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The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1923 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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A

  • ABELL, Professor T. P., on Stiffened Thin Plating under Water Pressure, 396
  • Abstract Science and Engineering, James Forrest Lecture, Sir R. T. Glazebrook, 502
  • Accidents in American Coal Mines, 128
  • Accidents to Machinery, 660
  • Acetylene, Compressing, A. D. Risteen, 403
  • Acetylene Generator, Self-cleaning, Finnieston Engineering Company, Limited, 375
  • Admiralty Engineering Laboratory at West Drayton, 489 (Two-page Supplement, May 11th, 1923)
  • AERONAUTICS:
  • - See also Annual Article
  • - Aeronautical Research Committee, Mean Pressure in a Heat Engine, New Means of Ascertaining, H. E. Wimperis, 238
  • - Aeroplane Engines--see also Engines
  • - Air Conference, 1923, Programme and Outline of Papers, 116
  • -- Gliders and their Value to Aeronautical Progress, Colonel Alex. Ogilvie, 141, 166, 184
  • -- Position of Air Transport To-day, Major- General Sir W. S. Brancker, 141
  • -- Proceedings in Guildhall, 141, 145, 165
  • -- Progress of Research and Experiment, Air Vice-Marshal Sir W. G. H. Salmond, 141, 145
  • -- Seaplanes, C. R. Fairey, 141, 165, 166, 174
  • -- Self-supporting Airship Service, Commander C. Dennis Burney, 141, 142
  • -- Visit to London Terminal Aerodrome, Croydon, 141
  • - Air Congress, International, 663, 682 ; Programme, 587
  • -- Aircraft Standardisation, C. de Maistre, 684
  • -- Air-screw Research in Great Britain, H. C. Watts, 684
  • -- Light Alloys, MM. A. M. Portevin and R. de Fleury, 683
  • -- Slotted Wing, F. Handley Page, 683
  • -- Standardisation of the Mathematical Notation used in Aeronautical Work, Commandant Herrera, 682
  • -- Standardisation of Methods of Computing Wing Sections, A. G. von Baumhauer, 682
  • -- Standardisation of Methods of Research, Sir R. Glazebrook, 683
  • -- Visits, andc., 684
  • - Air Transport, Major-General Sir W. S. Brancker, 655
  • - Avro "Aldershot" Long-distance Bomber, 11 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Avro "Bison" Fleet Spotter, 11 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Blackburn Deck-landing Naval Spotting Machine, 11
  • - Boulton and Paul All-steel Biplane, 10 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Bristol Three-seater Taxiplane, 11 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Civil Aviation and the Government, 233
  • - "Cromarty" Flying Boat, Short Brothers, Limited, 10 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - de Havilland No. 34 Twelve-seater Commercial Machine, 11
  • - Handley Page Slotted Wing Torpedo Plane, 10 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Helicopter Competition, 527
  • - Proposed Aircraft-carrying Mail Steamer, Sir Eustace d'Eyncourt and Mr. J. H. Narbeth, 310, 323
  • - R.A.E. Electrical Indicator on an Aeroplane, 168--see also Indicators
  • - Vickers "Virginia" Twin-engined Biplane, 156
  • - Wireless Equipment of Aircraft, 192
  • AGRICULTURE, Engineering and, 343
  • Ahrons, E. L., Short Histories of Famous Firms, 111; (Letters), 198--see Firms
  • Air Compressor, Self-contained Portable, Lacy- Hulbert and Co., Limited, 399
  • Air Compressors, Electrically Driven, at a Durham Colliery, Ingersoll-Rand Company, Limited, 500, 508
  • Aitchison, Dr. D., on Magnesium Alloys, 264
  • Alloy Steels, J. A. Jones, 548
  • Alloys, Cast, of Copper with Tin, Harold Heape, 306
  • Alloys, Magnesium, Dr. D. Aitchison, 264
  • Alloys, Structure of, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 471
  • Alloys--see also Iron and Steel
  • Aluminium Alloy, Chill Castings in, Dr. Rosenhain and Others, 291
  • Aluminium-copper Alloys, R. C. Reader, 292
  • Aluminium Sheet, Work-hardened, Professor H. C. Carpenter and Mr. C. Coldron Smith, 265

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • - 446, 479, 524, 616, 669
  • - American Sheet Steel Industry, 617
  • - Automatic Cut-off for Locomotives, 524
  • - Boiler for 1200 lb. Pressure, 669
  • - Burning Pulverised Fuel, 446
  • - Concrete Bored by Molluscs, 446
  • - Design of Earth Dams, 524
  • - Laying Tram Rails 420ft. Long, 479
  • - Lengthening a Car Ferry, 524
  • - Malleable Iron Manufacture, 669
  • - New York Trolley Omnibuses, 446
  • - Suspension Bridge, A 1750ft., 616
  • - Use of Tin-plate Scrap for Cast Iron, 669
  • - Welded Joints for Steel Structures, 479
  • ANDERSON, John, Form as Influencing Stability and Propulsion in Passenger Ships, 397
  • Andrew, C. D., on Machine Tools for Locomotive Work, 96

ANNUAL ARTICLES :

  • AERONAUTICS IN 1922, 10
  • - (Two-page Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Company, Limited, 11
  • - Boulton and Paul, Limited, 10
  • - Bristol Aeroplane Company, Limited, 11 de Havilland Aircraft Company, Limited, 11
  • - Handley Page, Limited, 10
  • - Roe, A. V., and Co., Limited, 11
  • - Short Brothers, Limited, 10
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1922, 7, 35
  • - (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Converting Plant, 35
  • - Electric Power, 8
  • - Electric Traction Equipments, 8
  • - Electricity in Mines, 35 ; (Correction), 93
  • - Fleetwood Automatic Telephone Exchange, 7 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - French Power Stations at Comines and Gennevilliers, 7 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Miscellaneous, 35
  • - Rolling Mill, Electrical, Sheffield, 8 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Switchgear, 35
  • - Transformers, 35
  • - Turbo-generator Sets, 7
  • - Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, 8
  • GAS ENGINEERING IN 1922, 39
  • - Presence of Carbon Monoxide, 40
  • - Price of Gas, 40
  • - Residual Products, 40
  • HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS IN 1922, 29
  • - The United Kingdom :
  • -- Bristol Channel Ports, 29
  • -- Facilities for Oil Trade, 29

ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):

  • HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS IN 1922 (cont.):
  • -- Holyhead, 29
  • -- Humber Ports, 29
  • -- Inland Waterways, 29
  • -- Irish Ports, 29
  • -- London, Port of, 29
  • -- Manchester, 29
  • -- Mersey, The, 29
  • -- North-East Coast Ports, 29
  • -- Other Ports, 29
  • -- Scottish Ports, 29
  • -- Southampton, 29
  • -- Working ton, 29
  • - British Dominions and India, 30
  • -- Australia and New Zealand, 30
  • -- Canada, 30
  • -- East Africa, 30
  • -- India, 30
  • -- Malaya, 30
  • -- South Africa, 30
  • -- West Africa, 30
  • - Foreign Ports, 30
  • -- Belgium, 30
  • -- China, 30
  • -- France, 30
  • -- Germany and the Rhine, 30
  • -- Holland, 30
  • -- Italy, 30
  • -- Japan and Manchuria, 30
  • -- South America, 30
  • -- Suez Canal, 30
  • -- United States, 30
  • LOCOMOTIVES OF 1922, 24
  • - (Two-page Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Glasgow and South-Western Baltic Tank
  • - Engine, 4 ; (Letter), 170 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Great Central, Four-coupled Superheater Passenger Engine, 5
  • - Great Northern, Three-cylinder "Pacific" Type Passenger Engine, 4 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - North-Eastern 1800 H.P. Electric Locomotive, 4 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - North-Eastern Three-cylinder "Pacific" Type Passenger Engine, 4 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - North Staffordshire Four-cylinder Side Tank Engine, 5
  • - Ramsay Locomotive, Turbo-electric Condensing, 5 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Turbo-locomotive, Ljungstrom, Swedish State Railways, 5
  • MOTOR SHIPS IN 1922, 16
  • - (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Beardmore-Tosi Type of Engine, 16
  • - Burmeister and Wain Type of Engine, 16
  • - Camellaird-Fullagar Type of Engine, 16
  • - Doxford Opposed Piston Engine, 18
  • - French and Italian Motor Ships, 18
  • - German Motor Ship Progress, 18
  • - Neptune Type of Engine, 17
  • - Nobel Engine, 17
  • - North British Diesel Engine, 17
  • - Smaller Craft, 18
  • - Still Engine, 17
  • - Sulzer Type of Engine, 17
  • - Testing Motor Ships, 18
  • - Trend of Development, 18
  • - Vickers Type of Engine, 18
  • - Werkspoor Type of Engine, 18
  • NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1922, 6
  • - France, 7
  • - Great Britain, 6
  • - Italy, 7
  • - Japan, 7
  • - Minor Navies, 7
  • - United States, 6

ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued)'.

  • RAILWAYS IN 1922, 32
  • - Grouping of the Railways, 32
  • - New Works :
  • -- Great Central, 33
  • -- Great Northern, 33
  • -- Great Western, 33
  • -- London and North-Western, 33
  • -- London and South-Western, 33
  • -- North British, 33
  • -- North-Eastern, 33
  • -- South-Eastern and Chatham, 33
  • - Miscellaneous, 34
  • - Railway Accidents, 34
  • - Railways and Unemployment, 33
  • - Signalling, 33
  • SHIPBUILDING IN 1922, 20
  • - (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Developments in Design and Construction, the Duct Keel, Vane Wheel Propulsion, the Flettner Rudder, 21
  • - Electrical Developments, 21
  • - New Rules and Standards, 21
  • - Repairs and Reconditioning, 21
  • - Some Liners and Passenger Ships, 20
  • - Speed Reduction Gearing, 21
  • - Tankers and Dredging Machinery, 21
  • - Year in Retrospect, 20
  • WATER SUPPLY AND SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1922, 18
  • - Effects of the Drought of 1921, 18
  • - Metropolitan Water Board, 18
  • - Waterworks in Progress or in Contemplation, 18
  • - Works Abroad, 19
  • - Sanitary Engineering : General Outlook, 19
  • - London Main Drainage and Sewage Disposal, 19
  • - Other Works, 19
  • ARCHITECTURE of Engineering, 632
  • Arc-welding--see Electrical Matters
  • Argentine and Uruguay, Building Activities in, 294
  • Armour Plate Manufacture--see Works
  • Asbestos, South African Blue, Cape Asbestos Company, Limited, 255

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • Association, Diesel Engine Users':
  • - Issue of Mr. Geo. E. Windeler's Paper, 125
  • - Losses in Heat Engines and Means of Reducing Them, Engineer-Commander W. P. Sillince, 640
  • - March Meeting, Proposed Change of Name, 294
  • - Use of Cooking Water for Diesel Engines, J. G. Griffin, 602
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • - Mr. Dempster Smith's Report on Lathe Tools, 95, 234
  • - Separation of Materials by Mechanical Means, Cecil Bentham, 181
  • - Suction Gas Producers, William Greenwood, 340
  • - Workshop Efficiency, G. E. Bailey, 268
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • - Acl Range in Alloy Steels, J. A.-Jones, 548
  • - Annual Meeting, 401, 528, 546, 551
  • - British Steel Works Gas Producer Practice, Fred Clements, 530
  • - Carnegie Fund Grants, 547
  • - Characteristics of Moulding Sands, andc., J. E. Fletcher, 530
  • - Chromium Steels, Mechanical Properties, Charles R. Austin, 548
  • - Coke as a Factor in the Fuel Economy of the Blast-furnace, E. R. Sutcliffe and Others, 529
  • - Constitution of the Alloys of Iron and Nickel, Dr. D. Hanson and Mr. J. R. Freeman, 548

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institute, Iron and Steel (continued):
  • - Constitution of Basic Slags : Its Relation to Furnace Reactions, T. P. Colclough, 547
  • - Contribution to the Study of Hardness, Professor C. A. Edwards and Mr. Charles R. Austin, 548
  • - Correlation of the Chemical Constitutions of True Steels with their Micrographic Structures, Dr. J. O. Arnold, 546
  • - Electrical Power in Iron and Steel Works, C. A. Ablett, 547
  • - List of Papers, 401; Papers Presented but not Read, 548 ; Dinner, 401; Report, 528 ; Awards, 528
  • - Production of Single Metallic Crystals and Some of their Properties, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 546, 551
  • - Properties of Steels Containing Globular Cementite, Professor Cecil H. Desch and Mr. A. T. Roberts, 547
  • - Small Quantities of Tin in Steel, Effect of, J. H. Whiteley and A. Braithwaite, 546
  • - Variation of Brinell Hardness Number under Testing Load, Hugh O'Neill, 548
  • Institute of Metals:
  • - Alloys of Aluminium with Small Percentages of Copper, Dr. Hanson and Miss Marie L. V. Gayler, 306
  • - Alloys, Structure of, Annual May Lecture, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 471
  • - Aluminium-Copper Alloys, R. C. Reader, 292
  • - Annual General Meeting, 183, 264, 291, 305 ; Dinner, 183, 264
  • - Cast Alloys of Copper with Tin, Harold Heape, 306
  • - Chill Castings in an Aluminium Alloy, Dr. Rosenhain and Others, 291
  • - Constitution and Age Hardening of the Ternary Alloys of Aluminium with Magnesium and Copper, Miss Marie Gayler, 306
  • - Crystal Grain, Colonel L. T. Belaiew, 305
  • - Elasticity and Annealing Temperature, E. A. F. Reeve and Others, 291
  • - Extrusion Defect in Brass Rods Extruded from a Multiple Die, R. Genders, 292
  • - Hardness of Annealed Copper, and Hardness of Certain Copper Alpha Solid Solutions, A. L. Norbury, 305
  • - Magnesium Alloys, Dr. D. Aitchison, 264
  • - Magnifier Hammer, R. Genders, 306
  • - Oxidation of Metals at High Temperatures, N. B. Pilling and R. E. Bedworth, 306
  • - Programme, 183
  • - Report of the Honorary Treasurer, 290
  • - Season Cracking and its Prevention, andc., S. Beckinsale, 292
  • - Structure of Eutectics, A. M. Portevin, 292
  • - Ternary System Copper-Aluminium-Nickel, C. R. Austin and A. J. Murphy, 305
  • - Work-hardened Aluminium Sheet, Professor H. C. Carpenter and Mr. C. C. Smith, 265
  • - SHEFFIELD SECTION :
  • - Corrosion of Metals, Joint Meeting, 412
  • Institute of Patentees :
  • - Letter and Address of Institute, 211
  • Institute of Transport:
  • - Air Transport, Major-General Sir W. Sefton Brancker, 655
  • - British and American Road Construction and Maintenance, A. Dryland, 655
  • - Cargo Handling at Ports : British and American Methods Compared, Brysson Cunningham, 656
  • - Modern Trackwork and its Importance, Sir R. Hadfield, 654
  • - Railway Electrification, Discussion on Sir Philip Dawson's Paper, 501
  • - Railway Requirements of an Important Industrial Area, J. A. Jenkinson, 654
  • - Third Congress, at Sheffield, 560, 654 ; Programme of Papers and Visits, 560, 656
  • - Tramways from a Traffic Point of View under Existing Conditions, E. S. Rayner, 656
  • - Wagon Stock on British Railways, H. N. Gresley, 151
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers :
  • - Oil Engine Nomenclature, J. L. Chaloner, 202 ; (Letter), 574
  • - Use and Limitations of the Steam Wagon, C. Le M. Gosselin, 419
  • Institution of British Foundrymen :
  • - Carbon in Foundry Irons, Monsieur Siegle, 660
  • - Manufacture of Steel Castings in the United States, Major R. A. Bull, 659
  • - Oil-sand Cores and Binders, A. Campion and J. McEachen, 660
  • - Steel Castings, Light and Medium Weight, F. A. Melmoth, 659
  • - Summer Conference, 659
  • Institution of Chemical Engineers :
  • - First Annual Meeting, 635
  • - Industrial Oxygen, T. Campbell Finlayson, 635
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • - April Examinations, 1923, 591
  • - Interdependence of Abstract Science and Engineering, "James Forrest" Lecture, Sir Richard T. Glazebrook, 502
  • - Tides from an Engineer's Standpoint, Edward W. Hollingworth, 698
  • - BIRMINGHAM AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION :
  • - Public Supply of Electricity, Question of Limiting, Joint Meeting at Birmingham, 115
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • - Control of the Speed and Power Factor of Induction Motors, Lectures, Professor Miles Walker, 226, 256
  • - Drive of Power Station Auxiliaries, L. Breach and Midgley, 468
  • - Problems in High-speed Alternators and their Solution, J. Rosen, 210
  • - Problems in Telephony, Solved and Unsolved, Kelvin Lecture, Dr. J. A. Fleming, 528

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued);

  • Institution of Electrical Engineers (continued):
  • - Public Supply of Electricity, Question of Limiting, Joint Meeting at Birmingham, 115
  • - Summer Meeting at the North-Western Centre, 601, 623; Programme, 322; Visits to Works, 601, 623
  • - Variable-speed Alternating-current Motors Without Commutators, F. Creedy, 49
  • - Works Production, C. H. Nelson, 174
  • - WIRELESS SECTION :
  • - Application of a Revolving Magnetic Drum to Electric Relays, &c., Dr. McLachlan, 641
  • - Naval High-power Valves, Development of, H. Morris-Airey, 372
  • Institution of Engineers of Australia :
  • - "Transactions," Volume I., 573
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :
  • - Electric Transmission of Power for Propelling Machinery, W. J. Belsey, 441
  • - Twenty Years of Diesel Engine Building, Eng.-Lieut.-Commander L. J. Le Mesurier, 85
  • - Vane Wheel Propulsion, Maurice E. Denny, 184
  • Institution of Gas Engineers :
  • - Annual General Meeting, 666 ; Programme, 666
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • - Tensile Tests of Materials at High Temperatures, Professor F. C. Lea, 178, 182
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • - Annual Report, 206
  • - Educational Grant, W. H. Allen, 321
  • - Mechanical Problems in the Rubber Industry, H. C. Young, 196, 206, 224
  • - Micro-indicator for High-speed Engines, W. G. Collins, 87, 100
  • - New Form of Optical Indicator, Professor F. W. Burstall, 87, 88
  • - Oil Engine Nomenclature, Committee's Report, 152
  • - Problems of the Engine Indicator, Loughnan Pendred, 87
  • - Public Supply of Electricity, Question of Limiting, Joint Meeting at Birmingham, 115
  • - R.A.E. Electrical Indicator for High-speed Internal Combustion Engines and Gauge for Maximum Pressures, H. Wood, 87, 100, 102, 168
  • - Relation Between Scratch and Load on Diamond in Scratch Hardness Tests, G. A. Hankins, 444
  • - Static Indentation Tests, R. G. C. Batson, 444
  • - Steam Nozzles Research, 319
  • - Summer Meeting at Glasgow, 694 ; Provisional Programme, 282, 615
  • -- Clyde Marine Oil Engines, Professor Mellanby, 696
  • -- Dock Appliances at Glasgow Harbour, Daniel Fife, 696
  • -- Mechanical Contrivances in Connection with Storage and Distribution of Water, Bruce Ball, 696
  • -- Sugar Machinery, Lord Invernairn, 694
  • -- Visits, andc., 696
  • -- Water-tube Boiler and Crane Construction, Sir James Kemnal, 695
  • - Symposium of Papers on Indicators, 87, 100, 168
  • - NORTH-WESTERN BRANCH :
  • - Indicators, Symposium of Papers, Loughnan Pendred on, 236
  • - Machine Tools for Locomotive Work, C. D. Andrew, 96
  • - Spinning Mule, J. Hardman, 144
  • - Steam Nozzle Research Committee, Report, 415
  • - GRADUATES' ASSOCIATION :
  • - Lecture by Professor Gibson, Use of Models in Engineering, 174
  • Institution of Mining Engineers :
  • - Seventy-ninth General Meeting, 563 ; Programme of Papers and Visits, 563
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • - Annual Meetings, 309, 323, 334, 345, 349, 365, 376, 396 ; Election of Officers, 310
  • - Announcements, 129, 269 ; Dinner, 269, 310 ; Programme, 269 ; Report, 309
  • - Coastal Motor Boats, Design and Service During the War, Sir J. E. Thornycroft and Lieut. Bremner, 334, 345
  • - Effect of Variations in Loading, andc., W. Thomson, 397
  • - Electric Ship Propulsion, W. L. R. Emmet, 365, 376
  • - Experiments on Large-size Riveted Joints, J. Montgomerie, 397
  • - Graphical Trim Calculation and a Trim Nomogram, E. V. Telfer, 398
  • - H.M.S. Victory, 310
  • - Mechanical Gearing, Hon. Sir C. A. Parsons, Messrs. S. S. Cook and H. M. Duncan, 335, 349
  • - Model Screw Propeller Experiments with Mercantile Ship Forms, W. C. S. Wigley and G. S. Baker, 365
  • - Powering of Motor Ships, K. C. Barnaby, 366
  • - Present-day Problems in the Design of Ships, A. C. F. Henderson, 334
  • - Presidential Address, Duke of Northumberland, 309
  • - Programme, 269
  • - Proposed Aircraft-carrying Mail Steamer, Sir Eustace d'Eyncourt and Mr. J. H. Narbeth, 310, 323
  • - Stiffened Thin Plating Under Water Pressure, Professor T. P. Abell, 396
  • Institution of Municipal and County Engineers :
  • - Annual Meeting and Conference, 534
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
  • - Review of Marine Diesel Engines, Synopsis of Papers, 61

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution, Royal:
  • - Recording Gas Calorimeter, Lecture by Professor C. V. Boys, 470
  • Institution of Structural Engineers :
  • - Ciment Electrique, D. B. Butler, 668
  • Society, Ceramic :
  • - REFRACTORY MATERIALS SECTION :
  • - Two Days' Conference at Bournemouth, 508
  • Society, Faraday:
  • - Corrosion of Metals, Joint Meeting, 412
  • Society of Glass Technology:
  • - Ashley Bottle Machine, S. English, 688
  • - Design of Pot Arches, Th. Teisen, 688
  • - Meeting in Leeds, 688
  • - Specifications in the Glass Industry, Professor W. E. S. Turner, 688
  • Society, Optical:
  • - Levels and Level Bubbles, S. G. Starling, 699
  • - New Form of Balloon Theodolite, T. F. Connolly, 699
  • - Primary and Secondary Image Curves, andc., E. W. Taylor, 699
  • Society, Royal:
  • - Conversazione, 520
  • - Great Gift by Sir Alfred Yarrow, 206
  • ATMOSPHERIC Pollution and Fog Prevention, 561
  • Audiometers--see Railways
  • Austin, C. R., and A. J. Murphy on the Ternary System Copper-aluminium-nickel, 305
  • Australia, Engineering Standards Association of, 75
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 99, 130, 202, 336, 375, 413, 456, 508, 587, 667, 701

B

  • BAILEY, G. E., on Workshop Efficiency, 268
  • Baker, G., Oriental Cotton Printing in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, 154
  • Balancing, Static, Machine, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 254
  • Ball and Roller Bearings for Locomotive and Carriage Axles, Swedish State Railways, 402
  • Barge--see Separating
  • Barnaby, K. C., on Powering of Motor Ships, 366
  • Batson, R. G. C., on Static Indentation Tests, 444
  • Belaiew, Colonel L. T., on Inner Structure of Crystal Grain, 305
  • Belsey, W. J., on Electric Transmission of Power for Propelling Machinery, 441
  • Bending Rolls, Walter Frost, 254
  • Bentham, Cecil, on Separation of Materials by Mechanical Means, 181
  • Bessemer Converter Spouts, Clearing, 455
  • Bevel Gears, Spiral, W. C., D., 649
  • Bierbaum, C. H., on Hardness Testing of Bearing Metals, 420
  • Biplanes--see Aeronautics
  • Blue Print Washing Machine, Precision Photo Printing Plant, Limited, 173
  • Boats--see Ships
  • Bogies, Railway--see Railways
  • Boiler, Exhaust Gas Water-tube for U.S. Battleship, 455
  • Boiler Feed Water--see Closed Feed
  • Boiler, Vertical Water-tube, for Steam Wagon, Atkinson and Co., 680
  • Boiler, Water-tube, and Crane Construction, Sir James Kemnal, 695
  • Boiler, Yarrow Water-tube, at Dunston Electric Power Station, 638
  • Boilers, Control of, by Temperature and Draught Measurements, J. B. C. Kershaw, 437
  • Boilers, Marine, used with Clyde Oil Fuel Burning System, 608, 611
  • Bombay, New Cotton Depot at, 496
  • Books of Reference, 619, 669
  • Boosters--see Railway Locomotives
  • Boundary Lubrication in Engineering Practice, T. E. Stanton, 678
  • Boys, Professor C. V., on Recording Gas Calorimeter, 470
  • Brake Power, Increased, for Passenger and Freight Vehicles, 687
  • Brancker, Major-General Sir W. S., on Air Transport, 655
  • Brancker, Major-General Sir W. S., on the Position of Air Transport To-day, 141
  • Breach, L., and Midgley, on The Drive of Power Station Auxiliaries, 468
  • Brewer, F. W., on Superheater Tank Locomotives in Suburban Service, 255
  • Bridge Design--see Girder
  • Bridge, Suspension over the River Dee, 533
  • Bridge, The Inchinnan Rolling Lift, at Renfrew, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 338, 342
  • Bridges, Equivalent Loads on, P. H. Parr, 411
  • Bridges, Muskham, on the Great North Road, 313, 316
  • Bridges, Railway--see Railways
  • British and American Road Construction and Maintenance, A. Dryland, 655
  • British Electrical Research--see Electrical Matters
  • British Engineering and the Chinese Market, 424
  • British Engineering Standards Association, Keys and Keyways, 388 ; (Letters), 451, 532
  • British Non-ferrous Metals Research Association, Die Casting Alloys Research, 699; Lectures, 211
  • British Trade with China, 75
  • British Wagons--see Railways
  • British Waterworks Association, Annual Meeting and Programme, 565
  • Brownlie, David, on the Early History of the Gas Process, 331
  • Brownlie, David, on Ideal for Efficient Steam Generation, 649
  • Brownlie, David, Supplement to the Lakeside Electric Power Station, 480 ; (Letters), 507, 532
  • Bruce Ball on Mechanical Contrivances in Connection with Storage and Distribution of Water, 696
  • Buenos Aires, Traffic Problems in, 99
  • Buffers--see Railways
  • Burney, Commander C. D., Self-supporting Airship Service, 141, 142
  • Burning Oil Well, Extinguishing, 453
  • Burstall, Professor F. W., A New Form of Optical Indicator, 87, 88
  • Butler, D. B., on "Ciment Electrique," 668
  • By-paths in the Fundamentals of Engineering, Julius Frith and Frederick Buckingham, 544

C

  • CABLE Ship--see Ships
  • Calendars, Diaries, andc., 40, 66, 108, 159
  • Canada, Notes from, 65
  • Canadian Iron, Steel and Machinery Market, 562
  • Canadian Mineral Production, 132
  • Canal, Proposed Second Isthmian, 256
  • Canal, Welland, Development, 669
  • Capitalists, Engineers as, 317
  • Cargo Handling at Ports : British and American Methods Compared, Brysson Cunningham, 656
  • Carlisle, New Gasworks at, 541, 554, 584
  • Carpenter, Professor H. C., and Mr. C. Coldron Smith, on Work-hardened Aluminium Sheet, 265
  • Carpenter, Professor H. C. H., Production of Single Metallic Crystals, andc., 546, 551, 555
  • Cars and Coaches, Railway--see Railways
  • Carter Disc Grain Separator, R. Boby, Limited, 680, 681
  • Catalogues, 56, 82, 248, 276, 295, 322, 353, 379, 401, 485, 565, 673
  • Cattle Slaughterer, Humane, Accles and Shelvoke, Limited, 223
  • Cement, Defective German, 268
  • Cement Kiln, Automatic Shaft, Henry Pooley, 391
  • Century of Progress, 641
  • Chaloner, J. L., Oil Engine Nomenclature, 202 ; (Letter), 574
  • Chance and the Laws of Nature, 609, 616
  • Chemical Engineers and their Training, 635
  • Chemical Factory, The Engineer in the, 84
  • China, British Trade with, 75
  • CHINESE ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - 2,70, 178; (Letter), 116
  • - Hong Kong, 2, 71
  • - Peking, 2, 70, 178
  • - Shanghai, 2, 71, 178
  • CHINESE Market, British Engineering and the, 424
  • Chinese Students in Britain, 43
  • Chlorine--see Electrolytic
  • Chromium--see Iron and Steel
  • "Ciment Electrique," D. B. Butler, 668
  • Civil Aviation--see Aeronautics
  • Closed-feed System, Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Limited, 155
  • Clyde Oil Fuel System--see Ships
  • COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :
  • - Borneo, Coal Resources of, 344
  • - Coke as a Factor in Fuel Economy of Blastfurnace, E. R. Sutcliffe and Others, 529
  • - Draper Coal-washing Machine, 222
  • - Gas-driven Coke Hoist, Mark Webber, Limited, 223
  • - Lakeside Power Station at Milwaukee, Coal Drying and Pulverising, Dumping and Conveying Arrangements at, 383--see also Electrical Matters
  • - Morwell Brown Coal and Electrical Scheme, Victoria, Australia, 163, 482
  • - State Coal Mines, 664
  • - Water in Coal, 396
  • - Winding Drum at the Bertie Pit, Trehafod, Robey and Co., Limited, 670
  • COBALT Steel--see Iron and Steel
  • Cold Room at the British Industries Fair, John Kirkaldy, Limited, 201
  • Collins, W. G., Micro-indicator of High-speed Engines, 87, 100
  • Columbia, Port Improvements in, 637
  • Colwyn Bay--see Electrical Matters
  • Compressing Acetylene, A. D. Risteen, 403
  • Compressor--see Air Compressor
  • Concrete-lined Metal Pipes, Stanton Ironworks Company, 531
  • Concrete Plant for the Avon Dam, Sydney Water Supply, 570, 572 (Two-page Supplement, June 1st, 1923)
  • Condensing in Locomotives--see Railway Locomotives
  • Condensing Plant Tests at Dalmarnock, 215
  • Conduit Separator for Oily Ballast Water, R. C. Knight and Dunford Smith, 688
  • Consulting Engineers, 282
  • Contracts, 8, 50, 79, 102, 130, 159, 218, 239, 273, 296, 330, 353, 379, 405, 436, 459, 488, 511, 540, 565, 619, 673, 704
  • Contracts Going Abroad, 235
  • Conveyor System, Lip-bucket, and Gas Exhausters at Carlisle Gasworks, 586, 587
  • Copper-aluminium-nickel Ternary System, C. R. Austin and A. J. Murphy, 305
  • Copper, Hardness of, andc., A. L. Norbury, 305
  • Corrosion, 450 ; (Correction), 472
  • Corrosion of Metals, Joint Meeting on, 412
  • Cotton Development in the Sudan, 74
  • Cotton Mills and Depot at Bombay, 496 ; (Letter), 688
  • Cotton Printing, Oriental, in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, G. Baker, 154
  • Couplers, Railway--see Railways
  • Coupling, Flexible, Wellman Bibby Company, Limited, 130
  • Coupling for Road Wagons, 505
  • Crane, Road, Petrol-electric, Henry J. Coles, Limited, 66
  • Crane, Runabout Electric, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Limited, 153
  • Crane, Self-propelling 30-Ton Floating, Rendel, Palmer and Tritton, 454
  • Cranes, Portal Jib, on the Wharf at Risdon Zinc Works, Babcock and Wilcox, 394, 398
  • Creedy, F., on Variable-speed Alternating- current Motors Without Commutators, 49
  • Cunningham, Brysson, on Cargo Handling, British and American Methods Compared, 650
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 26, 54, 80, 106, 134, 160, 188, 216, 246, 274, 300, 328, 354, 380, 406, 434, 460, 486, 512, 538, 566, 592, 620, 646, 674, 702
  • Cutting Tools--see Machine Tools

D

  • DAWSON, Sir Philip, on Railway Electrification, 501
  • Delaware and Hudson Company Centenary, 494
  • Dempster Smith, Report on Lathe Tools, 95, 234 ; (Letter), 295
  • Denny, Maurice E., on Vane Wheel Propulsion, 184
  • Derby Works--see Works
  • Detecting Fire at Sea, Rich System, 242 ; (Paragraph), 282
  • Detonators, 366
  • d'Eyncourt, Sir Eustace, and Mr. J. H. Narbeth, Proposed Aircraft-carrying Mail Steamer, 310, 323
  • Diatomaceous Earth, Mining, in California, 229
  • Dickinson, H. W., An Engineer's Sketch Book of the Eighteenth Century, 59
  • Die Casting Alloys Research, 699
  • Die Casting--see also Type
  • Die-sinking Press, G. Twigg and Son, 222
  • Diesel Engines--see Engines
  • Diesel Engine Users' Association Papers--see Associations
  • Diffusion of Knowledge, 582
  • Dillingen Hutte--see Works
  • Dipper Dredger for the River Yare, 371
  • Disinfecting Railway Carriages--see Railways
  • Dock Appliances at Glasgow Harbour, Daniel Fife, 696
  • Doubt and Research, 424
  • Drainage Works in Peru, 151
  • Drilling Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Dryland, A., op British and American Road Construction and Maintenance, 655

E

  • ECONOMISER and Ringstay Joint, E. Green and Son, Limited, 605
  • Educational Intelligence, 152, 198, 239
  • Einstein's Law of Gravitation, 609, 616

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • - See also Annual Articles
  • - Aber-Vrac'h Tidal Power Scheme, 36
  • - Aircraft, Wireless Equipment of, 192
  • - Alternating-current Motors, Newton Brothers, 223
  • - Alternators, High-speed, Problems and Solution, J. Rosen, 206, 210
  • - Arc Welding a Fractured Ingot Stripper Ram, 668
  • - Auxiliary Naval Vessels, Electric Drive in, 110, 122
  • - Barton Electric Power Station, Manchester, 102, 602, 626 ; (Correction), 673
  • - British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, 88
  • - British Electrical Development Association, Annual Luncheon, 322
  • - British Fair Electric Exhibits, 201
  • - Brookhirst Switchgear, 659
  • - Buenos Aires Railways Power-houses and Electric Equipment, 517, 526
  • - Colwyn Bay, Distributing Station at, J. B. C. Kershaw, 548
  • - Comines Power Station, 7, 249, 262, 277 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Control Gear for Great Western Railway Pumping Installation at Cardiff Docks, 428
  • - Control of Speed and Power Factor of Induction Motors, Professor Miles Walker, 226, 256
  • - Cyc-Arc Welding Process Development, Apparatus by L. J. Steele and Others, 306 ; (Correction), 356
  • - Diesel-electric Pumping Plant, 599
  • - Electricity Commissioners, 48
  • - Electricity Supplies, 343
  • - Generation of Electricity in Great Britain, 395, 401
  • - Heating and Lighting at Prestwood Sanatorium, Henry Lea and Son, 204, 212
  • - Heating Wagon, 15,000-Volt, Swiss Railways, Brown, Boveri and Co. and Sulzer Brothers, 208, 209
  • - Indicators--see Indicator
  • - Lakeside Electric Power Station at Milwaukee, 383, 409, 422, 437, 448, 480 ; (Letters), 507, 532
  • - Luxembourg, Electrical Enterprise in, 292
  • - Magnetic Drum Recorders, Dr. McLachlan, 641
  • - Mid-Lancaster Electricity District, 561
  • - Morwell Brown Coal and Electrical Scheme, Victoria, Australia, 163, 482
  • - Motor Control Panel, Igranic Electric Company, 400
  • - Outdoor Switchgear, Schuil and Gullinan, 430
  • - Power Rectifiers, Modern, R. L. Morrison, 258, 259, 264
  • - Power Station Auxiliaries, 468
  • - Public Supply of Electricity, Joint Meeting of Institutions in Birmingham, 115, 149
  • - Public Supply of Electricity, C. H. Wordingham, 226
  • - Rhaetian Railway Electrical Equipment, 464, 474, 492
  • - Rotherham Power Station, 578
  • - South-East Lancashire Electricity Board, 574
  • - Steel Works, Electricity in, C. A. Ablett, 547
  • - Stoke-on-Trent Electricity Works, Extension of, 65
  • - Super Power Stations--see Public Supply
  • - Switchgear Works, A. Reyrolle and Co., 38
  • - Track Circuiting--see Railways
  • - Transmission of Power, Electric, for Propelling Machinery, W. J. Belsey, 441
  • - Turbo-generators, 206
  • - Variable-speed Alternating-current Motors Without Commutators, F. Greedy, 49
  • - Winding Plant, Largest Electrical, Fullerton, Hodgart and Barclay, Limited, 126, 127
  • ELECTROLYTIC Chlorine and its Future, John G. A. Rhodin, 598
  • Emmet, W. L. R., on Electric Ship Propulsion, 365, 376
  • Employers' Liability--see Labour

ENGINES AND MOTORS :

  • - Admiralty Engineering Laboratory, Engines at, 489 (Two-page Supplement, May 11th, 1923)
  • - Aero-engine, Small Two-cylinder "Cherub," Bristol Aeroplane Company, Limited, 270
  • - Aeroplane Engines, "Condor," 650 H.P., Rolls-Royce; Napier "Cub," 1000 H.P.; Bristol "Lucifer," 100H.P. Three-cylinder, 11
  • - Beam Engines and Portable Engine, 1790- 1800, H. W. Dickinson, 59
  • - Belgian Hot Bulb Engine with R.E.M. Type Fuel Pump, 120
  • - Clyde Marine Oil Engines, Professor Mellanby, 696
  • - Cold-starting Oil Engine, Petters, Limited, 666
  • - Cooling Water, Use of, for Diesel Engines, J. G. Griffin, 602
  • - Diesel Engine Users' Association Papers--see Associations
  • - Diesel Engines for Sewage Pumping Plant at Calumet, 599
  • - Dutch Diesel-electric Ship Pelikaan, Engines for, 110, 122
  • - Evolution of the Heavy Oil Engine, R. E. Mathot, 137
  • - Indicators--see Indicator
  • - Long-stroke Diesel Engine, Burmeister and Wain, 446
  • - Losses in Heat Engines, andc., W. P. Sillince, 640
  • - Marine Diesel Engines, Review of, Figures of Firms Contributing to the Review, 61, 69 ; (Letters), 295
  • - Marine Engines--see also Annual Articles
  • - Motor Ship Dalgoma, Twin-screw Two- stroke Diesel Engines for, 576
  • - Neptune Type Two-stroke Cycle Marine Engine, 1400 I.H.P., 17
  • - Oil Engine Nomenclature, J. L. Chaloner, 202 ; (Letter), 574
  • - Oil Engine Nomenclature, Report of Committee of Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 152
  • - Robson Solid Injection Oil Engine, 523
  • - Six-cylinder Oil Engine, Plenty and Son, Limited, 176, 180
  • - Sulzer R.V. Solid Injection Type Engine, 17 ; (Letters), 295
  • - Twenty Years of Diesel Engine Building, Eng.-Lieut.-Commander L. J. Le Mesurier, 85 ; (Letters), 295
  • - Uniflow, Horizontal Engine for Steam Wagon, Atkinson and Co., 680
  • - Utilisation of Heavy Fuel Oils in Internal Combustion Engines, Harold E. Moore, 127
  • ENGINEER, The, in the Chemical Factory, 84
  • Engineer, What Science Owes to the, 556
  • Engineers as Capitalists, 317
  • Engineer's Sketch Book of the Eighteenth Century, H. W. Dickinson, 59
  • Engineering and Agriculture, 343
  • Engineering, Architecture of, 632
  • Engineering Association of Malaya, 416
  • Engineering Materials, Fluctuations in the Prices of, During the Year 1922, 3
  • Engineering Standards Association of Australia, 75
  • Evolution of the Heavy Oil Engine--see Engines
  • Excavator, British Drag Line, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 534 (Two-page Supplement, May 18th, 1923)
  • Excavators, Steam Crane, for Bombay, J. H. Wilson and Co., Limited, 284, 285

EXHIBITIONS :

  • - British Empire Exhibition, 36
  • - British Industries Fair, 201, 222, 254
  • - Ideal Home Exhibition, 270
  • - Mining Exhibition in London, 604, 632
  • - Model Engineer Exhibition, 48
  • - Royal Agricultural Show at Newcastle, 680
  • EXTINGUISHING a Burning Oil Well, 453

F

  • FACTORY Driving Units for the East, Parsons Motor Company, Limited, 239
  • Factories--see also Works
  • Fair--see Exhibitions
  • Fairey, C. R., on Seaplanes, 141, 165, 166, 174
  • Fallacy of the "Safety" Cutter Block, 156 ; (Letter), 154
  • Farmer, E., Considerations Regarding Technique, 606
  • Feed Heating in Locomotives--see Railway Locomotives
  • Fife, Daniel, on Dock Appliances at Glasgow Harbour, 696
  • Files, Taylor Tool and File Company, Limited, 254
  • Filter, Stream-line, Dr. Hele-Shaw, 520
  • Fire--see Detecting
  • Firms, Famous, Short Histories of, E. L. Ahrons :
  • - Bury, Edward, and Co. (Bury, Curtis and Kennedy), Clarence Foundry, Liverpool, 111 ; (Letter), 198
  • - For List of Locomotives see Railway Locomotives
  • Fleming, Dr. J. A., on Problems in Telephony, Kelvin Lecture, 528
  • Flexible Coupling, Wellman Bibby Company, Limited, 130
  • Forrest, James, Lecture by Sir R. T. Glazebrook on the Interdependence of Abstract Science and Engineering, 502
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 28, 56, 82, 108, 136, 162, 190, 218, 248, 276, 302, 330, 356, 382, 408, 436, 462, 488, 514, 540, 568, 594, 622, 648, 676, 704
  • Foundry, Fry's Metal, London, and Equipment, 164
  • Foundry Material Handling Appliances, 532
  • French Congress on Industrial Heating, 693
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - 27, 55, 81, 107, 135, 161, 189, 217, 247, 275, 301, 329, 355, 381, 407, 435, 461, 487, 513, 539, 567, 593, 621, 647, 675, 703
  • - Academy of Science, 647
  • - Alcohol Fuel, 217
  • - Alcohol Mixtures, 247
  • - Angora Concessions, 435
  • - Better Outlook, 355
  • - Big Contract, 513
  • - Boiler, Electric, 539
  • - Brickmaking Machinery, 567
  • - Cancelling Contracts, 275
  • - Cheap Flight, 407
  • - Coke Production, 675
  • - Coke Supplies, 135, 329, 513
  • - Colonial Railways, 381
  • - Colonial Works, 275
  • - Commercial Arrangements, 355
  • - Comptoirs, The, 27
  • - Continuous Brakes, 81, 217
  • - Degree of Doctor of Engineering, 513
  • - Desert Traction, 487
  • - Electrical Distribution, 329
  • - Electric Road Traction, 567
  • - Engine Nomenclature, 161
  • - Engineering Trades, 301
  • - Fiscal Tariffs, 381
  • - Flood Protection, 301, 329
  • - Foreign Contracts, 435
  • - Foreign Trade, 135, 461
  • - Fuel Costs, 247
  • - Higher Prices, 161
  • - Horse-power, 487
  • - Import Duties, 27
  • - Increased Duties, 161
  • - Industrial Blockade, 189
  • - Industrial Organisation, 647
  • - International Steel Union, 703
  • - International Transit, 435
  • - Joy Stick, 567
  • - Keeping Trade, 189
  • - Laboratories, 329
  • - Labour, 593
  • - Labour-saving Appliances, 539
  • - Loss of Foreign Trade, 55
  • - Machinery Trade, 81, 435
  • - Marc Seguin, 703
  • - Mechanical Coal Getters, 355
  • - Motor Fuels, 27, 247
  • - Motor Rail Cars, 189
  • - Moving Platform and Air Cars, 621
  • - National Fuel, 593
  • - National Fuel Week, 381
  • - Naval Aviation, 621
  • - Naval Programme, 135, 217
  • - Naval Questions, 301
  • - Oil Tanks, 703
  • - Outlook, 55
  • - Paris Extensions, 461
  • - Paris Fair, 539
  • - Paris Traffic, 275
  • - Paris Water Supply, 593
  • - Petrol Locomotives, 487
  • - Power Alcohol, 703
  • - Production, 593
  • - Production Costs, 487
  • - Railway Centenary, 647
  • - Railway Construction, 55
  • - Railway in Difficulties, 621
  • - Raw Material, 275
  • - Reconstruction, 407, 647
  • - Rove Tunnel, 135
  • - Ruhr, The, 81, 107
  • - Ruhr Coke, 407
  • - Ruhr Strike, 621
  • - Rural Electrification, 107
  • - Sahara Motor Trip, 81
  • - Sewage Disposal, 27
  • - State Alcohol Control, 55
  • - State Electrical Distribution, 27
  • - State Electrification, 407
  • - Strikes, 217
  • - Suction Gas Lorries, 329
  • - Summer Time, 487
  • - Tariff Problem, 675
  • - The "Civils" Anniversary, 513
  • - Trade Activity, 675
  • - Trade Future, 461, 567
  • - Trade Relapse, 107
  • - Tram and Roadway Costs, 107
  • - Transport, 461
  • - Tunnelling, 161
  • FRENCH Policy and British Trade, 582
  • Frith, Julius, and F. Buckingham, By-paths in the Fundamentals of Engineering, 544
  • Fuel Oil--see Oils
  • Fundamentals--see By-paths
  • Furnace for Brown Coal, Underfeed Stoker Company, Limited, 163, 482
  • Furnace, Forced Draught, for Burning Anthracite Dust, Turbine Furnace Company, Limited, 605, 606
  • Furnaces, Various, at the British Industries Fair, 255

G

  • GAS Calorimeter, Recording, Professor C. V. Boys, 470
  • Gas Plant and Gasometer at Soho, William Murdoch, 331
  • Gas Process, Early History of the, D. Brownlie, 331
  • Gas Producer, New Type, R. G. Syndicate, 364
  • Gas Turbine in Theory and Practice, 466, 490, 515, 557, 583, 595, 630
  • Gas--see also Water Gas
  • Gasworks at Chicago, 614
  • Gasworks, New, at Carlisle, 541, 554, 584
  • Gauge-measuring Machine, Axel C. Wickman, 266
  • Gauges, Indicating and Recording, in Boiler Control, C. and P., Sarco, W.R., 437
  • Gear Wheels, Accuracy of, 123 ; (Letter), 198
  • Gears--see also Spiral
  • Geological Survey of Great Britain, 178
  • Giant's Causeway Tramway, Fortieth Anniversary of Opening, 562
  • Gibson, Professor, Use of Models in Engineering, 174
  • Girder Bridge Design, T. C. Hood, 124
  • Glasgow, Old, Science and Industry in, 623
  • Glazebrook, Sir R. T., James Forrest Lecture, on Abstract Science and Engineering, 502
  • Glazebrook, Sir R. T., on Standardisation of Methods of Research, 682
  • Gosport, Landing Stage and Wharf, 166
  • Gosselin, C. Le M., on The Use and Limit of the Steam Wagon, 419
  • Gravitation, Einstein's Law of, 609, 616
  • Greenwood, William, on Suction Gas Producers, 340
  • Gresley, H. N., on Wagon Stock on British Railways, 149, 151
  • Griffin, J. J., on The Use of Cooling Water for Diesel Engines, 602
  • Grinding Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Gwynne-Pennell Rotary Trap, 285

H

  • HADFIELD, Sir Robert, on Modern Trackwork and its Importance, 654
  • Hammer, Magnifier, for Sclerescope Hardness Test, R. Genders, 306
  • Hammer, Spring Power, Fraser Patent Power Hammer Company, 255
  • Hammers, Spring, Drop Stamp, andc., Alldays and Onions, Limited, 223
  • Handley Page on The Slotted Wing, 683
  • Hankins, G. A., on The Relation between Scratch and Load, andc., in Hardness Tests, 444, 449
  • Hardman, J., on the Spinning Mule, 144
  • Hardness, Our Knowledge of, 691
  • Hardness and Solid Viscosity of Metals, 449
  • Hardness Tester, The "Pendulum," Edward G. Herbert, Limited, 390, 445 ; (Letter), 429
  • Hardness Testing of Bearing Metals, Christopher H. Bierbaum, 420
  • Hardness Testing, Recent Developments in, Edward G. Herbert, 686, 691
  • Hardness Tests, Relation between Scratch and Load, andc., G. A. Hankins, 444, 449
  • Hardness--see also Iron and Steel
  • Hay Rick Lifter, Self-loading, Alex. Jack and Sons, Limited, 680
  • Heating and Lighting at Prestwood Sanatorium, H. Lea and Son, 204, 212
  • Heating Wagon--see Railways
  • Heavy Oil--see Oils
  • Helicopter--see Aeronautics
  • Henderson, A. C. F., on Present-day Problems in the Design of Ships, 334
  • Herbert, Edward G., on Recent Developments in Hardness Testing, 686
  • Hill, Mr. A. J., Great Eastern Railway, Presentation to, 400
  • Histories, Short, of Famous Firms, E. L. Ahrons--see Firms
  • Holzwarth's Oil Combustion 500 H.P. Turbine, and Proposed 10,000-Kilowatt Producer Gas Turbine, 595
  • Hood, T. C., on Girder Bridge Design, 124
  • Hydro-electric Power House in California, 456
  • Hydro-electric Project in Ulster, 350
  • Hydro-electrical Situation in Spain, 240

I

  • IDEAL for Efficient Steam Generation, David Brownlie, 649
  • Import Trade of India, April-December, 1922, 362
  • India, Old Machine Tools in, 673
  • INDIAN ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - 50, 92, 170, 640
  • - Aerial Ropeways, 640
  • - Agricultural Tramways, 170
  • - Amazing Accident, 170
  • - Bolt from the Blue, 50
  • - Calcutta Drainage, 92
  • - Concrete Railway Sleepers, 170
  • - East Indian Railway, 92
  • - Five Years' Programme, 50
  • - Indian Steel Castings, 640
  • - Industrial Housing, 50
  • - Iron and Steel Industry, 50
  • - Magnificent Avenue, 170
  • - Navigation in Shallow Waters, 92
  • - New West Coast Harbour, 640
  • - News in Brief, 50, 92, 170, 640
  • - Railway Improvements, 170
  • - Successful Hydroglisseurs, 640
  • - Vizagapatam, 92
  • INDICATOR, Engine, The Midgley, 236
  • Indicator, Mean Pressure, H. E. Wimperis, 238
  • Indicator, Micro-, for High-speed Engines, W. G. Collins, 87, 100
  • Indicator, Optical, Professor F. W. Burstall, 87, 88
  • Indicator, R.A.E. Electrical, for Internal Combustion Engines, andc., H. Wood. 87, 100, 101, 102, 168, 169
  • Indicators, Symposium of Papers at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 87, 100, 168, 177, 236
  • Industrial Fatigue Research Board Report, Mr. E. Farmer's Paper, 606
  • Industrial Heating, French Congress on, 693
  • Inland Transport, 692
  • Institutes and Institutions--see Associations
  • Instruments for Boiler Control, J. B. C. Kershaw, 437
  • Insurance, Unemployment, 423
  • Internal Combustion Heat Losses and Specific Heat of Working Fluid, Wm. J. Walker, 191
  • Internal Combustion Turbine, 475
  • International Air Congress--see Aeronautics
  • International Navigation Congress, Thirteenth, 588
  • International Roads Congress at Seville, 494, 522
  • Invernairn, Lord, on Sugar Machinery, 694
  • IRON AND STEEL :
  • - Alloy Steels, Acl Range in, J. A. Jones, 548
  • - Alloys of Iron and Nickel, Dr. D. Hanson and Mr. J. R. Freeman, 548
  • - Basic Slags, T. P. Colclough, 547
  • - Canadian Iron and Steel Market, 600
  • - Cast Iron, 96
  • - Chromium Steels, Mechanical Properties of, C. R. Austin, 548
  • - Cobalt Steels for Permanent Magnets, J. F. Kayser, 57, 83
  • - Electricity in Steel Works, C. A. Ablett, 547
  • - French Iron and Steel Production in March, 532
  • IRON AND STEEL (continued);
  • - Gas Producers in Steel Works, Fred Clements, 530
  • - Globular Cementite, Professor C. H. Desch and Mr. A. T. Roberts, 547
  • - Hardness, Brinell, &c., Hugh OíNeill, 548
  • - Hardness, Professor C. A. Edwards and Mr. Charles R. Austin, 548
  • - Iron and Steel Outlook, 125
  • - Iron and Steel Works--see Works
  • - Mechanical Properties of Metallic Crystals, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 546, 551, 555
  • - Stainless Steel Patents, 497
  • - Tin in Steel, J. H. Whiteley and A. Braithwaite, 546
  • - True Steels, Dr. J. O. Arnold, 546

J

  • JENKINSON, J. A., on Railway Requirements of an Important Industrial Area, 654

K

  • KAYSER, J. F., Cobalt Steels for Permanent Magnets, 57, 83
  • Kearsarge Crane, 690, 698
  • Kelvin Lecture on Telephony, Dr. J. A. Fleming, 528
  • Kemnal, Sir James, on Water-tube Boiler and Crane Construction, 695
  • Kep Gear, Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, 604
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., Control of Boilers by Temperature and Draught Measurements, 437
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., Electricity Distributing Station at Colwyn Bay, 548
  • Keys and Key ways, British Engineering Standards Association, 388 ; (Letters), 451, 532
  • Kieselguhr--see Diatomaceous
  • Kynoch, W., and J. A. Coderre, Creosote Treatment of Sleepers, 145

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  • LABORATORIES, Research, at Wembley, General Electric Company, 228, 232
  • Laboratory, Admiralty Engineering, at West Drayton, 489 (Two-page Supplement, May 11th, 1923)
  • LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES AND WAGES QUESTIONS :
  • - Employment Situation in United States, 600
  • - Liability of Employers, 70
  • - Unemployment Insurance, 423
  • - Welfare Work at Stanton, 640
  • LANDING Stage and Wharf at Gosport, 166
  • Lathes--see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 187, 215, 230, 302, 330, 356, 379, 400, 433, 485, 511, 537, 591, 622, 645
  • LEADERS :
  • - 1922-- A Retrospect: Unemployment, Labour Disputes, Technical Progress, China, 15
  • - Abstract Science and the Engineer, 502
  • - Accuracy of Gear Wheels, 123
  • - British Railway Wagon, The, 149
  • - Broken Axle, 476
  • - Cast Iron, 96
  • - Chance and the Laws of Nature, 609
  • - Chemical Engineers and their Training, 635
  • - Chinese Students in Britain, 43
  • - Civil Aviation and the Government, 233
  • - Corrosion, 450
  • - Diffusion of Knowledge, 582
  • - Doubt and Research, 424
  • - Electricity Supplies, 343
  • - Engineering and Agriculture, 343
  • - Engineers as Capitalists, 317
  • - Engineers and the Rubber Industry, 205
  • - French Naval Statute, 369
  • - French Policy and British Trade, 582
  • - Generation of Electricity in Great Britain, 395
  • - Great Gift, 206
  • - Hardness and Solid Viscosity of Metals, 449
  • - Helicopter Competition, 527
  • - Indicator, The, 177
  • - Inland Transport, 692
  • - Institute of Metals, 290
  • - Internal Combustion Turbine, 475
  • - International Air Congress, 663
  • - Kelvin Lecture, 528
  • - Liability of Employers, 70
  • - Main Line Railway Electrification, 123; (Letter), 154
  • - Marine Diesel Engine, The, 69
  • - Mechanical Engineering and its Materials, 178
  • - Mechanical Properties of Metallic Crystals, 555
  • - Navy Estimates, 289
  • - Newton and Einstein, 581
  • - Operation of Water Gas Plant, 635
  • - Our Knowledge of Hardness, 691
  • - Popular Knowledge, 635
  • - Power Rectifiers, 264
  • - Railway Electrification, 501
  • - Railway Position, 263
  • - Railway Speeds, 610
  • - Railways' Opportunity, 369
  • - Research, 234
  • - Research on Cutting Tools, 95
  • - State Coal Mines, 664
  • - Super Power Stations, 149
  • - Temperature Control, 44
  • - Textile Machinery Papers at "The Mechanicals," 44
  • - Turbo Generators, 206
  • - Unemployment Insurance, 423
  • - Verdict on the Therm, 290
  • - Water in Coal, 396
  • - What Science Owes to the Engineer, 556
  • LEA, Professor F. C., on Tensile Tests of Materials at High Temperatures, 178, 182
  • Le Mesurier, Eng.-Lieut.-Commander L. J., on Twenty Years of Diesel Engine Building, 85 ; (Letters), 295

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS :

  • - England, North of, 24, 25, 52, 78, 104, 132, 158, 186, 214, 244, 272, 273, 298, 326, 352, 378, 404, 432, 458, 484, 485, 510, 536, 564, 565, 590, 618, 644, 672, 700, 701
  • - Lancashire, 23, 25, 51, 77, 103, 105, 131, 157, 185, 213, 244, 271, 297, 325, 351, 377, 403, 431, 457, 483, 509, 535, 563, 589, 617, 643, 671, 699
  • - Midlands and Staffordshire, 23, 51, 77, 103, 131, 157, 184, 213, 243, 271, 297, 325, 351, 377, 403, 431, 457, 483, 509, 535, 563, 565, 589, 617, 643, 671, 699
  • - Scotland, 25, 53, 79, 105, 133, 159, 187, 215, 245, 273, 299, 327, 353, 379, 405, 433, 459, 485, 511, 537, 565, 590, 619, 645, 672, 701
  • - Sheffield, 24, 52, 78, 104, 132, 158, 186, 214, 243, 272, 298, 326, 352, 378, 404, 432, 458, 484, 510, 536, 564, 590, 618, 644, 672, 700
  • - Wales and Adjoining Counties, 25, 53, 79, 105, 133, 159, 187, 215, 245, 273, 299, 327, 353, 379, 405, 433, 459, 485, 510, 537, 565, 591, 619, 645, 673, 701

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

  • - Accident to the G.N.R. Express Train, J. T. Marshall, 198
  • - Accuracy of Gear Wheels, Axel C. Wickman, 198
  • - American Boiler Rating, G. A. Rossetti, 507 ; D. Brownlie, 533
  • - Ball Valves, W. D., 340
  • - "Baltic" Type Locomotives, C. R. King, 170
  • - Boiler Plant Testing, D. Brownlie, 36 ; F. W. Dean, 230
  • - Catalogues and Public Libraries, Charles Nowell, 154
  • - China, Cecil S. Howsin, 116
  • - Church, The Engineers', E. Kilburn Scott, 230
  • - Coal Mining--see Heng-Chow
  • - Cyclic Irregularity of Gas Engines, Geo. T. Pardoe, 230 ; H. E. Wimperis, 295
  • - Design for an Express Locomotive, E. C. Poultney, 429 ; F. W. and A. J. Brewer, 506, 660 ; C. R. K., 532 ; C. W. Dauncy, 574 ; J. Riekie, 660
  • - Electric Welding, A. E. Shorter, 116
  • - Errors of Gauging, T. W. Cooper, 36
  • - First Locomotive with Inside Cylinders, F. W. Brewer, 198
  • - Gas Measured by Therms, W. A., 340
  • - Great Western Expresses, R. H. Nicholls, 507 ; Writer of the Article, 507
  • - Hardness Tests, Manufac., 429
  • - Heng-Chow Company, Limited, China Mines, Cecil G. Howsin, 472 ; Heng-Chow Company, Limited, 532
  • - Human Side, Argon, 74
  • - Informal Meetings, Three of the Eight, 451
  • - Interesting Gear, F. E. Lindsay, 660
  • - Lathe Tool Research, Edward G. Herbert, 295
  • - Law of Heat Transmission, R. Royds, 36
  • - Lift of a Ball Valve, C. B. Clapham, 472
  • - Locomotive Boosters, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, 507
  • - Made versus Purchased Gauges, Hy. Baker, 154 ; Axel C. Wickman, 198
  • - Mazagon Cotton Depot, Bombay, W. H. Neilson, 688
  • - Mechanical Couplers for Indian Broad-gauge Railways, X., 451 ; Writer of the Article, 614
  • - Mechanical Gearing, W. H. Martin, 428
  • - Nicolson Boiler, J. Adamson and Co., 12 ; C. E. Stromeyer, 12
  • - Noisy Steam Locomotives, L. J. Le Mesurier, 340
  • - Oil Engine Nomenclature, H. A. Stuart, 574
  • - Proposed Standard Keys and Key ways, C. J. Sansom, 451 ; Brown Bayley's Steel Works, Limited, 533
  • - Railway Electrification, W. P. Durtnall, 154 ; Alex. D. Ferguson, 198
  • - Railway Signalling, J. Jackson, 230 ; S. P. Christie, 256
  • - Railway Speeds, Horace Myers, Major, 660 ; J. S. Pringle, 688
  • - Research in Cutting Tools, J. F. Kayser, 154
  • - Review of Marine Diesel Engines, L. Le Mesurier, for Sulzer Bros., 295
  • - Safety Regulations for Saw Mills, G. Bellhouse, H.M. Chief Inspector of Factories, 154 ; A. W. Glover, 230
  • - Saw Guards, andc.--see Safety
  • - Scientific Literature, T. W. MacAlpine, 170
  • - The Late Mr. John Williamson, Geo. T. Williamson, 507
  • - Theoretical Aspect of Heat Regeneration for Internal Combustion Motors, W. J. Walker, 506
  • - Thickness of Oil Films, J. E. Sears, 12
  • - Traffic Congestion in London : A Proposed Remedy, J. D. Roots, 688
  • - Twenty Years of Diesel Engine Building, Cummins Syndicate, Limited, 295
  • - Utilisation of Exhaust Steam in Locomotives, J. G. H. Warren, 429
  • - Warning to Inventors, G. Drury Coleman, 170; Precision Photo Printing Plant, Limited, 198 ; Ferranti Limited, 256
  • - What do Employers Want ? A.M. Inst. C.E., 256 ; M.I. Meeh. E., 295 ; R. P., 295
  • LIFEBOATS--see Ships
  • Lighthouse Apparatus for Port Said, Chance Brothers and Co., Limited, 202

LITERATURE :

  • Reviews:
  • - Alfred Yarrow, His Life and Work, Eleanor C. Barnes (Lady Yarrow), 664
  • - Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1923, Sir Alexander Richardson and Archibald Hurd, 44
  • - Design and Construction of Dams, Edward Wegmann, 692
  • - Design of Masonry Structures and Foundations, Clement C. Williams, 636
  • - Etude sur le Ballon Captif et les Aeronefs Marins, Commandant Charles Lafon, 62, 179
  • - Farm Implements and Machinery, J. R. Bond, 366, 665
  • - Jane's Fighting Ships, 1922, Oscar Parkes, 366, 556
  • - Mechanisms of Machine Tools, Thomas R. Shaw, 610

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Reviews (continued):
  • - Merchant Ships of the World, 1923, Frank C. Bowen and F. J. N. Wedge, 520
  • - Metals and Metallic Compounds, Vol. I. and Vol. II., Ulick R. Evans, 583
  • - Scottish Canals and Waterways, Edwin A. Pratt, 637
  • - Ships of the Royal Navy, Oscar Parkes, 179, 290
  • - Subject Index to Periodicals, K, Science and Technology, 45
  • - Thermal Treatment of Steel, J. W. Urquhart, 62
  • - Woollen and Worsted Spinning, Alfred F. Barker, 62
  • Short Notices :
  • - Atoms, Jean Perrin, 425, 665
  • - Belt Conveyors and Belt Elevators, F. V. Hetzel, M.E., 451, 665
  • - Destructive Distillation of Wood, H. M. Bunbury, 396, 665
  • - Indian Engineering, W. L. Strange, 425, 637
  • - Ironfoundry, The Modern, Joseph G. Horner, 425, 637
  • - Manufacture of Cane Sugar, L. Jones and F. I. Scard, 665
  • - Manufacture of Pulp and Paper, H. N. Lee, andc., 692
  • - Pioneer Railway Engineering, H. Stringer, 556, 637
  • - Printing Telegraph Systems and Mechanisms, H. H. Harrison, 425, 583
  • - Radio Experimenter's Handbook, Part II., Data and Design, Philip R. Coursey, 583, 637
  • - Railway Signalling, Automatic, F. Raynar Wilson, 637
  • - Vibration and Noise, Prevention of, Alec B. Eason, 425, 637
  • - X-rays, G. W. C. Kaye, 425, 583
  • - Year Book of Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, 583
  • Books Received:
  • - Absorption of Nitrous Gases, H. W. Webb, 665
  • - Advertiser's A.B.C., 396
  • - Advisory Committee for Aeronautics, Reports of the Light Alloys Sub-committee, June, 1921, 62
  • - Aircraft Steels and Materials, Brig.-General R. K. Bagnall-Wild and Others, 62
  • - Air Publication 905, Rigging Notes, F 5 Boat Seaplane, 235
  • - Allgemeine Maschinenlehre Vorlesungen uber Arbeitsgewinnung und Kraftmaschinen, Hugo Fischer, 318
  • - Alternating-current Electrical Engineering, W. Tolme Maccall, 583
  • - American Malleable Cast Iron, H. A. Schwartz, 179
  • - Annual Report of the Chamber of Shipping of the United Kingdom, 1922, 23, 610
  • - Association of British Chemical Manufacturers, Directory of Members, 290
  • - Association of Engineering and Shipbuilding Draughtsmen : Elements of Diesel Engine Design, D. Bruce, 62
  • - Barnett House Papers, No. 7 : Scientific Management and the Engineering Situation, Lecture, Sir W. Ashley, 318
  • - Bessel Functions, Treatise on the Theory of, G. N. Watson, 235
  • - Blast-furnace and Manufacture of Pig Iron, R. Forsythe, 151
  • - British Coal Mining Industry During the War, Sir R. A. S. Redmayne, 425
  • - By-product Coking, G. S. Cooper, 637
  • - California, State of, Public Works Bulletins : No. 4, Water Resources of California ; No. 5, Flow in California Streams ; No. 6, Irrigation Requirements of California Lands, 637
  • - Carrateristiche Costrutive delle Turbine, andc., 665
  • - Catalogo de la Biblioteca Nacional de Marina, 1922, 583
  • - Causes and Prevention of Corrosion, Alan A. Pollitt, 665
  • - Cements and Artificial Stones, The Late J. Watson, 318
  • - Chemistry, Inorganic and Theoretical, Vol. III., J. W. Mellor, 425
  • - Chemistry and Technology of Gelatin and Glue, Robert H. Bogue, 45
  • - Civil Engineering Geology, Cyril S. Fox, 318
  • - Back to Prosperity, H. Lowenfeld, 366
  • - Briquetting, A. L. Stillman, 366
  • - Cam Design and Manufacture, F. B. Jacobs, 366
  • - Cleveland Technical Institute, Bulletin, 290
  • - Coke for Steam-raising Purposes, andc., G. M. Gill, 235
  • - Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory, 610
  • - Commonsense of the Calculus, G. W. Brewster, 366
  • - Cost Accounts for the Metal Industry, H. E. Parkes, 62
  • - Costing and Price Fixing, J. M. Scott- Maxwell, 556
  • - Cour Complet de Mathematiques Speciales Mecanique, Tome III., J. Haag, 45
  • - Crystallisation of Metals, Lectures by Colonel N. T. Belaiew, 318
  • - Deflections of Suspension Bridges, John W. Spiller, 665
  • - Department of Scientific and Industrial Research :
  • -- British Association for Advancement of Science, Fourth Report on Colloid Chemistry, andc., 179
  • - Food Investigation Board :
  • -- Report for the Year 1921, 62
  • -- Special Report No. 9, by Engineering Committee, Transmission of Heat, andc., 62
  • - Fuel Research Board :
  • -- Technical Paper No. 5, Apparatus for Measurement of Specific Gravity, andc., A. Blackie, 265
  • - Design of Steam Boilers and Pressure Vessels, George B. Haven and G. W. Swett, 637
  • - Dictionary of Applied Physics, Sir R. Glaze- brook, 235
  • - Diesel Engine, A. Norton, 318
  • - Elasticity and Strength of Materials Used in Engineering Construction, Section I., C. A. P. Turner, 318

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Elasticity and Strength of Materials Used in Engineering Construction, Section II., Simple Flexure, C. A. P. Turner, 451
  • - Electric Cranes and Hauling Machines, F. E. Chilton, 451
  • - Electric Handling of Materials, Vol. IV., Machinery and Methods, H. H. Broughton, 665
  • - Electric Lift Equipment for Modern Buildings, Ronald Grierson, 665
  • - Electrician Annual Tables of Electricity Undertakings, 1923, 610
  • - Electrons, Electric Waves, and Wireless Telephony, J. A. Fleming, 583
  • - Elements of Applied Physics, Alpheus W. Smith, 692
  • - Empire Municipal Directorv and Year Book, 1923-24, 556
  • - Engine Balance, Treatise on, Using Exponentials, P. Cormac, 637
  • - Engineering Drawing for Technical Students, Principles of, Charles C. Leeds, 451
  • - Engineering of Excavation, George B. Massey, 692
  • - Engineering Industry and Crisis of 1922, A. Shadwell, 235
  • - English Clubs in all Parts of the World, 1923, E. C. Austin-Leigh, 318
  • - Essais de Soudures Autogene et Electrique de Pieces de Chaudihres, E. Hoehn, 62
  • - Factors in the Location and Lay-out of Locomotive Repair Shops, H. L. Cole, 451
  • - Factors in the Location and Lay-out of Railway Repair Shops, H. L. Cole, 451
  • - Factory Storekeeping: Control and .Storage of Materials, H. H. Farquhar, 45
  • - Flow of Gases in Furnaces, W. E. Groume- Grjimailo, 396
  • - Gas Manufacture, Distribution, and Use, 290
  • - Gasholder Design and Construction, R. J. Milbourne, 425
  • - Gasworks Recorders, Leonard Levy, 62
  • - Generalised Linear Perspective, andc., J. W. Gordon, 235
  • - Generation and Utilisation of Cold, Faraday Society Discussion, 451
  • - Golden Hammer and other Engineering Stories, A. W. Marshall, 179
  • - Handbuch des Dampflokomotivbaues, Dr. Martin Igel, 179
  • - Heat Engines, A Text-book of, Professor Jamieson and E. S. Andrews, 396
  • - Heizungs-und Luftungsanlagen in Fabriken, Oberingenieur Valerius Hfittig, 318
  • - Henslowe's Motor Dictionary, English - Spanish, Spanish-English, Leonard Henslowe, 425
  • - How to Build Amateur Valve Stations, Philip R. Coursey, 583
  • - How to Form a Company, H. W. Jordan, 45
  • - How to Reform Our Railways, J. G. B. Sams, 692
  • - Hydraulics Applied to Sewer Design, G. S. Coleman, 692
  • - Ice and Cold Storage Trades Directory, 1923, 235
  • - Imperial Institute Monographs on Mineral Resources, British Empire, Molybdenum Ores, R. H. Rastall, 179
  • - Income Tax Simplified, Arthur Fieldhouse, 45
  • - Industrial Applications of X-rays, P. H. S. Kempton, 235
  • - Industrial Court : Practice and Procedure, Sir William Mackenzie, 318
  • - Industrial Hygiene and Medicine, E. W. Hope and Others, 235
  • - Industrial Mathematics Practically Applied, Paul V. Farnsworth, 451
  • - Institution of Naval Architects, "Transactions" of, R. W. Dana, 265
  • - Institution of Production Engineers, "Proceedings," of the Session 1921-1922, Vol. I., 45
  • - Interdependance, R. Hofmann, 396
  • - Internal Combustion Engine, H. E. Wimperis, 62
  • - Internal Combustion Engine, Vol. I., Slow- speed Engines, 151 ; Vol. II., High-speed Engines, H. R. Ricardo, 692
  • - Internal Combustion Engines, Elementary, J. W. Kershaw, 235
  • - Internal Combustion Engines, J. Okill, 318
  • - Internal Combustion Engines, Papers on, 366
  • - Jane's All the World's Aircraft, 1923, C. G. Grey, 665
  • - Japan, Twenty-second Financial and Ecor nomic Annual of, 1922, 637
  • - Journal of the Institute of Metals, G. Shaw Scott, 179
  • - Laboratory Organisation, Tested Method of, Seymour Pile and R. Johnston, 425
  • - La Force Motrice Electrique dans 1íIndustrie, Eugene Maree, 62
  • - Law and Order, New Province for, Henry Bournes Higgins, 62
  • - L'Electrodynamique des Milieux Isotropes en Repos, andc., Louis Roy, 665
  • - Les Hdlicopteres, W. Margoulis, 179
  • - Les Mardes et Leur Utilisation Industrielle, E. Fichot, 179
  • - Lighting and Photometry, Elementary Principles, J. W. T. Walsh, 179
  • - Line Charts for Engineers, W. N. Rose, 451
  • - Lockwood's Builders' and Contractors' Price Book, 1923, 366
  • - Lubricants, Shoe Polishes, andc., Manufacture of, R. Brunner, 265
  • - L'Union d'Electricite et la Centrale de Gennevilliers, E. Mercier, 45
  • - Machine Tools, Mechanisms of, T. R. Shaw, 425
  • - Mahaffy and Dodson's Law relating to Motor Cars, C. S. Rewcastle, 556
  • - Manchester Guardian Commercial Year Book, 366
  • - Manual of Up-to-date Organisation, andc., G. T. Turner and B. Wood, 235
  • - Marine Power Plant, Lawrence B. Chapman, 45
  • - Marine Works, Practical Treatise, Ernest Latham, 62
  • - Mastering Power Production, &c., Walter N. Polakow, 62
  • - Materials of Construction, Professor A. P. Mills, 151
  • - Mechanical Engineering Detail Tables, John P. Ross, 318

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Mechanical Testing, R. G. Batson and J. H. Hyde, 318
  • - Mechanical World Electrical Pocket Book, 1923 318
  • - Mechanical World Year Book, 1923, 318
  • - Mechanics, Principles of, J. F. S. Ross, 366
  • - Medical Notes in Connection with Commercial Aircraft, 62
  • - Mercury Ores, Edward Hulse, 477
  • - Metal Turning Made Easy, 318
  • - Meteorological Office, Air Ministry, British Rainfall, 1921, 318
  • - Ministry of Munitions and Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Technical Records of Explosives Supply, 1915-1918, No. 9, Heat Transmission, 45
  • - Ministry of Public Works, Egypt, Physical Department, andc., 665
  • - Modern Gas Producers, N. E. Rambush, 665
  • - Modern Gasworks Chemistry, Geoffrey Weyman, 151
  • - Moduling of Irrigation Channels, E. S. Crump, 235
  • - My Railways and Me, Edward S. Hadley, 62
  • - New South Wales Government Railways and Tramways Report, June 30th, 1922, 151
  • - Nitrogen Industry, J. R. Partington and L. H. Parker, 62
  • - Oilmen's Sundries and How to Make Them, "Technicus," 665
  • - Oil Power, Sydney H. North, 318
  • - One Thousand Questions and Answers on Company Law, Henry A. Ashton, 477
  • - Ontario, Province of, Report of the Hydroelectric Power Commission, 62
  • - Optical Methods in Control and Research Laboratories, J. N. Goldsmith and others, 290
  • - Ore Dressing, A Text-book of, S. J. Truscott, 425
  • - Oxy-acetylene Welding, 62
  • - Patents for Inventions, J. Ewart Walker and R. Bruce Foster, 45
  • - Patternmaking, Edward M. McCracken and C. H. Sampson, 637
  • - People's Year Book, 1923, andc., 318
  • - Phase-rule and its Applications, Alexander Finlay, 451
  • - Physics in Industry, Vol. I., Archibald Barr and others, 610
  • - Planing and Geodetic Surveying for Engineers : Vol. I., Plane Surveying ; Vol. II., Higher Surveying ; David Clark, 583
  • - Power Station, A 130,000-Kilowatt, G. Klingenberg, 396
  • - Practical Civil Engineering Simplified for the Far East, J. R. McLeod, 45
  • - Practical Engineer Electrical Pocket Book and Diary for 1923, Conrad Arnold, 318
  • - Practical Engineer Mechanical Pocket Book and Diary for 1923, E. G. Beck, 318
  • - Practical Heat, T. Croft, 692
  • - Probleme der Weltwirtschaft, Professor Dr. Bernhard Harms, 265
  • - Properties of Engineering Materials, W. C. Popplewell and H. Carrington, 637
  • - Providence Zone Plan, Robert Whitten, 665
  • - Punjab Canal Gazetteers, Vol. I., 45
  • - Racing Eight : Notes on its Design and Propulsion, W. B. Coventry, 318
  • - Radiotelegraphie, Radiotelephonie, andc., E. Reynaud-Bonin, 665
  • - Railroad Construction, W. Luring Webb, 396
  • - Railroad Electrification and the Electric Locomotive, Arthur J. Manson, 665
  • - Railway Permanent Way, W. Hepworth and J. Thos. Lee, 151
  • - Railways of Spain, George L. Boag, 665
  • - "Rapid" Decimal Calculator and Universal Reckoner, J. G. Inglis, 366
  • - Reid's Handy Colliery Guide, andc., 179
  • - Reinforced Concrete, Manual of, C. F. Marsh and William Dunn, 179
  • - Relativity, Mathematical Theory of, A. S. Eddington, 235
  • - Relativity, Principle of, with Applications to Physical Science, A. N. Whitehead, 45
  • - Repairing of Locomotives, No. III., E. L. Ahrons, 151
  • - Royal Engineers in the European War, 1914- 1919, 179
  • - Schedule "A" and House Duty Assessment, J. Stanton, 637
  • - Seaborne Trade, C. E. Fayle, 396
  • - Second Course in Engineering Science, P. J. Haler and A. H. Stuart, 45
  • - Shall the State Throw Away the Keys ? Association of British Chemical Manufacturers, 62
  • - Shop Arithmetic for the Machinist, Erik Oberg, 151
  • - Sierra Leone Government Railway, Lieut.- Colonel F. D. Hammond, 318
  • - Special Steels, andc., Sir Robert Hadfield, 583
  • - Statique Cinematique, Robert d'Adhemar, 366
  • - Steam Turbine Theory and Practice, W. J. Kearton, 62
  • - Stone Dusting of Mines, Study of, Part II., F. S. Sinnatt and A. McCulloch, 62
  • - Structural Design in Theory and Practice, Henry Adams, 318
  • - Structural Drafting and the Design of Details, Carlton T. Bishop, 637
  • - Structural Steelwork, Wm. H. Black, 318
  • - Structure of Atoms, Alfred Stock, 235
  • - Suspension Bridges, Practical Treatise on, D. B. Steinman, 556
  • - Swedish Year Book, 1922, 179
  • - Tables Annuelles de Constantes et Donnies Numeriques de Chimie, andc., Vol. IV., 235
  • - Telephone Erection and Maintenance, H. G. White, 179
  • - Testing, A Handbook of, Vol. II., Theory of Prime Movers, C. A. Middleton Smith and A. G. Warren, 583
  • - The Electrician Electrical Trades' Directory and Handbook, 1923, 396
  • - Theory of Emulsions and Emulsification, William Clayton, 179
  • - Third Winter of Unemployment, 396
  • - Toothed Gear Wheel Cutting, Principles, andc., G. W. Burley, 179
  • - Trade Marks, Information on the Subject of, Hasel tine, Lake and Co., 151
  • - Trade Unionism and Munitions, G. D. H. Cole, 556
  • - Transactions of the Liverpool Engineering Society, Vol. XLIIL, 556

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - United States National Museum Report, 1922, 425
  • - University of Sheffield, Department of Fuel Technology, Coal : Series of Lectures on Coal and its Utilisation, H. Chamberlain and others, 62
  • - Vector Calculus, with Applications to Physics, J. B. Shaw, 318
  • - Visual Illusions, M. Luckiesh, 366
  • - Water Power in the British Empire, Reports of Committee, 62
  • - Weighing Machines, G. A. Owen, 179
  • - Whittaker's Mechanical Engineer's Pocket Book, W. Erskine Dommett, 62
  • - Willing's Press Guide, 1923, 179
  • - Wireless Component Parts, Bernard E. Jones, 425
  • - Wireless: Popular and Concise, Lieut.- Colonel C. G. Chetwode Crawley, 45
  • - Wireless Telegraphy, Text-book on, Vol. II., Valves and Valve Apparatus, Rupert Stanley, 179
  • - Working and Design of Gas Producers, J. W. Spedding, 637
  • - Workmen's Compensation Act, 1906, W. Addington Willis, 396
  • - Workshop Routine : Its Principles and Application, W. J. Hiscox, 665
  • - Year Book of Scientific and Learned Societies, 1922, 179
  • - Young Man and Civil Engineering, G. F. Swain, 366
  • LLOYD'S Register--see Ships
  • Lorry, New 30-Cwt., Albion Motor Car Company, Limited, 452
  • Lubricator and Lubrication--see Railway Locomotives ; also Boundary

M

  • MACHINE TOOLS:
  • - Cutting Tools, Research on, 95 ; (Letter), 154 Disc Grinding Machine, Horizontal, Cunliffe and Croom, Limited, 74
  • - Fallacy of the ì Safety î Cutter Block, 156 ; (Letter), 154
  • - Grinding Spindles for Lathes, Productive British Grinders, Limited, 255
  • - High-speed Twist Drills, Drill-sharpening Machine, andc., Rapid Cobalt Company, Limited, 224
  • - Hydraulic and other Tools and Shearing Machines at British Industries Fair, Tangent Tool and Engineering Company, Limited, 201
  • - Lathes, Small, at the Model Engineer Exhibition, 48
  • - Lathe Tools, Mr. Dempster Smith's Report, 234 ; (Letters), 154, 295
  • - Machine Tool Trades' Association, Annual Meeting and Dinner, 295
  • - Machine Tools for Locomotive Work, C. D. Andrew, 96
  • - Milling Machine for Copper Fire-box Plates, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 479
  • - Milling Machine, Double-headed, Platescarfing, Noble and Lund, Limited, 418
  • - Multiple-spindle Vertical Drilling Machine, J. Archdale and Co., 293
  • - Nibbling Machine, J. B. Stone and Co., 255
  • - Old Machine Tools in India, 673
  • - Planing Machine Drive Conversion, Newton Brothers, 223
  • - Pneumatic Drilling Machine, Globe Pneumatic Engineering Company, Limited, 430
  • - Portable Horizontal Drilling Machine, Heavy- Duty Vertical Drilling Machine, William Asquith, Limited, 128, 129, 146
  • - Spiral Bevel Gears, W. C., D., 649, 677
  • - Thread-milling Machine for Pipe Line Sockets, Richards, 374
  • - Variable-power Hydraulic Riveting Machine, Henry Berry and Co., Limited, 270
  • McLACHLAN, Dr., on The Application of a Revolving Magnetic Drum to Electric Relays, andc., 641
  • Magnets, Permanent, Cobalt Steels for, J. F. Kayser, 57, 83
  • Magnetos--see Magnets
  • Malaya, Engineering Association of, 416
  • Materials--see Mechanical; also Separation ; also Tensile
  • Mathot, R. E., on The Evolution of the Heavy Oil Engine, 137
  • Matteucci Speed Transmission Gear, 372, 373
  • Mauss-Stewart Sugar Clarification Process and Mauss Separator, 694
  • Measuring Instrument--see Precision
  • Measuring Machine--see Gauge
  • Mechanical Contrivances--see Water, Storage, andc.
  • Mechanical Engineering and its Materials, 178, 182
  • Mechanical Gearing--see Ships
  • Mechanical Handling Equipment at a Tasmanian Zinc Works, 394, 398
  • Mechanical Separation--see Separation
  • Mechanical Stoking--see Stoking
  • Mellanby, Professor, on Clyde Marine Oil Engines, 696
  • Melling's Controller for Prevention of Overwinding, andc., in Mine Shafts, 604
  • Metal-cutting Apparatus, British Oxygen Company, Limited, 254
  • Metallic Crystals, Single, Production of, andc., Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 546, 550, 555
  • Metals, Papers on--see also Institute of Metals Meter Reading, An Innovation in, 91
  • "Microcharacter" for Hardness Testing, 420
  • Miles Walker, Professor, on Control of Speed and Power Factor of Induction Motors, 226, 256
  • Milling and Thread Milling--see Machine Tools
  • Mines, Safety in, 632
  • Mining Exhibits at the Royal Agricultural Hall, London, 604, 632
  • Models, Use of, in Engineering, Professor Gibson, 174
  • Modern Trackwork and its Importance, Sir R. Hadfield, 654
  • Montgomerie, J., on Experiments on Large- size Riveted Joints, 397
  • Moore, Harold E., on Heavy Fuel Oils, andc., 127
  • Morris-Airey, H., Development of Naval High- power Valves, 372
  • Morrison, R. L., on Modern Power Rectifiers, 258, 259, 264
  • Morwell--see Electrical Matters
  • Mosquito Extermination, Sanitary Engineer and, H. F. Ferguson, 482
  • Motor Car, Citroen, with Kegresse Endless Track and Equipment for Crossing the Sahara, 414
  • Motor Car Gear and Works--see Works
  • Motor Rollers--see Road Roller

N

  • NAVIGATION Congress, Thirteenth International, 588
  • Nelson, C. H., Works Production, 174
  • NEWCOMEN SOCIETY :
  • - Early History of the Gas Process, David Brownlie, 331
  • - Oriental Cotton Printing in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, G. Baker, 154
  • - Some Notes on Old Windmills, Arthur Titley, 118
  • - Summer Meeting and Visits, 682
  • NEWTON and Einstein, 581
  • New Zealand, Development of the North Island, 418
  • Norbury, A. L., Hardness of Annealed Copper, Hardness of Certain Copper a-Solid Solutions, 305

O

  • OBITUARY:
  • - Alston, William Murray, 207
  • - Bornemann, Johann Auguste Diedrich, 264
  • - Dewar, Sir James, 344
  • - Firth, Ambrose, 70
  • - Robinson, Mark Heaton, 150
  • - Ross, Alexander, 150
  • - St. Laurent, Arthur T., 396
  • - Scott, Adam, 207
  • - Thompson, William Bruce, 636
  • - Walmisley, Arthur Thomas, 96
  • OGILVIE, Colonel Alex., on Gliders and their Value to Aeronautical Progress, 141, 166, 184
  • Oil Engines--see Engines
  • Oil, Extraction of, from Bituminous Materials, Fusion Corporation, Limited, 14, 22
  • Oil Fuel, French Navy and, 498
  • Oil Fuel--see also Ships
  • Oils, Heavy Fuel, in Internal Combustion Engines, H. E. Moore, 127
  • Oxygen Jet Cutting Machine, Godfrey Engineering Works, 254

P

  • PACKING and Despatching, 442
  • Parr, P. H., on Equivalent Loads on Bridges, 411
  • Parsons, The Hon. Sir C. A., and Messrs. S. S. Cook and H. M. Duncan, on Mechanical Gearing, 335, 349
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH:
  • - Aeronautics, 136, 161
  • - Batteries and Accumulators, 81, 107, 435, 513, 675, 703
  • - Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 107, 217, 382, 539, 567
  • - Cranes and Conveyors, 136
  • - Crushing and Grinding, 190, 435
  • - Dynamos and Motors, 218, 247, 329, 355, 382, 461, 513, 540, 593, 621, 675
  • - Engines, Internal Combustion, 55, 81, 355, 381, 435, 46], 487, 539, 593
  • - Engines, Steam, 81
  • - Furnaces, 461, 539, 568, 647
  • - Gas Producers, 135, 189, 539
  • - Lighting and Heating, 28, 190, 218, 247, 355, 462, 488, 568, 647
  • - Locomotives, 408, 514
  • - Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 56, 81, 108, 136, 247, 276, 302, 329, 356, 514, 540, 568, 594, 621, 648
  • - Measuring and Testing Instruments, 27, 136, 189, 301, 356, 408, 436, 461, 487, 540, 594, 647, 675
  • - Metallurgy, 28, 275, 514
  • - Mining, 408
  • - Miscellaneous, 28, 56, 82, 108, 162, 190, 218, 248, 276, 302, 330, 356, 382, 408, 436, 462, 488, 514, 540, 568, 594, 622, 648, 676, 704
  • - Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 82, 435, 514, 594, 622
  • - Pumping and Blowing Machinerv, 27, 108, 301, 329, 407, 488, 675, 704
  • - Ships and Boats, 28, 302, 356, 488, 676
  • - Steam Generators, 135, 217, 355, 407, 461, 567, 703
  • - Switchgear, 27, 56, 107, 189, 275, 301, 382, 407s 435, 513, 567, 593, 675, 703
  • - Telegraphs and Telephones, 27, 55, 81, 107, 135, 161, 189, 217, 247, 275, 301, 329, 355, 381, 407, 436, 513, 539, 567, 593, 621, 647, 703
  • - Tramways and Railways, 27, 218, 247, 594
  • - Transformers and Converters, 135, 161, 189, 408, 487
  • - Transmission of Power, 81, 108, 189, 247, 356, 382, 436, 487, 540, 567, 621, 648, 675, 704
  • - Turbine Machinery, 161, 381, 407, 513, 703
  • - Water Purification, 162
  • - Welding, 218, 247, 462
  • PATENTS, Prolongation of, 533
  • Patents, Stainless Steel, 497
  • Pendred, Loughnan, Problems of the Engine Indicator, 87
  • Pernambuco, Proposed Port Improvements at, 8
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 25, 50, 79, 102, 130, 159, 190, 218, 239, 269, 302, 330, 356, 405, 433, 462, 488, 511, 540, 568, 591, 619, 648, 676, 704
  • Peru, Drainage Works in, 151
  • Peruvian Engineering Notes, 146
  • Petrol-electric Road Crane, Henry J. Coles, Limited, 66
  • Petrol, Rail Car, 62-72 H.P., French, 47
  • Pipes, Metal, Concrete Lining for, and Machine Used, Stanton Ironworks Company, Limited, 531
  • Plywood, Reinforced, Venesta, Limited, 294
  • Pooley, Henry, on An Automatic Cement Kiln, 391
  • Popular Knowledge, 635
  • Port Works at Concepcion, Chile, 146
  • Power Plant; Self-contained, Parsons Motor Company, Limited, 239
  • Power Stations, Electrical--see Electrical Matters
  • Practical Engineer, A Vision of Terror, 455
  • Precision Measuring Instrument for Small Motions of Solid Bodies, H. A. Thomas, 138
  • Prestwood--see Heating
  • Prolongation of Patents, 533
  • PUMPS :
  • - Air Lift Pumping Plant, Sullivan Machinery Company, 604, 605
  • - Clyde Oil Fuel Burning, Pumps Used, 611
  • - Condenser Extraction Pump, Mirrlees-Watson Company, 152
  • - Efficient Pumping Plant, Hathorn, Davey and Co., Limited, 552
  • - Electric Control Gear for Pumping Station at Cardiff Docks, 428
  • - Fuel Pump, R.E.M. Type, for Belgian Hot- bulb Engine, 120
  • - Fuel Pump for Solid Injection Oil Engine, 523
  • - Sewage Pumping Plant at Bognor, Hathorn, Davey and Co., Limited, 426
  • - Sewage Pumping Plant, Diesel-electric, 599
  • - Triple-expansion Three-throw Pump, Tests of, Hathorn, Davey and Co., Limited, 73
  • PYROMETERS and Thermometers for Control of Boilers, 437

R RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS :

  • - See also Annual Articles
  • General Matters :
  • - Audiometer Records from Old and New Cars, 144
  • - Automatic Operation of Points, Mersey Railway, 237
  • - British Railway Wagons, 149, 151 ; (Correction), 175
  • - Creosote Treatment of Sleepers, W. Kynoch and J. A. Coderre, 145
  • - Disinfecting Railway Carriages, Colonel Glen- Liston's System, 237
  • - Electrification of the Hungarian State Railways, L. von Verebely, 318
  • - Gibbins Railway Bogie, 144
  • - Indian Railway Administration Report, 450
  • - London Tube Railways, Rolling Stock for, 144, 148
  • - Main Line Railway Electrification, 123; (Letter), 198
  • - Mechanical Couplers for the Indian Broad- gauge Railways, 240; (Letters), 451, 614
  • - Power Rectifier Sub-station on the Midi Railway, 258, 259
  • - Railway Coaches, Names of Parts of, 362
  • - Railway Electrification, Sir Philip Dawson on, 501 ; (Correction), 537
  • - Railway Position, 263
  • - Railway Requirements of an Important Industrial Area, J. A. Jenkinson, 654
  • - Railway Results in 1922, 269
  • - Railway Speeds, 610 ; (Letters), 660, 688
  • - Railways' Opportunity, 369
  • - Signalling, Route, at Winchester, Great Western Railway, 251
  • - Spring Buffer, 268
  • - Steel Arch Railway Bridge, 507
  • British, Colonial, and Indian :
  • - Canadian National Railways, 295
  • - City and South London Tube, Shield for Enlarging, Sir W. Arrol and Co., Limited, 76
  • - Federated Malay States Railways, 669
  • - Great Western Railway Works, 183
  • - Great Western Trains, Two New, 658, 659
  • - Ireland, Railways of, 60
  • - London and North-Eastern Railway, New Works on, 197
  • - Railways Jointly Owned, 12
  • Foreign:
  • - Bridge, Trisanna, over the Arlberg Pass, Strengthening, 588
  • - Canton Railways and Wharves, 697
  • - Chinese Government Railways, 34, 333, 347
  • - Chinese Government Railways, New Rolling Stock for, 697
  • - French Petrol Rail Coach, 47
  • - German Railways, Electrification of, 169
  • - Hungarian State Railways, Electrification, L. Von Verebely, 318
  • - Pau, Midi Railway, Power Rectifier Substation at, 258, 259
  • - Peking-Mukden Railway, 333, 347
  • - Rhaetian Railway Electrification, Completion of, 464, 474, 492
  • - South America, Railway Electrification in, 517, 526
  • - South American Railway Notes, 229
  • - Swiss Federal Railways 15,000-Volt Heating Wagon, 208, 209
  • - Tientsin-Pukow Railway Coaches, New, 697
  • - Track Circuiting the Meudon Tunnel, 562

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES :

  • - See also Annual Articles
  • General:
  • - Boosters for Locomotives, 419 ; (Letter), 507
  • - Broken Axle, 476
  • - Condensing and Utilisation of Exhaust Steam in Locomotives, 279, 303 ; (Letter), 428
  • - Experimental Condensing Express Locomotive Constructed at Elswick in 1848, 303
  • - Locomotives included in Short Histories of Famous Firms, E. L. Ahrons :
  • -- Dreadnought, 1829, 111 ; The Liverpool, 1829, 111, 112; The Bee, 1832, 112; The Liver, 1832, 112 ; The Lark, 1835, 112 ; Furness, Nos. 3 and 4, 1846, 112, 113 ; Shrewsbury and Chester, 1847, 113; Four-coupled Goods, 1848, 113,

114; Great Southern, 1847, 113; Six- coupled, 1846, 113 ; Wrekin, 1849, 114 ; Lancashire and Yorkshire, 1849, 114 ; Edward Bury and Co. (Bury, Curtis and Kennedy), Clarence Foundry, Liverpool, 111 ; (Letter), 198

  • - Lubricator for Locomotives, Gresham and Craven, Limited, 668
  • - Number of Locomotives, 615
  • - Superheater Tank Locomotives in Suburban Service, F. W. Brewer, 255
  • - Tools for Locomotive Work--see Machine Tools
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - Great Central Four-coupled Superheater Passenger Engine, 5
  • - Great Northern Three-cylinder "Pacific" Type Passenger Engine, 4, 90, 92, 452 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923) ; (Two- page Supplement, January 26th, 1923) ; (Two-page Supplement, April 27th, 1923).
  • - Great Western Express Running, Birmingham-Paddington, 220 ; (Letter), 507
  • - The Locomotive "Remembrance," London, Brighton and South Coast Railway, 392
  • - North-Eastern Three-cylinder "Pacific" Type Passenger Engine, 4 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - North Staffordshire Four-cylinder Side Tank Engine, 5
  • - Ravenglass and Eskdale Railway, Miniature Main Line Engine, 548
  • - Southern Railway (South-Eastern and Chatham) Three-cylinder Simple Superheater Engine, 200
  • Foreign :
  • - Buenos Aires Western Railway Electric Goods Locomotive, 519
  • - Diesel-electric Engines in Tunis, 344
  • - Rhaetian Railway, Electric Locomotives for, Brown, Boveri and Co., Ateliers de Construction Oerlikon, and Winterthur Works, 492
  • - Swedish State Railways Ljungstrom Turbo Locomotive, 5
  • RAYNER, E. S., on Tramways from a Traffic Point of View, andc., 656
  • Reader, R. C., on Copper Rich Aluminium Alloys, 292
  • Reconstruction Work in the Devastated Regions of France, 477
  • Rectifiers--see Electrical Matters
  • Refractory Materials, Conference, 508
  • Reinforced Concrete Road in Flintshire, 344
  • Reinforced Plywood, Venesta, Limited, 294
  • Research on Cutting Tools, 95, 234 ; (Letters), 154, 295
  • Research, Doubt and, 424
  • Research Laboratories at Wembley, General Electric Company, 228, 232
  • Research, Sir Alfred Yarrow's Gift, 206, 234
  • Rhodin, John G. A., on Electrolytic Chlorine and its Future, 598
  • Riveting Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Road Roller, 10-Ton Steam, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Limited, 348
  • Road Roller, Three-wheel Water Ballast Motor, Barford and Perkins, 681
  • Road Rollers, Motor, 12-14-Ton, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Limited, 560
  • Road Vehicles, Coupling for, 505
  • Roads Congress, International, at Seville, 494, 522
  • Robbins-Scherzer Car-dumping Machine at Milwaukee, 383
  • Rolling Stock--see Railways
  • Rosen, J., Problems in High-speed Alternators and their Solution, 206, 210
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., on the Structure of Alloys, 471
  • Rubber Industry, Mechanical Problems in, H. C. Young, 196, 205, 206, 224
  • Rubber, Reclaimed, Position of, 253

S

  • SAFETY in Mines, 632
  • Sahara, Crossing the, by Motor Car, 414
  • Salmond, Air Vice-Marshal Sir W. G. H., on Progress of Aeronautical Research and Experiment, 141, 145
  • Salving--see Ships
  • Sanitary Engineer and Mosquito Extermination, H. F. Ferguson, 482
  • Sayers, H. M., on Town Transport, 476
  • Scaling Set, Portable, Frank Gilman, 254
  • Scarifier, Price Resilient, 681
  • Scholarships, Whitworth, for 1924, 670
  • Science and Industry in Old Glasgow, 623
  • Scientific and Industrial Research Report--see Boundary Lubrication
  • Scottish Oil Developments, Recent, 641
  • Separating Barge for Oily Ballast Water, Smith's Dock Company, Limited, 91, 92
  • Separation of Materials by Mechanical Means, Cecil Bentham, 181
  • Separator--see Conduit
  • Seven-day Journal, 9, 37, 63, 89, 117, 143, 171, 199, 227, 257, 283, 311, 337, 363, 389, 417, 443, 469, 495, 521, 549, 575, 603, 629, 657, 685 ; (Letter), 507
  • Sewage, Handling, with a Centrifugal Pump, Gwynne Engineering Company, Limited, 285
  • Sewage Pumping--see Pumps
  • Sewage Treatment in England, Present Status of, 370
  • Shearing Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Shield for Enlarging the City and South London Tube, 76

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :

  • - See also Annual Articles
  • General:
  • - Century of Progress, 641
  • - Conversion of Warships to Mercantile Use, 376
  • - Detecting Fire at Sea, Rich System, 242 ; (Paragraph), 282
  • - Electric Ship Propulsion, W. L. R. Emmet, 365, 376
  • - Flettner Rudder on the Motor Ship Odenwald, 667
  • - Influence of Form on Stability and Propulsion in Passenger Ships, John Anderson, 397
  • - Lloyd's Register Annual Summary, 97
  • - Lloyd's Register, Quarterly Shipbuilding Returns, 40, 402
  • - Mechanical Gearing, Hon. Sir C. A. Parsons, S. S. Cook and H. M. Duncan, 335, 349
  • - Motor Ship's Shaft-driven Winches, Werk- spoor Company, 288, 296
  • - Oil Fuel Burning System, The Clyde, Alexander Stephen and Sons, Limited, 608, 611
  • - Present-day Problems in the Design of Ships, A. C. F. Henderson, 334
  • - Proposed Aircraft-carrying Mail Steamer, Sir Eustace d'Eyncourt and Mr. J. H. Narbeth, 310, 323
  • - Riveted Joints, Large Size, Experiments on, J. Montgomerie, 397
  • - Salving the Brazilian Lloyd Ship Avare, 312 (Two-page Supplement, March 23rd, 1923)
  • - Stoking, Mechanical, at Sea, Underfeed Stoker Company's Equipment, 46
  • - Tractors for Launching Lifeboats, 615
  • - Vane Wheel Propulsion, Maurice E. Denny, 184
  • Naval Matters:
  • - See also Annual Articles
  • - Admiralty Engineering Laboratory at West Drayton, 489 (Two-page Supplement, May 11th, 1923)
  • - Coastal Motor Boats (C.M.B.) : Their Design and Service during the War, Sir J. E. Thornycroft and Lieut. Bremner, 334, 345
  • - Electric Drive in Auxiliary Naval Vessels, 110, 122
  • - French Naval Statute, 369
  • - French Navy and Oil Fuel, 498
  • - Naval High-power Valves, Development of, H. Morris-Airey, 372
  • - Navy Estimates, 289
  • - Submarine Construction at the Krupp Germania Works, 386 (Two-page Supplement, April 13th, 1923)
  • - U.S. Battleship Maryland, Exhaust Gas Water-tube Boiler and Diesel Auxiliary Engines, 455
  • Foreign Navies :
  • - Dutch Diesel-electric Depot Ship Pelikaan, 110, 122
  • - French Navy, The New, 427
  • - German Submarine Cruisers U 139 to 141, 386 (Two-page Supplement, April 13th, 1923)
  • - Japanese Naval Oil Tanker Kamoi, 110
  • Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • - Canadian Pacific Liner Montrose, 21 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Conte Rosso, Lloyd Sabaudo Liner, 21 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Cunard Liner Antonia, 21 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Dalgoma, Motor Cargo Ship, Alexander Stephen and Son, Limited, 576, 580
  • - Faraday, Siemens' Cable Ship, 286
  • - Fezara, Khedivial Line Steamer, Trials of, Alex. Stephen and Sons, Limited, 172, 608, 611
  • - Fire and Salvage Boat for Rangoon, Merryweather and Sons, Limited, 75
  • - Hauraki, Motor Ship, Union Steamship Company of New Zealand, 17 (Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • - Minnewaska, Atlantic Transport Liner, Harland and Wolff, Limited, 641
  • - Odenwald, Motor Ship, Flettner Rudder on, 667
  • - Pizarro, Motor Ship, Sea Trial of, W. Beard- more and Co., Limited, 65
  • - Rhea, Motor Ship, with Shaft-driven Winches, 288, 296
  • - White Star Triple-screw Liner Pittsburgh, 21 {Supplement, January 5th, 1923)
  • SHOWS--see Exhibitions
  • Signalling, Railway--see Railways
  • Sillince, W. P., on Losses in Heat Engines, andc. 640
  • Sleepers, Railway--see Railways
  • South Africa's Proposed New Harbour, Zululand Coast, 153
  • Spain, Hydro-electrical Situation in, 240
  • Spinning Mule, J. Hardman, 144
  • Spiral Bevel Gears, W. C., D., 649, 677
  • Stadium in Wembley Park, 358, 368
  • Stanton, T. E., on Boundary Lubrication in Engineering, 678
  • State Coal Mines, 664
  • Static Indentation Tests, R. G. C. Batson, 444
  • Steam Generation, Efficient, Ideal for, David Brownlie, 649
  • Steam Nozzles Research Committee, Second Report, 319, 415
  • Steels--see Iron and Steel
  • Stoking, Mechanical, at Sea, Underfeed Stoker Company's Equipment, 46
  • Stone Drying and Tarring Plant, Automatic, Winget, Limited, 321
  • Suction Gas Producers, William Greenwood, 340
  • Sugar Machinery, Lord Invernairn, 694
  • Superheated Steam, Mr. Stromeyer's Memorandum, 241
  • Superheater Locomotives--see Railway Locomotives
  • Sydney--see Water-Supply

T

  • TECHNICAL Meetings in America, 269
  • Technique, Some Considerations Regarding, E. Farmer, 606
  • Telephony, Problems in, Solved and Unsolved, Dr. J. A. Fleming, 528
  • Telfer, E. V., on Graphical Trim Calculation and a Trim Nomogram, 398
  • Temperature Control, 44
  • Tensile Tests of Materials at High Temperatures, Professor F. C. Lea, 182
  • Terror, A Vision of, 455
  • Testing, Friction, Machine, Thurston, 164
  • Tests--see also Hardness and Static
  • Textile Machinery Papers at the "Mechanicals," 44
  • Therm, Verdict on the, 291
  • Thomas, H. A., on Precision Measuring Instrument for Small Motions of Solid Bodies, 138
  • Thomson, W., on Effect of Variations in Loading, 397
  • Thornycroft, Sir J. E., and Lieut. Bremner, Coastal Motor Boats (C.M.B.) : Their Design and Service during the War, 334, 345
  • Tidal Electric Power Station at Aber-Vracíh (Finisterre), 36
  • Tides from an Engineer's Standpoint, Edward W. Hollingworth, 698
  • Tin in Steel--see Iron and Steel
  • Titley, Arthur, Some Notes on Old Windmills, 118
  • Town Transport, H.M. Sayers, 476
  • Tractors for Launching Lifeboats, 615
  • Tramway, The First Electric, Giant's Causeway, 562
  • Tramways from a Traffic Point of View, andc., E. S. Rayner, 656
  • Transporter, 5-Ton Coke and Iron, Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 94, 98
  • Tube Railways--see Railways
  • Tubes, Weldless, Expansion Pipes, andc., at the British Fair, British Mannesmann Tube Company, Limited, 201
  • Turbine, Gas, in Theory and Practice, 466, 490, 515, 557, 583, 595, 630
  • Turbine, Internal Combustion, 475
  • Turbines of the Minnewaska, Harland and Wolff, Limited, 641
  • Turbines--see also Holzwarth
  • Turbo-blowers for Motor Ship Dalgoma (1) Brown Boveri; (2) Reavell and Co., 576, 578
  • Turbo-gas Booster, Reavell and Co., 372, 373
  • Type Metal Foundry, Die-easting Machines, Melting Pots, Friction Testing Machine, Pyrometers, andc., Fry's, 164

U

  • ULSTER, Hydro-electric Project in, 350
  • Undetected Faults in Production Processes, A. Whitehead, 72
  • Undocking a Pontoon for a 250-Ton Floating Crane, 400
  • Unemployment--see Labour
  • United States Navy Crane Kearsage, 690, 698

V

  • VANE Wheel Propulsion, Maurice E. Denny, 184
  • Vice, Cast Steel Parallel-jaw, Vono Company, 255
  • Vice, Machine, Selson Engineering Company, 224
  • Von Verebely, L., on the Electrification of the Hungarian State Railways, 318

W

  • WAGON, 6-Ton Steam, with Uniflow Engine, Atkinson and Co., 680
  • Wagon, Steam, Use and Limitations of the, C. Le M. Gosselin, 419
  • Wagon, The New Sentinel Steam, 427
  • Wagons, Railway--see Railways
  • Walker, Wm. J., Internal Combustion Heat Losses and Specific Heat of Working Fluid, 191
  • Water Gas Plant, Operation of, 636
  • Water, Storage and Distribution of, Mechanical Contrivances in Connection with, Bruce Ball, 696
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • - Belfast Water Supply, 12
  • - Bombay Water Supply, 281, 304
  • - Metropolitan Water Board Report, 213
  • - Singapore, Suggested New Water Supply for, 57, 68
  • - Sydney Water Supply, Cordeaux and Avon Reservoirs for, 570 (Two page Supplement, June 1st, 1923)
  • WATTS, H. C., on Airscrew Research in Great Britain, 684
  • Weighing Machine, The "Vibra," Brian Engineering Company, Limited, 222
  • Weighing Machines, W. and T. Avery, Limited, 254
  • Welding, Cyc-Arc--see Electrical Matters
  • Welfare Work at Stanton, 640
  • Welland Canal Development, 669
  • Wembley Park, The Stadium in, 358, 368
  • Wembley, Research Laboratories at, 228, 232
  • Whitehead, A., on Undetected Faults in. Production Processes, 72
  • Whitworth Scholarships for 1924, 670
  • Whitworth Society, Discussion on Proposed Formation, 71 ; (Correction), 105
  • Wickman Gauge Measuring Machine, 266
  • Wigley, W. C. S., and G. S. Baker, on Model Screw Propeller Experiments, andc., 365
  • Winch, Electric Hauling, Holt and Willetts, 201
  • Winches--see Ships
  • Winding Drum--see Coal and Collieries
  • Winding Plant, Electric, for the Randfontein Mines, Fullerton, Hodgart and Barclay, Limited, 126, 127
  • Windmills, Old, Some Notes on, Arthur Titley, 118
  • Wire Rod Mill, R. Johnson and Nephew, Limited, 601
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY :
  • - Aircraft, Wireless Equipment of, 192
  • - Naval High-power Valves, Development of, H. Morris-Airey, 372
  • - Sweden, Radio Telephony in, 350
  • - Transatlantic Wireless Telephony Test, 64
  • WOOD, H., R.A.E. Electrical Indicator for Internal Combustion Engines, andc., 87, 100, 102, 168
  • Wordingham, C. H., on Public Electricity Supply, 226
  • WORKS :
  • - Derby Works of the International Combustion Engineering Company, Limited, 652 (Two-page Supplement, June 22nd, 1923)
  • - Dillingen Hutte Works, Saar Valley, Armour Plate and Steel Making, 31
  • - Fry's Metal Foundry and Equipment, 164
  • - Lincoln Motor Car Factory, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 91, 140 (Two-page Supplement, February 9th, 1923)
  • - Locomotive Works--see also Firms
  • - Switchgear Works, A Large, A. Reyrolle and Co., 38
  • - Works Visited by Institution of Electrical Engineers, 601, 623, 634
  • -- British Insulated and Helsby Cables, Limited, 626, 627
  • -- Chloride Electrical Storage Company, Limited, 601
  • -- Ferguson, Pailin, Limited, 627, 628
  • -- Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, Limited, 602
  • -- Manchester Corporation Power Stations, 602, 626
  • -- Mather and Platt's Works, Newton Heath, 623, 625
  • -- Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 624, 634
  • -- Richard Johnson and Nephew, Limited, 601
  • WORKS Production, C. H. Nelson, 174
  • Workshop Efficiency, G. E. Bailey, 268

Y

  • YARROW Land Type Boiler, 638
  • Yarrow, Sir Alfred, Gift to the Royal Society, 206, 234
  • Young, H. C., Mechanical Problems in the Rubber Industry, 196, 205, 206, 224

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