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The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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A

  • ABELL, Sir Westcott, on Merchant Shipping and World Commerce in Relation to Sea Power, 381, 396
  • Accidents, Locomotive--see Railway Locomotives
  • Accidents to Platelayers, 46 ; (Letter), 100

AERONAUTICS :

  • - See also Annual Article
  • - Air Conference at the Guildhall, 150, 161, 176
  • -- Aerial Transport To-day and To-morrow, Lieut.-Colonel W. A. Bristow, 150
  • -- Air Conference Reflections, 186
  • -- Airships, Major G. H. Scott, 150, 176
  • -- Civil Aviation, Lord Gorell, 150
  • -- Civil Aviation Advisory Board, 255
  • -- Progress of Research, Brigadier-General R. K. Bagnall-Wild, 150, 161, 176
  • -- Research Work from the Designers', Constructors' and Users' Points of View, Major F. M. Green, 150, 176
  • - Aviation and National Defence, 361
  • - Bristol Gas Starter for Aero and other Engines, Bristol Aeroplane Company, Limited, 19, 20
  • - de Haviland Twelve-seater Monoplane with Cantilever Wings, 19 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - Failure of Civil Aviation, 697
  • - Germany's Naval Airships and their War Record, 513
  • - Handley Page Experimental Monoplane with Slotted Wings, 18
  • - Long-distance Reconnaissance Biplane, Boulton and Paul, 19 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - Mars I., Single-seater Racing Machine, Gloucestershire Aircraft Company, Limited 19 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - "Panther" and "Puffin" Deck Landing Machines, George Parnail and Co., 19, 20
  • - Turbo-compressor for Greatest Speed in Aviation, Professor A. Rateau, 686
  • - Vacuum Airship, 73
  • - Westland "Walrus" Naval Spotting Machine, 18 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • AGRICULTURAL Engineering in the United States, 300
  • Agricultural Tractor, L'Hermite, 729
  • Ahrons, E. L., on the Future of the British Locomotive Trade, 350
  • Air Blast Cooler, The Serck, Serck Radiator Company, Limited, 608, 609
  • Air Compressor, Petrol-driven, J. Macdonald and Son, Limited, 693
  • Air Compressors, Angle-compound, at a Colliery, Sullivan Machinery Company, 111; (Letters), 124, 178, 249 ; (Correction), 194
  • Air Compressors, Mr. Reavell, 686
  • Air Ejector and Air Separator, Willan's, English Electric Company, 576
  • Air Ejectors, Steam, G. and J. Weir, 203
  • Air Extractors, Delas Steam Jet, 529, 685
  • Air Filter, Heenan and Froude, 606
  • Air Filter, Visco Engineering Company, Limited, 339
  • Air Filters, W. Grice and Sons, Limited, 262
  • Air Heaters for Marine Boilers, James Howden and Co., 150
  • Air Heaters for Power Plant, Underfeed Stoker Company, 148, 149 ; James Howden and Co., 149, 150 ; (Letters), 177, 220, 249, 279
  • Alcohol for Internal Combustion Engines, 534
  • Allen Hydrautomat, Allen Hydrostatic Pump Syndicate, Limited, 674
  • Alloy Castings to Resist High Temperature, Calite, American General Electrical Company, 410
  • Alloys of Aluminium and Zinc, Dr. D. Hanson and Miss Marie L. V. Gayler, 352
  • Aluminium Alloys, Failures in, Dr. Rosenhain, 326
  • American and European Engineers, 131
  • American Research in Metal Welding, 698

ANNUAL ARTICLES :

  • - AERONAUTICS IN 1921, 18
  • -- (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • -- Airships, 21
  • -- General, 18
  • -- British Aeroplanes of the Year, 18
  • -- Beardmore, William, and Co., Limited, 19
  • -- Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Company, Limited, 20

ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):

  • - AERONAUTICS IN 1921 (continued) :
  • -- Boulton and Paul, Limited, 19
  • -- Bristol Aeroplane Company, Limited, 20
  • -- Central Aircraft Company, 20
  • -- de Havilland Aircraft Company, Limited, 19
  • -- Gloucestershire Aircraft Company, Limited, 19
  • -- Handley Page, Limited, 18
  • -- Parnall, George, and Co., 20
  • -- Saunders, S. E., Limited, 19
  • -- Short Brothers, Limited, 20
  • -- Vickers Limited, 20
  • - ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1921, 62, 94
  • -- Cables and Transmission Lines, 95
  • -- Converters, 63
  • -- Electrical Instruments, 94
  • -- Electric Motors, 64
  • -- Electric Vehicles, 64
  • -- Electrically Driven Rolling Mills, 95
  • -- Electricity Commission, 62
  • -- Institution of Electrical Engineers, 94
  • -- Mercury Vapour Rectifiers, 63
  • -- Power Stations, 63
  • -- Propaganda Work, 62
  • -- Railway Electrification, 94
  • -- Ships, Electric, J95
  • -- Switchgear, 95
  • -- Transformers, 63
  • -- Turbo-generator Developments, 63
  • -- Water Power, 94
  • -- Welding and Rivet Heating, Electric, 95
  • -- Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, 95
  • - GAS ENGINEERING IN 1921, 36 ; (Letter), 75
  • -- Carbonisation Research, 37
  • -- Coal Stoppage, 37
  • -- Coke and By-products, 37
  • -- Composition of Gas, 36
  • - HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS IN 1921, 16, 32
  • -- General, 16
  • -- United Kingdom :
  • -- Belfast, 17
  • -- Bristol Channel Ports, 17
  • -- Facilities for Oil Trade, 17

ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):

  • - HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS IN 1921 (cont.):
  • -- Falmouth, 17
  • -- Grimsby, 17
  • -- Holyhead, 17
  • -- Inland Waterways, 17
  • -- London, Port of, 16
  • -- Mersey, The, 16
  • -- North-East Coast Ports, 17
  • -- Richborough, 17
  • -- Schemes Proposed, 17
  • -- Scottish Ports, 17
  • - British Dominions and India :
  • -- Australia and New Zealand, 32
  • -- Canada, 32
  • -- East and West African Ports, 33
  • -- India: Calcutta, 33; Bombay, 33 ; Rangoon, 33
  • -- India and Ceylon, Other Ports in, 33
  • -- South Africa : Capetown, 32 ; Durban, 33 ; Port Elizabeth, 33
  • - Foreign Ports :
  • -- Belgium, 33
  • -- Canal du Centre, Belgium, 33
  • -- Copenhagen, 34
  • -- French Colonial Ports, 34
  • -- French Ports, Other, 34
  • -- Havre, 34
  • -- Marseilles, 34
  • -- Rouen, 34
  • -- Holland, 34
  • -- New Orleans, 33
  • -- New York, 33
  • -- Other American Ports, 33
  • -- San Francisco, 33
  • -- Other Ports, 34
  • -- Shanghai, 34
  • - IRON, STEEL, COAL AND ENGINEERING TRADES IN 1921, 2, 31, 59
  • -- General:
  • -- Deflation of Prices, 2 5
  • -- Lower Costs of Production, 2
  • -- Trade Recovery Arrested, 2
  • -- Fuel Position :
  • -- Highest F.O.B. Price, 60
  • -- Railway Rates, 60

ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):

  • - IRON, STEEL, COAL AND ENGINEERING TRADES IN 1921 (continued):
  • -- Lancashire :
  • -- Outlook Seemed to be Clearing, 4
  • -- Royal Visit to Manchester, 4
  • -- Midlands :
  • -- Financial Position, 3
  • -- Guest, Keen's Developments, 4
  • -- Tackling Foreign Competition, 4
  • -- North of England :
  • -- Encouraging News, 32
  • -- Shipbuilding Slump, 31
  • -- Vessels Sent Abroad, 32
  • -- When Things will Mend, 32
  • -- Scotland :
  • -- Interesting Reports, 59
  • -- Matter of Serious Concern, 59
  • -- Trade Strangled, 59
  • -- Vessels Lying Idle, 59
  • -- Sheffield :
  • -- Cammell Laird and Co., in India, 31
  • -- Heavy Engineers Fairly Active, 31
  • -- Lord Aberconway's View, 31
  • -- South Wales :
  • -- Breaking the Patent Fuel Ring, 59
  • -- Works Re-starting, 60
  • - LOCOMOTIVES IN 1921, 10
  • -- (Two-page Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • -- Caledonian, 10
  • -- Great Central Railway, 11
  • -- Great Eastern, 10
  • -- Great Northern, 10
  • -- Great Western, 10
  • -- Lancashire and Yorkshire, 10
  • -- London and Brighton, 10
  • -- London and North-Western, 10
  • -- London and South-Western, 10
  • -- Makers' Locomotives, 11
  • -- South-Eastern and Chatham, 10
  • - MOTOR SHIPS IN 1921, 6, 23
  • -- (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • -- At Home, 6
  • -- America, 7
  • -- Belgium, 8
  • -- Denmark, 7
  • -- France, 8
  • -- Germany, 8
  • -- Holland, 7
  • -- Italy, 8
  • -- Norway, 7
  • -- Sweden, 7 ; (Letter), 51
  • -- Switzerland, 8
  • - NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1921, 48
  • -- Great Britain, 48
  • -- Washington Conference, Effect of, 48
  • -- France, 49
  • -- Italy, 49
  • -- Japan,49
  • -- United States, 48
  • -- Minor Navies, 49
  • - RAILWAYS IN 1921, 21
  • -- Accidents, 22
  • -- Caledonian Railway, 21
  • -- Great Central, 21
  • -- Great Western, 21
  • -- Liverpool Overhead and Mersey Railways, 21
  • -- London and North-Western, 21
  • -- London and South-Western, 21
  • -- Metropolitan District and London Electric Railways, 21
  • -- New Proposals, 21
  • -- New Works, 21
  • -- North British Railway, 21
  • -- North-Eastern, 21
  • -- Railways Act, 21
  • -- Table of British Railway Speeds in 1921, 120; (Letters), 154, 178
  • - SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1921, 88
  • -- Achorutes Viaticus, 90
  • -- Activated Sludge Process, 89
  • -- Aer-sed-con Process of Treatment,-90
  • -- Coventry, New Works at, 90
  • -- General Survey, 88
  • -- Linden Purification Processes, 90
  • -- London Main Drainage and Sewage Disposal, 89
  • -- Manchester's New Outfall Sewer, 90
  • -- Manurial Value of Activated Sludge, 90
  • -- Power from Sewage Gas, 89
  • -- Sheffield Experiments in Sewage Aeration, 89
  • -- Straw Filters for Sewage Purification, 90
  • -- Watson Experiments, 89
  • - SHIPBUILDING IN 1921, 23
  • -- (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • -- Concrete Shipbuilding, 24
  • -- Effects of the Coal Strike, 23
  • -- Electric Propulsion, 23
  • -- Fast Mail Packet, 23
  • -- Fittings, 24
  • -- General Survey, 23
  • -- Liner Construction, 23
  • -- Motor Ships, 23--see also above, Motor Ships in 1921, 6, andc.
  • -- Prices, 23
  • -- Ship Repairing, 24
  • -- Welded Construction, 24
  • -- World's Tonnage, 23
  • - WATER SUPPLY IN 1921, 64
  • -- Birkenhead's Supply from Lake Alwen, 65
  • -- Cardiff's New Waterworks, 65
  • -- Compensation Water for the River Don, 65
  • -- Cowlyd Dam, 65
  • -- De-ironing Water, 65
  • -- Drought, The, 64
  • -- General Survey, 64
  • -- Leicester's New Filtration Plant, 65
  • -- Littleton Reservoir, 64
  • -- Manchester's Water Supply, 66
  • -- Margate, New Pumping Engine at, 65
  • -- Metropolitan Board, Other Works of the, 64
  • -- Scar House Hydro-electric Plant, 65
  • ARC Welding--see Welding
  • Aspinall, Sir J. A. F., "James Forrest" Lecture on Post-war Problems of Transport, 500 ; (Letter), 578
  • Assay--see Gold

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • Association of Engineers-in-Charge :
  • - Super-power Stations, A. Hugh Seabrook, 410
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • - Engineering Developments of the Manchester Ship Canal, William Fox, 309
  • - Organisation of Production, J. W. Curtis, 128 Shop Management, Sir H. Fowler, 70
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical:
  • - Annual General Meeting, 725
  • - Convention at Wolverhampton, Stoke-on- Trent and Birmingham, 725
  • - Papers by Lieut.-Colonel W. A. Vignoles, Mr. E. Calvert and Mr. R. A. Chattock, 725
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • - Annual Meeting, 394, 518, 541
  • - British Siemens Furnace Practice, Fred Clements, 518
  • - Carburising of Steel, E. W. Ehn, 518
  • - Carnegie Research Scholarship Grants, 541
  • - Delayed Crystallisation in the Carbon Steels, Mr. Hallimond, 542
  • - Effect of Oxidising Gases at Low Pressures on Heated Iron, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Miss C. F. Elam, 519
  • - Formation of Globular Pearlite, J. H. Whiteley, 542
  • - Hydrogen Decarburisation of Carbon Steels, andc., C. R. Austin, 518
  • - Inner Structure of the Pearlite Grain, Colonel Belaiew, 542
  • - Notes on Blast-furnace Filling, D. E. Roberts, 541
  • - Presidential Address, Blast-furnace Practice, Francis Samuelson, 490
  • - Programme and List of Papers, Autumn Meeting Notice, 394
  • - Recent Developments in Power Production, Colonel D. Selby-Bigge, 541
  • - X-ray Studies on the Crystal Structure of Steel, A. Westgren and G. Phragmen, 541
  • Institute of Metals :
  • - Annual Meeting, 265, 295, 324, 351
  • - Alloys of Aluminium and Zinc, Dr. D. Hanson and Miss Marie L. V. Gayler, 352
  • - Assay of Gold Bullion, Arthur Westwood, 352 Cold Work and Re-crystallisation in Cupronickel, F. Adcock, 324
  • - Copper and Phosphorus, Professor C. A. Edwards and Mr. A. J. Murphy, 325
  • - Failures in Aluminium Alloys, Dr. Rosenhain, 326
  • - Mechanical Properties of Nickel Silvers, Professor F. C. Thompson and Mr. E. White- head,351
  • - Notes on the Corrosion and Protection of Condenser Tubes, Dr. G. D. Bengough, 265, 266, 295
  • - Presidential Address, Leonard Sumner, 265
  • - Re-crystallisation and Grain Growth, Effect of Impurities on, Major C. J. Smithells, 325
  • - Relation of the Elements, Annual May Lecture, Professor Sir Ernest Rutherford, 492
  • - Season Cracking and its Prevention, H. Moore and S. Beckinsale, 325
  • Institute of Transport:
  • - Annual Dinner, 582
  • - Congress in London, 468, 556, 581, 602
  • - Construction of Highways, Colonel C. H. Bressey, 603
  • - Finance of the Modern Highway : A Problem and a Solution, Dixon H. Davis, 602
  • - Foreign Railway Practice : New Features in Railway Traction Methods, Professor Carlier, 582
  • - Future Design of Road Vehicles, Sir J. Thornycroft, 581
  • - Inland Water Transport : A Practical Policy, Neville Chamberlain, 581
  • - Safety in Railway Operation, Colonel Pringle, 582
  • - Suburban Passenger Services, F. V. Russell, 582
  • - Transport Facilities in the Port of London, Sir C. R. S. Kirkpatrick, 556
  • - Wireless as an Aid to Transport, Captain Riall Sankey, 557
  • Institution of Chemical Engineers :
  • - Inaugural Meeting and Dinner, 523
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • - All-electric Automatic Power Signalling on the Metropolitan Railway, William Willox, 354
  • - Control of Trains Considered in Relation to Increases of Weight and Speed, &c., Alan W. Rendell, 96
  • - Conversazione, 724
  • - Corrosion of Ferrous Metals, Sir R. A. Hadfield, 414
  • - Examinations, Interim Pass List, April, 654
  • - Hydro-electric Installations of the Barcelona Traction, Light and Power Company, Horace F. Parshall, 270
  • - Post-war Problems of Transport, "James Forrest" Lecture, Sir J. A, F. Aspinall, 500
  • - Vacuum Brake for Long Freight Trains, Trials, andc., Sir H. Fowler and Mr. H. N. Gresley, 96
  • - BIRMINGHAM AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION :
  • -- Joint Meeting at Birmingham on Electrification of English Main Line Railways,
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • - Annual Dinner, 208
  • - British Standard Specifications for Motor Starters, C. H. Wordingham, 277
  • - Dalmarnock Station, 606, 646
  • - Notes on Plant at Dalmarnock, R. B. Mitchell 646
  • - Electric Motor Starters, J. Anderson, 278
  • - Electro-farming, R. Borlase Matthews, 386
  • - Hydro-electric Resources of the Scottish
  • - Highlands, Professor N. Maclean, 606, 647, 675
  • - Interconnection of Alternating-current Power Stations, L. Romero and J. B. Palmer, 193
  • - Joint Meeting :
  • -- Utilisation of Exhaust Steam from Electric Generating Stations and Coal Economy, Ingham Haden, 109
  • -- Utilisation of Waste Heat from Electric Generating Stations, F. N. Whysall, 109

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution of Electrical Engineers (continued):
  • - Jubilee of the Institution of Electrical Engineers, 22, 133, 207, 234
  • -- Michael Faraday and the Foundations of Electrical Engineering, Dr. J. A. Fleming, 207
  • -- Reminiscences and Experiences of Electrical Engineering in both its Technical and Legislative Aspects, 207, 234--see List of Speakers
  • -- Speakers, List of, 194
  • - Liquid Rheostats, Notes on the Design of, W. Wilson, 278
  • - Practical Applications of the Thermionic Valve, J. Joseph, 308
  • - Protective Apparatus for Turbo-generators, J. A. Kuyser, 563
  • - Rotary Converters and Railway Electrification, F. P. Whitaker, 221, 247
  • - Single and Three-phase Alternating-current Commutator Motors, andc., Lecture by Dr. Stanley P. Smith, 98
  • - Summer Meeting in Scotland, 326, 606, 646, 675
  • -- Visits, 606, 646
  • - SOUTH MIDLAND CENTREó
  • - Joint Meeting at Birmingham on Electrification of English Main Line Railways, 104
  • Institution of Engineers, India :
  • - First Volume of "Proceedings," 366
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :
  • - Development of Diesel Engines for Naval Purposes, Vice-Admiral Sir G. Goodwin, 528
  • - Gearing, The Autopitch, with Toothless Pinion, W. R. Darling, 247
  • - Scott-Still Experimental Engine, Archibald Rennie, 180, 204
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • - Railway Act, 1921, "Gustave Canet" Lecture by Sir Eric Geddes, 629
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers:
  • - Annual General Meeting, Alteration of Bylaws, Annual Report, Elections, 218
  • - Benevolent Fund, Meeting, 322
  • - British and American Locomotive Design and Practice, P. C. Dewhurst, 321, 335, 356
  • - Co-operation of the Engineer and Chemist in the Control of Plants and Processes, G. M. Gill, 37, 52
  • - Effect of Temperature on Some of the Properties of Metals, Professor F. C. Lea, 714
  • - Electric Locomotives, Sir Vincent L. Raven, 672, 686, 701
  • - Electric Welding Applied to Steel Construction, with Special Reference to Ships, A. T. Wall, 218
  • - Experiments on the Action of Cutting Tools, Professor E. G. Coker and Dr. K. C. Chakko, 491, 503
  • - Extraordinary General Meeting, Alterations of Articles of Association, 98
  • - Feed-water Heating on Locomotives, Monsieur Sauvage, 685
  • - Liege and Paris Meeting, 1922, 312, 672, 685, 701, 714
  • -- Excursions and Visits, 714
  • - Mechanical Vehicles and Road Surfaces, Lord Montague of Beaulieu, 686
  • - Milling of Screws and other Problems in the Theory of Screw Threads, Dr. H. H. Jeffcott, 392
  • - Professor Coker's Lecture on Measuring Strain by Polarised Light, 686
  • - Some Observations on a Producer Gas Power Plant, H. S. Denny and N. V. 8. Knibbs, 98, 132, 159
  • - Supersaturated Steam, Professor Mellanby and Mr. Kerr, 714
  • - Use of the Turbo-compressor for Greatest Speeds in Aviation, Professor Auguste Rateau, 686
  • - MIDLAND BRANCH--
  • -- Joint Meeting at Birmingham on Electrification of English Main Line Railways, 104
  • - NORTH-WESTERN SECTION--
  • -- Annual Meeting, Elections to Committee, 79
  • -- British and American Locomotive Design and Practice, P. C. Dewhurst, 377--see also Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  • -- Electric Arc Welding in Steel Structures, Major Caldwell, 79 ; (Paragraph), 241
  • -- Electric Welding, A. T. Wall, 246
  • -- Producer Gas Power Plant, Some Observations on, H. S. Denny and N. V. S. Knibbs, 98, 132
  • -- Turbine Reduction Gearing and its Production, J. H. Melloy, 494, 495, 498
  • - SOUTH WALES BRANCH--
  • -- Low Temperature Carbonisation, Dr. C. H. Lander, 382
  • Institution of Mining Engineers;
  • - Fusain, F. S. Sinnatt, 160
  • - General Meeting at Sheffield, 573, 676
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • - Annual Dinner, 382
  • - Annual Meeting, 381, 396, 418, 445, 462
  • - Diesel Machinery for Single-screw Motor Ships, James Richardson, 445, 448
  • - Double Reduction Gears in the SS. Melmore Head, J. Wilkie, 419, 423
  • - Longitudinal Strength of Cargo Vessels, andc., E. L. Champness, 462
  • - Merchant Shipping and World Commerce in Relation to Sea Power, Sir Westcott Abell, 381, 396
  • - Metering of Steam, Kent-Hodgson Steam Meters, George Kent, Limited, 420
  • - Method of Determining the Natural Period of Vibration in Ships, T. C. Tobin, 445
  • - Nodal Arrangements of Geared Drives, Dr. J. H. Smith, 419
  • - Possibilities of Fuel Economy in Marine Boilers, John Reid, 420
  • - Recent Developments in Motor Lifeboats, J. R. Barnett, 462
  • - Resistance of Ships Among Waves, J. L. Kent, 418

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution of Naval Architects (continued) :
  • - Spring Meetings, 340
  • -- Programme of Proceedings, 340
  • - Summer Meeting, Provisional Programme, 603
  • - Three Steps in Naval Construction, King Edward VII., Lord Nelson, Dreadnought, J. H. Narbeth, 418, 474
  • - Two-dimensional Stress or Strain, Professor C. E. Inglis, 462
  • Society, Optical:
  • - Optical Glass, C. J. Peddle, 496
  • Society, Royal:
  • - Conversazione, Various Exhibits, 559
  • Society, Royal, of Arts :
  • - Imperial Wireless Communication, Professor W. H. Eccles, 532
  • Societies, Physical and Optical:
  • - Exhibition, 40
  • AUSTIN, C. R., on Hydrogen Decarburisation, 518
  • Australian Railway Gauges--see Railways

B

  • BAGNALL-WILD, Brig.-General R. K., on the Progress of Research, 150, 161, 176
  • Baker, Henry, Considerations on Factory Size and Efficiency, 292
  • Balancing Machine for Connecting-rods, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 238
  • Band Saw and Band Saw Guide, A. Ransome and Co., Limited, 219, 240
  • Barnett, J. R., on Motor Lifeboats, 462
  • Bearing Metals, 613
  • Bedson, J. Phillips, on American Iron and Steel Production, 281
  • Bengough, Dr. G. D., on the Corrosion and Protection of Condenser Tubes, 266, 295
  • Birmingham Fair--see Exhibitions
  • Blast-furnace--see Iron and Steel
  • Boats--see Ships
  • Boiler, German, for Utilising Surplus Electrical Current, 450
  • Boiler, Kestner Water-tube, 41
  • Boiler, New Type Water.-tube, Clayton and Shuttleworth, Limited, 644
  • Boilers, Babcock and Wilcox, at an American Power Station, 231
  • Boilers at Bargoed Power Station, Babcock and Wilcox Marine Type, 202, 203
  • Boilers, H. and T. Danks, Limited, 305
  • Boilers with Ferguson Economisers and Superheaters, Spearing Boiler Company, 684
  • Boilers Fitted with Air Heaters :
  • - Babcock and Woodeson, with "Usco" Heaters, 148, 149
  • - Thompson, with Howden Heaters, 149, 150
  • Boilers, Marine--see also Ships
  • Boilers for Power Stations, Niclausse Boiler Company, Limited, 683
  • Bombs--see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Books of Reference, 212, 561, 725
  • Boring Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Bradford, A, Engineering Works, Cole, Marchent and Morley, Limited, 210, 214
  • Brass and Copper Tubes, Rods, andc., 323
  • Breakdowns of Machinery, 500
  • Bressey, Colonel C. H., on Highway Construction, 603
  • Brewer, F. W., on Counterbalancing in British Locomotive Practice, 298 ; (Letters), 330, 394, 492, 520, 578
  • Bricks--see Standardised
  • Bridge, Concrete Truss, over Wichita River, Texas, T. V. Jenkins, 436, 442
  • Brine--see Chinese
  • British Association for the Testing of Material, 158
  • British Fine Chemical Industry, 699
  • British Locomotives--see Railway Locomotives
  • British Patents, Sufficiency of, 534
  • British Standard Specifications--see Electrical Matters
  • Buxton Explosion--see Railway Locomotives

C

  • CALDWELL, Major, on Electric Arc Welding in Steel Structures, 79 ; (Paragraph), 241
  • Calendars, Diaries, andc., 115, 164, 192, 222
  • Calibrating--see Hardness Testing
  • Calite, Alloy for High-temperature Castings, American General Electrical Company, 410
  • Canada as a Field for British Industries, 306
  • Canadian Minerals in 1921, Production of, 422
  • Canal, Great Lakes-Atlantic, Proposed, 259
  • Canet, Gustave, Lecture by Sir Eric Geddes on the Railway Act, 1921, 629
  • Carbon Monoxide in London Gas, 394
  • Carburising of Steel--see Iron and Steel
  • Carlier, Professor, on Foreign Railway Practice 582
  • Carpenter, Professor H. C. H., and Miss C. F. Elam, on Oxidising Gases and Heated Iron, 519
  • Carriage Stock, Railway--see Railways
  • Casting--see Die, also Iron and Steel
  • Catalogues, 164, 225, 315, 343, 425, 449, 484, 537, 567, 595, 623, 651, 704, 733
  • Cement Manufacture in British Malaya, 27
  • Cement, Portland, Self-discharging Shaft Kiln, -306
  • Centrifugal Pumps--see Pumps
  • Chamberlain, Neville, on Inland Water Transport, 581
  • Champness, E. L., on the Longitudinal Strength of Cargo Vessels, 462
  • Chile, Port Development in, 364
  • China, Flood Problem in, H. T. Wright, 600 (Two-page Supplement, June 2nd, 1922)
  • China, German Activity in, 662
  • Chinese Brine Wells, 319, 332 (Two-page Supplement, March 24th, 1922)
  • Chinese Engineering Notes, 319, 376, 431, 514, 547, 571, 724
  • Chinese Markets, 585 ; (Letter), 645
  • Chinese Railways--see Railways
  • Circulating Water Screens, Band and Disc Types, F. W. Brackett and Co., Limited, 577
  • Clements, Fred, on British Siemens Furnace Practice, 518
  • Clutch, The Welding, for Driving Ring Spinning Frames, andc., W. Kenyon and Sons, Limited, 261

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :

  • - American Machine for Coaling Ships, 340
  • - Australian Brown Coal, 562
  • - Coal and Ash-handling Plant at Bargoed Power Station, Robert Dempster and Sons, Limited, 291, 292, 302
  • - Coal Washers, The Draper, Rhondda Engineering and Mining Company, Limited, 322
  • - Colliery Tram Buffer Caps, Hale's, T. L. Hale, Limited, 323
  • - Co-operation of the Engineer and Chemist, andc., G. M. Gill, 37, 46, 52
  • - Federated Malay States, Coal Mining in, 704
  • - Fusain, F. S. Sinnatt, 160
  • - Maryport, Coal Shipping Plant at, F. Turnbull and Co., 715
  • - Newfoundland Coal, 296
  • - Power Station, 300,000-Kilowatt, at a Coal Mine, Colfax, Pennsylvania, 231
  • - Pump for Powdered Coal, Puleo Supplies, Limited, 357
  • - Survey of the National Coal Resources, Lancashire and Cheshire Association, 115
  • - Thawing Sheds for American Railway Coal Wagons, 464
  • COKER, Professor E. G., and Dr. K. C. Chakko, on the Action of Cutting Tools, 491, 503, 527
  • Coker, Professor, Lecture on Optical System of Measuring Strain, 686
  • Cold Work, 669
  • Commercial President of the Institute of Metals, Leonard Sumner, 265, 273
  • Commercial Terms, Definition of, 620
  • Concrete Garage, Portable, 580
  • Concrete Gas Producer--see Producer
  • Concrete on Railways--see Railways, International Railway Association
  • Concrete--see also Reinforced
  • Condenser, Large, Surface Type, with Delas Air Extractors, Cole, Marchent and Morley, Limited, 684, 685
  • Condenser, Surface, at Bargoed Power Station, Worthington - Simpson, Limited, 202 ; (Letter), 296
  • Condenser Tubes--see Corrosion
  • Condensers and their Auxiliaries in a Power Station, Evaporators, Heaters, Steam Ejectors, Pumps, andc., G. and J. Weir, Limited, 347
  • Condensing Engine for Power in Flour Mills, Carels Freres, 688
  • Condensing Plant at Bargoed Power Station, G. and J. Weir, Limited, 203
  • Condensing Plant, Surface, Mirrlees Watson Company, 529
  • Condensing Plant, Surface, Jet and Continuous Service Condensers, Brown-Boveri and Hick, Hargreaves and Co., 457, 463
  • Condensing Plant for Use with Turbines, English Electric Company, 574
  • Contracts, 55, 80, 118, 141, 167, 197, 228, 255, 285, 346, 401, 430, 453, 481, 512, 540, 562, 654,679, 710, 736
  • Controllers, Electrical--see Electrical Matters
  • Cooling Towers at Bargoed Power Station, Powell Duffryn Steam Coal Company, Davenport Engineering Company, 290 ; Film Cooling Towers, 290, 291
  • Co-operation, andc.--see Coal
  • Corrosion of Ferrous Metals, Sir R. A. Hadfield, 414
  • Corrosion and Protection of Condenser Tubes, Dr. G. D. Bengough, 266, 295
  • Corrugation of L.C.C. Tramway Rails, 66, 74 ; (Letters), 248, 279, 519
  • Cotton Driving Ropes, W. Kenyon and Sons, Limited, 261
  • Cotton Research, 447
  • Counterboring Cutter, Interchangeable, Sandlin System, 580
  • Counting and Testing Machines, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 693, 694
  • Coupler--see Railways
  • Crane, 10-Ton Locomotive Steam Breakdown, Bedford Engineering Company, 357, 360
  • Crane, 20-Ton Locomotive Steam, S. Butler and Co., Limited, 398
  • Crane, 15-Cwt., Self-propelling, Electric Battery, J. H. Wilson and Co., Limited, 160
  • Creosoting Plant for Sleepers, Bint, Boulton and Haywood, Limited, 524, 526
  • Crompton, Colonel R. E., on R. W. Thomson and Road Locomotion, 670
  • Crucibles--see Foundry Trade Exhibits Cuba, Harbour Improvements in, 537
  • Cupola--see Foundry Trade Exhibits
  • Cupro-nickel, Cold Work and Re-crystallisation in, F. Adcock, 324
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 28, 56, 84, 116, 142, 168, 198, 226, 256, 286, 316, 344, 372, 402, 428, 454, 482, 510, 538, 568, 596, 624, 652, 682, 708, 734
  • Curtis, J. W., on Organisation of Production, 128
  • Cutting Tools--see Machine Tools

D

  • DARLING, W. R., on the Toothless Pinion, Autopitch Gearing, 247
  • Davies, Dixon H., on the Finance of the Modern Highway, 602
  • Denbigh Asylum, Hydro-electric Installation at, 50
  • Denny, H. S., and N. V. S. Knibbs, Some Observations on a Producer Gas Power Plant, 98, 132, 159 ; (Letter), 178
  • Deptford Dock, Sunderland, Enlargement of, 656
  • Destroyers--see Ships
  • Dewhurst, P. C., on British and American Locomotive Design and Practice, 321, 335, 356, 362, 377 ; (Letters), 357, 414
  • Die Castings, 333
  • Diesel Engine Users' Association Meeting, 296
  • Diesel Engines--see Engines
  • Drilling Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Drop Stamps, Friction Lifters for, W. H. Snow, 34, 60
  • Drought, Combating the Effect of the, 96
  • Druitt Halpin, 240
  • Dust Collectors, Suction Filter, Henry Simon, Limited, 686, 688

E

  • EAST Africa, Roofing Tiles in, 250
  • Eccles, Professor W. H., on Imperial Wireless Communication, 527, 532
  • Economiser, The Case for the, Julius Frith, 655 ; (Letter), 716
  • Educational Intelligence, 38, 80, 167, 177, 371, 570, 729
  • Ehn, E. W., on Carburising of Steel, 518
  • Ejectors, Steam--see Condensers, andc.

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • - Accumulator Switchboards, J. H. Tucker and Co., Limited, 305
  • - All-electric Automatic Power Signalling on the Metropolitan Railway, William Willox, 354
  • - Alternating-current Commutator Motors, 104
  • - American 300,000-Kilowatt Power Station, Colfax, at a Coal Mine, 231
  • - American Steel Works, Electrical Developments at, 645
  • - Automatic Sub-stations, 704
  • - Barcelona Traction, Light and Power Company, Installation, Horace F. Parshall, 270
  • - Bargoed Power Station, Electrical Equipment, British Thomson-Houston Company, Limited, 201 ; Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 291 ; Reyrolle and Co., 292
  • - Battery Locomotives for Industrial Shunting Yards, 438
  • - British Standard Specifications for Motor Starters, C. H. Wordingham, 277
  • - Cap Lamp for Miners, Oldham and Son, Limited, 338
  • - Circuit Breakers, Switchgear and Switchgear Structures for Heavy Current, 609, 610
  • - Crucibles, Electrically Heated, Morgan Crucible Company, Limited, 692
  • - Czecho-Slovakia, Electrification Schemes in, 22
  • - Dalmarnock Station, Plant at, and Visit by Institution of Electrical Engineers, 574, 606, 610, 646, 669
  • - Drum Type Controller for Electric Motors, Electro - Mechanical Brake Company, Limited, 238
  • - Electric Arc Welding in Steel Structures, Major Caldwell, 79 ; (Paragraph), 241
  • - Electric Power Stations, 669
  • - Electro-farming, R. Borlase Matthews, 386, 389
  • - Flow of Fluids, Measurement of, and of Steam, Water, andc., by Electrical System, Burton Dunglinson, 545 ; (Correction), 595
  • - French Country Districts, Electric Lighting in, 394
  • - Fuel Consumption in Central Electricity Stations, 157, 159 ; (Letters), 177, 220
  • - G.E.C. Works at Witton, 152, 156
  • - Hydro-electric Plant in Scotland, with Pumped Storage, Boving and Co. (London), Limited, 173, 184
  • - Hydro-electric Resources of the Scottish Highlands, 606, 647, 675
  • - Hydro-electric Schemes in New Zealand, 537
  • - Ice Factory, 300-Ton, Electrical Equipment, General Electric Company, Limited, 171 (Two-page Supplement, February 17th, 1922)
  • - Institution of Electrical Engineers--see also Associations
  • - Interconnection of Alternating-current Power Stations, L. Romero and J. B. Palmer, 193
  • - "Ironclad Exide" Battery, Chloride Electrical Storage Company, 439
  • - Latin-America, Electrical Supplies in, 524
  • - Leading-in Wires, 644
  • - Lighting Set, Petrol-driven, Austin Motor Company, Limited, 305
  • - Locomotives--see Railway Locomotives
  • - Mechanical Gearing and Electrical Transmission, 323
  • - Niagara, Power from, for Transmission to New York, Plan, 662
  • - Phosphoric Acid by Electric Production, 688
  • - Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, Electrical Exhibits :
  • -- Cambridge and Paul Instrument Company, String Electrometer, Einthoven ; Pyrometers, Disappearing Filament and Thermo-couple ; Indicator, CO2 and Temperature, Portable ; Galvanometers, Moll and Einthoven, 40
  • -- Cox - Cavendish Electrical Company, Limited, Professor Taylor Jones' Electrostatic Oscillograph, 76 ; Dr. E. A. Owen's Gold Leaf Electroscope, 77
  • -- Crompton-Robertson Combination Bridge and Potentiometer, 76
  • -- Everett, Edgcumbe Ammeters and Voltmeters ; High-tension Electrostatic Voltmeter, 76
  • -- Evershed and Vignoles, Needham's Electrical Revolution Counter, 76
  • -- Foster Instrument Company, Automatic Apparatus for Controlling Temperature, 40
  • -- Igranic Electric Company, Electric Tubular Heaters, Starting Switch, Automatic Triple Pole, 76
  • -- Siemens Brothers and Co., Limited, Electro-pyrometric Apparatus, 77
  • - -Sullivan, W. H., Radio Frequency Bridge, 77
  • -- Tinsley, H., and Co., Optical Pyrometer, Disappearing Filament, 40
  • - Pioneer Electrical Engineering, 724
  • - Power-house Extensions, County Borough of Stoke-on-Trent, 393
  • - Power Station Design, Developments in, 41, 148, 201, 290, 302, 347, 406, 457, 463, 529, 545, 574, 608, 631, 683, 718 ; (Letters), 100, 177, 220, 249, 296
  • - Protection of Generators and Transformers, Merz-Price Circulating Current System, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 718 ; McColl Protective System, General Electric Company's Method, 719

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • - Protective Apparatus for Turbo-alternators, J. A. Kuyser, 556, 563, 608, 720
  • - Railways--see also Railways and Railway Matters
  • - Reactances and Rectifiers, 633, 634
  • - Reyrolle Control Board and Switches at Bargoed Power Station, 292
  • - Rotary Converters for Railway Work, 216, 221, 247
  • - St. Gothard Railway Electrical Equipment, Oerlikon Company, 68, 69, 72
  • - Single and Three-phase Alternating-current Commutator Motors, Dr. Stanley P. Smith, 98
  • - Small Electric Lighting Set, Stuart Turner, Limited, 42
  • - Small Motors for Various Purposes, Accles and Shelvoke, Limited, 322
  • - Solenoid Type Motor Starting Panel, Brook- Hirst and Co., Limited, 422
  • - South-East Lancashire Electricity Scheme, 110
  • - Super-power Stations, A. Hugh Seabrook, 410
  • - Surplus Electrical Energy for Steam Production, German Boiler, 450
  • - Switchgear and other Electrical Plant at Bargoed, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 291
  • - Switch Panel, Armoured, and other Switches and Electrical Equipment at Birmingham, A. Reyrolle and Co., Limited, 305
  • - Switzerland, Development of Electricity in, 562
  • - Switzerland, Electric Traction in, 730
  • - Transformers, Various, Metropolitan-Vickers Electric Company, Ferranti, Limited, 631, 632
  • - Turbo-alternators for Condensing Plant Work, Metropolitan-Vickers, Richardson, Westgarth, 457, 463
  • - Turbo-generator, 10,000-Kilowatt, at Carville Power Station, C. A. Parsons and Co., Limited, 406
  • - Turbo-generator Cooling, Parsons System for Alternator Stator and for Water-cooled Rotor, 608, 609
  • - Turbo-generators, Air Cooling--see also Protective Apparatus
  • - United States, Electric Vehicles in, 309
  • - Utility Arc Welding, Foster Engineering Company, Limited, 378
  • - Victoria, Electrical Enterprises in, 66
  • - Welding Applied to Steel, with Special Reference to Ships, A. T. Wall, 218
  • - Welding Transformers and Spot Welder, Foster Engineering Company, Limited, 263
  • ELEMENTS, Relation of the, Professor Sir E. Rutherford, 492, 642

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • - Alcohol for Internal Combustion Engines, 534
  • - Atlas One-cylinder Type Pass-out Engine with Mansa Valve Gear, 604
  • - Auxiliary Engine, Vertical Compound, for Power Supply in Flour Mills, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Limited, 688
  • - Beardmore-Tosi Diesel Engine for Motor Ship Pinzon, 146
  • - Condensing Engines--see Condensers
  • - Diesel Engine, 200 H.P., for Driving Pumping Plant for Trinidad, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Limited, 248
  • - Diesel Engines, Development of, for Naval Purposes, Vice-Admiral Sir G. Goodwin, 528
  • - Diesel Engines at Southend-on-Sea, 578
  • - Diesel Machinery for Single-screw Motor Ships, James Richardson, 445, 448 ; (Letter), 476
  • - Diesel and Steam Engines at Carels' Factory, Ghent, 550, 554
  • - Fullagar Engine for Land Purposes, 750 B.H.P., English Electric Company, Limited, 466, 470
  • - Gas Engines at Birmingham, Crossley Brothers, Limited, 305
  • - Gas Starter for Aero and other Engines, Bristol Aeroplane Company, Limited, 19, 20
  • - Long-stroke Engine, 1500 I.H.P., for the Leise Maersk Motor Ship, Burmeister and Wain, 7, 8
  • - Manufacture of Diesel Engines, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Limited, 588
  • - Nobel-Diesel Marine Engine, 1600 B.H.P., George J. Steinheil, 91, 102, 126 ; (Letter), 476
  • - Oil Engine and Suction Gas Plant, Tangyes Limited, 240
  • - Oil Engines, Small, Heatly-Gresham Engineering Company, 322
  • - Reversed Heat Engine as a Means of Heating Buildings, T. B. Morley, 145
  • - Silencing Engine Exhaust by Interference, William Hooton, 649
  • - Small Engine and Charcoal Suction Gas Plant ; Small "L.V." Type Engine for Lighting Set, National Gas Engine Company, Limited, 239
  • - Small Oil Engines at Birmingham Fair, Petters, Limited ; Heatly-Gresham Engineering Company, Limited, 239
  • - Solid Injection Engines for Motor Tankers, as Seminole, &c., Vickers Limited, 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - Still Engine Developments, 180, 204
  • - Two-stroke Cycle 10 B.H.P. Petrol Engine, Low Engineering Company, Limited, 310
  • ENGINEER and the Atom, 642
  • Engineer in Old London, Engineer-Commander Edgar C. Smith, 618
  • Engineers, American and European, 131
  • Engineering Dispute--see Labour
  • Engineering Notes, Chinese, 319, 376, 431, 514, 547, 571, 724
  • Engineering Notes, Indian, 278, 354, 648
  • Evaporators, Single and Double Effect, P. and B. Evaporators, Limited, 531

EXHIBITIONS :

  • - Agricultural Exhibition at Quito, 159
  • - Brazilian Centenary Exhibition, 66, 464
  • - British Industries Fair at Birmingham, 238, 261, 305, 322
  • - Foundry Trades Exhibition, 49, 492, 658, 692, 694, 727--for Exhibits see Foundry
  • - Lyons, Spring Fair at, 425

EXHIBITIONS (continued):

  • - Model Engineer Exhibition, 42 ; (Correction), 80
  • - Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 40, 76
  • - South Wales Institute of Engineers' Exhibition, 552

F

  • FACING Points on Railways, Operation ofósee Railways
  • Factory--see Works
  • Fairs--see Exhibitions
  • Faraday, Michael, Lecture by Dr. J. A. Fleming, 207
  • Farming, Electro, R. Borlase Matthews, 386, 389
  • Fatigue of Metals, H. F. Moore and J. B. Kommers, 310
  • Filters--see Air Filters
  • Finance of the Modern Highway : A Problem and a Solution, Dixon H. Davies, 602
  • Fire-bricks and Refractories, Yorkshire Amalgamated Products, Limited, 305
  • Firewood Boxing Machine, M. Glover and Co., 42
  • Fleming, Dr. J. A., Lecture on Michael Faraday, 207
  • Flood Problem in China, H. T. Wright, 600 (Two-page Supplement, June 2nd, 1922)
  • Flour Mills, Millennium, Victoria Dock, London, 612, 616, 627, 664, 686, 696
  • Fluid and Steam Measurement--see Electrical Matters
  • Fool-proof Materials, 274
  • Foreign Patents, 24
  • Forrest, James, Lecture by Sir J. A. F. Aspinall on Post-war Problems of Transport, 500 ; (Letter), 578
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 30, 58, 86, 118, 144, 170, 200, 228, 258, 288, 318, 346, 374, 404, 430, 456, 484, 512, 540, 570, 598, 626, 654, 682, 710, 736
  • Foundry Competition, National, 492
  • Foundry Melting Plant, Improved, J. E. Hurst, 365
  • Foundry Trade Exhibits at Birmingham :
  • - Abrasives, Carborundum Wheel, Refractory Bricks, andc., Carborundum Company, Limited, 693
  • - Alloys, Light, Containing Magnesium, Magnesium Company, 660
  • - Castings at the Foundry Exhibition, 694
  • - Castings, Models of, W. Beardmore and Co., Limited, 660
  • - Cupola and its Charging Machine, Thwaites Brothers, Limited, 694, 727
  • - Cupola, Emergency, George Green and Co., 660
  • - Cupola with Spark Arrester, Hoist, Disintegrator, andc., Alldays and Onions, Pneumatic Engineering Company, 658, 659
  • - Crucibles, Electrically Heated, Morgan Crucible Company, Limited, 692
  • - Duplex Roll-over Moulding Machine, Duplex Sand Sifting Machine, Adaptable Moulding Machine Company, 692
  • - Foundry Floor Dresser, Core-making Machine, Ritchie, Hart and Co., Limited, 659, 660
  • - Foundry Machinery, Roots Acme Blowers, Plate Moulding Machines, andc., Samuelson and Co., Limited, 660
  • - Furnace, 0.5-Ton Reverberatory Melting, British Reverberatory Furnaces, Limited, 692
  • - Gas-making Plant and Docking Mixer, Crossley Brothers, Limited, 658
  • - Moulding Machines, Hydraulic, Universal System of Machine Moulding and Machinery Company, Limited, 692
  • - Petrol-driven Air Compressor, Pneumatic Moulding Machines, J. Macdonald and Son, Limited, 693
  • - Pneumatic Moulding Machines, Macnab and Co., 694
  • - Repeated Impact Testing Machine, Foster Instrument Company, 692
  • - Sand Blast Tumbling Barrel and Sand Blast Apparatus for Cleaning Castings, Tilghman's Patent Sand Blast Company, Limited, 658, 659
  • - Sand Elevator, Mixer, andc., Thwaites Bros.. Limited, 694
  • - Sand Mixer, J. Baker, Sons and Perkins Limited, 693, 694
  • - Sand Mixing Machine, Alfred Herbert Limited, 692
  • - Swing Frame Grinding Machines, A. W. Sainsbury, Limited, 660
  • - Thermometers, Recorders, andc., for Foundry Trade Work, Cambridge and Paul Instrument Company, 693, 694
  • Foundry--see also Iron and Steel, and Works
  • Fowler, Sir Henry, and Mr. H. N. Gresley, on Vacuum Brake for Long Freight Trains, Trials, andc., 96, 243 ; (Letter), 520
  • Fowler, Sir Henry, on Shop Management, 70
  • Fox, William, on the Engineering Developments of the Manchester Ship Canal, 309

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :

  • - 29, 57, 85, 117, 143, 169, 199, 227, 257, 287, 317, 345, 373, 403,í 429, 455, 483, 511, 539, 569, 597, 625, 653, 681, 709, 735
  • - Ad Valorem Duties, 455
  • - Agricultural Engineering, 169
  • - Air Railways, 625
  • - Alsace-Lorraine, 257
  • - Arsenal Reforms, 735
  • - Automatic Couplings, 735
  • - Bridge Disaster, 317
  • - Capital and Industry, 117
  • - Capsizable Ships, 681
  • - Coal Dispute, 29
  • - Coefficients, 287, 653
  • - Coefficients and Railway Rates, 429
  • - Coke, 257
  • - Collieries, The, 227, 597
  • - Commercial Arrangements, 199
  • - Commercial Liberty, 345
  • - Commercial Treaties, 735
  • - Continuous Brakes, 85
  • - Cotton Growing, 597
  • - Credits for Export, 709
  • - Dirigibles, 117

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES (continued) :

  • - Dordogne Barrage, 345
  • - Dumping, 373
  • - Electrical Costs, 287
  • - Electric Train Lighting, 287
  • - Exhibition Palace, 57, 169
  • - Foreign Trade, 117, 317, 373, 709#
  • - Franco-British Trade, 199
  • - Fuel Economies, 29
  • - Havre-Paris Pipe Line, 143
  • - Hydraulic Progress, 429
  • - Import Duties, 403, 539
  • - Industrial Organisation, 227
  • - Industrial Problems, 317
  • - Locomotives, 257
  • - Machinery Exhibits, 569
  • - Manufacturing Costs, 403
  • - Marseilles Exhibition, 143
  • - Marseilles, Port of, 625
  • - Merchant Marine, 735
  • - Motor Services, 511
  • - Moving Platforms, 57
  • - National Fuel, 345
  • - Naval Constructions, 345
  • - Paris Fair, 569
  • - Paris Traffic, 539
  • - Paris Water Supply, 143
  • - Price Cutting, 143
  • - Productive Costs, 625
  • - Public Transport, 143
  • - Pulverised Coal, 455
  • - Railway Accident, 653
  • - Railway Council, 227, 403
  • - Railway Rates, 29, 511
  • - Raw Material, 373
  • - Reparation and Reconstruction, 57
  • - Rhine, The, 569
  • - Rhone Scheme, 287
  • - Rolling Stock, 483, 597
  • - Rural Electrification, 483
  • - Saar Coke, 317
  • - Shipbuilding, 169, 373, 539
  • - Stabilising Exchange, 653
  • - State Railways, 117, 429
  • - Trade Conferences, 681
  • - Trade Expansion, 483
  • - Trade Fluctuations, 227
  • - Trade with France, 29
  • - Trade Obstacles, 539
  • - Trade Organisation, 511
  • - Trade Situation, 85
  • - Trade Stability, 455
  • - Trade Tendencies, 429
  • - Train Ferry Boat, 455
  • - Unemployment, 143
  • - Wages, 597, 681, 709
  • - Wages Reductions, 85
  • - Wagons, 85
  • - Weaving Machinery, 257
  • - Well Boring, 511
  • FRENCH Petrol Locomotive, 476 ; (Erratum), 506
  • Friction Drive for Rolling Mills, T. B. Rogerson, 247
  • Friction Lifters for Drop Stamps, W. H. Snow, 34, 60
  • Frith, Julius, The Case for the Economiser, 655 ; (Letter), 716
  • Fuel Consumption in Central Electricity Stations, 157, 159 ; (Letter), 177
  • Fuel Economy in Marine Boilers--see Ships
  • Fullagar--see Engines
  • Furnace, British Siemens, Practice, Fred Clements, 518
  • Furnace, Forced Draught, French, 212
  • Furnace, 0.5-Ton Reverberatory Melting, British Reverberatory Furnaces, Limited, 692
  • Furnace, Multiple-hearth Roasting, Head, Wrightson and Co., Limited, 163
  • Fusain--see Coal

G

  • GARAGE, Concrete, Portable, 580
  • Gas Engines--see Engines
  • Gas, London, Carbon Monoxide in, 394
  • Gas Producer--see Producer
  • Gas Quality, Modifications of, 586
  • Gauges at Birmingham, Coventry Gauge and Tool Company, Limited, 305
  • Gauges, Position, and their Jigs, A. G. Robson, 460
  • Gauges, Railway--see Railways
  • Gear Cutting and Shaping--see Machine Tools Gear--see also Worm Reduction Gear
  • Geared Drive and Turbine Reduction Gearing--see Ships
  • Gearing, Helical, Double, with One-tooth Pinion, Power Plant Company, Limited, 191
  • Gearing with Toothless Pinion, W. R. Darling, 247
  • Geddes, Sir Eric, "Gustave Canet" Lecture on the Railway Act, 1921, 629
  • General Knowledge Test, 45
  • Geneva, Lake of, Control of the Waters of, 534
  • German Activity in China, 662
  • German Disarmament, Effect on Industry, 275
  • Gill, G. M., on Co-operation of the Engineer and Chemist, 37, 46, 52
  • Glass, Optical, C. J. Peddle, 496
  • Gold Bullion, Assay of, Arthur Westwood, 352
  • Goodwin, Vice-Admiral Sir G., on Diesel Engines for Naval Purposes, 528
  • Grain Ship Discharging Plant, Tug--see Ships
  • Grain Washing Machines, Wheat Conditioning, Milling, Purifying and Separating Plant, Henry Simon, Limited, 612, 616, 627, 664, 686, 696
  • Grampian Hydro-electric Scheme, 571
  • Great Lakes-Atlantic Canal, Proposed, 259
  • Grinding--see Machine Tools
  • Gun for Throwing Life Lines, Birmingham Small Arms Company, 239
  • Gyroscope, Motor-driven, for Hong Kong University, Salterns, Limited, 620

H

  • "H-R." Worm Reduction Gear, 352 ; (Correction), 393 ; (Letter), 394
  • Hackworth, Timothy, and the Locomotive, Robert Young, 251 ; (Letters), 279, 296, 330, 358
  • Haden, Ingham, on Utilisation of Exhaust Steam from Electric Generating Stations and Coal Economy, 109
  • Hadfield, Sir R. A., on Corrosion of Ferrous Metals, 414
  • Hall-Marriott Automatic Penetrometer, 338
  • Hammer, Steam, John Cochrane (Barrhead), Limited, 262 ; (Note), 306
  • Harbour Improvements in Cuba, 537
  • Harbours--see Annual Article
  • Hanson, Dr. D., and Miss Marie L. V. Gayler, on Alloys of Aluminium and Zinc, 352
  • Hardness of Pitches and Bitumens, Apparatus for Comparing, Hutchinson's Testing Apparatus, Limited, 338
  • Hardness Testing, Calibrating Apparatus for, Amsler and Co., 424
  • Harris, F. W., on Sewage Filter Beds and the Achorutes Viaticus, 162
  • Heat Engine for Buildings--see Engines
  • Heat Insulators, 311
  • Highway Construction, Colonel C. H. Bressey, 603 ; (Letter), 645
  • Hoist, Rotary Pneumatic Motor, Sullivan Machinery Company, 478
  • Hooton, William, on Silencing Engine Exhaust by Interference, 649
  • Hydraulic Presses, Barton-Carr Automatic Control Valve for, Manlove, Alliott and Co., Limited, 308
  • Hydrautomat, Allen Hydrostatic Pump Syndicate, Limited, 674
  • Hydro-electric Installation at Denbigh Asylum, 50
  • Hydro-electric Installations of the Barcelona Traction, Light and Power Company, Horace F. Parshall, 270
  • Hydro-electric Plant with Pumped Storage, Bovingand Co. (London), Limited, 173, 184
  • Hydro-electric Resources of the Scottish Highlands, Professor Magnus Maclean, 606, 647, 675
  • Hydro-electric Scheme for a Scottish Colliery Company, 276
  • Hydro-electric Scheme, The Grampian, 571
  • Hydro-electric Schemes in New Zealand, 537
  • Hydro-electric Schemes in Tasmania, 716
  • Hydrogen Decarburisation, andc.--see Iron and Steel

I

  • ICE Factory, 300-Ton, at Grimsby, Pluperfect Refrigeration Company, Limited, 171 (Two- page Supplement, February 11th, 1922)
  • Indian Engineering Notes, 278, 354, 648
  • Industry and Economics, 443
  • Inglis, Professor C. E., on Two-dimensional Stress or Strain, 462
  • Injector, Exhaust Steam, Improved, Davies and Metcalfe, Limited, 366
  • Institutions--see Associations, andc.
  • Instruments, Various--see Electrical Matters, also Foundry Trade Exhibits
  • Insulators, Heat, Report, 311
  • Interchangeable Counterboring Milling Cutters, F. F. Sandlin, 580

Internal Combustion Engines--see Engines International Railway Association--see Railways IRON AND STEEL :

  • - American Iron and Steel in 1921, 468
  • - American Iron and Steel Production, J. Phillips Bedson, 281
  • - American Steel Works, Electrical Developments at, 645
  • - Bessemer Converter in the Steel Foundry, Carels Frares, 488
  • - Blast-furnace Filling, D. E. Roberts, 541
  • - Blast-furnace Plant in New Jersey, 676
  • - Blast-furnace Practice, Presidential Address, Francis Samuelson, 490
  • - British Cast Iron Research Association, Report, 133
  • - Casting, Centrifugal, Piston Ring "Pot," Centrifugal Castings, Limited, 264
  • - Castings at the Foundry Exhibition, 694
  • - Castings for Large Engine Cylinders, Carels Freres, 489
  • - Chilled Iron Wheels, 606
  • - Cold-headed Bolts, V. E. Hillman, 591
  • - Corrosion of Ferrous Metals, Sir R. A. Hadfield, 414
  • - Cupolas, Charging Machines for, Thwaites Brothers, Limited, 727
  • - Electric Arc Welding in Steel Structures, Major Caldwell, 79 ; (Paragraph), 241
  • - Electro-deposition of Iron, W. E. Hughes, 559
  • - Foundry Equipment--see also Foundry Trade Exhibits
  • - Foundry Melting Plant for Cast Iron, Improved, J. E. Hurst, 365
  • - Friction Drive for Rolling Mills, T. B. Rogerson, 247
  • - Hydrogen Decarburisation of Carbon Steels, C. R. Austin, 518
  • - Influence of Dissolved Oxides on Carburising and Hardening Qualities of Steel, E. W. Ehn, 518
  • - Nickel-chrome Steel Railway Couplings, Cammell Laird and Co., Limited, 562
  • - Oxidising Gases and Heated Iron, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter and Miss C. F. Elam, 519
  • - Pack Cooling Bed for a Rolling Mill, Morgan Engineering Company, 548
  • - Stainless Steel, Exhibits of Various Uses for, Firth-Brearley Stainless Steel Syndicate, 322
  • - Steel Foundry in a Garden City, Kryn and Lahy Metal Works, Limited, 636, 637
  • - Steel and Iron Castings, "Granfin" Cast Iron, T. Summerson and Sons, Limited, 323
  • - X-ray Studies on the Crystal Structure of Steel, A. Westgren and G. Phragmen, 541, 642
  • ITALY, New Port Works in, 208
  • Italy, Proposed New Canal in, 163

J

  • JAPANESE Patent Law, 309
  • Jeffcott, Dr. H. H., on the Milling of Screws and Theory of Screw Threads, 392
  • Jigs and Devices for Making Small Tools, C. A. Vandervell and Co., Limited, 542
  • Joseph, J., on Practical Applications of the Thermionic Valve, 308

K

  • KAMMERER, Monsieur, on Utilisation of Steam, 311
  • Kent, J. L., on Resistance of Ships Among Waves, 418
  • Kent-Hodgson Steam Meters, 420
  • Kiln, Self-discharging Shaft, for Portland Cement, 306
  • Kirkpatrick, Sir C. R. S., on Transport Facilities in the Port of London, 556
  • Knowledge and Tradition, 243
  • Kuyser, J. A., on Protective Apparatus for Turbo-generators, 556, 563, 608, 720

L LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES AND WAGES QUESTIONS:

  • -Displacement of Labour, 641 ; (Letter), 690
  • - Engineering Dispute, Court of Inquiry Report, 524 ; (Letter), 690
  • - Industry and Economics, 444
  • -Lock-out, The, 303 ; (Letters), 330, 358
  • - Managerial Functions, 471
  • - Owners and Shop Management, 217
  • - Science and Labour, 389 ; (Letters), 413, 492, 548
  • LANDER, Dr. C. H., Lecture on Low Temperature Carbonisation, 382
  • Latham, Ernest, on the Maintenance of Tidal Berths, 87
  • Latham, E., and P. Harrison, on Marine Surveys, 614
  • Lathes--see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 24, 109, 167, 343, 368, 425, 619, 651, 710

LEADERS:

  • - 1921--A Retrospect, 15
  • - Accidents to Platelayers, 46
  • - Air Conference Reflections, 186
  • - Alternating-current Commutator Motors, 104
  • - American and European Engineers, 131
  • - American Research in Metal Welding, 698
  • - Automatic Train Control, 131, 723
  • - Aviation and National Defence, 361
  • - Bearing Metals, 613
  • - Breakdowns of Machinery, 500
  • - British Association for the Testing of Materials, 158
  • - Buxton Explosion, 185
  • - Chinese Markets, 585
  • - Cold Work, 669
  • - Commercial President, 273
  • - Corrugation of Rails, 74
  • - Die Castings, 333
  • - Displacement of Labour, 641
  • - Electric Power Stations, 669
  • - Electricity on the Farm, 389
  • - Engineer and the Atom, 642
  • - Failure of Civil Aviation, 697
  • - "Fool-proof" Materials, 74
  • - General Knowledge Test, 45
  • -Grouping of the Railways, 216
  • - Heavy Suburban Passenger Train Working, 613
  • - Imperial Wireless Communication, 527
  • - Industry and Economics, 443
  • - International Railway Association, 417
  • - Knowledge and Tradition, 243
  • - Lock-out, The, 303
  • - Locomotive Hour, 333
  • - Managerial Functions, 471
  • - Modifications of Gas Quality, 586
  • - Owners and Shop Management, 217
  • - Pacific Type Locomotives, 444
  • - Philosophy of Cutting, 527
  • - Pioneer Electrical Engineering, 724
  • - Power Economy, 157
  • - Protective Apparatus for Turbo-alternators, 556
  • - Railway Brakes, 243
  • - Railway Rates, 555
  • - Railway Signals, 73
  • - Railways' Road Transport Proposals, 670
  • - Recent Sewage Treatment Methods, 103
  • - Rotary Converters for Railway Work, 216
  • - Safety in Railway Operation, 586
  • - Science and Labour, 389
  • - Standardised Bricks and Coal, 46
  • - Steam Locomotive, 362
  • - Stresses, Calculable and Incalculable, 499
  • - Telephone Secrecy, 417
  • - Turbine Reduction Gearing, 471
  • - Vacuum Airship, 73
  • - Washington Naval Treaty, 215

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS :

  • - England, North of, 26, 54, 82, 114, 140, 166, 196, 224, 254, 284, 314, 315, 342, 370, 400, 426, 452, 480, 508, 536, 566, 594, 622, 650, 678, 706, 732
  • - Lancashire, 25, 53, 81, 113, 139, 165, 167, 195, 223, 253, 255, 282, 312, 341, 369, 399, 426, 451, 479, 507, 509, 535, 565, 593, 621, 649, 677, 705, 731
  • - Midlands and Staffordshire, 24, 52, 55, 80, 112, 138, 141, 164, 194, 222, 252, 282, 312, 340, 368, 371, 398, 425, 451, 478, 507, 509, 534, 564, 593, 621, 649, 677, 679, 705, 731
  • - Scotland, 27, 55, 83, 114, 141, 166, 197, 225, 254, 284, 314, 342, 370, 400, 427, 453, 481, 509, 536, 566, 594, 623, 651, 679, 707, 733
  • - Sheffield, 25, 53, 81, 83, 113, 140, 165, 196, 223, 253, 283, 313, 342, 369, 399, 426, 452, 480, 508, 509, 535, 566, 594, 622, 650, 678, 706, 732 ; (Correction), 197
  • - Wales and Adjoining Counties, 27, 55, 83, 115, 141, 167, 197, 225, 255, 285, 315, 343, 371, 401, 427, 453, 481, 509, 537, 567, 595, 623, 651, 679, 707, 733

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • - Accidents to Platelayers, F. W. Brewer, 100 Air Heaters, S. Utting, 100, 220--see also Hot Air
  • - Angle-compound Air Compressors at a Colliery, Beiliss and Morcom, Limited, 124 ; Civis, 178 ; Sullivan Machinery Company, 249
  • - Avoidable Waste in Locomotive Operation, C. R. K., 477, 492, 618; F. W. Brewer, 548 ; Wm. T. Hoecker, 690 ; (Erratum, C. R. K.), 492
  • - Blast-furnace as Gas Producer--see Power Economy
  • - Boiler Economy, Nicodemus, 22; S. C. Christie, 51
  • - British and American Locomotive Design and Practice, M.I. Loco. E., 358
  • - British Evaporation Unit, G. A. Rossetti, 690
  • - British versus Foreign Enterprise, S. Dixon and Son, Limited, 618
  • - British Railway Speeds in 1921, O. R. Walkey, 154, 178
  • - Buxton Boiler Explosion, A. A. Buss, 220 ; A. W. Read, 220; Dist. Loco., 220 ; C. F. Dendy Marshall, 220, 249, 279 ; Warwill, 220 ; F. W. Brewer, 249 ; S. P. C., 249 ; P. V. Vernon, 249 ; Skefko Ball Bearing Company, Limited, 279
  • - Chinese Markets, Stafford Ransome, 645
  • - Condenser Performance, A. A., 296
  • - Co-ordination of Research, Researcher, 178
  • - Coupling Rod Drives, William P. Durtnall, 662
  • - Early Locomotives, S. Russell, 330
  • - Economiser, The Case for the, George E. Tansley, 716
  • - Economy and Gas Turbine--see Internal Combustion Turbine
  • - Electric Locomotive for the North-Eastern Railway, British Air Brake Company, Limited, 22
  • - Gas Charges, The New, Geo. T. Pardoe, 75
  • - German Submarine Building Programme, 1914-1918, M. Prendergast, 477
  • - H-R. Worm Reducing Gear, Geo. T. Pardoe, 394
  • - Hot Air for Combustion, G. E. Tansley, 177, 249 ; W. H. Owen, 279--see also Air Heaters
  • - Institution of Chemical Engineers, Proposed, J. W. Hinchley, 154
  • - Internal Combustion Turbine, H. A. Hepburn, 75, 153, 220 ; W. A. D. Forbes, 100, 154, 248 ; Norman Davey, 100, 177
  • - Isaac Dodds, S. Snell, 548
  • - Is Stability Returning? Robert Keddie, 414
  • - Liquid Piston Prime Movers, S. P. Christie, 178
  • - Liverpool and Manchester Locomotives, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 124
  • - Lock-out, The, H. G. R., 330 ; Robert Keddie, 358
  • - Locomotive Counterbalancing, E. A. Forward, 330, 520 ; F. W. Brewer, 394, 492, 578
  • - Locomotive Pressure Gauges, P. C. Dewhurst, 519
  • - Locomotive Reversing Gear, andc., S. Russel, 414
  • - Locomotives with Four Excentrics, E. L. Ahrons, 22 ; E. A. Forward, 22, 75, 154 ; Jas. Dunlop, 51, 100, 178 ; A. M. Bushell, 124
  • - Machine--Slave or Tyrant ? A. H., 662; Ernest Forrest, 716
  • - Managers and Draughtsmen, Ambitious, 414
  • - Managers and Employers, Nemo, 330 ; Vincere Vel Mori, 358
  • - Manufacturing, Some Points on, Austin Motor Company, Limited, 75 ; T. Mohn, 124 ; H. T. Fowler, 154 ; C. H., 177
  • - Marine Diesel Engines, G. J. Steinheil, 476
  • - Measure of Consumption by Cut-off Pressure in Engine Cylinders, T. W., 51 ; F. Hovenden, 100
  • - Metallurgy for Engineers, Scientific Metallurgist, 413
  • - Mond Gas Producers, T. R. Wollaston, 178 Noise--see Machine, andc.
  • - Organisation and Wages, Hugh P. Vowles, 413; A. Williams Price, 492 ; Robert Keddie, 548
  • - Panama Canal Slides, J. Stuart, 22, 51, 153 ; Harry Bates, 51; D. M. M., 178 ; (Erratum), 51
  • - Patent Office Methods, J. G. Hudson, 476
  • - Power Economy, J. Jones, 220; William Stead, 249
  • - Question at the Civils' Examination, 1917, 22
  • - Rail Corrugation, D. Leigh, 248 ; J. Austin Baker, 279; W. H. Owen, 279 ; H. D. Brindley, 519
  • - Railway Brakes, A. M. Bell, Carriage and Wagon Superintendent, G.I.P. Railway, 520
  • - Railways and Road Traffic, Clem Crosselin, 716
  • - Reinforced Concrete Pipe Joint, New Type, Water Engineer, 492
  • - Road Construction, Geo. T. Pardoe, 645
  • - Rope Drives, Geo. T. Pardoe, 75
  • - Royal Metal Trades' Pension Society, Edward Le Bas, 249
  • - Safer Ships : Potential Air-tightness, R. M. Steele, 618
  • -Safety of Railway Employees and the Public, Safety First, 358
  • - Scavenging in Diesel Engines, G. Steinheil, 51
  • - Self-aligning Ball Thrust Bearings--see Buxton Boiler Explosion
  • - Stephenson's Long Boiler Engines, W. J. Barker, 413 ; F. Achard, 476 ; R. Stephenson and Co., 476
  • - Timothy Hackworth and the Locomotive, J. G. H. Warren, 279, 330 ; Robert Young, 296, 358 ; F. Bowman, 296
  • - Trade Cycles, The Cause of, Hugh P. Vowles, 690
  • - Trades Unionism, T. R. Shipley, 578
  • - Train Speed--see British Railway
  • - Transport Problems, P. E. C., 578
  • - Unemployment, A Cause of, J. E. Thornycroft, 690
  • - Unqualified Mining Engineer, C. McDermid, 154
  • - Welsh Boiler Tests, V. R. Chadwick, 358
  • - Works Organisation and Wages, T. D., 358 ; Robert Keddie, 394
  • LIEGE, International Scientific Congress at, 160
  • Lift Gear, Belt-driven; Electric Friction Hoist ; Electric Overhead Travelling Crab, andc., Holt and Willetts, 262
  • Lighting, Electric--see Electrical Matters

LITERATURE :

  • Reviews:
  • - British Railways and the Great War, Edwin A. Pratt, 472
  • - Copper Refining, Lawrence Addicks, 12
  • - Corrosion of Iron, J. Newton Friend, 671
  • - Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, Second Report of Committee of Institution of Civil Engineers, P. M. Crosthwaite and G. R. Redgrave, 671
  • - Distribution of Gas, Walter Hole, 275
  • - Engineering Steels, Leslie Aitchison, 245
  • - English for the English, George Sampson, 158
  • - History of the Great War : Naval Operations, Vol. II., Sir Julian S. Corbett, 244
  • - Jane's Fighting Ships, 1921, Oscar Parkes and M. Prendergast, 217
  • - Locomotive, Lectures on the, Dugald Drummond, 473
  • - Metallography, Part II., The Metals and Common Alloys, S. L. Hoyt, 12
  • - Modern Gasworks Practice, Alwyne Meade, 275
  • - Real Mathematics, Ernest G. Beck, 334
  • - Seaborne Trade, C. Ernest Fayle, 294
  • - Steam Turbines, W. J. Goudie, 699, 726
  • - Story of Railway Pioneers, Inventions and Works of Isaac Dodds and his Son, Major S. Snell, 274 ; (Letters), 330, 548
  • - Taschenbuch der Kriegsflotten, XX., Jahrgang, 1922, 557
  • Short Notices :
  • - Acoustics, Collected Papers on, W. C. Sabine, 726
  • - Alternating-current Electrical Engineering, Philip Kemp, 726
  • - Aviation in Peace and War, Sir F. H. Sykes, 726
  • - Coal and its By-products, Analysis of, S. Roy Illingworth, 133, 587
  • - Electric Clocks and Chimes, 105, 294
  • - Les Relations Economiques entre La Grande Bretagne et La Suisse dans le Passe et le Present, Dr. W. Waldvogel, 294
  • - Mechanical Appliances for Handling Railway Traffic, George Bulkeley, 245, 587
  • - Modern Tunnelling, D. W. Brunton and J. A. Davis, 587, 671
  • - Plumbers' Handbook, S. E. Dibble, 587
  • - Pocket book of Marine Engineering, A. E. Seaton, 587, 671
  • - Power's Practical Refrigeration, 105, 587
  • - Practical Engraving on Metal, 587, 643
  • - Year Book of Wellington Harbour Board, New Zealand, 294
  • Books Received :
  • - Adjustment and Testing of Telescope Objectives, 105
  • -Airplane Engine, L. S. Marks, 444
  • - Albert Owner's Handbook and Catalogue of Spare Parts, Part I., 294
  • - America versus Europe in Industry, Dwight T. Farnham, 671
  • - American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Process Charts, F. B. Gilbreth and L. M. Gilbreth, 473
  • - Analysis of Fuel, Gas, Water and Lubricants, S. W. Parr, 671
  • - Annual Reports of Society of Chemical Industry, 587
  • - Applications de la Biologie a 1'Art de 1'Ingenieur, Docteur Ed. Imbeaux, 294
  • - Applied Calculus, F. F. P. Bisacre, 133
  • - Architectural Office Administration, Francis Lome, 105
  • - Ball Hardness Test, Industrial Application of, 587
  • - Bengal Smoke Nuisances Report, 1920, 473
  • - Blacksmiths' Pocket-book, Tom Wormaid, 75
  • - Board of Education, Catalogue of Collections in Science Museum, South Kensington, Aeronautics, 444, 671
  • - Boiler Plant Testing, David Brownlie, 699
  • - Bombay Presidency, Vegetable Oil Industry in the, Bulletin No. 3, A. F. Yuill, 245
  • - Bristol, Port of, 1922, Handbook, 473
  • - British Association for Advancement of Science, Stress Distribution in Engineering Materials, 418
  • - British Rainfall, 1920, 245
  • - British Scientific and Technical Books, A Catalogue of, British Science Guild, 75
  • - Calculating Machines, Modern, The Origin of, J. A. V. Turck, 105
  • - Calvert's Mechanics' Almanack, 1922, 294
  • - Canada as a Market for British Goods, 587
  • - Cane Sugar, Manufacture of, Llewellyn J ones and F. L. Scard, 245
  • - Central Station Voltages and Charges in the United Kingdom, 1922, 418
  • - Chamber of Shipping of the United Kingdom, Annual Report, 1921-22, 699
  • - Chemistry, Part I., George Thompson and G. H. Leslie, 294
  • - Cloakrooms, Washing Facilities, andc., in Factories, Welfare Pamphlet No. 8, 418
  • - Clubs, 1922, E. C. Austen-Leigh, 294
  • - Coal Mining, Robert Peel and Daniel Burns, 699
  • - Coal and Smoke, J. W. Cobb, 294
  • - Coalition Government, O. F. Maclagan, 245
  • - Construction Cost Keeping and Management, H. P. Gillette and R. T. Dana, 444
  • - Converting a Business into a Private Company, H. W. Jordan, 245
  • - Costing for Manufacturers, W. Howard Hazell, 105
  • - Cotton Spinning Machinery and its Uses, Wm. Scott Taggart, 245
  • - Cours de Mecanique Appliquee, andc., Marcel Lamotte, 473
  • - Department of the Interior, U.S.A.:
  • -- Coke Oven Accidents in the United States, 1920, W. W. Adams, 473 ; Technical Paper, 293
  • -- Oil Camp Sanitation, C. P. Bowie, 473
  • -- Petroleum Laws of all America, J. W. Thompson, 473

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Department of Scientific and Industrial Research :
  • -- Building Research Board, Reports Nos. 5 and 6, 699
  • -- First Report of Gas Cylinders Research Committee, 294
  • -- Fuel Research Board, Report No. 1, Pulverised Coal Systems in America, Leonard C. Harvey, 294
  • -- Physical and Chemical Survey of the National Coal Resources, 671
  • - Design of Steel Mill Buildings and Calculation of Stresses, andc., Milo S. Ketchum, 671
  • - Designers of Our Buildings, L. Cope Cornford, 105
  • - Dictionary of Applied Chemistry, Sir Edward Thorpe, 587
  • - Dictionary of Applied Physics, Sir Richard Glazebrook, 671
  • - Die Spezifischen Warmen der Gase und Dampfe, Dipl. Ing. A. Schelest, 473
  • - Distribution of Gas, Walter Hole, 75
  • - Dock and Harbour Authorities Directory, 1922, 557
  • - Douglas Theory, Reply to Mr. J. A. Hobson, Major C. H. Douglas, 418
  • - Dynamo Design and Construction, A. H. Avery, 643
  • - Economics of Electrical Distribution, P. O. Reyneau and H. P. Seelye, 473
  • - Electrical Engineering, Vol. II., Alternating Currents, Chester L. Dawes, 473
  • - Electrical Engineering Testing, G. D. Aspinall Parr, 699
  • - Electric Installation Rules and Tables, W. S. Ibbetson, 245
  • - Electrical Measuring Instruments, Maintenance and Repair of, H. G. Yarrill, 643
  • - Electro-chemistry, Treatise on, Edited by the late Bertram Blount, 362
  • - Electro-deposition and Electro-plating, Report of Faraday Society Discussion, 75
  • - Electro-farming, 699
  • - Electro-metallurgy of Steel, C. C. Gow, 362
  • - Empire Municipal Directory and Year Book, 1922-23, 587
  • - Essentials in the Theory of Framed Structures, C. A. Ellis, 587
  • - Factory Accounts in Principle and Practice, Garcke and Fells, 294
  • - Factory Administration in Practice, W. J. Hiscox, 75
  • - Failure of Metals under Internal and Prolonged Stress, General Discussion, Edited by F. S. Spiers, 294
  • - Financial Review of 1921, Foreign Exchanges and Prices of Raw Materials of Industry, J. S. M. Ward and A. L. Please, 294
  • - Fire Resistance of Concrete and Reinforced Concrete, 362
  • - Fluidity and Plasticity, Eugene C. Bingham, 699
  • - Ford, Book of the, R. T. Nicholson, 75
  • - Ford Van, Book of the, R. T. Nicholson, 105
  • - Foreign Exchanges and How to Profit by Them, V. E. Gerard, 105
  • - Fractional Distillation, Elements of, Clark Shove Robinson, 444
  • - Fuel and Lubricating Oils for Diesel Engines, W. Schenker, 75
  • - Geography, Applied, A. Stevens, 245
  • - Giesserei, Handbook, &c., R. Oldenbourg, 444
  • - Graphical Analysis, W. S. Wolfe, 245
  • - Graphical Methods for Schools, Colleges, andc., W. C. Marshall, 245
  • - Heat, George Thompson and G. H. Leslie, 294
  • - Heat and Heat Engines, Theory of, John Case, 418
  • - Hydraulics of Pipe Lines, W. F. Durand, 105
  • - Hydro-electric Survey of India, Vol. III., Triennial Report, J. W. Meares. C.I.E., 418
  • - Imperial College of Science and Technology, South Kensington, Report to July 31st, 1921, 473
  • - Imperial Institute, Indian Trade Inquiry, Reports on Lac, Turpentine and Rosin, 473
  • - Imperial Institute, Monographs on Mineral Resources of the British Empire, Potash, Sydney J. Johnstone, 418
  • - Indian Railway Bridge Committee, Fifth Report, 294
  • - Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry, Vols. I. and IL, J. W. Mellor, 699
  • - Insulating Varnishes in Electrotechnics, Alfred R. Matthis, 726
  • - Ironfounders, Handbook for, 444
  • - Is Trade Unionism Sound ? J. H. Bunting, 294
  • - Jane's All the World's Aircraft, 1922, C. G. Grey, 671
  • - Jigs and Fixtures, Albert A. Dowd and F. W. Curtis, 473
  • - Journal of the Institute of Metals, No. 2, 1921, G. Shaw Scott, 473
  • - Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, Vol. LXXXIL, 671
  • - Kempe's Engineers' Year Book, 1922, H. R. Kempe and W. H. Smith, 587
  • - Le Tunnel du Simplon, Sa Construction et son Achievement, 1898-1921, 294
  • - Liquid Fuel and its Apparatus, W. H. Booth, 643
  • - Lockwood's Builders' and Contractors' Price Book, 1922, J. P. Allen, 294
  • - Locomotive Engineer's Pocket Book and Diary, 444
  • - Locomotives, Lubrication of, E. L. Ahrons, 105
  • - Machinery and Pipe Arrangement on Ship Board, C. C. Pounder, 473
  • - Manuel des Chemins de Fer : Etude et Construction, J. Bourde, 587
  • - Marconi International Directory of Cable Addresses, Buyers' and Exporters' Guide, 1922, 699
  • - Market Analysis, Percival White, 245
  • - Mathematical Handbook, W. H. F. Murdoch, 699
  • - Mechanical Refrigeration, Principles of, H. J. Macintire, 671
  • - Mechanical Stokers, including Theory of Combustion of Coal, Joseph G. Worker and Thomas A. Peebles, 699
  • - Mechanical Testing, R. G. Batson and J. H. Hyde, 444
  • - Mechanical World Year Book, 1922, 294

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Medical Research Council, Reports of Industrial Fatigue Research Board, No. 15, Motion Study in Metal Polishing, E. Farmer, 473, 557
  • - Metallography, C. H. Desch, 726
  • - Metallography and Macrography, Introduction to Study of, Leon Guillet and A. Portevin, 444
  • - Metallurgy of the Common Metals : Gold, Silver, Iron, andc., L. S. Austin, 245
  • - Metallurgy of Iron and Steel, Based on Work and Papers of Sir R. Hadfield, 699
  • - Metallurgy of Zinc and Cadmium, H. O. Hofman, 444
  • - Meteorological Office, Air Ministry Committee on Atmospheric Pollution, 1921, 473
  • - Microscope, Beginner's Guide to the, C. E. Heath, 643
  • - Microscope, The, Conrad Beck, 245
  • - Ministry of Munitions and Department of Scientific and Industrial Research :
  • -- H.M. Factory, Gretna, Study for Installation of Phosgene Manufacture, 294
  • -- Technical Records of Explosives Supply, 1915-1918 :
  • -- No. 4, Theory and Practice of Acid Mixing, 105
  • -- No. 5, Manufacture of Sulphuric Acid by Contact Process, 418
  • -- No. 6, Synthetic Phenol and Picric Acid, 245
  • -- No. 8, Solvent Recovery, 473
  • - Ministry of Public Works, Egypt, Annual Reports for 1916-1917, 1917-1918, and 1918-1919, 557, 726
  • - Model Engineer Series :
  • -- No. 43, Hardening and Tempering Engineers' Tools, George Gentry, 105
  • - Model Steam Locomotives : Details and Construction, Henry Greenly, 671
  • - Modern Gasworks Practice, Alwynne Meade, 75
  • - Modern Motor Truck, Design, Construction, Operation, andc., Victor W. Page, 245
  • - Modern Practice in Heat Engines, Telford Petrie, 699
  • - Modern Workshop Practice, Fitting and Turning, andc., Ernest Pull, 473
  • - Molesworth, Sir Guilford L., K.C.I.E., Life of, E. J. Molesworth, 473
  • - Oil Engines, A. H. Goldingham, 473
  • - Oil Shales, H. B. Cronshaw, 105
  • - Oils, Fats and Fuels, T. Hull, 105
  • - Papermakers, Directory of, 1922, 473
  • - Patents and Chemical Research, H. E. Potts, 133
  • - Petroleum Industry, 587
  • - Petroleum Year Book, 1922, Sydney H. North, 699
  • - Portland Cement, Manufacture of, A. C. Davis, 444
  • - Power Alcohol: Production and Utilisation, G. W. Monier-Williams, 473
  • - Practical Electrician's Pocket-book and Diary, 1922, 294
  • - Practical Engineer Electrical Pocket-book and Diary, 1922, 418
  • - Practical Engineer Mechanical Pocket-book and Diary, 1922, 444
  • - Practical Least Squares, O. M. Leland, 294
  • - Problemes et Exercices d'Electricite Generale, P. Janet, 473
  • - "Proceedings" of the Royal Irish Academy, Vol. xxxvi., Section A, No. 1, on Polygons to Generate Diagrams of Maximum Stress on Girders, andc., T. Alexander and J. T. Jackson, 245
  • - Protective Relays, Their Theory, Design, and Practical Operation, Victor H. Todd, 444
  • - Pulp and Paper, Manufacture of, 699
  • - Railway Signalling, Everett E. King, 245
  • - Railway Year Book for 1922, 726
  • - Reinforced Concrete Simply Explained, Oscar Faber, 418
  • - Research in Industry : Basis of Economic Progress, A. P. M. Fleming and J. G. Pearce, 444
  • - Rights of the Ex-Service Man and Woman, W. Sherran, 105
  • - Rugby Engineering Society, "Proceedings," Vol. xiv., 418
  • - Sammlung Gbschen Elektromotorische Betriebe, andc., Professor Dr. Ing. A. Schwaiger, 418
  • - Science in the Service of Man : Electricity, S. G. Starling, 587
  • - Sewerage and Sewage Disposal, A Text-book, L. Metcalf and H. P. Eddy, 473
  • - Sharing Profits with Employees, J. A. Bowie, 444
  • - Shipping World Year Book, 1922, 473
  • - Sierra Leone Government Railway, Report for 1920, 294
  • - Smithsonian Institution, U.S. National Museum, Report, 587
  • - Some Things that Matter, Lord Riddell, 699
  • - Steam Power Plant Auxiliaries and Accessories, Terrell Croft, 699
  • - Swedish Year Book, 1921, 294
  • - Switching Equipment for Power Control, Stephen G. Hayes, 294
  • - Tables Centesimales pour le Trace des Courbes (Chemins de Fer, Routes, andc.), J. Bouchard, 671
  • - Text-books of Physical Chemistry, Sir W. Ramsay and F. G. Donnan, 726
  • - Textile Manufacturer Year Book, 1922, 294
  • - The Electrician Annual Tables, andc., 1922, 699
  • - "Transactions" and Year Book of University of Toronto Engineering Society, 587
  • - University of Leeds, Department of Coal Gas and Fuel Industries, Livesey Professor's Report, 699
  • - Vacuum Automatic Brake, andc., 75
  • - Waste in Industry, 105
  • - Welding, Modern Methods of, as Applied to Workshop Practice, 75
  • - Westinghouse Air Brake, 105
  • - Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, E. Redpath, 699
  • - Workers Aided or Maintained from Public Funds, Inventions Made by, Committee's Report on Methods of Dealing with, 294
  • - World Trade and World Recovery, Mercator, 473
  • - Year Book of the Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, 294

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued) :
  • - Ypres to Verdun, Photographs by Sir Alexander B. W. Kennedy, 75
  • LIVERPOOL Landing Stage, Proposed Improvements, 161
  • Lloyd's Register--see Ships
  • Lock-out--see Labour
  • Locomotive, Renault Petrol, 476 ; (Erratum), 506
  • Locomotives--see also Railways, also Electrical Matters
  • Log Band Mill, Vertical, and Log Carriage, John Pickles and Son, 450
  • L.C.C. Tramway Rails, Corrugation of, 66, 74 ; (Letters), 248, 279, 519
  • London, Port of, Transport Facilities in the, Sir C. R. S. Kirkpatrick, 556
  • Low Temperature Carbonisation, Dr. C. H. Lander, Lecture, 382
  • Lowestoft Inner Harbour, Improvements in, 222

M MACHINE TOOLS:

  • - Automatic Power Press, H. S. J. Hughes, 644
  • - Cutting Tools, Action of, Professor E. G. Coker and Dr. K. C. Chakko, 491, 503, 527
  • - Cutting Tools--see also Machine Tools
  • - Drawing and Notching Presses, Taylor and Challen, Limited, 322
  • - Fellows Gear Shaper, High Speed, 699
  • - Grinding Machine, Large, for Chilled Iron Rolls, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Limited, 306, 307
  • - Grinding Machines for Omnibus Cylinders and Engine Valves at Chiswick Depot, 123
  • - Helical Gearing, Double, with One-tooth Pinion, Power Plant Company, Limited, 191
  • - Hexagon Turret Lathe, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 160
  • - Horizontal Plane Milling Machine with Separate Motor Drive, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 277
  • - Lathe, 4.5in. Centres, Cheltenham Works, Limited, 42 ; (Correction), 80
  • - Lathe, Large All-geared Double-bedded, G. and A. Harvey, Limited, 722, 730
  • - Lathes at the Model Engineer Exhibition, Cheltenham Works, Irwin and Jones, H. Milnes, F. Patrick, 42
  • - Machine Tool Trades' Association, Annual Meeting and Dinner, 285
  • - Machine Tool Works--see Works
  • - Machine Tools Adapted in a Small Tools Works, 542, 544
  • - Milling of Screw Threads, Dr. H. H. Jeffcott, 392
  • - Nibbling Machine, J. B. Stone and Co., Limited, 240
  • - Notching Press for Armature Plates and Segments, Taylor and Challen, Limited, 188
  • - Omnibus and Parts Repair Machines at Chiswick Depot, 121, 130, 137
  • - Railway Rolling Stock Work, Machines for, Cammell Laird and Co., Limited, 269, 272
  • - Shearing Machines with Rotary Cutters, Punches, Hydraulic, Hand and Automatic, Tangent Tool and Engineering Company, Limited, 263
  • - Spur Gear Generating Machine, W. Muir and Co., Limited, 592
  • - Surfacing, Boring and Drilling Machines, Attachments for, H. W. Kearns and Co., Limited, 395
  • - Tap Grinding Machine, Tools and Tool-room Equipment, Brooke Tool Manufacturing Company, Limited, 262
  • - Turbine Reduction Gears, Machines for Cutting, W. Muir and Co., Limited, 494, 495,498
  • - Worm Gear Generating Machine, Smith and Coventry, Limited, 78
  • MACHINERY, Breakdowns of, 500
  • Maclean, Professor Magnus, on Hydro-electric Resources of the Scottish Highlands, 606, 647, 675
  • Maintenance of Tidal Berths, Ernest Latham, 87
  • Managerial Functions, 471
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Engineering Developments, William Fox, 309
  • Manchester's New Outfall Sewer, 38, 44
  • Marine Engines--see Engines and Motors Marine Surveys, E. Latham and P. Harrison, 614
  • Marseilles to the Rhone, Waterway from, 537
  • Material, Testing of, British Association for, 158
  • Matthews, R. Borlase, Electro-farming, 386, 389
  • Mechanical Gearing and Electrical Transmission, 323
  • Mechanical Lubricators, Aubrey B. Smith, 296
  • Mechanical Stokers, Babcock Chain Grate, 203
  • Mechanical Stokers (Ed. Bennis and Co., Limited) in South Wales, Test of, 340; (Letter), 358
  • Mechanical Stokers, "H-R." Reduction Gear for, Major E. C. Hatcher, 352
  • Mechanical Vehicles and Road Surfaces, Lord Montagu of Beaulieu, 686
  • Mellanby, Professor, and Mr. Kerr on Supersaturated Steam, 714
  • Melloy, J. H., on Turbine Reduction Gearing and its Production, 494, 495, 498
  • Metals, Bearing, 613
  • Metals, Fatigue of, H. F. Moore and J. B. Kommers, 310
  • Meter, Steam Flow, George Kent and Co., 76
  • Meters, Kent-Hodgson Steam, 420
  • Microphone, Hot Wire Resonator, Major Tucker, 77
  • Milling and Milling Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Mills--see Works
  • Mine Hoisting Ropes, Safety Practice for, R. M. Raymond, 368
  • Mineral Resources of Outer Mongolia, 309
  • Mineral Statistics, Our, 289
  • Miners, Electric Cap Lamp for, Oldham and Son, Limited, 338
  • Mitchell, R. B., on Dalmarnock Power Station, 646, 669
  • Moore, Harold, on Petroleum Oils Used in Diesel Engines, 620
  • Morley, T. B., on the Reversed Heat Engine as a Means of Heating Buildings, 145
  • Motor Fuel from Surplus Wine, 304
  • Motor Road Roller with Scarifier, Barford and Perkins, Limited, 728
  • Motors, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Moulding Machines--see Foundry Trade Exhibits
  • Moving Platform, Proposed, for Paris, 191

N

  • NARBETH, J. H., on Three Steps in Naval Construction, King Edward VII., Lord Nelson, Dreadnought, 418, 474
  • Natural Gas Supply in Vaux Valley, France, 567
  • Naval Matters--see Ships

NEWCOMEN SOCIETY :

  • - An Engineer in Old London, Souvenir of the Summer Meeting, 1922, Engineer-Commander Edgar C. Smith, 618
  • - Centenary of Naval Engineering, Engineer- Commander Edgar C. Smith, 367
  • - Meeting and Short Notes Presented by (1) H. W. Dickinson, on Letter Signed "Thos. Newcomen ;" (2) L. Pendred, on Drawing of Bruntonís Walking Engine ; (3) Arthur Titley, on Documents Connected with Efforts in 1828 to Establish a Line of Heatonís Steam Carriages; (4) E. A. Forward, on Sir Goldsworth Gurney's Railway Locomotives, 506
  • - Summer Meeting in London, 1922, 618, 642 Visits to Westminster Hall Roof, Boulton and Watt Engines at Deptford, andc., 642
  • - Timothy Hackworth and the Locomotive, Robert Young, 251 ; (Letters), 279, 296, 330
  • NEW Year Honours, 24
  • Nibbling Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Nickel--see also Iron and Steel
  • Nickel-silver Alloys, Professor F. C. Thompson and Mr. E. Whitehead, 351
  • Non-ferrous Metals and Alloys at British Industries Fair, Birmingham, Delta Metal Company, Eyre Smelting Company, Limited, 240
  • Notching Press--see Machine Tools

O OBITUARY :

  • - Barker, Sir Francis, 133
  • - Carter, Sir George John (Portrait), 187
  • - Claremont, E. A., 391
  • - Collis, William Blow, 492
  • - Hopkinson, Edward (Portrait), 74
  • - Hughes, Sir Walter Charleton, 390
  • - Isoji Ishiguro, 444
  • - Lockyer, Norman J., 528
  • - McWilliam, Dr. A., 391
  • - Martin, John, 606
  • - Matthews, Sir William (Portrait), 47
  • - Paxman, James N. (Portrait), 390
  • - Ransome, Lewis H., 643
  • - Robert on, Charles G., 557
  • - Slacke, R. B., 244
  • - West, John, 75
  • OIL Dock on the Manchester Ship Canal, 309
  • Oil Engines--see Engines
  • Oil in New Guinea, 704
  • Oil Prospecting in Australasia, 309
  • Oil, Shale, 311
  • Omnibus, L.G.O. Company, Overhauling Depot at Chiswick, 121, 130, 137
  • Omnibuses, Railless Trolley, in Australia, 150
  • Optical Glass, C. J. Peddle, 496
  • Optical System of Measuring Strain, Professor Coker, 686
  • Owners and Shop Management, 217
  • Oxidising Gases, &c.--see Iron and Steel
  • Oxygen Jet Cutting Machine, Godfrey Engineering Works, 263
  • Oxygen Welding--see Welding

P

  • PACEMAKING, 464
  • Pack Cooling Bed--see Iron and Steel
  • Packing, the "Reefer," Building Sheets and Tiles, "Poilite," Bell's United Asbestos Company, Limited, 323
  • Paint-spraying Outfits, Aerograph Company, Limited, 323
  • Paris, Moving Platform for, 191
  • Parshall, Horace F., Hydro-electric Installations of the Barcelona Traction, Light and Power Company, 270
  • Partington, James, Locomotive Economy, 446 ; (Letters), 477, 492, 548, 618, 690
  • Patent Applications, United States, 528
  • Patent Cases, Reported, 133
  • Patent Law, Japanese, 309
  • Patent Laws, Foreign, 464

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS:

  • British:
  • - Aeronautics, 85, 539, 681
  • - Aircraft, 288
  • - Batteries and Accumulators, 85, 169, 735
  • - Building, 570, 654
  • - Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 143, 483, 735
  • - Cranes and Conveyors, 144
  • - Crushing and Grinding, 58, 456
  • - Dynamos and Motors, 29, 85, 199, 227, 257, 345,373,429,455,483,539, 597, 625, 653
  • - Electrical Appliances, 85, 681
  • - Electric Furnaces, 653
  • - Electric Ignition, 227
  • - Electric Welding, 29, 143
  • - Engines, Internal Combustion, 30, 57, 117, 169, 257, 287, 317, 345, 403, 483, 597, 653, 709, 735

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS (continued):

  • British (continued):
  • - Engines, Steam, 117, 373, 569, 597, 653, 709
  • - Gas Producers, 429, 511
  • - Heating and Ventilation, 257--see also Lighting and Heating
  • - Lighting and Heating, 30, 58, 86, 199, 404, 484, 540, 569, 626, 654, 681, 710
  • - Locomotives, 118, 228, 653
  • - Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 117, 170, 227, 317, 345, 373, 404, 430, 455, 483, 511, 626, 654, 681
  • - Measuring and Testing--see Testing
  • - Mines and Metals, 58, 317
  • - Miscellaneous, 30, 86, 118, 144, 200, 228, 258, 288, 318, 346, 374, 404, 430, 456, 484, 512, 540,570,598,626, 654, 682, 710, 736
  • - Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 57, 86, 199, 287, 318, 429, 483, 625
  • - Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 58, 118, 403, 569, 598, 682
  • - Ships and Boats, 58, 117, 257, 455, 512, 736
  • - Steam Generators, 57, 199, 539
  • - Steam Turbines, 227, 257
  • - Storage Batteries, 374
  • - Switchgear, 143, 199, 227, 287, 317, 345, 403, 429, 455, 511, 539, 569, 735
  • - Telegraphs and Telephones, 170
  • - Testing and Measuring Instruments, 85, 117, 169, 257, 287, 345, 403, 429, 569, 625
  • - Tramways and Railways, 57, 200, 374, 430
  • - Transformers, 86, 143, 317, 597, 625, 735
  • - Transmission of Power, 29, 57, 144, 199, 287, 403, 429, 455, 512, 540, 597, 625, 709
  • - Turbine Machinery, 169, 287, 373, 511, 539, 569, 681, 709
  • - Water Purification, 144
  • - Wireless Telegraphy, 29, 85, 117, 143, 483, 511, 539, 597
  • -Wireless Telephony, 709
  • PATENTS, British, Sufficiency of, 534
  • Patents, Foreign, 24
  • Pavement, New Form of, L. Wilton-Cox, 728
  • Peat Exploitation in Italy, 366
  • Peddle, C. J., on Optical Glass, 496
  • "Penetrometer," Automatic, Hall-Marriott, 338
  • Persian Market for Engineering Products, 728
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 24, 55, 80, 110, 141, 167, 197, 228, 255, 285, 315, 346, 371, 398, 430, 453, 481, 506, 540, 570, 595, 620, 651, 682, 710, 736
  • Petrol Engines--see Engines, also Locomotives Petrol Pier at Bombay, 704
  • Petroleum Oil Refinery in the Punjab, Attock Oil Company, 219
  • Petroleum Oils Used in Diesel Engines, Harold Moore, 620
  • Philosophy of Cutting, 527
  • Phosphoric Acid, Electric Production of, 688 Photographic Surveying, 492
  • Pipe Joint, Reinforced Concrete, 421 ; (Letter), 492
  • Pitches and Bitumens--see Hardness
  • Plastic Wood, 230
  • Pneumatic and Electric Tools, Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, Limited, 305
  • Pneumatic Hoist--see Hoist
  • Pneumatic Plant, Vacuum Pump, Suction Pipes, andc., at Millennium Flour Mills, H. Simon, Limited, 612, 616
  • Pneumatic Road-breaking Plant, John Mowlem and Co., Limited, 309
  • Portland Cement--see Cement
  • Port Talbot, Improvements at, 666
  • Position Gauges and their Jigs, A. G. Robson, 460
  • Position Line Slide Rule, Captain L. C. Bygrave, 250
  • Power Economy, 157, 159 ; (Letters), 177, 220, 249
  • Power Production, Recent Developments in, Colonel D. Selby-Bigge, 541
  • Post-war Problems--see Transport
  • Press, Hydraulic, for Road Vehicle Tire Removal and Replacement, Rollings and Guest, Limited, 264
  • Presses, Notching, Drawing, andc. see also Machine Tools
  • Pringle, Colonel, on Safety in Railway Operation, 582, 586
  • Producer, Gas, Reinforced Concrete, O. R. Verity, 364
  • Producer Gas Power Plant, Some Observations on, H. S. Denny and N. V. S. Knibbs, 98, 132, 159 ; (Letter), 178
  • Production, Organisation of, J. W. Curtis, 128
  • Protective Apparatus--see Electrical Matters

PUMPS :

  • - Bargoed Power Station, Pumps at, Steam- driven Circulating and Steam Turbine- driven Extraction Pumps, G. and J. Weir ; Motor-driven Hydraulic Vacuum Air Pump and Rotary Extraction Pump ; Motor-driven Drysdale Centrifugal Pump and Drysdale Horizontal Extraction Pump; Centrifugal Oil Pump, 202, 203
  • - Centrifugal Pump, Electric-driven, John Cochrane (Barrhead), Limited, 262
  • - Condenser Pumps, Brown-Boveri, 459
  • - Electrically Driven High-pressure Centrifugal Pump, Holden and Brooke, Limited, 584, 591
  • - High-speed Ram and other Pumps, Hand and Motor-driven, Lee, Howl and Co., Limited, 263
  • - Motor-driven Pumps for Condensing Installation in Power Stations, Drysdale and Co., Limited, 348
  • - Powdered Coal, Pump for, Puleo Supplies, Limited, 357
  • - Pumping Engine, Old Model of, Percival Marshall and Co., 42
  • - Pumps for Condensing System in Power Stations, Water Extraction, Turbine- driven Circulating and Turbo Feed, G. and J. Weir, Limited, 347
  • - Sewage Pumps, Centrifugal, Electrically Driven, at Richmond, Worthington- Simpson, Limited, 515
  • - Treble-ram Diesel-driven Pumping Plant for Trinidad, Frank Pearn and Co., Limited, 242, 248
  • - Turbine-driven Feed Pumps at Bargoed Power Station, Sulzer Brothers, 291
  • PUNCHING MACHINES--see Machine Tools

Q

  • QUEENSLANDíS Mineral Output, 620

R

  • RAILLESS Trolley Omnibuses in Australia, 150

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS :

  • - See also Annual Article
  • General:
  • - Accidents to Platelayers, 46 ; (Letter), 100
  • - All-electric Automatic Power Signalling on the Metropolitan Railway, William Willox, 354
  • - Arc-welded Locomotive Tender Underframe, New South Wales Railways, 580
  • - Automatic Train Control, 131
  • - Automatic Train Control Committee's Report, 720, 723
  • - Automatic Train Coupler, "Tumlock" Automatic Coupler, Limited, 421
  • - Control of Trains Considered in Relation to Increases of Weight and Speed, andc., Alan W. Rendell, 96, 243
  • - Heavy Suburban Passenger Train Working, 613
  • - Industrial Plant Railways, Electrification of, D. M. Petty, 138
  • - International Railway Association, 362, 391, 405, 417, 434
  • -- Congress in Rome, 362, 472, 502
  • - Reports :
  • -- Bogies, Axles and Springs of Locomotives, Mr. George HugL.es and Others, 405
  • -- Construction of the Road Bed and of the Track, Mr. E. C. Trench and Others, 362
  • -- Economic Production and Use of Steam in Locomotives, G. J. Churchward, 391
  • -- Electric Traction, andc., Messrs. J. J. W. Van Loenen Martinet and Others, 434
  • -- Liquid Fuel in Locomotives, Sir Henry Fowler, 435
  • -- Locomotive Cab Signals, Monsieur M. F. Maison, 435
  • -- Maintenance and Supervision of Track, C. J. Brown and Others, 362
  • -- Passenger Carriages, Mr. R. W. Reid, 405
  • -- Reinforced Concrete, W. W. Grierson and Others, 391
  • -- Special Steels, W. C. Cushing and Others, 363
  • - Long-distance Operation of Facing Points on Railways, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Limited, 560, 561
  • - Nickel-chrome Steel Railway Couplings, Cammell Laird and Co., Limited, 562
  • - Railway Act, 1921, Gustave Canet Lecture, Sir Eric Geddes, 629
  • - Railway Metals Damaged by Welding, 496
  • - Railway Rates, 555
  • - Railway Rolling Stock and Factory, Cammell Laird and Co., Limited, 268, 269, 272
  • - Railway Signals, 73
  • - Railways' Road Transport Proposals, 670
  • - Rotary Converters and Railway Electrification, F. P. Whitaker, 221
  • - Safety in Railway Operation, Colonel Pringle, 582, 586
  • - Vacuum Brake for Long Freight Trains, Trials, andc., Sir H. Fowler and Mr. H. N. Gresley, 96, 243 ; (Letter), 520
  • British, Colonial and Indian:
  • - Bogie Coaches, Great Indian Peninsula Railway, Cammell Laird and Co., Limited, 270
  • - Grouping of the Railways, 216
  • - Indian Railway Administration Report, 573
  • - London Electric Railways, All-steel Controller Trailer Car, 268, 270
  • - London and South-Western Railway Station at Waterloo, Formal Opening, 336
  • - London Underground Railway Improvements, 661
  • - New South Wales Railways, Arc-welded Locomotive Tender Underframe, 580
  • - Palestine Railway, Carriage Stock for, Metropolitan Carriage, Wagon and Finance Company, 505
  • - Sleeping Car, Gresley Twin, East Coast Joint Stock, 412
  • - Table of British Railway Speeds in 1921, 120 ; (Letters), 154, 178
  • - Unification of Railway Gauges in Australia, 280
  • Foreign :
  • - Brazil, Duplication of Railways, 340
  • - China, Railway Construction in, 552
  • - Chinese Government Railways, 459
  • - Electrification of the Chilean State Railways, 711
  • - Foreign Railway Practice, Professor Carlier, 582
  • - French Roadways, Increasing Traffic on, 573
  • - Petrol Motor Traction for French Railways, 645
  • - St. Gothard Railway Electrification, 68, 72
  • - St. Gothard Railway Electrification, Completion, 638 ; (Correction), 679
  • - Tokyo Underground Railway, 240

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES :

  • - See also Annual Article
  • General:
  • - Boiler Inspection on the G.N.R., 192
  • - British and American Locomotive Design and Practice, P. C. Dewhurst, 321, 335, 356, 362, 377 ; (Letters), 357, 414
  • - Buxton Locomotive Explosion, 185, 189 ; (Letters), 220, 249, 279, 519
  • - Development of Counterbalancing in British Locomotive Practice, F. W. Brewer, 298 ; (Letters), 330, 394, 492, 520, 578
  • - East Horndon Locomotive Failure, 77, 698
  • - Economic Production and Use of Steam in Locomotives, Report, andc., G. J. Churchward, 391
  • - Electric Locomotives, Sir Vincent L. Raven on, 672, 686, 701

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES (continued):

  • General (continued):
  • - Feed-water Heating on Locomotives, Monsieur Sauvage, 685
  • - Future of British Locomotive Trade, E. L. Ahrons, 350
  • - Locomotive Economy, James Partington, 446 ; (Letters), 477, 492, 548, 618, 690
  • - Locomotive Hour, 333
  • - Locomotive Pyrometer, Siemens Brothers, Limited, 77
  • - Pacific Type Locomotives, 444
  • - Pacific Type Passenger Locomotive, American Locomotive Company, 446
  • - Railway Electrification and Garratt Locomotives, 188
  • - Ramsay Condensing Turbine Electric Locomotive, 328, 329
  • - Steam Locomotive, 362
  • - Three-cylinder Eight-coupled Locomotive for Spain, Yorkshire Engine Company, Limited, 134 (Two-page Supplement, February 3rd, 1922)
  • - Timothy Hackworth and the Locomotive, Robert Young, 251 ; (Letters), 279, 296, 330
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - Accident to Midland Railway Engine, 77, 698
  • - Caledonian Railway Three-cylinder Express Passenger Engine, 10 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - Garratt Locomotive for South Africa, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, 188
  • - Glasgow and South-Western Railway Baltic Type Tank Engines, 660, 668
  • - Great Eastern Six-coupled Tank Engine, No. 1003, 10, 11
  • - Great Northern Railway, Boiler Inspection on, 192
  • - Great Northern Railway Pacific Type Passenger Engine, 412, 416
  • - Great Northern Three-cylinder Coal Engine, No. 477, 10 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - Great Western Engine, Re-boilered, No. 4700, 10
  • - Judhpur - Bikaner Railway Six - coupled Engine, Kerr, Stuart and Co., Limited, 11, 14
  • - London, Brighton and South Coast Baltic Tank Engine, 10 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - London and South-Western Tank Engines, Six-coupled, 10, 11 ; Eight-coupled, 10 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - Midland Railway Locomotive Failure--see Accident
  • - North British Locomotive Company's Engines, North British Railway "Atlantic," 11, 14 ; Burma Railwaysí Metre-gauge Mallet Compound, 12, 14 ; New Zealand Government Railways' Narrow-gauge, 12
  • Foreign :
  • - Decapod Goods Locomotive, Pennsylvania Railroad Company, 446
  • - "Pacific" Type Passenger Engine, Erie Railroad, American Locomotive Company, 446, 447
  • - Virginian Railway, Heavy Mallet Special Service Locomotive, American Locomotive Company, 447
  • RAVEN, Sir Vincent L., on Electric Locomotives, 672, 686, 701
  • Re-crystallisation and Grain Growth, Major C. J. Smithells, 325
  • Reduction Gears--see Worm, also Ships
  • Refrigerating Plant, Insulated Cold Room in Sections, John Kirkaldy, 323
  • Reid, John, on Fuel Economy in Marine Boilers, 420
  • Reinforced Concrete Pipe Joint, New Type, 421; (Letter), 492
  • Reinforced Concrete Truss Bridge, New Type, T. V. Jenkins, 436, 442
  • Rendell, Alan W., on Control of Trains Considered in Relation to Increases of Weight and Speed, andc., 96, 243
  • Rennie, Archibald, on the Scott-Still Experimental Engine, 180, 204
  • Research, Air Service--see Aeronautics
  • Rhine, Regularising the, 440
  • Richardson, James, on Diesel Machinery for Single-screw Motor Ships, 445, 448 ; (Letter), 476
  • Riveting Appliances, Hydraulic and Pneumatic, in Railway Rolling Stock Work, Cammell Laird and Co., Limited, 270, 272
  • Roadmaking Plant, Pneumatic, John Mowlem and Co., Limited, 309
  • Road Locomotion, R. W. Thomson and Colonel R. E. Crompton, 670
  • Road Roller--see Motor
  • Road Vehicles, Future Design of, Sir J. Thornycroft, 581
  • Roberts, D. E., on Blast-furnace Filling, 541
  • Robson, A. G., on Position Gauges and their Jigs, 460
  • Rolling Mills, Friction Drive for, T. B. Rogerson, 247
  • Rolling Stock, Railway--see Railways and Railway Locomotives
  • Romero, L., and J. B. Palmer, on Interconnection of Alternating-current Power Stations, 193
  • Roofing Tiles in East Africa, 250
  • Ropes, Mine Hoisting, Safety Practice for, R. M. Raymond, 368
  • Rotary Converters--see Electrical Matters
  • Rotary Pneumatic Motor, 478
  • Rutherford, Professor Sir Ernest, on the Relation of the Elements, 492, 642

S

  • SAFETY--see Mine
  • Salt Industry in China, 319, 332 (Two-page Supplement, March 24th, 1922)
  • Samuelson, Francis, on Blast-furnace Practice, 490
  • Sand Mixers, andc.--see Foundry Trade Exhibits
  • Sandlin Interchangeable Counterboring Cutter System, 580
  • Sankey, Captain Riall, on Wireless as an Aid to Transport, 557
  • Sauvage, Monsieur, on Feed-water Heating on Locomotives, 685
  • Saw--see Band Saw, also Log Band
  • Scaling Tools for Boilers, andc., Frank Gilman, 306
  • Science and Labour, 389 ; (Letters), 413, 492, 548
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, Heat Insulators, Report, 311 ; Bulletin on Electrodeposition of Iron, Research by Mr. W. E. Hughes, 559
  • Screens--see Circulating Water
  • Screw Thread Milling--see Machine Tools
  • Seabrook, A. Hugh, on Super-power Stations, 410
  • Season Cracking and its Prevention, H. Moore and S. Beckinsale, 325
  • Selby-Bigge, Colonel D., on Developments in Power Production, 541
  • Seven-day Journal, 9, 39, 67, 97, 125, 151, 179, 209, 237, 267, 297, 327, 355, 383, 411, 437, 465, 493, 521, 549, 579, 607, 635, 663, 691, 717 ; (Letter), 716
  • Sewage Filter Beds and the Achorutes Viaticus, F. W. Harris, 162
  • Sewage Pumps--see Pumps
  • Sewage Treatment Methods, Recent, 103
  • Sewer, New Outfall, Manchester's, 38, 44
  • Shale Oil, 311
  • Shanghai, Future of the Port of, 326
  • Shaping and Shearing Machines--see Machine Tools

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING:

  • - See also Annual Articles
  • General:
  • - American Machine for Coaling Ships, 340
  • - Diesel Machinery for Single-screw Motor Ships, James Richardson, 445, 448 ; (Letter), 476
  • - Double Reduction Gears in the SS. Melmore Head, J. Wilkie, 419, 423
  • - Electric Welding of Ships, A. T. Wall, 218
  • - Fuel Economy in Marine Boilers, John Reid, 420
  • - German Submarine Building Programme, 1914-1918, 431
  • - Lloyd's Register Annual Summary, 136
  • - Lloyd's Register Shipbuilding Returns, 46, 418
  • - Longitudinal Strength of Cargo Vessels, E. L. Champness, 462
  • - Motor Lifeboats, J. Rennie Barnett, 462
  • - Nodal Arrangements of Geared Drives, Dr. J. H. Smith, 419
  • - Position Line Slide Rule, Captain L. C. Bygrave, 250
  • - Resistance of Ships Among Waves, J. L. Kent, 418
  • - Turbine Reduction Gearing, 471
  • - Two-dimensional Stress or Strain, Professor C. E. Inglis, 462
  • - Vibration of Ships, T. C. Tobin, 445
  • Naval Matters:
  • - Centenary of Naval Engineering, Engineer Commander Edgar C. Smith, 367
  • - Diesel Engines for Naval Purposes, Vice- Admiral Sir G. Goodwin, 528
  • - Effect of Bomb Attack on Warships, 298, 299
  • - H.M.S. Dreadnought, J. H. Narbeth, 418, 474 Japan, Naval Shipbuilding in, 587
  • - Merchant Shipping and World Commerce in Relation to Sea Power, Sir Westcott Abell, 381, 396
  • - Reduction of the Navy, 304
  • - Three Steps in Naval Construction, King Edward VII., Lord Nelson, Dreadnought, J. H. Narbeth, 418, 474
  • - Washington Naval Treaty, 201, 215
  • Foreign Navies :
  • - United States Battleship Alabama, Test Bomb Attack on, 298, 299
  • - United States Destroyers, Modern, 264
  • Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • - Bibby Liner Dorsetshire, Harland and Wolff, 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - British India Motor Ship Domala, Barclay, Curie and Co., 6, 23 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - Canadian Pacific Liners, Empress of Australia, 689 ; Empress of Canada, 23 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - Cunard Liner Berengaria, 517

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued)

  • Miscellaneous Vessels (continued):
  • - Cunard Liner Samaria, Cammell Laird and Co., Limited, 410
  • - Deutschland, German Mercantile Submarine, 431
  • - Garryowen, Tug with Grain Ship Discharging Plant, 106
  • - German-built Liner Columbus, Re-named Homeric, White Star Company, 23 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - Malines, Harwich-Antwerp Passenger Steamship, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 329
  • - Motor Lifeboats, J. R. Barnett, 462
  • - Motor Ship Malaya and Single-screw Motor Ship Leise Maersk, Burmeister and Wain, 7, 8
  • - Narragansett, Motor Tanker, 326
  • - Paris, Compagnie Generale Transatlantique Liner, 23 (Supplement, January 6th, 1922)
  • - Pinzon, Motor Ship, Trials of the, William Beardmore, Limited, 146
  • - Pinzon, Performance of, James Richardson, 445, 448
  • - Thornycroft Motor Boats, 425
  • - Two Atlantic Liners, Cunard Liner Antonia, Vickers Limited ; White Star Liner Pittsburgh, Harland and Wolff, Limited, 640, 643
  • - White Star Liner Majestic in Floating Dock, and Maiden Voyage of, 522, 558, 559
  • SHOP Management, Sir Henry Fowler, 70
  • Silencing Engine Exhaust by Interference, William Hoot on, 649
  • Sinnatt, F. S., on Fusain, 160
  • Sleeper Creosoting Plant, Burt, Boulton and Haywood, Limited, 524, 526
  • Slide Rule, Position Line, Captain L. C. Bygrave, 250
  • Small Tools--see Tools
  • Smith, Aubrey B., on Mechanical Lubricators, 296
  • Smith, Engineer-Commander Edgar C., on An Engineer in Old London, 618
  • Smith, Engineer-Commander Edgar C., on the Centenary of Naval Engineering, 367
  • Smith, Dr. J. H., on Nodal Arrangements of Geared Drives, 419
  • Smith, Dr. Stanley P., on Single and Three- phase Alternating - current Commutator Motors, andc., 98
  • Snow, W. H., on Friction Lifters for Drop Stamps, 34, 60
  • Societies--see Associations
  • South Wales Institute of Engineers, 552
  • Spring Testing Machine, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 238
  • Spur Gearing--see Machine Tools
  • Stampings, Sheet Metal, Pressings, Limited, 305 Standardised Bricks and Coal, 37, 46, 52
  • Steam--see Utilisation of
  • Steam Ejector--see Condensers, andc.
  • Steam, Exhaust, Injector--see Injector
  • Steam Engines--see Engines
  • Steam Meters, Kent-Hodgson, 420
  • Steam, Super-saturated, Professor Mellanby and Mr. Kerr, 714
  • Steam Turbine Reliability and Design, 486, 514
  • Steam Wagon, 6-Ton Undertype, R. Garrett and Sons, Limited, 384, 388 (Two-page Supplement, April 7th, 1922)
  • Steel--see Iron and Steel
  • Steinheil, George J., 1600 B.H.P. Nobel-Diesel Marine Engine, 91, 102, 126 ; (Letter), 476
  • Still Engine--see Engines
  • Stockholm, Metallografiska Institutet of, Open Meeting, 676
  • Strength or Stress in Vessels--see Ships
  • Stresses, Calculable and Incalculable, 499
  • Superheaters at Birmingham, Dee Superheaters, Limited, 305
  • Surfacing Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Surveys, Marine, E. Latham and P. Harrison, 614

T

  • TELEPHONE Secrecy, 417
  • Telephones, Mine Type, Safety of, 219
  • Telephonic Communication with Northern Ireland, 354
  • Temperature Indicators, Temperature Clock- driven Recorder, Siemens Brothers, Limited, 77
  • Testing Hardness--see Time Element, andc.
  • Testing Machines for Springs, Hardness, Impact, Cement, Rubber, andc., W. and T. Avery, Limited, 238
  • Testing Machines--see also Foundry Trade Exhibits
  • Thawing Sheds--see Coal
  • Thermionic Valve, Practical Applications of, J. Joseph, 308
  • Thermo Compressor for Evaporators, Prache and Bouillon, 531, 532
  • Thermometer for Hot Rollers, Negretti and Zambra, 468
  • Thermometers, andc.--see also Foundry Trade Exhibits
  • Thompson, Professor F. C., and Mr. E. White- head, on Mechanical Properties of Nickel Silvers, 351
  • Thomson, R. W., and Road Locomotion, Colonel R. E. Crompton, 670
  • Thornycroft, Sir J., on Future Design of Road Vehicles, 581
  • Thrust Boring by Manual Operation, Mangnall- Irving Machine, 280
  • Tidal Berths, Maintenance of, Ernest Latham, 87
  • Tiles--see Roofing
  • Time Element in Hardness Testing, Amsler and Co.ís Calibrating Apparatus, 424
  • Tobin, T. C., on a Method of Determining the Natural Period of Vibration in Ships, 445
  • Tools, Engineers', Small, C. A. Vandervell and Co., 305, 542
  • Toothless Pinion, The "Autopitch," W. R. Darling, 247
  • Tractor, French Agricultural, Monsieur LíHer- mite, 729
  • Trains--see Railways
  • Tramway Rails, L.C.C., Corrugation of, 66, 74 ; (Letters), 248, 279, 519
  • Transport in the Congo State, 425
  • Transport Facilities in the Port of London, Sir C. R. S. Kirkpatrick, 556
  • Transport, Inland Water, Neville Chamberlain, 581
  • Transport, Post-war Problems of, "James Forrest" Lecture, Sir J. A. F. Aspinall, 500 ; (Letter), 578
  • Tugs--see Ships
  • Turbine Blading, Multi-exhaust, Metropolitan- Vickers Electrical Company, 409
  • Turbine Gear Cutting Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Turbine, Old and New Types, Oerlikon Company, 409
  • Turbine Reduction Gearing, 471
  • Turbines, High and Low-pressure, at an American Power Station, 231
  • Turbines, High-pressure Steam, at Bargoed Power Station, British Thomson-Houston Company, Limited, 202
  • Turbines, Low-pressure Francis, and High- pressure Pelton Wheel for Mill Driving, 173, 184
  • Turbines, Steam--see also Steam
  • Turbines, Various Sizes, Steam Consumption of, 406
  • Turbo-alternators and Turbo-generators--see also Electrical Matters

U

  • UNITED States Patent Applications, 528
  • Utilisation of Exhaust Steam, andc., Ingham Haden, 109
  • Utilisation of Steam, M. Kammerer, 311
  • Utilisation of Waste Heat, andc., F. N. Whysall, 109

V

  • VALPARAISO Port Works, 634
  • Valve, Automatic Control, for Hydraulic Presses, Barton-Carr, Manlove, Alliott and Co., Limited, 308
  • Valve Gear, The "Mansa," for Atlas Pass-out Steam Engine, 604
  • Valve--see also Thermionic
  • Valves of Air Compresor Cylinders, Sullivan Machinery Company, 111 ; (Letter), 124
  • Valves, High-pressure, with "Nickloy" Seatings, Hunt and Mitton, Limited, 305
  • Vibration--see Ships

W

  • WAGON, 6-Ton Undertype Steam, R. Garrett and Sons, Limited, 384, 388 (Two-page Supplement, April 7th, 1922)
  • Wagons, Railway--see Rolling Stock
  • Wall, A. T., Electric Welding Applied to Steel, andc., 218, 246
  • Washington--see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Waterloo Station, Formal Opening, 336
  • Water Meters and Waterworks Plant : Valve, Electric ; Cole Recording Pitometer ; Homeyard Hydraulic Valve, andc., Glenfield and Kennedy, Limited, 264
  • Water Power in Jugo Slavia, 178
  • Water Power in the Western Ghats, 618
  • Waterway, Alternative, 186
  • Welding, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Welding, Metal, American Research in, 698
  • Welding, Oxygen Blow-pipe Method, Hyde Welding Company, Limited, 263
  • Welding, Petrol-driven Portable Set for Arc Welding and other Electric Welding Plant, Premier Electric Welding Company, Limited, 263
  • Welding, Railway Metals Damaged by, 496
  • Westgren, A., and G. Phragmen, X-ray Studies on the Crystal Structure of Steel, 541, 642
  • Westminster Hall Roof, 642
  • Westwood, Arthur, on Assay of Gold Bullion, 352
  • Wheels, Chilled Iron, 606
  • Whitaker, F. P., Rotary Converters and Railway Electrification, 221, 247--see also 216
  • Whysall, F. N., on Utilisation of Waste Heat from Electric Generating Stations, 109
  • Wilkie, J., on Double Reduction Gears in the SS. Melmore Head, 419, 423
  • Willox, William, All-electric Automatic Power Signalling on the Metropolitan Railway, 354
  • Winch, Steam-driven, Treble-drum, Friction, British Steel Piling Company, 506
  • Wireless as an Aid to Transport, Captain Riall Sankey, 557
  • Wireless Communication, Imperial, Professor W. H. Eccles, 527, 532
  • Wood, Plastic, 230
  • Woodworking Machinery, Band Sawing Machine and Band Saw Guide, A. Ransome and Co., Limited, 219, 240
  • Wordingham, C. H., on British Standard Specifications for Motor Starters, 277

WORKS :

  • - Carels' Factory at Ghent, 488, 550, 554 (Two- page Supplement, May 5th, 1922)
  • - Cole, Marchent and Morley, Prospect Foundry, Bradford, 210, 214
  • - Factory Size and Efficiency, Considerations on, Henry Baker, 292
  • - Flour Mill, A Modern, Messrs. W. Vernon and Sons, Limited, 612, 616, 627, 664, 686, 696
  • - General Electric Company's Works at Witton, 152, 156
  • - Machine Tool Works, Re-equipment of, Alfred Herbert., Limited, 276
  • - Nottingham Works, Railway Rolling Stock, Cammell Laird and Co., Limited, 268, 269, 272
  • - Omnibus, London General, Company, Overhauling Depot at Chiswick, 121, 130, 137
  • - Steel Foundry in a Garden City, Kryn and Lahy Metal Works, Limited, 636, 637
  • WORLD Power Conference, 716
  • Worm Gear Tools--see Machine Tools
  • Worm Reduction and Change-speed Gearing, Major E. C. Hatcher, 352 ; (Correction), 393 ; (Letter), 394
  • Wright, H. T., on the Flood Problem in China, 600

X

  • X-RAY Studies--see Iron and Steel

Y

  • YOUNG, Robert, on Timothy Hackworth and the Locomotive, 251 ; (Letters), 279, 296

Z

  • ZINC Dust for Sherardising, L. McCulloch, 591

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