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The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1922 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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A

  • ACCIDENTS, Railway--see Railways
  • Accurate Measurement--see Measurement
  • Aerial Cableways for Laying Concrete and Gravel for Construction of Canal Lock Walls, andc.,261
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • - Air Services in Northern Africa, 19
  • - Battleships and Aircraft, 119
  • - Metal Aeroplane Construction, All-steel Biplane, Boulton and Paul, Limited, 458
  • - Paris Aero Show, 694
  • - Turbo-compressors for Aeroplanes, Professor A. Rateau, 472, 476 ; (Letter), 560
  • AGRICULTURAL Lime, Future of, 389
  • Agricultural Machinery at the Royal Show. Cambridge, 8, 12, 36, 40--see Separate Headings, also Engines and Electrical Matters
  • Ahrons, E. L.. Short Histories of Famous Firms, 29, 160, 570, 580
  • Air Compressors--see Compressors
  • Air Pumps--see Pumps
  • Air Purification, The Vigoratair, H. Smethurst and Sons, 390
  • Air-steam Mixtures. Study of, L. A. Wilson and C. R. Richards, 662, 684
  • Aitchison, L., and G. R. Wood vine, on Changes in Volume of Steels During Heat Treatment, 266
  • Alloys and Aluminium--see also Institute of Metals
  • Aluminium Bronze Money, French, 74
  • American Continuous Baking Oven, 214
  • American Flue Dust Sintering Plant, 48
  • American Highway Suspension Bridge, 97
  • Ammunition, Surplus, Breaking Down, 116
  • Annealing, 68
  • Antimony in China, 97
  • Argentina, Water Power in, 439
  • Argentine Oilfields, 228
  • Armstrong, Dr. E. F., Lecture on Some Problems in Chemical Industry, 492

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES :

  • Association, British :
  • - Meeting in Hull. 251. 277. 278. 292. 293. 294. 331, 334, 359, 364
  • -- SECTION A, MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL SCIENCE :
  • - Significance of Crystal Analysis, Sir William Bragg, 292 SECTION B, CHEMISTRY :
  • - Fuel Economy Committee Report. Coal Situation, Oil Fuel Supplies, Present and Future, 334, 364
  • - Nitrogen Industry, 359 SECTION G :
  • -- Cement Manufacture and Application. 331
  • -- Compound Stresses, 359
  • -- Economic Steam Production. 292
  • -- Economy in Bridge Design. 278
  • -- Electric Ignition, 359
  • -- Influence of Rivet Holes, 278
  • -- Ministry of Transport. New Rules, 277
  • -- Motor Ship. Propelling Machinery, 293
  • -- Strength of Railway Bridges, 277
  • -- X-rav Electrons, Professor R. Whiddington,
  • --SECTIONS L AND G, EDUCATIONAL AND ENGINEERING :
  • -- Teaching of Mathematics, 331
  • Association, Diesel Engine Users' :
  • - Care and Maintenance of Diesel Engines, George E. Windeler, 447, 478
  • - Marine Diesel Engines, H. F. P. Purday, 153
  • - Running and Operating Marine Diesel Engines, A. J. Brown, 690
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester
  • - Boiler Plant Efficiency, W. M. Selvey, 643
  • - Opening Meeting, Awards for Papers, 407
  • - Presidential Address, Mr. Daniel Adamson, 407
  • Institute, Iron and Steel
  • - Autumn Meeting, 96, 239, 265, 282, 406
  • - Bases of Modern Blast-furnace Practice, A. K. Reese, 239, 406
  • - Brinell Machine Attachment, E. D. Campbell, 266

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • Institute, Iron and Steel (continued):
  • - Changes in Volume of Steels During Heat Treatment, L. Aitchison and G. R. Woodvine, 266
  • - Diminution of Lag at Ari through Deformation, J. H. Whiteley, 240
  • - Flow of Steel at Red Heat, T. H. S. Dickenson, 265
  • - McConway Process for Production of Steel Discs. Demonstration, 240
  • - Magnetic Properties of Heat-treated Carbon Steels, E. D. Campbell and E. R. Johnson, 266
  • - Manufacture and Treatment of High-speed Steel, H. K. Ogilvie, 265. 282
  • - Nitrogenisation of Iron and Steel by Sodium Nitrate. L. E. Benson, 240
  • - Provisional Programme, List of Papers, 96
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • - Presidential Address, Sir George Goodwin, 348
  • Institute of Metals :
  • - Aluminium Corrosion Research Sub-Committee, Report. J. E. Clennell, 320
  • - Aluminium. Effects of Overheating and Melting on. Dr. W. Rosenhain and Mr. J. D. Grogan, 319
  • - Antimony-bismuth System, Maurice Cook, 346
  • - Autumn Meeting at Swansea, 152, 298, 306, 319, 345
  • - Cause of Red Stains on Silver Plate, A. Jefferson, 346
  • - Cleaning of Aluminium Utensils, P. Seligman and P. Williams, 347
  • - Constitution and Age-hardening of Alloys of Aluminium with Copper, andc., Miss M. L. V. Gaylor, 319
  • - Copper-rich Aluminium-copper Alloys, D. Stockdale, 320
  • - Corrosion Research Committee, Report, Dr. Guy D. Bengough and Mr. J. M. Stuart, 307
  • - Effect of Superheated Steam on Non-ferrous Metals Used in Locomotives, Sir H. Fowler, 307
  • - Grain Size and Diffusion. Professor J. H. Andrew and Mr. Robert Higgins, 307
  • - Hardness of Brasses, F. W. Harris, 345
  • - Intermetallic Actions : The System Thallium- Arsenic, G. A. Mansuri, 346
  • - Linear Shrinkage of Cast Metals, Dr. F. Johnson and Mr. W. G. Jones, 345
  • - Programme of Meeting and List of Papers, 152
  • - Science of Human Effort, Dr. R. S. Hutton, 298, 306
  • - Structure of Eutectics, F. L. Brady, 346
  • - Visits to Works, 319, 320
  • - White Metals, Captain J. Cart land and Others, 319
  • - BIRMINGHAM LOCAL SECTION :
  • -- Influence of Iron on Copper and Copper Alloys, Dr. F. Johnson, 412
  • Institute of Transport:
  • - Railway Management, Presidential Address Sir Sam Fay, 361
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers :
  • - High Compression High-speed Engine versus Low Compression Low-speed Engine, Debate, Major F. Strickland and Mr. H. R. Ricardo, 492
  • - Presidential Address, Colonel D. J. Smith, 379
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • - Floor, andc., of the Forth Bridge, Strengthening, W. A. Fraser, 633
  • - Pass List, October Examinations, 1922, 565
  • - Presidential Address, Dr. W. H. Maw, 500
  • - MANCHESTER AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION :
  • -- Presidential Address, Mr. J. B. L. Meek, 488
  • - NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE ASSOCIATION :
  • -- Utilisation of Water and Tidal Power, Presidential Address, R. F. Hindmarsh, 616

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • - Domestic Load Building, F. Gillott, 614
  • - Electric Arc Welding Apparatus and Equipment, J. Caldwell, 689
  • - Kathode Ray Oscillograph, Western Electric Company, 557
  • - Pass Lists, October Examinations, 1922, 591 ; (Correction), 633
  • - Possibility of Transmission by Underground Cables of 100,000/150,000 Volts, A. M. Taylor, 664
  • - Power Factor, Improvement of, Gisbert Kapp (The Late), 561
  • - Presidential Address, International Telephony, Mr. Frank Gill, 486
  • - INFORMAL SECTION :
  • -- Canada and the United States, Electrical Progress in. B. Welbourn. 583
  • -- Importance of Commercial Knowledge to the Engineer. President, Mr. F. Gill, 535
  • - LIVERPOOL SUB-SECTION :
  • -- Electric Light Wiring, Discussion, 578
  • - LONDON STUDENTS SECTION :
  • -- Joint Visit to South Wales, 201
  • - WIRELESS SECTION :
  • -- Direct Reading Thermionic Voltmeter, E. B. Moulin. 634
  • -- Radio Direction-finding Installations, Effects of Local Conditions, R. L. Smith Rose and R. H. Barfield, 562
  • Institution of Heating and Ventilating Engineers:
  • -- Autumn General Meeting, 419
  • -- Heating and Ventilating of Passenger Ships, J. L. Musgrave, 419
  • -- Some Points in the Law of Heating Engineers Contracts, Robert Fortune, 419
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • - Ball and Roller Bearings, Lecture, A. W. Macaulay, 578
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • - Air Compressors, and Note on Testing Air Compressors, William Reavell, 582, 586
  • - Electric Locomotives, Sir Vincent Raven, Discussion, 546
  • - Presidential Address, Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw, 434
  • - Reclamation Plant and its Operation, Gascoigne Lumley, 659, 668
  • - Restoration and Preservation of Westminster Hall Roof, Lecture by Sir Frank Baines, 494
  • - Super-charging for Aero-engines, Turbocompressor for Greatest Speeds in Aviation. Professor A. Rateau, 472, 476
  • - Thomas Hawksley Lecture on Some Recent Researches on Lubrication, Dr. T. E. Stanton, 598
  • - NORTH-WESTERN BRANCH :
  • -- Cotton Opening. Mixing and Carding Machinery, H. Wilkinson, 550
  • -- Thomas Hawksley Lecture on Lubrication, Dr. T. E. Stanton, 628
  • - GRADUATES' ASSOCIATION :
  • -- Joint Visit to South Wales, 201
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • - Contrary Turning Co-axial Propeller Screws, General G. Rota, 43
  • - Proportions and Block Coefficients of Merchant Steamers, W. J. Lovett, 43
  • - Sir Philip Watts on Papera by Sir E. d'Eyncourt and Major Fea, 63
  • - Stability of Large Ships, Sir John Biles, 43
  • - Summer Meetings in Paris, 14, 18, 43, 46
  • - Tendency of Warship Design as Affected by the War, Sir Eustace díEyneourt, 14, 18
  • - Testing of Materials for Shipbuilding, Professor L. Guillet, 43, 46
  • - Visits and Social Functions in France, 43
  • - Washington Conference, Some of the Consequences of, with Regard to Naval Construction, Major L. Fea, 14

ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders :
  • - Torsional Oscillations and Marine Reduction Gearing, A. T. Thorne and J. Calderwood, 547
  • Society of Chemical Industry:
  • - Annual Meeting in Glasgow. 33
  • - Calibration of Storage Tanks, Dr. J. W. McDavid, 33
  • - Chemical Engineering Conference, Papers by P. Parrish, Ammoniucal Liquor Stills; N. A. Walmsley, Tar Distilling ; Professor J. W. Hinchley, Evaporation in Chemical Factories ; Glycerine Manufacture, 33
  • - Messel Memorial Lecture, Professor H. E. Armstrong, 33
  • - Presidential Address, Dr. R. F. Ruttan, 33
  • - LONDON SECTION :
  • -- Presidential Lecture, Some Problems in Chemical Industry, Dr. E. F. Armstrong, 492
  • Society of Glass Technology :
  • - First Meeting of the Session at York, 468
  • - Frank Wood Medal Awards, 606
  • - Mediaeval Glass Painting, J. A. Knowles. 468
  • - Modern Developments in Stained and Painted Glass, H. J. Powell, 468
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering :
  • - Four-stroke and Two-stroke Cycle Engines, A. 8. Watkinson, 578
  • Society, Royal Aeronautical :
  • - Fatigue in Metals, C. F. Jenkin, 612
  • Society, Royal, of Arts :
  • - Hot Wire Microphone and its Applications to the Problems of Sound, Major W. S. Tucker, 600
  • ATMOSPHERIC Pollution, J. B. C. Kershaw, 2
  • Audiometer, Professor Low, 335
  • Australasian Engineering Notes, 477, 501, 588, 686
  • Australia, Cotton Cult ure in, 201, 384
  • Austrian Works--see Works
  • Autohorse, S. E. Leach, Limited, 58

B

  • "BACK Pressure" Process Steam Problem, G. James Wells, 674
  • Baines, Sir Frank, on the Restoration and Preservation of Westminster Hall Roof, 494
  • Baker, Henry, Accurate End Measurement on Machines Using a Screw, 81 ; (Letter), 281
  • Baking Oven, Continuous. An American, 214
  • Balancing Machine, Dynamic, Lawaczec-Hey- mann, 201
  • Ball and Roller Bearings. A. W. Macaulay, 578
  • Band Re-sawing Machine, T. Robinson and Son, Limited, 44
  • Barrage, The Sukkur, Proposed, 190
  • Barrage, Vaal River Scheme and, W. Ingham, 576 (Two-page Supplement, December 1st, 1922)
  • Batignolles Tunnels, Demolition of, 530
  • Beare, Professor T. Hudson, on the Railway Gauge Problem in Australia, 251
  • Bearings and Bearing Metals, 581
  • Beet Sugar Factory. The Kelharn, 161, 170, 184, 187, 210
  • Bengough, Dr. Guy D., and Mr. J. M. Stuart.. Report to the Corrosion Research Committee, 307
  • Benson. E. L., on the Nitrogenisation of Iron and Steel by Sodium Nitrate, 240
  • Biles, Sir John, on the Stability of Large Ships,
  • Blast-furnacesónee Iron and Steel
  • Boats--see Ships
  • Boiler Furnaces, Volumetric Dimensions of, 217
  • Boiler, Hot Water, Wash-out Systems, 669
  • Boiler Plant Efficiency, W. M. Selvey, 643
  • Boiler Tubes, Slag Encrusted, Report by H. H. Bates, 504
  • Boilers, Oil-fired ,Vulcan system, on the Canadian Pacific Liner Empress of Australian, 4, 84 (Two-page Supplement, July 7th, 1922)
  • Boilers, Stirling and Babcock, at Gennevilliers Power Station, 242
  • Boilers, Water-tube, The Nesdrum. Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Limited, 166, 167
  • Boilers--see also Steam
  • Boot and Shoe-making Machinery, 382, 418
  • Borehole, Deep--see Pumps
  • Boring Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Bragg Sir William, on the Significance of Crystal Analysis, 292
  • Brakes, Railway--see Railways
  • Brazil, Railways and Engineering Works in, 559
  • Brewer, F. M on American Locomotive Pioneer. Built 1836, 90
  • Budge, American Highway Suspension, 95
  • Bridge Design, Standardisation and. 331
  • Bridge, Reinforced Concrete, Over the River Pambayaur, Southern India, 410, 411
  • Bridges, Railway--see Railways
  • Brimstone versus Pyrites. 196
  • Brinell Ball Test, 329 ; (Letter), 408
  • Brinell Machine Attachment, E. D. Campbell, 266
  • Briquetting Plant--see Iron
  • British Cast Iron Research Association, 689
  • British Commercial Gas Association, Annual Conference, 366, 417
  • British Foundrymen's Association, American Methods of Manufacturing Iron Castings, E. Touceda, 175
  • Broadcasting--see Wireless
  • Brown. A. J., on Running and Operating of Manne Diesel Engines, 690
  • Brown Coals and Lignites, 688
  • Buenos Aires, City of, Improving the, 228
  • Bulgarian Telegraph and Telephone Material Manufacturing Company, 548

C

  • CAISSON, Ferro-concrete, for the Petroleum Spirit Dock on Manchester Ship Canal 324 326
  • Caldwell, J., Electric Arc Welding Apparatus and Equipment, 689
  • Cameron, J., on Semi-steel, 149
  • Canadian Motor Road Roller, M. de Wind, 366
  • Canadian Pulp and Paper Industry, Water Power in, 15
  • Canal, Marseilles-Rhone, 432, 442
  • Canal, Meuse-Waal, Meuse Lock on, 235, 261
  • Capital, Manufacturing, Influence Batches on, A. Whitehead, 518
  • Cartland, Captain J., and Others, Metals, 319
  • Castings, Centrifugal, F. E. Hurst , 7:
  • Castings--see also Iron
  • Catalogues, 47, 80, 106, 125, 182, 208, 701
  • Cement Manufacture and Application, 331
  • Chemical Industry, Problems in, Lecture, Dr. E. F. Armstrong. 492
  • China, Successful Mining Enterprise in, Kailan Mining Administration, 296, 438, 439
  • China's Roads, 461, 470, 682
  • Chinese Engineering Notes, 42, 68. 146, 196, 264, 358, 438. 583 ; (Letter), 214
  • Chlorination of Water, 198
  • Circulating Water Screen at Leicester Electric Supply Station, F. W. Brackett and Co.. Limited, 628
  • Coal (Anthracite and Bituminous) Handling. Screening and Sorting Plant, 654
  • Coal and Iron in Siberia, 380
  • Coal Mining, Successful Enterprise in China, 296
  • Coal Pusher for Locomotive Tenders, 615
  • Coal Situation--see Fuel Economy
  • Coal, Submerged Storage of, 112
  • Coal Wharf and Machinery of the North- Western Fuel Company of America, 595, 608, 623, 653
  • Coals, Brown, and Lignites, 688--see also Fuel Economy Report
  • Coates, W. A., on High-voltage Switchgear Developments, 198
  • Cold Water Thawing in Placer Mining, Charles Janin, 253
  • College and Workshop, 172; (Letter), 188
  • Colorimetric Method of Analysis for Sewage Effluents, R. C. S. Walters and V. G. Pickering, 602
  • Coming Commercial Competition, 119
  • Compressor. Planche Rotary, 280
  • Compressors, Air, William Reavell. 582
  • Compressors, Air, Testing. W. Reavell, 586
  • Concrete Block-making Machinery, Goodwin, Barsby and Co.. Limited, 58 ; Clyde Engineering Works, 58
  • Concrete Cylindrical Bins for Coal Storage, 85
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Bridge Over River Pambayaur, Southern India, 410, 411
  • Concrete and Reinforced Concrete, and Plant in Construction of Meuse-Waal Canal, 235, 261
  • Concrete Roads in Manchester, J. B. L. Meek. 375 ; (Letter), 408
  • Concrete Slabs, Pre-cast, Road Paved with, Z. E. Scvison, 75
  • Condenser, Ramsay Rotary Evaporative, 93, 100
  • Condensing Plant, Surface, Mirrlees Watson Company, 70 ; (Letters), 112, 168
  • Condensing, Surface, Plant and Auxiliaries, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Limited, 403, 414
  • Constantinesco System of Wave Transmission of Power, 446
  • Contracts, 54, 80, 103, 129, 158, 205, 229, 260, 354, 408, 453. 481. 512, 537, 568, 594, 622, 652, 680
  • Copper and Copper Alloys, Influence of Iron on, Dr. F. Johnson, 412
  • Corrosion, 13, 357 ; (Letter), 34
  • Corrosion as Affecting Metals Used in Mechanical Arts, Dr. W. H. Hatfield. 639
  • Corrosion Research--see Institute of Metals
  • Cotton and Cloth Machinery--see Textile
  • Cotton, Cultivation of in Australasia, 240
  • Cotton Culture in Australia, 201, 384
  • Cotton Opening, Mixing and Carding Machinery, H. Wilkinson, 550
  • Coupling. Railway--see Railways
  • Crane, 40-Ton Breakdown, for Jamaica, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Limited, 616 ; (Letter), 630
  • Crane, 100-Ton Overhead Electric, Vaughan Crane Company, Limited, 554, 562
  • Crane, Portable, with Petters Oil Engine. Herbert Alexander and Co., Limited, 37, 40
  • Crane Works--see Works
  • Cranes, 30-Cwt. Hydraulic Wharf, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 126
  • Cranes, 15-Ton Steam Travelling, for Morocco, Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 174, 175
  • Cream Separator, Watson, Laidlaw and Co., Limited, 57
  • Cross-Channel--see Ships
  • Crystal Analysis, Significance of, Sir William Bragg, 292
  • Crystallisation, 195
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 24, 53, 78, 104, 130, 156, 180, 206, 232, 258, 286, 312, 340, 370, 398, 426, 454, 482, 510, 538, 566, 592, 620, 650, 678, 702

D

  • DEELEY, R. M., on the Theory of Static Friction, 610
  • Deflection Testing--see Railway Locomotives
  • Deformation During Machining, Avoiding, A. Whitehead, 98
  • d'Eyncourt. Sir Eustace T., on the Tendency of Warship Design as Affected by the War, 14, 18--see also 63
  • Dickenson. T. H. S., on Flow of Steel at Red Heat, 265
  • Diesel Engines--see Engines Users' Association Papers--see Associations
  • Dock, Floating Dry, Reinforced Concrete, 2000-Ton, at Trieste, 10
  • Dock, Floating--see also Floating
  • Dock, Gladstone, at Liverpool, Extensions to, 83, 92
  • Dock, Petroleum Spirit, on the Manchester Ship Canal. 324, 328
  • Drainage and Subsoiling Machines. Tests of, 445
  • Draining Machine, Buckeye Traction Ditcher Company, 38
  • Dredger, Suction, for Reclamation Work, 659
  • Drill, Rock--see Rock Drill
  • Dynamic Balancing Machine, Lawaczec-Heymann, 201
  • Dynamometer, Draw-bar, for Testing Tractors, G. W. Watson, 59

E

  • ECONOMIC Steam Production, Discussion, 292
  • Educational Intelligence. 80, 208, 326, 464, 630
  • Efficiency of Water Turbines, 34
  • Einstein's Doctrine, Validity of, 668

ELECTRICAL MATTERS

  • - Accident with an Electric Lamp, 103
  • - Accidents, Electrical, 93
  • - Australia, Electricity Enterprise in. 245
  • - Automatic 2-Kilowatt Lighting Set, Portable Electric Power Plant, Austin Motor Company. Limited. 36, 40
  • - Broadcasting and Wireless Matters--see also Wireless
  • - Canada and the United States, Electrical Progress in, B. Welbourn, 583
  • - Celtic Lighting Set, 1.25-Kilowatt, Donald Brown and Co., Limited, 36
  • - Chernikeeff Electric Submerged Log, 308
  • - Domestic Load Building, Ac., W. A. Gillott, 610, 614
  • - East of Scotland Electricity District, 533
  • - Electric Arc Welding Apparatus and Equipment, J. Caldwell, 689
  • - Electric Light Wiring, Discussion on, 578
  • - Electric Road Tract ion, 168
  • - Electric Transformers, 110,000-Volt, Ferranti, Limited, 422
  • - Electricity Commission, 533
  • - Electricity Supply, 415
  • - Electrolytic Methods of Hydrogen Gas Production. John B. C. Kershaw, 315
  • - Electrolytic Zinc Works in Tasmania, 289, 300
  • - Gas-driven Power Plant Using Wood Fuel, Crossley Brothers. Limited, and Premier Gas Engine Company, 194, 202
  • - Gennevilliers Central Power Station, 31
  • - Gennevilliers Electric Power Station. 242, 267, 270, 294, 336 (Two-page Supplement, September 22nd, 1922)
  • - Hastings Electricity Works, Extensions, 533
  • - High -pressure Cables, A. M. Taylor, 664
  • - High-voltage Switchgear Developments, W. A. Coates. 198
  • - Hydro-electric Schemes--see Hydro-electric Industrial Electric Heating, J. G. Pearce, 226
  • - Insulation Tester, Evershed and Vignoles, Limited. 391, 392
  • - Japan, Electrical Undertakings in, 522
  • - Kathode Ray Oscillograph, Western Electric Company, Frank Gill on, 557
  • - Leicester, New Supply Station, 10,000- Kilowatt Turbo-alternator and other Equipment, 627
  • - Lighting Set, Semi-automatic Oil Engine- driven Electric, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 625
  • - Lighting Sets at the Royal Show, 36, 59
  • - Linear Electric Heating System, 205
  • - Locomotives, Electric--see Railway Locomotives
  • - Magneto with Stationary Armature, British Lighting and Ignition Company, 384
  • - Mill Motor, 3200 H.P., Double Armature Flywheel Motor Generator Set for Large Rolling Mill and Shop at Sheffield. 134 (Two- page Supplement, August 11th, 1922)
  • - Million-Volt Transformer, General Electric Company, 557
  • - Modern Transformers, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 584
  • - North Wales and Chester Electricity District, 417
  • - North-West Midlands Electricity District, 164
  • - Peru, Electrical Markets of, 408
  • - Physicist, The, and the Electrical Engineering Industry. 440
  • - Power Factor Correction, Gisbert Kapp (The Late), 555, 561
  • - Power Factor Correction, New Device for, T. F. Wall. 574
  • - Railways and Rolling Stock, Electric--see Railways and Railway Matters

ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):

  • - Rotary Converters, 1500-Volt, 674
  • - Rotary Converters, 1500* Volt, 50-Cycle, Oerlikon Company, 252
  • - Scherbins Rolling Mills, Double Range, Electrical Equipment for, British Thomson- Houston Company, Limited, 516, 526
  • - Semi-outdoor Sub-stations, 643
  • - Singapore Electrical Supply, Report, 99
  • - South African Electricity Bill, 188
  • - Swedish Electric Furnace for Smelting Iron Ore, 5
  • - Synchronising Gear, Automatic, Brown, Boveri and Co., 253
  • - Textile Machinery, Electrical Operation of, 390
  • - Thermionic Valves on Public Supply Systems, P. D. Lowell, 281
  • - Thermionic Voltmeter, Direct Reading, E. B. Moulin, 634
  • - Turbo-generator, 3000-Kilowatt, at Park Gate Ironworks, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Limited, 216, 220
  • - Turbo-generator Sot, 40,000-Kilowatt, 267, 270, 272
  • - Venezuela, Electrical Developments in, 585
  • - Victoria, Electric Development in, 304
  • - Walsall Electricity Undertaking, 632
  • - Wireless Exhibition and Telephony Equipment, 352
  • ELECTROLYTIC--see Electrical Matters
  • Elevator for Root-cutting Machines, E. H. Bent all and Co., Limited, 59

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • - Ailsa Craig Motor Company's New Marine Motor, 151
  • - Aster 10 H.P. Marine Engine and Reversing Gear, 394
  • - Camellaird-Fullagar Marine Diesel Engine, Tests of, 140 ; (Letter), 188
  • - Diesel Engine Users' Association Papers--see Associations
  • - Four-stroke and Two-stroke Cycle Engines, A. S. Watkinson, 578
  • - Gas Engines for Electric Power Plant Using Wood Fuel, Premier Gas Engine Company, 194, 202
  • - High Compression High-speed v. Low Compression Moderate Speed, Debate between Major F. Strickland and Mr. H. R. Ricardo, 492 ; (Letter), 524
  • - Lifeboat, Motor, New D.E. Engine, Royal National Lifeboat Institution, 656 ; (Erratum), 704 (Two-page Supplement, December 22nd, 1922)
  • - Marine Engines at the Marine and Small Craft Exhibition :
  • -- Brunton's 6 B.H.P. Two-stroke Engine, 558
  • -- Evinrude Motor Company's Ono or Two- cylinder "Inboard" Marine Motors, 558, 559
  • -- Reed's Double-acting Hot-bulb Engine, 558, 559
  • - Marine Motor Design, 247
  • - Motor Car, 12-14 H.P. Engine, Crossley Motors, Limited, 491
  • - Motor Car, Six-cylinder Sleeve Valve Engine, Daimler Company, 523, 524
  • - Motor Car, Four-cylinder 11.4 H.P. Engine, Humber Company, 490
  • - Motor Car, Six-cylinder 21.6 H.P. Engine, Rolls-Royce, 489
  • - Motor Car, Four-cylinder 20 H.P. Engine Unit, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 462
  • - Motor Car, Four-cylinder Valveless Engine, Trojan, L. Hounstield, 522, 523
  • - Motor Car, Four-cylinder 14 H.P. Engine, Wolseley, 544, 545
  • - Motor Liner Adda, Diesel Main Propelling and Auxiliary Engines for, Harland and Wolff, Limited, 587, 624, 636
  • - Motor Ship, Propelling Machinery, 293
  • - Royal Show, Cambridge, Engines at :
  • -- Oil Engines, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Limited, 57 ; Petters, Limited, 59 ; Sir VV. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 59; Bamford, Limited, 59 ; Clayton and Shuttle worth, Limited, 59 ; Blackstone and Co., 59
  • -- Paraffin Engines Driving Dynamo and Air Compressor, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Limited, 36, 37
  • -- Portable Steam Engine, Single-cylinder Steam Traction Engines, Marshall, Sons and Co., Limited, 9
  • -- Sleeve Valve Engines, Wallace (Glasgow), Limited, 37, 40
  • -- Suction Gas, Petrol or Paraffin Engine, Wood Refuse Suction Gas Plant and Engine, National Gas Engine Company, Limited, 36, 40
  • -- Traction Engines, Steam and Petrol, Wm. Foster and Co., Limited, 58 ; Clayton and Shuttleworth. Limited. 59 ; R. Garrett and Sons, Limited, 59
  • - Smithfield Club Show, Engines at :
  • -- Aveling and Porterís Traction Engine, 604, 605
  • -- Foster, William, and Co., Limited, 5-Ton Compound "Wellington" Steam Tractor, 604, 605
  • - Marshall's Hot-bulb Two-stroke Oil Engine, 604 ; (Correction), 626
  • -- Petrol and Paraffin Engines, R. A. Lister and Co.. Limited, 625
  • -- Petters' Small Oil Engines, Lighting and Pumping Sets, andc., 604
  • -- Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Limited, 3.5 B.H.P. "Wizard" Vertical Oil Engine, 605
  • -- Ruston and Hornsby 15 B.H.P. Oil Engine, 606
  • -- Traction Engine, Wallis and Steevens, Limited, 626
  • -- Wagon, Steam Engine, W. Foster and Co., Limited, 604, 605
  • - Stationary Engine for Hauling Trains up Cowlairs Incline, 1842, E. L. Ahrons, 570
  • - Steam Engine Valve Leakage, J. E. Rycroft, 62
  • - Ss. City of Nagpur, Quadruple-expansion Engines, Workman, Clark and Co., Limited, 378, 379
  • - Swedish Solid Injection Oil Engine, 290
  • ENGINEERING Notes--see Chinese, French, Indian, Australasian
  • Engineering, Scholarships in, 560
  • Engineering, School of, Giza, Egypt, 69
  • Engineers and Professors, 41
  • Excavator, The "Clere," Wellman Smith Owen Engineering Corporation, 611

EXHIBITIONS :

  • - British Empire Exhibition, 496, 548
  • - Marine and Small Craft Exhibition, 558
  • - Motor Car Shows, 462, 489, 498, 522, 544
  • - Nation's Food Exhibition, 266
  • - Paris Aero Show. 694
  • - Royal Show at Cambridge, 8, 12. 36, 40, 57
  • - Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition, 1923, 615
  • - Shoe and Leather Fair, 382, 418
  • - Smithfield Club Show, 604, 625
  • - Textile Machinery Exhibition in Manchester, 362, 390
  • - Wireless Exhibition, 352

F

  • FACING Points--see Railways
  • Factors Influencing the Grain and Bond in Moulding Sands, C. W. H. Holmes, 240
  • Factory--see Works
  • Fairs--see Exhibitions
  • Far East, 387
  • Fatigue in Metals, C. F. Jenkin, 612, 637
  • Fay, Sir Sam, on Railway Management, 361
  • Fea, Major, on the Washington Conference and Naval Construction, 14--see also 63
  • Federated Malay States, Mining in, 142
  • Fibre in Metals, 499
  • Fine Grinding in the Potteries, 222
  • Fire - engine, Hand - drawn Motor, Dennis Brothers, Limited, 57
  • Firms, Famous, Short Histories of, E. L.
  • Ahrons :
  • - Hawthorn, R. and J W., Leslie and Co., Limited, 29
  • - Neilson and Co., 570, 580
  • - Yorkshire Engine Company, Limited, 160- For List of Locomotives nee Railway Locomotives
  • Flax Puller, Mechanical, Marshall, Sons and Co., Limited, 9, 12
  • Fleetwood Automatic Telephone Exchange, 474, 475
  • Floating Dock, Self-docking, Surabaya Dry Dock Company, 96 (Two-page Supplement, July 28th, 1922)
  • Floating Dock--see also Dock
  • Floating Dry Dock at Rotterdam, 228
  • Floating Dry Dock for Southampton, 420, 421
  • Floating Elevator for Construction of the Meuse-Waal Canal, 261, 263
  • Flood Discharge and the Dimensions of Spillways in India, George B. Williams, 321 ; (Letter), 350
  • Flour Machinery, Thomas Robinson and Son, Limited, Cyclone Grain Cleaner, Wheat Stoner and Washer, Radiator Conditioner, Roller Mill, 8, 9
  • Flour Roller Mill and Grain Cleaning Machinery, E. R. and F. Turner, Limited, 57
  • Forbes, W. A. D., on the Internal Combustion Turbine, 224
  • Forest Concessions in Bulgaria, 201
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 26, 54, 80, 106, 132, 158, 182, 208, 234, 260, 288, 314, 342, 372, 400, 428, 456, 484, 512, 540, 568, 594, 622, 652, 680, 704
  • Forward, E. A., on Simon Goodrich and His Work as an Engineer, Part I., 1796-1805, 431
  • Fottinger Transformers--see Ships
  • Foundrymen, British Institution of, Paper on Semi-steel, by J. Cameron, 149
  • Fowler, Sir H., on Superheated Steam and Nonferrous Metals, 307
  • France and Foreign Trade, 330
  • Fraseir, W. A., Strengthening the Floor, andc., of the Forth Bridge, 633
  • Freezing Works, Proposed, at Rosario, 350
  • French Aluminium Bronze Money, 74
  • French Colonial Public Works, 86, 110
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - 25, 53, 79. 105, 131, 157, 181, 207, 233, 259. 287, 313, 341, 371, 399, 427, 455, 483, 511, 539, 567, 593, 621, 650, 679, 703
  • - Air Propellers for Boats, 539
  • - Alcohol Motor Fuels, 651
  • - Automatic Brakes, 621
  • - Automatic Signals, 567
  • - Automatic Train Control, 79
  • - Aviation, 427
  • - Basset Steel Process, 53
  • - Bridge Contracts. 483
  • - Capsizable Boats, 25
  • - Coefficients, 399
  • - Colonial Developments, 427
  • - Colonial Works, 593
  • - Commercial Aeroplanes, 181
  • - Commercial Treaties, 539, 679
  • - Contracts from Poland, 511
  • - Currency and Trade, 207
  • - Customs Reform, 483
  • - Direct Process Steel, 287
  • - Dumping, 567
  • - Dunkirk, 25, 455
  • - Electrical Distribution, 79
  • - Electric Road Vehicles, 651
  • - Engineering Strike, 105, 233
  • - Exchange Rato, 455
  • - Explosive Anthracite, 621
  • - Foreign Trade, 233
  • - Franco-British Trade, 427
  • - Fuel Economies, 539
  • - German Machinery, 287
  • - German Trade Relations, 371
  • - Gliders, 181, 207
  • - Havre Strike, 259
  • - Higher Prices, 703
  • - Hydraulic Laboratory, 567
  • - Hydraulic Works, 233
  • - Increasing Costs, 621
  • - Industrial Heating, 651
  • - Industrial Investments, 207
  • - Industrial Progress, 593
  • - Industries, New, 53
  • - Inventions, 399
  • - Iron Ore and Coke, 259
  • - Labour, 157
  • - Liquid Fuels, 207, 399
  • - Living Costs, 313
  • - Marine Charts, 259
  • - Marseilles, 79
  • - Miners' Wages, 25
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES (continued):
  • - Motor Rail Traction, 131
  • - Moving Platforms, 259, 621
  • - Natural Gas, 593
  • - Naval Construction, 679
  • - New Markets, 427
  • - Orders from Poland, 679
  • - Paris Metropolitan, 105
  • - Paris, Port of, 131
  • - Pig Iron, 621
  • - Port of Tangier, 341
  • - Public Works, 567, 593
  • - Pulverised Coal, 105
  • - Rail Motors, 313
  • - Railway Accidents, 511
  • - Railway Catastrophe, 157
  • - Railway Conference, 155
  • - Railway in Difficulties, 511
  • - Railway Electrification, 511
  • - Railway Material, Orders for, 567
  • - Railway Rates, 455
  • - Railwaymen, 313
  • - Reconstruction, 105, 703
  • - Reconstruction Work, 313
  • - Reparation Scheme, 53
  • - Reparations, 25, 539
  • - Restriction on Foreign Enterprise, 703
  • - Rhone Scheme, 679
  • - Rolling Stock, 53
  • - Saar Cokes, 131
  • - Seamen's Strike, 341
  • - Situation, The, 371, 651
  • - State Railways, 157
  • - Steam Plant Orders, 157
  • - Street Paving, 399
  • - Suction Gas Lorries, 181
  • - Swiss-Ocean Railway, 79
  • - Tariff Coefficients, 651
  • - Trade Crisis, 53
  • - Trade with Germany, 341
  • - Trade improvement, 233, 511
  • - Trade Policy, 483
  • - Trade Returns, 105
  • - Trans-African Railway, 341
  • - Trans-Saharan Transport, 703
  • - Tunnelling the Faucille, 131
  • - Unemployment, 181
  • - Working Hours, 131, 287
  • FRENCH Motor Cur Design, 388
  • French National Testing Laboratory, 168
  • French Suction Gas Lorries, 332
  • French Trials of Suction Gas Vehicles, 228
  • Friction, Static, Theory of, R. M. Deeley, 610
  • Fuel Commission in France, 222
  • Fuel Economy Report: -Coal Situation; Oil Fuel Supplies, Present and Future, 334, 364 ; Chemistry of Coal ; 364 ; Brown Coals and Lignite, 365 ; Domestic Heating and Cooking Appliances, 365 ; Steam Raising and Power Production, 366 ; Appendix, 393 ; Smoke Abatement, 393 ; Summary of Results, 394
  • Fuel Pumps--see Pumps
  • Furnace for Smelting Iron Ore, Swedish Electric, 5
  • Furnaces--see also Boilers and Ironworks
  • Future of Agricultural Lime, 389

G

  • GAS-DRIVEN Power Plant Using Wood Fuel, Crossley Brothers, Limited, and Premier Gas Engine Company, 194, 202
  • Gas Engines--see also Engines
  • Gas Lorry--see Lorry
  • Gas Meter, The Thomas, 111
  • Gas Producer, Wood Refuse, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 37
  • Gas, Suction, Wood Refuse, Producer and Engines, National Gas Engine Company, Limited, 36, 40
  • Gas, Suction--see also Suction
  • Gaseous Fluid Ejector, Henry A. Hepburn, 401, 429 ; (letters), 505, 524, 578
  • Gennevilliers--see Electrical Matters
  • German Industry Since the War, Development of, 533
  • Gill, Frank, on International Telephony, 489, 499
  • Gillott, W. A., on Domestic Load Building, 610, 614
  • Giza, Engineering School of, 69
  • Gladstone Dock, Liverpool, Extensions to, 83, 92
  • Glasgow Harbour, Reconstruction of Plantation Quay, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 137, 144
  • Gloss Paint ing, Mediaeval, J. A. Knowles, 468
  • Glass, Stained and Painted, Modern, H. J. Powell, 468
  • Goodrich, Simon, and His Work as an Engineer, Part L, 1796-1805, Compiled by E. A. Forward, 431
  • Grain Size and Diffusion, Professor J. H. Andrew and Mr. Robert Higgins, 307
  • Grinding Machines set Machine Tools
  • Guillot, Professor L., on Testing Materials for Shipbuilding, 43, 46

H

  • HAMMER, Single-blow Pneumatic Power, B. and S. Massey, Limited, 534
  • Hardness, 13
  • Harrow, "Spading," James and Fredk. Howard, Limited, 57
  • Hatfield, Dr. W. H., on Corrosion as Affecting Metals Used in Mechanical Arts, 639
  • Hawksley, Thomas, Lecture--see Institution of Mechanical Engineers
  • Heat Balances, 41
  • Heat Pump, T. B. Morley, 27
  • Heating, Electrical--see Electrical Matters
  • Hepburn, Henry A., on the Gaseous Fluid Ejector, 401, 429 ; (Letters), 505, 524, 578
  • High Compression--see Engines
  • Highway Construction in China, 694
  • Hindmarsh, R. F., on the Utilisation of Water and Tidal Power, 610
  • Histories, Short, of Famous Firms, E. L. Ahrons :
  • - Hawthorn, R. and W., Leslie and Co., Limited, 29 ; Neilson and Co.t Hyde Park Locomotive Works, Glasgow, 570, 580 ; Yorkshire Engine Company, Limited, 160 - for list of Locomotives, tee Railway Locomotives
  • Holmes, C. W. H., on Factors Influencing the Grain and Bond in Moulding Sands, 210
  • "Hortiplow," The Titan, Motes, Limited, 38
  • Hot Wire--see Microphone
  • Hours, Working--see Labour
  • Hudson River Vehicular Tunnel, Ventilation of the, 542
  • Hulutao Harbour, Manchuria, 192
  • Hurst, F. E., on Centrifugal Caatinga, 72
  • Hutton, Dr. R. S., on the Science of Human Effort, 298, 300
  • Hydraulic Punching Machine, Rollings and Guest, Limited, 125
  • Hydraulic Spring Testing Machine, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 534
  • Hydrautomat, Allen Hydrostatic Pump Syndicate, 21 ; (Letters), 34, 60
  • Hydro-electric Plant, Extra High Heid, Fully Generating Station, Switzerland, 88
  • Hydro-electric Project, Sila. Italy, 304
  • Hydrogen Gas Production, Electrolytic Method, J. B. C. Kershaw, 315
  • Hydrohoist, Crawley Agrimotor Company, Limited, 59

I

  • IMPROVERS' Training School, 556
  • India, Flood Discharge and the Dimensions of Spillways in, George B. Williams, 321
  • Indian Engineering Notes, 98, 152, 200, 228, 326, 602, 664
  • India's Import Trade, 304
  • Industries, Insurance by, 601
  • Ingham, W., on Vaal River Scheme and Barrage, 576 (Two-page Supplement, December 1st, 1922)
  • Insulation--see Electrical Matters
  • Insurance by Industries, 601
  • Internal Combustion Turbine, W. A. D. Forbes, 224
  • International Electrotechnical Commission, 638
  • International Railway Congress--see Railways

IRON AND STEEL :

  • - American Methods of Manufacturing Iron Castings, E. Toueeda, 175
  • - Annealing, 68
  • - Bases of Modern Blast furnace Practice, A. K. Reese, 239, 406, 463, 505 : (Letter), 505
  • - Bilbao Iron Ore Market, 585
  • - Blast furnace Practice, Cosmo Johns, 412
  • - Brinell Machine Attachment, E. D. Campbell 266
  • - Briquetting Plant for Iron Ores, Sutcliffe Speakman and Co., Limited, 148, 149
  • - Changes in Volume of Steels During Heat Treatment, L. Aitchison and G. R. Woodvine, 266
  • - Corrosion Research Committee see Institute of Metals
  • - Devonshire Works of the Staveley Coal and Iron Company, 242, 246
  • - Diminution of Lag at Ari Through Deformution, J. H. Whiteley, 240
  • - Electric Smelting of Pig Iron in Sweden, 5
  • - Flow of Steel at Rod Heat, T. H. S. Dickenson, 265
  • - French Production of Cast Iron, 502
  • - Influence of Iron on Copper--see Copper
  • - Influence of Rivet Holes, J. S. Wilson and Professor B. P. Heigh, 278
  • - Japan, Iron and Steel Industry in, 616
  • - Magnetic Properties of Heat-treated Carbon Steels, E. D. Campbell and E. R. Johnson, 266
  • - Manufacture and Treatment of High-speed Steel, H. K. Ogilvie, 265, 282
  • - Moulding Sands, Grain and Bond in, C. W. IL Holmes, 240
  • - Nitrogenisation of Iron and Steel by Sodium Nitrate. L. E. Benson, 240
  • - Non-metallic Enclosures in Steel, 528
  • - Park Gate Ironworks, 216, 220 (Two-page Supplement, September 1st, 1922)
  • - Pig Iron, Manufacture of, in New Zealand, 47
  • - Preservation of Iron and Steel, Dr. Newton Friend, 450
  • - Rolled Steel Motor Lorry Wheels, Bethlehem Company, 45
  • - Semi-steel, J. Cameron, 119
  • - Siberia, Coal and Iron in, 380
  • - "Simple" Carbon Steels, 247
  • - Steel Making in England, Early History of, Rhys Jenkins, 672 ; (Letter), 629
  • IRRIGATION Water, Skimming Rivers for,
  • Irrigation Works. South African, 384
  • Irvine, Principal J. C., on the Organisation of Research, 238
  • Italian Automobile Industry, 638

J

  • JAPAN, Over-production in, 548
  • Japanese Copper Industry. 559
  • Jenkin, C. F., on Fatigue in Metals, 612, 637
  • Jenkins, Rhys, on Early History of Steel Making in England, 572 ; (Letter), 629
  • Johns, A. W., on the Stability of the Sailing Warship, 94, 108, 133, 159, 183
  • Johns, Cosmo, on Blast-furnace Practice, 412
  • Johnson. Dr. F., on Influence of Iron on Copper and Copper Alloys, 412

K

  • KAILAN Mining--see China
  • Kapp. Gisbert (The Late), on Power Factor Correction, 555, 561
  • Kelhain Factory--see Works
  • Kershaw, John B. C., on Atmospheric Pollution, 2
  • Kershaw, John B. C., on the Electrolytic Methods of Hydrogen Gas Production, 315

L

  • LABORATORIES--see French Rubber

LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES AND WAGE QUESTIONS:

  • - Economic Basis of Wages, 276
  • - Hours and Output, 443
  • - Payment by Results, 357
  • - Personal Factor in Industry, 329
  • - Railway Labour, 472
  • - Railways and Unemployment, 581
  • - Road Works to Assist Unemployment, 322
  • - Working Hours, Committee's Report, 363, 377
  • LAUNCHES and Trial Trips, 26, 54, 80, 103, 155, 234, 260, 453, 509, 537, 565, 649, 677
  • Lead Mine, Mill Close, Derbyshire, Sale of, 681
  • LEADERS :
  • - Annealing, 68
  • - Battleship Programme, 638
  • - Battleships and Aircraft, 119
  • - Bearings and Bearing Metals, 581
  • - Brimstone vermin Pyrites, 196
  • - Brinell Ball Test, 329
  • - College and Workshop, 172
  • - Coming Commercial Competition, 119
  • - Condensation of Steam, 93
  • - Corrosion, 13, 357
  • - Cruising Endurance of Submarines, 275
  • - Crystallisation, 195
  • - Domestic Load, 610
  • - Economic Basis of Wages, 276
  • - Electrical Accidents, 93
  • - Electric Locomotives, 555
  • - Electricity Supply, 415
  • - Engineers and Professors, 41
  • - Far East, 387
  • - Fatigue, 637
  • - Fibre in Metals, 499
  • - Fine Grinding in the Potteries, 222
  • - Fleet Reductions and Comparative Strength, 171
  • - Franco and Foreign Trade, 330
  • - Hardness, 13
  • - Heat Balances, 41
  • - Highway Construction in China, 691
  • - Hours and Output, 413
  • - International Railway Conference, 302
  • - International Telephony, 499
  • - Light Railways, 221
  • - Marino Motor Design, 247
  • - New Battleships, 471
  • - Non-metallic Enclosures in Steel, 528
  • - Payment by Results, 357
  • - Personal Factor in Industry, 329
  • - Power Factor Correction, 555
  • - Propulsion of Submarines, 527
  • - Pure Metals, 387
  • - Railway Bridges, 301
  • - Railway Labour, 472
  • - Railway Working in Fog, 528
  • - Railways and Unemployment, 581
  • - Responsibilities of the Stevedore, 301
  • - Safety Regulations for Saw Mills, 693
  • - Shipbuilding Industry, Position of the, 196
  • - "Simple" Carbon Steels, 247
  • - Speeding-up on the Underground, 357
  • - Standardisation Again, 693
  • - Student in the Factory, 415
  • - Theory of Lubrication, 609
  • - Trade Problems, 172
  • - Training of Naval Engineers, 667
  • - Twelve Months of Railway Du-control, 145
  • - Vague Specifications, 443
  • - Validity of Einstein's Doctrine, 668
  • - Vindication of the Capital Ship, 67
  • - Wireless Telephony, 145
  • LEATHER Measuring Machine, Turner Tanning Machinery Company, Limited, 418
  • Leather Working--see also Exhibitions, Shoe and Leather Fair
  • Leicester--see Electrical Matters

STTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS :

  • - England, North of, 22, 50, 76, 102, 128, 154, 178, 179, 204, 230, 256, 284, 285, 310, 338, 339, 368, 396, 424. 452, 480, 481, 508, 536, 564, 590, 618, 648, 676, 700
  • - Lancashire, 21. 49, 75, 101, 127, 153, 177, 203, 229, 255. 283, 309, 337, 339, 367, 369, 395, 423, 451. 479. 481, 507, 535, 563, 589, 617, 647, 649, 675, 699
  • - Midlands and Staffordshire, 21, 49, 75, 101, 127, 153, 177, 203, 229. 255, 283, 309, 337, 367, 395, 423, 451, 479, 507, 535, 563, 589, 617, 619, 647, 675, 699
  • - Scotland, 23, 51, 77, 102, 129, 155, 179, 205, 231, 257, 285, 311, 339, 369, 397, 425, 453, 481, 508, 537, 565. 591, 619, 648. 677, 701
  • - Sheffield, 22, 50, 76, 102, 128, 154, 178, 204, 230, 256, 284, 310, 338, 368, 396, 424, 452, 480, 508, 536, 564, 590, 618, 648, 676, 700
  • - Wales and Adjoining Counties, 23, 51, 77, 103, 129, 155, 179, 205, 231, 257, 285, 311, 339, 369, 397, 425, 453, 481, 509, 537, 565, 591, 619, 649, 677, 701

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • - Accurate End Measurement, Hy. Baker, 337 ; A. C. Wickman, 281
  • - Avoidable Waste in Locomotive Operation, F. W. Brewer, 10 ; Win. T. Hoecker, 33
  • - Breakdown Cranes. Craven Brothers (Man cheater), Limited, 630
  • - Bridges--see Corrosion, Economy. Nickel Steel, Railway
  • - Brinell Ball Test, P. V. Vernon, 408
  • - British Engineers in India. M.I.C.E., 337
  • - Bronze Slide Valves, Western, 281
  • - Channel St earners, W. B. Thompson, 578
  • - Chinese Purchases of Foreign Materials, J. Whittail and Co., Limited, 214
  • - Concrete Roads. J. H. Walker, 408
  • - Corrosion, Bridge Engineer, 34
  • - Corrosion Puzzle, P. V. Vernon, 673
  • - Diesel's Patent of 1892, H. Riall Sankey. 112; T. Orchard Lisle, 243
  • - Double Reduction Geared Turbines, Palmer's Shipbuilding and Iron Company, Limited, 243
  • - Economiser, The Case for the, Julius Frith, 10
  • - Economy in Bridges, Albert S. Spencer, 337
  • - Electric Cooking, Adam G. Whyte, 60
  • - Electric Locomotives, W. P. Durtnali, 629 ; Cecil G. Howsin, 673 ; Ernest G. Pink, 673
  • - "Electricals" Examinations, W. F. Gresswell, 630
  • - Energy in the Atmosphere, 11. R. Kumpe, 473

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):

  • - Errors of Gauging, Axel C. Wickman, 606, 686 ; R. E. Crumpton, 629 ; Wm. Taylor. 630 ; H. J. Thomson, 630 ; T. W. Cooper, 630 ; P. Bishop, 673 ; A. Bramwell, 673
  • - Expenses of Applicants, Applicant, 60
  • - Filing Drawings, W. G. G., 350
  • - Flood Discharge and the Dimensions of Spillways, A. Fairlio Bruce, 350
  • - Gas from Sewage Filters, A. J. Martin, 60
  • - Gaseous Fluid Ejector, Interested, 505, 578; H. A. Hepburn, 524
  • - George Richards' Fund, L. N. Burt, 449
  • - Glasgow and South-Western Railway Baltic Locomotive, R. H. Whitelegg, 578
  • - Gliders, Economist, 244, 350 ; Enquirer, 337 ; A Dubious Scot, 350
  • - Hardness Scales, R. M. Leslie, 112
  • - Helical Goars, C. E. Stromeyer, 578
  • - High Compression in Petrol Engines, Geo. T. Pardoe, 524
  • - History of Stool Making. L. P. Sidney, 629
  • - Hollow Coil Springs, A. V. Roe, 474
  • - Human Side, Timon, 630 ; Alexander McLean, 673 ; Robert Keddie, 686
  • - Hydrautomat, G. M. R.. 34
  • - Indicating Opposed-piston Engines, H. A. D. Acland, 188
  • - Japanese Trade, An Out-land Voyager, 380 ; Columbus, 449 ; Traveller, 474
  • - Kapp, Dr. Gisbert, The Late, Goo. Cawley, 188
  • - Local Electricity Supply v. Bulk Supply, W. S., 448 ; Geo. A. Warburton, 473; J. N. Waite, 504
  • - Modern Flour Mill. W. Worby Beaumont, 10
  • - Nickel Steel for Bridge Construction, F. B. N. White, 380 ; Conrad Gribble, 408
  • - Porosity of Castings, C. E. B.. 168
  • - Railway Bridges, Student, L.C.E., 336, 419 ; Conrad Gribble, 408
  • - Repair of an Old Canal Lock, Arthur Walker, 629
  • - Specialisation or Team Work. F. A. P., 559
  • - Steam Engine Problem, K. P., 630
  • - Steam Jet Air Ejectors, H. A. Hepburn, 168
  • - Student in the Factory, A. F. T.. 449 ; Student , 473 ; Ono of Thom, 473
  • - Surface Condensing Plant, R. Velut, 112
  • - Timothy Hack worth and the Locomotive, andc., J. G. H. Warren, 380
  • - Tenons of Railing Bars, G. Halliday, 578
  • - Tragedy of the Small Engineer, C. Watts, 112
  • - Train Speeds of 90 Miles per Hour, T. W., 560
  • - Turbo-compressor and Aviation, W. J. Stern, 560
  • - University Degrees and Engineering Appointments, B.Sc., 188
  • - Vane Wheel Propellers, Archibald Denny, 60
  • - Water Raising, N. S. (Illustrated), 60 ; Alan Sullivan, 168
  • LIQUID Fuels, Progress in, 446

LITERATURE

  • Reviews :
  • - Direction and Position Finding by Wireless, R. King, 556
  • - Electric Railway Traction, F. W. Carter, 95, 276
  • - Electric Ship Propulsion, Commander S. M. Robinson, 277
  • - Filtration, T. Roland Wollaston, 121
  • - George Washington, Life of, Henry G. Prout, 487
  • - Heat Treatment of Soft and Medium Steels, F. Giolitti, 276
  • - Metallography, Cecil H. Desch, 95
  • - Metallography and Micrography, Introduction to the Study of, Leon Guillot and Albert Portevin, 147
  • - Navigation Interieure : Canaux, andc., O. Jacquinot, 147, 223
  • - Patents for Inventions, J. Ewart Walker and R. Bruce Foster, 389
  • Short Notices :
  • - All-electric Age, The, A. Gowans-Whyte, 95, 695
  • - Alternating-current Electrical Engineering, Philip Kemp, 197
  • - Annuaires des Ports Beiges, 1922 Edition. 695
  • - Automatic Pumping, and Notes on Water Analysis, andc., W. W. Fyfe, 95, 197
  • - Boiler Plant Testing, David Brownlie, 223
  • - Coal Mining Industry of the United Kingdom, andc., Finlay Gibson, 223
  • - Electrical Circuits and Circuit Connection4, W. R. Bowker, 488
  • - Electrical Engineering Testing, B. G. D. A. Parr, 197
  • - Electrical Handling of Materials (Vol. III., Electric Cranes), H. H. Broughton, 488
  • - Electrical Undertakings, Manual of, Emile Garcke, 121, 173
  • - Electrician, Tin , Annual Tables, andc., 223
  • - Engineering Workshop Handbook, Ernest Pull, 223
  • - Garcke and Fells Factory Accounts, 95
  • - Hydraulics, Elementary, F. C. Lea, 197, 223
  • - Insulating Varnishes in Electro-technics, Arthur R. Matthis, 121
  • - Magnetism and Electricity, B. J. Paley York, 121, 223
  • - Mechanical Handling and Storing of Material, G. F. Zimmer, 173, 223
  • - Metal Cutting Tools, A. L. de Leauw, 95, 223
  • - Metals Used in Marine Engineering, Practical Treatise on. W. H. Colpitis, 95, 223
  • - Molesworth, Sir Guilford, Life of, E. J. Molesworth, 389
  • - Railway Permanent Wav, W. Hep worth, 695
  • - Refrigeration, Practical, for Marine Engineers, H. E. Roberts, 95, 223
  • - Standard Handbook for Electrical Engineers, 556
  • - Steam Power Plant. Auxiliaries and Accessories. T. Croft, 197
  • - Willing's Press Guide, 1922, 95
  • - Wireless, Popular and Concise, Lieut.- Colonel G. G. C. Crawley, 556
  • Books Received :
  • - Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Re- forts and Memoranda. No. 246, J. R. Pannell and Others, 223
  • - Aeronautical Research Committee, Reports and Memoranda, No. 761, H. Glauert and I. L. Peatfleld, 223

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued);
  • - Aluminium Repairing, W. H. H. Platt, 699
  • - Anglo-South American Handbook for 1922, W. H. Koebel, 69
  • - Birmingham Exchange Directory, 223
  • - British Empire Patent Conference, Report, 1922, 197
  • - British Engineering Standards Association :
  • -- British Standard Specification, Chemical Fire Extinguishers, 69, 223
  • -- Publication No. 83, 1922, Aircraft Dope and Protective Covering, andc.; Aircraft Material : Aluminium Tubes ; Heat Treatment of Light Aluminium Alloy for Aircraft Purposes ; Heat Treatment of Wrought Y Alloy for Aircraft Purposes ; Storage of Aircraft Timber, andc., 5
  • -- No. 9, 1922, Bull-head Railway Rails, 147
  • -- No. 128, 1922, Dimensions and Resistances of Bare Annealed Copper Wire for Electrical Machinery and Apparatus, 223
  • -- No. 153, 1922, Parts 1 and 2, Girder Bridges ; Part 1, Materials; Part 2, Workmanship, 244
  • -- No. 108, 1922, Graphical Symbols for Electrical Purposes, 223
  • -- No. 7, 1922, Insulated Annealed Copper Conductors, andc., 147
  • -- No. 143, 1922, Long Sweep Type Malleable Iron Pipe Fittings. andc., 147
  • -- No. 154, 1922, Malleable and Soft Cast Iron Pipe Fittings, andc., 147
  • -- No. 96, 1922, Parallel-sided Carbon Brushes for Direct-current Commutator Machines, 244
  • - Buff Book, October, 1922, 699
  • - Calculus, Outlines of the, Terry Thomas, 223
  • - Catalysis, Newer Theories of Chemical Action, 95
  • - Chart of Rates, Allowances for Income Tax, Ac., C. H. Tolley, 197
  • - Chemical Engineering Design, General Principles of, Hugh Griffiths, 359
  • - City and Guilds of London Institute, Department of Technology, Programme for Session 1922-1923, 244
  • - Coal in International Trade, A. J. Sargent, 147
  • - Coal Tar Colours in the Decorative Industries, A. Clarke, 95
  • - Czecho slovak Republic, Jaroslav Cesar and F. Pokorny, 197
  • - Dams, Design and Construction of, Ac., E. Wegmann, 121
  • - Department of Scientific and Industrial Research :
  • - Food Investigation Board :
  • -- Report- No. 10, Inspection of Canned Foods, W. G. Savage, 95
  • -- Report No. 7, Preservation of Food by Freezing, Walter Stiles, 95
  • - Fuel Research Board :
  • -- Report No. 4, Tests on Ranges and Cooking Appliances, A. H. Barker, 95
  • - Der Kreistr.iger, Dr. Ing. G. Unold, 147
  • - Design of Masonry Structures and Foundations, C. C. Williams, 244
  • - Dynamos and Electric Motors, Working of, 69
  • - Empire Forestry, Vol. I., March, 1922, 69
  • - Encyclopedie Leaute L'Azote, andc., Louis Hackspill, 95
  • - Encyclopedie Leaute : Les Progres de la Metallurgic du Cuivre, Augusto Conduche, 95
  • - Fitters, Turners and General Machinists, Workshop Handbook, Ernest Pull, 147
  • - Flow of Liquids in Pipes, Norman Swindin, 359
  • - Gloucestershire Council : Annual Report of Highways, Works, Ac., Committee, 197
  • - Happy India as it Might be Guided by Modern Science, Arnold Lupton, 121
  • - Heat, W. J. R- Calvert, 359
  • - Heating, Ventilating and Domestic Engineering, 223
  • - Income Tax, Excess Profits Duty, andc., C. H. Tolley, 95
  • - Income Tax Guide, H. W. Palmer, 359
  • - Income Tax and Supertax, 1842-19L3, Oliver and Boyd, 197
  • - Industrial and Economic Situation in Greece, Report, E. C. D. Rawlins, 244
  • - Industrial Motor Control, Direct-current, T. A. Dover, 95
  • - Institute of Metals, Journal of the, G. Shaw Scott, Vol. XXVII., 223
  • - Institution of Civil Engineers : List of Members, July 1st, 1922, 197
  • - Institution of Railway Signal Engineers, "Proceedings," 1921, M. G. Tweedie, 223
  • - Jigs, Tools and Fixtures : Their Drawing and Design, Philip Gates, 69
  • - Kyushu Imperial University, Japan, College of Engineering, 147
  • - Labour Policy, False and True, Lynden Macassey, 359
  • - Law Relating to Electrical Energy in India, J. W. Meares, 699
  • - Les Axiomes de la Mecamque, Paul Painleve, 223
  • - Lubrication and Lubricants, J. H. Hyde, 699
  • - Machine Shop Mathematics, G. Wentworth, D. E. Smith, and H. D. Harper, 359
  • - Machine Tool Operation, Part 2, H. D. Burghardt, 244
  • - Marine Diesel Oil Engines, J. W . M. Sothern, 223
  • - Marine Engines, A. Ritchie Leask, 121
  • - Marine Insurance for the Shipper, Joshua Lea, 699
  • - Materials of Chemical Plant Construction : Non-metals, Hugh Griffiths, 359
  • - Mechanics, Part. I., George Thompson and G. H. Leslie, 244
  • - Ministry of Munitions and Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Technical Records of Explosives Supply. 1915-1918, No. 7, Manufacture of Nitric Acid, andc., 173
  • - Model Electric Locomotives and Railways, Henry Greenly, 95
  • - Motor Car Index, 1922, J. F. Atkinson, 223
  • - National Physical Laboratory : Collected Researches, Vol. XVI., 1921, 121
  • - Notes Economiques d'un Metallurgists, Camille Cavallier, 69
  • - Patent Smokeless and Semi-smokeless Fuels, J. A. Greene and F. Mollwo Perkin, 699

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Philadelphia Commercial Museum, andc., J. J. Macfarlane, 699
  • - Practical Accounting for General Contractors, H. D. Grant, 244
  • - Production Engineering and Cost Keeping for Machine Shops, W. R. Bassett and Johnson Heywood, 244
  • - Pumping in the Chemical Works, Norman Swindin, 359
  • - Railway Claims Explained, G. Fraas and M. Baldwin, 95
  • - Railway Signalling, Automatic, F. Raynar Wilson, 699
  • - Railways and Railway Securities, F. C. Betts, 95
  • - Reinforced Concrete, R. J. H. Hudson. 223
  • - Sammlung Goschen Electrotechnik Ein-fuhrung in die Starkstromtechnik, I.: Die Physikalischen Grundlagen, Professor J. Hermann, 244
  • - Scottish Canals and Waterways, Edwin A. Pratt, 699
  • - Shield and Compressed Air Tunnelling, B. H. M. Hewett and S. Johannesson, 699
  • - Shipping, Glasgow, 1922, 359
  • - Shipping, Liverpool, 1922, 359
  • - Shipping, London, 1922, 359
  • - Shipping, North-East Coast, 1922, 359
  • - Smokeless City, E. D. Simon and Marion Fitzgerald, 173
  • - South Wales and Monmouthshire School of Mines Calendar, Session 1922-23, 197
  • - South Wales and Monmouthshire University, of, and School of Mines, Regulations, and., 197
  • - Standard Handbook for Electrical F. F. Fowle, 699
  • - Steel Thermal Treatment, J. W. 147
  • - Tolley's Income Tax Tables, 1920-22 and 1922-23, C. H. Tolley, 197
  • - Trade, Industries and Productions of British South Africa, C. W. F. Harrison, 173
  • - Una-flow Steam Engine, Professor Dr. Ing. J. Stumpf, 121
  • - Untersuchungen an Kondensations-Luft - pumpen, Dr. Ing. K. Hoefer, 147
  • - Vacuum, Henry A. Fleuss, 95
  • - War Record of the London and North- Western Railway, E. A. Pratt, 95
  • - Weighing and Measuring of Chemical Substances, H. L. Malan and A. I. Robinson, 359
  • - Westinghouse, George, A Life of, H. G. Prout. 223
  • - Wireless at Home, H. de A. Donisthorpe, 95
  • - Within the Atom : Electrons and Quanta, John Mills, 121
  • - Woollen and Worsted Spinning, Aldred F. Barker, 699
  • - Year Book of the Michigan College of Mines, 1921-22, 699
  • LLOYD'S Register--see Ships
  • Lock--see Canal
  • Locomotive Power, E. C. Poultney, 248
  • Locomotives. Oil, for the Gold Coast, McEwan Pratt and Co., Limited, 646
  • Locomotives, Railway--see Railways
  • Log--see Ships
  • London Traffic Problem, F. Rings and T. C. Hood, 200
  • Loom Patents Extended, 153
  • Lorry Conversion Attachment, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 38
  • Lorry, Motor, Wheels, Rolled Steel, Bethlehem Company, 45
  • Lorry, 6-Ton Steam, Fodens, Limited. 625
  • Lorry, 3-Ton Suction Gas, J. I. Thomycroft and Co., Limited, 19
  • Lorries, French Suction Gas, 332
  • Lubrication, Recent Researches on, Thomas Hawksley Lecture, Dr. T. E. Stanton, 598, 609, 628
  • Lumley, Gascoigne, on Reclamation Work and its Operation, 659, 668

M MACHINE TOOLS :

  • - Armour Plato Grinding Machine, Tasker's Engineering Company, Limited, 308
  • - Surface Grinding Machine, Vertical Spindle, Lumsden Machine Company, Limited, 688
  • - Surfacing and Boring Machine, Large, H. W. Kearns and Co., Limited, 360, 361
  • - "Turner-Macrof" Milling Machine, E. R. and F. Turner, Limited, 626
  • MACHINING, Avoiding Deformation During, A. Whitehead, 98
  • Magneto, New Type, with Stationary Armature, British Lighting and Ignition Company- 384
  • Manchester, Concrete Roads in, J. B. L. Meek, 375 ; (Letter), 408
  • Manchester Exhibition--see Exhibitions
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Petroleum Spirit Dock on, 324, 328
  • Manchester Wireless Broadcasting Station, 670
  • Marconi, Senatore, on Radio Telegraphy, 225
  • Marine Motor Design, 247
  • Marseilles-Rhone Canal, 432, 442
  • Maw, Dr. W. H., Presidential Address. 500
  • Measurement Machines Using a Screw, Accurate End Measurement on, Henry Baker, 81 ; (Letters), 281, 336
  • Meek. J. B. L., on Concrete Roads in Manchester, 375 ; (Letter), 408
  • Metal Aeroplane--see Aeronautics
  • Metals, Fatigue in, C. F. Jenkin, 612, 637
  • Metals, Fibre in, 499
  • Metals, Pure, 387
  • Metals--see also Institute of Metals
  • Meuse Lock on the Meuse-Waal Canal, Dr. L. R. Wentholt, 235, 261
  • Microphone, Hot Wire, and its Applications, Major W. S. Tucker. 600
  • Mine, American, Octagonal Shaft at, 644
  • Mineral Statistics, Our, 596
  • Miners, Entombed, Signalling by Wireless Telegraphy to, Tests, 551
  • Mining in the Federated Malay States, 142
  • Mining, Kuilan Administration, China, 296, 438, 439
  • Mining, Placer, Cold Water Thawing in, Charles Janin, 253
  • Mobile Batches, Influence of, on Manufacturing Capital, A. Whitehead, 518
  • Model of Steam Turbine Mechanical Drive, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 390
  • Mole Drainer, Martin's Cultivator Company, Limited, 37, 40
  • Money--see French
  • Montreal Harbour, Improvement of, 305
  • Morley. T. B., on the Heat Pump, 27
  • Motor Car Design, French, 388
  • Motor Cars at the Shows :
  • - Crossley Motors, Limited. New Type Four- cylinder, 12-14 H.P., 491, 492, 498
  • - Daimler and B.S.A. Companies, 16 H.P. Six- cylinder Chassis, 492, 523, 524
  • - Four-cylinder 22.4 H.P. Vauxhall, 545
  • - G.W.K. Friction-driven, 544
  • - Gwynnes Engineering Company, Limited, 8 H.P.. 490, 491, 498
  • - Herbert Engineering Company, Limited, 492
  • - Humber Company, 8 H.P., 11.4 H.P. and 15.9 H.P.. 490 498
  • - Lancia 13.9 H.P.. 489. 490, 498
  • - Rolls-Royce 20 H.P.. 489, 498
  • - Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 16 H.P. and 20 H.P.. 462
  • - Sunbeam Motor Car Company, Limited. Allround Brakes. Perrot Front Wheel Brake, Servo Mechanism. 492, 522
  • - Trojan, L. Hounsfield, Leyland Motors, Limited, 522, 523
  • - Wolseley 14 H.P. Motor Car, Carburetter and other Details, 544
  • Motor Car Lubrication, 545
  • Motor Cycle Noises and the Low Audiometer, 335
  • Motor Road Roller, N. de Wind, 366
  • Motor Road Roller with Scarifier. Oxford Steam Plough Company, Limited, 100
  • Moulding--see Iron and Steel
  • Mower "Cutmore." for Fordson Tractors, Afred Dugdale, Limited, 58

N

  • NATURAL Gas in France, 151
  • Naval Matters--nee Ships

NEWCOMEN SOCIETY :

  • - Meetings, 431, 572, 574
  • - President Elected, Mr. Loughnan Pendred, 574
  • - Early History of Steel Making in England, Rhys Jenkins, 572 ; (Letter), 629
  • - Simon Goodrich and his Work as an Engineer, Part 1., 1796-1805, Compiled by E. A. Forward, 431
  • - NEW Holland Railway Pier, Strengthening, 450
  • Nitrogen Industry, 359
  • Non-metallic--see Iron

O OBITUARY :

  • - Bell, Alexander Graham, 121
  • - Godfrey, William Bernard, 173
  • - Hubert, Professor Herman Victor, 350
  • - Kapp, Gisbert, 173; (Letter), 188; (Correction), 223
  • - Rigg, James, 699
  • - Watson, Edward Augustus, 250
  • - White, R. Saxton, 173
  • - Wilson, John, 520
  • OGILVIE, T. H., on Manufacture and Treatment of High-speed Steel, 265, 282
  • Oil in Australia, Search for, 116
  • Oil Fuel--see also Fuel Research
  • Organisation of Research, Principal J. C. Irvine, 238
  • Oscillograph--see Electrical Matters

P

  • PANAMA Canal, Traffic of, 320
  • Patent, Letters, Infringement of, 647
  • Patent, Letters, Prolongation of, 100, 305
  • Patents Extended. 524
  • Patents, Loom, Extended, 153

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS

  • British :
  • - Aeronautics, 26, 158, 341, 455, 651, 704
  • - Batteries and Accumulators, 53, 207, 233, 455
  • - Condensersand Feed-water Heaters, 105, 651
  • - Cranes and Conveyors, 181, 234, 288, 371, 400, 512, 568
  • - Crushing and Grinding, 484, 568
  • - Dynamos and Motors, 25, 53, 182, 233, 259, 287, 313, 371, 483, 703
  • - Electrical Appliances, 539, 567, 621
  • - Electric Welding, 54
  • - Engines, Internal Combustion. 53, 105, 131, 157, 181, 207, 233, 259, 371. 427, 593, 621, 679, 703
  • - Engines, Steam, 25, 207, 427, 679
  • - Furnaces, 427, 456
  • - Gas Producers, 427, 539
  • - Lighting and Heating, 54, 79, 131, 158, 260, 313, 342, 372, 400, 511, 621
  • - Locomotives, 342, 455
  • - Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 26, 79, 158, 232, 260, 288, 342, 371, 428, 511, 568, 622, 652, 679, 704
  • - Measuring--see Testing
  • - Metallurgy, 400
  • - Mining Machinery, 568
  • - Miscellaneous, 26, 54, 79, 106, 132, 158, 182, 208, 234, 260, 288, 314, 342, 372, 400, 428. 456. 484, 512, 540, 568, 594, 622, 652, 680, 704
  • - Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 79, 181, 208, 260, 287, 313, 512. 540, 567, 622, 652
  • - Ordnance and Armour, 208
  • - Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 106, 181, 372, 484, 540, 594, 651, 680

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS (continued):

  • British (continued):
  • - Ships and Boats, 54, 208, 314. 400, 456, 651
  • - Steam Generators, 25, 157, 207, 287, 399, 483 Steam Turbines, 53
  • - Switchgear, 105, 132, 157, 181, 259, 287, 341, 399, 427, 455, 483, 511, 567, 593, 621, 679
  • - Telegraphs and Telephones, 181, 208, 341, 483, 651, 679
  • - Telephony, 158--see also Wireless
  • - Testing and Measuring Instruments, 25, 106, 288, 428, 455, 511, 621, 652,704
  • - Tramways and Railways, 106, 233, 313, 342, 372
  • - Transformers and Converters, 233, 260, 427, 483, 539. 567, 593, 621, 679
  • - Transmission of Power. 26, 53, 79, 106, 132, 207, 287, 313, 371, 399, 483, 511, 539, 567, 593, 622, 703
  • - Turbine Machinery, 25, 105, 131, 157, 259, 341, 651
  • - Welding, 234, 428
  • - Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, 25, 158
  • PAYMENT for Work--see Labour
  • Peace Treaty Patents, 6
  • Pearce, J. G., on Industrial Electric Heating, 226
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 26, 54, 103, 132, 158, 208, 234, 260, 314, 342, 397, 425, 453, 509, 537, 565, 591, 622, 649, 677, 701
  • Personal Factor in Industry, 329
  • Petroleum Spirit Dock on the Manchester Ship Canal, 324, 328
  • Physicist, The, and the Electrical Engineering Industry, 440
  • Pipe--see Steam
  • Pipe Line Work at the Gennevilliers Power Station, 336
  • Planche Rotary Compressor, 280
  • Plough, Tractor, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 37, 38
  • Ploughs, Three-row Ridging, W. N. Nicholson and Sons, Limited, 57 ; Cable Ploughing Engines, Steam and Paraffin; 60-70 H.P. Internal Combustion Engines and Balance Plough, John Fowler and Co., Limited, 59
  • Pneumatic Power Hammer, Single-blow, B. and S. Massey, Limited, 534
  • Pneumatic Power Press Guard, Hordern and Mason, 125
  • Pollution, Atmospheric, J. B. C. Kershaw. 2
  • Potato Digger, A. C. Barnlett, Limited, 57
  • Potteries, Fine Grinding in, 222
  • Poultney, E. C., on Locomotive Power, 248
  • Power Factor--see Electrical Matters
  • Power, Wave Transmission of, 444, 466
  • Propellers, Marine--see Ships
  • Public Works, Proposed, in France, 45
  • Publicity Managers, Good Advice to, 615

PUMPS :

  • - Centrifugal Pump, New Type, Drysdale and Co., Limited, 124
  • - Deep Bore-hole, Pump and Machinery, H. Brown and Co., 64
  • - Electrically Driven Treble-ram Pump, Joseph Evans and Sons, Limited, 349
  • - Fuel Pump for Six-cylinder 500 B.H.P. Engine, 290
  • - Heat Pump, T. B. Morley, 27
  • - High-speed Silent Plunger Ram Pump, Pulsometer Engineering Company, Limited, 152
  • - Motor-driven Hydraulic Pump, Worthington- Simpson, Limited. 57
  • - Portable Pumping Set for China, Parsons Motor Company, Limited, 45
  • - Rotary Petrol Pump, Avamore Pump Company, Limited, 645
  • - Rotary Pump, J. Stone and Co., Limited, 585
  • - Rotary Valveless Pump, Langdon Engineering Works, 559
  • - Steam Jet Air Pumps, Kinetic Rotary-Air Pumps, Turbine-driven Circulating and Extractor Pumps, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Limited, 403, 414
  • - Turbine Pump for Fire-engine, Dennis Brothers, Limited, 57
  • - Turbine Pumping Unit, 200-Gallon, for Motor Cars, Dennis Brothers, Limited, 57
  • - Walsall Electricity Undertaking, Pumping Plant for, Mather and Platt, 632
  • PUNCHING Machine for Chain Links, Hydraulic, Hollings and Guest, Limited, 125
  • Pure Metals, 387

R

  • RADIO Direction Finding, R. L. Smith Ross and R. H. Barfield, 562
  • Radio Telegraphy, Senatore Marconi, 225
  • Radio Telegraphy and Telephony, Lecture by Mr. E. H. Shaughnessy at the Polytechnic, and Demonstration by Sir W. Noble, 502

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS :

  • General :
  • - Australia, Railway Gauge Problem in, Professor T. Hudson Beare, 251
  • - Boirault Automatic Railway Coupling, 254
  • - British Sleeping Cars for the Continent, Leeds Forge Company, 671
  • - Continuous Brakes for Goods Trains, 653
  • - Economy in Bridge Design, 278
  • - International Railway Conference, 302
  • - International Railway Congress Association :
  • - Section I.:
  • -- August Bulletin, Summary of Discussions, 302
  • -- Const ruction of Road Bed and Track, 302
  • -- Maintenance and Supervision of the Track, 303
  • -- Reinforced Concrete, 303
  • -- Special Steels, 303
  • - Section II.:
  • -- Bogies, Axles and Springs of Locomotives. 324
  • -- Economic Production and Use of Steam in Locomotives, 324
  • - Section III.:
  • -- Electric Traction, 347
  • -- Liquid Fuel, 347
  • -- Locomotive Cab Signals, 347
  • -- Passenger Carriages, 347
  • - Light Railways, 221

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS (continued):

  • General (continued):
  • - Long-distance Operation of Railway Facing Points, Great Central Railway, 227
  • - Power Signalling on the Melbourne Suburban Railways, 120
  • - Railway Accidents, 73
  • - Railway Labour, 472
  • - Railway Management, Sir Sam Fay, 361
  • - Railway Returns for 1921, 392
  • - Railway Working in Fog, 528
  • - Railways Under Grouping, 695
  • - Railways and Unemployment, 581
  • - Re-signalling of the Mersey Railway, 16
  • - Strength of Railway Bridges, Discussion at British Association, 277, 301 ; (Letters), 336, 337, 409, 449
  • - Strengthening New Holland Railway Pier, 450
  • - Sulzer Diesel-electric Rail Car, 692, 696
  • - Train Speeds : A Revelation, 531 : (Letter), 560
  • - Twelve Months of Railway De-control, 145
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - British Malaya, Railways in, 114, 118
  • - Chalk Farm Widening, London and North- Western Railway, 32
  • - Federated Malay States Railways, Annual Report, 645
  • - Forth Bridge, Floor, Ac., Strengthening, W. A. Fraser, 633
  • - Great Central Railway Facing Points, Longdistance Operation of, 227
  • - India, Railway Expansion in, 90
  • - Irish Railways, 500
  • - Melbourne Suburban Railways, Power Signalling on, 120
  • - Mersey Railway, Re-signalling of, 16
  • - New South Wales Railways, 464
  • - New Zealand Railways, Year's Finances, 628
  • - South-Eastern and Chatham's Railway Electrification Scheme, 188
  • - Railway Gauge Problem in Australia, Professor T. Hudson Beare, 251
  • - Speeding-up on the Underground, 358
  • Foreign :
  • - Argentina, Railway Developments in, 298
  • - Bolivian Railway Projects, 6
  • - Brazil, Railways in, 559
  • - Continuous Brakes in France, 336
  • - Demolition of the Batignolles Tunnels, 530
  • - French Railways, Position of, 85
  • -French Summer Railway Services in 1922, 191
  • - Light Signals on American Railways, 626
  • - Peruvian Railway Contract, 201

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES

  • General:
  • - See alto Railways, International Railway Conference
  • - American Locomotive, Interesting Link in History of, F. W. Brewer, 90
  • - Caprotti Locomotive Valve Gear, 674
  • - Deflection Testing of Locomotive Axles, Amsler and Co.'s Machine, 279
  • - Electric Locomotives, Sir Vincent Raven on, 546, 555 ; (Letters), 629, 673
  • - Locomotive Cut-off and Horse-power, 501
  • - Locomotive Power, E. C. Poultney, 248
  • - Locomotive Tenders, Coal Pusher for, 615
  • - Locomotives included in Short Histories of Famous Firms, E. L. Ahrons :
  • --Comet, The, 1835 ; The Swift, 1836 ; The Plows, 1848 ; Great Western Railway Single Driver, 1853 ; Glasgow and South- Western Railway Goods Engine, 1855 ; Stockton and Darlingt on Mineral Engine, 1868 ; Engine for Chicago Exhibition, 1893 ; Highland Railway Express Passenger Engine, R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Limited, 29
  • -- Single-driver for India, 1860, 570, 571 ; Dundalk and Enniskillen, 1861, 570, 571; Caledonian Railway, 1861, 570, 571 ; Fellís System Side-tank, for New Zealand, 1886, 571, 572, 580; Four-coupled Midland Railway, 1870, 571, 580 ; Goods Engine, Midland Railway, 1876, 571, 580; Four-coupled Tender Engine, Midi Railway oi France, 1881-2, 571, 580 ; Single-driver for Egypt, 1862. 570, 580; Four-coupled 'lender Engine, North-Eastern Railway, 1873, 571, 580 ; Eight-coupled Tank, Great Indian Peninsula Railway, 1879, 571, 580; Express Engine, Cafedonian Railway, 1884, 571, 580 ; Freight Engine, West Australian Railways, 1897, 572, 580; Eight- coupled Tender Engine, Central South African Railway, 1902, 572, 580; Tank Engine, Great Northern Railway, 1866, 571, 580; Fairlie Engine for Mexican Railway, 1889, Neilson and Co., 572, 580
  • -- Express Engine lor the Great Northern Railway, 1866 ; Poti-Tiflis Railway, 1869-70 ; Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway, 1870 ; Japanese Government Railways, 1871; Nitrate Railways, Fairlie Engine and Articulated Meyer Type Engine, 1912, The Yorkshire Engine Company, Limited, 160
  • - Old British-Canadian Locomotive, 349
  • - Superheated Steam, Effect of, on Non-ferrous Metals Used in Locomotives, Sir H. Fowler, 317
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - Consolidation Locomotive for the Victorian Railways, 689
  • - Glasgow and South-Western Railway, Baltic Type Tank Engine, 502 ; (Letter), 578 (Two-page Supplement, November 10th, 1922)
  • - New South Wales, Recent and Future Locomotive Design in, 681
  • - North-Eastern Railway Electric Locomotive, 274, 280
  • Foreign :
  • - American Locomotive Pioneer, Built 1836, 90
  • - RAMSAY Rotary Evaporative Condenser, 93, 100
  • Rateau, Professor A., Turbo-compressors for Aeroplanes, 472, 476 ; (Letter), 560
  • Raven, Sir Vincent, on Electric Locomotives, 546, 555 ; (Letters), 629, 673
  • Reavell, W., Air Compressors, and Testing Air Compressors, 582, 586
  • Reclamation Work and its Operation, Gascoigne Lumley, 659, 668
  • Reese, A. K.. Bases of Modern Blast-furnace Practice, 239, 406, 463, 505 ; (Letter), 505
  • Reinforced--see Concrete
  • Research, Organisation of, Principal J. C. Irvine, 238
  • Research--see also Scientific
  • Respirators for Railway and Industrial Purposes, 283
  • Road Fund, Administration of, During the Year 1921-22, 644
  • Road Paved with Pre-cast Concrete Slabs, Z. E. Sevison, 75
  • Road Roller--see also Motor
  • Road Works to Assist Unemployment, 322
  • Roads, China's, 461, 470
  • Roads in North China, 682
  • Rock Drill, Wave Power, Dorman and Co., Limited, 444, 466
  • Roller, 10-Ton Compound Steam, Aveling and Porter, Limited, 60
  • Rolling Mill, 28in., Electrically Driven, and Large New Shop at Hadfields, Limited. Sheffield, 134 (Two-page Supplement, August 11th, 1922)
  • Rolling Mills, Double-range Scherbins. 516, 526
  • Roof, Westminster Hall, Restoration and Preservation of, Sir Frank Baines, 494
  • Rosario, Proposed Freezing Works at, 350
  • Rota, General G., on Contrary Turning Coaxial Propeller Screws, 43 ; (Letter), 60
  • Rotary Compressor--see Compressor
  • Rotary Converters--see Electrical Matters
  • Rotary Pumps--see Pumps
  • Royal Show at Cambridge, 8, 12, 36, 40, 57
  • Rubber Research Laboratories, 164
  • Runway System, Overhead, Louden-King, 588
  • Rycroft, J. E., Experiments on Stenin Engine Valve Leakage, 62

S

  • SACK Hoist, Kernel Hempstead Engineering Company, Limited, 38
  • Saw Mills, Safety Regulations for, 693
  • Scherbius Roiling Mills, Double-range, 516, 526
  • Scholarships in Engineering, 560 Scholarships, Whitworth, 176
  • Science of Human Effort, Dr. R. S. Hutton, 298, 306
  • Science Museum, South Kensington. New Railway Exhibits, 176
  • Scientific and Industrial Research :
  • - Seventh Annual Report, 268
  • - Economy in Expenditure, 304
  • - Grants to Workers, Grants to Associations, 304
  • - Summary of Engineering Portions, 304
  • - Co-ordinating Research Boards, 304 ; Building Research Board, 330 ; Deep and Hot Mines, 330 ; Food Investigation Board. 330; Forest Products Research Board, 331 ; Fuel Research Board, 330 ; Gas Cylinders Research Committee, 304 ; Gauging Rivers and Tidal Currents, 331 ; Lubrication Research Committee, 331 ; National Physical Laboratory, 304 ; Oxygen Research Committee, 304 ; Radio Research Board, 304 ; Records Bureau, 331 ; Research Associations, 304 ; Scientific Publicity, 331
  • Scraper Knife Truing Machine, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 615
  • Self-docking of a Large Floating Dock, Surabaya Dry Dock Company, 96 (Two-page Supplement, July 28th, 1922)
  • Selvey, W. M., on Boiler Plant Efficiency, 643
  • Seven-day Journal, 7, 35, 61, 87, 113, 139, 165, 189, 214, 241, 269, 295. 323, 351, 381, 409, 437, 465, 493, 521, 549, 575, 603, 631, 661, 687 ; (Paragraph), 132
  • Sewage Effluents, Colorimetric Method of Analysis for, C. S. Walters and V. G. Pickering, 602

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING

  • General:
  • - Boat, Hotchkiss Hydraulic Propeller Company, Limited, 558
  • - Chernikeeff Elect ric Submerged Log, 308
  • - Clyde Launches, Two Recent, 552
  • - Co-axial Propeller Screws, Contrary Turning, General G. Rota, 43 ; (Letter), 60
  • - Cross-Channel Steamer Design, Recent Developments in, 513, 541 ; (Letter), 578
  • - Fottinger Transformers on a Liner, 4, 84 (Two-page Supplement, July 7th, 1922)
  • - Hong Kong, Shipbuilding Progress at, 116
  • - Lloyd's Register, Annual Report, 436
  • - Lloyd's Register, New Rules, 86
  • - Lloyd's Register, Quarterly Returns, 380
  • - Lloyds Register Shipbuilding Returns, 48
  • - Lloyd's Register of Shipping, New Edition of Book,123
  • - Motor Ship, Propelling Machinery, James Richardson, 293
  • - Propeller, Feathering, Astle's, Limited, 559
  • - Shipbuilding Industry, Position of the, 196
  • - Ship's Window, A New, J. Stone and Co., Limited, 534
  • - Stability of Large Ships, Sir John Biles, 43
  • - Story of the Ship, Sir Westcott Abel's Lecture, 272
  • - Testing of Materials for Shipbuilding, Professor L. Guillet, 43, 46
  • - Thornycroft Motor Yacht, 685
  • - Torsional Oscillations and Marine Reduction Gearing, A. T. Thorne and J. Calderwood, 547
  • - Wreck Statistics for 1921, 192
  • Naval Matters :
  • - Battleship Programme, 638
  • - Battleships and Aircraft, 119
  • - Cruising Endurance of Submarines, 275
  • - Fleet Reductions and Comparative Strength, 171
  • - Influence of Depth of Water on the Speed of Warships, Sir D. Beatty's Squadron in the Battle of Jutland, 416; (Correction), 484
  • - New Battleships, 471

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued):

  • Naval Matters (continued):
  • - Propulsion of Submarines, 527
  • - Stability of the Sailing Warship, A. W. Johns, 94, 108, 133, 159, 183
  • - Tendency of Warship Design as Affected by the War, Sir Eustace T. d'Eyncourt, 14, 18
  • - Training of Naval Engineers, 667
  • - Vindication of t he Capital Ship, 67
  • - Washington Conference and Naval Construction, Major Fea, 14
  • Foreign Navies :
  • - German Capital Ship and Light Cruiser Building Programme, 373
  • - Japan's Naval Construction Programme, 344, 356
  • - United States Light Cruisers Omaha, 1922, and Wampanoag, 1864, 55, 66
  • Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • - Aegir, Locomotive Transport. Ship, Conversion of German War Vessel, 239
  • - Conte Verde, Liner, W. Beardmore and Co., Limited, Launch, 552
  • - Elder Dempster Motor Liner Adda. Harland and Wolff, Limited, 587, 624, 636
  • - Ellerman Liner City of Nagpur, Workman, Clark and Co., Limited. 378, 379
  • - Empress of Australia, Canadian Pacific Steamer, Fottinger Transformers on. 4, 84 (Two-page Supplement, July 7th, 1922)
  • - Franconia, Cunard Liner, Launch of, John Brown and Co., Limited, 552
  • - Motor Ship Eknaren, Trials of, Wm. Dox ford and Sons, Limited, 354
  • - Motor Ship Handicap, Rosenberg Mekaniske Verksted, 139
  • - P. and O. Liner Moldavia, Carnmell Laird and Co., 350
  • - Penlee Motor Lifeboat The Brothers, J. S. White and Co., Limited, 656 ; (Erratum), 704 (Two-page Supplement, December 22nd, 1922)
  • - Troilus, Steamship, 116
  • SHOE and Leat her Fair--see Exhibitions
  • Shows--see Exhibitions
  • Signalling, Railway--see Railways
  • Signalling by Wireless Telegraphy to Entombed Miners, 551
  • Sila--see Hydro-electric
  • Silos, Reinforced Concrete, for Beet, Kelliam, 184,187
  • Silos, Trass-cement, on the Meuse-Waal Canal 261, 263
  • Skimming Rivers for Irrigation Water, 485
  • Slag Encrusted Boiler Tubes, 504
  • Sleeping Cars--see Railways
  • Soil Tiller, Simary Rotary, 8
  • Southampton, Floating Dry Dock for, 420, 421
  • Specifications, Vague, 443
  • Stability of Ships--see Ships
  • Standardisation and Bridge Design, 331
  • Standardisation Again, 693
  • Stanton, Dr. T. E., Recent Researches on Lubrication, 598, 609, 628
  • Static Friction, Theory of, R. M. Deeley, 610
  • Steam Boiler Matters, Mr. Stromeyer's Annual Report, 669, 672
  • Steam, Condensation of, 93, 100
  • Steam Pipe, Long Welded, 100
  • Steam Problem, "Back Pressure" Process, G. James Wells, 674
  • Steam Production, Economic, 292
  • Stevedore, Responsibilities of the, 301
  • Strengthening Railway Pier--see Railways
  • Stromeyer's, Mr. C. E., Annual Report on Steam Boiler Matters, 669, 672
  • Student in the Factory, 415; (Letters), 449, 473
  • Submarines--see Ships
  • Suction Gas Lorries, French, 332
  • Suction Gas Tractor, 306
  • Suction Gas Vehicles, French Trials of, 228, 306
  • Sugar--see Beet
  • Sukkur Barrage, Proposed, 190
  • Superheated Steam and Non-ferrous Metals, Sir H. Fowler, 307
  • Surface Condensing--see Condensing
  • Surfacing Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Swiss Industry and Commerce for 1921, 533
  • Synchronising Gear--see Electrical Matters

T

  • TAMPING Machine for Breaking Up Macadam Roads, B. Johnson and Son, 59
  • Tasmania, Electrolytic Zinc Works in. 289, 300
  • Taylor, A. M.. on the Possibility of Transmission by Underground Cables at 100,000- 150,000 Volts, 664
  • Telephone, Automatic, Exchange at Fleetwood, 474, 475
  • Telephony, International, Mr. F. Gill's Presidential Address, 486, 499
  • Tellurium, 298
  • Tester, Insulation--see Electrical Matters
  • Testing Machine, Electrically Operated 15-Ton, Messrs. W. and T. Avery, 253
  • Testing Machine, Railway Springs, Hydraulic, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 534
  • Testing Machine, Universal 100-Ton, A. J. Amsler and Co., 279
  • Textile Machinery Exhibition, 362, 390
  • - Combing Machines, Youlten Cotton Opener, andc., 362, 390
  • - Humidifying Apparatus, 363
  • - Pneumatic Cloth Creaser, D. Foxwell and Son, 363
  • - Selvedge Stamping Machine, Automatic, D. Foxwell and Son, 362
  • - Textile Machinery Accessories, Various, Electrical and Mechanical, 390
  • - Textile Mill Drive, Model, Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Company, Limited, 390
  • - Vigoratair, H. Sinethurst and Sons, 390
  • Thawing, Cold Water, in Placer Mining, Charles Janin, 253
  • Thermionic--see Valves, also Electrical Matters
  • Thorne, A. T., and J. Calderwood on Torsional Oscillations and Marine Reduction Gearing, 547
  • Thrashing Machines at the Royal Show, Cambridge : All-steel, Marshall, Sons and Co., Limited, 9, 12; Wm. Foster and Co., Limited, 58 ; Clayton and Shuttleworth, Limited, 59 ; R. Garrett and Sons, Limited, 59
  • Timber Preservative Station, Experimental, at Pretoria, 402
  • Torsional Oscillations--see Ships
  • Touceda, E., on American Methods of Manufacturing Iron Castings, 175
  • Traction Engines--see Engines
  • Tractor, British Wallis, with Paraffin Engine, 38
  • Tractor, 5-Ton Compound Steam "Wellington," W. Foster and Co., Limited, 604, 605
  • Tractor, Compound Steam, Marshall, Sons and Co., Limited. 9
  • Tractor, Light Weight, Austin Motor Company, Limited, 626
  • Tractor, Paraffin Oil Ploughing, with New Vaporiser and Electric Lighting, Peter Brotherhood, 605
  • Tractor, Steam, W. Tasker and Sons, Limited, 626
  • Tractor, The Suction Gas, 306
  • Tractors, Cletrac Petrol, H. G. Burford and Co., Limited, 57; "Autohorse," S. E. Leach, Limited, 58
  • Trade Problems, 172
  • Traffic Problem, London, F. Rings and T. C. Hood, 200
  • Trailer Wagon, All-steel, Sentinel Wagon Works (1920), Limited, 9, 10, 12
  • Training School, Improvers, 556
  • Trains--see Railways
  • Transformers, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Transformers, Futtinger, on a Liner, 4, 84 (Two-page Supplement, July 7th, 1922)
  • Transport Costs per Ton-mile, 529
  • Truing Machine, Scraper Knife, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 615
  • Tucker, Major W. S., on Hot Wire Microphone and its Applications to Sound, 600
  • Tunnel, Hudson River Vehicular. Ventilation of the, 542
  • Tunnels, Batignolles, Demolition of, 530
  • Turbine, 40,000-Kilowatt , 267. 270
  • Turbine, Internal Combustion, W. A. D. Forbes, 224
  • Turbine Runner, A New, L. F. Moody, 214
  • Turbines, Water, Efficiency of, 34
  • Turbines--see also Ships
  • Turbo-compressors for Aeroplanes, Professor A. Rateau, 472, 476 ; (Letter), 560
  • Turbo-generators--see Electrical Matters

U

  • UNITED States Super-power Survey, 503
  • University College, London, Extension of the Engineering Building, 126
  • Utilisation of Water and Tidal Power, R. F. Hindinarsh, 616

V

  • VAAL River Scheme and Barrage, W. Ingham, 576 (Two-page Supplement, December 1st, 1922)
  • Vague Specifications, 443
  • Valve Gear, Locomotive--see Railway Locomotives
  • Valve Leakage, Steam Engine, Experiments on, J. E. Rycroft, 62
  • Valves, Thermionic, on Public Supply Systems, P. D. Lowell, 281--see also Electrical Matters
  • Ventilation of the Hudson River Vehicular Tunnel, 542
  • Vice, New Type, Bruce, Dawson and Co., 690
  • Viscometer, Cup and Ball, Michell Bearings, Limited, 532

W

  • WAGES--see Labour
  • Wagon, Six-wheeled Steam, Robey and Co., Limited, 625
  • Wagon, Steam, with New Type Vertical Boiler, R. Garrett and Sons, Limited. 605
  • Wagon, Steam Tipping, W. Foster and Co., Limited, 604, 605
  • Wagons, Steam, at Royal Show, Cambridge : Yorkshire Patent. Steam Wagon Company, 57 ; Leyland Motors, Limited. 59 ; Clayton and Shuttleworth, Limited, 59 ; R. Garrett and Son, Limited, 59 ; Atkinson and Co., 60 ; Fodens, Limited, 60 ; Mann's Steam Cart and Wagon Company, Limited, 60 ; W. Foster and Co., Limited, 58
  • Wagons--see also Lorry
  • Wall, T. F.. New Method of Improving Power Factor, 574
  • Walters, C. S., and V. G. Pickering on Colorimetric Analysis for Sewage Effluents, 602
  • Warship Design--see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Washington Conference--see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Water, Chlorination of, 198
  • Water Elevator, Boulton and Paul, 625
  • Water Power in Argentina, 439
  • Water Power in the Canadian Pulp and Paper Industry, 15
  • Water Turbines, Efficiency of, 34
  • Watts, Sir Philip, on Papers Read at the Paris Summer Meetings of the Institution of Naval Architects, 63
  • Wave Transmission of Power. 444, 466
  • Welbourn, B., on Electrical Progress in Canada and the United States, 583
  • Welts, G. James, "Back Pressure" Process Steam Problem, 674
  • Wentholt, Dr. L. R., on the Meuse-Waal Canal. 235, 261
  • Westcott, Sir Abell, Lecture, The Story of the Ship, 272
  • West German Metal Industry, 496
  • Westminster Hall Roof, 389
  • Westminster Hall Roof, Restoration and Preservation of, Sir Frank Baines, 494
  • Wheels, Motor Lorry, Rolled Steel, Bethlehem Company, 45
  • Whiddington, Professor R., on X-ray Electrons, 294
  • Whitehead, A., on Avoiding Deformation During Machining, 98
  • Whitehead, A., Influence of Mobile Batches on Manufacturing Capital, 518
  • Whiteley, J. H., on the Diminution of Lag at Ari through Deformation, 240
  • Whitworth Scholarships, 176
  • Wilkinson, H., Cotton Opening, Mixing and Carding Machinery, 550
  • Williams, George Bransby, on Flood Discharge and the Dimensions of Spillways in India, 321 ; (Letter), 350
  • Wilson. L. A., and C. R. Richards, A Study of Air-steam Mixtures, 662, 684
  • Windeler, George E., on the Caro and Maintenance of Diesel Engines, 447, 478
  • Winnower, Hurricane, Robert Bohy, Limited, 57
  • Wireless Broadcasting Station, Manchester, 670
  • Wireless Exhibition and Wireless Telephony Receiving Sets, 352
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Signalling by, to Entombed Miners, 551
  • Wireless Telephony, 145--see also Radio Telegraphy and Telephony
  • Wood Fuel Power Plant for Lonely Mine. S. Rhodesia, Crossley Brothers, Limited, 194, 202

WORKS

  • - Austrian Engineering Works, 142
  • - Crane Works at Rodley, Thomas Smith and Co.. Limited, 122, 123
  • - Devonshire Ironworks, Staveley Coal and Iron Company, 242, 246

WORKS (continued):

  • - Electrolytic Zinc Works in Tasmania, 289, 300
  • - Kelham Beet Sugar Factory, 161, 170, 184, 187, 210
  • WORKING Hours--see Labour

X

  • X-RAY Electrons, Professor R. Whiddington, 294

Y

  • YARROW Convalescent Home, 126
  • Young Engineers' Visit to South Wales, 201

Z

  • ZINC, Electrolytic, Works in Tasmania, 289, 300

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