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The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • A MAN’S a Man for a’ That, 555
  • Abbey Works—see Works
  • Ablett, C. A., on Direct-current Compared with Three-phase Current for Driving Steel works Plant, 521
  • Accidents,—Railway—see Railways
  • Acetylene, Use of, in U.S. Navy Yards during the War, Commander H. G. Knox, 164
  • Adamson, E., on Cast Iron in Theory and Practice, 73
  • Admiralty—see Ships, Naval Matters

AERONAUTICS:

  • See also Annual Article
  • Aerial Lighthouses, 500
  • Aeronautical Research Committee, Constitution, &c., 498 ; (Note), 237
  • Aeronautics and the State, 604
  • Aircraft Disposal, 452
  • Alleged Safety of Flight, 628
  • Aviation Ground Engineers, Examination for, 268
  • Development of Aerial Transport, Sir S. Brancker, 478
  • Effect of Size upon Performance of Rigid Airships, C. I. A. Campbell and C. H. May, 344
  • Engines—see also Engines and Motors
  • Evolution of the “ Heavier than Air ” Flying Machine, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 83 ; (Letters), 254, 272
  • Flight at High Altitudes, 520
  • Future of Aviation, 224 Paris Aviation Show, 37, 63
  • Commercial Aeroplanes, Caproni Triplane, Bleriot “Mammoth” Biplane, Breguet “Leviathan,” Caudron Aeroplane, “ Aeronovale ” Seaplane, 63, 64
  • Potez Sporting Aeroplane, 37
  • “ Propulseur-Trompe,” Monsieur F. Melot, 64 ; (Letters), 90, 189
  • Proposed Breguet Passenger Aeroplane with Enclosed Fuselage, 520
  • Railway Locomotives, Aeroplane Engines for, 293
  • Rigid Airship Performance, H. May and C. I. Campbell, 138
  • Vickers Viking Amphibious Aeroplane, 655
  • AGGLUTINATION—see Coal, &c.
  • Agricultural Exhibits at Darlington Show, 650, 654
  • Agricultural Motor Tractor Trials, 112, 113
  • Agricultural Tractors in France, 345
  • Ahrons, E. L., on W. Fairbairn and Sons, Manchester, 184 ; (Letter), 357
  • Ahrons, E. L., on Jones and Potts, Newton-le-Willows, 508
  • Ahrons, E. L., on Rothwell and Co., Bolton, 598
  • Air Compressor, Large Electrically Driven,
  • Bruce Peebles and Co., Limited, 482
  • Air Compressors, Motor-driven Geared, Broom and Wade, Limited, 98
  • Air Cooling of Engines—see Engines
  • Airships—see Aeronautics
  • Alcohol, Power, and Peat, 97
  • Aldwych Site, 64
  • Alignment Meter for Turbine Gearing, W. Eccles and Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 559
  • Alkins, W. B., on the Effect of Progressive Drawing upon the Physical Properties of Pure Copper, 319
  • Alloys—see Ternary Alloys and Zinc Alloys Almanacs and Diaries, 26
  • Alternating Current—see Electrical Matters Aluminium, Action of, on Hard Industrial
  • Waters, Dr. R. Seligman and Mr. P. Williams, 292
  • Aluminium Alloys, Light, Relationship between Specific Gravity and Composition of, B. W. Hales, 439 ; (Correction), 483
  • American Competition, Question of, 249

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS;

  • 87, 124, 584
  • American Locomotive, A 265-Ton D.C., 31
  • American Locomotive for Pulverised Fuel, 87 ; (Paragraph), 115
  • American One-Piece Guns, 584
  • Compounds Converted into Simple Locomotives, 87
  • Diesel-electric Equipment for a Yacht, 584
  • Pulverised Coal for a Central Station, 124
  • Steam Turbines, Limitations of, 124
  • Ton-coupled Shunting Engines, 584
  • Tests of Flexible Stay Bolts, 584
  • Timber 'I’roating Process, New, 124
  • AMERICAN Steam Car, Scott-Newcomb System, 648
  • Ammonium Nitrate, Railway Tank Wagon for Conveyance of, Leeds Forge Company, 176
  • Anchor Chains, Stresses in, 48
  • Anderson, J., on Dimensions of Cargo Steamers, 343
  • Andrew, Dr. J. H., and Others on the Effect of Initial Temperature upon the Physical Properties of Steel, 548
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: AERONAUTICS IN 1919, 5, 31 {Two-page Supplement, January 2nd, 1920) Airships, 6
  • Civil Aviation Abroad, 6
  • Civil Aviation in Great Britain, 5 Military Aeronautics, 6
  • Some Typical British Machines, 6
  • Aircraft Manufacturing Company, Limited, 32, 33
  • Airco and de Havilland Machines, 32, 33, 34
  • Alliance Aeroplane Company, Limited, 32, 33
  • Five-seater Biplane, 32
  • Two-seater Atlantic Type Biplane, 32, 33
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co., Limited, 34
  • Beardmore, William, and Co , Limited 35
  • Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Company, Limited, 34
  • Boulton and Paul, Limited, All-metal Two-seater P 10 Aeroplane, 34, 35
  • British Aerial Transport Company, Limited, 7
  • British and Colonial Aeroplane Company, Limited, 7, 31, 32, 33
  • Bristol “Babe,” 31, 32, 33
  • Bristol “Bullet,” 32
  • Bristol “Pullman” Triplane, 7, 8 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1920)
  • Bristol “Tourer ” Biplane, 31, 33
  • Bristol Two-seater Coup6, 7, 8 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1920)
  • English Electric Company, Limited, 35
  • Grahame-White Company, Limited, 34, 35
  • Five-seater Aero-limousine, 34, 35 Nine-seater Aero-limousine, 34, 35 Single-seater 80 H.P. Bantam Aeroplane, 32, 35
  • Handley Page, Limited, 7
  • Martinsyde, Limited, 34 .
  • Sopwith Aviation and Engineering Company, Limited, 34
  • Vickers Limited, 7
  • Westland Aircraft Works, 7
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: BRITISH RAILWAYS IN 1919, 4
  • Accidents, 5
  • Conciliation, 5
  • Congestion and Working, 5
  • Cost of Working the Railways, 5 Electrification, 5
  • Ministry of Transport, 4
  • Two Strikes, 4
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: DOCK AND HARBOUR UNDERTAKINGS, 68 Bristol, 68 East Coast, 68
  • Foreign Works, 69
  • Liverpool 68
  • London, Port of, 68
  • Scotland, 68
  • South Coast, 68
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1919, 8 I
  • Electric Driving, 8 ]
  • Electrical Equipment of Motor Cars, 9
  • Electric Vehicles, 9
  • Generating and Converting Plant, 9
  • Heating and Other Electrical Appliances, 8
  • Introduction, 8
  • Miscellaneous Users of Electricity in Factories, 9
  • Propaganda, 8
  • Railways, 10
  • Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, 9
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: IRON, STEEL, COAL AND ENGINEERING IN ’ 1919, 2, 29
  • From Armaments to Rolling Stock, 2 Other Developments, 2
  • Policy of Amalgamation, 2 Rise in Prices, 31
  • Shipbuilding, 30 Wise Move, 3 Year of Strikes, 31
  • Birmingham and the Midland Districts :
  • Bar Iron Shortage, 3
  • Some Innovations, 3 ‘
  • Lancashire, 3 North of England, 4
  • Scotland, 29
  • Sheffield, 29
  • Wales, 29
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: LOCOMOTIVES AND ROLLING STOCK IN 1919, 18 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1920)
  • Great Central, 18
  • Great Eastern, 19
  • Great Northern, 19
  • Great Western, 19
  • London and North-Western, 18
  • London and South-Western, 19 North-Eastern, 19
  • Scottish and Irish Railways, 19 South-Eastern and Chatham, 19
  • Rolling Stock, 19
  • Great Eastern, 20
  • Great Northern, 19
  • Metropolitan, 20
  • North British, 20
  • South-Eastern, 20
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: MARINE ENGINEERING IN 1919, 22
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: MERCHANT SHIPPING IN 1919, 14, 20 American Competition, 21 Auxiliary Schooners, 21 Belgium, 21
  • British Cargo Steamers, 21
  • British Passenger Steamers, 20
  • Concrete Ships, 21 France, 21
  • General Survey, 14, 21
  • Germany, 21
  • Holland, 21
  • Italy, 21
  • Japan, 21
  • Minor Craft, 21
  • Royal Dockyards, 21
  • Scandinavia, 21
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: METALLURGY IN 1919, 36
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1919, 16
  • France, 17
  • Great Britain, 16 {Supplement, January 2nd, 1920)
  • Italy, 17 Japan, 17 Minor Navies, 18 United States, 17
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: RAILWAY SPEED IN 1919, 59
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES: WATER SUPPLY AND SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1919, 10
  • Activated Sludge Process, 12
  • Contact Beds, 11 General Conditions, 10 Increase in Costs, 10 Insect Life on Sewage Filters, 11 Last of “ The Lakes ” Available ? II London Main Drainage, 10 Manchester’s Hawes Water Scheme, 11 Metropolitan Water Board, 11 Sewage Treatment and By-products Sheffield’s Novel Proposals, 11 War Work, 10
  • APOCHROMATIC Lenses, British, 86
  • Apprentices, Education and Training of, 254 Arc-welded Building Construction, Welded
  • Construction Company, 510 Arc-welding—see also Electrical Matters Arnold, J. D., on the Properties of Water- quenched Vanadium - Molybdenum High - speed Steel, 480
  • Art and Engineering, 477 Art of Reading, 605
  • Artillery Shells, Semi-steel for, 662

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS and SOCIETIES :

  • Association of Engineers, Manchester; British Blastfurnace Practice, W. H. Buckley, 246
  • Cast Iron in Theory and Ih’actice, E. Adamson, 73
  • Production Methods by the Ford Motor Company, Thomas Gor.st, 293
  • Uniflow Steam Engine, Henry Pilling, 454, ] 455, 480
  • Visit to Alfred Herbert’s Works, 632 Works Management and the Human Element, -H. Mensforth, 128 '
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:
  • Power* Station Design in Relation to Thermal
  • Pro-
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • Annual Meeting, 348, 473, 496, 521
  • Annual Meeting (Adjourned) at Sheffield, 547
  • British Blast-furnace Practice, K. Clements, 496
  • Brittleness in Nickel-Chrome and Other Steels, Dr. F. Rogers, 548 i
  • Carnegie Research Fund Awards, 521
  • Chromium Steels : Effect, of Heat Treatment : on Electrical Resistivity, Professor C. A. Edwards and A. L. Norbury, 547
  • Dinner and Conversazione, 498
  • Direct Current Compared with Three-phase Current for Driving Steel Works Plant, C. A. Ablett, 521
  • Distribution of Phosphorus in Steel Between the Points Ac 1 and Ac 3, J. H. Whiteley, 524
  • Economical and Thermal Conditions in Blast-furnace Practice, H. E. Wright, 496
  • Effect of Initial Temperature upon the Physical Properties of Steel, Dr. .1. H. Andrew and others, 548
  • Effect of Various Elements on Electrical Resistivity of Iron, A. L. Norbury, 548
  • Fifty Years of Progress in the Ferrous Industries, Presidential Address, Dr. J. E. Stead, 473, 496
  • Practical Notes on the Design and Treatment of Steel Castings, G. F. Preston, 524
  • Programme of Meetings, 348
  • Reduction of Silicon from the Slag in the Acid Open-hearth Process, B. Yaneske and G. A. Wood, 522
  • Slag Conditions in Open-hearth Basic Steelmaking Practice, J no. F. Wilson, 522
  • Some Defects in Electro-deposited Iron, W. E. Hughes, 523
  • Structural Constitution, Hardening and Tempering of High-speed Steel containing Chromium and Tungsten, Kotaro Honda and Takejiro Murakami, 548
  • Structure of Some Chromium Steels, J. H. G. Monypenny, 547
  • “The Ball Test,” A Note on. Dr. T. Baker and T. F. Russell, 523
  • Valuation of Ores and Iron-making Material, C. H. Ridsdale, 496
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • Timing Diesel Engine Valves, 1). P. Peel, 559
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Action of Aluminium on Hard Industrial Waters, Dr. R. Seligman and Mr. P. Williams, 292
  • Annual General Meeting, 229, 291, 318
  • Art of Casting in High-tensile Brass, J. Neil Maclean, 318
  • Copper, Commercially Pure, Effect of Progressive Drawing upon some Physical Properties of, W. B. Alkins, 319
  • Copper, Physical Properties of, Influence of Cokl Rolling on, F. Johnson, 319
  • Corrosion (committee, P'ifth Rejiort, 229, 26/, 292
  • Effect of Hydrogen on Copper, W. C. Hother- sail and E. L. Rhead, 319
  • Idiomorphic Crystals of Electro-tleposi ted Copper, W. E. Hughes, 319
  • Investigation on the Constitution of Alloy Systems, J. L. Haughton, 319
  • Model for Representing the Constitution of Ternary Alloys, Dr. Rosenhain, 319
  • I*olishing" and Etching of Zinc for Microexamination, H. H. Hayes, 319
  • Presidential Addres.s bv Admiral Sir G. Goodwin, 229, 268, 292
  • Programme and List of Pajicrs, 229
  • Removal of Internal Stress in 70 : 30 Brass by Low-temperature Annealing, H. Moore and S. Beckinsale, 318
  • Tin-Phosphorus Alloys, A. C. Vivian, 319
  • Zinc Alloys with Aluminium and (’opper. Dr. Rosenhain, Mr. J. L. Haughton and Miss K. Bingham, 319
  • Institute of Physics :
  • Foundation of, 488
  • Institute of Transport:
  • Committee on Inland Waterways Appointed, 584
  • Presidential Address, Sir Eric Geddes, Transport in Kelatiori to the State, 332
  • Some Railway Operating Problems, Major- General Sir H. W. Thornton, 5(>0 ; (Paragraph), 649
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers:
  • Air Cooling of Petrol Engines, A. H. Gibson, 173
  • Producer Gas for Motor Vehicles, 1). J. Smith, 122
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Fuel Conservation in the United Kingdom, “James Forrest” Lecture, Sir D. Clerk, 418
  • October Examinations, 1919, Pass List, 284
  • Pass List (Interim), April ICxaminations, 1920, 637
  • Registration Bill, 90; (Letters), 37, 174, 188, 254, 272, 293, 326, 357, 371, 395
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers
  • Debate on Distribution of Heat, Light and Motive Power by Gas and Electricity, Sir
  • D. Clerk, and Report on the Coal-gas and Electrical Supply Industries of the United Kingdom, Sir D. Clerk and Professors A. Smithells and J. IV. Cobb, 652
  • Failures of Turbo-generators and Suggestions for Improvements, J. Shepherd, 88
  • Note on Thermal Efliciency of Generation and Use of Gas ’and Electricity, Sir D. Clerk, 652
  • Protection of Alternating-current Systems, Major K. Edgcumbe, 200
  • Transformers for Electric Furnaces, J. L. Thompson, 147
  • Institution of Gas Engineers :
  • Report on Coal-gas and Electrical Supply Industries of the United Kingdom, Sir 1). Clerk, Professors A. Smithells and J. W. Cobb, 652
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  • Annual Dinner, 444
  • Annual General Meeting, 224, 271 Benevolent Fund, 488
  • Exact Data on the Performance of Mechanical Stokers as Applied to Lancashire or other Narrow-fluetl Boilers, D. Brownlie 316
  • Hardening of Screw Gauges, IV. J. Linohain- 318, 443
  • Hardness Testing of Metals, Sir Kobert Hadfield’s Prize. 527
  • of Water
  • M. Bergstrom, 110, 124, 146,
  • ^”®EnsfneePs^ County
  • Annual General Meeting, 525
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • Annual Meetings Programme, 280
  • Annual Report of the Council, 328
  • Balancing of Rotors and Determining the losition and Amonnt of the Balancing Weights, J. J. King-Salter, 369, 381
  • Committee’s Report on the Education and 1 raining of Apprentices, 254, 328
  • United.')
  • Conference, 328,
  • Effect of Size upon Performance of Rigid Airships, C. I. A. Campbell and C. H. May, 344
  • Effects of Holes, Cracks and Other Discontinuities in Ships’ Plating, Professor
  • E. G. (Joker and A. L. Kimball, 344
  • Experience and Practice in Mechanical Reduction Gear in Warships, Commander H. B. 'I'ostevin, 368, 405
  • Freeboard and Strength of Ships, Dr. J. Bruhn, 343
  • Further Notes on Dimensions of Cargo Steamers, J. Anderson, 343
  • German Submarines, A. W. Johns, 331
  • Our Economic Position as a Shipbuilding Country, Sir A. Yarrow, 342, 351 ; (Letter), 357
  • Stabilisation of Ships by Means of Gyroscopes, P. R. Jackson, 343, 344
  • Turbulent Fluid Motion and Skin Friction, Profes.sor H. Havelock, 369
  • A’awing of Ships and O.scillation Among Waves, D)’. K. Suyehiro, 344
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuildeps:
  • Bibliographical Papers, Novel Competition, 605 '
  • Observing Temperatures in Marine Propelling Installations, Maurice S. Gibb, 22’6
  • Standardisation of Ships’ Details, 599
  • Institution of Petroleum Technologists :
  • Spontaneous Ignition. Temperatures of Liquid Fuels, Harold Moore, 111
  • Institution, Royal:
  • Experimental Studies in the Liquid State, J^ectures, Sidney Skinner, 424, 444
  • Institution of Sanitary Engineers:
  • Summer Meeting in London, 614 ; Programme, 614
  • Institution of Water Engineers:
  • Summer General Meeting, Twenty-fifth, at Birmingham, 511
  • Societies, Faraday, Royal Microscopioal, Optical, and Photomicpographic:
  • A Symposium on the Microscope, 85 Metallurgy and Metallography, Dr. Rosenhain, 8(5
  • Metallurgy, Sir R. Hadfield on the Use of the Microscope as Applied to, 85
  • Metals, High-power Photomicrography of, Dr. F. C. Thompson, 86
  • Microscope : Its Design, Construction and .Application, A Symposium by the Faraday and Other Societies, 85
  • Microscope Manufacture, Papers by Conrad Beck, »T, Watson Baker ami Powell Swift, 86
  • Microscope, Petrological, The Requirements of a, Dr. J. W. Evans. 86
  • Microscopes, Mechanical Design of. Professor F. J. Cheshire, 85
  • Microscopes, Metallurgical, Construction and Design of. Dr. C. H. Desch, 86
  • Photomicrographs of Iron and Steel at High Magnification, Sir R. Hadfield and Mr. T. G. Elliott, 85, 86
  • Photomicrography of Metals, J. Monypenny, 86
  • Societies, Physical and Optical
  • Exhibition, Sheringham Daylight,
  • Optical Instruments, Wireless Apparatus, Pointolite Lamp, ('Oo Recorder, Testing Machines, 62
  • Some Polarisation Experiments, Professor F. J. Cheshire, 62
  • Use of Light in the Transmission and Reproduction of Speech, Professor A. O. Rankine, 62
  • Society of Chemical Industry :
  • Compounded Lubricating Oils, H. AL Wells and J. E. Southcombe, 145
  • MANCHESTER SECTION—
  • New Characteristic for Coal : The Agglutination Curve, Capt. F. S. Sinnott and Mr. A. Grounds, 167
  • Society of Engineers :
  • Registration of Engineers, 90 ; (Letters), 37, 174, 188, 254, 272, 293, 326, 357, 371
  • Society, Faraday:
  • Basic Slag, General Discussion, 373
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering:
  • Developments in Turbine Propulsion, Walker, 607
  • Manoeuvring and Reversing Rudders, Wall, 149
  • Report on Engineering Training, 90
  • Society, Royal:
  • Conversazione, 507
  • Sir Ernest Rutherford’s “ Bakerian ture,” 603
  • Society, Royal Aeronautical:
  • Paper by Sir Sefton Branckor, 478
  • Society, Royal, of Arts:
  • Commercial Application of Electrical Osmosis, J. S. Highfield and Others, 549
  • Society, Royal Meteorological:
  • Status of the Meteorological Office, 228
  • AUSTRALIA, Engineering Standards Association for, 374
  • Australian Notes, 218
  • Automatic Route Indicator, Silent Guide (’om- pany. Limited, 408
  • Automatic Train Control—see Railways
  • BAKER, Dr. T., and T. F. Russell, on the Bail Test, 523
  • Balancing of Rotors and Determining the Position and Amount of the Balancing Weights, J. J. King-Salter, 369, 381
  • Basic Slag, 373
  • Beam Engines—see Engines
  • Bearings, Multiple Spring Thrust, 271
  • Belgian Engineering Notes, 413, 463 Brussels Fair, 463
  • Engineering Exhibits, 463 Inflation of Prices, 413
  • Labour, 413 Reconstitution, 413
  • BENEDICKS, Carl, on Recent Progress Thermo-electricity, 617
  • Bergstrom, E. M., on Recent Advances ... Utilisation of Water Power, 110, 124, 146, 172, 271 ; (Random Re flection), 118
  • Bibliographical Papers, Competition, 605 B.S.A. Small Tools Works, 266, 274 Birmingham Water—see Water Supply Blast-fumaces—see Iron and Steel-
  • Boats—see Ships
  • Boiler Explosions, 93, 189 ; (Letters), 139
  • Boiler Tube Failure, T. G. Otley, 511
  • Boilers, Narrow-flued, Mechanical Stokers Applied to, D. Brownlie, 316, 379 ; (Letters), 395, 432, 445, 483, 499, 528, 552, 573
  • Boilers, Scotch, Superheater for, North- Eastern Marine Engineering Company, 256
  • Boilers, Steam, Oil-fired, on the Nari’agansett, ,
  • Boilers and Turbines of the Curraghmore—see Ships, London and North-Western Steamship
  • Books of Reference, 97, 255, 348, 448, 533, 633
  • Brass, High-tensile, Art of Casting in, J. N Maclean, 318
  • Brass, 70 : 30, Removal of Internal Stress in, by Low Temperature Annealing, H. Moore and S. Beckinsale, 318
  • Bridge Repairer's Device, 230
  • British Blast-furnace Practice, W. H. Buckley,
  • British Engineering Standards Association : I
  • Gears, Standardisation of, for Machine Tools* 217
  • New Nominations, 331
  • Ships’ Details, Standardisation of, 599
  • British Foundrymen’s Institution :
  • Research Association, 624
  • British Industries Fair, 215
  • British Non-ferrous Mining Industry, 552
  • British Railway Workshops in War Time, 426, 430, 568, 578
  • Brittleness—see Iron and Steel
  • Broaching Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Brownlie, D., on Performance of Mechanical Stokers as Applied to Lancashire Boilers, &c., 316, 379 ; (Letters), 395, 432, 445, 483, 499, 528, 552, 573
  • Bruhn, Dr. J., on Freeboard and Strength of Ships, 343
  • Buckley, W. H., on British Blast-furnace Practice, 246
  • Budget and the Engineer, 427
  • Building, Congress at Lyons on, 166
  • Building Construction, xArc-welded, Welded Construction Company, 510
  • Buildings, Heavy, Underpinning and Foundations of, 639
  • Burley, George, on the Cutting Power of Lathe Turning Tools. 12
  • CALCUTTA, Port of, The Hooghly and, 525
  • Calendars, 73, 104, 182, 230, 662
  • Camera for Use in Flooded Mines, Siebe, Gorman and Co., Limited, 658
  • Campbell, C. J. A., and C. H. May on the Effect of Size upon the Performance of Rigid Airships, 344
  • Canadian Patent Law, 482
  • Canadian Water Power Development, Possibilities of, Leo. G. Dennis, 365
  • Canal, Rhone-Rhine—see Swiss
  • Canals of France, 576
  • Carburetter, The Grace Type, 620
  • Casting in High-tensile Brass, J N. Maclean, 318
  • Catalogues, 26, 53, 73, 102, 130, 208, 234, 255, 438, 458, 488, 516, 564, 662
  • Caufourier, M.P., on the Theoiy of Tidal Power Stations, 372 ; (Letters), 432, 445, 483, 528
  • Caveat Emptor, 531
  • Cement, Iron Portland, E. H. Lewis, 496
  • Centrifugal Pelton Jet Deflector, P. W. Seewer, 583
  • Centrifugal Pump for Handling Tree Stumps, A. B. Wood, 445
  • Cheap Heat Power, 97
  • Chemical Composition, Specification of, 223 ; (Letter), 272 -
  • Cheshire, Professor F. J., on the Mechanical Design of Microscopes, 85
  • Choice of Materials, 531
  • Chromium—Iron and Steel
  • Civil Engineer’s’ Registration, 90 ; (Letters), 37, 174, 188, 254, 272, 293, 326, 357, 371, 395
  • Clements, F., on British Blast-furnace Practice, 496
  • Clerk, Sir Dugald, on Coal Conservation in the United Kingdom, 418, 428 ; (Letters), 445, 498
  • Clerk, Sir Dugald, on Distribution of Heat. Light and Motive Power by Gas and Electricity, 652
  • Clerk, Sil’ D., and Others, Report on Coal Gas and Electrical Supply Industries of United Kingdom, 652

COAL, COKE. AND COLLIERIES:

  • Aero Pulveriser, Powdered Fuel Plant Company, Limited 306
  • Agglutinating Value of Coals, Capt. F. S. Sinnett and Mr. A. Grounds, 167
  • Coal Conservation in the United Kingdom, Sir Dugald Clerk, 418, 428 ; (Letter), 445
  • Coal Dust and Fusain, 525
  • Colliery Headworks, 305
  • Colliery Waraings, 532
  • Colloidal Fuel and Pulverised Coal Engines J. G. Robinson, 429
  • Fuel Research Board’s Report, 421, 428 : (Letters), 445, 498, 499
  • Large Waste of Coal, 377 ; (Letters), 395, 432, 445
  • Pas de Calais and Nord Coalfields, 352
  • Saar Coal Mining and its Relations to Franco, 572
  • COFFERDAM in India, of Railway Metal, 241 Coker, Professor E. G., and Mr. A. L. Kimball on the Effects of Holes, Cracks, and other Discontinuities in Ships’ I’lating, 344 Colloidal Fuel—see Coal
  • Commercial Application of Electrical Osmosis, J. S. Highfield and Others, 549
  • Compass, Gyroscopic, A Non-mathematical Treatment,* 55, 81, 105, 136, 160, 190, 210, 242 ; (Letters), 140, 357, 395
  • Compressors—see Air Compressors
  • Concrete—see Reinforced
  • Condenser Tubes, Corrosion of, 267 Conference of Manufacturers and Producers, 145 Congress on Building at Lyons, 166
  • Conjoint Board of Scientific Societies, Report, 424
  • Contracts, 102, 130, 180, 284, 362, 388, 516, 544, 612, 662
  • Copper, Effect of Hydrogen on, W. C. H other sail and JE. L. Rhead, 319
  • Copper, Physical Properties of. Effect of Progressive Drawing upon, W. B. Atkins, 319
  • Copper, Physical Properties of, Influence of Cold Rolling on, F. Johnson, 319
  • Corrosion Committee—see Institute of Metals Corrosion, Prevention of, in Locked-coil Wire
  • Rope, (i. Cradock and Co., 656
  • Craft for Canals, &c.—see Ships
  • Cranes, Electric Jib, at Dovei* Harbour, Babcock and Wilcox, Limited, 111, 116
  • Crude Oil Engine—see Engines
  • Cruisers—-see Ships
  • Crystal Palace, Engineering Exhibits at, 621 Cutting Tools—see Machine 'Pools
  • DAMS, Hydraulicallv Constructed, Allen Hazen, 583
  • Dennis, Leo G., on the Possibilities of Canadian Water Powex* Development, 365
  • Destroyers—see Ships
  • Development of Locomotive Gear—see Locomotives
  • Development of Motor Lifeboat—see Ships d’Eyncourt, Sir Eustace, on H.M.S. Hood, 92, 93, 313, 314, 315, 316, 324, 330 [Four-page Supplement, March ’Z^th, 1920)
  • Diesel Engines—see Engines
  • Dock Extensions, Ipswich, 114
  • Dockyard, Rosyth, 632
  • Dorada Ropeway in Colombia, Ropeways, Limited, 504, 511 ; (Letters), 552, 572, 597o
  • Dough-kneading Machine, Branca’s Illustration of, 162, 163
  • Dredger, Suction, Kaione, for New Zealand, 373
  • Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Driving Piles through Ice, 533
  • Dry Galvanising Plant, Sherardising, 510
  • Dunlop, James, on the Development of Locomotive Valve Gear, 618
  • Dynamometer Cars—see Railways

ELECTRICAL MATTERS

  • (missing lines)
  • Powell and Hamner Dynamo, Switchboard and Cut-out, 366
  • Starting Motors, C. A. Vandervelle and Co., Brolt Company, Lucas Electrical Company, 403, 404
  • Osmosis, Electrical, Commercial Application of, J. S. Highfield and Others, 549
  • Pointolite 500 Candle-power Lamp, 62
  • Power Station Design in Relation to Thermal Efficiency, J. V. Robinson, 655
  • Power Supply to Factories, 556 ; (Letter), 573
  • Protection of Alternating-current Systems, Major K. Edgcumbe, 200
  • Railways—see Railways
  • Recent Progress in Thermo-electricity, Carl Benedicks, 617
  • Shawinigan Falls Electric Power Plant, 549 Small Electric Motors and their Manufacture, Scholey and Co., Limited, 328, 329
  • Switzerland, Electrification Work in, 69, 581 Thermal Efficiency of the Generation and Use of Gas and Electricity, Sir D. Clerk, 652 'J.’hury High-tension Direct-current System, Lieut.-Col. D. Selby-Bigge on, 521
  • 'Transformers for Electric Furnaces, J. T.,. Thompson, 147
  • ELECTRONS and the Engineer, 603 ; (Letter), 633

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Internal Combustion Engines:

  • Aeroplane Engines for Railway Locomotives, 293
  • Air Cooling of Petrol Engines, A. H. Gibson, 173
  • Beardmore, 120 B.H.P. Four-cylinder, Two- cycle, Hot Bulb Engine, 347
  • Bolnes Dutch Hot Bulb Engine, A. R. Brown 320
  • British “ Twin-six ” Motor Car Engine, W. L. Adams, 252
  • Brooke’s 3 H.P. Two-cycle Engine and 28 H.P. Six-cylinder Engine for Motor Boats, 320, 321
  • Cammellaird-Fullagar Diesel Engine, 107, 132 {'I'wQ-page. Supplement, February Qth, 1920)
  • Day Motor Company’s Two-cycle Engines, 320
  • Detachable or Outboard Motors at Olympia, 347
  • Double-acting Marine Diesel Engine, German, 352
  • Duplex Sleeve Valve Stationary Engine, British Commercial Lorry and Engineering Company, 346
  • Four-cylinder Hot Bulb Heavy Oil Engine, W. H. Allen, Son and Co., Limited, 278, 279
  • Gleniffer Six-cylinder Motor Boat Engine, 320, 321
  • H.M. Monitor Marshal Ney, Engines of, 358
  • Hydraulic Propulsion for Launch, Gill Propeller Company, 346, 347
  • Lubrication of Diesel Engines, Harold Moore, 525
  • Marine Engines of 1850-1852, greaves and Co., 644, 645
  • Marine and Stationary Engines 302, 320, 34o
  • Marshall 16 B.H.P. Portable Oil 654
  • Fishing Boat Engine, Caledonian Engineering Company, 302
  • Watermota, Detachable Boat Motor, W. D. Fair and Co., 346, 347
  • Werkspoor Diesel Engines for the Salerno 446, 447, 450

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Steam Engines :

  • Old Beam Engine, Joseph Taylor, 571 ; (Letters), 597, 633
  • Tractor Engine, The Peterborough, at Darlington Show, 650, 654
  • Uniflow Steam Engines, Galloways Limited, 454, 455, 480
  • Willans Line, Alexander Jude, 545
  • ENGINEER and the Metallurg:st, 300 Engineering Exhibits at the Crystal Palace, 621 Engineering, Links in the History of, Rhys
  • Jenkins, 162, 519
  • Engineering Standards Association for Australia, 374
  • Engineering Standards—see also British, &c.
  • Engineering Training, Liverpool Engineering Society’s Report, 90
  • Engraving and Profiling Machine, T. Cooke and Sons, Limited, 630, 631
  • Equal Opportunities, 579 Erosion of Guns, H. E. Wheeler, 657 Evaluation of Unital Strain in Tensile Tests, 506 Evolution of the “ Heavier than Air ” Flying
  • Machine, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 83 ; (Letters), 254, 272

EXHIBITIONS.

  • British Industries Fair, 215
  • Motor Boat and Marine and Stationary ? Engine Exhibition, 302, 320, 345
  • Overseas Touring Exhibitions, 322 Physical and Optical Societies, 62
  • Sheringham Artificial Daylight, Pointolite 500 Candle-power Lamp, Electrical COg Recorder, Humphrey Notched-bar Testing Machine, Various Electrical and Optical Instruments and other Exhibits, 62
  • EXHIBITS, Engineering, at the Crystal Palace, 621
  • Experience, &c., in Mechanical Reduction Gears —see Mechanical
  • Experimental Studies in the Liquid State, Sidney Skinner, 424, 444
  • Explosions, Boiler, 93 ; (Letters), 139, 189 Export Problem of the German Engineering Industry, 296
  • FABRICS, Strength of, 452
  • Factories, Power Supply to, 556 ; (Letter), 573
  • Failures of Turbo-generators. &c.. J. Shepherd, 88, 94
  • Fairbairn—see Histories
  • Fairs—see Exhibitions
  • Fatigue, Industrial, 658
  • Federated Malay Railways—see Railways Federation of British Industries
  • National Conference of Manufacturers and Producei’s, 145, 171
  • Ferrous Industries—see Iron and Steel
  • Filter Presses for Removal of Paraffin Wax from Petroleum, Geo. Fletcher and Co., 121
  • Filtration Plant—see Water Supply
  • Fire Floats, Merryweather and Sons, Limited, 396, 397, 400
  • Fire, Protection of Wooden Bridges from, 448 Firms—see Histories of
  • Fishguard Harbour, Improvements at, 597 Floors for Railway Underbridges, 391, 416 Flymg—see Aeronautics
  • Forge Hammer—see Hammer
  • Forging and Stamping Plant at Abbey Works, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 422 (Two-paje Supplement, April 23rd, 1920)
  • Forrest, James, Lecture by Sir Dugald Clerk on Fuel Conservation in the United Kingdom, 418, 428
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 28, 54, 80, 104, 130, 156, 182, 208, 236, 262, 286, 312, 338, 364, 388, 414,438, 464, 490, 518, 544, 566, 590, 614, 638, 664
  • Foundry—see Works
  • France, Canals of, 576
  • France, Economic Position of, 144

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES:

  • 27, 53, 79, 103, 129, 155, 181, 207, 235, 261, 285, 311, 337, 363, 387, 437, 489, 517, 543, 565, 589, 613, 637, 663
  • Advanced Prices, 27
  • Advancing Prices, 285
  • Anglo-French Tr^e, 363
  • Automatic Locomotive Signals, 437 Aviation, 155
  • British Capital, 363
  • Brussels Fair, 387
  • Canals, 613
  • Cession of Arsenals, 637
  • Coal Crisis, 27
  • Coal Shortage, 129
  • Coal Supplies, 53, 613
  • Commercial Entente, 337
  • Compulsory Arbitration, 311 Concrete Tugs, 103
  • Consumers’ Union, 79
  • Co-operation, 181 Developing Exports, 589 Eight Hours’ Day, 663 Electrical Distribution 311
  • Electrification Programme, 437 Encouraging Exports, 207
  • Exchange Rate, 155
  • Export Problems, 285
  • Fiscal Reforms, 181
  • Five Battleships, 103
  • Floods and Forestry, 53 Foreign Trade, 53, 79, 489
  • Franco-Swiss Combine, 261
  • Freights, 129
  • Fuel Economy, 663
  • German Trade, 589
  • Growing Imports, 155
  • Harbour Works, 27
  • Havre Pipe Line, 103
  • Import Restrictions, 387
  • Improved Prospects^ 589 industrial Difficulties, 285
  • Inland Waterways, 207
  • International Chamber of Commerce, 565 International Trade, 437
  • International Trade Conference, 517 International Transit, 337
  • Iron Ore, 613
  • Labour, 181
  • Machinery, 337
  • Marseilles Metropolitan, 311
  • Merchant Shipping, 207, 261, 637 Metallic Coaches, 181
  • Miners’ Strike, 311
  • Miners’ Strikes, 337
  • Moulders’ Strike, 103 Municipal Laboratory, 53
  • Naval Construction, 663
  • New Industries, 129
  • New Union, 207
  • Oil Fuels, 129, 662
  • Paris Fair, 543
  • Paris Mart, 79
  • Pechelbronn Oil, 27 Phosphates in Morocco, 517
  • Pig Iron Exports, 565
  • Production, 235
  • Prohibited Imports, 489, 637
  • Public Services, 337
  • Railway Accident, 181
  • Railway Organisation, 261, 565
  • Railway Situation, 387
  • Railwaymen’s Strike, 261, 285, 489, 517
  • Research Committee, 235
  • Seine Works, 79
  • Sheets, 663
  • Shipping, 517
  • Situation, The, 103
  • Stagnation, 363
  • Standardisation, 637
  • Strasbourg River Shipbuilding Company, 337
  • Street Paving, 235
  • Strike Agitation, 543
  • Strike Collapse, 565
  • Strike Effects, 489
  • Strike Failure, 517
  • Tractors, 613
  • Trade with Belgium, 27
  • Wagon Orders, 155
  • War Profits, 437
  • War Tax, 235
  • FUEL, Colloidal—see Coal
  • Fuel Economy, C. E. Stromeyer, 61
  • Fuel Research Board’s Report, 421 428 ?
  • (Letters), 445, 498, 499, 552 ’
  • Fuel—see also Coal
  • Fuels, Motor Price of, 245, 249
  • Furnaces, Electric—see Electrical Matters
  • GAS—see Producer Gas
  • Gas Cylinders, 363 ; (Letter), 395
  • Gas and Electricity, Heat, Light and Motive
  • Power by, Sir D. Clerk, 652
  • Gas and Electrical Supply Industries of the
  • United Kingdom, Sir D. Clerk and Others, 652 Gas Engines—see Engines
  • Gauges, Position, Their Jigs, Construction, and
  • Calculations, A. G. Robson, 157
  • Gauges, Precision, and their Jigs, A G. Robson, 574, 575
  • Gauges, Screw, Hardening of, W. J. Lineham, 318, 443 ; (Letters), 499, 573, 597
  • Gear, Ships —see Ships
  • Geared Marine Turbines, 477, 559
  • Geddes, Sir Eric, on Transport in Relation to the State, 325, 332
  • Generators—see Electrical Matters
  • German Engineering Industry, Export Problem of the, 296
  • German Industries, Association of, 493—see also Labour
  • German Instruments, Captured, 63
  • German Naval Construction—see Ships German Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • German Workers’ Council Law, 356 Germany, Industrial Works Councils in, 169 Gibb, Maurice S., on Observing Temperatures in Marine Propelling Installations, 226
  • Gibson, A. H., on the Air Cooling of Petrol Engines, 173
  • Glass Production, British, 85
  • Glassware, Scientific, Volumetric Testing of, 197
  • Goodwin, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir G., on Use of Non-ferrous Metals in Warships, 268, 292, 300
  • Government Instructional Factory at Twickenham, 621
  • Greenwich, Royal Observatory, 606
  • Grenade, Hand, Mills’, Manufacture at Brighton Works of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 568, 578
  • Grinders—see Machine Tools
  • Gyroscopes—see Ships
  • Gyroscopic Compass : A Non-mathematical
  • Treatment, 55, 81, 105, 136, 160, 190, 210, 242 ; (Letters), 140, 357, 395
  • HADFIELD, Sir K., and Mr. T. G. Elliott, on Photomicrographs of Iron and Steel at High Magnification, 85, 86
  • Hales, B. W., on the Relationship between Specific Gravity and Composition of Light Aluminium Alloys, 439 ; (Correction), 483 Hammer, Steam, James Nasmyth, 287 Hammer, Utility Forge, Sullivan Machinery Company, 202
  • Harbour Development, Langstone, 621 Hardness Testing of Metals, Sir R. Hadfield’s
  • Prize, 527
  • Hardening of Screw Gauges, W. J. Lineham, 318, 443, 478 ; (Letters), 499, 573, 597
  • Hauenstein Tunnel, 255 ; (Letters), 572 Havelock, Professor T. H., on Turbulent Fluid Motion and Skin Friction, 369
  • Hayes, H. V., Report on Submarine Signalling, 491
  • Heat Engineering, Recent Changes of Ideas Concerning, Professor Middleton Smith and A. G. Warren, 569, 592, 615
  • Hick, Hargreaves—see Histories
  • Highfield, J. S., and Others, on the Commercial
  • Application of Electrical Osmosis, 549 High-service Reservoir—see Reservoir Historica Society for Engineering and Technology, 600, 605
  • Histories, Short, of Famous Firms, 84, 85, 184, 287, 508, 598, 644, 645 ; (Letters), 140, 357 History of Engineering, Links in the, Rhys Jenkins, 162, 519
  • History, Uses of, 224
  • Holland, Electrification of, 557
  • Hooghly and Port of Calcutta, 525
  • Hot Bulb Engines—see Engines
  • Hothersall, W. C., and E. L. Rhead, on the
  • Effect of Hydrogen on Copper, 319
  • Hughes, W. E., on Some Defects in Electrodeposited Iron, W. E. Hughes, 523
  • Hydraulic Jack Made from Shells, Major W. H. Smith, 576
  • Hydraulically Constructed Dams, Allen Hazen 583
  • ICE, Driving Piles through, 533
  • Imperial Mineral Resources, 401
  • Increased Production, Government Committee, • 355 »
  • Indian Jute Mills, 111
  • Indian Railway Administration Report, 304 Industrial Administration, Institute of, Mr.
  • Powell’s Lecture, 509, 528, 531, 552, 584
  • Industrial Fatigue, 658
  • Industrial League and Council Dinner, 552 Industrial Works Councils in Germany, 169 Industry and National Policy, 171 Institutions—see Associations, &c.
  • Instructional Factory at Twic :enham. Government, 621
  • Inter-Imperial Wireless Communication, 280 Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines Internal Stress in 70 : 30 Brass, Removal of by Low Temperature Annealing, H. Moore and S. Beckinsale, 318 *
  • International Electrotec linical Commission, Brussels Meeting, 412
  • International Railway Association, 549
  • Ipswich Dock Extensions, 114

IRON AND STEEL:

  • Ball Test, A Note on, by Dr. T. Baker and T. F. Russell, 523
  • Blast-furnace Practice, British, W. H. Buckley, 246
  • Blast-furnace Practice, Ikitish, F. Clements, 496
  • Brittleness in Nickel-chrome and Other Steels, Dr. F. Rogers, 548
  • Cast Iron in 'fheory and Prac’tice, E. Adamson, 73
  • Associations
  • Iron and Steel Production in 1919, 98
  • Ore Discoveries in Switzerland, 348
  • Photomicrographs of Iron and Steel at High Magnification, Sir R. Hadfield and Air. T. G. Elliott, 85, 86
  • Pig Iron and Steel Production, 198
  • Properties of Water Quenched Vanadium- Molybdenum High-speed Steel, J. D. Arnold, 480
  • Reduction of Silicon from the Slag in the Acid Open-hearth Process, B. Yaneske and G. A. Wood, 522
  • Reorganisation of the German Steel Industry; 223
  • Science and the Iron and Steel Institute, 505 Semi-steel for Artillery Shells, 662
  • Slag Conditions in Open-hearth Basic Steel- making Practice, Jno. F. Wilson, 522
  • Some Defects in Electro-deposited Iron, W. E. Hughes, 523
  • Steel Castings, 169
  • Structural Constitution, &c., of High-speed Steel containing Chromium and Tungsten, Kotaro Honda and I'akejiro Murakami, 548
  • Structure of Some Chromium Steels, J. H. G. Monypenny, 547
  • Valuation of Ores and Tronmaking Alaterial, C. H. Ridsdale, 496
  • IRRIGATION and Cotton Growing in Mesopotamia. 133
  • JACK, Hydraulic, W. H, Smith, 570
  • Jackson, P. R., on Stabilisation of Ships by Means of Gyroscopes, 343, 344
  • Jenkins, Rhys, on Links in the History of Engineering, 162, 519
  • -Jigs an(l Gauges for Manufacture of Precision Gauges, A. G. Robson, 574, 575
  • .Jigs for Making Position Gauges, A. G. Robson, 157
  • Johns, A. W., on German Submarines, 331 Johnson, F., Influence of Cold Rolling on the
  • Physical Properties of Copper, 319
  • Jones and Potts—sec Histories Jude, Alexander, on the Willans Line, 545
  • KEARTON, W. .L, on Pinions and Shafts for Double Helical Gears, 180
  • Kelvin Warming Machine and the Domestic Fire, 428 ; (Letters), 445, 499
  • King-Salter, J. J., on the Balancing of Rotor?, &c., 369, 381
  • Knox, Commander H. G., on the Use of Acetylene in United States Navy Yards during the War, 164
  • Kotaro Konda and Takejiro Murakami on the
  • Structural Constitution, &c..
  • Steel Containing 548
  • LABORATORIES, States, 229
  • LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES, AND WAGES QUESTIONS:
  • Association of German Industries, 493 Education of Young Workers, 348
  • German Workers’ Council Law, 356 Industrial Fatigue, 658
  • Labour Cost in Germany, 502
  • Organisation of Payment by Results, J. E.
  • Powell, 609, 528, 531, 552, 584, 600, 637, 656
  • Railwaymen’s Wages, 604, 633
  • Railway Rates, Wages and Methods, 41 Sympathy and Output, Sir A. Yarrow’s Views, 342, 351 ; (Letters), 357, 371
  • The Moulders, 117
  • Wages in the Engineering Trades, 293
  • Works Alanagement and the Human Element, H. Mensforth, 128
  • LAMPS, Electric—see Electrical Matters Langstone Harbour Development, 621 Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 114, 156, 236 ‘’6-> . 312, 462, 490, 518, 566, 584, 612, 637 ; (Co^l rection), 277

LEADERS:

  • 1919—A Retrospect, 15
  • “ A Man’s a Man for a’ That,” 555
  • Aeronautics and the State, 604
  • Aircraft Disposal, 452
  • Alleged Safety of Flight, 628
  • Art and Engineering, 477
  • Art of Reading, 605
  • Asynchronous Generator for Power Supply.
  • Boiler Explosions, 93
  • Budget, The, and the Engineer, 427
  • Caveat Emptor, 631
  • Choice of Materials, 531
  • Colliery Warnings, 532
  • Control of Water Supplies, 42
  • Current Tendencies in Naval Design, 427
  • Development of Aerial Transport, 478
  • Districting the Railways, 627
  • Dreadnoughts and Docks, 143
  • Economic Position of France, 144
  • Effects of British Gunfire at Jutland, 195
  • Electric Ignition, 451
  • Electrons and the Engineer, 603
  • Engineer and the Metallurgist, 300
  • Equal Opportunities, 579
  • Evolution of Unital Strain in Tensile Tests 506
  • Future of Aviation, 224
  • Geared Marine Turbines, 477
  • German Steel Industry, 505
  • H.M.S. Hood, 93
  • Historical Society, 605
  • Imperial Mineral Resources, 401
  • Industrial Works Councils in (Germany, 169
  • Kelvin Warming Machine and the Domestic Fire, 428
  • Large Waste of Coal, 377
  • London County Council Tramways, 275
  • Merchant Shipbuilding in Royal Dockyards, 275
  • Metals and Time, 325
  • Ministry of Transport, 651
  • Moulders, The, 117
  • Naval Policy, 299
  • Pas-de-Calais and Nord Coalfields, 352
  • Petrol Report, 249
  • Power Supply to Factories, 556
  • Privately Owned Wagon Census, 195 Question of American Competition, 249 Railway Policy, 378
  • Railwaymen’s Wages, 604
  • Railway Rates, Wages and Methods, 41
  • Railways and the State, 325
  • Reorganisation of the German Steel Industry, 222
  • Science and the Iron and Steel Institute, 505
  • Science in Schools, 67
  • Shipbuilding Position, 143
  • Shock and Fatigue, 451
  • Specification of Chemical Composition, 223
  • Stability of Motor Omnibuses, 401
  • Steel Castings, 169
  • Still Awaiting the Railway Policy, 555 Strength of Fabrics, 452
  • Sympathy and Outjwt, 351
  • University Degrees and the Imperial College, 579
  • Uses of History, 224
  • Water Cooling for Turbo-generators, 94 Welds and Welding, 651
  • Working of German Railways, 117
  • LETTER, An Interesting, 198

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

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  • Heavier-than-Air Flying Machine, Alec Ogilvie, 254 ; C. F. Dendy Marshall, 272
  • Human Stream, H. Addison, 272, 327 ; E. R. Briggs, 293
  • Influence and Progr^s, Beta, 445
  • Large Waste of Coal, D. Brownlie, 395 ; Jas.
  • Dunlop, 432—see also Steam Boiler r Efficiency
  • Light Aluminium Alloys, B. W. Hales, 483 Locomotive, Mr. Dendy Marshall’s—see Racing
  • London Matriculation Examination, Engineer, 371 ; A. Price, 395
  • Metallurgical Research, T. Turner, 528
  • Missing Links in the History of the Locomotive, Jas. Dunlop, 38, 217 ; C. R. K., 61
  • Motor Car Radiator, &c.. Victory Pipe Joint Company, 528
  • New Locomotive Firms, Railway Engineer. 38
  • Nitrogen Products Committee’s Report, British Oxygen Company, Limited, 175
  • Oil in Boilers and Turbines, Belliss and Morcom, 140
  • Old Locomotive Firms, R. R. Miller, 38 Past and Present Crewe Mon, R. Terrell, 38 Patent Office Library, A. M. Bushell, 217 Payment by Results—The Dangers of Collective Systems, J. E. Powell, 89, 357 ; E. M. Howe, 271
  • Piston Valves v. “ D ” Valves, H. L. Senior, 552 ; B. Billingham, 573
  • Price of Copper Tubes, G. A. Muntz, 552 Propulsion of Aeroplanes, J. Walmsley, 90 ; H. F. Melot, 189
  • Racing Locomotive, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 217, 272, 357 ; E. C. Poultney, 255, 327, 395 ; F. W. Brewer, 327 ; H. H., 357
  • Railway Speeds, W. B. Thompson, 633 Salaries in India, R. P., 61
  • Scandalous Waste of Coal, A. S. E. Ackerman, 38
  • Slot and Crank Motion, H. J. T., 432
  • Smithsonian Rocket and the World, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 90
  • Specification of Chemical Composition, C. H. Ridsdale, 272
  • Stability of Motor Omnibuses, H. G. Lester, 432
  • Steam Boiler Efficiency, Jas. Dunlop, 432, 483, 499, 552 ; D. Brownlie, 445 ; W. H. Casmey, 483, 528, 573
  • Sympathy and Output, Clydesider, 371
  • Tidal Power, Author of the Article, 293; Geo. T. Pardoe, 293 ; Jas. R. Brooks, 293 ; J. W. Meares, 483
  • Tidal Power, Theory of, W. T. Taylor, 432 ; Geo. T. Pardoe,. 445, 528
  • Timing Diesel Engine Valves, W. Green, 597 'Trevithick and the Merthyr Tydvil Railway, W. T. Anderson, 573
  • Trisection of an Angle, M. F. Fitzgerald, 38, 255 ; Ing. Camillo Manzitti, 90 ; J. W. Reading, 175 ; J. G. Callinan, 175, 217 ; G. N. Watson, 189; Jno. B. Chambers, 216; J. Williams, 216; H. R. Kempe, 216 ; N. C. Bridge, 272 ; H. A. Dibdin, 395 'Prisection of a Certain Angle, A. S. Field, 90 ; M. F. Fitzgerald, 140
  • University College War Memorial, Gregory Foster and Others, 357
  • Vulcan Foundry, Rhys Jenkius, 140
  • Water Power, Development of. Prior Lieu, 528
  • Wear of Wagon Journals, S. R. C. Fraser, 38 Wild-Barfield Process, Automatic and Electric Furnaces, JJmited, 499, 597 ; R. E. Crompton, 573
  • Woman Engineer, V. Key Jones, 61
  • LEWIS, E. H., on Iron Portland Cement, Liege District, Reconstruction Work in. Lifeboats—see Ships
  • Lighthouses, Aerial, 500
  • Lindsay, F. E., on Measuring an Involute
  • Gear from the True Pitch Cone, 581
  • Lineham, W. J., on the Hardening of Screw Gauges, 318, 443, 478; (Letters), 499, 573, 597
  • Links in the History of Engineering, Rhys Jenkins, 162, 519
  • Liquid Fuels, Spontaneous Ignition Temperatures of, Harold Moore, 111
  • Liquid State, Experimental Studies in, Sidney Skinner, 424, 444

LITERATURE: Reviews:

  • Ball Hardness Tost, Ing. Francesco Figari, 453
  • Coal Analysis, Bulletin No. 4, Lancashire and Cheshire Coal Research Association, F. G. Sinnatt, 353
  • Coal Mining and the Coal Miner, H. F. Bulman, 479, 506
  • Die Zwei Weisson Volker, Georg von Hase Koehler, 183, 209, 238, 263
  • Hot Bulb Oil Engines and Suitable Vessels, Walter Pollock, 225
  • Iron Bacteria, D. Ellis, 453, 478
  • Jane’s Fighting Ships, 1919, 428
  • Land Drainage : From Field to Sea, C. H. J. Clayton, 225, 353
  • Mathematical Theory of Electricity, Treatise on, A. E. H. Love, D.Sc., 379
  • Modern Road Construction, F. Wood, 507, 580
  • Modern Roads, H. P. Boulnois, 22. 532
  • Motor Vehicles and their Engines, E. S. Fraser and R. B. Jones, 225
  • Patents, Designs and Trade Marks Acts, H. F. Moulton and J. H. Evans-Jackson, 556, 605
  • Realities of Modern Science, An Introduction, &c., John Mills, 301
  • Storage Battery Practice, R. Rankin, 95
  • Tanks in the Great War, 1914^1918, Brevet- Colonel J. F. C. Fuller, 429, 628
  • The Times Survey Atlas of the World, Part I., 73
  • Thermodynamics for J^ngineers, Sir Alfred Ewing, 653
  • Thompson, Silvanus Phillips : His Life and Letters, J. S. and H, G. Thompson, 452

LITERATURE: Short Notices:

  • Abrasives and Abrasive Wheels, F. B. Jacobs, 479, 507
  • Aerodvnamics, Applied, G. P. Thomson, 507, 533'
  • Aeroplane Design, Theory and Practice of, S. T. G. Andrews and S. F. Benson, 379
  • All About Anthracite, A. L. Summers, 379
  • Boiler Feed Water : Effects, Treatment, and Analysis, P. G. Jackson, 453, 479
  • Case for Capitalism, Hartley Withers, 507, 580
  • Costing Problem, E. T. Elbourne, 22, 379 Dyeing Industry, S. H. Higgins, 379
  • Electric Power Transmission, Alfred Still, 353
  • Engineering Draughtsman, E. Howarth, 429, 507
  • Forests, Woods, and Trees in Relation to Hygiene, Augustine Henry, 507, 605
  • Foster’s Pocket Reference Books, Mrs. Frank Foster, 301
  • Glass Manufacture, Walter Hosenhain, 73
  • Heat and Heat Engines, Examples in, T. Peel, 22, 379
  • Indicator Handbook, C. N.* Pickworth, 581, 605
  • Industry and Finance (Supplementary Volume), Adam W. Kirkaldy, 453, 507
  • Labour Difficulties and Suggested Solutions, W. J. Deeley, 479, 580
  • Machine Drawing for Electrical Engineers, Text-book on, Edward Blythe, 507, 533
  • Metallography, Principles of, Robert S. Williams, 429
  • Metals in Aircraft Construction, Wilfred Hanby, 533, 605
  • Mineralogy of the Rarer Metals, E. Cahen , and W. O. Wooton, 453
  • Modern llluminants and Illuminating Engineering, Leon Gaster and J. S. Dow, 353
  • Molesworth’s Pocket Book of Engineering Formula, 1919, 73
  • Ozone, E. K. Rideal, 653
  • Pyrometry, C. R. Darling, 653
  • Rectangular Areas, 429
  • Scientific Factory Management, A. D. Denning, 22, 353
  • Standard Rubber Tires for British Standard Rims, 453
  • Steamship Coefficients, Speeds and Powers C. F. A. Fyfe, 533, 605
  • Steel Works Analysis, J. O. Arnold and T. Ibbotson, 43, 353
  • Talks with Workers on Wealth, Wages and Production, 429 507
  • Use of Low-grade and Waste Fuels for Power Generation, J. B. C. Kershaw, 453
  • Waterproofing Engineering, Joseph Ross, 301 Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, H. M. Dowsett, 533
  • Wireless Transmission of Photographs, M. J. Martin, 507, 533
  • Wiring Rules of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, &c., 173
  • Zinc and its Alloys, T. E. Lones, 301

LITERATURE: Books Received:

  • Aeronautics, Elementary, A. P. Thurston, 479 Aircraft in Peace and the Law, J. H. Spaight, 479
  • Airman’s International Dictionary, Lieut. M. M. Dander, 453
  • Algebra for Engineering Students, G. S. Eastwood and J R. Fielden, 429
  • All the World’s Aircraft, 1919, C. J. Grey, 184 Alternating-current Work, A. Shore, 225 Architects’ and Surveyors’ Diary foi’ 1920^ Mark Waterlow, 225
  • Asbestos and the Asbestos Industry, A Leonard Summers, 22
  • Aviation Pocket-book for 1919-20, R. B. Matthews, 479
  • Book-keeping and Business Map, H. Pieen, 453
  • Bradford (chamber of Commerce Year book, 1919, 43
  • British Trade with Brazil, Arthur Abbott, 453 Briton in Flanders : Pocket Interpreter E. V. Bisschop, 145
  • Calculating Diagrams for Design of Reinforced Concrete Sections, J. Williamson, 453
  • Calculation of Electric Conductors, W. T. Taylor, 145
  • Chemists’ Manual of Non-ferrous Alloys, J. R. Downie, 453
  • Coal Economy, How to Reduce Coal Consumption by Fifty Million Tons per Year, W. H. Casmey, 453
  • Combines and Trade Organisations, Memorandum on, John Hilton, 22
  • Commercial Arbitrations, E. J. Parry, 479 Design of Screw Propellers with Special Reference to Aircraft, H. C Watts, 479 Diesel Engine Design, H. F, P. Purday, 479 Education and Training for the Electrical and Allied Engineering Industries, &c., 453 Electrical Engineering, Examples in, J. F. Gill and F. J. Teago, 22
  • Electrical Equipment of Ships, Regulations for, Institution of Electrical Engineers, 43
  • Electricity : Its Production and tion, R. FL Neale, 479
  • Electro-chemistry, A Treatise on, Blount, 43
  • Factory Management Wastes and Oxy-acetylene Welding Manual, Lieutenant Lorn Campbell, jun., 507
  • Painters’ Pocket-book, A. Seymour Jennings, 95
  • Papermaking and its Machinery, T. W. Chalmers, 479
  • Peat Industry Reference Book, F. T. Gissing, 453
  • Private Companies : Their Utilities and the
  • Exemptions they Enjoy, H. W. Jordan, 43 “ Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, January to May, 1919, 22 Profit Sharing, A. Trombert, 453 Propagation of Electric Currents in Telephone and Telegraph Conductors, Dr. J. A. Fleming, 453
  • Reminders for Company Secretaries, H. W. Jordan, 22
  • Revision Arithmetic Logarithms, Slide Rule, Mensuration, &c., Terry Thomas, 69
  • Selected Studies in Elementary Physics for the Wireless Student, E. Blake, 533
  • Self-taught Mechanical Drawing and Elementary Machine Design, F- L. Silvester, 69 Sheffield, Heavy Engineering Trade of, 605 Ships’ Boats : Their Qualities, Construction, &c., E. W. Blocksidge, 453
  • Sight Rails Record, M. S. Excell, 453
  • Sight Rails, A Treatise on, M. S. Excell, 453 Storing : Its Economic Aspects and Proper
  • Methods, H. B. Twyford, 507 Streamline Kite Balloons, Design and
  • Stability of, &c., Captain P. H. Sumner, 453 Stresses in Hooks and other Curved Beams,
  • E. S. Andrews, 453
  • Structural Steel Work, Construction of Steel- framed Building, E. G. Beck, 453
  • Sydney, Port of, N.S.W., Official Handbook, 605
  • Syren and Shipping International Mercantile Diary and Year-book, 1920, 184
  • Tacheometer Tables, H. Louis and G. W. Caunt, 22
  • Telephonic Transmission, Theoretical and Applied, J. G. Hill, 453
  • Telephony Without Wires, P. R. Coursey, 95 The Practical Engineer Electrical Pocketbook and Diary, 1920, 507
  • Theory of Determinants, Vol. ITT., Sir Thomas Muir, 453
  • Whittaker’s Electrical Eng'neers’ Pocketbook, 605
  • Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, H. M. Dowsett, 533
  • LIVERPOOL Engineering Society—see Associations, &c.
  • Lloyd’s Register—see Ships
  • Locomotive Valve Gear, Development of, James Dunlop, 618
  • Locomotives, Railway—see Railways Logs, Storing, 251
  • London County Council Tramways, 275 London Traffic, 407—see also Roads Advisory Committee
  • London Water—see Water Supply
  • Lubricating Oils, Compounded, H. M. Wells and J. E. Southcombe, 145
  • Lubrication—see Engines
  • Lyons, Congress at, on Building, 166
  • MACHINE Shop Extensions—see Works

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • Alfred Herbert's Machine Tool Works, 632 Broaching Machine, Vickers Limited, 554, 558 Capstan loathe with Rotating Multiple Stops, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 632
  • Centralised Control Radial Drilling Machine, J. Archdale and Co., Limited, 303
  • Cutting Power of Lathe Turning Tools, George Burley, 12
  • Grinder, Small Bench Surface, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 657
  • Inclinable Power Press, Regent Shears (1918), Limited, 606
  • Large Crank Shaft Turning Machine, Hulse and Co., Limited, 350, 358
  • “ Paddle ” Tool Grinder, Luke and Spencer, Limited, 511
  • Shears, High-speed Guillotine, Regent Shears (1918), Limited, 606
  • Sheet Metal Working Machines, Regent Shears (1918), Limited, 606
  • Standardisation of Gears for Machine Tools, 217
  • Two-speed Electric Drill, Scholey and Co., Limited, 328, 329
  • MACLEAN, J. N., on the Art of Casting in High-tensile Brass, 318
  • Magneto, The ML. Oscillating High-tension, 600
  • Mallet Locomotives—see Railway Locomotives
  • Manchester Association of Engineers—see Associations
  • Manchester, Smoke Problem in, 502 Manchester Steam Users* Association, Report by C. E. Stromeyer, 61—see also Boiler Explosions
  • Manoeuvring—see Ships
  • Manufacturers and Producers, Conference of, 145, 171
  • Marine Engines—see Engines
  • Marine Propelling, &c.—see Ships
  • Marine Turbines—see Turbines
  • Marshall, C. F. D., on the Evolution of the “Heavier than Air” Flying Machine, 83 ; (Letters), 254, 272
  • Materials, Choice of, 531
  • May, H., and C. I. Campbell, on Rigid Airship Performance, 138
  • Measuring an Involute Bevel Gear from the True Pitch Cone, F. E. Lindsay, 581
  • Measuring Machine, Universal, Society Genevoise d’Instruments Physique, 472, 476 (2’wo- page Supplement, May 1th, 1920)
  • Mechanical Reduction Gears in Warships, Engineer-Commander H. B. Tostevin, 368, 405
  • Mechanical Stokers as Applied to Lancashire and other Narrow-flued Boilers, D. Brownlie, 316, 379 ; (Letters), 395, 432, 445, 483, 499, 528, 552, 573
  • Melbourne—see Railways
  • Mensforth, H., on Works Management and the Human Element, 128
  • Mesopotamia, Irrigation and Cotton Growing in, 133
  • Metallurgy and Metallography, Dr. Rosenhain, 86
  • Metals and Time, 325
  • Metals—see also Non-ferrous
  • Metcalfe, A. Wharton, on the Sw’iss Rhone- Rhine Navigation Project, 212, 264', 290, 341, 389
  • Meteorological Office, Status of the, 228
  • Meter—see Alignment
  • Microphones, Oscillator and Other Devices used in Submarine Signalling, Report by Hammond V. Hayes, 491
  • Microscope, Series of Papers Read at Symposium held by the Faraday and other Societies, 85—see Associations
  • Miner and the State, 43
  • Mineral Resources, Imperial, 401 Mineral Statistics, Our, 390 Ministry of Munitions—Stocks in Hand. 43, 166, 310
  • British Non-ferrous Mining Industry, 552,
  • Non-ferrous Materials, 43, 166, 310

Ministry of Transport :

  • Inland Waterways Committee Appointed, 584 : Intelligence Service and Library, 198
  • London Traffic—see Roads Advisory Committee
  • Ministry and Railway Matters—see Railways
  • Ministry of Transport, 651
  • North-East Coast, Traffic Congestion, 648 Roads Advisory Committee, 113, 171, 407 Transport in Relation to the State, Sir Eric Geddes, 325, 332
  • Molybdenum—see Iron and Steel
  • Monypenny, J. H. G., on the Structure o? Some Chromium Steels, 547
  • Moore, Harold, A Note on the Lubrication of Diesel Engines, 525
  • Moore, Harold, on Spontaneous Ignition Temperatures of Liquid Fuels, 111
  • Moore, H., and S. Beckinsale, on the Removal of Internal Stress in 70 : 30 Brass, &c., 318
  • Morris, J., on Some Points on the Whirling of Shafts, 157
  • Motor Boat Engines—see Engines
  • Motor Boats—see Ships
  • Motor Car Engines—see also Engines
  • Motor Cars, Electrical, and Equipment—see Electrical Matters
  • Motor Fuels, Price of, 245, 249
  • Motor Omnibuses, Stability of, 401 ; (Letter), 432
  • Motor Tractor Trials, Agricultural, 112, 113
  • Motor Vehicle Radiator with Deane Tubes, 484 ;
  • (Note), 511 ; (Letter), 528
  • Motor Vehicles, Producer Gas for, D. J. Smith, 122
  • Moulders—see Labour
  • NASMYTH, James, Portrait; Steam Hammer ; Steam Scoop for Factory ; Early Locomotives ; Design for Floating Motor, 287
  • Naval Matters—see Ships, also Naval Notes Naval Notes :
  • Cruisers as Merchantmen, 47 Fast Light Cruisers, 47 Havoc of British Mines, 48 Helium Plant, A New, 47 United States Construction, 47
  • Navigation Project, Swiss Rhone-Rhine, A. Wharton-Metcalfe, 212, 264, 290, 341, 389
  • Navvy—see Steam Navvy
  • New Zealand and Her Resources, 251
  • New Zealand Suction Dredger Kaione, 373 Nitrate—see Ammonium
  • Nitrogen Products Committee’s Report, 97 ; (Letter), 175
  •  ! Non-ferrous Materials—see also Ministry of Munitions
  • Non-ferrous Metals, Use of, in Warships, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir G. Goodwin, 268, 300
  • Norbury, A. L., on the Effect of Various Elements on the Electrical Resistivity of Iron, 548
  • North British Locomotive Company’s War Work, 572
  • North-East Coast, Traffic Congestion, 648

OBITUARY:

  • Allen, Sir Charles,
  • Brindley, Harry (Letter), 395
  • Chittick, Charles, 322
  • Drysdale, John W. W., 653
  • Hall-Brown, Ebenezer, 533
  • Heenan, Hammersley, 653
  • Huntington, Professor A. K.-, 420 Kempt, Irvine, 533
  • Lyster, Anthony George, 322 Mappin, Sir Frank, 581 Metcalfe, James, 420
  • O’Shea, Lucius Trant, 420
  • Powis-Bale, Manfred, .301
  • Procter, James, 277
  • Sheldon, William, 599
  • Worsdell, Wilson, 402
  • OBSERVATORY, Royal, Greenwich, 606 Observing Temperatures—see Ships .
  • Oil Engines—see Engines
  • Oil Fuel on Railways—see Railways
  • Oil Fuel on Ships—see Ships
  • Oils, Compounded Lubricating, H. M. Wells and J. E. Southcombe, 145
  • Omnibuses, Motor, Stability of, 401 ; (Letter). 432
  • Optical Glass and Apparatus at the Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 62
  • Ore Discoveries in Switzerland, 348
  • Organisation of Payment by Results, J. E.
  • Powell, 509, 528, 531, 552, 584, 600, 637, 656
  • Oscillating High-tension Magneto, The M.L., 600
  • Osomsis—see Electrical Matters
  • PARAFFIN Engines—-see Engines
  • Paraffin Wax, Removal of, from Petroleum ;
  • Filter Presses for. Geo. Fletcher and Co., 121 Patent Applications, 60
  • Patent Applications, United States, 197 Patent Interferences, United States, 289

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS: British:

  • Aeronautics, 614
  • Batteries and Accumulators, 311, 388, 413 Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 565 Cranes and Conveyors, 130, 182, 414, 544 Dynamos and Motors, 27, 261, 285, 363, 463, 489, 517
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 53,
  • 129, 155, 207, 235, 261, 285, 311, 463, 489, 543, 565, 613, 663
  • Engines, Steam, 517, 518, 637
  • Gas Producers, 54, 566
  • Lighting and Heating, 27, 104, 155, 364, 387, 414, 437
  • Locomotives, 413
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 28, 54, 103, 129, 208, 262, 286, 364, 388, 437, 49 , 566, 589, 638, 664
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 79, 156, 262, 286, 311, 338, 364, 464, 566, 613, 638, 664
  • Mines and Metals, 28, 156, 285, 388, 464, 590
  • Miscellaneous, 28, 80, 130, 156, 182, 208, 236, 262, 286, 312, 364, 388, 414, 437, 490, 518, 590, 614, 638
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 54, 312, 490, 544, 664
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinerv, 28, 54, 156, 236, 312, 337, 490, 517
  • Railways—see Tramways, tkc.
  • Ships and Boats, 104, 338, 518, 566
  • Steam Generators, 27, 103, 129, 155, 235, 261, 387, 543, 565, 589, 637, 663
  • Switchgear, 27, 53, 79, 103, 181, 207, 285, 337, 363, 413, 437, 463, 517, 543, 590, 613
  • Telegraphy and Telephony, 129, 155, 262, 337, 413, 464, 489, 544, 565, 590, 613
  • Tramways and Railways, 104, 181, 207, 236, 518, 664
  • Transformers, 544, 589
  • Transmission of Power, 53, 80, 181, 208, 286, 311, 363, 413, 437, 463, 518, 589
  • Turbine Machinery, 27, 155, 207, 387, 489, 543, 638
  • PATENTS Act, New, 72
  • Payment by Results—see Labour Peat, Power Alcohol and, 97
  • Peel, D. P., on Timing Diesel Engine Valves, 559 ; (Letter), 597
  • Pelton Wheel Jet Deflector, P. W. Seewer, 583 Personal and Business Announcements, 26, 52, 78, 102, 128, 180, 234, 260, 284, 310, 338, 364, 388, 438, 464, 490, 518, 544, 564, 588, 614, 664
  • Petrol Engines—see Engines
  • Petrol Report, Board of Trade, 245, 249 Petroleum, Removal of Paraffin Wax from, 121 Phosphorus in Steel, J. H. Whiteley, 524 Photomicrographs of Iron—see Iron and Steel Photomicrography, Papers Read at Symposium
  • Held by the Faraday and other Societies, 85 —for Titles, see Associations
  • Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 62 Pile Driver, Large Reinforced Concrete,
  • Christian! and Nielsen, 599, 602
  • Pilling, Henry, on the Uniflow Steam Engine, 454, 455, 480 ®
  • Pinions and Shafts for Double Helical Gears, W. J. Kearton, 186
  • Plans, Storing, 230
  • Plough. Fowler Eight-furrow Turning, 650, 654
  • Pneumatic Plant—see Portable
  • Portable Engines—see Engines
  • Portable Pneumatic Plant for Welding Work, Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, 457
  • Portable Wireless Receiver, British Thomson-
  • Houston Company, 394
  • Position Gauges, Their Jigs, Construction and Calculations, A. G. Robson, 157
  • Powell, J. E., on the Organisation of Payment by Results, 509, 528, 531, 552, 584, 600, 637, 656
  • Power Alcohol and Peat, 97
  • Power Press, Inclinable—see Press
  • Power Signalling at Southport, 142,
  • Power Station Design and Supply—see Electrical Matters
  • Precisipn Gauges and their Jigs, A. G. Robson, 574, 575
  • Press, Power, Inclinable, Regent Shear-s (1918). Limited, 606 '
  • Presto'n, G. F., oh the Design and Treatment of
  • Steel Castings, 524
  • Prevention of Corrosion—see Corrosion
  • Price of Motor Fuels, 245, 249
  • Primrose, J. »S. Glen; on Railway Dynamometer Cars, 534
  • Producer Gas fdr Motor Vehicles, D. J. Smith, 122
  • Production, Increased, Government Committee, 355
  • Properties of Steel—see Iron and Steel Protection of Wooden Bridges from Fire, 448 Pump, Centrifugal, for Handling Tree Stumns A. B. Wood, 445
  • Pumping Set, High-pressure Turbine, Mather and Platt, Limited, 228
  • Pumping Station at Whitacre, Birmingham 622, 623, 626
  • Pumps, Two Horizontal Vacuum, F. Pearn and Co., Limited, 174
  • Purchasing Bureau, 584
  • “ Pusher.s ”—see Ships
  • RADIATOR, Bernard Deane, for. Motor ^Vehicles, 484 ; (Note), 511; (Letter),;528

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTBRS: General

  • See also Annual Article
  • Floors for Railway Under-bridges, 391, 416
  • Grand Trunk Railway Bridge, Strengthening Spans, 230
  • International Railway Association, 549
  • Ministry of Transport :
  • National Wages Board Report, 604, 633 Privately Owned Wagon Census, 195 Railway Policy, 378 ; (Paragraph), 420 Railway Rates Advisory Committee’s Report, 87
  • Railway Rates, Wages and Methods, 41 Railway Wagons, 192
  • Some Railway Operating Problems, Major- General Sir H. W. Thornton, 555, 560
  • Statement by Sir Eric Geddes, 398 ; (Correction), 425
  • Still Awaiting the Railway Policy, 555
  • Ton-mile Statistics, 402
  • Transport in Relation to the State, Sir Eric Geddes, 325, 332
  • New Railway Statistics, 416
  • Railway Accident Inquiries in 1919,’338
  • Railway Accident Reports Issued in January, 173
  • Railwaymen’s Wages, 604, 633
  • Railway Metal Cofferdam, E. W. Stoney, 241
  • Railway Tank Wagon for Conveyance of Ammonium Nitrate, Leeds Forge Company, 176
  • Railways and the State, 325
  • Selby Railway Accident Report, 67, 72 ; (Letter), 633
  • Wages Questions—see also Labour
  • Workshop Cars, Railway, Made by the Great Eastern Railway, 426, 430

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTBRS: British, Colonial and Indian :

  • Ambulance Train and other Rolling Stock for War Use in France Built at Lancing Works of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 568
  • British Railway Workshops in War Time, 426, 430, 568, 578
  • Cross-country Express Trains, 214
  • Districting the Railways, 627
  • Great Eastern Railway War Work at Stratford, 426, 430
  • Indian Railway Administration Report, 304
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Power Signalling at Southport, 142, 150
  • London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, War Work at Brighton and Lancing, 568, 578
  • Melbourne Suburban Railways Electrification, 40, 44, 66, 70
  • Selby Railway Accident Report, 67, 72 ; (Letter), 633

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTBRS: Foreign:

  • Bilbao Metropolitan Railway, 582
  • Electric Traction on Swedish Railways, 265
  • Federated Malay States Government Railways, New Works for, 440
  • Hauenstein Tunnel, 255.; (Letters), 572
  • Oil Fuel on the Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway, 494
  • Swiss Railway Dynamometer Car, J. S. G. Primrose on, 530, 534
  • Working of German Railways, 117

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: General:

  • Aeroplane Engines for Railway Locomotives, 293
  • Development of Locomotive Valve Gear, James Dunlop, 618
  • Fairbairn, W., and Sons, Locomotives, Circa 1850, 184 ; (Letter), 357
  • Jones and Potts, Locomotives, Circa 1850, 508
  • Locomotive for an English Railway Built in 1848, Hick, Hargreaves and Co., 644
  • Locomotive Footplate Experiences,'545, 591 ; (Letter), 633
  • Locomotive Wheel Balancing Machine, G, J. Churchward, 354, 355
  • Nasmyth, Gaskell and Co.’s Locomotives, 289 Rothwell and Co., Engines, 1831-1860, 598 Vulcan Foundry Company’s Historic Locomotives, 84, 85 ; (Letter), 140 .

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: British, Colonial, and Indian :

  • Bristol and Exeter Engine of 1859, 598
  • Colloidal Fuel and Pulverised Coal Engines J. G. Robinson, 429
  • Great Eastern Locomotives, 545
  • Great Northern Three-cylinder Engine No 1000, 466 b > •
  • Great Western Railway, Mixed Traffic Eight-coupled Locomotive, No. 4700, 19, 582 [Supplement, January 2nd, 1920 • Two-page Supplement, June Uh, 1920)
  • London and South-Western Locomotives 591 ; (Letter), 633 ’
  • London and South-Western Railway Six- coupled Goods Locomotive, 458
  • North-Eastern Railway Three-cylinder Superheater Locomotives, 524
  • Pearson’s Nine-foot Driver Engine of 1853, 598

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: Foreign:

  • Mallet Locomotives for the Virginian Railway, American Locomotive Company, 381 [Two-page Supplement, April ^th, 1920)
  • Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway, Oil Fuel on the, 494
  • RANDOM REFLECTIONS:
  • 42, 94, 118, 144, 170, 196, 250, 276, 300, 326—see Separate Index ’
  • Reading, The Art of, 605 Recent Advances—see Water Power Recent Changes, (.tc.-=—5ce Heat Engineering
  • Recent Progress—see Thermo-electricity
  • Reconstruction Work in the Li6ge District, 630 Recorder, COg, Electrical, 62, 63
  • Refrigeration, An Institute of, 1^1
  • Registration, Civil Engineers, 90 ; (betters), 37, 174, 188, 254, 272, 293, 326, 357, 371, 395
  • Reinforced Concrete Extensions to Machine Shop at Witton Works, 558 • i
  • Reinforced Concrete Pile Driver, Christiani and Nielsen, 599, 602 ,
  • Reinforced Concrete Pit Headgear at Lochore, I’russed Concrete Steel Company, 48^
  • Relationship Between Specific Gravity and Composition of Light Aluminium Alloys, B. W. Hales, 439
  • Research, Aeronautical—see Aeronautics
  • Research, Fuel—see Fuel c A onn
  • Research Laboratories in the U.S.A., 2-.I
  • Research—see also Scientific and Industrial, 363,421,428,624,658
  • Reservoir, High-service, at Saint Paul, 1.18, -40 Rhone-Rhine Navigation—see Swiss
  • Ridsdale, C. H., oh Valuation of Ores and Iron- making Material, 496
  • Roads Advisory Committee, 113, 171, 407
  • Robinson, .7. V., on Power Station Design in Relation to Thermal Efficiency, 655
  • Robson, A. G., Position Gauges,^Their .figs, Construction and Calculations, 157
  • Robson, A. G., on Precision Gauges and their Jigs, 574, 57.5
  • Rogei-s, Dr. F., on Brittleness in Nickel-chrome and other Steels, 548
  • Rolling Stock—see Railways, also Annual Articles
  • Rope—see Wire Rope •
  • Ropeway, Dorada, in Colombia, Ropeways,
  • Limited, 504, 511 ; (Letters), 552, 572, 597
  • Rosenhain, Dr., on Model for Representing the Constitution of Ternary Alloys, 319
  • Rosenhain, Dr., Mr. J. 1^. Haughton and Miss i K. Bingham, on Zinc Alloys with Aluminium and Copper, 319
  • Rosyth Dockyard, 632
  • Rothwell—see Histories
  • Rotors—see Balancing
  • Route Indicator, Automatic, Silent Guide Company, Limited, 408
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Darlington, 650, 654
  • Royal Observatory, Greenwich, Report, 606
  • Royal Society Conversazione and Exhibits, 5(i7 Rudders, Manoeuvring and Reversing, A. 'P.
  • Wall, 149
  • Rutherford, Sir Ernest, “ Bakcrian Lecture,” 603 : (Letter), 63,3
  • SAAR Coal Mining—see Coal
  • Sealing a Mine Pump Column, 457
  • Science and the Iron and Steel Institute, 505 :
  • (Letter), 528
  • Science in Schools, 07

SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH :

  • Gas Cylinders, 303 ; (Letter), 395
  • Fuel Research Board’s Report, 421, 428 ; (Letter), 445
  • Grey and Malleable (>’ast Iron, Research, 024 Industrial Fatigue, 058
  • SCIENTIFIC Societies Report, Conjoint Board, 424
  • Screw Gauges, Hardening of, W. ?!. Lineham, 318, 443, 478 ; (Letters), 499, 573, 597
  • Seewer, P. W., Centrifugal Pelton .Jet Deflector, 583
  • Seligman, Dr. R., and Mr. P. Williams on Action of Aluminium on Hard Industrial Waters, 292 Sewage Tanks, Modified, Made in America, W. G. Kirchoffer, 570
  • Shafts, Some Points on the Whirling of, J. Morris, 157
  • Shawinigan Falls Electric Power Plant, 549 Shears—see Machine Tools
  • Sheet Metal Working—see Machine Tools Shells, Artillery, Semi-steel for, 602
  • Shells, Hydraulic .Tack Made from. Major W. H. Smitli, 576
  • Shepherd, J., on Failures of Turbo-generators and Suggestions for Improvements, 88, 94
  • Sherardising Apparatus for Small Articles, 510 Sheringham Artificial Daylight, 62

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: General:

  • See also Annual Articles
  • Balancing of Rotors and Determining Position and Amount of the Balancing Weights, J. J. King-Salter, 369, 381
  • Barges and Towing Boats—see Mercantile Vessels, Craft for Canal, &c.
  • British Shipyard in South America, 168, 17.3 ; (Correction), 202
  • Cadet Training, Mercantile Marine, St. George
  • Cadet Ship, 64
  • Conversion of Gunboats into Cargo Steamers, 512
  • C'osteira Shipvard, 168, 173 ; (Correction), 202
  • Development of the Motor Lifeboat, S. E. Saunders and Co., 294, 295, 298
  • Dimensions of Cargo Steamers, .1. Anderson, 343
  • Effects of Holes, Cracks and other Discontinuities in Ships’ Plating, Professor E. G. Cokerand A. L. Kimball, .344
  • Freeboard and Strength of Ships, Dr. J. Bruhn, 343
  • From Cruiser to Merchantman, 270
  • Japan, Shipbuilding in, 628
  • Lloyd’s Register Shipbuilding Returns, 119, 143, 424
  • Lloyd’s Register in France, 22
  • Lloyd’s Register in Sweden, 198 Manoeuvring and Reversing Rudders, A. T. Wall, 149
  • ^lerchant Shipbuilding in Roval Dockyards, 275
  • Observing Temperatures in Marine Propelling Installations, Maurice S. Gibb, 226 Olympia Exhibition, Motor Boat and Marine and Stationary Engines at, 302, 320, 345 Our Economic Position as a Shipbuilding
  • Country, Sir A. Yarrow, .342 ; (Letters), 357, 371
  • Pushers ” for Cargo Boats, Monsieur Constan, 600
  • Shipbuilding in 1919, Lloyd’s Register, 119, 143
  • Shipbuilding Position, 143
  • Shipbuilding on Tyneside, 256
  • Ships and Ships’ Machinery Details, .599
  • Stabilisation of Ships by Means of Gyroscopes, P. R. Jackson, 343, 344
  • Steam Sloop as Floating Factory, .lames Nasmyth, 288
  • Superheater for Scotch Boilers, North- Eastern Marine Engineering Companv, 256
  • Traffic Congestion on the North-East Coast, 648
  • Turbulent Fluid Motion and Skin Friction, Professor!'. H. Havelock, 369
  • Union-Castle and the War, 624
  • Use of Acetylene in U.S. Navy Yards During the War, Commander H. G. Knox, 164

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: British Navy:

  • Hood, H.M. Battle-cruiscr, 92, 93, 313, 314, 315, 316, 324, 330 {Four-page Supplement^ Marek 2Uk, 1920)
  • L33, H.M. Submarine, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 139
  • Submarine Depot Ship Platypus, J. Brown and Co., Limited, 218, 222
  • Tyrian, Destroyer, 22
  • Whitehall, H.M. 'rorpedo-boat Destroyer, 148
  • Wivern, H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer, J. S. White and Co., Limited, 53

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Naval Matters:

  • British Gunfire, Effects of, at Jutland, 194, 195, 198, 199
  • Current Tendencie.s in Naval Design, 427 Dreadnoughts and Docks, 143
  • Japan, Shipbuilding in, 628
  • Mechanical Reduction Gear in Warships,
  • Commander H. B. Tostevin, 368. 405, 477 Naval Policy, First Lord’s Statement, 299, 303
  • Oil Fuel Equipment of the Aquitania, 621
  • Use of Non-ferrous ^letals in Warships, ICngi- neer Vice-Admiral Sir G. Goodwin, 268, 300

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Foreign Navies:

  • French Cruiser, Old, Rebuilt as (Wgo Vessel, 270
  • German 642
  • German
  • German German
  • Jutland, 194, 195, 198, 199
  • United States Battleshi]) Tennessee, 538 United States Navy, Annual Report of the Secretary of the, 57, 428

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels:

  • Argonne, Steamship, -f. S. White and Co., Limited, 457
  • (Yaft for Canal and River Service in the
  • United States 593
  • Chmard Liner Tyrrhonia, 657
  • Dunleary, Motor Lifeboat, 294, 295, 298 Dupuy-de-Lome Converted, to Belgian (’argo
  • Ship Peruvier, 270
  • Fire Floats, Morrywoathor and Sons, Limited, 396, 397, 400
  • Itaquatia, Launch of, at the Costeira Shipyard, Brazil, 168, 173 ; (Correction), 202 Leda, Steel Screw Passenger Stoamshij) for
  • Newc^astle-Bergon Route, Six* W. G. Armstrong, W’hitworth and (?o., J..imited, 482 London and North-W’estern Railway Company’s Irish Channel Turbine Steamer Curraghmore, W. Donny and Brothers, 186, 248, 252 (7^u'o-page Supplement^
  • February 1920 ; Four-page Supplementi March 1920)
  • Margaret Harkor-Smith ’Motor Lifeboat, 294, 295, 298
  • Narragansett, jMotor Tanker, Trial Trip, Vickers Limited, 501
  • Olympic, W’hito Star Liner, Ro-conditioning of, 648
  • St. (ieorgo. Cadet Ship, 64
  • Salerno, Diesel-engine Ship, 446, 447, 450 Salvage and Fire Tug Moonfleet, Merryweather and Sons, Limited, 396, 397
  • War Service Tug Spry, Livingstone and Cooper, Limited, 96 {Two-pagc Supplement, January 2'irdt 1920)
  • SHOCK and Fatigue, 451
  • Short Histories—see Historie.s
  • Show, Paris Aviation, 37 ; (Letter), 90
  • Show, Royal Agricultural, at Darlington, 650, 654
  • Shrivell, H. G., Secret Common Battery Intercommunication Telephone System, 550
  • Signalling, Railway—see Railways
  • Silent Guide Automatic Route Indicator, 408 Silicon—see Ii’on and Steel
  • Sinnatt, Capt. F. S., and Mr. A. Grounds, on the Agglutinating Value of Coals, 167
  • Skinner, Sidney, Experimental Studies
  • Liquid State, 424, 444 Slag— see also Iron and Steel Slag Wool for Steam Pipe Covering,
  • National Physical Laboratory, 73 Small Tools Works, B.S.A., 266\ 274 Smith, D. J., on Producer Gas for Vehicles, 122
  • Naval Construction, 1914 1918. 570, X
  • Submarine Minelayers, 415
  • Submarines, A. \V. Johns, 331
  • Warships Damaged at the Battle of
  • in the
  • Tests,
  • ilotor
  • Smith, Major W. H., Hydraulic Jack Mazie from Shells, 576
  • Smith, Professor Middleton, and A. G. Warren, on Recent Changers of Ideas (Concerning Heat Engineering, 569, 592, 615
  • Smoko Problem in Manchestci-, 502
  • Souvenii’s of the War :
  • A Retrospect and a Prospect, J. I. Thorny- croft and Co., 624
  • The Tank : Its Birth and Development, W. Foster and Co., Limited, 624
  • Union ('astle and the War, 624
  • Specific Gravity and (.’omposition of Light Aluminium Alloy.s, Relationship Betwezm. B. W. Hales, 439 ; (Correction), 483
  • Specification of Chemical (^imposition, 223 ; (Letter), 272
  • Spontaneous Ignition—see Licpiid Fuels Sabilisation, &c,—Ships
  • Stability of Motor Omnibuses, 401 ; (Letter), 432
  • Standardisation—see also Britsh Engineering, &c.
  • Stationary Engines—see Engines
  • Stead, Dr. J. E., on Fifty Years’ Progress in the Ferrous Industries, 473, 496
  • Steam Car, American, Scott Newcomb Automotive Steam System, 648
  • Steam Consumption—see Willans Line
  • Steam Engines—see Engines
  • Steam Navvy on Caterpillar Tracks, Bucyrus Company, 120
  • Steam Pipe Covering, National Physical !I Laboratory Tests on Slag Wool, 73
  • Steel—see Iron
  • Stokers—see Mechanical Storing Logs, 251
  • Storing Plans, 230
  • Strength of Fabrics, 452
  • Stresses in Anchor Chains, 48
  • Strikes, &c.—see Labour
  • Stromeyer, C. E., on Fuel Economy, 61 Stromeyer, C. E.—see also Boiler Explosions Submarine Camera, Siebe, Gorman and Co., Limited, 658
  • Submarine Signalling, Report by Mr. Hammond V. Hayes, 491
  • Submarines—see Ships
  • Subterranean Infiltration Galleries—see Water j Supply I
  • Superheater for Scotch Boilers, North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, 256
  • Swedish Engineering and Shipbuilding Indus- I tries, 524 j
  • Swiss Rhone-Rhine Navigation Project, A. Wharton Metcalfe, 212, 264, 290, 341, 389
  • Sympathy and Output, 351 ; (Letters), 357, 371
  • TELEGRAPH and Telephone Lines, Determining the Tension in, A. C. Timms, 202 Telephone System, Secret Common Battery
  • Intercommunication, H. G. Shrivell, 550
  • Tension in Lines—see Telegraph Ternary Alloys, Model for Representing the Constitution of. Dr. Rosenhain, 319
  • Testing Instruments at the Physical and Optical Societies Exhibition, 62
  • Testing Machine, Notched-bar, Humphrey, 63
  • Tests on Slag Wool for Steam Pipe Covering, 73
  • Thermo-electricity, Recent Progress in, Carl Benedicks, 617
  • Thompson, J. L., on Transformers for Electric Furnaces, 147
  • Thornton, Major-General Sir H. W., on Some Railway Operating Problems, 555, 560
  • Thrust Boring in Earth, Capt. A. R. Mangnall’s Machine, 369, 376
  • Tidal Power Stations, Theory of, M. P. Caufourier, (Letters), 432, 445, 483, 528
  • Timing Diesel Engine Valves, D. P. Peel, 559 ; (Letter), 597
  • Timms, A. C. on Determining the Tension in
  • Telegraph and Telephone Lines, 202 Ton-mile Statistics, 402
  • Tostevin, Commander H. B., on Mechanical
  • Reduction Gear in Warships, 368, 405, 477
  • Tractor, Agricultural, the Peterborough, at Darlington Show, 650, 654
  • Tractor Trials, Agricultural Motor, 112 113
  • Tractors, Agricultural, in France, 345
  • Tractors, Palm and Fuel Oil, Trial of, for the Belgian Congo, 140, 277 ?
  • Traffic Congestion on the North-East Coast, 648
  • Training—see Engineering
  • Trains and Train Control—see Railways
  • Tramways, London County Council, 275
  • Transformers—see Electrical Matters
  • Transport—see Ministry, also Associations
  • Trial of Palm and Fuel Oil Tractors for the Belgian Congo, 140, 277
  • Tungsten—see Iron and Steel
  • Tunnels, Railway—see Railways
  • Turbine Gearing, Alignment Meter for, W. Eccles and Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical . Company, 559
  • Turbine Propulsion, Developments in, R. J. Walker, 607
  • Ikirbine Pumps—see Pumps
  • Turbine Rotors—see Balancing
  • Turbined Ships—see Sh ps Turbines, Geared Marine, 477, 559
  • Turbines, the Willans Line, Alexander Jude, 545
  • Turbo-generators, Failures of, &c., J. Shepherd, 88, 94
  • Turbulent Fluid Motion, &c.—see Ships
  • Turning Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Twickenham, Government Instructional Factory at, 621
  • Tyneside, Shipbuilding on, 256
  • UNDER-BRIDGES, Railway, Floors for, 391, 416
  • Underpinning and Foundations of Heavy Buildings, 639
  • Uniflow Engine—s&e Engines
  • United States Patent Applications, 197
  • United States Patent Interferences, 289
  • United States Patents in 1919, 483
  • Universal Measuring Machine, Societe Genevoise d’Instruments Physique, 472, 476 {Two-paje. Supplement^ May 1th, 1920)
  • University Degrees and the Imperial College, 579
  • Use of Acetylene—see Acetylene
  • Use of Non-ferrous Metals, &c.—see Nonferrous
  • Uses of History, 224
  • Utilisation of Water Power—see Water Power
  • Utility Forge Hammer, Sullivan Machinery i Company, 202
  • VALUATION of Ores—see Iron and Steel
  • Valve, Evolution of, Marconi-Osram Valve Company’s Exhibits, 62
  • Valve Gear, Locomotive, Development of, James Dunlop, 618
  • Valves, Diesel Engine—see Engines Vanadium—see Iron and Steel
  • Volumetric Testing of Scientific Glassware, 197 Vulcan Foundry—see Works
  • WAGES—see Labour
  • Wagon, 5-Ton Steam, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 650, 654
  • Wagons, Railway—see Railways
  • Walker, R. J., on Developments in Turbine Propulsion, 607
  • Wall, A. T., on Manoeuvring and Reversing Rudders, 149
  • War Souvenirs—see Souvenirs
  • War Work of the Great Eastern Railway at Stratford, 426, 430
  • War Work of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway at Brighton and Lancing Works, 568, 578
  • War Work of the North British Locomotive Company, Limited, 572
  • Waste of Coal—see Coal
  • Water Cooling for Turbo-generators, 88, 94
  • Water Hammer Cone Apparatus, Sir C. Parsons, 507
  • Water Power Development, Canadian Possibilities of, Leo. G. Dennis, 365
  • Water Power, Recent Advances in Utilisation of, E. M. Bergstrom, 110, 124, 146, 172, 271 ; (Random Reflection), 118

WATER SUPPLY:

  • Birmingham District, Water Resources of the, 646
  • British Waterworks Association, Annual Meeting, 533
  • Control of Water Supplies, 42
  • High-service Reservoir at Saint Paul, 218, 240
  • Rapid Filtration Plant at Birmingham, 622, 623, 626
  • Revision of Charges for London Water, 269
  • Subterranean Infiltration Galleries for a Water Supply, 537
  • WATERWAYS Committee—see Ministry of Transport
  • Welding, Electric—see Electrical Matters
  • Welding Work, Portable Air Compressing Plant for. Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, Limited, 457
  • Welds and Welding, 651
  • Wells, H. M., and J. E. Southcombe, on Compounded Lubricating Oils, 145
  • Wheel Balancing, Locomotive, Machine, G. J. Churchward, 354, 355
  • Whirling of Shafts, Some Points on, J. Morris, 157
  • Whiteley, J. H., on the Distribution of Phosphorus in Steel, &c., 524
  • Willans Line, Alexander Jude, 545
  • Wilson, Jno. F., on Slag Conditions in Open-hearth Basic Steel Malang Practice, 522
  • Wire Rope, Prevention of Corrosion, G. Cradock and Co., 656
  • Wireless Communication, Inter-Imperial, 280
  • Wireless Receiver, Portable, British Thomson - Houston Company, 394
  • Wireless Telegraphy Exhibits, Physical and Optical Societies, 62
  • Wooden Bridges, Protection of, from Fire, 448
  • Works for the Federated Malay States Government Railways, 440

WORKS :

  • Abbey Works, Lincoln, Clayton and Shuttleworth, 422 {Two-page Supplement, April 1920)
  • Alfred Herbert’s Works Visited by Manchester Association of Engineers, 632
  • B.S.A. Small Tools Works, 266, 274
  • Brighton and Lancing Works of the London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, War Work in, 568, 578
  • Fairbairn, W., and Sons,' Manchester, E. L. Ahrons, 184 ; (Letter), 357
  • Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., Limited, 287
  • Stratford Works of the Great Eastern Railway, War Work in, 426, 430
  • Vulcan Foundry Company’s Locomotive Works at Newton-le-Willows, 84, 85
  • Witton Works, Reinforced Concrete Extensions to Machine Shop, 558
  • Works Management and the Human Element, H. Mensforth, 128
  • WRIGHT, H. E., on the Economical and Thermal Conditions in Blast-furnace Practice, 496
  • YANESKE, B., and G. A. Wood, on the Reduction of Silicon from the Slag in the Acid Open, hearth Process, 522
  • Yarrow, Sir A., on Our Economic Position as a Shipbuilding Country, 342, 351 ; (Letter), 357
  • ZINC Alloys with Aluminium and Copper, Dr. Rosenhain, Mr. J. L. Haughton, and Miss K. Bingham, 319

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