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The Engineer 1921 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1921 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1921 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1921 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1921 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1921 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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A

  • ACWORTH Report on Indian Railways, 349--see also Railways, India, andc.
  • Adamson, Daniel, on Foundry Costing Systems, 605 ; (Letter), 616

AERONAUTICS :

  • - Aero-engines--see Engines
  • - Airship Disaster, R 38, Loss of, 219, 244, 394
  • - Bristol Ten-seater Tractor Biplane, Bristol Aeroplane Company, Limited, 73
  • - Forthcoming Air Conference, 615
  • - Safety Tanks for Aircraft, 224
  • - Seaplanes, Squadron-Leader A. J. Riley, 313
  • AER-SED-CON System of Sewage Disposal, Major Hilder Daw, 481
  • Agricultural Machinery at Derby Show, 10, 36, 64
  • Agricultural Machinery at Smithfield, 618
  • Agricultural Tractor, 350
  • Agricultural Tractor Trials, 372
  • Air Compressor, Quadruplex, Tests, Reavell and Co., Limited, 98
  • Air Compressors, Fusible Plug for, W. Smith, 407
  • Air Heaters, "Thermix," E. Prat-Daniel and Co., Limited, 702
  • Air Hose Couplings, Beiliss and Morcom, 340
  • Air Lift Pumps--see Pumps
  • Air Washer, The Hart, 419, 420 ; (Correction), 454
  • Alcohol, Industrial, from Rice Straw, 8
  • Algae as Cause of Odours in Water, 677
  • Alternating Stress Testing Machine, Professor B. P. Haigh, 116
  • Aluminium Alloys, Dr. W. Rosenhain and others, 447, 457, 461, 476, 485, 489
  • Alwen Water Supply, Birkenhead's, 183, 194 ; (Letter), 240
  • American Ordnance Production in the Great War, 196, 232, 268
  • American Pipe Lines for Pumping Oil, 285, 352, 392, 400, 456, 460
  • American Telephone Work, 569
  • Ammonia--see Claude
  • Anti-corrosion Electfolytic Apparatus with "Morite" Bolts, J. Downton and Co., Limited, 397
  • Anti-telescoping--see Railways
  • Appendages in Ships--see Ships
  • Apprentices, Railway--see Railways
  • Arc Welding--see Electrical Matters
  • Arctic Circle Railway--see Railways
  • As Others See Us, 95
  • Ash-handling Plant at Runcorn Electric Power Station, Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited, 584, 588, 596
  • Ash Removal Equipments, Underfeed Stoker Company, 531, 532
  • Ash Removal by Penumatic or Steam Suction Equipments, Ed. Bennis and Co., 558

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES :

  • Association, British:
  • - Annual Meeting at Edinburgh, 256, 273, 286, 311, 350
  • - Forth and Quebec Bridges, Professor C. E. Inglis, 350
  • - Preliminary Programme of Edinburgh Meeting, 144
  • - Presidential Address, Sir T. E. Thorpe, 256
  • SECTION A, MATHEMATICS AND PHYSICS
  • - Breakage of Submarine Cables, Report on Seismological Investigations, 351
  • - Incrustation of Pipes, Dr. D. Ellis, 351
  • - Power from Sewage Gas, J. D. Watson, 351
  • - Presidential Address, Problems of Physics, Professor O. W. Richardson, 296
  • SECTION B, CHEMISTRY :
  • - Surface of Liquid Steel, Mr. Cosmo Johns ; Surface Tension Measurement, Professor F. M. Jaeger; Surface Tension in Solidification of Metals, Professor C. H. Desch, 287
  • SECTION C, SCOTTISH OIL PROSPECTS :
  • - General Discussion, 351
  • SECTION F, ECONOMIC SCIENCE AND STATISTICS :
  • - Wages Problems, Mr. A. A. Mitchell, Professor A. W. Kirkaldy, 286
  • SECTION G, ENGINEERING :
  • - Air Lift Pumps, John S. Owens, 312
  • - Electric Supply Problems, S. Parker Smith, S. B. Donkin, 312
  • - Fracture of Wire in Steel Ropes, Dr. E. M. Horsburgh, 288
  • - Linking Up Smaller Water Powers in Scotland, Professor F. G. Baily, 312
  • - Mid-Scotland Ship Canal, D. A. Stevenson, 312
  • - Negative Resistance Devices in Wireless Telegraphy, Two New, J. Scott-Taggart, 312
  • - Rescue Apparatus in Mines, Professor Henry Briggs, 288
  • - Seaplanes, Squadron Leader A. J. Riley, 313
  • - Stresses in Ships' Plating, Dr. Bernard C. Laws, 287
  • - Timber for Aeroplanes, Professor T. H. Beare ; Mechanical Properties of Scotch Pine, Professor A. R. Horne, 287
  • - Transmission, Long-distance, of Electric Energy by Tidal Power, Dr. T. F. Wall, 311, 345

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • Association, British :
  • SECTION G, ENGINEERING (continued) :
  • - Utilisation of Tidal Power and Severn Estuary, Professor F. C. Lea, 311
  • - Water Power Development, Notes on, Professor A. H. Gibson, 273, 301
  • - Width of Specimen and Tensile Tests, Professor T. H. Beare, 288
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • - Foundry Costs and Establishment Charges, Daniel Adamson, 605
  • - Inaugural Address, F. J. West, 407
  • - Water Power, Sir Dugald Clerk, 648
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical;
  • - Annual Convention, 113
  • - Boiler-house Practice, D. Wilson, W. M. Miles, 113
  • - Financial and Business Aspects of Municipal Electric Supply, C. W. Charlesworth, 113
  • - Fuel, Pulverised, Criticism of, 113
  • - Present-day Commercial Problems in Electricity Supply, E. Cross, 113
  • -President Elected, 114
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • - Characteristic Curves of Heat Treatment of Steels, A. M. Portevin and P. Chevenard, 258, 284
  • - Coalescence in Steels and its Commercial Results, A. Portevin and V. Bernard, 258
  • - Critical Point and Strength of Magnetising Field, K. Honda, 258
  • - Damascene Steel, Colonel N. T. Belaiew, 257
  • - Excursions and Visits to Works, 284
  • - French Metallurgical Industries, Destruction and Reconstruction of, L. Guillet, 258
  • - Hot Drawing on the Mandrel, Monsieur Eugene Schneider, 284
  • - Iron Ore Deposits of Eastern and Western France, P. Nicou, 258
  • - Mechanical Properties of Steels at High Temperatures, E. L. Dupuy, 257, 284
  • - Meeting in France, 257, 284
  • - Metallurgical Industries in Northern and Eastern France, Monsieur Guillet, 284
  • - Shells, Manufacture of, in Canada during the War, Captain H. W. B. Swabey and R. Genders, 258
  • - Tungsten and Molybdenum Steels, Constituents, A. M. Portevin, 258
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • - Oil Burning at Sea, A. Keens, 356
  • Institute of Metals:
  • - Admiralty Gun-metal, R. T. Rolfe, 338
  • - Age Hardening of Alloys. Dr. D. Hanson and Miss M. L. Gayler, 366
  • - Aluminium Copper Alloys, Professor A. A. Read and Mr. R. H. Greaves, 338
  • - Annealing of Rolled Zinc. 366
  • - Annual Autumn Meeting at Birmingham, 97, 151, 314, 338, 365
  • - Brass Ingots, R. Genders, 339
  • - Bronze, Low-tin, Physical Properties of, W. E. Alkins and W. Cartwright, 339
  • - Copper, Working and Annealing of, F. Johnson, 339
  • - Copper-zinc Alloys, T. G. Bamford, 339
  • - Electrolytic Etching of Metals, F. Adcock, 366
  • - Electron, the New High-magnesium Alloy, 366
  • - List of Papers to be Read at Birmingham, 97
  • - The Extrusion Defect, R. Genders, 365
  • - Use of the Scleroscope, F. S. Tritton, 366
  • Institute of Transport:
  • - Awards for 1919-20 and 1920-21, 385
  • - Presidential Address, Sir H. P. Maybury, 422
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers :
  • - Gear-boxes, H. F. L. Orcutt, 681
  • - Presidential Address, Industrial Standardisation, Geo. W. Watson, 431
  • - Supercharging in Petrol Engines, H. R. Ricardo, 327
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • - CONFERENCE, 16, 31, 59, 83
  • -- John Fritz Medal, Presentation to Sir Robert Hadfield, F.R.S., 16
  • -- Presidential Address, J. A. Brodie, 16
  • - SECTION I., RAILWAYS, ROADS, BRIDGES, AND TUNNELS, 31, 59, 84
  • -- Advantages of Bituminous Macadam, A. Dryland, 84
  • -- Impact Tests and Allowances, H. J. Fereday, 59
  • -- Road Vehicles and their Relation to Road Surfaces, R. G. H. Clements, 84
  • -- Structural Outlines of Our Home Railways, Alexander Ross, 31
  • -- Tunnel Maintenance, O. S. C. Drury, 31
  • -- Use of Reinforced Concrete on Railways, W. W. Grierson, 59
  • - SECTIONS II. AND V., DOCKS AND HARBOURS, 31
  • -- Dock Engineering, Papers by C. R. S. Kirkpatrick, A. R. T. Woods, H. J. Deane, 31

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution of Civil Engineers (continued):
  • - SECTION II., HARBOURS, DOCKS, RIVERS AND CANALS, 31, 84
  • -- Bearing Power of Soils, A. L. Bell, 85
  • -- Conservancy and Maintenance of Rivers from the Point of View of Land Drainage, C. H. Clayton, 84
  • -- E. Tec of Sluices and Barrages on Discharge of Tidal Rivers, R. F. Grantham, 84
  • -- Reinforced Concrete for Marine Structures, 31
  • -- Relative Advantages of Dredging and Training Walls in Estuaries, H. C. Reid, 84
  • -- Use of Inertia Gauges in Pile Driving. E. Latham, 85
  • -- Utility of Models for Estuarial Experiments, G. E. W. Cruttwell, 84
  • - SECTION III., MACHINERY, 31, 83, 85
  • -- Automatic Machinery, A. H. Hall, 83
  • -- Exhaust Steam : Its Employment for Power, Heating, andc., E. R. Dolby, 32
  • -- Large - cylinder Internal Combustion Engines, Sir J. McKechnie, 85
  • -- Mechanical Advantages of Electric Locomotives Compared with Steam, Sir Vincent Raven, 87
  • -- Mechanical Appliances at Docks, A. Musker, 83
  • -- Reciprocating Pumping Engines and Turbo-driven Centrifugal Pumps, Hugh Lupton, 31
  • - SECTION IV., MINING AND METALLURGICAL PROCESSES, 32, 59, 85
  • -- Address by Sir Robert Hadfield, 32
  • -- Damage to Tires and Rails Caused by Brakes or Slipping Wheels, C. P. Sandberg, 59
  • -- Effect of the War on Mineral Supplies, Thomas Crook, 85
  • -- Effects of Scratches in Materials, Professor E. G. Coker, 60
  • -- Elastic Limit, Professor W. E. Dalby, 60
  • -- Employment of Water Power in the Development of the Mineral Industry, J. W. Evans, 32
  • -- Existing Practice of Inspecting Work and Materials, George Hatton, 60
  • -- Francois Cementation Process, H. S. Ball. 32
  • -- Protective Metallic Coatings, S. O. Cowper- Coles, 86
  • -- Recent Developments in Coal Cleaning Processes, Robert Nelson, 32
  • -- Steam versus Electric Winding, W. C. Mountain, 86
  • -- Utilisation of Exhaust Steam in Turbines, Maurice Deacon, 85
  • - SECTION V., SHIPBUILDING, 60, 83, 86
  • -- Cavitation and Propulsive Efficiency, E. R. Mumford, 83
  • -- Diesel Marine Engines for the Mercantile Marine, J. Richardson. 86
  • -- Fabricated Ship Construction, Papers by Maurice Denny and J. C. Telford, 60
  • -- Reduction Gears, R. J. Walker and S. S. Cook, 86
  • - SECTION VI., WATERWORKS, SEWERAGE AND GASWORKS, 17, 83, 86
  • -- Activated Sludge, John Haworth, 83
  • -- Compensation Water, Edward Sandeman, 86
  • -- Desiderata in the Qualities of Town's Gas, Dr. J. S. G. Thomas, 17
  • -- De-watering Sludge, J. D. Watson, 83
  • -- Pipes for Pressure Conduits, F. W. Macaulay, 87
  • -- Relation of Run-off to Rainfall, Dr. H. Lapworth, 87
  • -- Straw Filters for Sewage Purification, E. H. Richards and M. G. Weekes, 83
  • -- Utilisation of Waste Heat in Gasworks, E. G. Stewart, 17
  • - SECTION VII., ELECTRICITY WORKS AND POWER TRANSMISSION, 17, 84
  • -- Battery Locomotives, James Dalziel, 87
  • -- Economic Limits of Distribution from Coal- fired Stations, Mr. Woodhouse, 84
  • -- Low Power Factor, R. Otto Kapp, 17
  • -- Low-voltage Overhead Distribution, B. Wellbourn, 84
  • - Deep-water Quay Walls, Stability of, F. E. Wentworth-Sheilds, 672
  • - Deep-water Quays, General Considerations of Design, Ernest Latham, 672
  • - Fuel Problems of the Future, "James Forrest" Lecture, Sir George Beilby, 20
  • - October Examinations, 1921, Pass List (Interim), 604
  • - Opening of the One Hundred and Third Session, 398
  • - Presidential Address, William Barton Worthington, 486
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • - Alternating-current Instruments, Design of, C. L. Lipman, 663
  • - German Reparations in Kind, 643
  • - How Best to Speed Up Electrical Progress, Discussion on, 546
  • - Induction Type Synchronous Motors, Laurence H. A. Carr, 713
  • - Presidential Address, J. S. Highfield, 514
  • - Telephone Line Work in the United States, 569

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :
  • - Presidential Address, Harold E. Yarrow, 466
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • - Chairman s Address, C. H. Wordingham, 651, 656
  • Institution of Locomotive Engineers :
  • - Presidential Address, Colonel Kitson Clark’ 506
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • - Aluminium Alloys, Report to Alloys Research Committee and Discussion, Dr. W. Rosenhain and others, 447, 461, 476, 489
  • - Annual Dinner, 667
  • - CONFERENCE, 32, 60, 88
  • -- Air Heaters, W. H. Patchell, 62
  • -- Automatic Stokers, A. W. Bennis, 61
  • -- Blast-furnace Gases, A. Hutchinson and F. Bainbridge, 33
  • -- Boiler-house Management, W. H. Patchell, 33
  • -- Chemistry of Combustion, E. V. Evans, 32
  • -- Economy of Internal Combustion Engines, Means for Improving. A. E. L. Chorlton, 34
  • -- Engine-house Management, H. Dunell, 33
  • -- Exhibition of Apparatus and Models, 34
  • -- Feed Heating and Economisers, C. E. Stromeyer, 88
  • -- High Steam Pressure, andc., Frederick Samuelson, 61
  • -- Indicator as an Aid to Economy, Professor W. E. Dalby, 88
  • -- Internal Combustion Theory, andc., H. E. Wimperis, 60
  • -- Liquid Fuel for Internal Combustion Engines, Harold Moore, 61
  • -- Liquid, Powdered and Colloidal Fuels, Dr. Ormandy, 61
  • -- Low-temperature Carbonisation, Dr. W. A. Bone, 33
  • -- Superheating, Sir Henry Fowler, 61
  • -- Waste Heat Utilisation, R. Nelson, 61
  • - Conveying and Elevating Machinery, Gardiner Mitchell, 667
  • - Discharge of Grain Cargoes in the Port of London by Pneumatic Elevators, R. E. Knight, 667
  • - Joint Meeting—see Society of Chemical Industry
  • - Machinery of Floating Docks, Dr. E. H. Salmon, 559, 575
  • - Thomas Hawksley Lecture on Power Trans-mission by Oil, Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw, 500
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers, North- Western Section :
  • - Machinery of Floating Docks, Dr. E. H. Salmon, 590
  • - Opening and Dinner, 487
  • - Visits to Works, 408
  • Institution of Mining Engineers :
  • - Annual General Meeting, Programme of Papers and Visits, 239
  • - Fuel Economy, Presidential Address, Sir J. Cadman, 326
  • Institution of Mining and Metallurgy ;
  • - Luncheon to American Engineering Guests,
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders :
  • - Presidential Address, Education and Democracy, Sir W. J. Noble, 426
  • Institution of Production Engineers :
  • - Production and the Engineer, Max R. Lawrence, 100
  • Institution of Railway Signal Engineers :
  • - Automatic Train Control, W. J. Thorrowgood, 658
  • Institution, Royal:
  • - Programme of Lectures, Before-Easter Session, 691
  • Society of Chemical Industry :
  • - Claude Synthetic Ammonia Process and Plant, J. H. West, 572
  • Society, Faraday ;
  • - Catalysis: Newer Theories of Chemical Action, General Discussion, 305
  • Society of Glass Technology :
  • - Opening Meeting, 450
  • ATMOSPHERIC Conditions and Industrial Efficiency, Dr. H. M. Vernon, 506
  • Atomiser, “Burmpa,” W. A. Corbett, 76
  • “Atritor”—-see Coal
  • Australian Aluminium, 510
  • Australian Notes, 607

B

  • BAILY, Professor F. G., on Linking Up Smaller Water Powers in Scotland, 312
  • Baker, Ira O., on Factors Necessary for the Highest Engineering Success, 74
  • Balancing Machine, Connecting-rod, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 316
  • Balancing Machine, Crank Shaft, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 12
  • Balancing, Static, Machine for Crank Shafts, &c., W. andT. Avery, Limited, 316, 320
  • Barges--see Ships
  • Bearings--see Friction Tests
  • Beilby, Sir George, "James Forrest" Lecture on Fuel Problems of the Future, 15, 20
  • Belgium, Canals and Harbours in, 19
  • Birkenhead's Alwen Water Supply, 183, 194 ; (Letter), 240
  • Blackburn Electricity Station--see Electrical Matters
  • Blast-furnace Gas Cleaning Plant, Halberg- Beth, 390
  • Blue Printing Machine, High-speed, B. J. Hall and Co., Limited, 545
  • Boats--see Ships
  • Boiler, Bettington, for Use with Pulverised Fuel, Fraser and Chalmers, 190
  • Boiler, Efficiency and Output as Affected by Draught, Professor A. R. Horne, 322 ; (Letter), 478
  • Boiler, Electric Steam, 398
  • Boiler, Explosions, 681
  • Boiler, Feed Regulator, Automatic, James Baldwin and Co., 199
  • Boiler, Firing by Pulverised Coal on the Lopulco System, Underfeed Stoker Company, 502, 503
  • Boiler, Furnaces, Air Heaters and Forced Draught System for, E. Prat-Daniel and Co., 702
  • Boiler, Gas-fired, Unit, Spencer Bonecourt, Limited, 445
  • Boiler, House with Ground-level Bunkers and Ash Removal by Pneumatic Suction, Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited, 558
  • Boiler, House Plant at Neasden, John Thompson Water-tube Boilers, Limited, 613 (Two-page Supplement, December 9th, 1921)
  • Boiler, Ladd, Fitted for Pulverised Coal and Blast-furnace Gas, Combustion Engineering Corporation, 502, 503
  • Boiler, for 500 H.P. Locomobile Plant, Robey and Co., Limited, 88, 94 (Two-page Supplement, July 22nd, 1921)
  • Boiler, Oil-fired, with Superheater, Model, Yarrow and Co., Limited, 290, 294
  • Boilers, Babcock and Wilcox, with Various Equipments for Oil Fuel Burning, 214
  • Boilers, Coal-handling Plant, andc., at Runcorn Electric Power Station, Babcock and Wilcox, 584, 587, 596
  • Boilers, Coke Oven Gas, John Thompson Watertube Boilers, Limited, 446, 447
  • Boilers, Fired (1) with Blast-furnace Gas, (2) with Waste Heat from Coke Ovens, Babcock and Wilcox, Limited, 364
  • Boilers, Fitted with Scarab and Babcock Oil Burners, 214
  • Boilers, Fitted with Thornycroft Oil Burners, 234
  • Boilers, Fitted with Lawton Burners, 236
  • Boilers, Fitted with White Patent Oil Burning Company Burners, 234
  • Boilers, Fitted with Wilton Burner, 259
  • Boilers, Gas-fired and Waste Heat, The Kirke, Spencer-Bonecourt, Limited, 316, 320, 390, 391
  • Boilers, Large American, at the Delaware Power Station, 151
  • Boilers, Locomotive--see Railway Locomotives
  • Boilers, Marine, for a Woollen Mill, Inglis Boiler Syndicate, Limited, 380
  • Boilers, with Stepped Grate for Burning Saw Mill Refuse, Babcock and Wilcox, 446
  • Boilers, Stirling, Fired with Pulverised Coal on the Lopulco System, 503, 504
  • Boilers, Water-tube, Yarrow and Co., Limited, 290
  • Bomb Sight, Course-setting, Major H. E. Wimperis, 186
  • Books of Reference, 148, 408
  • Borneo Timbers, Some Tests on, Professor E. A. Middleton Smith, 710
  • Bradford Technical College, 398
  • Brass and Bronze, 121
  • Brass and Copper Pipes, Yorkshire Copper Works, Limited, 340
  • Breast Drill, Four-speed, Buck and Hickman, Limited, 491
  • Brewer, F. W., on the Economic Operations of Superheater Locomotives, 598
  • Bridge Across Sydney Harbour, 75, 615
  • Bridge, Proposed Hudson River, at New York, 313
  • Bridge, Susitna River, Alaska, Railroad, U.S.A., 255
  • Bridges, Forth and Quebec, Professor C. E. Inglis, 350
  • Bridges, Railway--see also Railways
  • Brinell Hardness Testing Machines, Proving Apparatus for, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 316
  • British Engineering Standards Association-- see also Paragraphs Index :
  • - Conference of Members, Whole-day, 436
  • - Tramway Tires, Specification, 168
  • Building in Bombay, 152
  • Bull, Anders, Polarised Sound Method of Fog Signalling, 505
  • Burners with Oil Fuel, Alldays and Onions, 258 ; J. S. White, 259, 260 ; J. I. Thornycroft and Co., 264
  • Burners with Oil Fuel and Steam Jet, Babcock and Wilcox, 234, 235 ; Lawton Machine Tool Company, 236
  • Bushings, with Graphite for Lubrication, Automotive Products Company, 454
  • Buxton Boiler Explosion, 684
  • By-products Recovery in a Power Station, Tozer Retort for Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant, Fraser and Chalmers Works, 324, 336

C

  • CABLES, Proposed New, from Norway to the Continent, 620
  • Cadman, Sir J., on Fuel Economy, 326
  • California, Hydro-electric Development in, 328
  • Calipers, Gear Tooth, Bostock and Bramley, 270
  • Campbell, W. J., on Spectroscopic Examination of Converter Flame, 137
  • Canada, Nickel Industry of, 188
  • Canada's Fuel and Water Power Problems, 4
  • Canada, Water Power Resources of, 233
  • Canadian Mining, 546
  • Canal du Centre, Belgium, Lift Locks on, 208, 218
  • Canals and Harbours in Belgium, 19
  • Carbide of Calcium Factory Plant, C. Bingham and Co., 338
  • Carbon Dioxide Recorder Chart, 191
  • Carr, Laurence H. A., on Induction Type Synchronous Motors, 713
  • Cars, Railway--see Railways
  • Casting, Die, A. G. Hopking, 281, 309
  • Castings--see Iron
  • Catalogues, 51, 82, 105, 134, 158, 206, 277, 334, 525 660 717
  • Cement, Portland, Manufacture, Modern, 420 ; (Letter), 616
  • Cesspool Emptier, Self-propelled, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., 435
  • Chain Fexible Coupling, Coventry Chain Company, Limited, 537
  • Chariesworth, C. W., on Financial and Business Aspects of Municipal Electrical Supply, 113
  • Chemical Engineers, Projected Institution of, 454, 542
  • Chile, Public Works and Trade Conditions in, 25
  • Chinese Railway Material, Tenders for, 327
  • Chrome--see Iron and Steel
  • Chronology of Communication, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 615
  • Clarkson Steam Lorry, Engine and Blast Regulator for, 433
  • Classics and Technology. 267
  • Claude Synthetic Ammonia Process and Plant, J. H. West, 572
  • Clerk, Sir Dugald, on Water Power, 648
  • Cleveland Technical Institute, 354
  • Clyde-built Dredger Gunga, 75
  • Clynes, Mr., on Unemployment, 485
  • Coaches, Steel, for the South African Railways, Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 76

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :

  • - Ash Handling--see also Ash
  • - "Atritor" Coal Drying and Pulverising Machine, C. E. Blyth, 150
  • - Coal and Ash-handling Plant at Generating Station, 416
  • - Coal and Oil, 15, 20
  • - Coal Storage with Ground-level Bunkers for Boiler-houses, Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited, 558
  • - Coal Terms Agreement, 22
  • - Electricity in Coal Mines, 301
  • - Lea Recorder Coal Meter, 339
  • - Lopulco Pulverised Coal Burning System, 502, 503
  • - Low-temperature Carbonisation of Coal, Retort, T. M. Davidson, 464
  • - Pulverised Coal Burning with Bettington Boiler, Fraser and Chalmers, 190
  • - Pulverised Coal as Fuel in the United States, 655, 671
  • - Pulverised Coal, Fuller System in Power Stations, 142
  • - Woollen Mill, Coal Bunkers, Conveyor, andc., in, S. S. Stott and Co., 380
  • COMMERCE of Switzerland--see Switzerland
  • Concrete Coaling Station at Philadelphia, 271

CONCRETE MACHINERY, BRITISH :

  • - (Sixteen-page Supplement, November 19th, 1921)
  • - Ballast Washers :
  • -- British Steel Piling Company, iv
  • -- Kirk, R. H., and Co., vii
  • -- Liner Concrete Machinery Company, vii
  • - Block-making Machines :
  • -- Australia Concrete Machinery and Engineering Company, Limited, i
  • -- Bayliss and Co., Limited, Deard Machine, ii
  • -- Kirk, R. H., and Co., v, vi
  • -- Liner Concrete Machinery Company, v, vii
  • -- Manelite Patent Concrete Machinery Company j Limited, v, vii
  • -- Stothert and Pitt, Limited, ix, xi
  • -- Thomas, Commander George C., ix, x, xi
  • -- West, H. J., and Co., Limited, Wollard Machine, xi, xii
  • -- Whitaker, R. G., Limited, xii, xiii
  • -- Winget, Limited, xiii, xiv, xv
  • - Brickmaking Machines :
  • -- Johnson, Wm., and Sons (Leeds), Limited, vi
  • -- Thomas, Commander George C., x, xi
  • -- Vickers Limited, x, xi
  • -- Whitaker, R. G., Limited, xii
  • -- Winget, Limited, xiii, xiv, xv
  • - C.D.L. Concrete Building Device :
  • -- Concrete Dwellings, Limited, iii, iv
  • - Concrete Distributing Plant :
  • -- British Steel Piling Company, iii, iv
  • -- Ransome Machinery Company (1920), Limited, viii, ix
  • -- Stothert and Pitt, Limited, xii
  • - Crushing, Measuring and Concrete Mixing Plant :
  • -- Johnson, Wm., and Sons (Leeds), Limited, iv, vi
  • -- Parker, Frederick, vi, vii
  • - Fence Post or Lintel-making Machine :
  • -- Whitaker, R. G., Limited, xiii
  • - Mixing Machinery :
  • -- Australia Concrete Machinery and Engineering Company, Limited, i
  • -- British Steel Piling Company, Limited, ii, iv
  • -- Johnson, Wm., and Sons (Leeds), Limited, iii, iv, v, vi
  • -- Kirk, R. H., and Co., iv
  • -- Liner Concrete Machinery Company, vii
  • -- Parker, Frederick, vi, vii
  • -- Ransome Machinery Company (1920). Limited, vi, vii, viii, ix, xv, xvi
  • -- Stothert and Pitt, Limited, viii, ix, x, xi
  • -- West, H. J., and Co., Limited, xi, xii
  • -- Winget, Limited, xiii, xiv
  • - Pipe-making Appliances :
  • -- Johnson, Wm., and Sons (Leeds), Limited, vi
  • -- Vickers Limited, x, xii
  • -- Winget, Limited, xiv
  • - Roofing Tile-making Machine :
  • -- Vickers Limited, x, xi
  • -- Winget, Limited, xv

CONCRETE MACHINERY, BRITISH (cont.):

  • - Slabs or Flag-making Machines :
  • -- Australia Concrete Machinery and Engineering Company, Limited, i
  • -- Bayliss and Co., Limited, ii
  • -- Berry, Henry, and Co., Limited, ii, iii
  • -- Johnson, Wm., and Sons (Leeds), Limited, vi
  • -- Kirk, R. H., and Co., vii
  • -- Liner Concrete Machinery Company, v, vii
  • -- Manelite Patent Concrete Machinery Company, Limited, v, vii
  • -- Vickers Limited, x, xii
  • -- Whitaker, R. G., Limited, xii, xiii
  • -- Winget, Limited, xiv
  • - Tampers, Mechanical:
  • -- Johnson, Wm., and Sons (Leeds), Limited, iv, vi
  • -- Kirk, R. H., and Co., vii
  • CONCRETE, Reinforced, Road, at Willesden, 126, 127
  • Concrete Roads, New Method of Making, J. H. Walker, 465
  • Concrete--see also Reinforced Concrete
  • Connecting-rod Balancing Machine, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 316
  • Container Car--see Railways
  • Continuous Conveying Devices, History of, G. F. Zimmer, Newcomen Society 403
  • Contracts, 25, 79, 102, 131, 182, 248, 280, 308, 334, 388, 522, 554, 576, 633, 663, 694
  • Controller, Train--see Railways
  • Conveying and Elevating Machinery, Gardiner Mitchell, 667
  • Copper, Papers on--see Institute of Metals
  • Coupling, Flexible, London Electric Firm, 291
  • Course-setting Bomb Sight, Major H. E. Wimperis, 186

CRANES :

  • - Cableway Crane, for Use in Making Concrete Roads, J. H. Walker, 465
  • - Dumping Crane, 5-Ton Electric Double Cantilever, Joseph Adamson and Co., 491
  • - Electric Run-about Crane, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Limited, 434
  • - Jardine Crane, 3-Ton Level Luffing, 354
  • - 60-Ton Self-propelling Floating Crane, Werf Gusto (Firma A. F. mulders), 72, 73
  • - 20-Ton Steam Goliath Crane, Butters Brothers and Co., 381
  • CRANK Shaft Balancing Machine, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 12
  • Crank Shaft Static Balancing Machine, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 316, 320
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 26, 52, 80, 106, 132, 156, 180, 204, 228, 252, 278, 306, 332, 360, 386, 412, 440, 470, 496, 526, 552, 580, 608, 634, 664, 692, 718
  • Cutting, Adzing and Boring Machine--see Railways
  • Cutting by Oxy-acetylene Blow-pipe, Automatic Metal Cutting Machine, Godfrey Engineering Works, 317, 318, 320

D

  • DALBY, Professor, W. E., The Elastic Limit, 41, 60
  • Dartmouth, Newcomen Memorial at, 127
  • Deep-water quay Walls, Stability of, F. E. Wentworth-Sheilds, 672
  • Deep-water Quays, Design, E. Latham, 672
  • Die Casting, A. G. Hopking, 281, 309 ; (Letter), 426
  • Diesel Engine Usersí Association, Mr. G. Porter's Paper, 464
  • Diesel Engines--see Engines
  • Dining Car Train--see Electrical Matters
  • Dock, Royal Albert, Extension, 29, 40 (Two-page Supplement, July 8th, 1921)
  • Docks, Floating, Machinery of, Dr. E. H. Salmon, 559, 575, 590, 602
  • Docks, Rangoon, Proposed New, 560, 568 ; (Letter), 594
  • Dredger Gunga, Clyde-built, 75
  • Drill, Breast, Four-speed, Buck and Hickman, Limited, 491
  • Drop-forged Back Axles, Kirkstall Forge, Limited, 433
  • Drop Hammer Battery, Electrically Operated. Brett's Patent Lifter Company, Limited, 246
  • Drying Cylinders, Hydraulic Testing of, 45
  • Ducey, Lieut.-Commander D. F., on Turbine Blading Failures, 355
  • Dupuy, Monsieur, Mechanical Properties of Steels at High Temperatures, 284, 322
  • Dutch Patent Law, New. 117

E

  • ECONOMISERS for Boilers, E. Green and Son, Limited, 703, 704
  • Education and Democracy, Sir W. J. Noble, 426
  • Educational Intelligence, 76, 206, 230, 368, 442, 579, 594
  • Efficiency, 513 ; (Letter), 562 .
  • Einstein and the Theory of Relativity, Major H. J. Jones, 529, 556, 588 ; (Letters), 562, 644
  • Elastic Limit and Yield Point, 41, 60

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • - Accumulator, Fuller's United Electric Works, Limited, 453
  • - Ajax-Wyatt Electric Furnace, J. B. C. Kershaw, 139
  • - Arc Lamp, Photo-printing, Hall-Thorkelin, 545
  • - Arc Welding Machine, "Cyc-Arc," L. J. Steel and H. Martin and E. MacCarthy, 18, 316
  • - Australasia, Electrical Developments in, 34
  • - Barge Propulsion, New Method of, 197
  • - Battery of Drop Hammers, Electrically Operated, Brett's Patent Lifter Company, Limited, 246
  • - Battery Vehicles, 219
  • - Blackburn New Electricity Generating Station, 416
  • - Boiler, Three-phase Electric Steam, 398
  • - Boilers for Power Stations--see Boilers Brazil and the Argentine, Electrical Progress in, 627

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • - Bull Self-contained Lighting Set, Agricultural and General Engineers, Limited, 10
  • - CO2 Measurement, Combined Indicating and Recording Outfits, andc., Dr. G. E. Shake spear, 282
  • - Coal Mines, Electricity in, 301
  • - Coil Ignition Sets, Automotive Produces Company, 453
  • - Delaware Power Station, Large Boilers and Furnaces for Powdered Coal or Oil Burning,
  • - Developments in Power Station Design, 70, 90, 142, 162, 190, 214, 234, 258, 282, 324, 336, 364, 390, 445, 502, 530, 558, 600, 601, 613, 668, 702 ; (Letter), 426 (Two-page Supplement, December 9th, 1921)
  • - Electric High-tension Accidents, 628
  • - Electrostatic Gas Cleaning, Messrs. Bury and others, 75
  • - Explosion-proof Switchgear, Electrical Apparatus Company, 271 ; (Paragraph), 408
  • - Fires, Electrical, 402
  • - French Electricity Distribution Project, 628 Fuller Pulverised Coal System in American Power Stations, 142
  • - Gas versus Electricity, D. Milne Watson, 379
  • - Great Northern Dining Car Train, Electrical Kitchen, andc., 424
  • - Holbeck Pulverised Fuel Installation at Hammersmith Power Station, 90
  • - How Best to Speed Up Electrical Progress, 546 ; (Letter), 616
  • - Induction Type Synchronous Motors, Laurence H. A. Ca?r, 713
  • - Institution of Electrical Engineers--see also Associations
  • - Instruments, Electrical, for Power Plant, Indicating and Recording, Temperatures, CO2, andc., Thread Recorders for Boilerhouse and Turbine-room Temperatures, Cambridge and Paul Scientific Instrument Company, 282
  • - Latin-America, Electric Vehicles in, 101
  • - Lighting Set, Peter Brotherhood, 618
  • - Lighting Sets at Derby Show, Capel and Co., R. A. Lister and Co., Limited, National Gas Engine Company, Limited, Petters, Limited, 64
  • - London Electricity Supply Problem, 7, 34, 62, 96, 123, 147
  • - Low Power Factor, R. Otto Kapp, 17, 41
  • - Low-temperature Carbonisation, Electrical Plant for, C. W. Tozer, 336
  • - Municipal Electric Supply--see also Associations
  • - Neasden Power Station, 613, 668
  • -- 12,000-Kilowatt Generating Unit, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 668
  • -- High-tension Switchgear, andc., General Electric Company, 668
  • - Olympia, Shipping and Engineering Exhibition, Electrical Exhibits at, 262, 266, 292, 294, 316, 320, 339, 370, 396
  • -- Arc Welder, Alternating-current, Davis and Soames, Limited, 396
  • -- Arc Welding Plants, Motor-driven, 292
  • -- Arc Welding Plants, Steam-driven, Premier Electric Welding Company, 292, 294
  • -- Arc Welding Sets, Alloy Welding Processes, Limited, 264, 266
  • -- Direction of Object Telegraph and Indicator, Evershed and Vignoles, Limited, 340
  • -- Domestic Appliances, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 342
  • -- Double Master Controller for Cranes, Electric Rivet Heater, Pedal Switch, Alternating Starting Equipments, Alternating Switches, Flow Meters, Fabroil Pinions, Mazda Lamps, Reflectors and Projectors, British Thomson-Houston Company, 262, 263, 266
  • -- Flexible Coupling, London Electric Firm, 291
  • -- Furnaces, Automatic, Lecfur, andc., Automatic and Electric Furnaces, Limited, Leeds Electrical Construction Company, 340
  • -- Hammer, Electric, Tool for Caulking, Riveting and Drilling, Diamond Blower Company, 317, 318
  • -- Locomotive, Small, 2-Ton Electric Truck, British Electric Vehicles, Limited, 371, 372
  • -- Motors and Motor-driven Appliances, Pooley and Austin, 340
  • -- Rivet Heaters, Portable, A-I Manufacturing Company, 396 ; (Letters), 562, 616
  • -- Rivet Heating Machines, Electric, Buckley, Saunders and Co., limited, 317
  • -- Ship's Bridge Indicators for Lights, Revolution and Water Depth, Telephones, Telegraphs, Engine-room and Wireless, Siemens Brothers, 263, 264
  • -- Ship's Deck and other Electrical Machinery, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 342
  • -- Ship's Emergency Lighting Equipment, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 264, 266
  • -- Ship's Emergency Lighting Set, Record Paraffin Engine and Sunderland Forge Company's Dynamo, 291
  • -- Small Lighting Sets with Paraffin, Petrol or Gas Engine, Record Engineering Company, Limited, 291, 294
  • -- Switchgear, Auto Reclose Circuit Breaker, Junior Universal Control Panel, Three- pole Oil Switch, Igranic Electric Company, 370, 397
  • -- Desk Switchboard, Heemaf Company, 397
  • -- Truck, Electric Elevating Platform, H. C. Slingsby, 292
  • -- Welding Appliances, Variousósee also Arc Welding :
  • -- Buckley, Saunders and Co., Limited, 317, 320 ; Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 342; A-I Manufacturing Company, 396 ; G. D. Peters and Co., Limited 3J6 ; (Letters), 562, 616
  • -- Winches, Electric, Laurence Scott and Co., Limited, 291 ; Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Limited, 342
  • -- Wireless Exhibits, Various, R.M. Radio, Limited, 341
  • - Omnibus Lighting Sets, C. A. Vandervell and Co., 453

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • - Paraffin or Petrol Combined Engine and Dynamo, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 10
  • - Portobello Electric Station, S. B. Donkin, 312
  • - Possible Economies in Large Electric Generating Stations, Monsieur Emile Rauber, 699
  • - Pumps, Electrically Driven--see Pumps
  • - Railways and Railway Locomotives--see Railways
  • - Rectifier, "Tungar," Ignition Devices, andc.. British Thomson-Houston Company, Limited, 453
  • - Runcorn, New Electric Power Station at. 584, 596
  • - Safety of Electric Locomotives in Mines, 46
  • - Scar House Hydro-electric Installation, 639, 650
  • - Sheffield's Big Electricity Scheme, 43
  • - Signalling, Electrical Equipment for the Liverpool Overhead Railway, 484, 488
  • - South - East Lancashire Electric Power Scheme, 404
  • - Spot Welding Machine for Making Ships' Ventilators, M.P. Electric Welding Machine Company, 176
  • - Suction Gas Plant and Dynamo for Electricity Supply for Farm Purposes, Crossley Brothers, 12
  • - Super Stations for Electric Supply, S. Parker Smith, 312
  • - Swedish Electric Power Scheme, 224
  • - Switchgear, New, Brook, Hirst and Co., Limited, 573
  • - Switchgear Works--see Works
  • - Thermometers, Electrical Distance, CO2 Recorders, andc., at Neasden, and at Central Electric Supply Company's Power Stations, 282
  • - Transmission of Electric Energy, Long Distance, by Tidal Power, Dr. T. F. Wall, 341, 345
  • - Transmission of Electric Power from Norway to Denmark, 361
  • - Turbo-alternators at Runcorn, C. A. Parsons and Co., Limited, 587, 588
  • - Wireless Telegraphy, Negative Resistance Devices, J. Scott-Taggart, 312
  • ELECTROLYTIC Apparatus, Anti-corrosion, J. Downton and Co., Limited, 397
  • Ellis, Dr. D., on Incrustation of Pipes, 351
  • Elongation and Gauge Length in Tensile Tests, J. H. G. Monypenny, 220
  • Employers and Employed, 244

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • General:
  • - Diesel-electric Drive for Ships--see Ships
  • - Locomotive Engines--see Railway Locomotives
  • - Mechanical Injection Oil Engines Using Heavy Oils, Developments in, Oswald Wans, 603
  • - S.A. Impulse Starter for Petrol Engine, Record Engineering Company, Limited, 291
  • - Supercharging in Petrol Engines, H. R. Ricardo, 327
  • - Vegetable Oils for Internal Combustion Engines, Monsieur R. E. Mathot, 138; (Letter), 478
  • Internal Combustion Engines:
  • - Aero-engine, Jupiter, Tests of, 510
  • - American Engines for Oil Pumping, 285, 352. 392, 400, 456, 460
  • - Arm strong-Siddeley Motor Car Engine, 518
  • - Atomiser for Internal Combustion Engines, "Burmpa," W. A. Corbett, 76
  • - Beardmore-Tosi Marine Liesel Engine, Trials, 508, 512
  • - Birmingham Small Arms Company's 10 H.P. Motor Car Engine, 536
  • - Bradshaw-Belsize Cil-cooled Two-cylinder Motor Car Engine, 518
  • - Camellaird-Fullagar Engines and Engineroom Arrangement for Motor Ship Malia, 378, 379
  • - Conde de Churruca, Motor Tanker, Machinery of, 297
  • - Daimler Company's 20 H.P. Four-cylinder Sleeve Valve Motor Car Engine, 518
  • - Diesel Marine Engines, Harland and Wolff, Limited, 2, 14
  • - Four-cylinder, 14 H.P., Motor Car Engine, Vauxhall, 516
  • - Gas Engine, 26 H.P., Bates and Scholes, Limited, 64
  • - Gas Engine and Producer, National Gas Engine Company, Limited, 64, 65
  • - Gas Engine, 50 H.P., and Steam Engines at Derby Royal Show, Davey, Paxman and Co., Limited, 36
  • - Gas and Gil Engines, Tangyes, Limited, 65
  • - Gas and Parainn Engines at Derby Show, Crossley Brothers, .Limited, 12
  • - Harland and Wolff Type Marine Oil Engines, 2, 14
  • - Horizontal Hot Bulb Crude Oil Solid Injection Engines, Fielding and Platt, Limited, 37
  • - Hot Bulb Crude Oil Engine and Suction Gas Engine, Peter Brotherhood, Limited, 66
  • - Hot Bulb 22.5 B.H.P. Oil Engine, Vickers- Petters, 11
  • - Hot Bulb Oil Engines at Olympia, Vickers - Petters, Limited, 264, 266 ; Reavell and Co., 264
  • - Large Gas Engines, M. F. Kraft de la Saulx, 47
  • - Modern Marine Oil Engines, 2, 14, 55, 109, 136, 174
  • - Motor Car Engines at Olympia and The White City, 480, 516, 536
  • - North British Diesel Type Engine, 12, 330 I. H. P., North British Diesel Engine Works, 109, 120
  • - Paraffin Engine for Motor Boat, Record Engineering Company, Limited, 291, 294
  • - Paraffin Engine, 6-7 H.P. Vertical, Ransomes, Sims and Jeneries, Limited, 64
  • - Paraffin or Petrol Combined Engine and Lynamo, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 10
  • - Paraffin, Petrol or Gas Engine, New Type, Record Engineering Company, Limited, 291

ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued):

  • Internal Combustion Engines (continued):
  • - Petrol-paraffin Engines, Small, Worthington-Simpson, Limited, 65
  • - Petter's Paraffin Engine, 618
  • - Renault High-speed Diesel Marine Engines, 406
  • - Sulzer Type Marine Diesel Engine, 1250 B.H.P., 174
  • - Sunbeam Motor Car Engine, 14 H.P.. 516, 518
  • - Two-cycle Double-acting Marine Oil Engine, 191
  • - Vertical Two-cycle Oil Engine. Marshall Sons and Co., Limited, 544
  • - Vickers-Diesel Engine for Motor Ship Narragansett, 55, 68
  • - Vickers 1250 B.H.P. Type, 55, 68
  • - Wallace's Sleeve Valve Engine, 618, 619
  • - Wege Valveless, Gearless Engine, 658
  • - Werkspoor 1400 I.H.P. Diesel Engine, 136
  • - Wolseley Motors, Limited, Two-cylinder Motor Car Engine. 537
  • Steam Engines:
  • - Combined Engine, 500 H.P., and Boiler, Robey and Co., Limited, 88, 94 (Two-page Supplement, July 22nd, 1921)
  • - Portable Steam Engine, Robey and Co., Limited, 618, 619
  • - Uniflow Steam Engine, 200 H.P., Galloways, Limited, 222, 271
  • ENGINEERS as Administrators, 651, 656 ; (Letters), 688
  • Engineering Conferences--see Associations
  • Engineering Design and the Public, 243
  • Engineering Industry, Restoring the Vitality of, 436
  • Engineering Instruments, Greek and Roman, R. C. SkyringWalters, Newcomen Society, 637
  • Engineering in Mexico, 125
  • Engineering News--see also French, Latin- American, Mexico
  • Engineering, Scholarships in, 67 8
  • Engineering Success, The Highest, Factors Necessary for, Ira O. Baker, 74 ; A Railway Engineer, 459
  • Ensilage Cutter, The Bentall, Agricultural and General Engineers, Limited, 12
  • Exhauster Plant, Bryan Donkin, 337

EXHIBITIONS :

  • - Commercial Motor Exhibition, 432, 452
  • - Motor Car Exhibition at Olympia and the White City, 480, 516, 536
  • - Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibition, 564
  • - Royal Agricultural Show at Derby, 10, 36, 64
  • - Shipping and Engineering Exhibition, 262, 266, 290, 294, 316, 320, 339, 370, 396
  • - Smithfield Club Show, 618
  • EXPLOSIONS, Boiler. 681
  • Extrusion, 457

F

  • FACTORS Necessary for Highest Engineering Success, Ira O. Baker, 74 ; A Railway Engineer, 459
  • Fans for Forced Draught System for Boiler Furnaces, E. Prat-Daniel and Co., Limited, 703
  • Farm Wagon, 2.5-Ton Self-propelling, Guy Motors, Limited, 12
  • Fatigue Testing, Improvements in Methods of, H. J. Gough, 159, 172
  • Ferries--see Ships
  • Fery, Professor Chas., on the Making of Reflecting Surfaces, 545
  • Finland, Hydro-electric Power Schemes in, 199
  • Fire Pumps--see Pumps
  • Fires, Electrical, 402
  • Firms, Famous, Short Histories of, George England and Co., Hatcham Ironworks, 58
  • Flax Pulling Machine, Marshall, Sons and Co., Limiteu, 619
  • Flax Scutching Machine, Robert Boby, Limited, 36
  • Flexible Pipe Joints, W. H. Dorman and Co., Limited, 317, 320
  • Floating Docks--see Docks
  • Flow Meters, Cambridge and Paul Instrument Company, 339
  • Fog Signalling by Means of Polarised Sound, Anders Bull, 505
  • Fog Signalling on Railwaysósee Railways
  • Formosa, Hydro-electric Enterprises in, 152
  • Forrest, James, Lecture by Sir George Beilby on Fuel Problems of the Future, 20
  • Forthand Quebec Bridges, British Association, Professor C. E. Inglis, 350
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 28, 54, 134, 158, 182, 206, 230, 254, 280, 308, 334, 362, 388, 414, 442, 472, 498, 528, 554, 582, 610, 636, 666, 694, 720
  • Fortress of Heligoland, 415 (Two-page Supplement, October 21st, 1921)
  • Forward, E. A., Notes on Trevithick's Locomotives, 211
  • Foundry Costing Systems, Daniel Adamson, 605 ; (Letter); 616
  • France and Britain, 295
  • France, The Restoration of, Marquis de Chasseloup Laubat, 478
  • "Frary" Metal, British Ulco Metal Company, Limited, 173

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :

  • - 27, 53, 81, 107, 133, 157, 181, 205, 229, 253, 279, 307, 333, 361, 387, 413, 441, 471, 497, 527, 553, 581, 609, 635. 665, 693, 719
  • - Aviation, 205
  • - Aviation Engines, 581
  • - Aviation Show, 581
  • - British Coal, 133
  • - Coal, 497
  • - Colonial Enterprise, 253
  • - Commercial Reforms, 609
  • - Constructional Work, 609
  • - Continuous Brakes, 693
  • - Eight Hours' Day, 181, 553
  • - Electrical Distribution, 27
  • - Electrical Engineering, 413
  • - Engineers' Federation, 157
  • - Exchange Rate, 361
  • - Export Facilities, 205
  • - Ferro-concrete, 133

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES (continued):

  • - Finance and Trade, 53
  • - Fiscal Problems, 635
  • - Floating Dock, New, 307
  • - Foreign Trade, 361, 527
  • - Foreign Trade Congress, 27
  • - Franco-German Trade, 279
  • - French Production, 413
  • - German Material, 53
  • - German Negotiations, 333
  • - Harbour Extension, 527
  • - Hydro-electric Plants, 497
  • - Hydro-electrical Schemes, 387
  • - Hydro-electric Supply, 527
  • - Import Duties, New, 81
  • - Inland Navigation, 441
  • - International Agreement., 279
  • - Locomotives, 205, 279
  • - Lower Prices, 413
  • - Lyons Fair, 413
  • - Machine Tools, 107
  • - Metallurgical Production, 361
  • - Miners' Wages, 279
  • - Mont Cenis Commemoration, 307
  • - Morocco Railways, 205
  • - Motor Ploughs, 471
  • - Motor Trade, 157
  • - Natural Gas, 527
  • - Naval Propaganda, 157
  • - New Street Paving, 229
  • - Paris Catastrophe, 413
  • - Paris Refuse, 157
  • - Paris Salon, 441
  • - Paris Traffic, 527
  • - Paris Water Supply, 307, 47 I
  • - Port Equipments, 387
  • - Power Alcohol, 133, 181
  • - Public Transports, 635
  • - Public Works, 333, 665. 7 19
  • - Pumping Scheme, 229
  • - Rail Cars, 609
  • - Railway Catastrophe, 53
  • - Railway Coach Lighting, 441
  • - Railway Convention, 81. 497
  • - Railway Disaster, 333
  • - Railway Progress, 497
  • - Reconstruction, 387
  • - Reparation, 133
  • - Rhone Barrage, 387
  • - Situation, The, 181
  • - State Merchant Fleet, 609
  • - State Monopolies, 635
  • - State-owned Fleet, 27
  • - State Railways, 693, 719
  • - 280,000-Kilowatt Station. 665
  • - Strikes, 307
  • - Strikes and Wages, 253
  • - Tariff Coefficients, 553
  • - Tariff Examples, 81
  • - Tariff Revision, 307
  • - Tariff War, 229
  • - Textile Strike, 361
  • - Tidal Power, 205, 693
  • - Tractors, 471
  • - Trade Development, 719
  • - Trade Outlook, 665
  • - Trade Position, 635
  • - Trade Prospects, 333
  • - Trade Returns, 253, 719
  • - Trade and Tariffs, 107
  • - Trade Tendencies, 253
  • - Turbo-compressor, 181
  • - Wages, 229
  • - Wages and Organisation, 53
  • - Wages Reductions, 107
  • - Water Gas, 27
  • - Weavers' Strike, 497
  • FRICTION Tests on Bearings Lined with "Frary" Metal, 173
  • Fuel Economy, Sir J. Cadman, 326
  • Fuel Problems of the Future, "James Forrest" Lecture, Sir George Beilby, 15, 20
  • Fuel, Pulverised, and Plant, 70, 90, 142, 162, 190
  • Fuel Pulveriser with Bettington Boiler, 190
  • Fuel Pulveriser Mill, The Bonnot, 90
  • Fuel Pulverisers with Thompson and Babcock Marine Boilers, Powdered Fuel Plant Company, 91 ; (Correction), 155
  • Fuel Research Station at East Greenwich, 42
  • Fuel and Water Power Problems, Canada's, 4
  • Fuel--see also Coal, Low Temperature, Railways, &c.
  • Furnaces for Burning Powdered Coal or Oil, Alternative, 151
  • Furnaces for Burning Saw Mill Refuse, Babcock and Wilcox, Limited, 446
  • Furnaces, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Furnaces, Oil, Safety Device and Fuel Valve for, Ronald Trist and Co., Limited, 248
  • Furnaces--see also Waste Heat
  • Fusible Plug for Air Compressors, W. Smith, 407

G

  • GAS Cleaning, Electrostatic, Messrs. Bury and others, 75
  • Gas Cleaning--see Blast Furnace
  • Gas Engines--see Engines
  • Gas-fired Boilers--see Boilers
  • Gas Producer Installation for Use with Low- temperature Fuel, 336
  • Gas Producer, National Gas Engine Company, Limited, 64, 65
  • Gas Producer, Suction, Crossley Bros., Limited. 619
  • Gas Producer, Wood Refuse, Davey, Paxman and Co., Limited, 36
  • Gas Pump and Mixer, Rees Roturbo Manufacturing company, Limited, 704
  • Gas Retorts, Vertical, Steaming in, Tests at East Greenwich Fuel Research Station, 200
  • Gas, Sewage--see Sewage
  • Gas, Town's, Desiderata in the Qualities of, Dr. J. S. G. Thomas. 17
  • Gas Turbine, 321
  • Gas, Utilisation of Waste Heat in, E. G. Stewart, 17
  • Gas versus Electricity, D. Milnes Watson, 379
  • Gear-boxes, 681
  • Gear Cutting and Grinding Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Gear Teeth Measurement and Calipers for, Bostock and Bramley, 270
  • Generating Stations--see Electrical Matters
  • German Reparations in Kind, 643
  • Germany, Activity in, H. J. Davey and H. Gutteridge, 361
  • Germany, Machinery Industry of. 301
  • Gibson, Professor A. H., on Water Power Development, 273, 301
  • Glutrin for Road Binding, Arthur Newsome, 564
  • Gold Coast, Deep Water Harbour, 620
  • Golf Ball Testing Machine, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 316
  • Good, E. T., on International Iron and Steel Trade, 477
  • Gough, H. J., on Improvements in Methods of Fatigue Testing, 159, 172
  • Grain Cargoes, Discharge of, in London, by Pneumatic Elevators, R. E. Knight, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 667, 685
  • Grain Stooker, International Harvester Company, 37
  • Greek and Roman Engineering Instruments, R. C. Skyring Walters, Newcomen Society. 637
  • Grinding Machines--see Machine Tools

H

  • HAIGH Alternating Stress Testing Machine, 116
  • Halbprg-Beth Gas Cleaning Plant, 390
  • Hammers, Electric--see Electrical Matters Harbour, Deep-water, on the Gold Coast, 620
  • Hardening of Metals, 430
  • Harrow, "Hedge-Hog," Robert Boby, Limited, 36
  • Hawksley, Thomas, Lecture--see Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  • Haymaker and Thistle Cutter, Combined, Bamfords, Limited, 12
  • Hele-Shaw, Dr. H. S., on Power Transmission by Oil, 500
  • Heligo and, Fortress of, 415 (Two-page Supplement, October 21st, 1921)
  • Histories, Short, of Famous Firms, Hatchain Ironworks, London, George England and Co., 58
  • Holland, Land Reclamation, 594
  • Hopking, A. G., on Die Casting, 281, 309 ; (Letter), 426
  • Horne, Professor Alexander R., on Boiler Efficiency and Output as Affected by Draught, 322 ; (Letter), 478
  • House Refuse, Disposal of, 685
  • Hudson River Bridge, Proposed, at New York, 313
  • "Hydraucone" Regainer, W. M. White, 149
  • Hydraulic Presses, Rollings and Guest, Limited, 371
  • Hydraulic Testing of Drying Cylinders, 45
  • Hydro-electric Development in California, 328
  • Hydro-electric Developments in Sardinia, 408
  • Hydro-electric Enterprises in Formosa, 152
  • Hydro-electric Installation, Scar House, 639, 650
  • Hydro-electric Power Schemes in Finland, 199
  • Hygiene, Industrial, Sir T. Oliver, 454

I

  • ILLUMINATION, International Commission 168
  • Impact Effect Tests on Railway Bridges, 102
  • Industrial Alcohol from Rice Straw, 8
  • Industrial Application of Research, 485
  • Industrial Hygiene, Sir T. Oliver, 454
  • Industrial League, Meeting at the Mansion House, 429; (Letters), 478, 510, 562
  • Industrial Production of Rare Metals, 351
  • Industrial Standardisation, Geo. W. Watson, 431
  • Inglis, Professor C. E., on the Forth and Quebec Bridges, British Association, 350
  • Inland Waterways, Committee's Second Interim Report, 91
  • Institutions--see Associations
  • Instruments--see Engineering, also Electrical Matters
  • Internal Combustion Engines--see Engines
  • International Iron, andc--see Iron

IRON AND STEEL :

  • - Aluminium Alloys as Substitutes for Steel, 457
  • - Cast Iron Research Association, British Investigations, 436, 534, 672
  • - Chrome Ore Alines of New Caledonia, 260
  • - Future of Stainless Steel, Use for Turbine Blades and Hydraulic Pump Ram, Thos. Firth and Sons, Limited, 448
  • - Heat Treatment of Steel, 95
  • - International Iron and Steel Trade, E. T. Good, 477
  • - Iron and Steel Institute, Abstracts of Papers at French Meeting, 258, 284
  • - Iron and Steel Production in October, 543
  • - Malay Peninsula, Iron Ore in, 604
  • - Pig Iron and Steel in August, 305
  • - Rustproofing Small Iron and Steel Articles, Galvanising Equipment Company, Limited, 370
  • - Shock Strength of Hardened Steel, Machine for Testing, 150
  • - Small Steel Castings, 140
  • - Sorbitic Steel for Tires, C. P. Sandberg Process, 656, 657
  • - Stainless Steel and its Properties, 504
  • - Steel and Engineering Situation, 148
  • - Steel, Hot and Cold, 322
  • - Testing of Castings, 70
  • ITALY, Electrical Progress in, 75
  • Italy, Unemployment Relief, 633

J

  • JONES, Major H. J., on Einstein and the Theory of Relativity, 529, 556. 588 ; (Letters), 562. 644
  • Juvenile Employment in South Africa, 323

K

  • KAPP, R. O., on Low Power Factor, 17, 41
  • Keens, A., on Oil Burning at Sea, 356
  • Kershaw, J. B. C.. on the Ajax-Wyatt Electric Furnace, 139
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., on Water Power Development in North Wales, 210
  • Knight, R. E., on Discharge of Grain Cargoes in the Port of London by Pneumatic Elevators, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 667, 685
  • Krupps--see Works

L

  • LABORATORY, National Physical, Report, 7

LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES AND WAGES QUESTIONS :

  • - Efficiency, 513 ; (Letter), 562
  • - Employers and Employed, 244
  • - Priestman System of Profit-sharing, 634
  • - Scotstoun Lesson in Practical Economics, 195, 200
  • - Steel and Engineering Situation, 148
  • - Two Plans, 429
  • - Unemployment, 429 ; (Letters), 478, 510, 562
  • - Unemployment, Mr. Clynes on, 485
  • LAMPS, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Latham, Ernest, on Deep-water Quays, Considerations of Design, 672
  • Lathes--see Machine Tools
  • Latin-America, Electric Vehicles in, 101
  • Latin-American Engineering Notes, 200
  • Latium Tourist Trophy, 562
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 28, 108, 131, 182, 230, 280, 308, 331, 414. 472, 522, 579, 633, 666, 688, 717
  • Lawrence, Max R.. on Production and the Engineer, 100
  • Lea, Professor F. C., on Tidal Power Utilisation, 311
  • Lead, White, in Painting, 521

LEADERS:

  • - Acworth Report on Indian Railways, 349
  • - Agricultural Tractor, 350
  • - Airship Disaster, 219
  • - Aluminium Alloys as Substitutes for Steel, 457
  • - American Telephone Work, 569
  • - As Others See Us, 95
  • - Battery Vehicles, 219
  • - Boiler Explosions, 681
  • - Brass and Bronze, 121
  • - Classics and Technology, 267
  • - Coal and Oil, 15
  • - Comparison of Tramways, 148
  • - De-control of the Railways, 175
  • - Efficiency, 513
  • - Elastic Limit and Yield Point, 41
  • - Electrical Fires, 402
  • - Employers and Employed, 244
  • - Engineering Design and the Public, 243
  • - Engineers as Administrators, 651
  • - Extrusion, 457
  • - Fatigue Testing, 172
  • - Fool-proof Railway Signalling, 401
  • - France and Britain, 295
  • - Gas Turbine, 321
  • - Gear-boxes, 681
  • - Good and Evil of Science, 296
  • - Hardening of Metals, 430
  • - Heat Treatment of Steel, 95
  • - Industrial Application of Research, 485
  • - Institution of Chemical Engineers, 542
  • - Less Known Metals, 623
  • - Limitation of Naval Armaments, 541
  • - Locomotive Operation--Notching-up, 69
  • - Locomotive Operation--Superheating and Firing, 121
  • - London Electricity Supply Problem, 147
  • - Low Power Factor, 41
  • - Mr. Clynes on Unemployment, 485
  • - New Naval Construction, 171
  • - New Year, 707
  • - Noise, 623
  • - North British Railway's Claim, 15
  • - Of Muddling Through, 376
  • - Railway Rates, 707
  • - Railways and Unemployment, 402
  • - Reflections on Naval Disarmament, 569
  • - Research Associations, 542
  • - Science and Industry, 513
  • - Scotstoun Lesson in Practical Economics, 195
  • - Shipbuilding Returns, 70
  • - Steel and Engineering Situation, 148
  • - Steel--Hot and Cold, 322
  • - Tataism, 597
  • - Testing of Castings, 70
  • - Thrust Meters in Marine Work, 375
  • - Turbo-electric Propulsion, 267
  • - Two Plans, 429
  • - Unemployment, 429
  • - Water Power Development, 651
  • - Wireless Developments, 597
  • LEGROS, L. A., on Tanks and Chain-track Artillery, 592, 593, 625, 659 ; (Letter), 688
  • Lenz Oil Transmission Gear for Locomotives, 660
  • Lesson from Past Experience, 244 ; (Letter) 288

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS :

  • - England, North of, 24, 50, 78, 104, 130, 154, 178, 202, 226, 250, 276, 304, 330, 358, 384, 385, 410, 438, 468. 494, 524, 550, 578, 579. 606, 607, 632, 662, 690, 716
  • - Lancashire, 23, 49, 77, 103, 129, 131, 153, 155, 177, 201, 225, 249, 275, 277, 303, 329, 357, 383, 409, 437, 467, 469, 493, 495, 523, 549, 577, 605, 630, 660, 689, 715
  • - Midlands and Staffordshire, 23, 48, 51, 76, 102, 128, 153, 155, 176, 179, 201, 225, 227, 248, 251, 274, 302, 328, 331, 356, 359, 382, 409, 436, 466, 492, 522, 548, 576, 604, 630, 660, 689, 714
  • - Scotland, 25. 51, 78, 104, 130, 155, 179, 203, 227, 250, 276, 304, 331, 358, 385, 411, 438, 468, 494. 524, 551, 578. 606. 632, 662, 691, 716
  • - Sheffield, 23, 25, 49, 77, 79, 103, 129, 131, 153, 177. 179, 202, 203, 226, 227, 249, 251, 275, 277, 303, 305, 329, 357, 359, 384, 410, 438, 467, 469, 493, 495, 523, 550, 577, 579. 605. 631, 661, 690, 715
  • - Wales and Adjoining Counties, 25, 51, 79, 105, 130, 131, 155, 179, 203, 227, 251, 277, 305, 331, 359, 385, 411, 439, 469, 495, 525, 551, 579, 607, 633, 663, 691, 717

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • - Application of the Uniflow Engine to Steamships, F. W. Dean, 38
  • - Approximate Formulae for Compression Space, F. W. James, 534 ; Geo. T. Pardoe, 562
  • - Boiler Explosion at Buxton, E. R. Calthrop, 534 ; G. F. C. Gordon, 594 ; F. W. Brewer, 644

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):

  • - Brick Chimney with Concrete Cornice, D. J. Moss, 144 ; J. H. Harrison, 168
  • - British and Foreign Engineering, Galloways, Limited, 372
  • - Buxton Locomotive Explosion--see Boiler
  • - Charges for Electricity, J. E. Livermore, 616
  • - China and Great Britain, Cecil G. Howsin, 240
  • - Cost of Covered Service Reservoirs, Birkenhead's Al wen Water Supply, Water Engineer, 240
  • - Developments in Power Station Design, T. Mohn, 426
  • - Diagram for Tube Surface, A. C. Garwood, 168
  • - Die Castings, London Die Casting Foundry, 426
  • - Drag Box Casting as Air Reservoir, Wm. E. Briggs, 510
  • - Efficiency, E. C. S., 562
  • - Electric Rivet Heaters, George Kenworthy, 562 ; Buckley, Saunders and Co., Limited. 616
  • - Electric versus Steam Traction, C., 700
  • - Employers' Fund for Workmen's Children, A Bachelor, 644
  • - Engineers as Administrators, Cecil G. Howsin, 688 ; R. A. McLaren, 688
  • - Faculty of Civil Engineers, Proposed, Civil Engineer and Surveyor, 327
  • - Fireman's Duty, R. Orde, 510
  • - First Locomotive with Four Excentrics, E. L. Ahrons, 562, 616, 688 ; E. A. Forward, 594, 644 ; James Dunlop, 615, 688, 700 : C. F. Dendy Marshall, 644
  • - Foundry Costs, D. Adamson, 616
  • - Government Employees and the Income Taxpayer, G. Halliday, 216
  • - Heavy Tenders--see Locomotive Footplate
  • - Inglis Boiler, F. W. Dean, 478
  • - Institution of Civil Engineers, D., 76
  • - Jubilee of the Japanese Government Railways, Geo. Cawley, 216
  • - Junior Institution of Engineers, Percival Marshall, 240
  • - Locomotive Boiler--see Boiler
  • - Locomotive Footplate Experiences, H. H., 102 ; P. H. Parr, 114 ; A. P. Schove, 615 ; Wm. T. Hoecker, 644
  • - Locomotive Performances and Working--see Locomotive Footplate
  • - Locomotives with Four Excentrics--see First Locomotive, andc.
  • - London of the Future, H. J. Leaning, 700
  • - Modern Portland Cement Manufact ure, P. C.. 616
  • - Noise, A. S. E. Ackermann, 644
  • - Palm Oil as Fuel for Oil Engines, H. Akroyd Stuart, 478
  • - Panama Canal Slides, D. M. M., 700
  • - Powdered Coal Fuel, H. D. Savage, 38 : H. A. Reichenbach, 288
  • - Prospects of Young Engineers, Echo, 240 ; L. S. D., 288
  • - Question at the "Civils" Examination. Conrad Gribble, 594, 644 ; F. Hovenden, 616
  • - Rangoon, Port of, C. S. Meik and Buchanan, 594
  • - Relativity, L. A. W. Van der Lek. 562 ; E. W. Hill, 644 ; C. Turnbull, 644
  • - Rigid Airships, R. Collins, 288
  • - Scrap the Tramcar, Leyland Motors, Limited. 426
  • - Second-hand Machine Tools, P. V. Vernon, 616
  • - Signalling on the Liverpool Overhead Railway, E. W. Timmis, 510
  • - Slag in Concrete, H. O. Weller, 688
  • - Speed Orders on Railways, Indoct us, 616
  • - Study of the Past, Sidney Russel, 38
  • - Tanks and Chain-track Artillery, L. A. Legros, 688
  • - Telescoping of Railway Trains, John Francis, 240
  • - Unemployment, F. T. W. Lewis, 478, 510
  • - Uses of Stainless Steel, F. W. Dean, 38
  • - Vaal River Barrage, W. Ingham, 168
  • - Wages and Cost of Living, A. P. Bale, 372
  • - Wages in Germany, O. J. F. Thorpe, 38
  • - Works Committees, Robt. True, 562
  • - Yellow River Bridge, E. W. Moir, 372
  • LIFT Locks on the Canal du Centre, Belgium, 208, 218
  • Lighting and Lighting Plant, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Lipman, C. L., Design of Alternating-current Instruments, 663

LITERATURE :

  • Reviews :
  • - Aggregation and Flow of Solids, Sir George Beilby, 515
  • - Air Supply to Boiler-rooms of Modern Ships of War, Richard W. Allen, 96
  • - Alloys Research Committee of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Report, Alloys of Aluminium, W. Rosenhain, 458
  • - Aluminium and its Alloys, C. Grard, 402
  • - Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1921-2, Alex. Richardson and Archibald Hurd, 652
  • - Case Hardening of Steel, Harry Brearley, 148, 709
  • - Chemistry, Applied, Dictionary of, Sir E, Thorpe, Vol. II., Calculi--Explosion, 79, 216
  • - Coalfields of Ireland, Memoir on the, July, 1921, Vol. I., Text ; Vol. II., Maps, 542
  • - Diagnosing of Troubles in Electrical Machinery, Miles Walker, 599
  • - Dock and Lock Machinery, W. H. Hunter, 571, 708
  • - Entropy as a Tangible Conception, Engineer- Lieutenant-Commander 8. G. Wheeler, 514
  • - Fifty Years of Electricity, Dr. J. A. Fleming, 599
  • - Geology of the British Empire, F. R. C. Reed, 653
  • - London of the Future, London Society, Sir Aston Webb, 652
  • - Mathematical Theory of Electricity and Magnetism, Elements of the, Sir J. J. Thomson, 42
  • - Merchant Navy, Vol. I., Archibald Hurd, 123
  • - Ministry of Munitions and Scientific and Industrial Research, Technical Records of Explosives Supply, 1915-1918, No. 2, Manufacture of Trinitrotoluene, 431, 515 ; No. 3, Sulphuric Acid Concentration, 431, 599

LITERATURE (continued) :

  • Reviews (continued):
  • - Nos Usines Metallurgiques Devastees (1914- 1918), Leon Guillet, 624
  • - Social and Industrial History of Scotland : From the Union to the Present Time, James MacKinnon, 71
  • - Thermodynamics, J. E. Emswiler, 571, 709
  • - Unemployment, Cause and a Remedy, Arthur Kitson, 342, 599
  • - Working of Steel: Annealing, Heat Treating and Hardening of Carbon and Alloy Steel, F. H. Colvin and K. A. Juthe, 543. 683
  • Short Notices :
  • - Blue Printing and Modern Plan Copying, andc., B. J. Hall, 571, 599
  • - Catalogue of British Scientific and Technical Books, 653
  • - Centrifugal Pumps, J. W. Cameron, 200, 216
  • - Earthwork in Railway Engineering, J. W. F. Gardner, 599
  • - Electrolytic Deposition and Hydro-metallurgy of Zinc, Oliver C. Ralston, 43
  • - Empire Municipal Directory and Year Book, 1921-2, 43
  • - Geology and Mineral Resources of the Serb- Croat-Slovene State, D. A. Wray, 599
  • - Hydraulic Forging, Clifford O. Bower, 216
  • - Iron and Steel in Sweden, 653
  • - Labour, New Policy for, Hilderic Cousens, 515
  • - Material Handling Cyclopedia, Roy V. Wright and J. G. Little, 515
  • - Motor Car Practice, Modern, W. H. Berry, 200
  • - Petroleum, 515
  • - "Proceedings" for 1920 of the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (Incorporated), Captain M. G. Tweedie, 402
  • - Who's Who in Engineering, J. E. Sears, 402
  • Books Received :
  • - Aeroplane, Mechanical Principles of, S. Brodetsky, 200
  • - Aluminium and its Alloys, C. Grard, 515
  • - American Sulphuric Acid Practice, P. de Wolf and others, 543
  • - Analytical Geometry with Introductory Chapter on the Calculus, C. I. Palmer and W. C. Krathwohl, 599
  • - Artificial Light : Its Influence upon Civilisation, M. Luckiesh, 342
  • - Automatic Telephone Systems, Vol. I., Circuits and Apparatus, &c., W. Aitken, 571
  • - Benzine and Mineral Lubricants Production, Testing and Uses, Dr. J. Formanek, 683
  • - Bleaching, S. H. Higgins, 624
  • - Boiler Inspection and Maintenance, R. Clayton, 342
  • - Boiler Laws Committee Report, 1920-21, 624
  • - British Labour Replacement and Conciliation, 1914-1921, 571
  • - British Railways and the Great War, 2 Vols., E. A. Pratt, 653
  • - Carbon Monoxide Poisoning in Factories, 342
  • - Cardiff, City of Golden Opportunities for the Manufacturer, 624
  • - Chemical and Metallographic Examination of Iron, Steel and Brass, W. T. Hall and R. S. Williams, 683
  • - Chemical Warfare, A. A. Fries and C. J. West, 599
  • - Chemistry, Inorganic, Text-book of, Vol. IX., Part IL, J. Newton Friend, 79
  • - Cochran Book of Oil Firing, 200
  • - Columns : Strength and Design of Long Compression Members, E. H. Salmon, 515
  • - Complete Income Tax Chart, C. H. Tolley, 599
  • - Concrete Designersí Manual, G. A. Hood and C. S. Whitney, 436
  • - Construction Equipment : Cost and Use, Handbook of, R. T. Dana, 342
  • - Derby Show, Miscellaneous Implements at, 599
  • - Determination of the Calorific Value of Coal --see Lancashire and Cheshire
  • - Direct-current Electrical Engineering, Elements of, H. F. Trewman and G. E. Condliae, 436
  • - "Dividends for All," Allen Young, 436
  • - Drawing Room Practice, F. A. Stanley, 515
  • - Earthwork in Railway Engineering, J. W. F. Gardner, 624
  • - Economics of Bridge Work, J. A. L. Waddell, 436
  • - Electric Furnace, F. J. Monett, 624
  • - Electric Lighting in Factories and Workshops, Leon Gaster and J. S. Dow, 683
  • - Electrical Machinery: Installation, Operation, Maintenance, F. A. Annett, 200
  • - Electric Motor Installations : Their Upkeep and Lay-out, 79
  • - Electrical Wiring, Practice of, D. S. Munro, 515
  • - Electricity, Practical, W. E. Ayrton and T. Mather, 515
  • - Electricity in the Service of Man, R. M. Walmsley, Vol. II., Section 3, The Technology of Electricity, 543
  • - Engineering Steels, Leslie Aitchison, 515
  • - English for the English, G. Sampson, 543
  • - Factory Administration in Practice, W. J. Hiscox, 515
  • - Factory Chemistry, Preparatory to Courses in Metallurgy and Metallography, W. H. Hawkes, 342
  • - Fifty Years of Electricity, J. A. Fleming, 683
  • - Ford Electrical Equipment, The Book of the, R. T. Nicholson, 599
  • - Fuel and Refractory Materials, A. Humboldt Sexton, 599
  • - Gasoline and other Motor Fuels, Carleton Ellis and J. V. Meigs, 571
  • - Gears and Gearing, Captain S. Bramley- Moore, 624
  • - Grinding Machines and their Use, T. R. Shaw, 342
  • - Heat Treatment of Soft and Medium Steels, Frederick Giolitti, 342
  • - Highway Bridges of Steel, Timber and Concrete, Design of, Milo S. Kitchum, 543
  • - History of the Great War, Vol. II., Naval Operations, Sir J. S. Corbett, 624
  • - Human Factor in Business, B. Seebohm Rowntree, 515
  • - Hydraulic Forging and the Plastic Deformation of Steel and its Heat Treatment, C. O. Bower, 436
  • - Hydro-electric Engineering, Vol. L, Civil and Mechanical, H. D. Cook, 599
  • - Indian Railway Bridge Commission, Reports, 342

LITERATURE (continued) :

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Induction Coil, Theory of the, E. Taylor- Jones, 436
  • - Induction Motor and other Alternating- current Motors, B. A. Behrend, 599
  • - Industrial and Power Alcohol, R. C. Farmer. 342
  • - Institute of Metals, Journal of the, Vol. XX V., 436
  • - Ironfoundry Practice, G. J. Pitt, 543
  • - Italian Technical Words and Phrases, E. F. Paventa, 599
  • - Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England. Vol. 81, 200
  • - Lancashire and Cheshire Coal Research Association : Determination of the Calorific Value of Coal, F. S. Sinnatt and Miss M. B. Craven, 599
  • - Law of Carriage by Railway, H. W. Disney, 436
  • - Liverpool Shipping Whoís Who, 1921, 436
  • - Location, Grading, and Drainage of Highways, W. G. Harger, 148
  • - Manchester Guardian Commercial Year-book. 436
  • - Marine Diesel Engine and Semi-Diesel Engine, Operation of, Vickers Limited, Engineer- Lieutenant H. Atkinson, 683
  • - Mechanical Handling of Goods, C. H. Woodfield, 624
  • - Mechanics : Text-book for Engineers, J. E. Boyd, 599
  • - Metallography, Part II., Metals and Common Alloys, S. L. Hoyt, 148
  • - Metric System for Engineers, C. B. Clapham. 599
  • - Mex Fuel Oil, Anglo-Mexican Petroleum Company, Limited, 436
  • - Mine Accounting and Cost Principles, T. O. McGrath, 543
  • - Ministry of Finance, Egypt : Petroleum Resources, E. M. Dowson, 624
  • - Monographs on Industrial Chemistry : The Electric Furnace, J. N. Pring, 436
  • - Motor Cycles and Side Cars, Construction, Management and Overhaul, H. Corbishley, 342
  • - Motor Electrical Manual, 653
  • - Municipal Refuse, Collection and Disposal of, Rudolph Hering and S. A. Greeley, 436
  • - Nebenprodukten-Kokerei in Sudrussland, L. Litinsky, 342
  • - Oil Firing : Its Efficient Application, E. C. Bowden-Smith, 515
  • - Ontario, Hydro-electric Power Commission, Report, 683
  • - Petroleum Year-book, 1921, Sydney H. North, 436
  • - Physics for Technical Students, Introduction to, P. J. Haler and A. H. Stuart, 571
  • - Power-house Design, J. F. C. Snell, 436
  • - Privy Council, Medical Research Council: Science of Ventilation and Open-air Treatment, Part II., Leonard Hill, 436
  • - Railroad Shop Practice : Methods and Tools, F. A. Stanley, 543
  • - Robertson's Method for Export and Import Trade, J. Robertson, 624
  • - Sewers and Sewerage, H. G. Whyatt, 148
  • - Sheet Metal Drafting, E. M. Longfield, 79
  • - Smithing and Forging, Practical, Thomas Moore, 342
  • - Society of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers' Year-book, 1921, 683
  • - Solvency or Downfall, Lord Rothermere, 148
  • - Steam Boilers, Terrell Croft, 543
  • - Steam Turbo-alternator, L. C. Grant, 342
  • - Structural Engineer's Pocket Book, Ewart S. Andrews, 436
  • - Technical College, Bradford, Diploma and Special Day Courses, 436
  • - Textile Machine Drawing, T. Woodhouse and A. Brand, 148
  • - The Electrician Annual Tables of Electricity Supply Undertakings, 1921, 342
  • - Theoretical Mechanics: Principles of Dynamics, A. E. H. Love, 200
  • - Thermionic Tubes in Radio-telegraphy and Telephony, John Scott-Taggart, 436
  • - "Transactions" of the Institution of Naval Architects, R. W. Dana, 599
  • - Transition Spiral and its Introduction to Railway Curves, A. L. Higgins, 515
  • - Turbines, Engineer-Captain A. E. Tompkins, 342
  • - Useful Engineers' Constants for the Slide Rule and How They are Obtained, J. A. Burns, 436
  • - Useful Tables and Data for the Assistance of Consumers of Wire, W. F. Dennis and Co.. 148
  • - Westinghouse Air Brake, 515
  • - Work of the Royal Engineers in the European War, 1914-1919 : Water Supply (France), 599
  • LLOYD'S Register--see Ships
  • Lock Nuts, Mason, Page and Co., 398
  • Locomotive, Oil, Blackstone and Co., Limited, 619
  • Locomotives, Oil Transmission for, Lenz System, 660
  • Locomotives--see also Railways, also Electrical Matters
  • London Electricity--see Electrical Matters
  • London "Toll" Telephone Exchange, 271
  • Lorry, Clarkson Steam, with Automatic Feed Regulator, Thimble-tube Boiler, andc., 432
  • Lorry, 2-Ton, Commercial Cars, Limited, 37
  • Lorry, Garratt's 2.5 Ton Electric, 434
  • Lorry with Tipping Body, Newton Brothers (Derby), Limited, 452
  • Lorry, 2-Ton "Waytip," W. and G. Du Cros, Limited, 453, 454
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant, 464ó see also By-products, also Electrical Matters
  • Lubricating Oil for Steam Turbines, Treatment of, 490
  • Lubrication of Railway Axle-boxes, 361

M MACHINE TOOLS :

  • - Capstan Lathe, 5.5in., Pollock and Macnab Limited, 684
  • - Gear Wheel Shaping Machine, Stevenson Gear Company. 128

MACHINE TOOLS {continued):

  • - Grinder, Small Tool and Machine Tools, Brunton and Trier, 398
  • - Grinding Gear Wheel Teeth, Machine for, Gear Grinding Company, Limited, 112
  • - Lathe, Very Large, Thomas Shanks and Co., 325 (Two-page Supplement, September 23rd, 1921)
  • - Lathe, 50in. Sliding and Surfacing, Joshua Buckton and Co., Limited, 164, 167
  • - Milling Cutter Dynamometer, Dempster Smith, 405
  • - Planers at Well House Foundry, Leeds, 164, 168, 170
  • - Planing Machine, 35ft., C. Redman and Sons. 548
  • - Planing Machines, Mechanical Reversing Drive for, The Newton-Derby, 124
  • - Punching and Shearing Machines, C. A. Hunton and Sons, 371
  • - Slotting Machine, Locomotive Frame Plate, Joshua Buckton and Co., Limited, 167, 170
  • - Testing Machine, Chain Cable and Anchor, Joshua Buckton and Co., Limited, 164, 167
  • - Turret Lathe with Guarded Headstock, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 22 ; (Correction), 51
  • - Vertical Shaping Machine, Pratt and Whitney, 198
  • - Well House Foundry, Leeds, Machine Tools at, Joshua Buckton and Co., Limited, 164, 166, 170
  • - Worm Wheel Generating Machine, Large, W. Muir and Co., Limited, 654
  • MACHINERY of Docks--see Docks
  • Machinery in Spain, 163
  • Machinery, Special, at Ford's Motor Works, 695, 706
  • McKay, Robert F.. on the Oscillation of Otters, 3
  • Malaya, Mining in, 125
  • Manchester Waterworks, 717
  • Manufacturing, Some Points in, Oscar Strom- borg, 695, 706
  • Marine Boilers in a Woollen Mill, 380
  • Marine Engines--see Engines
  • Marshall, C. F. Dendy, on Chronology of Communication, 615
  • Marshall, C. F. Dendy, on the Liverpool and Manchester Railway, Newconen Society. 532; (Letters), 562, 594, 615, 616, 644, 688, 700
  • Mathot, Monsieur R. E., on Vegetable Oils for Internal Combustion Engines, 138; (Letter), 478
  • Measuring Involute Gear Teeth, F. J. Bostock, 270
  • Memorial, Thomas Newcomen, at Dartmouth, 127
  • Metallurgical Chemist, Sir R. Hadfield, 454
  • Metals, Hardening, 430
  • Metals, Rare, Industrial Production of, 351
  • Metals, The Less Known, 623
  • Meters, Coal and Water, Lea Recorder Company, Limited. 339
  • Meters, Oil Flow, Cambridge and Paul Scientific Instrument Company, 339
  • Meters, Steam and Water, George Kent, Limited, 262
  • Meters, Thrust, in Marine Work, 375
  • Mexico, Engineering in, 125
  • Mid-Scotland Ship Canal, D. A. Stevenson, 312
  • Milling--see Machine Tools
  • Mines, Safety of Electric Locomotives in, 46
  • Mining in Malaya, 125
  • Mirrors for Reflecting Heat, Professor Chas. Fery, 545
  • Mitchell, Gardiner, on Conveying and Elevating Machinery, 667
  • Molybdenum--see Iron and Steel
  • Monypenny, J. H. G., on Elongation and Gauge Length in Tensile Tests, 220
  • Motor Car, Armstrong-Siddeley, 518
  • MotorCar, 10H.P., B.S.A., 518, 519, 530
  • Motor Car, 9 H.P., Bradshaw-Belsize, 518, 519
  • Motor Car Chassis, Albert, Service Motor Company, Limited, 537, 538
  • Motor Car, 5 H.P. Citroen, 538
  • Motor Car, Leyland Eight, Leyland Motors, Limited, 480
  • Motor Car, Stoneleigh, Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Limited, 537
  • Motor Car, Sunbeam, 14 H.P., Chassis, Engine, and Clutch, Rear Axle, Differential Gear, andc., 516, 517, 518
  • Motor Car, Wolseley Motors, Limited, 519, 537
  • Motor Car Works--see Works
  • Motor Car Worm Gears, Daimler-Lanchester, 536
  • Motor Cars at Olympia, Humber, Lanchester, Ruston-Hornsby, "Wolseley Seven," andc., 519
  • Motor Cars, Small, at Olympia, Standard, Calcott, Calthorpe, Rover, Morris, Deemster, Singer, Hillman, Lagonda, A.B.C., Jowett, 538
  • Motor Landaulette, 20 H.P., Daimler Company, Limited, 517, 518
  • Motor Vehicle Exhibitions--see Exhibitions
  • Motor Vehicle, 4-Ton Petrol-electric Chassis with Electric-driven Tipping Body, Tilling- Stevens Motors, Limited, 37
  • Muddling Through, Of, 376

N

  • NANTES, Improvements of the Port of, 66
  • National Physical Laboratory, Report, 7
  • Naval Matters--see Ships
  • Newcomen Memorial at Dartmouth, 127

NEWCOMEN SOCIETY :

  • - History of Continuous Conveying Devices, G. F. Zimmer, 403
  • - Liverpool and Manchester Railway, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 532 ; (Letters), 562, 594, 615, 616, 644, 688, 700
  • NEW Year, 707
  • Nickel Industry of Canada, 188
  • Noble, Sir W. J., on Education and Democracy, 426
  • Noise, 623 ; (Letter), 644
  • Noise and Fatigue, Problems of, Professor Spooner, 566
  • North Wales, Water Power Development in, J. B. C. Kershaw, 210

O OBITUARY :

  • - Campbell, Charles J. R., 270
  • - Claughton, Sir Gilbert Henry, 17
  • - Davidson, Sir Samuel C. (Portrait), 221
  • - Dewhurst, John Henry, 236
  • - Fielding, James, 408
  • - Fox, Sir Douglas (Portrait), 533 ; (Correction), 572
  • - Garforth, Sir William E., 372
  • - Hewitt, Peter Cooper, 236
  • - Hill, Alick Sargeant, 269
  • - Jonas, Joseph, 236
  • - Kennedy, Sir John, 515
  • - Richards, Edward Windsor, 534
  • - Roe, John Pearce, 296
  • - Rogerson, Arthur Chorley, 75
  • - Rowell, Sir Herbert Babington, 17
  • - Rushton, Kenneth, 342
  • - Somerville, Robert, 221
  • - Varley, Samuel Alfred, 173
  • - Wallace, John, 534
  • - Warren, F., 270
  • - Webb, Major Clem D., 459
  • - Wills, Charles Joseph, 192
  • OIL Burners--see Boilers, also Burners
  • Oil Burning at Sea, A. Keens, 356
  • Oil Engines--see Engines
  • Oil Furnaces, Safety Device for, Ronald Trist and Co., Limited, 248
  • Oil, Lubricating, By-pass Filter for Treatment of, 490
  • Oil, Power Transmission by, "Hawksley Lecture," Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw, 500
  • Oil Pumping, American Pipe Lines for, 285, 352, 392, 400, 456, 460
  • Oil Pumping and Heating Set, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 264
  • Oil Pumping and Heating Unit, Babcock and Wilcox, Limited, 215, 216
  • Oil Storage Tanks, Whessoe Foundry and Engineering Company, Limited, 260; Cochran and Co., 260
  • Oil Transmission, Lenz System, for Locomotives, 660
  • Oils, Vegetable--see Engines
  • Oran, Port of, Development, 566
  • Orcutt, H. F. L., on Gear-boxes, 681
  • Ordnance Production, American, in the Great War, 196, 232, 268
  • Oscillation of Otters--see Ships
  • Owens, John S., on Air Lift Pumps, 312
  • Oxy-acetylene Blow-pipe Automatic Metal Cutting Machine, Godfrey Engineering Works, 317, 318, 320

P

  • PAINTING, White Lead in, 521
  • Panama Canal Slides, Problem of, John Stuart, 682 ; (Letter), 700
  • Patent Law, New Dutch, 117

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH :

  • - Aeronautics, 53, 134, 158
  • - Batteries, 471, 497
  • - Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 133, 229, 253, 307, 387, 471
  • - Converters, 441
  • - Cranes and Conveyors, 133, 254, 694
  • - Crushing and Grinding, 54, 720
  • - Dynamos and Motors, 27, 107, 157, 205, 229, 307, 527, 553, 609, 635, 665
  • - Electrical Appliances, 133
  • - Electric Furnaces, 333, 719
  • - Electric Traction, 333
  • - Electric Welding, 413, 471, 497
  • - Engines, Internal Combustion, 27, 53, 81, 181, 205, 253, 279, 307, 333, 387, 527, 581, 609, 665, 719
  • - Engines, Steam, 157, 635, 693
  • - Gas Producers, 81, 527, 553, 719
  • - Lifting Gear, 229
  • - Lighting and Heating, 81, 107, 280, 387, 413. 498, 636, 694
  • - Locomotives, 82, 230, 720
  • - Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 28, 54, 82, 108, 158, 182, 253, 280, 308, 334, 387, 442, 472, 553, 610, 666, 694
  • - Measuring and Testing Instruments, 53, 81, 107, 134, 181, 229, 254, 279, 362, 388, 471, 498, 553, 582
  • - Mines and Metals, 28, 361
  • - Miscellaneous, 28, 54, 82, 108, 134, 158, 182, 206, 230, 254, 280, 308, 334, 362, 388, 414, 442, 472, 498, 528, 553, 582, 610, 636, 666. 694, 720
  • - Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 107, 230, 334, 442, 528, 635
  • - Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 413, 441, 610, 636, 666
  • - Rectifiers, 441
  • - Ships and Boats, 54, 81, 133, 206, 230, 334. 414, 582
  • - Steam Generators, 53, 133, 279, 471, 665, 693
  • - Steam Turbines, 279
  • - Storage Batteries, 527
  • - Switchgear, 53, 134, 157, 181, 333, 361, 441, 635, 665, 693
  • - Telegraphs and Telephones, 157, 205, 693
  • - Testing--see Measuring
  • - Tramways and Railways, 133, 158, 181, 206, 308, 414, 442, 472, 527, 610, 720
  • - Transformers, 254, 279, 307, 361, 413, 527, 553, 693
  • - Transmission of Power, 108, 157, 181, 206, 307, 362, 388, 414, 472, 527, 635
  • - Turbine Machinery, 497, 719
  • - Wireless Telegraphy, 28, 81, 107, 181, 205, 254, 279, 387, 413, 441, 471. 497, 581, 609, 665, 693, 719
  • PATENTS, Prolongation of, 114
  • Peace Treaty and Lapsed Patents, 264
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 28, 54, 79, 108, 134, 158, 182, 230, 251, 277, 308, 334, 388, 408, 439, 522, 554, 579, 633, 666, 688
  • Petrol-electric Char-a-Bancs and Omnibus, Tilling-Stevens Motors, Limited, 452
  • Petrol Governor, M.T., Gallwey, Paul and Barker, 453
  • Petrol Rail Cars, Drewry Car Company, Limited, 44, 45
  • Petter, Mr. E. W., The Upper and Nether Millstones, 270
  • Photo Printing--see Blue Printing
  • Piling, Timber, in Waters Infested by Marine Borers, 57
  • Pipe Jointing Machine, Petrol-driven, Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, 352
  • Pipe Joints, Flexible, W. H. Dorman and Co., Limited, 317, 320
  • Pipe Joints, Victory Pipe Joint Company, 263
  • Pipe Lines, American, for Pumping Oil, 285, 352, 392, 400
  • Pipes, Incrustation of, Dr. D. Ellis, 351
  • Planing Machines and Drive--see Machine Tools
  • Pneumatic Coal-handling Plant at Bankside Electric Station, Henry Simon, Limited 600, 601
  • Pneumatic Elevators, Discharge of Grain Cargoes by, R. E. Knight, Institution oc Mechanical Engineers. 667, 685
  • Port of London, Opening of Albert Dock Extension, 29, 40 {Two-page Supplement, July 8th. 1921)
  • Port of Oran, Development of, 566
  • Portland Cement Manufacture, Modern, 420 ; (Letter), 616
  • Poultney, E. C., Recent Locomotive Practice on the Caledonian Railway, 474, 499, 501 ; (Letters), 510, 644 (Two-page Supplement, November 4th, 1921)
  • Poultney, E. C., Recent Locomotive Work on the London and North-Western Railway, 344. 367
  • Power from Sewage Gas, Walshaw System, 642, 669
  • Power from Sewage Gas, J. D. Watson, 351, 670 Power Stations--see Electrical Matters
  • Power Transmission by Oil, Hawksley Lecture, by Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw, 500
  • Presses, Hydraulic, Hollings and Guest, Limited, 371
  • Priestman System of Profit-sharing, 604
  • Production and the Engineer, Max R. Lawrence, 100
  • Public Works Conference, 571, 590
  • Papers :
  • - Coal Tar for Road Work, H. W. James, 571
  • - Economical Scheme for Dealing with London's Refuse, W. J. Heavey, 572
  • - Papers on Care of Road Appliances, H. T. Chapman ; Water Mains and Reinforced Concrete Roads, C. G. Heazell ; Internal Corrosion of Water Pipes, William Ransom ; Water for Road Vehicles, J. R. Davidson ; Electricity in Public Service, F. Ayton; Electricity, Application to Municipal Services, S. J. Watson, 590
  • - Public Lighting by Gas, Dr. J. S. C. Thomas and Mr. D. Chandler, 571
  • - Utility of Benzole for Transport Purposes, Captain E. de Normanville, 571
  • Public Works Congress, 422
  • Public Works in the South of France, Projected, 248
  • Public Works and Trade Conditions in Chile, 25
  • Pulverised Fuel--see Fuel, also Coal

PUMPS :

  • - Air Lift Pumps, John S. Owens, 312
  • - Finney Electrically Driven Pump, Agricultural and General Engineers, Limited, 11
  • - Fire Pump, Paraffin-driven, Parsons Motor Company, Limited, 620
  • - Hydraulic Pump, Experiment with Stainless Steel Ram, Thos. Firth and Sons, Limited, 447
  • - Pumping and Heating Set, Oil Fuel, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 264
  • - Pumping and Heating Unit, Oil, Babcock and Wilcox, Limited 215, 216
  • - Pumping Oil, American Pipe Lines for, 285, 352, 392, 400, 456, 460
  • - Pumping Sets at Derby Show, Aster Engineering Company, Limited ; Boulton and Paul, Limited, 65
  • - Roturbo Gas Pump and Mixer, 704
  • - Vacuum Pump for Corrosive Gases, Tilghman's Sand Blast Company, Limited, 224
  • - Vacuum Pumps for Coal-handling Plant, Henry Simon, Limited, 601
  • PUNCHING Machines--see Machine Tools

Q

  • QUARRY Spoil Disposer, Charles E. Blyth, 199

R RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS :

  • General:
  • - Acworth Report on Indian Railways, 349--see also India
  • - Anti - telescoping Device for Railway Carriages, Mr. J. G. Robinson, Great Central Railway, 8
  • - Automatic Mechanical Train Controller, J. J. Daniels, 520
  • - Automatic Train Control, W. J. Thorrowgood, 658
  • - Bridges, Impact Effect Tests on, 102
  • - Collision at Dawlish, Great Western Railway, 648
  • - Container Railway Car, W. C. Sanders, 646, 647
  • - Cross Cutting, Adzing and Boring Machine for Railway Sleepers, T. Robinson and Son, Limited, 348, 353
  • - De-control of the Railways, 195
  • - Electric Railway Within the Arctic Circle, 676, 680
  • - Electrification of Railways, 122
  • - Fog Signalling on Railways, 47
  • - Fool-proof Railway Signalling, 401
  • - Lubrication of Railway Axle-boxes, 361
  • - Petrol Rail Cars on Kalka-Simla Railway, Drewry Car Company, Limited, 44, 45
  • - Railway Accidents in 1920, 574
  • - Railway Electrification, Sir Vincent L. Raven, 673, 711 (Two-page Supplement, December 30th, 1921)
  • - Railway Rates, 707
  • - Railways and Unemployment, 402
  • - Reinforced Concrete Constructions on Railways, W. Marriott's Designs, 629
  • - Telephoning Between Moving Trains, 704
  • - Training Apprentices on the Victorian Railways, 111

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS (continued) :

  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - Australian Railways' Gauge, 435
  • - British Malaya, Railways, 247
  • - City and South London Railway, Tunnel Enlargement, 546
  • - Great Central Railway Buffers and Shock- absorbing Fenders, 8
  • - Great Northern Dining Car Tram, 424
  • - India, Future of the Railways of, Acworth Committee's Report, 346, 381
  • - Kalka-Simla Railway, India, Petrol Rail Cars for, 44, 45
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Amalgamation, 700
  • - Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Situation, 594
  • - Liverpool and Manchester Railway, C. F. Dendy Marshall, Newcomen Society, 532, (Letters), 562, 594, 615, 644, 688, 700
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, Electrification on the, 538
  • - London and South-Western Railway. New Trains for Bournemouth Service, 117
  • - Midland Railway, New Dining Cars, 144, 146
  • - North British Railway's Claim 15
  • - Re-signalling of the Liverpool Overhead Railway, 484, 488 ; (Letter), 510
  • - South African Railways, Steel Coaches for, Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 76
  • - Victorian Railways, Training of Apprentices 111
  • Foreign:
  • - Arctic Circle, Electric Railway in Sweden. 676, 680
  • - Bridge, Susitna River, Alaska Railroad, U.S.A., 255
  • - Chilean State Railway, Electrification of, 407
  • - Ecuadorean Railway Construction, 644
  • - Italian Railways, Electrification of, 538, 672
  • - Morocco, Railways in, 404
  • - Railway Fuel Economy in Sweden, C. E. Uddenberg, 127
  • - Swiss Federal Railways, Electrification of, 335, 376, 389
  • - Tenders for Chinese Railway Material, 327

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES :

  • General:
  • - Construction of Locomotive Engines in India, 380
  • - Economic Operations of Superheater Locomotives, F. W. Brewer, 598
  • - Locomotive Boiler Explosions, 565 ; (Letters), 594, 644
  • - Locomotive Operation--Notching-up, 69 ; (Letters), 102, 114
  • - Locomotive Operation, Superheating and Firing, 121
  • - Locomotives Built by Messrs. George England and Co., Hatcham, London, Nineteenth Century Locomotives, Four- coupled Engine, Great Western Railway ; Four-coupled Engine, Somerset and Dorset Railway ; Narrow-gauge Engine, Festiniog Railway; Single-driver Dwarf, London and North-Western Railway, 58
  • - Steam Locomotive of the Future, 172
  • - Trevithick's Locomotives, Notes on, E. A. Forward, 211
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - Buxton Boiler Explosion, 681, 684
  • - Caledonian Railway, Recent Locomotive Practice on, E. C. Poultney. 474, 499, 501 ; (Letters), 510, 644 (Two-page Supplement, November 4th, 1921)
  • - Jamaica Railways, Eight-coupled Locomotives, 48
  • - London and North-Western Railway, Recent Locomotive Work on, E. C. Poultney, 344, 367
  • - North-Eastern Railway, Large Electric Passenger Locomotive, 712 (Two-page Supplement, December 30th, 1921)
  • - Passenger Express, Passenger Tank, and Goods Locomotives on the Caledonian Railway, 499, 501
  • - Six-coupled Express Passenger Locomotive, Caledonian Railway, 474 (Two-page Supplement, November 4th, 1921)
  • RANGOON and its Proposed New Docks, 560, 568 ; (Letter), 594
  • Rauber, Monsieur Emile, on Possible Economies in Large Electric Generating Stations, 699
  • Raven, Sir Vincent L., on Railway Electrification, 673, 711 (Two-page Supplement, December 30th, 1921)
  • Reflecting Surfaces, Making of, Professor Chas. Fery, 545
  • Refractory Materials Research Association, 407
  • Refuse, House, Disposal of, 685
  • Registration, 97
  • Reinforced Concrete Constructions on Railways, Designs of Mr. W. Marriott, 629
  • Reinforced Concrete Road at Willesden, 126, 127
  • Renault Engine--see Engines
  • Research Associations, 542
  • Research, Industrial Application of, 485
  • Reservoir, Covered, at Cross Hill for Birkenhead Water Supply, 183, 194
  • Resistance, Ship--see Ships
  • Retorts, C. W. Tozer, for By-produccs Recovery Plant, 324, 336
  • Ricardo, H. R., on Supercharging in Petrol Engines, 327
  • Richardson, Professor O. W., on Problems of Physics, 296
  • Riley, Squadron-Leader A. J., on Seaplanes, 313
  • River Conservancy in Colombia, 288
  • Rivet Heaters, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Road Binder, Glutrin, Arthur Newsome, 564
  • Road Gritting Machine, Tipping Trailer Wagon, Tuke and Bell, Limited, 10
  • Roadmaking and Maintenance Appliances at Derby Show, 10
  • Road, Reinforced Concrete, at Willesden, 126, 127

ROAD ROLLERS :

  • - Aveling and Porter Quick Reverse Tandem Steam, 564
  • - Barford and Perkinsí Three-wheel Water Ballast Motor, 564, 565
  • - Ruston and Hornsby 8-Ton Three-wheel Motor, 564, 565
  • - Robey and Co., Limited, Tandem Steam 564, 678
  • ROAD Surfaces, Slipperv, Report by Sir H. Maybury, 601
  • Road Sweeping, Grouting and Tar-spraying Machine, J. Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Limited, 198
  • Road Transport, Sir H. P. Maybury, 422
  • Road Vehicles, Self-propelled, at the Public Works Exhibition, 564
  • Roads, Concrete, New Method of Making, J. H. Walker, 465
  • Roller, Steam, Built in Ceylon, 264
  • Rollers, Motor, Barford and Perkins, Limited, 619
  • Rollers--see also Road Rollers
  • Roof--see Westminster
  • Root-thinning Machine, Corbett, Williams and Sons, Limited, 65
  • Rosenhain, Dr., and others, on Aluminium Alloys, 447, 457, 461, 476, 485, 489
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Derby, 10, 36, 64
  • Rubber, Extended Uses of, 519
  • Rust-proofing Small Iron and Steel Articles, Galvanising Equipment Company, Limited, 370

S

  • SAFETY Device for Oil Furnaces, Ronald Trist and Co., Limited, 248
  • Salmon, Dr. E. H., on the Machinery of Floating Docks, 559, 575, 590, 602
  • Sandberg, C. P., Sorbitic Steel Process, 656, 657
  • Sanders, AV. C., on the Container Railway Car, 646, 647
  • Sardinia, Hydro-electric Developments in, 408
  • Saw, Portable Cross-cut, Christy and Penny Limited, 66
  • Scar House--see Electrical Matters
  • Scholarships in Engineering, 678
  • Science, The Good and Evil of, 296
  • Science and Industry, 513
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, Annual Report, 393, 430, 450
  • - Refractory Materials Research, A. E. Broadberry, 407
  • Scotstoun Lesson in Practical Economics, 195, 200
  • Scott-Taggart, J., on Negative Resistance Devices, Two New, in Wireless Telegraphy, 312
  • Scottish Oil Prospects, Discussion, 351
  • Seaplanes, Squadron-Leader A. J. Riley, 313
  • Seed Drill, "Sow-Well," Nene Engineering Company, Limited, 11
  • Seven-day Journal, 9, 35, 63, 89, 115, 141, 165, 189, 213, 237, 261, 289, 315, 343, 369, 395, 423, 451, 479, 507, 535, 563, 591. 617, 645, 675, 701 ; (Correction), 241 ; (Letter), 372
  • Severn Scheme, Tidal Power Utilisation, Professor F. C. Lea and Dr. T. F. Wall, 311
  • Sewage Disposal, Aer-Sed-Con System, Major Hilder Daw, 481
  • Sewage Gas, Power from, Walshaw System, 642, 669
  • Sewage Gas, Power from, J. D. Watson, 351, 670
  • Shaping Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Shearing Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Ship Canal, Firth of Forth and the Clyde, 312

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :

  • General :
  • - Appendages, Effect of, in Ship Resistance, 207
  • - Barge Propulsion, New Method of, 197
  • - Diesel-electric Drive for Merchant Vessels, Wilfrid Sykes, 236
  • - Emergency Lighting Equipment for Ships, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited. 264, 266
  • - Engines, Marine--see Engines
  • - Hong Kong, Shipbuilding in, 566
  • - Lifeboat Service, Improvements in, 47
  • - Lloyd's Register Shipbuilding Returns, 66, 70, 96, 394, 491
  • - Oil Burning at Sea, A. Keens, 356
  • - Oscillation of Otters, Experiments on, Robt. F. McKay, 3
  • - Scotstoun Lesson in Practical Economics, 195, 200
  • - Ship Machinery and Appliances, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • - Shipping Exhibits at Olympia--see also Exhibitions, also Electrical Matters
  • - Ships' Davit Gear, The Uniflex, R. and H. Green and Silley Weir, Limited, 341
  • - Steering Gear and other Machinery and Appliances for Ships, Carron Company, 340
  • - Thrust Meters in Marine Work, 375
  • - Turbo-electric Propulsion, 267
  • - United States, Shipbuilding in the, Rear- Admiral W. L. Capps, 630
  • - Wreck Statistics for 1920, 487

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued):

  • Naval Matters :
  • - Limitation of Naval Armaments, 541
  • - Naval Armaments and the Washington Conference, 443, 570
  • - New Naval Construction, 171
  • - Reflections on Naval Disarmament, 569
  • - Trials of German Armour Plates, 288

Foreign Navies:

  • - Japanese Naval Construction, 555 (Two-page Supplement, November 25th, 1921)
  • - Battleships Ise, Nagato, Yamashiro, 555, 556
  • - Destroyers Amatsukaze, Alomo, Tanikaze, 556
  • - Light Cruisers Hirado, Tatsuta, 556
  • - Submarines Nos. 10, 15, 19, 26, 556
  • Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • - Australia, New Steamship Service to, 463
  • - Ferry Steamer Liscard, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, 101
  • - Hervar, Steamer Built in China, for Norway, 47
  • - Motor Ship Malia, W. Hamilton and Co., Limited, and Cammell Laird and Co., Limited, 378, 379
  • - Motor Ship, The First, with Double-acting Two-stroke Engines, 191
  • - Motor Tanker Conde de Churruca, Sir AV. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co.. Limited, 297
  • - Motor Vessel British Industry, 271
  • SHOWS—see Exhibitions
  • Signalling, Fog, by Means of Polarised Sound, Anders Bull, 505
  • Signalling, Fog, on Railways, 47
  • Signalling, Railway—see also Railways
  • Sleepers, Railway and Machinery—see Railways
  • Slotting Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Sluice Valves, Clayton Valve Company, 370
  • Small Tool Grinder, Brunton and Trier, 398
  • Smith, Professor Middleton, Some Tests on Borneo Timbers, 710
  • Smokeless Fuel-—see Coal
  • Societies—-see Associations, also Newcomen
  • Soil Tiller, Rotary, Piccard, Pictet and Co., Limited, 65
  • South Africa, Juvenile Employment in, 323
  • South of France, Projected Public Works in, 248
  • Spain, Machinery in, 163
  • Spectroscopic Examination of Converter Flame, W. J. Campbell, 137
  • Standards—see British Engineering
  • Standardisation, Industrial, Geo. AV. Watson, 431
  • Steam Generating Plant at Runcorn, Babcock and Wilcox, Limited 584, 587, 596
  • Steam Roller Built in Ceylon, 264
  • Steam Shovel, Ruston and Hornsby. Limited. 564
  • Steam Tractors—see Tractor
  • Steam Turbine Lubricating Oil, Treatment of, 490
  • Steaming in Vertical Gas Retorts, Tests at East Greenwich, 200
  • Steel—see Iron
  • Steel Coaches—see Coaches
  • Stoker, Impelled Draught Travelling Grate, Underfeed Stoker Company, 503, 504
  • Stoker, Underfeed, at Blackburn Generating Station, 419
  • Stokers, Self-cleaning Multiple Retort,, Erith’s Engineering Company, Limited, 530
  • Stonebreakers and Pulverisers and Stone Dryers at the Public Works Exhibition, 564
  • Stress, Alternating, Testing Machine, Professor B. P. Haigh, 116
  • Stromborg, Oscar, on Some Points in Manufacturing, 695, 706
  • Stuart, John, on the Problem of the Panama Canal Slides, 682 ; (Letter), 700
  • Supercharging—see Engines
  • Superheater Locomotives—see Railway Locomotives
  • Superheater, Single and Double Header, H. and T. Danks, 290
  • Sweden, Railway Fuel Economy in, 127
  • Switchgear—see Electrical Matters
  • Switzerland, Commerce and Industry of, in 1920, 620
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 75, 615
  • Sykes, W., on Diesel-electric Drive for Merchant Vessels, 236

T

  • TANKS for Aircraft—see Aeronautics
  • Tanks and Chain-track Artillery, L. A. Legros, 592, 593, 625, 659 ; (Letter), 688
  • Tar Extractor, Pelouze and Audouin, AV. C. Holmes and Co., Limited, 337, 338
  • Tataism, 597
  • Technical Engineers' Society, 353
  • Technical Institute, Cleveland, 354
  • Telephone Exchange, London "Toll," 271
  • Telephone Line Work in the United States, E. S. Byng, 569
  • Telephones and Telegraphs at Olympia, Siemens Brothers, Limited, 263 ; Relay Automatic Telephone Company, 264
  • Telephoning Between Moving Trains, 704
  • Tensile Tests, Elongation and Gauge Length in, J. H. G. Monypenny, 220
  • Testing of Castings, 70
  • Testing, Fatigue, Improvements in Methods of, H. J. Gough, 159, 172
  • Testing, Hydraulic, of Drying Cylinders, 45
  • Testing Machine, Alternating Stress, Professor B. P. Haigh, 116
  • Testing Machine, Chain Cable and Anchor. Joshua Buckton and Co., Limited, 164, 167
  • Testing Machine, Golf Ball, AV. and T. Avery, Limited, 316
  • Testing and Weighing Machines, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 316
  • Thermometers for Measurement of Temperature of Air, Liquids, Gas, Steam, andc., 284
  • Thermometers--see also Electrical Matters
  • Thorrowgood, W. J., on Automatic Train Control, 658
  • Threshing Machine. R. Garrett and Sons, Limited, 618
  • Thrust Meters in Marine Work, 375
  • Tidal Power Utilisation, Professor F. C. Lea and Dr. T. F. Wall, 311, 345
  • Timber Piling in Waters Infested by Marine Borers, 57
  • Timbers, Borneo, Some Tests on, Professor Middleton Smith, 710
  • Tires, Steel for--see Iron and Steel
  • Tractor, Agricultural, 350
  • Tractor, Compound Steam, The Ruston, 37
  • Tractor, 5-Ton Compound Steam, with New Valve Gear, Marshall, Sons and Co., Limited, 564
  • Tractor, Steam, Chain-driven, Fodens, Limited, 65
  • Tractor Trials, Agricultural, 372
  • Trailer Wagon, Tuke and Bell, Limited, 10
  • Trains and Train Control--see Railways
  • "Trajector," The Blyth Spoil, 199
  • Tramway Tires Specification, British Engineering Standards, 168
  • Tramways, Comparison of, 148
  • Transport, Road, Sir H. P. Maybury, 422
  • Tree Felling and Log Saw Plant, Portable, W. Richards and Son, 620
  • Trench Excavator for Oil Pipe Laying in America, 352
  • Trucks, Electric, British Electric Vehicles, Limited ; W. Goodyear and Sons, Limited ; Industrial Appliances, Limited, 370, 371
  • Tungsten--see Iron and Steel
  • Tunnels, Railway--see Railways
  • Turbine Blades, Stainless Steel--see Iron
  • Turbine Blading Failures, Lieut.-Commander D. F. Ducey, U.S.N., 355
  • Turbine, Gas, 321
  • Turbines, Water, "Hydraucone" Regainer for, W. M. White, 149
  • Two Plans, 429

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT, 429 ; (Letters), 478, 510, 562
  • Unemployment, Mr. Clynes on, 485
  • United States Patent Decisions, 328
  • United States, Visit of Mr. E. J. P. Benn and Air. F. Elliott, 95
  • Upper and Nether Millstones, E. W. Petter, 270
  • Utilisation of Tidal Power, Severn Estuary, Professor F. C. Lea and Dr. T. F. Wall, 311, 345

V

  • VACUUM Pumps--see Pumps
  • Valve Gear of 5-Ton Compound Steam Tractor, Marshall, Sons and Co., Limited, 564
  • Valves, Sluice, Clayton Valve Company, 370
  • Vegetable Oils--see Engines

W

  • WAGON, 3.5-Ton Electric, House Refuse Tip-ping Electric Wagon, 5-Ton Steel Tipping Electric Vehicle for Coal, andc., General Vehicle Company, 434, 435
  • Wagon, Farm, 2.5-Ton Self-propelling, Guy Motors, Limited, 12
  • Wagon, Overtype, with Compound Engine, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Limited, 37
  • Wagon, Short Wheel Base Tipping, Walker Brothers, Limited, 36
  • Wagon, 5-Ton Steam. Robey and Co., Limited, 37
  • Wagon--see also Lorry
  • Wagons, Tipping, Motor, Daimler Company. Limited, 435
  • Wall, Dr. T. F.. on Transmission of Electric Energy by Tidal Power, 311, 345
  • Walshaw System of Obtaining Power from Sewage Gas, 642, 669
  • Walters, R. C. Skyring, Greek and Roman Engineering Instruments, Newcomen Society, 637
  • Washington Conference--see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Waste Heat, Drop Forging Furnace, Unit, Brett's Patent Lifter Company, 446
  • Waste Heat Installation with Kirke Boiler Fan and Superheater, 391
  • Waste Heat Recovery Plant and Power-house Arrangement, Societe Alsacienne de Constructions Mecaniques, 365
  • Waste Heat Water-tube Boilers with Vertical Tubes, John Thompson Water-tube Boilers, Limited, 391, 392
  • Waste Wood Suction Gas Engine, Fielding and Platt, Limited, 540, 547
  • Waste Wood Suction Gas Producer and Plant, Rust on-Hornsby, Limited. 547
  • Water, Algae as Cause of Odours in, 677
  • Water Power Development, 651
  • Water Power Development in North Wales, J. B. C. Kershaw, 210
  • Water Power Development, Notes on, Professor A. H. Gibson, 273, 301
  • Water Power Resources of Canada, 233
  • Water Power Resources Committee. Report, 653
  • Water Power, Sir Dugald Clerk, 648
  • Water Powers, Smaller, in Scotland, Linking-up, Professor F. G. Baily, 312
  • Water Power--see also Tidal Power
  • Water Softener at Neasden Power Station, Kennicott Water Softener Company, Limited, 613 (Two-page Supplement, December 9th, 1921)
  • Water Supply, Birkenhead's Alwen, 183, 194 ; (Letter), 240
  • Water-tube Boilers--see Boilers
  • Water Turbines, "Hydraucone" Regainer for, AV. M. White, 149
  • Waterways, Inland, Committee Report, 91
  • Waterworks, Manchester, 717
  • Watson, D. Milnes, on Gas versus Electricity, 379
  • Watson, Geo. W., on Industrial Standardisation, 431
  • Watson, J. D., Power from Sewage Gas, 351, 670
  • Welding, Electric, and Machines--see Electrical Matters
  • Well House Foundry, Leeds, Joshua Buckton and Co., Limited, 164, 166, 170
  • Wentworth-Sheilds, F. E., on Stability of Deepwater Quay Walls, 672
  • West, J. H., on the Claude Synthetic Ammonia Process and Plant, 572
  • Westminster Hall Roof and Mediaeval Constructional Expedients, William Harvey, 697
  • White Lead in Painting, 521
  • White, W. M., on the "Hydraucone" Regainer 149
  • Winches, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Wireless Developments, 597
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Resistance Devices, J. Scott-Taggart, 312
  • Wood Refuse Gas Producer, Davey, Paxman and Co., Limited, 36

Woollen Mill, Marine Boilers, Coal Bunkers, andc., in, 380 WORKS :

  • - Ford's Alotor Car Works at Detroit, Michigan, 695, 706
  • - Hatcham Ironworks, London, George England and Co., 58
  • - Krupp's Works at Essen, 611, 622 ; (Letter). 644
  • - Switchgear Works at Birmingham, George Ellison, 238, 242
  • WORM Gear--see Machine Tools
  • Worthington, William Barton, Presidential Address at the Institution of Civil Engineers, 486
  • Wrecks--see Ships

Y

  • YARROWS--see Scotstoun

Z

  • ZIMMER, G. F., on the History of Continuous Conveying Devices, Newcomen Society, 403

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