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The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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A

  • ABELL, Professor T. B., on the Framing of Ships, 343
  • Accidents, Railway--see Railways
  • Ackermann, A. S. E., on the Physical Properties of Clay, 551

AERONAUTICS :

  • - See also Annual Article
  • - Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Report, 174
  • - Air Ministry Competitions, 1920, 41
  • - Airship, H.M., R 38, 610, 620
  • - Airship Sheds and their Erection, Luke Hamilton Larmuth, 412
  • - Airships and Steamships, 621
  • - Automatic Control of Aeroplanes, 96
  • - Aveline "Automatic Pilot," Auto Controls, Limited, 184
  • - Coming Aeronautical Developments, 45
  • - Military and Civil Aeronautics, 267
  • - Oehmichen-Peugeot Helicopter, 411
  • - Standardisation of Data for Aircraft Calculation, H. B. Wyn-Evans, 315
  • - Subsidies for Civil Aviation, 51
  • AGRICULTURAL Motors, Report of Trials by Royal Agricultural Society, 464
  • Ahrons, E. L., on R. B. Longridge and Co., Bedlington, 68; (Letter), 122 ; G. and J. Rennie, Blackfriars, 366
  • Air Filter at West Bank Dock Power Station, 149, 150
  • Air Passing through Turbo-generators, Measurement of, B. Y. Churcher, 550
  • Allan, Percy, on Port Improvements at Newcastle, New South Wales, 270
  • Alloys, Brass and Other Copper, Season Cracking of, H. Moore and others, 264
  • Alloys, Copper, Plastic Deformation of some, Professor C. A. Edwards and Mr. A. M. Herbert, 285
  • Alloys of Copper with Tin, Constitution of, Dr. J. L. Haughton, 286
  • Alpine Tunnels, Progress of, 348
  • Alternating Stress-testing Machine, Dr. W. Mason, 550
  • Alternators--see Electrical Matters
  • Aluminium and its Alloys in Engineering, John G. A. Rhodin, 488, 501, 531, 559, 586, 622, 635, 659 ; (Letters), 552, 651
  • Aluminium Sheet, Recrystallisation of, on Heating, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Miss C. F. Elam, 286
  • American Arched Dam, with Tangent Ends, 88

AMERICAN CONCRETE - MIXING MACHINERY:

  • - Car for Lining Railway Tunnels with Concrete, 62
  • - Cement Gun, 61, 62 ; (Letters), 158, 178
  • - Coating a Girder with Concrete, 62
  • - Concrete-lined Tunnel with Steel Forms, 61
  • - Concreting Disintegrating Rock in a Tunnel, 60
  • - Construction of Reinforced Concrete Walls, 63
  • - Grain Elevator with Concrete Walls, 62
  • - Gravity Mixers, Pressure Mixers, 60; (Letter), 158
  • - Hains Gravity Concrete Mixer, 60
  • - Pneumatic Apparatus for Lining Tunnels, 60, 61

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • - American Marine Diesel Engine of 2400 Horsepower, 206
  • - Automatic Oil Fuel Boiler Plant, 206
  • - Automatic Train Control, 206
  • - Bridges with Floors below Water Level, 206
  • - Mine Hoist for 100 Men, 206
  • AMERICAN Snow-loading Machine, Barker- Greene and Co., 216
  • American Wagons--see Wagons, andc.

ANNUAL ARTICLES :

  • - AERONAUTICS IN 1920, 5, 40
  • -- (Two-page Supplement, January 7th, 1921); (Letters), 42, 70, 92, 122, 158
  • -- Airships, 41
  • -- British Aeroplanes of the Year, 5, 40
  • -- Beardmore, Wm., and Co., Limited, 41
  • -- Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Company, Limited :
  • -- Blackburn "Swift" Torpedo-Plane, 40, 41
  • -- Boulton and Paul, Limited : P 10 "All-steel" Aeroplane, 40
  • -- Bristol Aeroplane Company, Limited : Bristol Seaplane, 7 Bristol Tourer, Three-seater CoupS Aeroplane, 6, 7
  • -- Central Aircraft Company, Limited : Centaur Nine-seater Commercial Machine, 40
  • -- De Haviland Aircraft Company, Limited : D. H. 18 Aeroplane, 7
  • -- Handley Page, Limited, 40
  • -- Martinsyde, Limited : Racing Aeroplane "Semi-quaver," 6
  • -- Saunders, S. E., Limited : Amphibian Flying Boat Kittiwake, 6
  • -- Short Brothers, Limited : All-metal Biplane "Silver Streak," 40, 41
  • -- Vickers Limited : Amphibian Flying Boat, 6 Commercial Aeroplane, 5, 6 Instructional Machine, 5
  • -- Westland Aircraft Works : Six-seater Limousine, 6

ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):

  • - DOCK AND HARBOUR WORKS, PROGRESS IN, 59
  • -- East Coast Ports, 60
  • -- Glasgow and Leith, 59
  • -- Liverpool, 59
  • -- London, Southampton, Poole and Bristol, 59 ; (Letter), 92
  • -- South Wales, 60
  • - ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1920, 19
  • -- Electric Vehicles, 20
  • -- Electricity Supplies, 19
  • -- Electrification of Railways, 19
  • -- Power Plant, andc., 19
  • -- Water Power, 20
  • -- Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, 20
  • - GASWORKS ENGINEERING IN 1920, 12
  • -- By-products, 12
  • -- Carbonisation, New Principle of, 12
  • -- Coal Strike; 12
  • -- Coke and Steam Raising. 12
  • -- New Basis of Charging, 12
  • - IRON, STEEL, COAL AND ENGINEERING TRADES IN 1920, 2, 31
  • -- General:
  • -- Attitude of Labour, 3
  • -- Break in Prices, 2
  • -- Collieries, The, 33
  • -- Competition Resumed, 2
  • -- Hopes of a Trade Revival, 3
  • -- How Prices Rose and Fell, 33
  • -- Rolling Stock Construction Boom, 3
  • - Lancashire and the North-West:
  • -- Bitter Disappointment, 4
  • -- Shipbuilding Orders Fall Off, 4
  • -- Work that Could Not be Done, 4
  • - The Midlands :
  • -- Markets in Confusion, 3
  • -- Prices Tumbling Down, 4
  • -- Steel Famine, 3
  • -- Warning, 3
  • - North of England :
  • -- Big Teesside Schemes, 4
  • -- New Shipyard Opening Postponed, 5
  • -- Revival of Steel Exports, 5
  • - Scotland, 31
  • - Sheffield, 31
  • - South Wales, 32
  • - LOCOMOTIVES AND ROLLING STOCK OF 1920, 10, 14
  • -- (Two-page Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • -- Great Eastern, 10
  • -- Great Northern, 10
  • -- London and Brighton, 10
  • -- London and North-Western, 10
  • -- London and South-Western, 11
  • -- Makers’ Engines, 11
  • -- Metropolitan Railway, 11
  • -- Midland, 11
  • -- North-Eastern, 11
  • -- Scottish and Irish Railways : Caledonian, 11 Glasgow and South-Western, 11 Great Northern of Ireland, 11
  • - NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1920, 16
  • -- (Two-page Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • -- France, 18
  • -- Germany, 18
  • -- Great Britain, 16
  • -- Italy, 18
  • -- Japan,18
  • -- Minor Navies, 18
  • -- Spain, 18
  • -- United States, 17
  • - RAILWAYS IN 1920 :
  • -- Ministry of Transport, 7
  • -- New Works :
  • -- Great Central, 8
  • -- Great Eastern, 8
  • -- Great Northern, 8
  • -- Great Western, 7
  • -- London and North-Western, 7
  • -- London and South Western, 8
  • -- North-Eastern, 8
  • -- Scottish Railways, 8
  • -- Underground Lines, 8
  • -- New Proposals, 8
  • -- Personal, 8
  • -- Steamers, 8
  • - SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1920, 46 ; (Letter), 92
  • -- Activated Sludge System for Reading, 47
  • -- Activated Sludge Treatment, 46
  • -- General Outlook, 46
  • -- Marylebone’s Refuse Salvage Plant, Al
  • -- Petrol in Sewers, 47
  • -- Portsmouth, New Works for, 47
  • -- Sand Filtration of Sewage Effluents, 47
  • -- Sewage Disposal Plant for Tokyo, 47
  • -- Stoke-on-Trent Experiments, 46
  • -- Thurrock, Grays and Tilbury Joint Scheme, 47
  • -- West Kent Main Sewerage Board, 47
  • - SHIPPING IN 1920, 20
  • -- (Two -page Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - At Home, 20
  • -- Control, 20
  • -- Freights, 20
  • -- Labour, 21
  • -- New Construction, 21
  • -- Repairs and Reconditioning, 21
  • -- Surrendered German Ships, 21
  • - Abroad, 21
  • -- Belgium, 22
  • -- France, 22
  • -- Holland, 22
  • -- Italy, 22
  • -- Japan, 21
  • -- United States, 21

ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):

  • - SHIPPING IN 1920 (continued):
  • -- Technical, 22
  • -- Conversion of Warships, 22
  • -- Electric Propulsion, 22
  • -- Oil Fuel, 22
  • -- Welded Ships, 22
  • - WATER SUPPLY IN 1920, 37 ; (Letter), 92
  • -- Bombay Water Supply, 38
  • -- Developments in Scotland, 38
  • -- Gilboa Dam and Shandaken Tunnel, 38
  • -- Hodder Scheme of the Fyldc Water Board, 38
  • -- Metropolitan Water Board, 37 Board's New Bill in Parliament, 37
  • -- Rapid Filtration Plant at Birmingham, 38
  • -- Rapid Filtration of Stored Water, 38
  • -- Southampton's New Supply, 37
  • -- Works in Hand and Contemplated, 37
  • ARC Welder--see Electrical Matters
  • Assaying Apparatus--see Coal

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • - Cane Sugar Machinery, W. Scott Harriott, 288
  • - Reinforced Concrete and the Housing of Expensive Plant, Felix Milner, 79
  • - Sixtieth Anniversary Dinner, 216
  • Institute of Chemistry :
  • - Annual General Meeting, 27 I
  • Institute, Concrete :
  • - A Foundation Failure, Lawson S. White, 667
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • - Annual Meeting, 519, 536
  • - Autumn Meeting in Paris, 191
  • - Awards, 519
  • - Blast-furnace and Cupola Slags, J. E. Fletcher, 521
  • - Cause of Quenching Cracks, Kotaro Honda and others, 537
  • - Cleaning of Blast-furnace Gas, Notes on, S. H. Fowles, 520
  • - Cupric Etching Effects Produced by Phosphorus and Oxygen in Iron, J. H. Whiteley, 537
  • - Grants from the Carnegie Research Fund, 536
  • - Prevention of Hardening Cracks, andc., and Effect of Recalescence in a Tungsten Tool Steel, Shipley and Brayshaw, 537
  • - Scientific Control of Combustion, H. T. Ringrose, 511
  • - Solid Solution of Oxygen in Iron, Dr. J. E. Stead, 520, 537
  • - Sulphur in Steel, Methods of Estimating, T. E. Rooney, 538
  • - Welding of Steel in relation to Defects in Ingots, H. Brearley, 506, 519
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • - Annual Meeting, New President, 370
  • - Diesel Marine Engines, Sir J. P. Maclay, 370
  • Institute of Metals :
  • - Action of Reducing Gases on Heated Copper, S. Beckinsale and H. Moore, 285
  • - Annual Dinner, 264
  • - Annual General Meeting, 177, 264, 285
  • - Casting of Metals, Lecture by Professor T. Turner, 492
  • - Constitution of the Alloys of Copper with Tin, Dr. J. L. Haughton, 286
  • - Plastic Deformation of Some Copper Alloys, Professor C. A. Edwards and Mr. A. M. Herbert, 285
  • - Programme, 177
  • - Season Cracking of Brass and other Copper Alloys, Messrs. H. Moore and S. Beckinsale and Miss C. E. Mallinson, 264
  • - Some Notes on Calcium, P. H. Brace, 285
  • - Stages in the Recrystallisation of Aluminium Sheet on Heating, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Miss C. F. Elam, 286
  • Institute of Mining and Metallurgy ;
  • - Presidential Address. F. W. Harbord, 454
  • Institute of Physics :
  • - Inaugural Meeting, 467
  • Institute of Transport:
  • - First Congress, at Manchester, 118
  • - Papers on Road Transport, Messrs. C. le M. Gosselin and J. C. Haller; Locomotive Construction and Repair, Great Central Railway, Mr. Smith ; Future of the Canals, Sir J. Eaglesome, 118
  • - Visits to Manchester Ship Canal, Trafford Park, Liverpool Dock System, Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Train Control and School of Signalling. Manchester Tramway Works, andc., 118
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers:
  • - Annual Dinner, 109
  • - Automobile Research, Suggested Programme for, George Watson, 260
  • - Ball Bearing, The : In the Making, under Test, and on Service, H. L. Heathcote, 260, 491
  • - Elections, Programme of Meetings, andc., 260

ASSOCIATIONS,'INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • - Airship Sheds and their Erection. L. H. Larmuth, 412
  • - Engineering Conference, Date, Programme of Meetings, Papers and General Arrangements, 651
  • - Joint Meeting in Birmingham for Discussion of Water Resources Committee Report and Severn Barrage Scheme, 210. 230
  • - Measuring the Discharge of the Nile at the Assuan Dam, Sir M. Macdonald and Mr. H. E. Hurst, 542
  • - Pass List (Interim), April Examinations, 1921, 594
  • - Port Improvements at Newcastle, New South Wales, Percy Allan, 270
  • - Strengthening Cannon-street Bridge, George Ellson, 150
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • - Annual Dinner, Jubilee Year, 274
  • - Kelvin Lecture, Electrons, Sir William Bragg, 142
  • - Long-distance Telephone System of the United Kingdom, Sir William Noble, 319
  • - Magnetic Susceptibility of Low Order, Professor E. Wilson, 241
  • - Multi-part Tariffs for Domestic Supply, J. W. Beauchamp, 479
  • - Recent Developments in Large Steam Turbine Practice, K. Bauman, 399
  • - Temperature Limits of Large Alternators, G. A. Juhlin, 125, 130
  • - Thermal Characteristics of Electric Ovens and Hot Plates, Dr. Ezer Griffiths and Mr. F. H. Schofield, 176, 181
  • - INFORMAL SECTION--
  • - Characteristics and Applications of Multi- speed A.C. Motors, F. Creedy, 438
  • - STUDENT'S SECTION--
  • - Address, Mr. Llewelyn B. Atkinson, 221
  • Institution of Engineers (India) ;
  • - Inaugural Meeting, 216
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • - MELBOURNE SECTION--
  • - Origin of Natural Oil, Rear-Admiral Sir W. Clarkson, 511
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • - Annual Report, 198
  • - Conference on "Means of Improving the Thermal Efficiency of Heat Power Plants," 571, 673
  • - Contact Pressures and Stresses, Professor E. G. Coker and others, 325, 328, 463
  • - Correspondence on "The Mechanicals"-- see Letters to the Editor
  • - Cutting Tools, Programme of Research Work, 198
  • - Degassing and Purification of Boiler Feed Water, Monsieur Paul Kestner, 257
  • - Generation of Steam, Sir John Dewrance, 182
  • - Heat Losses in Power Plants, 571
  • - Joint Discussion with Faraday Society and others on Failure of Metals, andc--see Society, Faraday
  • - Joint Meeting with the Society of Chemical Industry, 257
  • - Lecture on Worldís Money System, J. G. Graves, 601
  • - Limit Gauging, Discussion on Sir R. Glaze- brook's Thomas Hawksley Lecture, 450, 462
  • - London Summer Meeting, Programme, 673
  • - Mechanical Loading of Ships, H. J. Smith, 91, 103, 126
  • - Sir Robert Hadfield Prize, 241
  • - Standardisation in the Testing of Welds, F. M. Farmer, 198, 200, 231
  • - War Memorial, Unveiling, 155
  • - MANCHESTER ENGINEERS' CLUB--Repetition of Papers Read in London :
  • -- Contact Pressures and Stresses, Professor E. G. Coker and others, 463
  • -- Mechanical Loading of Ships, H. J. Smith. 126
  • -- Standardisation in the Testing of Welds, F. M. Farmer, 231
  • - Manchester Local Branch of the Institution, Formation, 191
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • - Annual Meeting, 287, 314, 343
  • - Annual Report for 1920, Elections, Awards, Dinner and Conversazione, 287
  • - Deflections of Bulkheads and of Ships, A. M. Robb, 344
  • - Design of Balanced Rudders of the Spade Type, M. E. Denny, 315
  • - Ex-German Battleship Baden, S. V. Goodall, 287
  • - Experiments on Tallows Used for Launching Ships, J. J. King-Salter, 344
  • - Framing of Ships, Professor T. B. Abell, 343
  • - Life-saving Appliances on Cargo and Passenger Vessels, E. W. Blocksidge, 314
  • - Mechanical Gears of Double Reduction for Merchant Ships, R. J. Walker and S. S. Cook, 314, 327
  • - Some Features of German Warship Construction, Sir Eustace d'Eyncourt, 287, 297
  • - Spacing of Transverse Bulkheads, K. G. Finlay, 343
  • - Standardisation of Data for Aircraft Calculation, H. B. Wyn-Evans, 315
  • - Strength of Submarine Vessels, W. R. J, Whiting, 314

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution of Production Engineers :
  • - Formation, 423
  • Societies, Physical and Optical:
  • - Exhibition at Imperial College of Science-- see also Exhibitions :
  • -- Dr. W. Rosenhain's Recording Chronograph, 36
  • -- Machine Motion Recorder, Cambridge and Paul Instrument Company, 35
  • -- Marconi Wireless Exhibits, 34
  • -- Needham's Pulsator Speed Indicator, 34
  • -- Robertson's Stroboscopic Vibrator, 36
  • -- Temperature Control Apparatus, British Oil and Fuel Conservation, Limited, 34
  • -- Tinsley Tuning-fork Stroboscope, 34
  • Society of Chemical Industry :
  • - LONDON SECTION--
  • - Erosion of Bronze Propellers, Dr. O. Silberrad, 146
  • - Industrial Respirators, Dr. L. Levy, 674
  • - Smith Continuous System of Carbonisation. G. H. Thurston, 41
  • Society of Engineers :
  • - Physical Properties of Clay, A. S. E. Ackermann, 551
  • Society, Faraday :
  • - Joint General Discussion on Failure of Metals under Internal and Prolonged Stress :
  • -- Programme, 325
  • -- Introductory Address, Dr. Rosenhain, 371, 477, 523
  • - List of Papers :
  • -- Chemical Influences in Failure of Metals, andc., Professor C. H. Desch, 371
  • -- Failure of Lead Sheathing of Telegraph Cables, L. Archbutt, 371
  • -- Failure of Metals through Internal Stress Irregularities, andc., J. N. Greenwood, 397
  • -- Fractures in Locomotive Boiler Tubes, Sir H. Fowler, 396
  • -- Intercrystalline Cracking of Mild Steel in Salt Solutions, J. A. Jones, 397
  • -- Intercrystalline Fracture in Steel, D. Hanson, 396
  • -- Internal Fractures in Steel Rails, andc., H. S. Rawdon, 397
  • -- Internal Stresses in Brass Tubes, R. H. N. Vaudrey and W. E. Ballard, 371
  • -- Internal Stresses in relation to Microstructure, J. C. W. Humfrey, 371
  • -- Mechanism of Failures of Metals, andc.. Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 371
  • -- Phosphor Bronze Bars, John Arnott, 427
  • -- Season Cracking in Brass, Prevention of, andc., H. Moore and S. Beckinsale, 427
  • -- Season Cracking, Experiences of, during the War, O. W. Ellis, 427
  • -- Spontaneous Cracking of the Necks of Small Arm Cartridge Cases, W. C. Hothersall, 427
  • -- Discussion on Papers, 372, 397, 427
  • -- Zinc Smelting in Great Britain, Samuel Field, 384
  • - Society, Royal:
  • -- Conversazione, 517
  • - Society, Royal, of Arts :
  • -- Third Cantor Lecture : Examination of Materials by X-Rays, Major G. W. C. Kaye, 437
  • AUSTRALIA, Textile Machinery in, 22
  • Auto-thermal Feed, Royles, Limited, 491

B

  • BALFOUR, Mr. A. J., on Invention and Labour, 487
  • Ball Bearing, The, andc., H. L. Heathcote, 260, 491
  • Bankers and Engineers, 240 ; (Letters), 273
  • Bauman, K., on Recent Developments in Large Steam Turbine Practice, 399, 408
  • Beauchamp, J. W., on Multi-part Tariffs for Domestic Supply, 479, 515
  • Beckinsale, S., and H. Moore, on The Action of Reducing Gases on Heated Copper, 285
  • Belgian Contracts and Foreign Competition, 601
  • Binnie, W. J. E., on Water Power Problems, 127
  • Bishop, W. G., on The Care of Locomotive Boilers, 50
  • Blast-furnace--see Iron and Steel
  • Blocksidge, E. W., on Life-saving Appliances on Cargo and Passenger Vessels, 314
  • Blowing Engines--see Engines
  • Boiler Equipment at West Bank Power Station. 144, 148, 152
  • Boiler Feed Water, Degassing and Purification of, Monsieu Paul Kestner, 257
  • Boiler Feeding by Gravitation, Royles, Limited, 491
  • Boiler-house, Large American, 376
  • Boiler-room Appliances Exhibition, 484
  • Boilers, Continuous Densimeter for, Porter Water Softening Company, 157 ; (Letter), 215
  • Boilers, Corrosion of, Sir J. Dewrance, 182
  • Boilers, Locomotive--see Railway Locomotives
  • Boilers, Value of Hydraulic Tests of, 645
  • Boilers, Yarrow, Water Drums of, 442, 566
  • Bond in Reinforced Concrete, 65
  • Books of Reference, 22, 344, 594, 623
  • Bottle-making Machinesósee Glass
  • Bower, J. R., on Electric Rivet Heaters in Railway Wagon Shops, 412
  • Brace, P. H., Some Notes on Calcium, 285, 351
  • Bragg, Sir William, Kelvin Lecture on Electrons, 142
  • Brass and Other Copper Alloys, Season Cracking of, H. Moore and others, 264 ; (Letters), 428
  • Brayshaw, S. N., on Prevention of Hardening Cracks and Effect of Recalescence in a Tungsten Tool Steel, 537
  • Brearley, H., on Welding of Steel in relation to Defects in Ingots, 506, 519
  • Bridge, Cannon-street, Strengthening, George Ellson, 150
  • Bridge, The New Southwark, 611
  • British Cast Iron--see Iron
  • British Engineers in Italy, 352
  • British and German Naval War Material, Sir R. Hadfield on, 348
  • British Railway--see Railways
  • Bronze Propellers, Erosion of, Dr. O. Silberrad, 146
  • Bulgaria, Water Power and Irrigation Projection, 320
  • Bulkheads--see Ships

C

  • CALCIUM, Notes on, P. H. Brace, 285, 351
  • Calendars and Diaries, 30, 83, 112, 191, 249
  • Calthrop, Dion Clayton, on The Individual, 409 ; on Work and Monotony, 436 ; on The Folly of Utopianism, 462
  • Capetown Dock Improvements, 471
  • Capetown Harbour, Extensions at, 22
  • Carbonisation, Low and High Temperature, Smith System, G. H. Thurston, 41
  • Carpenter, Professor H. C. H., and Miss C. F. Elam on Recrystallisation of Aluminium Sheet on Heating, 286
  • Casablanca, Morocco, New Works, 676
  • Casting of Metals, Professor T. Turner, 492, 546
  • Catalogues, 27, 86, 112, 305, 332, 417, 442, 468, 552, 605, 629
  • Cement Gun--see American Concrete-mixing Machinery
  • Census Tabulating Machine, British Tabulating Machine Company, Limited, 532
  • Centrifugal Pump, Wilfley Company, Limited, 96; (Letters), 122, 158, 214, 272, 357
  • Chain Fracture, Remarkable, 549
  • Chinese Coolie, 216
  • Civil Engineering Wages--see Labour
  • Clay, Physical Properties of, A. S. E. Ackermann, 551

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :

  • - American 107-Ton Coal Wagons, 217
  • - Coal-assaying Apparatus, 355
  • - Coal Costs and Competition: The Real Problem, E. T. Good, 614 ; (Letter), 664
  • - Coalfield, A Whole, on Fire, 664
  • - Coal-handling at West Bank Power Station, 144, 148, 152
  • - Cylindrical Coal Bunkers, 249
  • - Fineness and Dryness of Pulverised Coal as Fuel, H. Kreisinger and J. Blizard, 668
  • - Gas Supply and the Coal Strike, 571
  • - Norfolk, Virginia, Sewell Point Coaling Plant, 460, 466
  • - Oil Replacing Coal, 512
  • - Power Station with Coal Mine Adjacent, 146
  • - Pulverised Coal for Copper Smelter Furnaces, 549
  • COKER, Professor E. G., and others, on Contact Pressures and Stresses, 325, 328, 351, 463
  • Collaboration, 408 ; (Letters), 428, 493
  • Colwyn Report, 181, 186, 199
  • Combustion, Scientific Control of, H. T. Ringrose, 511 ; (Letter), 552
  • Concrete Foundations, Device for Holding Down Rails to, J. H. Walker, 131
  • Concrete-mixing Machinery, American, Gravity Mixers, Pressure Mixers, 60; (Letters), 158, 178--for Details, -see American Concrete
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Bond in, 65
  • Concrete for Salt Water Works, H. C. Boyden, 384
  • Contact Pressures and Stresses, Professor E. G. Coker and others, 325, 328, 351, 463
  • Contracts, 58, 83, 135, 191, 361, 413, 471, 558, 581, 658
  • Copper Alloys, Plastic Deformation of Some, Professor C. A. Edwards and Mr. A. M. Herbert, 285
  • Copper Alloys--see also Alloys
  • Copper Consumption in Germany, Increase of, 23
  • Copper, Heated, Action of Reducing Gases on, S. Beckinsale and H. Moore, 285
  • Corrosion of Boilers, Sir J. Dewrance, 182
  • Cotton, World Conference, 650
  • Crane, 25-Ton Electric Overhead Foundry, 667
  • Crane, Electric Soaking Pit, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 490
  • Crane, Tower, 5-Ton Electric, for Handling Timber, Sir William Arrol and Co., Limited, 624
  • Cranes, Magnetic Plate-handling, Alexander Jack and Co., 298
  • Crank Pin Turning--see Machine Tools
  • Crank Shaft Alignment Indicator, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 355
  • Creedy, F., on Multi-speed A.C. Motors, 438
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 28, 56. 84, 110. 136, 166, 192, 222, 250, 278, 306, 336, 362, 390, 418, 446. 472, 498. 528, 556, 582, 606, 630, 656, 680
  • Cutting Tools--see Machine Tools

D

  • DAM, American Arched, with Tangent Ends, 88
  • Deeley, R. Mountford, on Friction and Lubrication, 74, 78; (Letter), 121
  • Degassing and Purification of Boiler Feed Water, Monsieur Paul Kestner, 257
  • Denny, M. E., on The Design of Balanced Rudders of the Spade Type, 315
  • Densimeter, Continuous, for Boilers, Porter Water Softening Company, 157 ; (Letter), 215
  • Derailers--see Railways
  • Dewrance, Sir John, on The Generation of Steam, 182
  • d'Eyncourt, Sir Eustace, on Some Features of German Warship Construction, 287, 297
  • Diesel Enginesósee Engines
  • Disinfector, ì Sack î Steam, 331
  • Dominion Students in British Technical Colleges, 589
  • Drills--see Machine Tools
  • Dumping, German Views on, 292
  • Dust Explosion in an American Grain Elevator, 624

E

  • ECONOMICS of Hydro-electric Development, Professor A. H. Gibson, 367, 393
  • Educational Intelligence, 527, 581, 682
  • Edwards, Professor C. A., and Mr. A. M. Herbert on Plastic Deformation of some Copper Alloys, 285

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • - See also Annual Article
  • - Alternating-current Arc Welder, Davies and Soames, 484
  • - Arcing on Electric Trains, 236
  • - Batteries for Electric Trucks and Locomotives, Exide Ironclad, 234, 263, 290, 291, 292 ; Edison, 234, 263, 290, 318
  • - Breakdown of Turbo-alternating Plant at Glasgow, 217
  • - Charging Equipments for Electric Trucks and Industrial Locomotives, 456
  • - Crane, Electric Overhead Foundry, 25-Ton, 667
  • - Crane, Six-motor Electric Soaking Pit, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 490
  • - Crane, 5-Ton Electric Tower, for Handling Timber, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 624
  • - Dolgarrog and Cwm Dyli Hydro-electric Stations in North Wales, 195
  • - Economics of Hydro-electric Development, Professor A. H. Gibson, 367, 393
  • - Electric Heating--see Thermal Characteristics
  • - Electric Furnaces for Non-ferrous Metals, J. B. C. Kershaw, 48 ; Ajax-Wyatt Induction Furnace, 48 ; Baily Granular Resistance Furnace, 49 ; Booth Brass Furnace, 44, 49 ; Detroit Furnace, 44, 49 ; Renner- felt Indirect Arc Furnace, 49, 50 ; Snyder Direct Arc Furnace, 48, 50; Wile Tin- Smelting Furnace, 50
  • - Electric Rivet Heaters, A l Manufacturing Company, 161
  • - Electric Ships, 239
  • - Electric Trucks and Industrial Locomotives, 234, 262, 266, 290, 294, 318, 374, 375, 402, 424, 456--for Details, see Trucks, also Locomotives, Industrial
  • - Electricity Tariffs, 515
  • - Electrons, Kelvin Lecture, Sir William Bragg, 142
  • - Grain-discharging Plant, Floating Pneumatic, Electric Winch and other Equipment for, 378, 381
  • - Hydro-electric Power Project, Spanish, 301
  • - Hydro-electric Power Station, Lake Coleridge, 299
  • - Indicator, Alternator Excitation, Indicator, Rotor Winding Temperature, General Electric Company of America, 625
  • - Institution of Electrical Engineers--see also Associations
  • - Japanese Electric Companies, Combination of, 249
  • - Lamps, Edison-Swan Electric Company, 37
  • - Lochaber Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 226
  • - Locomotives, Industrial Electric--see Locomotives, Industrial
  • - London Electricity Supply Problem, 638, 662
  • - London and Home Counties Electricity District, 258, 268
  • - Magnetic Plate-handling Cranes, Alexander Jack and Co., 298
  • - Magnetic Susceptibility of Low Order, Professor E. Wilson, 241
  • - Multi-part Tariffs for Domestic Supply, J. W. Beauchamp, 479, 515
  • - Multi-speed A.C. Motors, F. Creedy, 438
  • - North Wales, Power Supply in, J. B. C. Kershaw, 195 ; (Letter), 245
  • - Pass-out Turbine and 1250-Kilowatt Alternator, C. A. Parsons and Co., Limited, 640
  • - Peat Power Plants and Transmission Lines in Germany, 422
  • - Physical and Optical Societies' Electrical Exhibits, 34, 37--see also Exhibitions
  • - Piloting Vessels by Electric Cables, A. Crossley, 567
  • - Plate Mill, Electric Driving Plant for, General Electric Company, 124, 129 (Two-page Supplement, February 4th, 1921)
  • - Powers of the Electricity Commissioners, 370
  • - Printers' Exhibition, Electrical Exhibits at, 521
  • - Private House Lighting, Electric Set for, Aster Engineering Company, 298
  • - Pump, Submersible Motor, High-lift, Submersible Motors, Limited, 24
  • - Railways--see also Railways
  • - Rivet Heaters, Electric, in Railway Wagon Shops, J. R. Bower, 412
  • - Ships, Electric, 239, 356
  • - Signalling System, New Electrical, 577
  • - Spanish Electric Power Project, 301
  • - Springdale Power Station, U.S.A., with Coal Mine Adjacent, 146
  • - Steam Turbine Design, Recent Improvements in, 482, 534, 535, 562, 592, 596, 640
  • - Switzerland, Electrification Work in, 95
  • - Temperature Limits of Large Alternators, G. A. Juhlin, 125, 130, 625
  • - Thermal Characteristics of Electric Ovens and Hot Plates, Dr. Ezer Griffiths and Mr. F. H. Schofield, 176
  • - Thermionic Valves, 610
  • - Tire Pump, Electrically Operated, Brown Brothers, 576
  • - Turbo-alternators, English Electric Company, 562
  • - Turbo-generator, Geared, Marine Type, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., 482
  • - Turbo-generators, Measurement of Air Passing Through, B. Y. Churcher, 550
  • - Turbo-generators--see also Steam Turbine Design
  • - West Bank Dock Power Station, Engines at, 144, 148, 152
  • - Working of Single Lines of Railway (Electrical Instruments), 115
  • - Yale Electric Tractor and Trucks, 263, 266
  • ELECTRONS--see Electrical Matters
  • Ellson, George, on Strengthening Cannon- street Bridge, 150

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • General:
  • - Appliances Exhibited at Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 484

ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued) :

  • General (continued):
  • - Crank Shaft Alignment Indicator, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 355
  • - Lubricating Oils for Diesel Engine Air Compressors, 508
  • - Pumping Engines--see Pumps
  • Internal Combustion Engines :
  • - Diesel Marine Engines, Sir J. P. Maclay, 370
  • - Gas-driven Blowing Engine, J300 H.P., Galloways, Limited, 451 (Two-page Supplement, April 29th, 1921)
  • - Internal Combustion Engines, 16 ; (Letters), 91, 158
  • - Marine Oil Engine, 3000 I.H.P. Opposed- piston, W. Doxford and Sons, Limited, 633, 644
  • - Modern Marine Oil Engines, 633, 644
  • - Railway Motor Coach with Internal Combustion Engine, Monsieur P. E. Leroux, 612
  • - Six-cylinder Hot-bulb Marine Oil Engine, Vickers-Petters, Limited, 212, 213
  • - Sonoscope, Capac Company, Limited, 302 Testing Diesel Engines in the Sulzer Works, 674
  • - Two-stroke Internal Combustion Engine, Record Engineering Company, Limited, 270
  • - Vegetable Oils as Fuel for Internal Combustion Engines, 255
  • Steam Engines:
  • - Convertible Steam Roller and Traction Engine, 570, 575
  • - Economical Portable Engine, Marshall, Sons and Co., 505, 507
  • - Vertical Three-cylinder Rolling Mill Engine, 25,000 Horse-power, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., 354 (Two Two-page Supplements, April 1st, 1921)
  • - Winding Engine, Four-cylinder Condensing, for American Copper Mine, 540, 541, 544
  • ENGINEERING News--see also American, French, Latin-America, South America
  • Engineering Trades and Wages, 645, 651
  • Erosion of Bronze Propellers, Dr. O. Silberrad, 146
  • Evaporating and Condensing Tubes, The Water Film on, P. H. Parr, 559 ; (Letters), 617

EXHIBITIONS :

  • - Appliances for Boiler-room and Steam and Internal Combustion Engines, at Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 484
  • - British Industries Fairs, 564
  • - Building Exhibition at Olympia, 440
  • - Floating Exhibition at The Hague, 38
  • - Physical and Optical Societies, 34
  • -- Artificial Alternating-current Signal Track Circuit, Automatic Wireless Aeroplane Transmitter, Tuning-fork Stroboscope, H. Tinsley and Co., 34
  • -- Condensers for Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, Dubilier Condenser Company, 37
  • -- Lamps, "Pointolite," andc., Edison-Swan Electric Company, 37
  • -- Machine Running Recorder, Cambridge and Paul Instrument Company, 35
  • -- Marconi Marine Detection Finder; Marconi Valve Amplifying Detector, 34
  • -- Needhamís ì Pulsator î Speed Indicator, Evershed and Vignoles, Limited, 35
  • -- Recording Chronograph, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 36
  • -- Robertson Stroboscopic Vibrator, 36
  • -- "Talyden," Taylor. Taylor and Hobson, Limited, 37
  • -- Temperature Control Apparatus, British Oil and Fuel Conservation, Limited, 34
  • -- Thermometer, Dial, New Type, Negretti and Zambra, 34
  • - Printers' Exhibition, Electrical Exhibits, 521
  • EXHIBITS at the Royal Society Conversazione, 517
  • Explosion, Dust, in an American Grain Elevator, 624
  • Explosives, Liquid Oxygen, 426

F

  • FAILURE of Metals--see Metals
  • Fairs--see Exhibitions
  • Farmer, F. M., on Standardisation in the Testing of Welds, 198, 200, 231
  • Father and Son, 154
  • Fatigue, Wohler Test, 296
  • Field, Samuel, on Zinc Smelting in Great Britain, 384
  • Finlay, K. G., on The Spacing of Transverse Bulkheads, 343
  • Firms--see Histories
  • Fletcher, J. E., on Blast-furnace and Cupola Slags, 521
  • Floating Pneumatic Grain-discharging Plant, Henry Simon, Limited, 378, 381
  • Flue Tube Superheaters, Manufacture of, Marine and Locomotive Superheaters, Limited, 438
  • Folly of Utopianism, Dion C. Calthrop, 462
  • Foreign Patents, 214
  • Forest Products Laboratory, United States, 322, 326
  • Forging Garden Forks, Modern Method of, 414
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 30, 58, 86. 112, 138, 168, 194, 224, 252, 280, 308, 338, 364, 392, 420, 448, 474, 500, 530, 558, 584, 608, 632, 658, 682
  • Foundation Failure, Lawson S. White, 667
  • Fowles, S. H., Notes on the Cleaning of Blastfurnace Gas, 520
  • France and Canada, Trade Agreement between, 260

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :

  • - 29, 57, 85, 111, 137, 167, 193, 223, 251, 279, 307, 337, 363, 391, 419, 447, 473, 499, 529, 557, 583, 607, 631, 657, 681
  • - Aid to Reconstruction, 57
  • - Aluminium 631
  • - American Coal, 529
  • - Aviation in Africa, 631

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES (continued):

  • - Coal, 447, 473
  • - Coal Supplies, 419
  • - Cokes, 499
  • - Colonial Exhibition, 337
  • - Commercial Arrangements, 111, 657
  • - Commercial Credits, 447
  • - Commercial Reforms, 607
  • - Communist Labour Strike, 363
  • - Credit and Change, 57
  • - Credits for Exports, 167
  • - Declining Wages, 85
  • - Direct Steel Process, 557
  • - Downfall of the C.G.T., 85
  • - Fiscal Problems, 29
  • - Foreign Exchanges, 681
  • - Foreign Trade, 337, 391, 473, 657
  • - Franco-British Trade, 447
  • - French Coal, 557
  • - French Resources, 29
  • - German Competition, 167
  • - Germany's Contribution, 137
  • - Harbour Works, 499
  • - Higher Import Duties, 85
  • - Hydro-electric Installations, 337
  • - Improved Exchange, 557
  • - Improving Conditions, 111
  • - Improving Exports, 363
  • - Industrial Burdens, 111
  • - Iron and Steel Exports, 419
  • - Labour Move, 137
  • - Labour Problem, 307
  • - Locomotives, 681
  • - Longwy Syndicate, 137
  • - Lost Trade, 473
  • - Lower Wages, 251
  • - Lyons Fair, 279
  • - Machine Tools, 193
  • - Machinery Exhibits, 583
  • - Merchant Fleet, 193, 307, 337, 529
  • - Motor Trade, 85
  • - Naval Construction, 631
  • - Naval Estimates, 251
  • - Naval Programme, 657
  • - New Import Duties, 279
  • - New Tariffs, 391, 419
  • - Outlook, The, 307
  • - Paris Electrical Supply, 631
  • - Paris Fair, 583
  • - Paris, The, 681
  • - Port of Paris, 473
  • - Production and Demand, 167
  • - Railway Convention, The, 681
  • - Railways, 279
  • - Reconstruction Works, 251, 499
  • - Rhine Canal, 583
  • - Rhone, The, 363, 607
  • - Road Construction, New, 529
  • - Tariff, The New, 607
  • - Tidal Power, 391
  • - Tool Steels, 447
  • - Tours Commercial Week, 557
  • - Tractor Programme, 223
  • - Tractors, 223
  • - Trade Convention, 193
  • - Trade and Credit, 681
  • - Trade Facilities, 137
  • - Trade Future, 29
  • - Trade Outlook, 529
  • - Trade Position, 363
  • - Trade Prospects, 657
  • - Unemployment, 57
  • FRENCH Ports, Improvements to, 568
  • French Steel--see Iron
  • French West Africa, Public Works in, 369
  • Friction and Lubrication, R. Mountford Deeley, 78; (Letter), 121
  • Fuel, Cheap, F. W. Harbord, 454, 461
  • Fuel Research Report, No. 1, Coal-assaying Apparatus, 355
  • Fuel, Use of Wood as, 650
  • Furnace, Reverberatory, Aluminium, 586

G

  • GARDEN Forks, Modern Method of Forging, 414
  • Gas, Blast-furnace--see Iron
  • Gas Engines--see Engines
  • Gas Regulation Act of 1920, 118
  • Gas Supply and the Coal Strike, 571
  • Gas Turbine, H. Holzwarth, Tests Resumed, 143
  • Gauge, Optical Measuring, Adam Hilger, Limited, 157
  • Gauge, Precision, Manufacture, A. G. Robson, 313
  • Gauging with Dial Instruments, Win. Gowlland's Gauge, 76
  • Gauging--see also Limit Gauging
  • Gear, Skew, Design, F. E. Lindsay, 652
  • Gear Wheel Machinery--see Machine Tools
  • Gear Wheels and Gearing, Maag System of, 283, 403
  • Gears for Ships--see Ships
  • Generating, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • German Tools--see Machine Tools
  • German Views on Dumping, 292
  • German Wages and the Cost of Production, 646
  • Germany, Increase of Copper Consumption in, 23
  • Germany, Peat Power Plants in, 422
  • Gibson, Professor A. H., on Economics of Hydro-electric Development, 367, 393
  • Gill Hydraulic Propulsion System, 172
  • Glasgow, Breakdown of Turbo-alternating Plant at, 217
  • Glass, 125; (Letters), 159, 215
  • Glass Manufacture, Machinery for, 204, 208, 548 ; (Letter), 300
  • Good, E. T., on Coal Costs and Competition : The Real Problem, 614
  • Goodall, S. V., on the ex-German Battleship Baden, 287
  • Grain-discharging Plant, Floating Pneumatic, Henry Simon, Limited, 378, 381
  • Grain Elevator, American, Dust Explosion in, 624
  • Grain Elevators in Australia, 649
  • Graves, J. G., on The World's Money System, 601
  • Greece, Patent Law in, 458
  • Griffiths, Dr. Ezer, and Mr. F. H. Schofield, on Thermal Characteristics of Electric Ovens and Hot Plates, 176, 181
  • Grinding Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Gunnery, Naval--see Ships, Naval Matters

H

  • HARBORD, F. W., on Cheap Fuel, 454, 461
  • Haughton, Dr. J. L., on The Constitution of the Alloys of Copper with Tin, 286
  • Heat Losses in Power Plants, 571, 673; (Letter), 618
  • Heathcote, H. L., on The Ball Bearing : In the Making, under Test, and on Service, 260, 491
  • Helicopter--see Aeronautics
  • Herriott, W. Scott, on Cane Sugar Machinery,
  • Hilger Interference Gauge, 157
  • Histories, Short, of Famous Firms, E. L. Ahrons, 68, 366 ; (Letter), 122
  • Holzwarth Gas Turbine, Resumption of Tests, 143
  • Hong Kong Water Supply, 170, 180 (Two-page Supplement, February 18th, 1921)
  • Hotchkiss Hydraulic Propulsion System, 140
  • Humidifying Apparatus for Textile Factories, Cleworth, Wheal and Co., Limited, 648
  • Humphrey Pump--see Pumps
  • Hydraulic Propulsion--see Ships
  • Hydraulic Tests of Boilers, Value of, 645
  • Hydraulic Valve, A New, Glenfield and Kennedy, Limited, 77 ; (Correction), 132
  • Hydro-electric Development, Economics of, Professor A. H. Gibson, 367, 393
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme, Lochaber, 226
  • Hydro-electric Power Station, Lake Coleridge, 299
  • Hydro-electric Schemes--see also Water Power

I

  • ICE Observation, North Atlantic, Report, 577
  • Indian Railway--see Railways
  • Indicator, Speed, Needham's Pulsator, 34, 35, 517
  • Indicator--see also Engines
  • Individual, The, Dion Clayton Calthrop, 409
  • Industrial Locomotives--see Locomotives
  • Industrial Respirators, Dr. L. Levy, 674
  • Industrial Trucks--see Trucks
  • Inertia Resistance of Electric Locomotives, 618
  • Influence of the Depth of Water on the Speed of Ships, 309, 340
  • Ingot Mould, Large, Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, Limited, 600
  • Instruments, Scientific, Exhibited at the Royal Society Conversazione, 517
  • Invention and Labour, 487
  • Iron Spikes in Growing Trees, 648

IRON AND STEEL :

  • - Blast - furnace and Cupola Slags, J. E. Fletcher, 521
  • - Blast-furnace Gas, Notes on the Cleaning of, S. H. Fowles, 520
  • - British Cast Iron Research Association, 642
  • - Cause of Quenching Cracks, Kotaro Honda and others, 537
  • - Conditions in the Iron and Steel Industry, 675
  • - Cupric Etching Effects Produced by Phosphorus and Oxygen in Iron, J. H. Whiteley, 537
  • - Fatigue, 296
  • - France, Early Iron-making in. Rhys Jenkins, 502
  • - French Steel Industry, 435
  • - Iron and Steel Works--see Works
  • - Japan, Iron Manufacture and Shipbuilding in, 490
  • - Plate Mill, Three-high, Plant, Davy Brothers, Limited, 124, 129 (Two-page Supplement, February 4th, 1921)
  • - Rise and Fall of the Sussex Iron Industry, Rhys Jenkins, 116, 502, 546
  • - Solid Solution of Oxygen in Iron, Dr. J. E. Stead, 520, 537
  • - Stainless Steel, Uses of, 598 ; (Letter), 663
  • - Sulphur in Steel, Methods of Estimating, T. E. Rooney, 538
  • - Tungsten Tool Steel, Prevention of Hardening Cracks, andc., in, Shipley N. Brayshaw, 537
  • - Welding of Steel in relation to Defects in Ingots, H. Brearley, 506, 519
  • IS Lubrication a Chemical Phenomenon ? 74 78; (Letter), 121
  • Italy, British Engineers in, 352
  • Italy, Port Improvements in, 522

J

  • JAPAN, Iron Manufacture, andc.--see Iron
  • Jenkins, Rhys, on The Rise and Fall of the Sussex Iron Industry, 116, 502, 546
  • Johnsen-Rahbek Effect, 597, 600, 614
  • Juhlin, G. A., on Temperature Limits of Large Alternators, 125, 130, 625
  • Jutland--see Ships, Naval Matters

K

  • KAYE, Major G. W. C., Cantor Lecture on Examination of Materials by X-Rays, 437
  • Kelvin Lecture--see Institution of Electrical Engineers
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., on Electric Furnaces for Non-ferrous Metals, 44, 48
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., on Water Power Developments in North Wales, 195 ; (Letter), 245
  • Kestner, Monsieur Paul, on The Degassing and Purification of Boiler Feed Water, 257
  • King-Salter, J. J., on Tallow Used for Launching Ships, 344

L

  • LABORATORY, United States Forest Products, 322, 326
  • Laboratory, Works, Products of, Rudge-Whitworth, Limited, 430; (Correction), 471

LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES AND WAGES QUESTIONS :

  • - Civil Engineering and Public Works, Wages on, 404
  • - Coal Costs and Competition: The Real Problem, E. T. Good, 614
  • - Engineering Trades and Wages, 645, 651
  • - German Wages and the Cost of Production, 646
  • - Invention and Labour, 487
  • - Miners and Progress, 407
  • - Mines and Miners, 379
  • - Secret Ballot, 515
  • - Unemployment, 63, 73, 209; (Letters), 159, 245, 272, 300, 357
  • - Wages and Sympathy, 73
  • - Wages and Wisdom, 323
  • LAMPS, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Larmuth, Luke H., on Airship Sheds and their Erection, 412
  • Lathes--see Machine Tools
  • Latin-American Engineering Notes, 494, 578
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 58, 83, 135, 168. 302, 335, 392, 417, 527, 581, 605, 679

LEADERS :

  • - 1920--A Retrospect, 15; (Letters), 91
  • - Abermule Railway Disaster, 598
  • - Airships and Steamships, 621
  • - Calcium, 351
  • - Casting of Metals, 546
  • - Collaboration, 408
  • - Colwyn Report, 181
  • - Coming Aeronautical Developments, 45
  • - Cutting Tools, 210
  • - Electric Heating, 181
  • - Electric Ships, 239
  • - Electricity Tariffs, 515
  • - Engineering Trades and Wages, 645
  • - Father and Son, 154
  • - Fatigue, 296
  • - French Naval Programme, 671
  • - French Steel Industry, 435
  • - Gas Supply and the Coal Strike, 571
  • - German Machine Tools, 99
  • - German Wages and Cost of Production, 646
  • - Glass, 125
  • - Heat Losses in Power Plants, 571
  • - Invention and Labour, 487
  • - Is Lubrication a Chemical Phenomenon ? 74
  • - Locomotion, 239
  • - London Electricity, 268
  • - Merchant Shipbuilding in Germany, 46
  • - Military and Civil Aeronautics, 267
  • - Miners and Progress, 407
  • - Mines and Miners, 379
  • - Ministry of Transport, 268
  • - Navy Estimates, 295
  • - Physical Phenomenon and its Application, 597
  • - Railway Amalgamation : A Good Start, 352
  • - Railway Electrification, 622
  • - Railways Bill, 488, 545, 597
  • - Saving Weight, 672
  • - Season Cracking, 435
  • - Secret Ballot, 515
  • - Stability, 461
  • - Standardisation of Limit Gauges, 462
  • - Steam Turbines, Large, 408
  • - Temperature Limits of Large Alternators, 125
  • - Unemployment, 209
  • - Valuation Advisory Committee, 380
  • - Value of Hydraulic Tests of Boilers, 645
  • - Vibration, 487
  • - Visible Stresses, 351
  • - Wages and Sympathy, 73
  • - Wages and Wisdom, 323
  • - Welds, 323
  • - Welsh Railway Disaster, 153
  • - Yield Point, 99

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS :

  • - England, North of, 26, 54, 82, 108, 134, 164, 190, 220, 248, 276, 304, 334, 335, 360, 36.1, 388, 416, 443. 470, 496, 526, 554, 580, 604, 628, 654, 678
  • - Lancashire, 25, 53, 80, 107, 133, 135, 163, 188, 191, 219, 246, 274, 277, 302, 333, 358, 387, 415, 443, 468, 495, 497, 525, 553, 579, 581, 603, 627, 629, 653, 677 ; (Letter), 42
  • - Midlands and Staffordshire, 24, 27, 52, 55, 80, 106, 132, 135, 162, 188, 218, 246, 249, 274, 302, 305, 332, 358, 386, 414, 442, 468, 494, 524, 552, 578, 602, 626, 653, 676
  • - Scotland, 26, 54, 82, 108, 134, 164, 190, 191, 220, 248, 276, 304, 334, 360, 361, 388, 416, 443, 470, 471. 496, 526, 555, 580, 604, 628, 654, 678
  • - Sheffield, 25. 53, 55, 81, 83, 107, 109, 133, 163, 189, 219, 221, 247, 249, 275, 277. 303, ? 305, 333, 359, 387, 389, 415, 443, 409, 495, 525, 527, 554, 579, 603, 627, 654, 677 ; (Letter), 159
  • - Wales and Adjoining Counties, 27, 55, 82, 83, 109, 135, 165, 190, 191, 221, 249, 276, 277, 304, 305, 335, 360, 361, 389, 417, 444, 471, 472, 497, 527, 555, 580, 581, 604, 605, 629, 655, 679

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • - Aeronautics in 1920, E. V. Hammond, 42, 92, 122 ; C. E. Stewart, 70; F. Handley Page, 92 ; Engineer, 92 ; W. T. Blake, 158
  • - Albert Dock Extension, C. R. S. Kirkpatrick, 92
  • - Bankers and Engineers, Omega, 273
  • - Boiler Efficiency and Evaporation Tests, H. V. Whittaker, 215
  • - Brighton Locomotives, A. M. Bushell, 493
  • - British Committee for Aiding Men of Letters and Science in Russia, Montagu of Beaulieu and others, 42
  • - Cementing and Cement Walls, T. J. Clark, 178 ; E. R. Dolby, 158
  • - Centrifugal Pumps, Gwynnes, Limited, 122, 272; P. G. Johnson, 158, 272, 413; Wilfley Company, Limited, 214, 357
  • - "Civils," The, and other Engineering Societies, Conrad Gribble, 300
  • - Coal Problem, Fred H. Auger, 664
  • - Coal per Ton-mile--see Ton-mileage
  • - Curious Boiler Failure, J. E. Williams, 357
  • - Densimeter Gauge (Porter's Patent), Porter Water Softening and Engineering Company, 215
  • - Driving Factories by Motor Lorry Engines, R. A. Black, 664

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):

  • - Drop Forgings, J. H. W., 70;. Bernard Brett, 92, 178 ; D. B. Morison, 92 ; J. H. Wilson, 158 ; J. R. Sumner, 158 ; Chas. S. Pettit, 214 ; Assistant Engineer, 245 ; W. H. Snow, 356, 385 ; W. H. Dawe, 356 ; R. H. Perkins, 413
  • - Drop Stamping--see Drop Forging
  • - Economy in the Office, A Manager, 159, 272 ; Ex-Correspondent, 178; W. M. Moxon. 178 ; Economist, 215 ; Ada Bullock, 215 ; M.I. Meeh. E., 272
  • - Electrification of Swiss Railways, W. P. Durtnall, 618
  • - Engineer in Industry, A. C. Purday, 385 ; A "Junior" Engineer. 413 ; E. H. Walker, 413
  • - Engineers' Club for London, R. J. Mitchell, 70 Engineers and Metallurgists, A Mechanical Engineer, 428 ; A Metallurgist, 493--see also Season Cracking
  • - Evolution of the Rail, W. T. Anderson, 42 Ferrox Welding Wire and Rods, Quasi-Arc Company, Limited, 178
  • - Fiat Company and Herr Stinnes, P. S. Morton for Fiat Company, 493
  • - "Friendly Competition," G. R. S. Darroch, 70 ; Hy. Fowler, 92
  • - Gauge Glasses, S. and C. Bishop and Co., 159
  • - German Giant Gun, T. W. S., 42
  • - Glass, R. L. Frink, 215
  • - Glass Manufacture, Edward Meigh, 300
  • - Heat Losses in Power Plants, W. P. Durtnall, 618
  • - Heating Surface, F. W. Dean, 42
  • - Hygiene of Factories, Zamaz, 651
  • - Income Tax, Chas. H. Tolley, 245
  • - Interesting Case of Shear, G. W. S., 215
  • - Is Lubrication a Chemical Phenomenon ? R. M. Deeley, 121
  • - Labour-saving and Aluminium, G. T. Pardoe, 552
  • - Labour's Share, Samuel Hall, 413, 493 ; H. G. Williams, 428
  • - "Lancashire" Metals, Gerard A. Muntz, 42
  • - Large Gas Engines, Galloways, Limited, 91 ; Crossley Brothers, Limited, 91 ; National Gas Engine Company, Limited, 158
  • - Leather Belt, New Type of, F. R. Parsons, 70 ; Geo. T. Pardoe, 122
  • - Locomotive Coal Consumption, E. Cecil Poultney, 618; Henry Fowler, 651; C. R. K., 664 ; F. W. Brewer, 664
  • - Longridge and Co., of Bedlington, Michael Longridge, 122
  • - "Mechanicals" and Associate Members of Council, E. R. Dolby, 70, 178 ; A Member, 92 ; Status Quo, 92 ; Progress, 122 ; Max R. Lawrence, 122 ; Leslie N. Burt, 122 ; A. Powis Bale, 122 ; Arthur H. Fitt, 159 ; Forward Policy, 159 ; Bertram Marshall, 178
  • - Midland Compound Engine, Expert, 70
  • - Non-ferrous Metal Prices, Hoyt Metal Company of Great Britain, 300
  • - Oil-fired, andc.--see Oil Fuel
  • - Oil Fuel Burners on Midland Locomotives, E. Cecil Poultney, 618 ; Henry Fowler, 651 ; F. W. Brewer, 664 ; C. R. K., 664
  • - Oil Fuel Burningósee Oil Fuel Burners
  • - Old Stockton and Darlington Engines, E. L. Ahrons, 300
  • - Plate Mill for the United Steel Company, Duncan Stewart and Co., 159
  • - Power Required for Pumping Viscous Liquids, R. A. Pelm ore, 301
  • - Reduction Factors for Gases, J. Gilchrist, 552 Relative Motion, F. Y. B., 357
  • - Season Cracking, H. Fowler, 428 ; H. Heathcote, 428
  • - Severn Scheme, G. C., 159 ; A. J. Liversedge, 272
  • - Severn Tidal Power--see Severn Scheme
  • - Temperature in Reversing Turbines, C. Rettie, 552
  • - Thermionic Valves, J. A. Fleming, 663
  • - Timber Viaducts on the G.W.R., Henry Shapcote, 92
  • - Ton-Mileage per Ton of Coal on Railways, C. R. K., 617, 664
  • - Trevithick's Locomotive, Henry Davey, 273 ; G. S. Knox, 273 ; Robert Young, 273 ; C. R. K., 301 ; J. G. H. Warren, 301 ; A. R. Bennett, 301 ; J. G. H. Warren, 357 ; (Correction), 357
  • - Trevithick's Portable Steam Engine, G. Greenhill, 301
  • - Unemployment, ,H. B. Strang, 245 ; Both Sides, 272; Thomas Petty, 273; I.. P. Dickins, 300, 57
  • - Uses of Stainless Steel, W. H. Hatfield, 664 Wages and Taxes, What's Good for the Goose, andc., 159
  • - Water Film on Tubes, Maurice Cohen, 617 P. H. Parr, 617
  • - Water Power in Wales, S. O'Dwyer, 245
  • - Water Supply and Sanitary Engineering in 1920, W. J. Hadfield, 92
  • - Welsh Railway Disaster, Henry A. Dibbin, 159 ; Theodore Stevens, 159; T. S. Lascelles, 215
  • - Wilfley Pump--see Centrifugal Pumps
  • - Yield Point, R. Redpath, 159
  • LEVY, Dr. L.ª on Industrial Respirators, 674 Leyland Steam Wagon, 616
  • Life-saving in Ships--see Ships
  • Lighting, Electric--see Electrical Matters Limit Gauging, Discussion on Sir R. Glazebrook's Thomas Hawkesley Lecture, 450
  • Lindsay, F. E., on Skew Gear Design, 652
  • Liquid Oxygen Explosives, 426

LITERATURE :

  • Reviews:
  • - Aircraft and Automobile Materials of Construction, Vol. I., Ferrous Materials, A. W. Judge, 183
  • - Applied Aeronautic Engineering, Henry Woodhouse, 100
  • - Applied Naval Architecture, W. J. Lovett 211
  • - Bibliotheca Chemico-Mathematica, Heinrich Zeitlinger, 573
  • - Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1920- 21, 74
  • - Building Construction, Handbook of, G. A. Hool and N. C. Johnson, 489
  • - Calcul des Organes des Machines, J. Boulvin, 547

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Reviews (continued);
  • - Chemical Analysis of Steel Works Materials, Fred. Ibbotson, 128
  • - Crude Petroleum Products and Natural Gas, Technical Examination of, W. A. Hamor and F. W. Padgett, 489, 547
  • - Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, Report, 75
  • - Education and World Citizenship, J. C. M. Garnett, 516
  • - Electric Welding, H. S. Marquand, 100
  • - Engineering and Building Foundations, Charles E. Fowler, 516
  • - Evolution of Naval Armament, Engineer- Commander F. L. Robertson, R.N., 623, 646
  • - Heat Transmission in Boilers. Condensers and Evaporators, R. Royds, 623, 673
  • - Heat Transmission by Radiation, Conduction and Convection, R. Royds, 623, 673
  • - Industrial Problems and Disputes, Lord Askwith, 398
  • - Jane's Fighting Ships, 1920, 154
  • - Measurement of Steady and Fluctuating Temperatures, R. Royds, 623, 673
  • - Metallurgy, Handbook of, Dr. Carl Schnabel, Translated, Henry Louis, Vol. I., 269
  • - Political and Commercial Geology and the Worldís Mineral Resources, J. E. Spurr, 128, 296
  • - Properties of Steam and Thermo-dynamic Theory of Turbines, Professor H. L. Callendar, 75, 353
  • - Scientific Papers of Bertram Hopkinson, Collected by Sir J. A. Ewing and Sir J. Larmor, 380
  • - Ship Form, Resistance and Screw Propulsion, G. S. Baker, 572
  • - Sugar, Manufacture of, from the Cane and Beet, T. H. P. Heriot, 437
  • Short Notices :
  • - A. B.C. of Storage Battery Management, E. C. McKinnon, 100
  • - Automotive Ignition Systems, E. L. Consoliver and G. I. Mitchell, 489, 573
  • - Cassell's Workshop Series :
  • -- Mechanical Drawing, 75, 100
  • -- Pattern Drawing for Sheet Metal Workers, Thomas Newton, 75, 100
  • -- Screw-cutting, F. J. Camm, 75, 100
  • - Chemistry, Applied, Dictionary of, Sir E. Thorpe, 437
  • - Coal in Great Britain, Walcot Gibson, 128
  • - Complete Practical Machinist, Joshua Rose, 211
  • - Connecting Induction Motors, A. M. Dudley, 573, 673
  • - Electric Handling of Materials, H. H. Broughton, 100
  • - Electric and Magnetic Circuits, Fundamental Principles of, Fred Alan Fish, 128, 647
  • - Electric Switch and Controlling Gear, C. G. Garrard, 128
  • - Engineering Instruments and Meters, Edgar A. Griffiths, 75, 517
  • - Essentials of Advertising, F. L. Blanchard, ï 325, 547
  • - Geology of Petroleum, W. Harvey Emmons, 325, 517
  • - Governors and the Governing of Prime Movers, W. Trinks, 269
  • - Heat Engines, David A. Low, 269
  • - Kempe's Engineers' Year Book, 1921, 517
  • - Lessons in Electricity and Magnetism, William S. Franklin and Barry Macnutt, 128, 673
  • - Lubricating and Allied Oils, Elliott A. Evans, 128, 269
  • - Machines et Chaudieres Marines, J. Boulvin, 647
  • - Marine Screw Propellers, Detail Design of, Douglas H. Jackson, 269
  • - Marine Single and Double-ended Boilers, Practical Design of, John Gray, 296, 380
  • - Mechanical Production of Cold, Sir J. A. Ewing, 353
  • - Mind and Work : Psychological Factors in Industry and Commerce, C. S. Myers, 647
  • - Miscellaneous Tables for Mechanical Draughtsmen, M. H. Sabine, 353
  • - Oil Fuel Burning in Marine Practice, J. W. M. Sothern, 211
  • - Practical Design of Plate Girder Bridges, Harold H. Bird, 12
  • - Practical River and Canal Engineering, R. C. Royal Minikin, 12, 128
  • - Producer Gas, J. Emerson Dowson and A. T. Lar ter, 12, 380
  • - Railway Signalling (Mechanical), Leonard P. Lewis, 489
  • - Shipyards of Armstrong, Whitworth, 128
  • - Surveying and Levelling, A Text-book of, H. Threlfall, 12, 489
  • - Testing of Motive Power Engines, R. Royds, 12, 211
  • - Turret Lathe Practice, J. G. Horner, 517, 547
  • - Universal Sheet Metal Pattern Cutter, W. Neubecker, 517, 547
  • - Well Boring for Water, Brine and Oil, C. Isler, 12, 489
  • - Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, L. B. Turner, 573
  • Books Received:
  • - Aeroplane Performance Calculations, Harris Booth, 573
  • - Air Supply to Boiler-rooms of Modern Ships of War, R. W. Allen, 573
  • - Aircraft and Automobile Materials of Construction, Arthur W. Judge, 573
  • - Applied Colloid Chemistry, W. D. Bancroft, 573
  • - Artificial Light, Its Influence on Civilisation, M. Luckeish, 547
  • - Automobile and Aircraft Engines, Arthur W. Judge, 573
  • - Belts for Power Transmission, W. G. Dunkley, 296
  • - Benzol: Its Recovery, Rectification and Uses, S. E. Whitehead, 12
  • - B.O.T. and Marine Engineering Knowledge, Steam and Oil, W. C. Macgibbon, 12
  • - British in China and Far Eastern Trade, C. A. Middleton Smith, 12
  • - British Journal Photographic Almanac, andc., George E. Brown, 12

LITERATURE (continued)

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - British Scientific Instruments, Dictionary of, 547
  • - Coal Washing, Ernst Prochaska, 573
  • - Coke Oven and By-product Works Chemistry, Thomas Biddulph-Smith, 623
  • - Comparative Therm Tables, H. R. Askew, 125
  • - Continuous-current Armature Winding, Elementary Principles of, F. M. Denton, 296
  • - Continuous Wave Wireless Telegraphy, W. H. Eccles, 547
  • - Copper Refining, Lawrence Addicks, 573
  • - Cours de Mecanique Appliquee aux Machines Professe a 1íEcole Speciale du Genie Civil de Gand, J. Boulvin, 573
  • - Creative Chemistry, Edwin E. Slosson, 547
  • - Democracy and Capital, W. B. Faraday, 353
  • - Direct-current Dynamos and Motors, Theory of, John Case, 128
  • - Drainage and Sanitation, E. H. Blake, 547
  • - Dynamo and Motor Attendants and their Machines, Frank Broadbent, 573
  • - Electrical Engineering, F. F. Wall, 623
  • - Electrical Handling of Materials, Vol. II., Structural Work, H. H. Broughton, 573
  • - Electrical Installation Work, J. H. Havelock, 547
  • - Electric Welding, Ethan Viall, 623
  • - Electrification of Railways, H. F. Trewman, 296
  • - Electrolytic Deposition of Hydrometallurgy of Zinc, Oliver C. Ralston, 573
  • - Employee Training, J. Van Liew Morris, 573
  • - Engineering as a Career, Percival Marshall and A. W. Marshall, 547
  • - Engineering Construction, Part I., In Steel and Timber, Part II., In Masonry and Concrete, W. H. Warren, 573
  • - Extra Chief Engineers' and Surveyors' Guide to the Examinations of the Board of Trade, Peter Youngson, 623
  • - Field Methods in Petroleum Geology, G. H. Cox and others, 573
  • - Files and Filing, Translated, Ch. Fremont, 12
  • - Fuel Oil and Steam Engineering, Elements of, R. Sibley, 623
  • - Gas Torch and Thermit Welding, Ethan Viall, 573
  • - Gasoline Automobiles, J. A. Moyer, 573
  • - Geology of the British Empire, F. R. C. Reed, 623
  • - Heating Systems : Design of Hot Water and Steam Heating Apparatus, F. W. Raynes, 573
  • - Hensloweís Motor Dictionary, L. Henslowe, 623
  • - History of the Great War, andc., Merchant Navy, Vol. I., Archibald Hurd, 296
  • - History of the Great War, Sea-borne Trade, Vol. I., The Cruiser Period, C. E. Fayle, 75
  • - Hydro-electric Development, J. W. Meares, 296
  • - Hydro-electric Development in Ontario, E. B. Biggar, 547
  • - India-rubber Goods Manufacture, "Factory Manager," 325
  • - Laboratory Aids in Practical Mechanics, andc., G. S. Bowling, 647
  • - Lessons in Heat, Wm. Franklin and B. MacNutt, 128
  • - Lessons in Mechanics, Wm. Franklin and B. MacNutt, 128
  • - Liberalism and Industry, Ramsay Muir, 12
  • - Lubrication, Practice of, T. E. Thomsen, 75
  • - Marine Engineering, Engineer-Captain A. E. Tompkins, 128
  • - Marine Propellers, S. W. Barnaby, 75
  • - Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism, Elements of the, Sir J. J . Thomson, 296
  • - Meteorological Office, Air Ministry, British Rainfall, 547
  • - Meteorology, A. E. M. Geddes, 573
  • - Microscope : Its Design, Construction and Applications, F. S. Spiers, 325
  • - Mine Rescue Work and Organisation, H. F. Bulman and F. P. Mills, 573
  • - Modern Sanitary Engineering, Part I., House Drainage, Gilbert Thomson, 12
  • - Modern Sanitary Engineering, Part II., Sewerage, Gilbert Thomson, 489
  • - Motor and Dynamo Control, W. S. Ibbetson, 12
  • - Motor Trade Telegram Code, W. M. Saunders, 75
  • - Municipal Engineering, H. P. Boulnois, 573
  • - New Stone Age, andc., Harrison E. Howe, 573
  • - Oceanography, Text-book of, J. T. Jenkins, 547
  • - Opportunities in Engineering, C. M. Horton, 547
  • - Physical and Chemical Constants and Some Mathematical Functions, G. W. C. Kaye and T. H. Laby, 517
  • - Plumon's Dictionaries of Technical Terms, 517
  • - Practical Hydraulics, Text-book of, andc., James Park, 647
  • - Premium Bonus System, Sir W. Rowan Thomson, 325
  • - Principles of Costing, A. Cathles, 623
  • - Pure Mathematics for Engineers, Parts I. and II., S. B. Gates, 547
  • - Radiographic Technique, T. Thorne Baker, 547
  • - Recent Practice in the Use of Self-contained Breathing Apparatus, Lieut. Rex C. Smart, 647
  • - Repairing of Locomotives, Vol. II., Boiler and Fire-box Repairs, E. L. Ahrons, 623
  • - Serbo-Croatian Self-taught, J. J. R. E. Beirne, 547
  • - Shipping and Transport, Reinforced Concrete, The Factory, 517
  • - Single-phase Transformers, Small, Edgar T. Painton, 296
  • - Slide Rule, C. N. Pickworth, 128
  • - Smithing and Forging, Joseph G. Horner, 296
  • - Social and Industrial History of Scotland, andc., James Mackinnon, 573
  • - Spot and Arc Welding, H. A. Horner, 547
  • - Standard Measurements, 547
  • - State of Ohio, Miami Conservancy District, 547
  • - Steam Railway Locomotive, E. L. Ahrons, 296
  • - Technical Methods of Analysis, 573

LITERATURE (continued) :

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Textile Mathematics, Part I. and Part II., T. Woodhouse and A. Brand, 573
  • - Three-phase Induction Motors, Practical Treatise on, L. E. Wood, 573
  • - "Transactions" of the Institution of Naval Architects, 75
  • - Water Power Engineering, Fundamental Principles of, F. F. Fergusson, 296
  • - Wireless Telegraphy ... the Quenchedspark System, B. Leggett, 325
  • LLOYD'S Register--see Ships
  • Loader for Loose Materials, Radial Type, Jeffrey Company, 577
  • Lochaber Hydro-electric Scheme, 226
  • Locomotion, 239
  • Locomotives, Industrial Electric, English Electric Company, 666
  • Locomotives, Industrial Electric, "Automatic" Company, 402, 403 ; British Electric Vehicles, Limited, 290, 294; Jeffery Battery Locomotives, 290 ; Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 235, 236
  • Locomotives, Industrial, Electric Trucks and, 234, 262, 266, 290, 294, 318, 374, 375, 402
  • Locomotives--see also Railways
  • L.C.C. Tramcar Design, Competition, 187
  • Lubricating Oils for Diesel Engine Air Compressors, 508
  • Lubrication--see also Friction, andc.
  • Lubricator, Pump, Dunbar and Slater, Limited, 161

M

  • MAAG System of Gearing, 283, 403
  • Macdonald, Sir M., and Mr. H. E. Hurst, on Measuring the Discharge of the Nile at the Assuan Dam, 542
  • Machine Motion--see Recorder

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • - Auto-lathe, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 574
  • - Bench-type Six-spindle Drilling Machine, B.S.A. Tools, Limited, 494
  • - Crank Pin Turning Machine, G. Richards and Co., Limited, 102
  • - Cutting Tools, 198, 210
  • - Double - spindle Hole - grinding Machine, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Limited, 51
  • - Drill, Westool Electric, Westminster Tool and Electric Company, 331
  • - Gear Cutting and Grinding Machinery, Maag Gear Wheel Company, 283, 403
  • - Gear Wheel Testing Machine, Adolphe Saurer, 285
  • - German Machine Tools, 99, 101
  • - Machine Tool Trades' Association, 99, 101
  • - Machine Tool Works at Broadheath, Churchill
  • - Machine Tool Company, 346, 350
  • - Milling Cutters, Interesting Pair of, 330
  • - Radial Drilling Machine for Condenser Tube Plates, William Asquith, Limited, 330
  • -Radius Link-grinding Machine, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Limited, 51
  • - Shearing Machine, High-speed Power, Regent Shears (1918), Limited, 270
  • - Twist Drill Sharpening and Thinning Machine, Herbert Hunt and Sons, 674
  • MAGNETIC Plate-handling Cranes, Alexander Jack and Co., 298
  • Magnetic Susceptibility of Low Order, Professor E. Wilson, 241
  • Marine Engines--see Engines
  • Marine Engineering, Limits of Steam Conditions in, 480 ; (Letter), 551
  • Mechanical Loading--see Ships
  • Meniscus Microphones, E. B. H. Wade, 442
  • Mercantile Shipbuilding--see Ships
  • Metal-scraping Machine, Pneumatic, Anderson Brothers Manufacturing Company, 160
  • Metals, Casting of, Professor T. Turner, 492, 546

Metals, Failure of, under Internal and Prolonged Stresses, Joint General Discussion of, by Faraday Society and others, 325, 371, 396, 427, 477, 523--for Full List of Papers, see Associations, Faraday Society ; (Letters), 428, 493

  • Mexican Port Improvements, 348
  • Microphones, Meniscus, E. B. H. Wade, 442 Milling Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Milner, F., on Reinforced Concrete and the Housing of Expensive Plant, 79
  • Mineral Research, Sir R. Redmayne's Address, 647
  • Mineral Statistics, Our, 254
  • Miners and Progress, 407
  • Mines and Miners, 379
  • Mining in Victoria, 547
  • Ministry of Transport, 268
  • Money System, The World's, J. G. Graves, 601
  • Moore, H., and others, on Season Cracking of Brass and other Copper Alloys, 264
  • Motor Coach, Railway--see Railways
  • Motor Lorry Converted into Railway Motor Coach, 94, 95, 98
  • Motor Lorry used to Drive a Factory, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 649 ; (Letter), 664
  • Motorsósee also Agricultural
  • Motors, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Mountain Road in South Australia, 263

N

  • NAVAL Mattersósee Ships
  • Needham's "Pulsator" Speed Indicator, 34, 35, 517
  • Newcastle, New South Wales, Port Improvements at, Percy Allan, 270

NEWCOMEN SOCIETY:

  • - Mystery of Trevithick's London Locomotives, Loughnan Pendred, 242, 268 ; (Letters), 273, 301, 357
  • - Presidentís Address, 636
  • - Rise and Fall of the Sussex Iron Industry, Rhys Jenkins, 116, 502, 546

NEWCOMEN SOCIETY (continued) :

  • - Summer Meeting in Birmingham, Programme 608, 636, 672
  • NEW Year Honours, 42
  • Nile, Measuring the Discharge of the, at the Assuan Dam, Sir M. Macdonald and Mr. H. E. Hurst, 542
  • Noble, Sir William, on the Long-distance Telephone System of the United Kingdom, 319
  • North Atlantic Ice Observation, Report, 577
  • North Wales, Water Power Developments in, J. B. C. Kershaw, 195 ; (Letter), 245
  • Norway, Water Power in, 332

O OBITUARY :

  • - Blount, Bertram, 400
  • - Gatehouse, Tom Ernest, 376
  • - Hodgson, Henry, 178
  • - Jenkins, D. AL, 74
  • - Johnson, Arthur H., 109
  • - McLachlan, John, 241
  • - May, Walter, 468
  • - Moulton, Lord, 260
  • - Oechsner, Charles Louis, 564
  • - Pitt, AValter, 51, 74
  • - Walker, George Blake, 614
  • - Webb, Sir Arthur, 288
  • OIL Engines--see Engines
  • Oil Fuel Burners--see Railway Locomotives
  • Oil, Natural, The Origin of, Rear-Admiral Sir W. Clarkson, 511
  • Oil Replacing Coal, 512
  • Oils, Lubricating, for Diesel Engine Air Compressors, 508
  • Oils, Vegetable, as Fuel for Internal Combustion Engines, 255
  • Oil-tight Bulkheads for Tankers, 331
  • O'Neill Glass Bottle Machine, 548
  • Optical Measuring Gauge, Adam Hilger, Limited, 157
  • Oxygen in Iron--see Iron

P

  • PARIS, Public Transport in, 118
  • Parr, P. H., on the Water Film on Evaporating and Condensing Tubes, 559 ; (Letters), 617
  • Parsons Tunnel--see Railways
  • Patent Cases, 355
  • Patent Law in Greece, 458
  • Patent Office Applications, 79
  • Patent Office Practice, 316
  • Patent Practice, United States, 602

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS :

  • British :
  • - Aeronautics, 111, 223, 280
  • - Batteries and Accumulators, 57, 583, 631
  • - Building, 111, 168, 224
  • - Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 307, 337, 363, 681
  • - Cranesand Conveyors, 224, 252, 337, 420, 474
  • - Dynamos and Motors, 29, 111, 167, 223, 279, 363, 391, 419, 473, 557, 583
  • - Electrical Appliances, 657
  • - Electric Furnaces, 111, 138, 223, 307
  • - Engines, Internal Combustion, 29, 57, 85, 137, 167, 193, 307, 391, 419, 473, 499, 557, 607
  • - Engines, Steam, 279
  • - Gas Producers, 29, 137, 363
  • - Lighting and Heating, 251, 280, 307, 338, 363, 419, 529, 557, 584, 657
  • - Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 57, 138, 167, 223, 308, 338, 391, 448, 499, 530, 584, 631, 658, 681
  • - Measuring and Testing Instruments, 85, 308, 529, 608, 658, 681
  • - Miscellaneous, 30, 58, 112, 138, 168, 194, 224, 252, 308, 338, 364, 392, 420, 448, 474, 500, 530, 558, 584, 608, 632, 658, 682
  • - Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 194, 308, 338, 420
  • - Ordnance, 168, 364, 499
  • - Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 112, 193, 252, 499, 557
  • - Ships and Boats, 30, 558, 608, 658
  • - Steam Generators, 193, 251, 473
  • - Steam Turbines--see Turbines
  • - Switchgear, 30, 85, 111, 137, 193, 280, 337, 447, 607, 631, 681
  • - Telegraphs and Telephones, 30, 193, 337
  • - Tramways and Railways, 224, 252, 363, 447, 474, 584
  • - Transformers, 86, 111, 137, 251, 280, 419, 657
  • - Transmission of Power, 86, 138, 224. 251, 308, 364, 419, 447, 529, 558, 583, 607, 631, 657, 682
  • - Turbine Machinery, 57, 85, 193, 337, 391, 419, 499, 583, 657, 681
  • - Wireless Telegraphy, 85, 137, 167, 223, 251, 279, 307, 337, 391, 419, 447, 499, 529, 557, 583, 631, 657, 681
  • PATENTS, Foreign, 314
  • Patents, United States, 629
  • Peat Power Plants in Germany, 422
  • Pendred, Loughnan, on The Mystery of Trevithick's London Locomotives, at the Newcomen Society, 242, 268 ; (Letters), 273, 301
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 27, 83, 132, 162, 191, 218, 249, 305, 361, 417, 445, 471, 497, 530, 581, 608, 632, 658, 682
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 34 --see also Exhibitions
  • Physical Phenomenon and its Application, Alfred Johnsen and Kund Rahbek, 597, 600, 614
  • Plate Mill Plant, Three-high, Davy Brothers, Limited, 124, 129 (Two-page Supplement, February 4th, 1921)
  • Pneumatic Grain-discharging Plant, Floating, Henry Simon, Limited, 378, 381
  • Pneumatic Metal-scraping Machine, Anderson Brothers Manufacturing Company, 160
  • Port Improvements in Italy, 522
  • Port Improvements at Newcastle, New South Wales, Percy Allan, 270
  • Portable Engines--see Engines
  • Poultney, E. C., on Locomotive Footplate Experiences, 155, 365, 449, 561, 609; (Letter), 493
  • Power Plants, Heat Losses in, 571, 673 ; (Letter), 618
  • Power Stations--see Electrical Matters
  • Precision Gauge Manufacture, Arthur G. Robson, 313
  • Production Engineers, Institution--see Associations
  • Propellers, Marine--see Ships
  • Propulsion, Marine--see Ships
  • Public Works in French West Africa, 369

PUMPS :

  • - Circulating and Bilge Pumps, Fuel Pumps for Six-cylinder Marine Oil Engine. Vickers-Petters, Limited, 212, 213
  • - Gill Pump for Hydraulic Propulsion of Ships, 172
  • - Hong-Kong Water Supply, Triple-expansion Pumping Engines for, James Simpson and Co., 170, 180 (Two-page Supplement, February 18th, 1921)
  • - Hotchkiss Pump for Hydraulic Propulsion of Ships, 140
  • - Humphrey Pump, Pumps at Chingford, 232. 238
  • - Pump Lubricator, Dunbar and Slater, Limited, 161
  • - Submersible Motor High-lift Pump, Submersible Motors, Limited, 24
  • - Tire Pump, Electrical, Brown Brothers, 576
  • - Wilfley Centrifugal Pump, 96 ; (Letters), 122, 158, 214, 272, 357, 413

R

  • RAILS, Device for Holding Down, to Concrete Foundations, J. H. Walker, 131

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS:

  • - See also Annual Article
  • General:
  • - Accident Inquiries by Ministry of Transport in 1920, 590
  • - Arcing on Electric Trains, 236
  • - Automatic Train Control on the North Staffordshire Railway, 288
  • - Colwyn Report, Committee on Railway Agreements, 181, 186, 199
  • - Derailers for Railway Sidings, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, 576
  • - Device for Holding Down Rails to Concrete Foundations, J. H. Walker, 131
  • - Economic Aspect of Railway Electrification, A. H. Armstrong, 576
  • - Electric Rivet Heaters in Railway Wagon Shops, J. R. Bower, 412
  • - Four Railway Accident Reports, 286
  • - Railway Amalgamation, 352, 358
  • - Railway Electrification, 622
  • - Railway Motor Coach with Internal Combustion Engine, Mons. P. E. Leroux, 612
  • - Railway Returns for 1920, 508
  • - Railway Wagon Weighing Machine, A. J. Amsler and Co., 23
  • - Railways Bill, 488, 545, 551, 597
  • - Tire-fixing Rolls for Railway Wheels, B. and S. Massey, Limited, 441
  • - Tunnel, Parsons, Lengthening, on the Great Western Railway, 256, 259
  • - Wagon Works--see Works
  • - Working of Single Lines of Railway, 1 15, 127
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - Abermule Disasterósee Cambrian
  • - British and French Railway Speed in 1920, 253
  • - British Malaya, Railways in, 79
  • - British Railway Traffic Establishment in Rhineland, A. L. Stead, 90
  • - Cambrian Railway Disaster, 127, 145, 153, 598 ; (Letters), 159, 215
  • - Great Western Railway, Trestle Viaducts on, Noss and Longwood, Penryn, Ponsanooth, and Saint Germains, 64, 72 ; (Letter), 92
  • - Indian Railway Report, 315
  • - London and North-Western and Lancashire and Yorkshire Railways Amalgamation. 352, 358
  • - Melbourne Railways, Electrification of the, 78
  • - New South Wales Railways, Motor Lorry Converted into Railway Motor Coach, 94, 95, 98
  • - North-Eastern Railway New Electric Rolling Stock, 394, 406 (Two-page Supplement, April 15th, 1921)
  • - North Staffordshire Railway, Automatic Train Control on, 288
  • - Parsons Tunnel on the Great Western Railway, Lengthening, 256, 259
  • - Stoke-on-Trent, New Railway at, 467
  • Foreign :
  • - Alpine Tunnels, Progress of, 348
  • - Belgian Congo, Proposed Railway Developments in, 386
  • - Italian Railways, Electrification of, 400
  • - Japan, Railway Construction in, 568
  • - Latin-American Railway Notes, 214
  • - Spain, Narrow-gauge Railway Construction in, 316
  • - Spanish Railways, Nationalisation of, 568
  • - Swiss Railways, Electrification of the, 563 : (Erratum), 590 ; (Letter), 618
  • - Virginian Railway 107-Ton Coal Wagons, 2)7

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES:

  • General:
  • - Care of Locomotive Boilers, W. G. Bishop, 50
  • - Grinding Machines for Locomotive Work-- see Machine Tools
  • - Inertia Resistance of Electric Locomotives, 618
  • - Locomotive Footplate Experiences, 155, 365, 449, 561, 609 ; (Letter), 493
  • - Locomotive for Nigeria, W. Beardmore and Co., 508

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES (continued) :

  • General (continued):
  • - Locomotives Built by Messrs. Longridge, R. B., and Co., Bedlington Works :
  • -- Bristol and Exeter Railway Broad-gauge Engine, 69
  • -- Early Locomotives Built at, 68
  • -- First Locomotive in Holland, The Snelheid, 1839, 68
  • -- Shrewsbury and Birmingham Railway Engine, 1849, 68
  • -- Shrewsbury and Chester Railway Engine, 1846, 69
  • - Locomotives Built by Messrs. George and John Rennie, Blackfriars :
  • -- Brighton, Croydon and Dover Railway, Two Six-wheeled Single Engines, 1843. 367
  • -- Brighton Railway, Four Six-wheeled Single Engine, 1840, 1841, 367
  • -- Early Locomotives Built at, 366
  • -- Great-Western Railway, Two Broad-gauge Engines, 1841, 367
  • -- London and Croydon Railway, 1838 and 1839, 367
  • -- London and Southampton Railway Locomotives Built in 1838, 367
  • -- Trevithick's London Locomotives, Mystery of, Loughnan Pendred, 242, 268 ; (Letters), 273, 301, 357 ; (Correction), 357
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - Caledonian Railway Express Passenger Engine, 11 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Great Central Railway, Footplate Experiences, E. C. Poultney, 365
  • - Great Central Railway Four-cylinder Engines, 660 (Two-page Supplement, June 24th, 1921)
  • - Great Eastern Express Goods Engine, 10 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Great Indian Peninsular Railway Tank Engine, North British Locomotive Company, 11, 14
  • - Great Northern Three-cylinder Engines, 593 ; (Letters), 617, 618, 664
  • - Great Northern Three-cylinder Fast Goods Engine, 10 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Great Western Railway, Paddington and Bristol, Footplate Experiences, E. C. Poultney, No. I., 561 ; No. II., 609
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Passenger Engine, Tests of, 410
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, Footplate Experiences, E. C. Poultney, 155
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Footplate Experiences, 449 ; (Letter), 493
  • - London and Brighton Superheater Express Goods Engine, 10 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - London and South-Western Six-coupled Express Goods Engine, 1I (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Metropolitan Railway Four-coupled Tank Engines, 120, 121
  • - Metropolitan Railway Tank Engine, 11 ; (Correction), 38
  • - Midland Locomotives, Oil Fuel Burners on, 601 ; (Letters), 618, 651, 664
  • - Midland Railway Decapod, 10, 11
  • - North-Eastern Three-cylinder Fast Goods Engine, 11 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - South African Railways, Garratt Articulated Locomotive, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, 11, 14
  • - Sudan Government Railways Engine, North British Locomotive Company, 11, 14
  • Foreign :
  • - American Locomotive with Driven Trailing Axle, Tests of, 593
  • - Large American Goods Locomotives, 372
  • RANKIN Feeder--see Glass Manufacture
  • Recorder, Machine Motion, Cambridge and Paul Instrument Company, 35, 36
  • Recording Chronograph, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 36
  • Recrystallisation--see Aluminium
  • Redmayne, Sir R., on Mineral Research, 647
  • Reinforced Concrete, Bond in, 65
  • Reinforced Concrete and the Housing of Expensive Plant, F. Milner, 79
  • Research, Mineral, Sir R. Redmayne's Address, 647
  • Research--see also Scientific
  • Respirators, Industrial, Dr. L. Levy, 674
  • Rhodin, John G. A., on Aluminium and its Alloys in Engineering, 488, 501, 531, 559, 586, 622, 635, 659 ; (Letters), 552, 651
  • Ringrose, H. T., on the Scientific Control of Combustion, 511 ; (Letter), 552
  • Rivet Heaters, Electric, A-JE Manufacturing Company, 161
  • Rivet Heaters--see also Electrical Matters
  • Robb, A. M., on Deflections of Bulkheads and of Ships, 344
  • Robson, Arthur G., on Precision Gauge Manufacture, 313
  • Roller, Steam, and Traction Engine, Convertible, John Fowler and Co., Limited, 570, 575
  • Rolling Mill--see Plate Mill
  • Rolling Mill Engines--see Engines
  • Rosenhain, Dr., Introductory Address on Failure of Metals under Internal and Prolonged Stress, at Faraday Society Joint Meeting, 371, 477, 523
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Report of Motor Trials, 464
  • Royal Society Conversazione and Exhibits, 517
  • Rudders--see Ships

S

  • "SACK" Steam Disinfector, 331
  • St. Lawrence River, Deepening the, 664
  • Salt Water Works, Concrete for, H. C. Boyden, 384
  • Salving of Ships--see Ships
  • Sanitary Engineering--see Annual Articles
  • Saving Weight, 672
  • Scientific Control of Combustion. H. T. Ringrose, 511; (Letter), 552

SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH :

  • -- British Cast Iron Research Association, 642
  • -- Report to Lubricants Inquiry Committee, Friction and Lubrication, R. Mountford Deeley, 74, 78
  • SEASON Cracking, 435 ; (Letters), 428
  • Season Cracking--see also Brass Secret Ballot, 515
  • Seven-day Journal, 9, 39, 67, 93, 119, 147, 175. 203, 233, 261, 289, 317. 345, 373, 401, 429, 455, 481, 509. 539. 565, 591, 615, 639, 665; (Letters), 70, 92, 158, 178, 214, 245, 385, 413, 493
  • Severn Barrage Scheme, 210. 230; (Letters), 179, 272
  • Shanghai, Shipbuilding Industry in, 161
  • Shearing Machines--see also Machine Tools
  • Shears, End-cutting and Sketch Plate, Mangle, andc., for Plate Mill, Scriven and Co., 124, 129, 130 (Two-page Supplement, February 4th, 1921)

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :

  • - See also Annual Article
  • General:
  • - Australia, Shipbuilding Industry in, 77
  • - Deflections of Bulkheads and of Ships, A. M. Robb, 344
  • - Design of Balanced Rudders of the Spade Type, M. E. Denny, 315
  • - Electric Ship, 239, 356
  • - Engines--see Engines
  • - Erosion of Bronze Propellers, Dr. O. Silberrad, 146
  • - Fitting a Large Propeller to a Steamship, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 52
  • - Framing of Ships, Professor T. B. Abell, 343
  • - Hydraulic Propulsion of Ships, 140, 172
  • - Influence of the Depth of Water on the Speed of Ships, 309, 340
  • - Japan, Iron Manufacture and Shipbuilding in, 490
  • - Life-saving Appliances on Cargo and Passenger Vessels, E. W. Blocksidge, 314
  • - Lloyd's Register Shipbuilding Returns, 66, 441
  • - Mechanical Gears of Double Reduction for Merchant Ships. R. J. Walker and S. S. Cook, 314, 327
  • - Mechanical Loading of Ships, H. J. Smith, 91, 103
  • - Mercantile Shipbuilding in 1920, Lloyd's Register, 105
  • - Merchant Shipbuilding in Germany, 46
  • - Oil-tight Bulkheads for Tankers, 331
  • - Piloting Vessels by Electrically Energised Cables, A. Crossley, 567
  • - Salvage, Notable Feat of, 301
  • -Spacing of Transverse Bulkheads, K. G. Finlay, 343
  • - Strength of Submarine Vessels, W. R. J. Whiting, 314
  • - Tallows Used for Launching Ships, Experiments on, J. J. King-Salter, 344
  • - Yachts, Racing. Rules for Building and Classifying, 79
  • British Navy :
  • - Enterprise, H.M. Light Cruiser, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Hood, H.M. Battle-cruiser, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - L 71 and M 23, H.M. Submarines, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Lord Clive, British Monitor, with Experimental Triple Big Gun Mounting, 421, 434
  • - Raleigh, H.M. Light Cruiser, 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Wolverine, H.M. Destroyer. 17 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • Naval Matters :
  • - British and German Naval War Material, Sir R. Hadfield on. 348
  • - Ex-German Battleship Baden. S. V. GoodalL 287
  • - German Warship Construction, Some Features of, Sir Eustace d'Eyncourt, 287. 297
  • - Jutland Despatches, Some Reflections on, 87, 114, 139, 169
  • - Naval Gunnery and Construction, Bombardment, Experimental, of German Battleship Baden, by H.M.S. Lord Clive, 421, 434
  • - Naval Policy, Some Notes on, 324
  • - Navy Estimates, 295, 324
  • Foreign Navies:
  • - American Warships, New, 227 (Two-page Supplement, March 4th, 1921)
  • - French Naval Programme, 671
  • - Italian Battleship Leonardo da Vinci, Salving of, 281 (Two-page Supplement, March 18th, 1921)
  • - United States Battleships California and Maryland, 227, 228
  • Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • - Arundel Castle, Union-Castle R.M.S., 510, 514
  • - Cunard Liner Samaria, 21 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Elizabeth Stoner, Cargo Vessel, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 626
  • - Great Eastern Railway Cross-Channel Steamer Antwerp, 22 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Meandros, Cargo Steamer, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 21 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Motor Ship Theodore Roosevelt, 22 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - P. and O. Naldera, 21 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • - Yngaren, Motor Ship, Trials of, Wm. Doxford and Co., Limited, 642
  • - Zeeland Steamship Companyís Steamer Prinses Juliana," 22 (Supplement, January 7th, 1921)
  • SHORT Histories--see Histories
  • Signalling System, New Electrical, 577
  • Silberrad, Dr. O., on the Erosion of Bronze Propellers, 146
  • "Sincometer." for Survey Work, Charles C. Wardrop, 594
  • Skew Gear Design, F. E. Lindsay, 652
  • Smith Continuous System of Carbonisation, G. H. Thurston, 41
  • Smith, H. J., on the Mechanical Loading of Ships, 91, 103, 126
  • Snow-loading Machine, American, Barber r Greene and Co., 216
  • Sonoscope, Capac Company, Limited. 302
  • South America, Engineering News from, 79, 157, 386
  • South Australia, Mountain Road in, 263
  • Southwark Bridge, The New, 61
  • Stability, 461
  • Standardisation of Engineering Products, Conference, 577
  • Standardisation of Limit Gauges, 450, 462
  • Standardisation--see also Aeronautics ; also Welds
  • Stead, A. L., on the British Railway Traffic Establishment in Rhineland, 90
  • Stead, Dr. J. E., on Solid Solution of Oxygen in Iron, 520, 537
  • Steam Conditions in Marine Engineering, Limits of, 480 ; (Letter), 551
  • Steam, Generation of, Sir John Dewrance, 182 Steam Turbine Design, Recent Improvements in, 482, 534, 535, 562, 592, 596, 640
  • Steam Turbines--see also Turbine
  • Steam Wagon, Leyland Motors (1914), Limited, 616
  • Steel--see Iron
  • Strength of Vessels--see Ships
  • Stress, Internal and Prolonged, Failure of Metals under, Joint Discussion of, by Faraday and other Societies, 325, 371, 396, 427, 477, 523 ; (Letters), 428, 493--for Full List of Papers, see Associations, Faraday Society
  • Stresses, Visible, 351
  • Stresses--see Contact Pressures; also Alternating Stress
  • Stroboscope, Tinsley Tuning-fork, 34
  • Stroboscopic Vibrator, Robertson's, 36
  • Sugar Cane, Machinery, W. Scott Herriott, 288
  • Superheaters, Flue Tube, Manufacture of, Marine and Locomotive Superheaters, Limited, 438
  • Survey Work, Device for Simplifying, Charles C. Wardrop, 594
  • Sussex Iron--see Iron
  • Switzerland, Electrification Work in, 95
  • Sydney Traffic Improvements, 335

T

  • TABULATING, Census, Machine, British Tabulating Machine Company, Limited, 532
  • Tallows Used for Launching Ships, Experiments, J. J. King-Salter, 344
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, 331
  • Telephone Cable Tubes, Laying, by Thrust Boring, 432
  • Telephone System, Long-distance, of the United Kingdom, Sir William Noble, 319
  • Temperature of Alternators--see Electrical Matters
  • Temperature Control Apparatus, British Oil and Fuel Conservation, 34
  • Testing Machine, Alternating Stress, Dr. W. Mason, 550
  • Testing of Welds--see Welds
  • Tests of Locomotives--see Railway Locomotives
  • Textile Machinery in Australia, 22
  • Thames Conservancy's Bill, 311
  • Thermal Characteristics, andc,--see Electrical Matters
  • Thermionic Valves, 610; ( Letter), 663
  • Thurston,. G. H., on the Smith Continuous-System of Carbonisation, 41
  • Tidal Power Experiments in France, 649
  • Tidal Power--see also Severn
  • Tire Pump, Electrical, Brown Brothers, 576
  • Tires, Railway--see Railways
  • Tractor, "Automatic" Electric, 402
  • Tractor, Yale Electric, 263, 266
  • Tractors, Electric, Lansing Equipment Company, 374, 375
  • Trade Agreement between France and Canada, 260
  • Tramcar Design, London County Council Competition, 187
  • Transport, Ministry of, 268
  • Transport--see also Associations, Institute of Transport
  • Trestle Viaducts--see Railways
  • Trevithick's Locomotives -- see Newcomen Society
  • Trials of Agricultural Motors, Report by Royal Agricultural Society, 464
  • Trucks, Electric, and Industrial Locomotives, 234, 262, 266, 290, 294, 318, 374, 375, 402, 424, 456 ; Heenan and Froude, 234 ; Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 234 ; Automatic, 262; Yale, 262, 266; Elwell Parker, 318; Roadcraft, Limited, 374, 376; Greenwood and Batley, 374, 375 ; Lansing Equipment Company, 374, 375 ; Electromobiles, Limited, 374,376; Edison Electric, 402 ; Electricars, Limited, 402 ; "Automatic" Company, 402, ï 403 ; H. C. Slingsby, 402, 403 ; Silvertown, 424, 456 ; India-rubber, Gutta-percha and Telegraph Works Company, 424, 456
  • Tungsten--see Iron and Steel
  • Tunnels, Alpine, Progress of, 348
  • Tunnels, Railway--see also Railways
  • Turbine, Gas, H. Holzwarth, Resumption of Tests, 143
  • Turbine, Large Steam, Practice, K. Bauman, 399, 408
  • Turbine, Steam, Design, Recent Improvements in, 482, 534, 535, 562, 592, 596, 640
  • Turbine, Water, New Type of, 518
  • Turbine, Water, The Turgo Impulse, Gilbert Gilkes and Co., Limited, 411
  • Turbo-alternators and Turbo-generator--see Electrical Matters
  • Turner, Professor T., Lecture on Casting of Metals, 492, 546
  • Turning Machines--see Machine Tools

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT, 63, 73, 209; (Letters), 159, 245, 272, 300, 357
  • United States Forest Products Laboratory, 322, 326
  • United States Patent Practice, 602
  • United States Patents, 629
  • University College Public Lectures, Programme, 484
  • Utopianism, Folly of, Dion C. Calthrop, 462

V

  • VALUATION Advisory Committee, 379
  • Valve, A New Hydraulic, Glenfield and Kennedy, Limited, 77; (Correction), 132
  • Valves, Thermionic, 610; (Letter), 663
  • Vegetable Oils as Fuel for Internal Combustion Engines, 255
  • Viaducts--see Railways
  • Vibration, 487
  • Victoria, Mining in, 547
  • Visible Stresses, 351--see also Contact Pressures

W

  • WAGES--see Labour
  • Wagon, Hydraulic Tipping Steam, Leyland Motors (1914), Limited, 616
  • Wagon Works--see Works
  • Wagons, Coal, 107-Ton, Virginian Railway, 217
  • Wagons, Railway--see also Railways
  • Walker, R. J., and S. S. Cook, on Mechanical Gears of Double Reduction for Merchant Ships, 314, 327
  • Water Drums of Yarrow Boilers, 442, 566
  • Water Film on Evaporating and Condensing Tubes, P. H. Parr, 559 ; (Letters), 617
  • Water Power Developments, Actual and Projected, in North Wales, J. B. C. Kershaw, 195 ; (Letter), 345
  • Water Power and Irrigation Projects in Bulgaria. 320
  • Water Power in Norway, 332
  • Water Power Problems, W. J. E. Binriie, 127
  • Water Power Resources Committee Report and Severn Barrage Scheme, 210, 230; (Letters), 179, 272
  • Water Supply, Hong Kong, 170, 180 (Two-page Supplement, February 18th, 1921)
  • Water Supply--see also Annual Article--also Pumps
  • Water Turbine--see Turbine
  • Weighing Machine, Railway Wagon, A. J. Amsler and Co., 23
  • Weight, Saving, 672
  • Welding of Steel, andc.--see Iron
  • Welds, 328
  • Welds, Standardisation in the Testing of, F. M. Farmer, 198, 200, 231
  • West Bank Dock Electric Generating Station--see Electrical Matters
  • Wheels, Railway--see Railways
  • White, Lawson S., Foundation Failure, 667
  • Whiteley, J. H., on Cupric Etching Effects Produced by Phosphorus and Oxygen in Iron, 537
  • Whiting, W. R. J., on the Strength of Submarine Vessels, 314
  • Wilson, Professor E., on Magnetic Susceptibility of Low Order, 241
  • Winding Engine--see Engines
  • Wireless Telegraphy, 331
  • Wood, Use of, as Fuel, 650
  • Work and Monotony, Dion Clayton Calthrop, 436
  • Working of Railways--see Railways

WORKS :

  • - Bedlington Works, R. B. Longridge and Co., 68 ; (Letter), 122
  • - Blackfriars, G. and J. Rennie, 68
  • - Canning Town Glass Works, 204, 208
  • - Darnall Works, The New, of Davy Brothers,, Limited, 662, 670
  • - Jubilee of the Dalzell Iron and Steel Works, 458
  • - Machine Tool Works at Broadheath, Churchill Machine Tool Company, 346, 350
  • - Marine and Locomotive Superheaters, Limited, Extension of Trafford Park Works, Manchester, 438
  • - Rudge-Whitworthís Works Laboratory, Products, 430 ; (Correction), 471
  • - Sulzer Works, Winterthur, Testing Diesel Engines in, 674
  • - Wagon Works at Horbury Junction, Yorkshire, C. Roberts and Co., Limited, 476, 486 ; (Correction), 682
  • WORKS Laboratory, Products of, Budge - Whitworth, Limited, 430
  • World Cotton Conference, 650
  • World's Money System, Lecture, J. G. Graves, 601
  • Wyn-Evans, H. B., on the Standardisation of Data for Aircraft Calculation, 315

X

  • X-RAYS, Examination of Materials by. Major G. W. C. Kaye, 437

Y

  • YACHTS--see Ships
  • Yarrow, Sir Alfred, on Industry, 146
  • Yield Point, 99 ; (Letters), 159

Z

  • ZINC District, Large, in America, 150
  • Zinc Smelting in Great Britain, Samuel Fields, 384

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