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British Industrial History

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The Engineer 1924/05/23

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  • Contents, p 571.

Main Subjects

  • A New Electrical Telemeter, p 579 - p 580.
  • A Seven-Day Journal, p 557.
    • The Falls of Clyde Scheme.
    • Wireless Aerials.
    • Port of London Improvements.
    • Agricultural Machinery Tests.
    • The Howden-Ljungstrom Air Preheater - Howden Boiler and Armament Co.
    • The World's Power Conference.
    • Large Liners in the Thames. - Atlantic Transport Co.
    • The Government's Airship Policy.
    • A New Shipyard on the Tees - William Gray and Co.
    • A Standard for Leather Belting.
    • Thames Bridges.
    • State Ownership of the Engineering Industry.
  • British Waterworks Association, p 580.
  • Death Announcement, p 571.
  • Editorial, p 571 - p 572.
    • The Engineering Industries.
    • A Flow of Steam Through Nozzles.
  • Further Experimental Work on Diesel Engines, by R. Beeman, p 578 - p 579.

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