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The Engineer 1922/02/24

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  • Contents, p 215.

Main Subjects

  • A Seven-Day Journal, p 209.
    • London University Site.
    • Students in Hydro-electrics.
    • Non-Ferrous Metals Research - Walter Rosenhain of the National Physical Laboratory.
    • Labour and Costs of Production.
    • Safety Fuel Tank Competition.
    • Russian Professors' Strike.
    • Railwaymen's Hours and Wages.
    • St.Lawrence Development Scheme.
    • Air Transport Freight Rates.
    • The R38 Airship Disaster.
    • Shipbuilding Wages.
    • Closing of Elswick Shops - Armstrong Whitworth.
    • Hansa Canal.
  • Band-Saw Guide - A. Ransome and Co, p 219.
  • Developments in Power Station Design - (No. XXIV), p 201.
  • Editorial, p 215.
    • The Washington Naval Treaty.
    • The Grouping of the Railways.
  • French Forced-Draught Furnace, p 212.
  • Rotary Converters and Railway Electrification, p 221.
  • Still Engine Developments - (No. II), p 205. (Illustrated).

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