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The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1920 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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A

  • ABELL, Professor T. B., on Characteristics of a Marine Propeller in a Non-uniform Stream, 291
  • Abell, Sir W. S., on Safety of I.ife at Sea, 54
  • Admiralty and Research, 663

AERONAUTICS :

  • - Aero Engines—see also Engines
  • - AIR CONFERENCE, 372, 385, 406, 431
  • -- Civil Aviation and Air Services, Major- General Sir F. H. Sykes, 385
  • -- Commercial Airship : Its Operation and 1 Construction, Sir Trevor Dawson, 433. 501
  • -- Operation of Civil Aircraft in relation to the Constructor, H. White-Smith, 406
  • -- Present Position of Aircraft Research and Contemplated Developments, Air Vice Marshal Ellington, 407, 409
  • -- Some Aspects of Service Aviation, Air Marshal Sir Hugh Trenchard, 432
  • -- Technical Aspects of Service and Civil Aviation, Captain F. S. Barnwell, 408, 431
  • -- Visit to Croydon Aerodrome, 407
  • - Airships as Cargo Carriers, Wing-Commander T. R. Cave-Brown-Cave, 257
  • - Avro Five-seater Passenger Triplane, 78
  • - Bristol Aeroplane Company’s Coupe Two- seater Aeroplane, 52; “Pullman” Tri¬plane, 52 (Supplement, July 16th, 1920); Seaplane, 488
  • - British Aerial Transport Company’s Five-seater Biplane and Single-seater Monoplane, “The Crow,” 53 (Supplement, July 16th, 1920)
  • - Central Aircraft Company’s Three-seater I Seaplane ,“Centaur,” 53 (Supplement, July \^th, 1920)
  • - Handley Page Aeroplane Wing, 421
  • - Handley Page W 8 Type Passenger Biplane, 52 (Supplement, July 16th, 1920)
  • - Martinsydo “ A ” Type Passenger and Freight Aeroplanes, 54 (Supplement, July 16th, 1920)
  • - Martinsyde Racing Aeroplane “Semiquaver,” 54
  • - Parachutes and Quick-release Device, E. R. Calthrop’s Aerial Patents, Limited, 79, 80
  • - Riveting on to Small Tubes, 460
  • - “Silver Streak” All-metal Freight-Carrying Biplane, Short Brothers, 52, 53, 62
  • - Supermarine Aviation Works’ Flying Boat’ 53, 54 (Supplement, July 16th, 1920)
  • - Vickers Aircraft Works, Weybridge, 444, 454
  • - Vickers F.B. 9 “Gun bus” Biplane, 446
  • - Vickers S.E. 5 Single-seater Fighters, 446, 454
  • - Vickers-Vimy Commercial Machines, 444, 454
  • AGRICULTURAL Implements at Smithfield Club Show, 582
  • Agricultural Machinery at Darlington Show, 8, 32, 58
  • Ahrons, E. L. on—
  • - Hope Town Foundry, Darlington (W. and A. Kitching, 419; (Letters), 448, 478, 528
  • - Locomotives Built by B. Hick and Son, Bolton, 102
  • - Railway Foundry, Leeds (E. B. Wilson and Co.), 369
  • Air Filter and Humidifier, Cleworth, Wheal and Co., Limited, 504
  • Air Pumps—see Pumps
  • Airships—see Aeronautics
  • Alcohol, Industrial, Captain A. Desborough, 208
  • Alcohol, Power, 481
  • Aldershot, Mechanical Transport War Vehicles at, with Tabulated Lists of Technical Particulars, 456 ; Additions, 487 ; (Letter), 478
  • Allen, Engineer-Lieut.-Commander G. B., on Service Experience with Condensers, 330
  • Alloys of Aluminium and Magnesium, Constitution of the, Mr. D. Hanson and Miss Mario L. V. Gayler, 298
  • Alloys—see also Iron and Stool
  • American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt, 641
  • American Concrete Mixing-Machinery, 193, 197, 275, 343, 354, 382
  • - Auxiliary Equipment, 384
  • - Charging, 382
  • - Concrete Mixer Drums, 197
  • - Discharge and Distribution, 382
  • - Drum Mixers, 193, 197
  • - Hand-operated and Small Power Mixers, 345
  • - Intermittent versus Continuous Mixing, 343
  • - Machine Mixing, 193, 197
  • - Mixers without Drums, 343
  • - Mixers for Railway, Trainway and other Work, 345, 354
  • - Mortar and Grout Mixers, 384
  • - Operating Control 384
  • - Power and Wheels, 383
  • - Road and Paving Mixers, 194, 195, 197, 344, 354
  • - Tilting Mixers. 197, 275, 343
  • American Concrete Mixing Machinery, (continued):
  • - Time Control Devices, 383
  • - Water Feed Control, 383

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS:

  • - 114, 285, 300
  • - American Slipway for 5000-Ton Ships, 114
  • - Clinkear Grinders in Furnaces, 28.5
  • - Concrete Rectangular Engine-house, 114
  • - Copper Sulphate for Alga? in Canals, 300
  • - Crushed Coal Fuel, 114
  • - Electric Mino Hoist, 285
  • - Iron-Nickel Alloys, 285
  • - New Blast Pipe for Locomotives, 1 14
  • - Tests of Fire-box Grates, 114
  • - Timber from Live and Dead Trees, 300
  • - Tubular Oil Tank Ship of Concrete, 285
  • AMERICAN Mercury Vapour Boiler, W. L. R. Emmet, 516
  • American Water Power Resources, 156
  • Antimony and Arsenic, The Effect of, on Admiralty Gun-metal, R. T. Rolfe, 299
  • Aqueduct—see Water Supply
  • Argentine—see also Iron and Steel
  • Argentine, Water Power in the, 460
  • Armstrong, Professor H. E., on Research ami the University Problem, 304
  • Arrhenius, Dr. S. A., on the Problem of the World’s Supply of Energy, 139
  • Arthur, Captain J. S., on the Sterlisation of Water by Chlorine Gas, 527, 531, 564
  • Ashfield, Lord, on the Training of Railway Staffs, 435

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • Association, British:
  • - Airships as Cargo Carriers, Wing-Commander T. R. Cave-Brown-Cave, 257
  • - Annual Meeting at Cardiff, 196, 198, 200, 201, 207, 211, 231, 256
  • - Cutting Edges, Colonel R. E. Crompton, 207
  • - Dynamical Method of Raising Gases to a
  • - High Temperature, Professor W. H. Watkinson, 198
  • - Farm Tractors from the View-point of the User, S. F. Edge, 256
  • - Fuel Economy, Committee’s Report, 196, 231,
  • - High-speed Petrol Engines, H. R. Ricardo, 256
  • - Industrial Alcohol, Captain A. Desborough, 208
  • - Iron Industry of South Wales, A. E. Trueman, 231
  • - Lubrication and the Germ Process, H. M. Wells and J. P. Southcombe, 231
  • - Measurement of Ventilation in Coal Mines, Professor J. T. Macgregor Morris, 257
  • - METALLURGY OF TUNGSTEN AND ZINC :
  • -- Ductile Properties of Tungsten, Professor C. H. Desch, 231
  • -- Electrolytic Zinc, Samuel Field, 231
  • -- Tungsten, Use of, in Manufacture of Highspeed Steel, J. L. F. Vogel, 231
  • - Pneumatic Elevators, Professor Wm. Cramp, 257
  • - Removal of Reefs in the Rio Guadiana, Dr. J. 8. Owens, 201
  • - Specific Heat and Dissociation in Internal Combustion Engines, H. T. Tizard and D. R. Pye, 257
  • - Speculation and Hypothesis, Professor A. S._ Eddington, 211
  • - Strength and Suitability of Engineering Materials, Presidential Address, Professor C. F. Jenkin, 200
  • - Testing Materials at High Temperatures, Professor F. C. Lea, 207
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester:
  • - Engineers and the Education Act of 1918, Mr. Spurley Hay, 511
  • - Manufacture’ and' Utilisation of Coal Gas, Developments in, F. J. West and T. A. Tomlinson, 567
  • - Radiological Testing of Materials, A. P. N. Fleming and J. R. Clarke, 642
  • - Vibration, Julius Frith, 430
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:
  • - Convention at Bradford and Ilkley, B.E.A.M.A. and I.M.E.A., Presidential Address, T. Roles, 17
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • - Autumn Meeting at Cardiff, 299, 306, 335 ; Programme, 124
  • - Cleaning Blast-furnace Gas, A. Hutchinson and E. Bury, 335
  • - Constitution of Nickel-Iron Alloys, Mr. D. Hanson and Miss H. E. Hanson, 307
  • - Electric Steels, C. G. Carlisle, 336
  • - Electrification of the Ebbw Vale Works and Collieries, Walter Dixon, 299, 306, 337
  • - Inter-crystalline Fracture in Mild Steel, Dr. W. Rosenhain and Mr. D. Hanson, 306
  • - Variations in Heat Supplied to Blast-furnace and Effect on Fuel Consumption, W. W. Hollings, 335
  • - Visits to Works, 306, 337
  • Institute of Metals:
  • - Annual May Lecture Announcement, Casting of Metals, Professor T. Turner, 298
  • - Autumn Meeting at Barrow, 272, 298, 330 ; Programme, 191
  • - Behaviour of Beta Brass when Cold-rolled, F. Johnson, 330
  • - Brass Foundry Practice at Vickers Limited, H. B. Weeks, 272
  • - Constitution of the Alloys of Aluminium and Magnesium, Mr. D. Hanson and Miss Marie L. V. Gayler, 298
  • - Crystal Growth and Recrystallisation in Metals, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Miss C. F. Elam, 272
  • - Effect of Antimony and Arsenic on Admiralty Gun-metal, R. T. Rolfe, 299
  • - Failure of Manganese Bronze, J. S. H. Dickenson, 330
  • - Influence of Gases on High-grade Brass, T. G. Bamford and W. E. Ballard, 298
  • - Service Experience with Condensers, Engi- neer-Lieut.-Commander G. B. Allen, 330
  • Institute of Transport :
  • - Training of Railway Staffs, Presidential Address by Lord Ashfield, 435
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers:
  • - Annual Summer Meeting, Visits to Derby, Sheffield and Manchester Works, 5
  • - Steel Research Committee, Some Notes on the Report of, J. H. S. Dickenson, 486, 500, 510, 513
  • - Works Management, Sir Tl. Fowler, Presidential Address, 398
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • - Conversazione and Exhibits, 42
  • - Cross Connections on the Elan Aqueduct of the Birmingham Corporation Waterworks, F. W. Macaulay, 501
  • - October Examinations, 1920, Pass List, -Interim, 597
  • - Presidential Address, J. A. Brodie, 446
  • - Standardised Shock Tests, Sir R. Hadfield and Mr. S. A. Main, 610
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers:
  • - Electric Railway Contact Systems, Sir Philip Dawson, 67
  • - Presidential Address, Llewellyn B. Atkinson, Review of Electrical Progress, 536
  • - Summer Meeting at Cardiff, 80
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers:
  • - Conversazione, 430
  • - Council Membership, 430 ; (Letter), 422
  • - Dinner to Engineering Professors, 591
  • - Human Factor in Industry, Alexander Ramsay, 104, 109, 583
  • - Lincoln Summer Meeting, Programme, 10 ; Papers and Visits, 82, 103; Dinner, 84
  • - New Power Station for Messrs. Marshall, Sons and Co., Gainsborough, F. J. Cribb, 106
  • - Presidential Address, Engineering during the War, Captain H. Riall Sankey, 418, 430, 451
  • - Recent Excavator Practice, F. H. Livens and W. Barnes, 82
  • - Road Transport by Steam Vehicles, P. W. Robson, 83
  • - Roman Lincoln, Lieut.-Colonel E. M. Sympson, 82
  • - Some Lincolnshire Oil Engines, F. H. Livens, 103, 108, 140, 506
  • - Sterilisation of Water by Chlorine Gas, Captain J. Stanley Arthur, 527, 531
  • - Thermodynamic Cycles in relation to Internal Combustion Engine, Dr. W. J. Walker, 640, 655, 666
  • - Thomas Hawksley Lecture on Limit Gauging, Sir R. T. Glazebrook, 473
  • - Uniflow Steam Engine, F. B. Perry, 104
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • - Comparative Trials of “Still” and “Sulzer” Engines, William Denny, 90
  • - Efficiency of Propulsion of Full-sized Ships, C. Frodsham Holt, 91
  • - Experimental Work in Connection with Diesel Engines, Engineer-Commander C. J. Hawkes, 90, 93
  • - Functions of the Merchant Ship, Sir Norman Hill, 38
  • - Naval Architects’ Awards, 461
  • - Safety of Life at Sea, Sir Westcott S. Abell, 54
  • - Standard Marine Boilers, Committee’s Report, 584
  • - Subdivision of Passenger Vessels, George Webster, 54
  • - Summer Conference at Liverpool, 34, 38, 54, 90, 93
  • - Visits to Works, 39, 55
  • Institution of Petroleum Technologists :
  • - Colloidal Fuel, L. W. Bates and H. O’Neill, 537
  • Society of Chemical Industry :
  • - Annual Meeting, 72
  • - Coke Oven Corrosion, W. J. Rees, 72
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering:
  • - Sound in Engineering and Navigation, W. D. Kirkpatrick, 658
  • Society, Physical:
  • - Construction of Thermo-couples by Electrodeposition, W. H. Wilson and Miss T. D. Epps, 143
  • Society, Royal, of Arts:
  • - Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, Alan A. C. Swinton, 592
  • AUSTRALIAN Subsidies, 222
  • Austria, Bank for Trade with, 222
  • Automatic Current Motor, 308
  • Axle Machining—see Machine Tools

B

  • BAGHDAD Railway—see Railways
  • Ball Bearings, Skefko Ball Bearing Company,
  • Bamford, T. G., and W. E. Ballard, on Influence of Gases on High-grade Brass, 298
  • Barnes, G. N., on Labour Leaders, 133
  • Barnwell, Captain F. S., on Technical Aspects of Service and Civil Aviation, 408, 431
  • Bates, L. W., and H. O’Neill, on Colloidal Fuel, 537
  • Baumann, K., on Feed Heating for Land Power Stations, 101, 127, 150
  • Bearings, Roller and Ball, Ransome and Maries Bearing Company, 333
  • Belgian Engineering Notes:
  • - 625, 649
  • - Congo, The, 625
  • - Harbour Works, 649
  • - Motor Show, 625
  • - Production, 625
  • - The Situation, 649
  • - Works at Ghent, 649
  • BELGIUM, Industrial Recovery of, 230
  • Belgium, Powerful Wireless Station for, 514
  • Belt, Leather, The Adhex, Monsieur Guillou, 590 ; (Letter), 606
  • Beneficial Accident, 46
  • Beta Brass when Cold-rolled, Behaviour of, F. Johnson, 330
  • Billets for Drop Forgers, H. Brearley, 308
  • Birmingham Waterworks—see Water Supply Blast-furnaces—.see Iron and Steel, also Engines Blow-down Explosion, 566
  • Boiler Feed-water Regulator, A. G. Mumford, Limited, 352
  • Boiler, Mercury Vapour, W. L. R. Emmet, 516
  • Boiler for Steam Wagon, at Smithfield Show, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 583
  • Boilers, Exhaust Gas, Cockerill Company’s Seraing Works, 495, 498
  • Boilers, Standard Marine, 584
  • Bolt Hole Widening and Boring Machine, A. and J. Morgan, 541
  • Books of Reference, 98, 187, 299, 304
  • Boring Mills—see Machine Tools
  • Brass, High-grade, Influence of Gases on, T. G. Bamford and W. E. Ballard, 298

Brearley, H., on Billets for Drop Forgers, 309

  • Breuil—see Works, Creusot, andc.
  • Bridge, Large Railway, 506
  • Bridge, New, at Shanghai, 164
  • Bridge, Suspension, Detroit-Windsor, 186
  • Britain’s Timber Supplies, 38
  • British Association, 229—see also Associations
  • British Engineering Standards Association, 37, 92, 422
  • British Machine Tool—see Machine Tools
  • British Railway Workshops in War Time, 27, 36, 77
  • British Trade with Cuba, 568
  • Broaching Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Bronze, Manganese, Failure of, J. S. H. Dickenson, 330
  • Broom, Talbot C., on Stresses in Portals and Similar Structures, 368, 393, 417
  • Buenos Aires, Province of, Drainage Problems in the, 669
  • Buildings, Heavy, Underpinning and Foundations of, 25
  • Burt Engine—see Engines

C

  • CALENDARS and Diaries, 647, 673
  • Canada, Fuel Oil in, 95
  • Canada, Water Power Development in, 76 ; (Letter), 134
  • Canadian Pulp and Paper, 80
  • Carey Oil Transmission System, 284
  • Carlisle, C. G., on Electric Steels, 336
  • Carpenter, Professor H. C. H., and Miss C. F. Elam, on Crystal Growth, andc., 272
  • Cars—see Motor, also Railway
  • Casting Pipe Specials in Green Sand, E. A. V. Linzey, 226
  • Catalogues, 48, 74, 98, 146, 190, 340, 597
  • Cave-Brown-Cave, T. R., on Airships as Cargo Carriers, 257
  • Cement, Portland, British Standard Specification for, 422
  • Chains, Power Transmission, Brampton Brothers, Limited, 248
  • Chains, Precautions in the Use of, 620
  • Char-a-bancs, 40 H.P. Maudslay Motor Company, Limited, 426
  • Characteristics of a Marine Propeller in a Non- uniform Stream, Professor T. B. Abell, 291
  • Chemical Engineering, 587
  • Chemical Works in Uruguay, 485
  • China, Another Blast-furnace in, 186
  • Chlorinator—see Water Supply, Sterilisation of Water, andc.
  • Civil Aviation—see Aeronautics

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES:

  • - Anemometer, Portable Direct-reading, for Coal Mine Ventilation Measurement, Professor J. T. M. Morris, 257
  • - Coal and Lignite in Spain, 591
  • - British Columbia, Coal in, 643
  • - Electrification of the Ebbw Vale Works and Collieries, Walter Dixon, 299, 306, 337
  • - Fuel Economy, Committee’s Report, 196
  • - German Coal Industry and Socialisation, 304
  • - Hoo Cannel, 545
  • - Labour Questions—see Labour
  • - Pulverised Coal Explosions, R. C. Harvey, 191
  • CO2 Recorder, Electrical, Cambridge and Paul Instrument Company, 333
  • Cockerill Engines—see Engines
  • Colloidal Fuel, Lindon W. Bates and Haylett O’Neill, 537
  • Commercial Airship—see Aeronautics, Air Conference
  • Concentrating Graphite, Hugh S. Spence, 258
  • Concrete Floor Arch at Thatcham, Berks, Test of, 408
  • Concrete Handling and Mixing Machinery, Winget, Limited, 33
  • Concrete Mixing Machinery, American, 193, 197, 275, 343, 354, 382—for Sub-headings, see American
  • Concrete Piles, Driving, through Hard Soil, 174
  • Condensers, Service Experience with, Engineer- Lieut.-Commander G. B. Allen, 330
  • Condensers, Surface, Luther D. Lovekin,. 618
  • Conservancy Works on the River Murray, Australia, 171, 180
  • Constantinople, Trade Situation at, 439
  • Contracts, 74, 266, 290, 314, 364, 468
  • Corrosion in Coke Ovens, W. J. Rees, 72
  • Corrosion, Problems of, 255
  • Coupling, Flexible, for Shafting, Wellman Bibby Company, Limited, 252
  • Coupling, Hose, E. Barnfather, 590
  • Cramp, Professor William, on Pneumatic Elevators, 257
  • Crane, Floating, 150-Ton, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Limited, 18
  • Crane, Floating, 150-Ton, 351
  • Crane, Travelling Gantry, J. H. Wilson and Co., Limited, 462
  • Crane, Travelling Gantry Now Form, J. H. Walker, 631
  • Crane, 200-Ton Floating, for Liverpool, Mammoth, A. F. Smulders, 375 378
  • Crane, 120-Ton Overhead Electric Travelling, with Telescopic Cage, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 66
  • Cream Separators, Watson, Laidlaw and Co., 9
  • Creusot—see Works, also Separate Headings Crompton, Colonel R. E., on Cutting Edges, 207
  • Crystal Growth and Recrystallisation in Metals, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Miss C. F. Elam, 272
  • Crystal Palace, Imperial War Museum, 41
  • Cuba, British Trade with, 568
  • Cultivator and Reversible Harrow, J. and H. McLaren, 582
  • Cultivator—see also Ploughing Machines
  • Current Motor, Automatic, 308
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 390, 414, 440, 466, 488, 492, 520, 546, 572, 598, 624, 625, 648, 674
  • Cutting Edges, Colonel R. E. Crompton, 207

D

  • DATUM Line, 380
  • Davey, Norman, Studies in Tidal Power,. 556, 578, 603, 634, 652 ; (Letters), 606, 644
  • Dawson, Sir Philip, on Electric Railway Contact Systems, 67
  • Dawson, Sir Trevor, on The Commercial Airship : Its Operation and Construction, 433, 501
  • Denny, William, on Comparative Trials of “Still” and “Sulzer” Engines, 90
  • Derby, Flooding of—see Derwent Valley
  • Derwent Valley River Lands, Reclamation of, 470
  • Desborough, Captain A., on Industrial Alcohol, 208
  • Detroit-Windsor Suspension Bridge,. 186
  • Development of Locomotives, andc.—see Railway Locomotives
  • Dickenson, J. H. S., on Failure of Manganese Bronze, 330
  • Dickenson, J. H. S., Notes on Report of the Steel Research Committee of the Institution of Automobile Engineers, 486, 500, 510, 513
  • Diesel Coaches—see Railways
  • Diesel Engines—see Engines
  • Dixon, Walter, on The Electrification of the Ebbw Vale Works and Collieries, 299, 306, 337
  • Dollar Education, 482
  • Drain Excavator, the “Revolt,” S. Lincolnshire Agricultural Engineering Company, 58
  • Drainage Problems in the Province of Buenos Aires, 669
  • Drawing Implements, Some Useful, J. St. V. Pletts, 670
  • Dredger, Hopper, Steel Steamer Hydro, 176, 177
  • Dredger, Largest Gold-mining, 389
  • Drill, Steam, and Drilling Barge for Reef Removal, Dr. J. S. Owens, 201
  • Drills—see also Machine Tools
  • Driving Concrete Piles through Hard Soil, 174
  • Drop Forges, Billets for, H. Brearley, 309
  • Dunlop, James, on The Development of Locomotive Valve Gear, 15, 49
  • Dutch Engineering and Iron and Steel Competition, 356
  • Dynamical Method of Raising Gases to a High Temperature, Professor W. H. Watkinson, 198
  • Dynamical Reflections of a Ride on a Footplate, Sir G. Greenhill, 193

E

  • EBBW Vale—see Coal and Collieries Economiser Explosion at Huddersfield, 398
  • Economisers—see Feed Heating Economy Fuel—see Fuel
  • Eddington, Professor A. S., on Speculation and Hypothesis, 211, 229, 230
  • Edge, S. F., on Farm Tractors from the Viewpoint of the User, 256
  • Education Act, 1918, Mr. Spurley Hay, 511
  • Education, Dollar, 482
  • Educational Intelligence, 46, 190, 289
  • Egypt, American Chamber of Commerce in, 642
  • Elan Aqueduct—see Water Supply

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • - Alternating-current Welding Equipment, Alloy Welding Processes, Limited, 360, 361
  • - Austria, Electrification Work in, 156
  • - British Electrical Development Association, Meeting, 636
  • - Canada, Water Power Development in, 76 ; (Letter), 134

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued)

  • - CREUSOT AND ITS ASSOCIATED WORKS, Messrs. Schneider and Co. (Sixteen-page Supplement and Four-page Supplement, September 17 th, 1920)
  • -- Alternators, Gas Engine Coupled, and Steam-driven Turbo-alternators, Schnei- der-Zoelly (Creusot), v
  • -- Dynamo Erecting Shop, Champagne-sur Seine, xiii
  • -- Electric Furnaces (Creusot), v
  • -- “Electro - Metals” Steel Furnaces (Creusot), vii
  • - Diesel - electric Self - propelled Railway Coaches, 511
  • - Direct-current Welding Outfit, A.W.P. Electrodes, Alloy Welding Processes, Limited, 360
  • - Ebbw Vale Works and Collieries, Electrification of, Walter Dixon, 299, 306, 337
  • - Electrical CO2 Recorder, Cambridge and Pau Instrument Company, 333
  • - Electro-deposited Iron : Its Value, andc., W. E. Hughes, 350 ; (Letter), 478
  • - Electro-plating Machinery, W. Canning and Co., Limited, 332
  • - Enclosed Motor for Steel Works, Bruce Peebles and Co., Limited, 504
  • - German Electrical Engineering Industry, Herr Henrich, 127
  • - “Heald” Magnetic Chucks, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 361
  • - Magnetic Ore Separator, Rapid Magnetting Machine Company, 361
  • - Holland, Electrification Schemes for, 186
  • - Hydro-electric Power Works at Great Lake, Tasmania, 3, 12, 40 (Two-page Supplement, July 2nd, 1920)
  • - Japan, Electrical Enterprises in, 106
  • - Lighting and Starting Sets for Commercial Vehicles at Olympia, 426
  • - Lister-Bruston Automatic Electric Lighting Sets, 58
  • - Locomotives, Railway—see Railways
  • - London, Electric Power Supply in, 379
  • - Machine Tool Driving at Olympia, 235
  • - Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition Miscellaneous Electrical Exhibits, 247
  • - Machine Tool Speed Indicator, C. E. Lugard and Co., 361
  • - Magnetic Chucks, J. H. Humphreys and Sons, 248
  • - Metallic Filament Lamp Industry, Pope’s Electric Lamp Company, 580
  • - Millivoltmeter, Foster Instrument Company, 247
  • - Motor Car, “Crown Magnetic,” 498 ; (Letters), 528, 558, 606, 644
  • - Motor Switch Panel, British Thomson- Houston Company, Limited, 247, 248
  • - Motor Vehicles, Electric, at Olympia, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, General Vehicle Company, R. Garrett and Sons, 402, 404, 425
  • - New Zealand, Electrical Developments in, 487 “ N.I.-F.E.” Battery for Motor Vehicles, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 400
  • - Oil-electric Drive on Shipboard, 612, 616
  • - Oil Switches for Large Electrical Supply Systems, 220
  • - Omnibus, Petrol - electric, Tilling - Stevens Motors, Limited, 424, 425
  • - Peebles La-Cour Motor Converter, 504
  • - Petrol-driven Electric Lighting Sets, W. H. Dorman and Co., Limited, and Alamo Electric, Limited, 58
  • - Petrol-electric Generating Sets, A. Lyon and Wrench, Limited, 58
  • - Power Station, Marshall, Sons and Co., Gainsborough, 106
  • - Pyrometer, Radiation, and Thermo-couple Recorder, Foster Instrument Company, 247
  • - Pyrometers, Electrical, Foster Instrument Company, 247
  • - Railways—see Railways
  • - Railway Power Plants and their Management, 665
  • - Relay Motor Starter, Electrical Apparatus Company, 332
  • - Resistance Charging Units, Igranic Electric Company, 235
  • - “Split Field” Motor Drive, John Stirk and Sons, Limited, 245, 246
  • - Steels, Electric, C. G. Carlisle, 336
  • - Taxes, New Motor, and Industrial Electric Trucks, 568
  • - Thermo-couples, Construction by Electrodeposition, W. H. Wilson and Miss T. D. Epps, 143
  • - Thermometer, Electrical Distance, Cambridge and Paul Instrument Company, 333
  • - Tipping Wagons, Electrical, at Olympia, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, General Vehicle Company, 402, 404.; Newton Bros., 424, 425
  • - Turbo-alternators at Stoke-on-Trent, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 150
  • - Turbo-generator, 20-Kilowatt, Greenwood and Batley, Limited, 246
  • - Two-ton Electric Truck, Greenwood and Batley r Limited, 246, 247
  • - United Alkali Company’s New Power Station,
  • - Vamma Hydro-electric Plant, 324
  • - Wire Rod Rolling Mill, Electrically Operated, Whitecross Company, Limited, 250, 251
  • - Zinc, Electrolytic, S. Field, 231
  • ELEVATORS, Pneumatic, Professor Wm. Cramp, 257
  • Ellington, Air Vice-Marshal, on Aircraft Research and Developments, 407, 409
  • End Standards—see Standards
  • Enemy Patents, Restored, 283
  • Energy, Problem of the World’s Supply of, Dr. S. A. Arrhenius, 139

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • General:
  • - Darlington Show, Steam and Internal Combustion Engines, 8, 32, 58
  • - Ramsay Marine Engine Governor, 538
  • - Valves for Steam and Gas Engines, Charles Hurst, 152
  • Internal Combustion Engines :
  • - Burt Single Sleeve Valve Petrol Engine, Wallace Farm Implements, Limited, 154 155, 158

ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued):

  • Internal Combustion Engines (continued):
  • - Cockerill Blast-furnace Gas Engines, Professor H. Hubert, 495 ; (Letter), 558
  • - Condor, 600 H.P., and other Engines at the International Exhibition, Rolls - Royce Company, 78, 80
  • - CREUSOT AND ITS ASSOCIATED WORKS, Messrs. Schneider and Co., Engines at, (Sixteen-page Supplement and Four-page Supplement, September 11th, 1920)
  • -- Gas Blowing Engines (Creusot), ii, iv, v, xiv, xv
  • -- Gas Blowing Engines (La Normande), xiii, xiv
  • - Crossley’s 6 H.P. Gas Engine, Governor Mechanism, andc., 8, 9
  • - Diesel - electric Self - propelled Railway Coaches, 511
  • - Diesel Engines, Experimental Work, andc., C. J. Hawkes, 90, 93
  • - Diesel Engines for South America, Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Limited, 210
  • - Engines for Oil-electric Yachts Elfay and Guinivere and Beam Trawler Mariner, 612, 616
  • - Green Engine Company’s Motor for Avro Aeroplanes, 52
  • - Hamworthy Oil Engine Winch, 58
  • - High Compression Marine Oil Engine, Plenty and Son, Limited, 224, 225
  • - High-speed Petrol Engines, H. R. Ricardo, 256
  • - Lincolnshire Oil Engines, F. H. Livens, 103, 108, 140, 506
  • - Motor Car, 19.6 H.P. Engine, Crossley Motors, Limited, 450
  • - Motor Car Engine, Eight-cylinder, Leyland . Motors, Limited, 476, 477
  • - Motor Car Engine, 11.9 H.P. Four-cylinder, E. T. White and Co., 476, 477
  • - Motor Car Engines at Olympia and White City Exhibition, 450, 476
  • - Motor for Plough and other Farm Implements, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Limited, 33
  • - Motor Windlasses for Cable Haulage Ploughing, J. and H. McLaren, 32
  • - Napier 450 H.P. “Lion” Aero-engine, 78, 86
  • - National Gas Engine Company’s 5 H.P. Petrol, Paraffin or Gas Engine, 8, 9
  • - Smail Petrol and Paraffin Engines and SemiDiesel Crude Oil Engines, Petters Limited, 58
  • - Specific Heat and Dissociation in Internal Combustion Engines, H. T. Tizard and D. R. Pye, 257
  • - Stafford Motor Car Engine, 499
  • - “Still” and “Sulzer” Engines, Comparative Trials of, William Denny, 90
  • - Surface Ignition Engine, W. H. Allen, Son and Co., Limited, 32
  • - Thermodynamic Cycles in Relation to Internal Combustion Engines, Dr. W. J. Walker, 640, 655, 666
  • - Three-cylinder Vertical Gas Engine, 120 H.P., National Gas Engine Company, 567
  • - “Tiger” 500 H.P. Aero-engine and Aircooled Aero-engines, Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Limited, 78, 86
  • - Water Injection in Crude Oil Engines, 631

Steam Engines :

  • - CREUSOT WORKS, MESSRS. SCHNEIDER AND Co., Steam-driven Corliss Engines, ii, viii (Fifteen-page Supplement, September 17th, 1920)
  • - Engines for Tractors and Wagons—see Tractors and Wagons
  • - Geared Steam Engine, 25,000 H.P., for a Rolling Mill, Mesta Machine Company, 110
  • - Italian Coastal Torpedo Boats, “P.N.” Class, Engines of, C. and T. T. Pattison, 630, 638
  • - Meandros Steamship Engines, J. I. Thorny- croft and Co., Limited, 152, 534, 542
  • - Uniflow Steam Engine, F. B. Perry, 104, 113 : (Letters), 134, 164, 211, 236, 260, 309, 326, 376, 478, 515
  • ENGINEERING Conditions in France, 138, 154
  • Engineering During the War, Captain H. Riall Sankey, 418, 430, 451
  • Engineering Literature—see Newcomen Society
  • Engineering Materials, Strength and Suitability of, Professor C. F. Jenkin, 200
  • Engineering, Navy—see also Naval Matters
  • Engineering News—see also French, Belgium, South America
  • Engineering Standards—see British
  • Excavator Practice, Recent, F. H. Livens and W. Barnes, 82

EXHIBITIONS :

  • - Commercial Motor Vehicle, 400, 404, 424, 425
  • - International Aero Exhibition, 52, 62, 78 (Two-page Supplement, July 16th, 1920)
  • - Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition, 228, 232, 233, 244, 254. 269, 274, 291, 302, 303, 328, 331, 357
  • - Motor Car Show, Olympia and White City, 450, 476, 498, 509 '
  • - Royal Agricultural Show at Darlington, 8, 32, 58
  • - Shipbuilding, Engineering and Electrical Exhibition at Glasgow, 504, 538
  • - Smithfield Club Show, 582
  • - Work by Disabled Ex-Service Men, 98
  • EXPLOSION, Blow-down, 566
  • Explosion at an Ironworks, 670
  • Ex-Service Men, 165

F

  • FARM Tractors from the View-point of the User, S. F. Edge, 256
  • Feed Heating for Land Power Stations, K. Baumann, 101, 127, 150
  • Feed-water Regulator, Automatic, A. G. Mumford, Limited, 352
  • Field, Samuel, on Electrolytic Zinc, 231
  • Filtration of Water, Rapid. Sir A. C. Houston, 218
  • Firms—see Histories of
  • Fisher, Lord, 63
  • Fleming, A. P. M., and J. R. Clarke, on Radio logical Testing of Materials, 642
  • Flexible Coupling, Wellman Bibby Company, Limited, 252
  • Floating Crane, 150-Tons, 351
  • Flour-milling Machinery, T. Robinson and Son, Limited, 32
  • Force and Power of Waves, I. Hiroi, 184
  • Forgers, Drop, Billets for, H. Brearley, 308
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 24, 48, 74, 124, 148, 170, 192, 216, 242, 266, 290 316, 342. 366, 392, 416, 442, 468, 494, 522, 548, 574, 600, 626, 650, 676
  • Fowler, Sir H., on Works Management, 398
  • France, Engineering Conditions in, 138, 154
  • France, Financial Position in, 456
  • France, Motor Fuel Tests in, 515
  • France, Unemployment in, 669
  • Freezing Fish, 617

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES:

  • - 23, 47, 73, 99, 123, 147, 169, 191, 215, 241, 265, 289, 315, 341, 365, 391, 415, 441, 467, 491, 521, 547, 573, 599, 675
  • - African Development, 573
  • - American Coal, 441 599
  • - Apprenticeship, 169, 289
  • - Basset Process, 191
  • - Belgium, Situation in, 147
  • - Cession of Arsenals, 241
  • - Cheap Power, 547
  • - Cheaper Production, 391
  • - Coal, 99, 215
  • - Coke, 73
  • - Cold Storage, 47
  • - Colonial Development, 2 15
  • - Colonial Institute, 47
  • - Colonial Transport, 573
  • - Commercial Ebb, 599
  • - Commercial Reaction, 491
  • - Currency and Trade, 675
  • - Eight Hours’ Day, 23
  • - Electrification, 391
  • - Electrification of Railways, 73
  • - Electro-pneumatic Control, 73
  • - Export Trade, 467
  • - Exports, 123
  • - Foreign Trade, 215, 365
  • - Fuel Economies, 521
  • - Fuel Economy, 99, 147
  • - Harbour Works, 315
  • - Havre-Paris Pipe Line, 99
  • - Hours of Labour, 215
  • - Hydraulic Power, 191
  • - Industrial Recovery, 169
  • - I. C.F., The, 23
  • - Inland Waterways, 391
  • - International Agreements, 265
  • - International Chamber of Commerce, 47
  • - International Traffic, 547
  • - Iron Ore, 47
  • - Joy-Stick, 241, 441
  • - Labour, 241
  • - Labour Problem, 341
  • - Loire, The, 341
  • - Manufacturing Costs, 675
  • - Mechanical Coal Getting, 441
  • - Metallurgical Prices, 191
  • - Miners, 547
  • - Miners’ Agitation, 467, 491
  • - Motor Cars, 265
  • - Motor Industry, 365
  • - Motor Trade, 467
  • - Naval Programme, 289
  • - New Steel Process, 123
  • - Oil Supplies, 467
  • - Origin of the Steamboat, 341
  • - Paris Sanitation, 315
  • - Paris Transport, 123
  • - Paris Water Supply, 341
  • - Phosphates in Morocco, 169
  • - Profit-sharing, 365
  • - Prohibition of Imports, 99
  • - Public Transport, 23, 521
  • - Railway Convention, 573
  • - Railway Disasters, 415
  • - Railway Deficit, 441
  • - Railway Organisation,. 491
  • - Railway Reconstruction, 73
  • - Rate of Exchange, 521
  • - Reconstruction, 123, 147, 191
  • - Reduced Rates for Export, 599
  • - Revision of War Contracts, 169
  • - Rhine Navigation, 315
  • - Rhine, The, 289, 391
  • - Situation, The, 415
  • - Submarines for Exploration, 289
  • - Suction Gas Economy, 289
  • - Suggested Remedies, 675
  • - Tax on Imports, 315
  • - Tax on Turnover, 241
  • - Threatened Strike, 521
  • - Trade Organisation, 265
  • - Trade Problems, 573
  • - Trade Recovery, 147
  • - Transports, 265
  • - Unemployed Railwaymen, 23
  • - Wages and Work, 547
  • - Water Supply, 415
  • - Works in Brittany, 215
  • - Works at Havre, 365
  • FRENCH Tramways Amalgamation, 183
  • Frith, Julius, on Vibration, 430
  • Fuel, Colloidal, L. W. Bates and H. O’Neill, 537
  • Fuel Economy, Committee’s Report, 196, 231
  • Fuel, Motor, Position in the United States, 64
  • Fuel for Motor Transport, 87
  • Fuel Oil in Canada, 95
  • Fuels and Forests, 181
  • Functions of the Merchant Ship, Sir Norman Hill, 38

G

  • “GALECO” Rust-proofing Process, Galvanising Equipment Company, Limited, 539
  • Garage, Special Construction for, 512
  • Gas, Coal, Manufacture and Utilisation of, F. J. West and T. A. Tomlinson, 567
  • Gas Engines—see Engines
  • Gas, Oil and Electricity, 429
  • Gas by the Therm, 509
  • Gas Turbine Ship Climax, New Year's Eve Vision, 664
  • Gases, Influence of, on High-grade Brass, T. G. Bamford and W. E. Ballard, 298
  • Gases, Raising, to a High-temperature, .Dynamical Method of, Professor W. H. Watkinson, 198
  • Gauge—see Tank Gauge, also Railways
  • Gauges, Hardened Screw, Manufacture of, Coventry Gauge and Tool Company, 310, 311
  • Gear-cutting Machines—see Machine Tools German Coal Industry and Socialisation, 304
  • German Giant Gun, Sir George Greenhiil, 651 German Liners—see Ships
  • German Machinery Industry, 13
  • German Midland Ship Canal, 606
  • Germany, Industrial Concentration in, 429
  • Germany, Mechanical Engineering Industry in, 351
  • Germany, Shipbuilding in, 137
  • Gilboa Dam—see Water Supply
  • Glasgow, Exhibition—see Exhibitions
  • Glazebrook, Sir R. T., on Limit Gauging, 473
  • Gold-mining Dredger, Largest, 389
  • Graphite, Concentrating, Hugh S. Spence, 258
  • Greenhill, Sir G., Dynamical Reflections of a Ride on a Footplate, 193
  • Greenhill, Sir G., on the German Giant Gun, 65
  • Grinding Machines—see Machine Tools Grinding Wheels and Grinding Material, Universal Grinding Wheel Company, 248
  • Gully-clearing Wagon, Straker-Squire, Limited, 424, 425

H

  • HANSON, Mr. D., and Miss Marie L. V. Gayler, on The Constitution of the Alloys of Aluminium and Magnesium, 298
  • Hanson, Mr. D. and Miss H. E., on The Constitution of Nickel-iron Alloys, 307
  • Hardened Screw Gauges, Manufacture of, Coventry Gauge and Tool Company, 310, 311
  • Hardness and Strength of Metals, 535 : (Letters), 580
  • Havre—Paris Oil Pipe Line, 142, 591
  • Hawkes, Engineer-Commander C. J., on Experimental Work with Diesel Engines, 90, 93
  • Hawkesley, Thomas, Lecture—see Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  • Haymaker, Butter Churn, andc., at Darlington Show. Robert Boby, Limited, 9
  • Heating Surface, 561
  • Hedjaz, Machinery for The, 660
  • Henrich, Herr, on The German Electrical Engineering Industry, 127
  • Heslop,-Major D. G., on The Baghdad Railwav, 469, 480, 523, 551, 560, 601 (Two-page Coloured Supplement, November 26th, 1920)
  • Hick, B., and Son—see Histories
  • Hill, Sir Norman, on The Functions of the Merchant Ship, 38
  • Hiroi, I., on The Force and Power of Waves, 184
  • Historical Engineering Literature—see Newcomen Society
  • Histories, Short, of Famous Firms, 102, 369, 419 ; (Letters), 448, 478
  • Holland, Electrification Schemes for, 186
  • Hollings, W. W., on Variations in Heat Supplied to the Blast-furnace, andc., 335
  • Holt, C. Frodsham, on The Efficiency of Propulsion of Full-sized Ships, 91
  • Hoo Cannel, 545
  • Hopper Dredger—see Dredger
  • Hose Coupling, E. Barnfather. 590
  • Hours—see Labour
  • Houston, Sir A. C., on The Rapid Filtration of Water, 219
  • Howitzer, 12in., on Railway Truck Mounting, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 204, 209
  • Hubert, Professor H., on Cockerill Blast furnace Gas Engines, 495 ; (Letter), 558
  • Hudson River Vehicular Tunnel, 394
  • Hughes, W. E., on Electro-deposited Iron : Its Value, andc., 350 ; (Letter), 478
  • Hulme, E. W., Introduction to the Literature of Historical Engineering to 1640, 483
  • Human Factor in Industry, Alexander Ramsay, 104, 109, 583
  • Hurst, Charles, on Valves for Steam and Gas Engines, 152
  • Hutchinson, A., and E. Bury, on Blast-furnace Gas Cleaning, 335
  • Hydro-electric Developments at Niagara, 608
  • Hydro-electric Plant at Vamma, Norway, 324
  • Hydro-electric Power Works at Great Lake, Tasmania, 3, 12, 40 (Two-page Supplement, July 2nd, 1920)
  • Hydro-electric Scheme for New Plymouth, New Zealand, 215
  • Hypothesis in Science, Pole of, 230—see also Speculation

I

  • IMPERIAL War Museum, 41
  • Impurities—see Iron and Steel
  • Industrial Administration, Institute of, Organisation of Payment by Results, 19
  • Industrial Alcohol, Captain A. Desborouffii, 208
  • Industrial Concentration in Germany, 429
  • Industrial Electric Vehicles—see Electrical Matters
  • Industrial League, 137
  • Industrial Questions—see also Labour
  • Industrial Recovery of Belgium, 230
  • Institutions—see Associations
  • Instruments for Industrial Use, 379
  • Insurance, Unemployment, Act, 1920, 178
  • Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines International Aero Exhibition—see Exhibitions

IRON AND STEEL:

  • - Argentine, Iron Industry in the, 474
  • - Automobile Steels, 486, 500, 510, 513
  • - Belgium, Industrial Recovery of, 230
  • - Blast-furnace in China, 186
  • - Blast-furnace Gas, Cleaning, A. Hutchinson and E. Bury, 335
  • - Constitution of Nickel-iron Alloys, Mr. D. Hanson and Miss H. E. Hanson, 307

IRON AND STEEL (continued):

  • - CREUSOT AND ITS ASSOCIATED WORKS, Iron and Steel Works, Schneider and Co. (Sixteen-page Supplement and Four- page Supplement, September 17th, 1920)
  • - Breuil:
  • -- Casting Pits, x
  • -- Gas Producers, x
  • -- Open-hearth Furnace, 60-Ton, and Shop, vi, vii, x (Four-page Supplement)
  • -- Rolling Mills, x
  • -- Steel Works, i, vi, vii, x (Four-page Supplement)
  • - Creusot :
  • -- Basic Open-hearth Furnaces, Crucible Furnaces, and Electric Furnaces, v (Four-page Supplement)
  • -- Blast-furnaces, ii-iv
  • -- Blast-furnace Engines—see Engines
  • -- Boilers, Babcock and Wilcox, Kestner, v Central Power Station, v
  • -- Coke Oven and By-product Plant, iv
  • -- “Electro-Metals” Steel Furnaces, vii
  • -- Forging Dpeartment, viii (Four-page Supplement)
  • -- Gas Producers, v, vii
  • -- Rolling Mills, Cogging, Heavy Plate, Bar and Finishing, Sheet, Armour Plate, Tire Roughing and Finishing, vii, viii (Four-page Supplement)
  • -- Steel Department, v
  • -- Steel Foundry, vii
  • -- Henri-Paul Works at Montchanin. Iron and Bronze Foundry, x
  • - La Normande :
  • -- Blast-furnaces, xi, xii-xiv
  • -- Coke Oven and By-product Recovery Plant, xiv
  • -- Metal Mixer, 700-Ton Gas-fired, xiv, xv
  • -- Open-hearth Furnaces and Bessemer Converters, xiv
  • -- Open-hearth Ingot Stripper, xiv, xv
  • -- Rolling Mills, xiv
  • -- Steel Works, xiv, xv
  • - Dutch Engineering and Iron and Steel Competition, 356
  • - Electric Steel, C. G. Carlisle, 336
  • - Electro-deposited Iron : Its Value, andc., W. E. Hughes, 350 ; (Letter), 478
  • - Impurities in Iron and Steel, 205 ; (Letters), 375, 528
  • - Inter-crystalline Fracture in Mild Steel, Dr. W. Rosenhain and Mr. D. Hanson, 306
  • - International Iron and Steel Trade, 384
  • - Iron Industry of South Wales, A. E. Trueman, 231
  • - Iron and Steel Institute—see Associations
  • - Irthlingborough Iron Ore Mines, 177
  • - Japanese Iron Oxide Sand, Steel from, 643
  • - Local Heating of Steel, 329
  • - Motor, Enclosed, for Steel Works, Bruce Peebles and Co., Limited, 504
  • - Problems of Corrosion, 255
  • - Properties of Steels—see Report of the Steel Research Committee
  • - Report of Steel Research Committee of the Institution of Automobile Engineers, Notes on, J. H. S. Dickenson, 486, 500, 510, 513
  • - South African Iron, 206
  • - Steel Research, 561
  • - Temperature of Steel Exposed to the Sun, 606
  • - Tungsten, Papers by Professor C. H. Desch and J. L. F. Vogel, 231
  • - Variations in Heat Supplied to Blast-furnace andc., W. W. Rollings, 335
  • ISSUE of Great Moment, 205
  • Italy, Industrial Unrest in, 422

J

  • JENKIN, Professor C. F., on Strength and Suitability of Engineering Materials, 200
  • Johnson, F., on Features in Behaviour of Betabrass when Cold Rolled, 330
  • Jutland—see Ships, Naval Matters

K

  • KIRKPATRICK, W. D., on Sound Engineering and Navigation, 658

L

  • LABORATORY, National Physical, Report, 68

LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES, AND WAGES QUESTIONS:

  • - Datum Lino, 380
  • - Hours of Work, 347
  • - Human Factor in Industry, Alexander Ramsay, 104, 109
  • - Industrial League, 137
  • - Industrial Peace, 279
  • - Industrial Unrest in Italy, 422
  • - Issue of Great Moment, 205
  • - Labour, 405 ; (Letter), 448
  • - Labour Leaders, G. N. Barnes, 133
  • - Labour and Trade, Sir Alfred Yarrow, 594
  • - Lost Industry, 6
  • - Organisation of Payment by Results, J. E. Powell, 19
  • - Overtime in the Engineering Trades, 352
  • - Payment by Results in the Coalfields, 355 : (Letter), 376
  • - Threatened National Lock-out, 255
  • - Trades Union Ballots, 114
  • - Unemployment in France, 669
  • - Unemployment Insurance Act, 1920, 178
  • - Wage Increase Refused, 88, 92
  • - Work by Disabled Ex-Service Mon. 98
  • - Works Management, Sir H. Fowler, 398
  • LABOUR-SAVING Devices in a Motor .Car Works, 132, 133, 136
  • La Normande—see Works, Creusot, andc.
  • Lathes—see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 22, 48, 74, 148. 170, 191, 216, 288, 340, 392, 439, 597, 650, 673
  • Laws of High-speed Punching, Captain T. J. Tresidder, 126 ; (Letter), 309
  • Lea, Professor F. C., on Testing Materials at High Temperatures, 207

LEADERS:

  • - Admiralty and Research, 663
  • - Automatic Train Control, 355
  • - Britain’s Timber Supplies, 38
  • - British Association, 229
  • - British Machine Tool Trade, 303
  • - Chemical Engineering, 587
  • - Datum Line, 380
  • - Developments in Naval Design, 159
  • - Dollar Education, 482
  • - Electric Power Supply in London, 379
  • - Engineering Branch of the Navy, 88
  • - Financial Position in France, 456
  • - Fuel for Motor Transport, 87
  • - Fuels and Forests, 181
  • - Future of the Railways, 536
  • - Gas, Oil, and Electricity, 429
  • - Gas by the Therm, 509
  • - German Coal Industry and Socialisation, 304
  • - German Machinery Industry, 13
  • - Hardness and Strength of Metals, 535
  • - Heating Surface, 561
  • - Impurities in Steel, 205
  • - Industrial Concentration in Germany, 429
  • - Industrial League, 137
  • - Industrial Peace, 279
  • - Instruments for Industrial Use, 379
  • - Issue of Great Moment, 205
  • - Jutland Narrative, 456
  • - Labour, 405
  • - Lessons from Jutland, 639
  • - Local Heating of Steel, 329
  • - Locomotive, A New, 663
  • - Locomotives for China, 181
  • - London Trams and Motor Omnibuses, 37
  • - Lord Fisher, 63
  • - Metallurgical Patents, 455
  • - Motor Car Industry, 509
  • - New Railway Policy, 13
  • - Our Ignorance Concerning Lubricants, 613
  • - Payment by Results in the Coalfields, 355
  • - Perfecting the Railway Machine, 587
  • - Power Alcohol, 481
  • - Problems of Corrosion, 255
  • - Railway Electrification, 329
  • - Railways’ Counter Proposals, 613
  • - Shipbuilding in Germany, 137
  • - Speculation and Hypothesis, 229
  • - Standard Specifications and Research, 37
  • - Standards and Foreign Markets, 160
  • - Steel Research, 561
  • - Technical Discussion, 640
  • - Technical Literature, 113
  • - Threatened National Lock-out, 255
  • - Threatened Slump, 64
  • - Trade Union Ballots, 114
  • - Uniflow Steam Engine, 113
  • - Wise Wages Award, 88
  • LEATHER Belt, New Type of, the Adhex, Monsieur Guillou, 590 ; (Letter), 606

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS :

  • - England, North of, 21, 45, 71, 97, 98, 121, 145, 167, 189, 213, 239, 240, 263, 287, 312, 339, 340, 363, 388, 412, 438, 464, 490, 491, 518. 544, 545, 570, 571, 596, 622, 646, 672
  • - Lancashire, 20, 44, 70, 95, 120, 144, 166, 188, 212, 238, 262, 285, 312, 338, 362, 387, 411, 436, 463, 489, 517, 543, 569, 594, 621, 645, 671
  • - Midlands and Staffordshire, 19, 43, 69, 95. 119, 122, 143, 165, 187, 211, 237, 261, 264. 285, 311, 337, 340, 361, 386, 410, 436, 462. 488, 516, 519, 542, 568, 594, 620, 644, 670
  • - Scotland, 21, 45, 71, 98, 121, 145, 167, 189, 213, 239, 264, 287, 313, 339, 364, 389, 412, 438, 464, 490, 518, 544, 570, 596, 622, 623, 646, 672
  • - Sheffield, 19, 22, 44, 46, 70. 72, 96, 120, 122, 144, 165, 188, 212, 238, 2'40, 262, 264, 286. 288, 312, 314, 338, 362, 364, 388. 411, 413. 437, 439, 463, 465, 490, 517, 519, 543, 569, 595, 597, 621, 645, 672
  • - Wales and Adjoining Counties, 21, 22, 46, 72, 97, 98, 122, 146, 168, 189, 190, 214, 240, 264, 288, 314, 339, 364, 389, 413, 438, 439, 464, 465, 490, 491, 519, 545, 570, 571, 596, 597. 623, 647, 673

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

  • - Aeronautics and the State, H. S. Wildeblood, 6
  • - Continuous Brakes for Goods Trains, E. H. Paulin, 6 ; K. C. Strahan, 60 ; T. Barty, 60; P. Sengfield, 261 ; J. W. Cross, 309
  • - Corroded Steel Stanchions, Muntz's Metal Company, 606
  • - Crown Magnetic Car, S. P. Christie, 528. 641 ; R. Le Grice Elers, 558 : Magnetic Transmission Company, 606
  • - Deane, Mr. Henry, H. J. Deane, 261
  • - Electro-deposited Iron, Sherard Cowper- Coles, 478
  • - Excess Profits and the Manufacturing Engineer, Stafford Ransome, 165
  • - Film in Industry, E. W. Rainer, 478
  • - Finsbury Technical College, An Old Student, 84
  • - Hardness and Strength of Metals, C. Sumpter, 580
  • - Hopetoun Foundry, J. W. Bolton, 478 ; Mecanicien, 528—see also Whessoe Foundry
  • - Hot Water and Domestic Supply Services, W. J. Hollinworth, 84
  • - Impurities in Steel, H. Brearley, 375 ; C. P. Sandberg, 528
  • - Internal Combustion Engine Nomenclature, C. W. T., 644
  • - Kitching, Messrs. W. A., E. L. Ahrons, 478
  • - Labour Troubles, Wm. S. G. Kinmond, 448
  • - Large Gas Engines, J. H. Hamilton, 558
  • - Laws of High-speed Punching, W. Worby Beaumont, 309
  • - Leather Belt, New Type of, Geo. T. Pardoe, 606
  • - Locomotive Footplate Experiences, E. C. Poultney, 134; Wm. T. Holcker, 236; P. H. Parr, 260 ; W. B. Thompson, 376
  • - Locomotive Piston Valves, J. T. Wallis, 60
  • - London and North-Western Oil-fired Locomotive, F. R. Macdonald, 261
  • - Low Temperature Cycle for Large Internal Combustion Engines, J. R. Kingston, 164

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):

  • - Lowering Heavy Weights by the Flow of Sand, H. Addison, 326 ; W. J. Barnett, 606
  • - Manufacturers’ Representatives in South Africa, British Manufacturers Representatives’ Association of South Africa, 528
  • - Mechanical Stokers, E. C. S., 422
  • - Mechanics of Solidity, J. Innes, 580
  • - Milling Acme Threads, J. W., 478 ; A. D., 580
  • - Payment by Results in the Coalfields W. H. G., 376
  • - Piston Valves versus “ D ” Valves, H. L. Senior, 6
  • - Power Alcohol, Parsons Motor Company- Limited, 134
  • - Press Job, S. J. Eglinton, 261 ; H. C. Armitage, 422
  • - Railway Problems, B. D. H. Bean, 134
  • - Registration of Engineers and Federation of Engineering Institutions, P. Griffith, 84
  • - Severn Tidal Power Scheme, Henry Davey, 558
  • - Shaft Coupling, A New, J. T. Towlson, 165
  • - Steam Boiler Efficiency, Jas. Dunlop, 60
  • - The “Mechanicals” and Associate Members of Council, E. R. Dolby, 422
  • - Tidal Power, Arthur Oates, 606 ; S. O’Dwyer, 644
  • - Tractors—Lessons of the War, G. Goddard, 478
  • - Trouble with a Chain Drive, J. Watney and Co., 528 ; Geo. T. Pardoe, 558
  • - Uniflow Engine, F. W. Dean, 515 ; A. J. W. Graham, 164, 211 ; Thos. Hill, 309 ; A. C. Pain, 164, 236, 326 ; F. B. Perry, 134, 21 I, 309 ; Robey and Co., Limited, 376 ; F. Schubeler, 478 ; D. M. Stuart, 260 ; J. M. Walshe, 515 ; X., 260
  • - Uniflow Steam Engines, F. Schubeler, 478
  • - Wasted Water Power, Arthur Newman, 558 ; W. Walker, 580
  • - Water Power Development in Canada, T. Stevens, 134
  • - Whessoe Foundry, W. Boby and Son, 448 ; E. L. Ahrons, 478—see also Hopetoun Foundry
  • LINCOLNSHIRE Engines—see Engines
  • Linzey, E. A. V., on Casting Pipe Specials in Green Sand, 226
  • Liquid Fuel Burner, Scarab Oil Burning Company, Limited, 243

LITERATURE :

  • Reviews:
  • - Advertising the Technical Product, C. A. Sloan and J. D. Mooney, 563, 631
  • - Cement, Bertram Blount and Others, 280
  • - Centenary Volume of Charles Griffin and Co., Limited, 631
  • - Deeds of a Great Railway, G. R. S. Darroch, 615
  • - Engines of the Human Body, A. Keith, 14
  • - Industrial Electric Vehicles and Trucks, W. Worby Beaumont, 483, 589
  • - Irrigation, Roads, and Buildings, and on the Water Supply of Towns, Notes on, W. L. Strange, 160
  • - Naval Operations, Vol. I., to the Battle of the Falklands, December, 1914, Sir J. S. Corbett, 182
  • - Surveying, W. N. Thomas, 14
  • - Union Textile Fabrication, R. Beaumont, 89, 281
  • Short Notices:
  • - Electric Lighting for Cycles and Motor Cycles, Harold H. U. Cross, 589
  • - Field Manual, Practical Treatise of Surveying Methods and Operations, A. L. Higgins, 89, 589
  • - Marine Engineers’ Handbook, F. W. Sterling, 563, 589
  • - Monographs of Industrial Chemistry : Margarine, William Clayton, 357, 615
  • - Oil Finding, E. H. Cunningham Craig, 161
  • - Retaining Walls, their Design and Construction, G. Paaswell, 14, 589
  • - Shipbuilding Cyclopedia, F. B. Webster, 615
  • Books Received:
  • - A.B.C. of Storage Battery Management, E. C. McKinnon, 589
  • - Advancement of Science, 1920, 357
  • - Aeronautics in Theory and Experiment, W. L. Cowley and H. Levy, 563
  • - Aeroplane, Dynamics of the Rene Devillers, 589
  • - Aeroplane Engines, Design of, John Wallace, 483
  • - Aeroplane Structural Design, T. H. Jones and J. D. Frier, 563
  • - Air Navigation, A Primer of, H. E. Wimperis, 89
  • - Airscrews in Theory and Experiment, A. Fage, 357
  • - Air Screws, A Treatise on, W. E. Park, 665 Aluminium, G. Mortimer, 14
  • - American Civil Engineers’ Handbook, 331
  • - American Shipbuilding Cyclopaedia, 89 Armature Winding, P. Sylvester, 14 Automobile Engineer Year-book for 1920, 89 British Chamber of Commerce in Belgium, 14
  • - BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION :
  • -- Milling Cutters and Reamers, 563
  • -- Rolled Steel Sections for Structural Purposes, 563
  • -- Specification for Portland Cement, 563
  • -- Water-tight Fittings for Incandescent Electric Lamps, 563
  • -- Water-tight Glands for Electric Cables, 563
  • - Butterworth’s Workmen’s Compensation Cases, Vol. XII., 14
  • - Calorific Power of Fuels, H. Poole, 89
  • - Cassell’s Engineers’ Handbook, H. Adams, 39
  • - Cement and Concrete Users, Handbook for, M. H. Lewis and A. H. Chandler, 89
  • - Chemical Analysis of Steel Works’ Materials, Fred Ibbotson, 357
  • - City of Bradford Technical College Calendar, 331
  • - Coal Fire, Margaret W. Fishenden, 331
  • - Coal in Great Britain, Walcot Gibson, 589
  • - Complete Airman, G: C. Bailey, 665
  • - Compressed Air Power, A. and Z. Daw. 89
  • - Concept of Nature. Tarner Lectures, A. N. Whitehead, 331

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued) :
  • - Controllers for Electric Motors, H. D. James. 14
  • - Debentures : The Purposes they Serve, andc., H. W. Jordan, 331
  • - Direct-current Motor Generator Troubles, Operation, and Repair, T. S. Gandy and Elmer C. Schacht, 357
  • - Domestic Sanitary Engineering and Plumbing, F. W. Raynes, 483
  • - Drainage Engineering, D. Wm. Murphy, 331
  • - Dredging Engineering, Lester Simons, 483
  • - Dynamics, Elementary, J. W. Landon, 563
  • - Economic Liberty, Harold Cox, 14
  • - Efficiency of Pumps and Ejectors, E. C. Bowden-Smith, 357
  • - Efficient Boiler Management, with Notes on Re-heating Furnaces, C. F. Wade, 161
  • - Electric Cables and Networks, Theory of, Alex. Russell, 357
  • - Electric Furnaces in the Iron and Steel Industry, W. Rodenhauser and Others, 331
  • - Electric Lighting, O. J. Ferguson, 89
  • - Electric Switch and Controlling Gear, C. C. Garrard, 563
  • - Electric Welding : Theory, Practice, Application and Economics, H. S. Marquand, 563
  • - Electrical Engineering. A Text-book of, Dr. Adolf Thomalen, Translated G. W. O. Howe, 357
  • - Electrical Handling of Materials, H. H. Broughton, Vol. I., Electrical Equipment, 563
  • - Electricity Supply Act, 1919, W. S. Kennedy, 331
  • - Electro-Chemistry, A Treatise of, B. Blount, 14
  • - Employer’s Year Book, May, 1920, Philip Gee and Others, 331
  • - Employment and Management, Selected Articles on, D. Bloomfield, 89
  • - Engineering Enquiry (Electrical and Mechanical), Tomey Thompson, 357
  • - Engineers’ Desk Book and Diary, 1920, 331
  • - Engines of the Human Body, A. Keith, 14
  • - Experimental Researches and Reports, 331
  • - Explosives, Dictionary of, Arthur Marshall, 357
  • - Fireman’s Handbook and Guide to Fuel Economy, Chas. F. Wade, 357
  • - Free Access to the Sea for Switzerland, andc., R. Gelpke, 14
  • - Government of India, Patent Office Journal, 1919, 89
  • - Governors and the Governing of Prime Movers, W. Trinks, 357
  • - Gyroscopic Compass, T. W. Chalmers, 589
  • - Heat Engines, David A. Low, 665
  • - Heat Engines, Design and Construction of W. E. Ninde, 39
  • - Hydraulics, with Working Tables, E. S. Bellasis, 615
  • - Identification of Organic Compounds, G. B. Neave and I. M. Heilbron, 331
  • - Industrial Administration, Lectures on, 39
  • - Industrial Control, F. M. Lawson, 357
  • - Institution of Civil Engineers, Abstracts of Papers, andc., J. H. T. Tudsbery, 14
  • - Iron and Steel Institute, Journal of the, 331
  • - Irrigation Pocket-Book, R. B. Buckley, 357
  • - Labour, Capital and Finance, “Spectator” (W. W. Wall), 39
  • - Liquid Air and the Liquefaction of Gases, T. O’Conor Sloane, 357
  • - Machinery’s Screw Thread Book, C. Edgar Allen, 357
  • - Margarine—see Short Notices : Monographs, andc.
  • - Marine Screw Propellers, Detail Design of, Douglas H. Jackson, 357
  • - Mechanics, Higher, Horace Lamb, 331
  • - Mensuration for Marine and Mechanical Engineers, J. W. Angles, 161
  • - Metric Fallacy, F. A. Halsey, 39
  • - Mind and Work, C. S. Myers, 589
  • - Mine Bookkeeping, Robert McGarraugh, 589
  • - Ministry of Public Works, Egypt, Nile Gauge Readings, andc., H. E. Hurst, 39
  • - Monographs of Industrial Chemistry : Manufacture of Sugar from the Cane and Beet, T. H. P. Heriot, 357
  • - Motor Cyclist’s A.B.C., Horace Wyatt, 357
  • - Motor Lorry Design and Construction, C. F. Schaffer, 39
  • - Naval Architecture, Applied, W. J. Lovett, 357
  • - New Activity : Treatise on Mrs. Dickinson’s Discovery of a “New Radio-activity,” F. A. Hotblack, 563
  • - Nile Projects, Sir W. Willcocks, 161
  • - Official Year-book of Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, 14
  • - Oil Fuel Burning in Marine Practice, J. W. M. Sothern, 331
  • - Output Problem, J. E. Powell, 331
  • - Ownership and Valuation of Mineral Property in the United Kingdom, Sir R. A. S. Redmayne and Gilbert Stone, 357
  • - Patent Law of All Countries, Handbook of, W. P. Thompson, 357
  • - Patents, Designs, and Trade Marks, A. Millward Flack, 357
  • - Personnel Administration: Principles and Practice, Ord wav Tead and H. C. Metcalf, 563
  • - Physical Chemistry, Problems in, andc. E. B. R. Prideaux, 14
  • - Plant ation Rubber and the Testing of Rubber, G. S. Whitby, 665
  • - Practice of Railway Surveying and Permanent Way Work, S. Wright Perrott and F. E. G. Badger, 563
  • - Principles and Practice of Aerial Navigation, Lieut. J. E. Dumbleton, 357
  • - Pure Mathematics for Engineers, Parts I. and II., S.B. Gates, 563
  • - Pyrometry, andc., Charles R. Darling, 39
  • - Quebec Bridge over the St. Lawrence River, Report, 14
  • - Real Wealth of Nations, andc., J. S. Hecht, 14
  • - Reinforced Concrete Design, Vol. II., Practice, Oscar Faber, 563
  • - Reinforced Concrete, A Treatise on, W. Noble Twelvetrees, 665
  • - Rhine, The New, R. Gelpke, 14
  • - Rugby Engineering Society, “Proceedings,” 1918-1919, 357
  • - Spanish America : Its Romance, Reality and Future, C. R. Enock, 331

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Statistics in Business: Their Analysis’ Charting and Use, H. Secrist, 14
  • - Steam Boiler Construction, E. G. Hiller, 89
  • - Steam Shovel Mining, Robert Marsh, iun., 589
  • - Structural Drafting and the Design of Details, Carlton T. Bishop, 357
  • - Thermodynamics for Engineers, J. A. Ewing,
  • - Tramway Motorman’s Handbook, W. S, Ibbetson, 331
  • - Trigonometry for Engineers, A. Primer of, W. G. Dunkley, 39
  • - Warships, General Design of, Wm. Hovgaard, 615
  • - Warships, Modern History of, William Hovgaard, 39
  • - Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, Yearbook of, 89
  • LIVENS, F. H., and W. Barnes, on Recent Excavator Practice, 82
  • Livens, F. H., on Some Lincolnshire Oil Engines, 103, 108, 140, 506
  • Lloyd’s Register—see Ships
  • Lock-out—see Labour
  • Locomotives and Gear—see Railway Locomotives
  • London Trams and Motor Omnibuses, 37
  • Lord Fisher, 63
  • Lorries, Motor Tipping, at Olympia, 424, 425, 426
  • Lorry, Hallford 5-Ton Tipping, J. and E. Hall, 425, 426
  • Lovekin, Luther D., on Surface Condensers, 618
  • Low-pressure Steam Chests, Safety of, 396
  • Lubricants and Lubrication, 605, 613
  • Lubricating Oil Cooler, Serck Radiators, 540
  • Lubrication and the Germ Process, H. M. Wells and J. P. Southcombe, 231

M

  • MACAULAY, F. W., on Cross Connections on the Elan Aqueduct of Birmingham Water- Works, 501

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • - Automatic Nut-chasing Machine, J. Holroyd and Co., Limited, 357
  • - Automatic Screw-cutting Lathe, John Lang and Sons, 359
  • - Axle-facing and Centering Machine, Axle- turning Lathe, Tangyes Limited, 508, 512
  • - Bar-grinding Machine, Centreless, J. Holroyd and Co., Limited, 357
  • - Bateman Electrically Driven High-speed Planer, Ward, Haggas and Smith, 292
  • - Beardmore’s Locomotive Works, Machine Tools at, 149 (Two-page Supplement, August 13th, 1920)
  • - Bolt-hole Widening and Boring Machine, A. and J. Morgan, Limited, 540, 541
  • - British Machine Tool Trade, 303
  • - Broaching Machine, 70in., Alfred Herbert, Limited, 270, 274
  • - Broaching Machine, 54in., Vickers Limited, 294, 295, 302
  • - Centering Machine, John Lang and Sons, 358, 359
  • - Cold-sawing Machine with Chip Remover, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 270, 274
  • - Cutting-off Machines, Clifton and Baird, 269, 274
  • - Double Helical Gear Generator, David Brown and Sons, Limited, 291, 302
  • - Drilling Machine, 30in., A. A. Jones and Shipman, 270, 274
  • - Drilling Machine, Sensitive, and Belt-changing Gear, Smith and Coventry, Limited, 359
  • - Drills and Milling Cutters, E. G. Wrigley and Co., Limited, 248
  • - Electric Drill and Electric Grinder, C. Wiek- steed and Co., Limited, 360, 361
  • - Electric Drills and Magnetic Drill Posts, Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, 360
  • - Electric Drills and Two-post Grinders, Selson Engineering Company, 359, 360
  • - Electric Grinder, Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, 360
  • - Electric Tools, andc., at Olympia Exhibition— see also Electrical Matters
  • - Exhibition—see also Exhibitions
  • - Grinding Machine, 12in. by 24in., A. A. Jones and Shipman, 270, 274
  • - Grinding Machine, Universal, the Norton, 271, 274
  • - Grinding Machines, Charles Churchill and Co., Limited, 332
  • - Heavy Planing Machine at Creusot Works, Messrs. Schneider and Co., xiii (Fifteen- page Supplement, September 13th, 1920)
  • - “Hiloplane,” Electrically Driven Planer, John Stirk and Sons, Limited, 245, 246
  • - Keyway-cutting Machine, G. Richards and Co., 293
  • - Large Electrically Driven Planing Machine, Noble and Lund, Limited, 619
  • - Lathe, Bench, Toolmakers and Light Machinery, Limited, 328, 333
  • - Lathe, 6.5in. Centre Capstan, 331
  • - Lathe, 3.5in., Drummond Brothers, 328, 333
  • - Lathe, Single-purpose, C. Wicksteed and Co., Limited, 293, 302
  • - Lathes, Capstan and Turret, H. W. Ward and Co., Limited, 293, 295, 302
  • - Lathes, 3 5/8in. Centre Small, and Tool-room Lathe, Henry Milnes, 358, 359
  • - Machine Tools at the Vulcan Motor and Engineering Company’s Works, 132, 133
  • - Milling Machines, Horizontal and Vertical, James Archdale and Co., Limited, 244, 245, 254
  • - Milling Machines, Universal, J. Parkinson and Son, 357, 358
  • - Milling Machines, Vertical and Plano, and Milling Cutter, Kendall and Gent, Limited, 295, 296
  • - Multi-spindle Drilling Machine, The Baush, 270, 274
  • - Open-sided Planer, Ward, Haggas and Smith, 293
  • - Radial Drilling Alachine, 4ft., Alfred Herbert, Limited, 270, 271

MACHINE TOOLS (continued):

  • - Radial Drilling Machines, Wm. Asquith, Limited, 245, 254
  • - Radial Sawing Machine, E. G. Herbert, Limited, 246
  • - Repetition Lathe, 8^in., Dean, Smith and Grace, 359
  • - Saws—see also Woodworking
  • - Scarfing and Milling Machine, J.W. Barnes, h Limited, 162
  • - Sensitive Drilling Machine, B.S.A. Tools, Limited, 246
  • - Slotting Machines, Clark’s Machine Tool Company, Limited, 331
  • - Spiral Bevel Gear Planer, Smith and Coventry, Limited, 232, 233
  • - Spur Gear Generator, D. Brown and Sons, Limited, 233, 234
  • - Sunderland Gear Planer, J. Parkinson and Son, 358
  • - Swiss Lathes, Small, Selson Engineering Company, 328, 333
  • - Taper-turning Head for Vertical Boring Mills, George Richards and Co., Limited, 485
  • - Twist Drill Sharpening and Thinning Machine, Herbert Hunt and Sons, 237, 331
  • - “Van Dorn” Grinders and Portable Electric Drills, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 360
  • - Vertical Milling Machine, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 271, 272
  • - “Vilvalle” Heavy Duty Sawing Machine, 331
  • - Worm and Worm Wheel Machinery, D. Brown and Sons, Limited, 228, 234
  • MACHINERY for the Hedjaz, 660
  • Magnetic Appliances—see Electrical Matters
  • Magnetos for Commercial Vehicles, at Olympia, 426
  • Marine Engines and Governors—see Engines Marine Propeller—see Ships
  • Materials at High Temperatures, Testing, Professor F. C. Lea, 207
  • Materials, Radiological Testing of, A. P. M. Fleming and J. R. Clarke, 642
  • Mechanical Engineering Industry in Germany, 351
  • Mechanical Stokers on American Locomotives,
  • Mechanical Transport War Vehicles at Aidershot, with Tabulated Lists of Technical Particulars, 456 ; Additions, 487 ; (Letter), 478
  • Mercury Vapour Boiler, W. L. R. Emmet, 516
  • Metallic Filament Lamp Industry, Pope’s Electric Lamp Company, 580
  • Metallurgical Patents, 455
  • Metals—see also Current Prices
  • Metals, Hardness and Strength of, 535 ; (Letters), 580
  • Milling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Millivoltmeters, Motors, Switches, andc.— see Electrical Matters
  • Mines, Iron—see Iron and Steel
  • Motor Car Accessories at the White City, Sparking Plugs, Tires, Bearings, Belts, Steering Gear, andc., 500
  • Motor Car, 19.6 H.P., Crossley Motors, Limited, 450
  • Motor Car, Eight-cylinder, Leyland Motors, Limited, 476, 477
  • Motor Car Engines—see Engines
  • Motor Car Headlights, Standardised Tests of, 641
  • Motor Car Industry, 509
  • Motor Car Show—see Exhibitions
  • Motor Car Works—see Works
  • Motor Cars, Electric—see Electrical Matters
  • Motor Cars, Light, at the White City, Rubury- Lindsay, Carden Engineering Company, andc., 499
  • Motor Cars, Spanish, 660
  • Motor Cars at the White City, D. Napier and Sons, Limited, Lanchester, Straker-Squire, Talbot-Darracq, Sunbeam Company, Wolseley Company, Stafford Associated Engineering Company, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, Gwynnes Engineering Company, Limited, W. Beardmore and Co., Limited, Daimler Company, Belsize Motors, Limited, 498—see also Separate Headings
  • Motor Chassis of Six-cylinder Car, Sheffield- Simplex, 477
  • Motor - driving, Electrical — see Electrical Matters
  • Motor Fuel Position, in the United States, 64
  • Motor Fuel Tests in France, 515
  • Motor Landau let, Six-cylinder, Armstrong- Siddeley, 476, 478
  • Motor Taxes and Industrial Electric Trucks, 568
  • Motor Touring and other Cars, Rolls-Royce, Limited, 498
  • Motor Tractor and Ploughing Windlass, J. and H. McLaren, 582
  • Motor Tractors at Smithfield Club Show, 582, 583
  • Motor Transport, Fuel for, 87
  • Motor Truck, Three-wheeled, Clark Trucktractor Company, 92
  • Motor Vehicles, Commercial, at Olympia, 400, 404, 424, 425—see also Separate Headings and Electrical Matters
  • Motor Works—see Works
  • Moulds for Rails, A. Wood Hill, 163
  • Municipal Costs, Increased, 641
  • Murray River (Australia) Improvement, 171, 180
  • Museum, Imperial War, 41

N

  • NATIONAL Physical Laboratory, Report, 68
  • N.P.L. End Standards, Change in Accepted Sizes, 351
  • Naval Matters—see Ships
  • Navvy Bucket and Coke-loading Excavator, 82
  • Newcomen Society, 348, 483
  • - Introduction to the Literature of Historical Engineering to the Year 1640, E. W. Huhne, 483
  • New Plymouth (New Zealand) Hydro-electric Scheme, 215
  • New Zealand Rolling Stock, 617
  • Niagara, Hydro-electric Developments at, 608
  • Nickel—see Iron and Steel

O OBITUARY:

  • - Adams, S. R., 511
  • - Adamson, Joseph (Portrait), 182

OBITUARY (continued):

  • - Ball, Sir James Benjamin, 305
  • - Cooke, Charles John Bowen, 397
  • - Higson, Jacob, 615
  • - Lord Fisher, 63
  • - McLaren, Sir John, 381
  • - Mather, Sir William (Portrait), 305
  • - Melville, William, 430
  • - Perry, John, 160
  • - Randolph, Isham, 252J
  • - Steel, Henry, 380
  • - Tangye, George (Portrait), 381
  • - Weir, James, 64
  • - Winder, Bartlett Wrangham, 89
  • OCEANOGRAPPIY and Sea Fisheries, Pro fessor Herdman, 207
  • Oil-electric Drive—see Ships
  • Oil Engines—see Engines
  • Oil, Lubricating, Cooler, Serck Radiators, 540
  • Oil Pipe Line, The Havre-Paris, 142, 591
  • Oil Shale Prospects in South Africa, 669
  • Oil Switches—see Electrical Matters
  • Oil Transmission System, R. F. Carey, 284
  • Omnibus, Petrol - electric, Tilling - Stevens Motors, Limited, 424, 425
  • Organisation of Payment—see Labour
  • Overtime—see Labour
  • Owens, Dr. J. S., on the Removal of Reefs in the Rio Guadiana, 201

P

  • PARAFFIN Engines—see Engines
  • Patent Practice, United States, 134

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS

  • British:
  • - Aeronautics, 47, 123, 191, 342, 416
  • - Batteries and Accumulators, 124, 416
  • - Building, 266, 626
  • - Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 147, 341, 415, 467
  • - Cranes and Conveyors, 170, 599
  • - Crushing and Grinding, 216, 650
  • - Dynamos and Motors, 147, 169, 192, 341, 416, 467, 491, 521, 547, 625, 649, 675
  • - Engines, Internal Combustion, 23, 73, 123, 147, 191, 215, 241, 265, 289, 315, 341, 365, 441, 467, 491, 521, 547, 599, 625, 649, 675
  • - Engines, Steam, 191, 265, 441, 573
  • - Gas Producers, 99, 365
  • - Lighting and Heating, 24, 74, 100, 148, 170, 192, 216, 242, 266, 290, 316, 342, 392, 416, 494, 522, 548, 574, 676
  • - Locomotives, 124, 574
  • - Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 23, 47, 100, 124, 170, 192, 242, 316, 366, 392, 415, 522, 574, 650
  • - Measuring and Testing Instruments, 123, 169, 391, 547, 573
  • - Mines and Metals, 242, 600, 626, 676
  • - Miscellaneous, 24, 74, 100, 148, 170, 192, 216, 242, 266, 290, 316, 342, 392, 442, 468, 494, 522, 574, 600, 626, 650
  • - Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 23, 241, 442, 600
  • - Ordnance and Armour, 100, 600
  • - Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 73, 170, 216, 266, 316, 392, 521, 548, 574
  • - Ships and Boats, 24, 99
  • - Steam Generators, 99, 123, 147, 241, 341, 365, 391, 491
  • - Switchgear, 47, 73, 100, 124, 147, 169, 215, 241, 265, 315, 342, 365, 391, 415, 441, 467, 491, 521, 573, 599, 649, 675
  • - Telegraphs and Telephones, 47, 99, 170, 192, 216, 241, 266, 289, 315, 341, 366, 416, 442, 468, 547, 573, 625, 649
  • - Tramways and Railways, 99, 124, 169, 315, 366, 442, 548, 599
  • - Transformers, 148, 342, 441
  • - Transmission of Power, 48, 74, 124, 169, 192, 216, 242, 266, 290, 316, 341, 468, 491, 522, 548, 626, 649, 676
  • - Turbine Machinery, 147, 265, 521, 573
  • PATENTS, Enemy, Restored, 283
  • Patents, Metallurgical, 455
  • Patentable Manner of Manufacture, 75
  • Payment of Labour—see Labour
  • Perry, F. B., oh the Uniflow Steam Engine, 104, 113; (Letters), 134, 164, 211, 236, 260, 309, 326, 376, 478
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 22, 48, 74, 100, 148, 170, 190, 214, 288, 314, 342, 366, 392, 413, 439, 465, 487, 519, 545, 571, 623, 647, 676
  • Petrol Engines—see Engines
  • Petrol Lorry, G. Scafhmel and Nephew, Limited, 400
  • Petrol Tram cars for India, McEwan, Pratt and Co., 513
  • Phosphate Company in Australia, 619
  • Pipe Specials, Casting, in Green Sand, E. A. V. Linzey, 226
  • Planers—see Machine Tools
  • Plough, Motor Tractor, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Limited, 33
  • Ploughing, Cable Haulage, Motor Windlass for, J. and H. McLaren, 32
  • Ploughing Machines and Appliances, John Fowler and Co., Limited, 428, 434
  • Pneumatic Elevators, Professor Wm. Cramp, 257
  • Pneumercator Tank Gauge, Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, Limited, 505
  • Port of Vancouver and its Development, Lieut.- Colonel G. H. Kirkpatrick, 474
  • Portland Cement, British Standard Specification for, 422
  • Potato Digger, A. C. Bamlett, Limited, 59
  • Poultney, E. C., on Locomotive Footplate Experiences, 230, 243, 324, 346, 367, 482, 588, 654
  • Powell, J. E., on the Organisation of Payment by Results, 19
  • Power Alcohol, 481
  • Power Station, Marshall, Sons and Co., Gainsborough, 106
  • Power Station, Ritom, 198
  • Power Stations, Electrical—see also Electrical Matters
  • Power Stations, Land, Feed Heating for, K. Baumann, 101, 127, 150
  • Problems, Railway—see Railways
  • Propeller, Marine—see Ships
  • Pulverised Coal—see Coal
  • Pump, High-speed Plunger, B.C.B. Pump Manufacturing Company, Limited, 539
  • Pump, Rotary, Feuerheerd’s Rotors, Limited, 33
  • Pump, Uniflow Air, F. B. Perry, 104, 113
  • Punching, High-speed, The Laws of, Captain T. J. Tresidder, 126 ; (Letter), 309
  • Pyrometers—see Electrical Matters

R

  • RADIOLOGICAL Testing of Materials, A. P. M. Fleming and J. R. Clarke, 642

RAILWAYS & RAILWAY MATTERS:

  • General:
  • - Automatic Train Control, 355
  • - Axle Machining Equipment, Railway, Tangyes Limited, 508, 512
  • - Coal Strike of 1912, Railways in, 396
  • - Companies' Proposals as to Railway Rates, 422
  • - Diesel - electric Self - propelled Railway Coaches, 511
  • - Electric Railway Contact Systems, Sir Philip Dawson, 67
  • - Future of the Railways, 536
  • - Large Railway Bridge, 506
  • - Moulds for Rails, A. Wood Hill, 163
  • - New Railway Policy, 13
  • - Perfecting the Railway Machine, 587
  • - Problems of the Electric Railway. G. Wuthrich, 281
  • - Railway Electrification, 329, 331
  • - Railway Power Plants and their Management, 665
  • - Railway Practice in South Africa, Alfred E. Snape, 461
  • - Railway Works—see Works
  • - Railways’ Counter Proposals, 613
  • - Regan Automatic Train Control System, 348 355
  • - Train for the Commander-in-Chief, 163
  • - Training of Railway Staffs, Lord Ashfield, 435
  • British, Colonial, and Indian :
  • - Australian Railways, Unification of Gauge, 206 ; (Correction), 261
  • - Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, War Work of, 43
  • - British Malaya, Railways in, 433
  • - British Railway Workshops in War Time, 27, 36, 77
  • - Buffer Stop Collision, London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 460
  • - Ealing and Shepherds Bush Railway, 118
  • - Great Western Railway, War Work at Swindon, 27, 36
  • - Indian Railways, 515
  • - Indian Railways, Electrification of, 530, 550
  • - London and South-Western Railway, War Work at Swindon, 77
  • - Lostock Junction Railway Collision, 348
  • - Metropolitan District Railway Cars, 660, 662
  • - N.S.W. Railways, Commissioners’ Report, 487
  • - South Africa, Railway Practice in, Alfred E. Snape, 461
  • - Summer Train Services, 88
  • Foreign:
  • - Austria, Electrification Work in, 156
  • - Baghdad Railway, Major D. G. Heslop, 469, 480, 551, 560, 601 (Two-page. Coloured Supplement, November 26th, 1920)
  • - Chinese Railway Conference, 474
  • - French Railway Reorganisation, 59
  • - Shanghai-Nanking Railway, 656

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES:

  • General:
  • - Beardmore’s Locomotive Works, 149 (Two- page Supplement, August 13th, 1920)
  • - Development of Locomotive Valve Gear, James Dunlop, 15, 49
  • - Dynamical Reflections of a Ride on a Footplate, Sir G. Greenhill, 193
  • - Engines Built at Hope Town Foundry, Darlington (Messrs. W. and A. Hitching), 1833-1860, for the Stockton and Darlington Railway, 419 ; (Letters), 448, 478, 528
  • - Engines Built at the Railway Foundry, Leeds, E. B. Wilson and Co., 1840-1858, 369
  • - Engines and Gear, circa. 1825—1833, Carmichael’s, Crampton’s, Dublin and Kingstown, The Experiment, Seth Boyden, Hackworth, Hawthorn, Punshon, Walschaerts, James Dunlop, 15, 49
  • - Gray’s Engines Built by Shepherd and Todd, 1840, 369
  • - High-pressure Geared Locomotives, Bell Locomotive Works, 461
  • - Locomotive Footplate Experiences, 75, 230, 243, 324, 346, 367, 482, 588, 654, 663; (Letters), 134, 236, 260, 261, 376 (Two- page Supplement, December 31st, 1920)
  • - Locomotive Shops at Creusot, Schneider and Co., viii (Sixteen-page Supplement, September 17th, 1920)
  • - Scarab Liquid Fuel Burner, 243
  • - South African Locomotive at Glasgow Exhibition, North British Locomotive Company, Limited, 506
  • - Steam and Electric Locomotives, 610
  • - Superheaters, Marine and Locomotive Superheaters, Limited, 506
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - Birmingham and Gloucester Railway Engine, 1840, 103
  • - Caledonian Railway, 367
  • - Glasgow (Buchanan-street) and Perth, 367
  • - Glasgow (Central) to Carlisle, 367
  • - Glasgow and South-Western Railway, Glasgow to Carlisle, E. C. Poultney, 482
  • - Great Northern Railway, King’s Cross to York, E. C. Poultney, 324
  • - Great Northern Three-cylinder Fast Goods Engine, 652, 654, 663 (Two-page Supplement, December 31st, 1920)
  • - Indian Railways, Electric v. Steam Locomotives, 530
  • - London and North-Western Railway Express Locomotive Burning Oil Fuel, E. C. Poultney, 243
  • - London and North-Western Locomotives, Euston to Crewe,

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES (continued)

  • British, Colonial and Indian (continued) :
  • - Midland Railway, Carlisle to Leeds, E. C. Poultney, 588
  • - Midland Railway Six-coupled Goods Engine, 1844, 103
  • - New Zealand Government Locomotives, Recent Pacific and Tank, 142
  • - New Zealand Rolling Stock, 617
  • - North-Eastern Railway, York to Edinburgh, E. C. Poultney, 346 ; York to Newcastle, 347 ; Newcastle to Edinburgh, 347 ; (Letter), 376
  • - North - Eastern Three - cylinder Mineral Engine, 186 (Two-page Supplement, August 20th, 1920)
  • - South African Locomotive at Glasgow Exhibition, North British Locomotive Company, Limited, 506
  • - Stockton and Darlington Railway Engines, Locomotion No. 1, 1825, and Royal George, 1827, Messrs. Kitching’s Engines, 1833-1860, 49, 419
  • Foreign:
  • - Baghdad Railway, Locomotives, 551
  • - China, Locomotives for, 181
  • - Mechanical Stokers on American Locomotives, 72
  • - Single-phase Electric Goods Locomotives, Swiss Federal Railways, 112, 115 (Two- page Supplement, July 30th, 1920)
  • - Spanish-built Locomotives, 571
  • - Swedish Locomotive Order, 161
  • RAMSAY, Alexander, on The Human Factor in Industry, 104, 109, 583
  • Reclamation of Derwent Valley River Lands, 470
  • Recorder, Water Flow, The Rheograph, United Water Softeners, Limited, 42
  • Removal of Reefs in the Rio Guadiana, Dr. J. S. Owens, 201
  • Research—see also Scientific
  • Research and the University Problem, Professor H. E. Armstrong, 304
  • Rheograph Water Flow Recorder, United Water Softeners, Limited, 42
  • Ricardo, H. R., on High-speed Petrol Engines, 256
  • Ritom Power Station, 198
  • Riveting on to Small Tubes, 460
  • Road-making Screening Plants and Tarmacadam Mixers, Ord and Maddison, 9
  • Road Transport by Steam Vehicles, P. W. Robson, 83
  • Robson, P. W., on Road Transport by Steam Vehicles, 83
  • Rolfe, R. T., on The Effect of Antimony and Arsenic on Admiralty Gun-metal, 299
  • Roller and Ball Bearings, Ransome and Maries Bearing Company, 333
  • Rolling Mill, Wire Rod, Electrically Operated, Whitecross Company, Limited, 250, 251
  • Rolling Mills—see also Iron and Steel, also Engines
  • Ropeway in the Taurus Mountains, 469, 480
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., and Mr. D. Hanson, on Inter-crystalline Fracture in Mild Steel, 306
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Darlington. 8, 32, 58

S

  • SAFETY of Low-pressure Steam Chests, 396
  • Safety at Sea—see Ships
  • St. Eugene Garden City, Creusot, xv (Sixteen- page Supplement, September 17th, 1920)
  • Salvage—see Ships
  • Sankey, Captain H. Rial], on Engineering during the War, 418, 430, 451
  • Saw, Vertical Band, Improved, and Rack Bench, Thomas.Robinson and Son, Limited, 658, 659
  • Sawing Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Scarfing Machine—see Machine Tools

SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RE¬SEARCH :

  • - Admiralty and Research, 663
  • - Freezing Fish, Interim Report, 617
  • - Lubricants and Lubrication, 605, 613
  • - Report, 305, 345
  • SCREW Gauges, Hardened, Manufacture of, Coventry Gauge and Tool Company, 310, 311
  • Screwing Tackle, Lehmann, Archer and Co., Limited, 248
  • Seven-day Journal, 7, 31, 57, 81, 107, 131, 153. 175, 199, 223, 249, 273, 297, 323, 349, 373, 399, 423, 449, 475, 503, 529, 555, 581, 607, 633, 657
  • Severn, Tidal Hydro-electric Scheme for, 562 ; (Letters), 606, 644
  • Shanghai, New Bridge at, 164

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING:

  • General:
  • - Barcelona, Shipbuilding at, 461
  • - Characteristics of a Marine Propeller in a Non-uniform Stream, Professor T. B. Abell, 291
  • - Design and Construction of Mercantile Vessels, &c., Professor J. J. Welch, 34, 39
  • - Efficiency of Propulsion of Full-sized Ships, C. Frodsham Holt, 91
  • - Engines, Marine—see also Engines and Motors
  • - Lloyd’s Register Shipbuilding Returns, 80
  • - Oil-electric Drive on Shipboard, 612, 616
  • - “Pneumercator” Indicator for Ship Dis¬placement Measurement, Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, Limited, 506
  • - Propeller Accident, Beneficial, 46
  • - Ramsay Marine Engine Governor, 538
  • - Safety of Life at Sea, Sir W. S. Abell, 54
  • - Shipbuilding Exhibition—see Exhibitions
  • - Shipbuilding in Germany, 137
  • - Standard Marine Boilers, 584
  • - Subdivision of Passenger Vessels, George Webster, 54
  • - Superheaters, Marine and Locomotive Super¬heaters, Limited, 506
  • British Navy:
  • - Raleigh, H.M., Light Cruiser, 374
  • - Salvage of H.M.S. Vindictive, 289

SHIPS & SHIPBUILDING (continued):

  • British Navy (continued);
  • - Wolverine, H.M. Destroyer, J. S. White and Co., Limited, 430
  • Naval Matters:
  • - Admiralty and Research, 663
  • - Engineering Branch of the Navy, 88
  • - Instructional Ship Models, 487
  • - Jutland Narrative, 456
  • - Lessons from Jutland, 639
  • - Lord Fisher, 63
  • - Naval Design, 159
  • - Naval Exhibits at the Imperial War Museum, 41
  • Foreign Navies:
  • - Ex-German Battleship Baden, 319, 322 (Two- page Supplement, October 1st 1920)
  • - Ex-German Light Cruiser Nurnberg, 321
  • - Italian Flotilla Leaders :
  • -- Aquila, Sparviero, andc., 630, 638
  • -- Mirabello Class, Poerio Class, 267, 278
  • - Italian Torpedo Craft, Messrs. C. and T. T. Pattison, 630, 638
  • Mercantile & Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • - American Beam Trawler Mariner, 612, 616
  • - American Oil-electric Auxiliary Yachts, 612, 616
  • - American Steamships Courageous and Invincible, 296
  • - Cortona, New South American Liner, Launched, 307
  • - Cunard Liner Samaria, 566
  • - Fullagar, Motor Ship, Cammell Laird and Co., Limited, 69
  • - Gas Turbine Ship Climax, A New Year’s Eve Vision, 664
  • - German Liners, Sale of the, 281
  • - Hydro, Steel Steam Hopper Dredger, for Lake Michigan, 176, 177
  • - Meandros, Cargo Steamship Launched at Woolston, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 152, 534, 542
  • - Prinses Juliana, Dutch Cross-Channel Steamer, 174
  • - Theodore Roosevelt, Motor Ship, Burmeister and Wain, 236
  • SHORT Histories—see Histories
  • Shows—see Exhibitions
  • Sicily, Sulphur Mining in, 50
  • Slump, The Threatened, 64
  • Snow, W. H., on Steam and Friction Stamps for Hot Stamping, 173
  • Societies—see Associations
  • Sound in Engineering and Navigation, W. D. Kirkpatrick, 658
  • South Africa, Oil Shale Prospects in, 669
  • South Africa, Trade Conditions in, 381
  • South America, Diesel Engines for, Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Limited, 210
  • South American Engineering Notes, 130, 156, 322, 465
  • Souvenirs of the War, War Work of the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, 43
  • Spain, Tractor Trials in, 322
  • Spanish Metallurgical Industry, 619
  • Spanish Motor Cars, 660
  • Specific Heat, andc.—see Engines, Internal Combustion
  • Speculation’ and Hypothesis, Professor A. S. Eddington, 211, 229, 230
  • Spence, Hugh S., on Concentrating Graphite, 258
  • Stamps, Steam and Friction, for Hot Stamping, W. H. Snow, 173
  • Standard Marine Boilers, 584
  • Standard Specifications and Research, 37
  • Standards, End, N.P.L., Change in Accepted Sizes, 351
  • Standards, Engineering—see also British
  • Standards and Foreign Markets, 160
  • Standardised Shock Tests, Sir R. Hadfield and Mr. S. A. Main, 610
  • Steam and Electric Locomotives, 610
  • Steam Engines—see also Engines and Motors and Railway Locomotives
  • Steam Feed-water Heating and Heaters—see Feed Heating
  • Steam and Friction Stamps for Hot Stamping, W. H. Snow, 173
  • Steam Wagon, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies 582, 583
  • Steam Wagons at Darlington Show, 32, 58
  • Steam Wagons at Smithfield Club Show, 583
  • Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Sterilisation—see Water Supply
  • Strength and Suitability of Engineering Materials, Professor C. F. Jenkin, 200
  • Stresses in Portals and Similar Structures, Talbot C. Broom, 368, 393, 417
  • Sulphur Mining in Sicily, 50
  • Superheaters, Marine and Locomotive Superheaters, Limited, 506
  • Surface Condensers, Luther D. Lovekin, 618
  • Swinton, Alan A. C., on Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, 592
  • Sykes, Major-General Sir F. H., on Civil Aviation and Air Services, 385

T

  • TANK Gauge, The Pneumercator, Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, Limited, 505
  • Tasmania, Hydro-electric Power Works at Great Lake, 3, 12, 40 (Two-page Supplement, July 2nd, 1920)
  • Taxes, New Motor—see Electrical Matters Technical Discussions, 640 Technical Literature, 1 13
  • Telephones, Automatic, Relay Automatic Telephone Company, 247
  • Temperatures, High, Testing Materials at, Professor F. C. Lea, 207
  • Test of a Concrete Floor Arch, 408
  • Test of Oil Engine—see Engines, Some Lincolnshire, andc.
  • Testing Materials at High Temperatures, Professor F. C. Lea, 207
  • Thermo-couples, Electrolytically Deposited, W. H. Wilson and Miss T. D. Epps, 143
  • Thermodynamic Cycles—see Engines
  • Thermometer, Electrical Distance, Cambridge and Paul Instrument Company, 333
  • Thermometer, Recording, Dairy Supply Company, 59
  • Threatened Slump, 64
  • Tidal Hydro-electric Scheme for the Severn, 5L2 (Letters), 606, 644
  • Tidal Power Report, 614
  • Tidal Power, Studies in, Norman Davey, 556, 578, 603, 634, 652 ; (Letters), 606, 644
  • Timber Supplies, British, 38
  • “Timesaver” Tractor and One-way Plough, 58
  • Tipping Lorry, Hallford 5-Ton, J. and E. Hall, 425, 426
  • Tipping Wagons at Olympia, Clayton Wagons, Limited, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, Daimler, Vulcan Motor and Engineering Company, 400, 401 ; British Berna Motor Lorries, Limited, Renault, Limited, 424, 425
  • Tizard, H. T., and D. R. Pye on Specific Heat and Dissociation in Internal Combustion Engines, 257
  • Tool, Portable, for Widening and Boring Bolt Holes, A. and J. Morgan, 541
  • Tools for Riveting on to Small Tubes in Aeroplane Work, 460
  • Tractor Trials in Spain, 322
  • Tractors at Darlington Show, 33, 58
  • Tractors, Farm—see also Farm Tractors
  • Tractors at Smithfield Show, 582, 583
  • Trade Conditions in South Africa, 381
  • Trade Situation at Constantinople, 439
  • Trades Union Matters—see Labour Trains—see Railways
  • Tramcars, Petrol, for India, McEwan, Pratt and Co., 513
  • Trams, London and Motor Omnibuses, 37
  • Tramways Amalgamation, Great French, 183
  • Trenchard, Air-Marshal Sir Hugh, on Some Aspects of Service Aviation, 432
  • Tresidder, Captain T. J., on the Laws of Highspeed Punching, 126 ; (Letter), 309
  • Truck, Motor, Three-wheeled, Clark Truck- tractor Company, 92
  • Truck, 2-Ton Electric, Greenwood and Batley, Limited, 246, 247
  • Trucks at Olympia, 2-Ton, Jib Crane, Three- wheel, Irwin and Jones, 234, 235
  • Trueman, A. E., on the Iron Industry of South Wales, 231
  • Tungsten—see Iron and Steel
  • Tunnel, Hudson River Vehicular, 394
  • Turbine for Vamma Hydro-electric Plant, 324
  • Turbines, 8000 H.P. Pelton, for Tasmania, Boving and Co., Limited, 3, 12, 40 (Two-page Supplement, July 2nd, 1920)
  • Turbo-alternators and Turbo-generators—see Electrical Matters
  • Turbo-blowers at Messrs. Schneider’s Works, ii, xiv (Sixteen-page Supplement)
  • Twist Drills—see Machine Tools

U

  • UNDERPINNING and Foundations of Heavy Buildings, 25
  • Unemployment—see Labour
  • Uniflow—see Engines
  • United States, Motor Fuel Position in, 64
  • United States Patent Practice, 134
  • United States Ports, Development of, 322
  • Uruguay, Chemical Works in, 485

V

  • VALVE Gear, Locomotive—see Railway Locomotives
  • Valves, Engine—see also Engines
  • Valves for Turbines and Pipe Lines at Tasmania Power Works, Boving and Co., Limited, 3
  • Vamma Hydro-electric Plant, 324
  • Van, 30 H.P. Worm-driven 30-35-Cwt., J. I. Thornycroft and Co., 426
  • Vancouver, Port of, and its Development, Lieut-.-Colonel G. H. Kirkpatrick, 474
  • Vibration, Julius Frith, 430
  • Vulcan Motor and Engineering Company, Limited, Labour-saving Devices, 132, 133, 136

W

  • WAGES - see also Labour
  • Wagon, Foden 5-Ton Steam, with Scarab Oil Burner, 426
  • Wagon, Gully-clearing, Straker-Squire, Limited, 424, 425
  • Wagon, Steam, W. Foster and Co., 58
  • Wagon, 5-Ton Steam, Robey and Co., Limited. 32, 400
  • Wagon, Uniflow Steam Engine, Atkinson and Co., 426
  • Wagons—see also Tipping, Steam and Electrical Matters
  • Walker, Dr. W. J., on Thermodynamic Cycles in relation to Internal Combustion Engines, 640, 655, 666
  • War Museum, Imperial, 41
  • War Work of the Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, 43
  • War Work of the Great Western Railway at Swindon, 27, 36
  • War Work of the London and South-Western Railway at Eastleigh, 77
  • Water Cooler, Cloworth, Wheal and Co., Limited, 504
  • Water Flow Recorder, The Rheograph, United Water Softeners, Limited, 42
  • Water Injection in Crude Oil Engines, 631
  • Water Lifting Appliances, Chain (1) Boulton ami Paul, Limited, (2) Liquid Lifts, Limited, 32
  • Water Power in the Argentine, 460
  • Water Power Development in Canada, 76 ; (Letter), 134
  • Water Power Resources, American, 156
  • Water Power Resources Committee, Report, 614

WATER SUPPLY:

  • - Aqueduct, Elan, of the Birmingham Cor¬poration Waterworks, F. W. Macaulay, 501
  • - Metropolitan Water Board Research Report, Sir A. C. Houston, 218
  • - New York Water Supply, Gilboa Dam and Shandaken Tunnel. 627

WATER SUPPLY (continued):

  • - Self-cleaning Water Screens, F. W. Brackett and Co., Limited, 541
  • - Sterilisation of Water by Chlorine Gas, Captain J. S. Arthur, 527, 531, 564
  • - Water Mains, Finding Leaks in, 106
  • WATKINSON, Professor W. H., on a Dynamical Method of Raising Gases to a High Temperature, 198
  • Waves, The Force and Power of, I. Hiroi, 184
  • Webster, George, on Subdivision of Passenger Vessels, 54
  • Welch, Professor J. J., on The Design and Con struction of Mercantile Vessels, 34, 39
  • Welding, Electric—see Electrical Matters
  • Wells, H. M., and J. P. Southcombe, on Lubrication and the Germ Process, 231
  • West, F. J., and T. A. Tomlinson, on Develop ments in the Manufacture and Utilisation of Coal Gas, 567
  • White-Smith, H., on The Operation of Civil Aircraft in relation to the Constructor, 406
  • Wilson, W. H., and Miss T. D. Epps, on The Construction of Thermo-couples by Electrodeposition, 143
  • Winch, Oil Engine, Hainworthy Engineering Company, 58
  • Windlass, Motor, for Cable-haulage Ploughing, J. and H. McLaren, 32
  • Wire Rod Mill—see Rolling Mill
  • Wireless Station, Powerful, for Belgium, 514
  • Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, Alan A. C. Swinton, 592
  • Wireless Transmission Stations at Geneva, 541
  • Wise Wages Award, 88, 92
  • Wood-working Tool : Vertical Band Saw and Rack Bench, T. Robinson and Son, Limited, 658, 659

WORKS:

  • - Beardmore’s Locomotive Works, 149 (Two- page Supplement, August 13th, 1920)
  • - Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, War Work at Ajmer and Parol Workshops, 43
  • - Creusot and its Associated Works : Bordeaux, Breuil, Chalon-sur-Saone, Champaghe-sur- Seine, Havre, Harfleur Hoc, Henri Paul, La Normande, Societe d’Outillage, andc. (Somua), Messrs. Schneider and Co. (Sixteen-page Supplement and, Four-page Supplement, September 17th, 1920)
  • - Eastleigh, London and South-Western Railway, War Work at, 77
  • - Ebbw Vale Works and Collieries. Walter Dixon, 299, 306, 337
  • - Elasta Electric Lamp Works, 580
  • - Great Western Railway, War Work at Swindon, 27, 36
  • - Hope Town Foundry, Darlington (W. and A. Kitching), 419 ; (Letters), 448, 478
  • - Petters Limited, A Lost Industry, 6
  • - Precision Motor Cycle Works, Birmingham, F. E. Baker, Limited, 575, 586
  • - Railway Foundry, Leeds (E. B. Wilson and Co.), 369
  • - Vickers Aircraft Works, Weybridge, 444, 454
  • - Vulcan Motor Car Works, Labour-saving Devices, 132, 133, 136
  • WORKS Management, Sir H. Fowler, 398
  • Workmen’s Dwellings at Droitaumont, xv, xvi (Sixteen-page Supplement, September 17th, 1920)
  • World’s Supply of Energy, Problem of, Dr. S. A. Arrhenius, 139
  • Worm Machinery—see Machine Tools
  • Wuthrich, G., on Problems of the Electric Railway, 281

Y

  • YARROW, Sir A., on Labour and Trade, 594

Z

  • ZINC, Electrolytic, Samuel Field, 231

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