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The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1924 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • AERIAL Rope Conveyor, Light, Artex, Limited, 101
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • - See also Annual Articles
  • - Aeronautical Woods, Machine for Testing, J. S. Glen Primrose, 127
  • - Aeroplane Engines--see Engines
  • - Aircraft Apprentices' Vacancies, 493
  • - Apprentices, Aircraft, Training of, at Halton Camp, 119, 138, 139, 148, 167 (Two-page Supplement, February 15th, 1924)
  • - Armstrong-Whitworth, Sir W. G., Aircraft Limited, Troop - carrying Aeroplane Awana, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • -- King's Cup Winner, 23
  • -- "Siskin" Scout Steel Aeroplane, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • -- Training School, Whitley, Coventry, 23
  • - Avro Light Monoplane and Light Biplane, 37
  • - Boulton and Paul "Bodmin" Postal or Military Machine, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Bristol Aeroplane Company's "Bristol" Two- seater Fighter and "Bristol Lucifer" Dual Control Machine, 22, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - De Havilland D.H. 50 Four-passenger Machine, 36, 44 ; D.H. 53 Light Monoplane, 36
  • - Development of the Airship, Commander r C. D. Burney, 407, 408
  • - English Electric "Wren" Light Monoplane, 37, 38
  • - Fairey Aviation Company, Limited, "Fawn" Military Machine, 23
  • -- "Fly-catcher" Deck-landing Fighter, 23
  • -- Fairey III. D. Seaplane, 24
  • -- Twin-float Seaplane, 24
  • -- Giant Flying Boat Atalanta, 24
  • -- All-steel Wing Frame, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Vickers Limited Service Machines Valparaiso and Virginia, 36, 44
  • -- Commercial Machines Vanguard and Viget, 36, 44
  • AGRICULTURAL Show, Royal, at Leicester, 714
  • Air Compressors, Portable, for Nigeria, Parsons Motor Company, Limited, 52
  • Air Consumption, &c.--see Engines
  • Air Preheater, Howden-Ljungstrom, Boiler Fitted with, W. H. Owen, 209
  • Allen, Richard, Application of Steam Turbine for Auxiliary Machinery, 450, 455
  • Allen, R. W., Irrigation Pumping Machinery in the Sudan, 542, 549
  • Aluminium Conductors, H. G. Williams, 507, 556
  • Ammeters and Voltmeters, Record Electrical Company, 13
  • Anemometer, Recording, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, 12, 13
  • Angle Compound Air Compressor, Sullivan Machinery Company, 224, 225

ANNUAL ARTICLES :

  • AERONAUTICS IN 1923, 22, 36 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Airships, Loss of the Dixmude Zeppelin, 22 ; Passenger and Mail-carrying Zeppelin for America, 22
  • - British Aeroplanes, Some Typical, 22 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • -- Armstrong, Whitworth, Sir W. G., Aircraft, Limited :
  • -- Armstrong-Whitworth "Siskin" Scout, 23
  • -- Armstrong-Whitworth "Awana" Troop Carrier, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Company, Limited :
  • -- Various Naval and Coastal Defence Machines, 37
  • - Boulton and Paul "Bodmin" Postal or Military Machine, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Bristol Aeroplane Company, Limited :
  • -- Bristol "Jupiter" Fighting Machine, 22
  • -- Bristol "Lucifer" Dual Control Machine, 22, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • -- De Havilland Aircraft Company, Limited :
  • -- D.H. 50 Four-passenger Machine, 36, 44
  • -- D.H. 53 Light Aeroplane, 36
  • - English Electric Company, Limited :
  • -- Flying Boats, Phoenix "Cork" and "Ayr," 38
  • -- Light Monoplane Wren, 37, 38
  • - Fairey Aviation Company, Limited :
  • -- Fairey "Fawn" Military Machine, 23
  • -- Fairey "Fly-catcher" Deck-landing Fighter, 23
  • -- Fairey All-steel Wing Frame, 23 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Gloucestershire Aircraft Company, Limited :
  • -- "Grouse" Experimental Machine, 37
  • -- "Grebe" Fighting Scout, 37, 44
  • - A. V. Roe and Co., Limited :
  • -- Light Monoplane, 37
  • -- Light Biplane, 37
  • - Vickers Limited :
  • -- "Vanguard" Twenty-three Passenger Machine, 36, 44
  • -- "Vulcan" Passenger Aeroplane, 36
  • -- "Viking" Six-seater Passenger Machine, 36
  • -- "Viget" Light Biplane, 36

ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):

  • AERONAUTICS IN 1923 (continued):
  • - Vickers Limited, Service Machines :
  • -- "Valentia" Twin-engined Boat Seaplane, 37
  • -- "Virginia" Long-distance Night Bomber, 37, 44
  • -- "Victoria" and "Vernon" Troop Carriers, 37
  • -- "Valparaiso" Two-seater Fighting Machine, 37, 44
  • - Civil Aviation, 22
  • - Helicopters, 22
  • - Light Aeroplanes, 22
  • - Military Aeronautics, 22
  • BRIDGES, SOME, OF 1923, 25
  • - Johore Causeway Lock and Lifting Bridge, 25
  • - Lifting Bridge over the River Wensum at Norwich, 25 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Rolling-lift Bridge at Inchinnan, Renfrew, 25
  • BRITISH LOCOMOTIVES OF 1923, 6
  • - Great Western Railway Six-coupled Four- cylinder Superheater Engine Caerphilly Castle, 7 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - London, Midland and Scottish Railway Eight-coupled Tank Engine, 7 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - London, Midland and Scottish Railway Four-cylinder Superheater Engine, 7
  • - London, Midland and Scottish Railway Six-coupled Engine, North British Locomotive Company, 7
  • - Makers' Engines, 7
  • - Southern Railway, Three-cylinder Superheater Engine, 7 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1923, 20 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Barton Station, Manchester, Switchgear, 20 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Converting Plant, 20
  • - Electric Railway Equipment, 21
  • - Electricity in Mines, 21
  • - Linton Lock, Hydro Station, York, 20 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Mercury Vapour Rectifiers, 20
  • - Motors, 21
  • - Rolling Mills, 21
  • - Switchgear, 20
  • -- Barton Power Station, 20
  • -- Linton Lock Hydro Station, 20
  • - Turbo-generators, 20
  • - Wembley Laboratories, 20 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Wireless Communication, 21
  • GAS ENGINEERING IN 1923, 50
  • - Carbon Monoxide, 50
  • - Coke and other By-products, 51
  • - Fuel Research Board, 50
  • - New Works at Chicago, 50
  • - Smokeless Fuel, 50
  • - "Standard Price" Adjustments, 50
  • - Sulphate of Ammonia, 51
  • - Synthetic Fertilisers, 51
  • - Technical Progress, 50
  • - Therm, The, 50
  • HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS IN 1923, 75
  • - United Kingdom, 75
  • - Bristol Channel and South Wales Ports, 76
  • - British Inland Waterways, 76
  • - Facilities for Oil Trade, 76
  • - Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal, 75
  • - Naval Ports, 76
  • - North-East Coast and Humber Ports, 76
  • - Other Ports, 76
  • - Port of London, 75
  • - Scotland, 76
  • - Southampton, 76
  • - Canada, 76 ´
  • - India and the Middle East, 76
  • - South Africa, 76
  • - European and Foreign Ports, 76
  • - China and Japan, 76
  • - Europe, 76
  • - South America, 77
  • - United States, 77
  • MOTOR SHIPS AND MARINE OIL ENGINES IN 1923, 7, 8 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Beardmore Engine, New Type, 10
  • - Beardmore-Tosi Engine, 9
  • -- Fruit-carrying Motor Ship Pizarro, 9 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Burmeister and Wain Engine, 7
  • -- Motor Ship Medon, 9 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Camellaird-Fullagar Engine, 9
  • -- Diesel-electric Fruit-carrying La Playa, 9 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Diesel Engines with Reduction Gears, 10
  • - Doxford Engine, 9
  • - Marine Oil Engine Trials, 10
  • - Neptune Engine, 9
  • - North British Engine, 8, 9 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Scott-Still Engine, 9 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Sulzer Type Engine, 8, 9
  • -- British India Steam Navigation Ship Dalgoma, 9 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Vickers 600B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine, 9, 10
  • - Werkspoor Engine, 10
  • NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1923, 2
  • - France, 4
  • - Great Britain, 2
  • -- H.M. Aeroplane Carrier Hermes, 2, 3
  • -- H.M. Submarine K, 26
  • - Japan, 3
  • - Other Navies, 4

ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued) :

  • NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1923 (continued) :
  • - United States, 3, 16
  • -- Battleship Colorado, 3, 16
  • -- Light Cruiser Detroit, 3, 16
  • RAILWAYS IN 1923, 5
  • - General :
  • - Great Western, 5
  • - London, Midland and Scottish, 5
  • -- Great Eastern Area, 5
  • -- Great Northern and Great Central Areas, 5
  • -- North British Area, 5
  • -- North-Eastern Area, 5
  • - London and North-Eastern Railway, 5
  • - Metropolitan District and London Electric Railways, 6
  • - Railway Accidents, 6
  • - Railway Labour, 6
  • - Signalling, 6
  • - Southern Railway, 5
  • - South-Eastern Section, 5
  • SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1923, 10
  • - Leeds, 11
  • - London Main Drainage and Sewage Disposal, 10
  • - Manchester's Activated Sludge Plant, 11
  • - Sewage Treatment by Agitation and Aeration, 10
  • -- Activated Sludge or "Diffused Air" Process, 10
  • -- Bio-aeration Process, 10
  • -- Surface Aeration System, 10
  • - Walshaw System of Disposal, 11
  • - Works in Hand and in Contemplation, 11
  • STEAMSHIPS OF 1923, 18
  • - Boilers and Mechanical Stoking, 19
  • - Oil in Navigable Waters, 19
  • - Reciprocating Engines, Turbines and Gearing, 19
  • - Repairs and Re-conditioning, 19
  • - Ships Built on the Clyde and Tyne, 19 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • -- Cuba, Liner, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Limited, 19 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • -- Cunard Liner Franconia, John Brown and Co., Limited, 19 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Some Large Vessels, 18
  • -- Lamport and Holt Liner Voltaire, Steam Collier Berwindmoor, Workman, Clark and Co., Limited, 18, 19 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • -- Minnewaska, Atlantic Transport Liner, and Turbines, Harland and Wolff, 18 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • -- P. and O. Liners Mooltan and Maloja, 18 ; Holland-America Veedam, Harland and Wolff, 18 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • -- White Star Liner Doric, Harland and Wolff, 18 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Some New Developments, 19
  • -- Duct Keel, Five-bladed Propeller, 19
  • - Special Ships, Faraday Cable Ship and Others, 19 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - The Outlook, 20
  • WATER SUPPLY IN 1923 :
  • - Cardiff, Llwynon Reservoir, Roughing Filters, Taff Fawr Conduit, Second Pipe Line, Wenault Reservoir, 38
  • - General Outlook, 38
  • - Liverpool, Vyrnwy Supply, Aber Tunnel Filtration, 38
  • - General, 38
  • - Manchester, Thirlmere, Thirlmere Aqueduct, Heaton Park Reservoir, 38
  • - Metropolitan Water Board, 38
  • - Purchase of a Canal Works, 38
  • - Works Under Construction or in Contemplation, 38
  • - France, 39
  • - Other Works Abroad, 39
  • - Streamline Filter, 40
  • - Tansa Completion Works for Bombay 39
  • APPLIED Mechanics, Delft International Conference on, 234
  • Apprentices, Aircraft--see Aeronautics

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • Association, British Waterworks :
  • - Annual General Meeting and Programme, 580
  • Association, Diesel Engine Users':
  • - Electricity Supply in War Time, A. H. Dykes and W. T. Townend, 538
  • - Heavy Oil Engine Indicator Diagrams, J. M. Ferguson, 368
  • - President, on Scope for Heavy Oil Engines, 293
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • - Annual Dinner, 183
  • - Annual Meeting, 360
  • - Hardness and Cutting Trials of a Tool Steel, Dempster Smith and Israel Hey, 356, 366
  • - Modern Foundry Practice, Oliver Smalley, 317
  • - Some New Dynamometers, J. S.. Glen Primrose, 127
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • - Annual Meeting, 395, 513, 536, 565
  • - Bessemer Medal Award to Professor Albert Sauveur, 536
  • - Continuous Rolling Mills, their Growth and Development, J. P. Bedson, 536
  • - Effect of Cold Work upon Crystals of Iron, Hugh OíNeill, 536
  • - Experiments on the Brinell Tensile Relationship, A. L. Norbury and T. Samuel, 566

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • Institute, Iron and Steel (continued):
  • - Features in the Working and Efficiency of Reversing Generators, J. Seigle, 565
  • - Forging Temperature of Steels, Professor K. Honda, 565
  • - Hardening of Silico-manganese Steels, E. W. Colbeck and Dr. D. Hanson, 566
  • - Hardness of Electro-deposited Iron, Nickel, Cobalt and Copper, D. J. Macnaughton, 567
  • - High Temperature Growth of Special Cast Irons, J. H. Andrew and H. Hyman, 536
  • - Indentation Hardness of Metals, Professor Honda and K. Takahasi, 566
  • - Notes on the Testing of Metal Strip, Dr. Leslie Aitchison and Mr. Leslie W. Johnson, 567
  • - Plastic Deformation of Iron, Dr. F. C. Thompson and W. E. W. Millington, 536
  • - Presidential Address, Sir William Ellis, 513, 536
  • - Production of Large Crystals, Professor C. A. Edwards and L. B. Pfeil, 537
  • - Programme, 395
  • - Recovery of Waste Heat in Open-hearth Furnace Practice, W. Dyrssen, 565
  • - Transverse Test Bars, G. S. Bell and C. H. Adamson, 566
  • - X-ray Studies on the Crystal Structure of Steel, Part II., A. Westgren and G. Phragmen, 537
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • - Gas Turbines, Hugh Campbell, 129
  • Institute of Metals :
  • - Alloys of Copper and Cadmium, C. H. M. Jeakins and. Dr. D. Hanson, 331
  • - Aluminium-copper Alloys, David Stockdale, 331
  • - Annual and Autumn Meetings and May Lecture, 208
  • - Annual General Meeting, 290, 303, 331 ; Report of Council, 290 ; Annual Dinner, 291
  • - Atoms and Isotopes, May Lecture, Dr. F. W. Aston, 637
  • - Brittle Ranges in Brass as Shown by the Izod Impact Test, D. Bunting, 290
  • - Cadmium-lead-zinc System, Maurice Cook, 332
  • - Cold-drawing and Annealing Low-tin Bronze, Stuart H. J. Wilson, 303
  • - Copper-zinc Alloys which Expand on Solidification, Mr. lokibe, 303
  • - Equilibrium Diagram of the Copper-tin System, Tomimatu Isihara, 332
  • - Fatigue Failure of Brass Tubes, andc., W. E. W. Millington and Professor F. C. Thompson, 290
  • - Joint Meeting with the Faraday Society, 478 ; Fluxes and Slags in Metal Melting, Joint Meeting, 478
  • - Metallurgical Research, Professor Thomas Turner, 276
  • - Relative Corrosions of Zinc and Lead in Solutions of Inorganic Salts, Dr. J. Newton Friend and Mr. J. S. Tidmus, 304
  • - Strength and Electro-resistivity of Copper, W. E. Alkins, 303
  • - Tensile Properties of Aluminium at High Temperatures, Thomas Martin 303
  • - Thermal Coefficients of Expansion of Some Commercial Metals and Alloys, Dr. J. Newton Friend and R. H. Vallance, 290
  • - X-ray Studies of the Copper Aluminium Alloys, E. R. Jette and Others, 304
  • - Zinc-bronze and Casting Temperature, F. W. Rowe, 331
  • Institute of Transport:
  • - Fourth Congress, 478
  • - Programme, 478
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • - Bristol Waterworks, Cheddar Supply, A McCulloch Paterson, 637
  • - Meeting of Joint Committee on Tabulating Results of Heat Engine and Boiler Trials, 365, 394
  • -- Thermal Efficiency of Internal Combustion Engines, Standards of Comparison, andc., G. J. Wells, 365, 394 ; (Letter), 449
  • - New Charter, 14
  • - MANCHESTER AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION :
  • -- Third Annual Dinner, 317
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • - Design of Apparatus for the Protection of Alternating-current Circuits, A. S. FitzGerald, 263
  • - Electric Passenger Lifts, H. Marryat, 104
  • - Power Circuit Interference with Telegraphs and Telephones, S. G. Bartholomew, 448
  • - Special General Meeting, 210 ; (Paragraph), 369
  • - Visits of Delegates of Overseas Technical Institutions, 610, 702
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :
  • - Modern Pumping Engines in Holland, Professor J. C. Dijxhoorn, 506
  • - Tests on a Cylindrical Marine Boiler with and without Preheated Air, W. H. Owen, 209
  • - Joint Summer Meeting, 369, 628, 696, 711; Programme, 696 ; for Details see Institution of Naval Architects
  • Institution of Gas Engineers :
  • - Annual General Meeting, 696
  • - Programme, 696

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • - Ciment Fondu, J. S. Marshall, 264
  • - Exhaust Valve and Cylinder Head Temperatures in High-speed Petrol Engines, Professor A. H. Gibson and H. Wright Baker, 24
  • - Some Physiological Aspects of Heating and Ventilation, Kenneth Gray, 174
  • - Torsion Meters, J. Ward, 208
  • - Water-tube Boilers, L. M. Jockel, 478
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • - Annual General Meeting, 222
  • - Joint Committee Meeting, Hydraulic Power Plants, Standard Tests for, Report of Joint Committee, 354
  • - London Summer Meeting, 1924, 369
  • - Presidential Address, W. H. Patchell, 332, 337, 390
  • -- Electricity Supply, Mr. W. H. Patchell on, 390
  • -- Progress in Prime Movers, W. H. Patchell, 332
  • - Progress of Mechanical Engineering in the Military Service, Lecture by Major G. Le L. Martel, 124
  • - Relationship of Air Consumption and Brake Horse-power of Internal Combustion Engines, Dr. H. Moss, 416
  • - Repair and Upkeep of Pneumatic Tools, R. W. Wilson, 166, 182, 222
  • - Joint Meeting :
  • -- General Methods of Water Purification for Industrial Purposes, B. Heastie, 225, 233
  • -- Treatment of Condensing Water, H. W. Coulson, 233
  • -- Water Purification for Industrial Purposes, J. P. OíCallaghan, 233
  • -- Water Softening by Means of Doucil, T. P. Hilditch and H. J. Wheaton, 234
  • - MIDLAND BRANCH :
  • - Pulverised Coal, Its Preparation and Utilisation, R. Jackson, 179 ; (Correction), 200
  • - NORTH-WESTERN SECTION :
  • - Annual Dinner, 261
  • - History of Ironfoundry Practice, Mr. Makinson, 197
  • - Possibilities of Mercury for Binary Fluid Turbines, W. J. Kearton, 197
  • - Recent Progress in Gear Cutting, I. H. Wright, 99
  • - LONDON GRADUATES :
  • - Annual Lecture, Engineering in Literature, Lieut.-Colonel E. Kitson-Clark, 258
  • - Works Management as a Career, Sir Holberry Mensforth, 181
  • Institution of Municipal and County Engineers :
  • - Annual General Meeting and Conference, 551 Programme, 551
  • - African District Meeting, 551
  • Institution of Naval Architects:
  • - Annual Meetings, 381, 407, 450, 474
  • - Report, Research Work, Elections, Premium Awards, 381 ; Annual Dinner, 382
  • - Analysis of Ship Resistance, J. Tutin, 477
  • - Application of Steam Turbine for Auxiliary Machinery, Richard Allen, 450, 455
  • - Development of the Airship, Commander C. D. Burney, 407, 408
  • - Drift of Ships Caused by Rolling Among Waves, Professor K. Suyeturo, 409
  • - Effect of Length on the Skin Friction of Flat Surfaces, Dr. T. E. Stanton and Miss D. Marshall, 477
  • - Effect of Wind and Waves on the Propulsion of Ships, J. L. Kent, 457
  • - Further Experimental Work on Diesel Engines, Engineer-Commander R. Beeman, 474, 487, 517, 547, 578
  • - Future of Sea Transport, Archibald Hurd, 407
  • - High Elastic Limit Mild Steel and its General Applications, G. W. Barr and Others, 443, 450
  • - Results of Some Rolling Experiments on Ship Models, M. P. Payne, 409
  • - Sea-borne Coastal Trade, Sir Alfred Read, 407, 408
  • - Skin Friction Resistance and the Law of Comparison, A. Shigemitzu, 477
  • - Strategical and Tactical Considerations Governing Warship Design, Admiral Sir Doveton Sturdee, 381
  • - Torsion of Ships, G. Vedeler, 475
  • - Vibration of Ships, H. W. Nicholls, 475
  • - Joint Summer Meeting, 369, 628, 696, 711 ; Programme, 696
  • -- Advanced Naval Bases, Mr. S. S. Staples and Captain D. J. Munro, 712
  • -- Dinner, 713
  • -- Proposed Soft-ended Ship, Mr. Spanner's Diagram, 712
  • -- Ship Design, Sir John Biles, 711
  • - Spring Meetings, Annual Dinner, Programme, 342
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
  • - Corrosion, Rapid, of Condenser Tubes, Causes of, Dr. Bengough, 278
  • - Joint Summer Meeting, 369, 628, 696, 711 ; Programme, 696 ; for Details see Institution of Naval Architects
  • Institution of Public Lighting Engineers and Superintendents:
  • - First Conference and Exhibition, 184
  • Institution of Sanitary Engineers :
  • - Conference on Sanitary Engineering, 713
  • - Provisional Programme, Details, 713
  • Institution of Water Engineers :
  • - Programme, 598
  • - Summer General Meeting, 598
  • Society, Faraday:
  • - Joint Meeting with the Institute of Metals, Fluxes and Slags in Metal Melting, 478
  • Society of Glass Technology:
  • - Apparatus for Calibrating Burette Tubes, Verney Stott, 26
  • - Efficiency in the Glass Trade, Factors Affecting, Eric Farmer, 26
  • - Glass Industry Specifications, Soda-lime Glasses for Containers, Professor W. E. S. Turner, 26

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :

  • Society, Liverpool Engineering :
  • - Tube Railway Tunnelling, David Anderson, 342
  • Society, Physical, of London :
  • - Jubilee Celebrations, 283, 338, 342
  • Society, Radio, of Great Britain :
  • - Television, Campbell Swinton, 385
  • Society, Royal:
  • - Conversazione and Exhibits, 542
  • -- Anglo-Persian Oil Company’s Apparatus for Protection of Oil from Lightning, 542
  • -- Even Time Scale Production, International Western Electric Company, 543
  • -- Moullin, E. B., Torsionmeter, Cambridge Instrument Company, 543
  • -- National Physical Laboratory’s Electrical Method of Hardening Standard Gauges, 542 ; also Annular-jet Vacuum Pump for Exhausting X-ray Tubes, andc., 542
  • -- Vibration of Steam Turbine Discs and Shafts, Professor G. Stoney and J. P. Chittenden, 542
  • Society, Women’s Engineering :
  • - Second International Conference, Programme, 291
  • Societies, Physical and Optical;
  • - Exhibition, 12
  • ASTON, Dr. F. W., on Atoms and Isotopes, 637
  • Atoms and Isotopes, Dr. F. W. Aston, 637
  • Atmospheric Corrosion, 45
  • Atmospheric Pollution, Ninth Report of Advisory Committee, 568
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 77, 263, 508, 608

B

  • BARR, G. W., and Others, on High Elastic Limit Mild Steel, andc., 443, 450
  • Bartholomew, S. G., on Power Circuit. Interference with Telegraphs and Telephones, 448
  • Base Metal Supplies, 415
  • Bedson, J. P., on Continuous Rolling Mills, 536
  • Beeman, Engineer-Commander R., on Further Experimental Work on Diesel Engines, 474, 487, 517, 547, 578
  • Belgium’s Industrial Future, 423
  • Bengough, Dr., on Rapid Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, 278
  • Benson Super High-pressure Steam Generator, 199
  • Bessemer—see Iron and Steel
  • Biles, Sir John, Ship Design, 711
  • Blast-furnace in New Zealand, 688, 690
  • Boiler Control, Modern Systems of, John B. C. Kershaw, 141
  • Boiler Efficiency, W. S. Patterson, 178
  • Boiler Flue Cleaning Plant, W. G. Hay, 520
  • Boiler Load Indicator, Temperature Control Apparatus, George Kent, Limited, 13
  • Boiler, Locomotive, Performance, E. C. Poultney, 192, 218
  • Boiler, Locomotive, Repair—see Works
  • Boiler, Marine, Tests with and without Preheated Air, W. H. Owen, 209
  • Boiler, Vertical Fire-tube for Steam Wagon, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Limited, 714
  • Boilers, Water-tube, L. M. Jockel, 444
  • Books of Reference, 151, 395, 421, 550
  • Boring Machines—see Machine Tools Bridge, Sydney Harbour, 200, 253
  • Bridge, Waterloo, Report, 382
  • Bridges—see also Transporter Brinell Test, 632
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, Annual Luncheon; Address, B. Longbottom, 334
  • BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION, STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS :
  • - See also Paragraphs Index
  • - British Standard Rolled Steel Sections, Complete Edition of Section Book, 716
  • - Devil’s Claws, 145
  • - End (or Bending) Shackles, 145
  • - Hand Screw (Aft) Steering Gear, 145
  • - Stud Link Cables (Anchor Cables), 145
  • BRITISH Engineers’ Association, Exhibition Celebration Luncheon, 486
  • British Port Facilities, 603
  • Brittle Ranges in Brass, andc., D. Bunting, 290
  • Bronze Statues, Casting, Morris Art Bronze Foundry, 473
  • Buenos Aires, Hydro-electric Power for, 233
  • Building, 7500-Ton Office, Moving, 340
  • Bunting, D., on Brittle Ranges in Brass as shown by the Izod Impact Test, 290
  • Burney, Commander C. D., on the Development of the Airship, 407, 408
  • Burton-Alexander, J. T., Locomotive Boiler Reconditioning Shop, 404, 405, 414
  • Burton-Alexander, J. T., on the Summer Services of the French Railways, 720

C

  • CALENDARS, Diaries, andc., 32, 51, 81, 133, 155, 267
  • Calliper Gauges, Ball-hardness Tester, Alfred Herbert, Limited, 12
  • Calorimeter, Block, Professor Boys, 14
  • Cambridge Vibrograph, 12, 13
  • Campbell, Hugh, on Gas Turbines, 129
  • Canada, Canal System of, 486
  • Canada, Hydro-electric Progress in, during 1923, 153
  • Canada, Water-Power.Resources of, 439
  • Canal System of Canada, 486
  • Capel-Cure, Sir Edward, 14
  • Carbon Monoxide in Motor Car Exhaust Gases, 282
  • Cars, Railway—see Railways
  • CastingABronze Statues, Morris Art Bronze Foundry, 473
  • Catalogues, 210, 295, 317, 461, 493, 523, 553, 608, 699
  • Cells—see Electrical Matters
  • Cement and Chalk Slurry, Tube Mills, Pumps, Storage, andc., Humber Cement Works, 326, 336, 358, 392 (Two-page Supplement, April 4th, 1924)
  • Cement Congress, International, 368
  • Cement Works--see Works
  • Centenary of John Elder, 1824-1869, Engineer- Captain Edgar C. Smith, 273
  • Chain of Pots, Sixth to Seventh Century A.D., G. F. Zimmer, 183
  • Chain Pump Dredger Used in the Low Countries, 1560, G. F. Zimmer, 183
  • Chalk Crushing and Grinding Plant, Edgar Allen and Co., Limited, 326, 336, 358 (Two-page Supplement, April 4th, 1924)
  • Chile, Port, Construction in, 331
  • China Clay Jetty at Fowey, 195, 202
  • Chromium--see Iron and Steel
  • Churches and Office Buildings, 454
  • Ciment Fondu, J. S. Marshall, 264
  • Circle of Mechanical Trades, John Evelyn, 1660, MS. at the Royal Society, A. F. Sieve- King, 183
  • Clinker Cooling and Grinding at Humber Cement Works, 392
  • COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES :
  • - Coal-handling Plant at East Greenwich Power Station, Sir Wm. Arrol and Co., Limited, and Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 715, 718
  • - Coal and Ore-handling Plant at Waalhaven, Rotterdam, 722, 723
  • - Dry Coke-cooling Plant at Rotterdam, Sulzer Brothers, 514, 515
  • - Pulverised Coal: Its Preparation and Utilisation, R. Jackson, 179 ; (Correction), 200
  • COALBROOKDALE District, Sketch of the Industrial History of, Rhys Jenkins, 694 ; (Letter), 721
  • Codes, Engine and Boiler Test, 286
  • Compressors--see Air Compressors
  • Concrete Breaking--see Tamping
  • Concrete, Broken Stone, Permeability of, 720
  • Condenser, Surface, Very Large, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Limited, 100, 101
  • Conference--see World Power ; Applied Mechanics ; Ships, andc.
  • Congress, Empire Mining and Metallurgical, 117, 508
  • Congress of Refrigeration, International, 685
  • Contracts, 55, 84, 110, 133, 155, 187, 216, 237, 267, 317, 347, 373, 399, 459, 523, 524, 556, 586, 613, 644, 671, 729
  • Conveyor, Aerial Rope, Light, Artex, Limited, 101
  • Conveyors for Coal--see Coal Handling
  • Copper and Electrical Power in South Africa, 683
  • Copper Output in United States, 209
  • Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, Dr. Bengough, 278
  • Costs of a Consulting Engineering Practice, by a Consulting Engineer, 113
  • Cotton Growing in the French Sudan, 608
  • Coulson, H. W., on Treatment of Condensing Water, 233
  • Cramp, Professor W., and A. Priestley, Pneumatic Grain Elevators, 34, 64, 89, 112
  • Crane, 25-Ton Electrically Operated Jib, Stothert and Pitt, Limited, 576, 577
  • Crane, French Automobile Jib, 604
  • Crane, Self-propelled 350-Ton Floating, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Limited, 396 (Two- page Supplement, April 11th, 1924)
  • Crane, 5-Ton Underhung-jib, Joseph Adamson and Co., 48, 49
  • Cranes, Quay, Design of, F. M. Du Plat Taylor, 589
  • Cruisers--see Ships
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 30, 56, 82, 108, 133, 160, 188, 214, 240, 268, 296, 322, 348, 374, 400, 426, 462, 494, 524, 554, 584, 614, 642, 672, 700, 732

D

  • DAM, Hartebeestpoort, on the Crocodile River, Transvaal, 228, 230
  • Dam, Lake Mentz, on Sundays River, 116, 122
  • Davey, Henry, on Tidal Power Barrages in Sand Bottom Estuaries, 276
  • Dawson, Sir Philip, and Professor S. Parker Smith, on Main-line Railway Electrification, 633, 653, 684 (Two Two-page Supplements, June 6th, 1924)
  • Deep Water Quays, Effect of, on Navigation, Ernest Latham, 625
  • Delft International Conference on Applied Mechanics, 234
  • Design of Cranes—see Cranes
  • Design of Works on Open Channels, F. V. Elsden, 440
  • Diamond Fields, South Africa, 261
  • Dickinson, H. W., and Arthur Lee on The Rastricks, Civil Engineers, 253
  • Diesel Engine Users—see Associations
  • Diesel Engines—see Engines
  • Dijxhoorn, Professor J. C., Modern Pumping Engines in Holland, 506
  • Disruptive Adventures, 690
  • Distributors—see Sewage
  • Dock, Floating Dry, for Southampton, 198 (Two-page Supplement, February 22nd, 1924)
  • Dock, New Dry, at Havre, 662
  • Drake, Hamlyn M., Electric Industrial Heating, 114
  • Dredgers, and Excavating Machinery, Oil Engine Operation for, Geo. B. Massey, 668
  • Dredgers—see also Suction
  • Drift of Ships—see Ships
  • Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Drop Hammer for Multiple-die Stamping, Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, Limited, 154
  • Dry Coke-cooling Plant at Rotterdam, Sulzer Brothers, 514, 515
  • Dry Dock, New, and Ship-repairing Yard, at Swansea, Palmers (Swansea) Dry Dock Company, Limited, 540, 544, 576, 577
  • Dykes, A. H., and W. T. Townend, on Electricity Supply in Wartime, 538
  • Dynamometers, Some New, J. S. Glen Primrose, 127
  • Dyrssen, W., Recovery of Waste Heat in Open- hearth Furnace Practice, 565

E

  • ECONOMIC Conditions in Panama, 156
  • Economy versus Efficiency, 689, 690
  • Effect of Deep-water Quays on Navigation, Ernest Latham, 625
  • Efficiency of Power Supply, 690
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS :
  • - See also Annual Articles
  • - Aluminium Electrical Conductors for Overhead Power Transmission, H. G. Williams, 507
  • - Apparatus, Design of, for the Protection of Alternating-current Circuits, A. S. FitzGerald, 263
  • - Bay of Fundy Electrical Projects, 254
  • - British Empire Exhibition Power Station, Sub-stations and Equipment, 250, 251
  • - 22,000-Volt Cable for Morwell Power Scheme, 508, 510
  • - Communication Circuits, 448
  • - Copper and Electrical Power in South Africa, 683
  • - East Greenwich Power Station, Coal-handling Plant at, Sir Wm. Arrol and Co., Limited, and Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 715, 718
  • - Efficient Primary Cell, The Darimont, 636
  • - Electrical Meter for Measuring Air Flow, Dr. H. Moss, 416
  • - Electric Passenger Lifts, H. Marryat, 104 ; (Letter), 146
  • - Electricity in Mines, Professor W. M. Thornton on, 150
  • - Electricity Supplies, Mr. S. L. Pearce on, 150
  • - Electricity Supply, 390
  • - Electricity Supply in Wartime, A. H. Dykes and W. T. Townend, 538
  • - Elverson Oscilloscope, 13
  • - High-tension Transmission Lines, Ernest V. Pannell, 272, 300, 328, 352, 378, 418
  • - Ilgner Converters at Transformer Station, Waalhaven, Rotterdam, 724
  • - Industrial Heating, Electric, Hamlyn M. Drake, 115
  • - Kilovolt-ampíre Demand Meter, American Westinghouse Electrical and Manufacturing Company, 519
  • - Manometer, Electro-magnetic, Harold Martin, 609
  • - "Meg" Insulation Tester, Dionic Water Tester, Ductor Potential Ohmmeter, Generators, andc., Evershed and Vignols, Limited, 12
  • - Motor Control Gear, Electrical Apparatus Company, Limited, Exhibition, 174
  • - Neasden Power Station, Metropolitan Railway, New Switchgear at, General Electric Company, Limited, 70, 74
  • - North Tees Power Station, 664
  • - Peak Voltages, Measurement of, Ralph D. Mershon, 444
  • - Power Transmission, 542
  • - Primary Battery, Darimont Electric Batteries, Limited, 12
  • - Pumps, Electrical, in Industrial Plants, R. H. Rogers, 458
  • - Railway Electrification, 71 ; (Letters), 103, 129, 146
  • - Railways and Railway Locomotives, Electric--see also Railways
  • - Single-phase Electric Locomotives, 305, 310 (Two-page Supplement, March 21st, 9124)
  • - Synchroscope, Rotary, Nalder Brothers and Thompson, 13
  • - Telemeter, New Electrical, 579
  • - Temperature Recorder, Siemens Brothers and Co., Limited, 13
  • - Thermionic Valve Rectifiers, 638
  • - Wind-driven Electrical and other Installations, E. Lancaster Burne, 318
  • ELSDEN, F. V., Design of Works on Open Channels, 440
  • Emergency Pipe Clamps, W. H. Willcox and Co., Limited, 261
  • Emmet Mercury Vapour Plant, 65
  • Empire Mining and Metallurgy, 624, 660
  • Empire Mining and Metallurgical Congress, 117
  • - Alloy Steels, 660
  • - Alloys of Aluminium, 661
  • - Cast Iron, 661
  • - Copper and Nickel, 625
  • - Iron and Steel Metallurgy, 660
  • - Iron and Steel Practice, 627
  • - Iron and Tin, 625
  • - Oil Fuel Problems, 661
  • Empire Naval Defence, 390
  • Engineering Association of Malaya, 126
  • Engineering in Literature, Lieut.-Colonel E. Kitson-Clark, 258
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS :
  • - See also Annual Articles
  • - Aeroplane Engines :
  • -- "Jaguar" Air-cooled Radial, and Seven- cylinder "Lynx" Engines, Armstrong- Siddeley Motors, Limited, 23
  • -- Jupiter, Mark IV., 400 H.P., Twin-cylinder Cherub Engine, Bristol Aeroplane Company, 22, 23
  • -- Rolls-Royce Condor Engines, 24
  • - Air Consumption and Brake Horse-power of Internal Combustion Engines, Dr. H. Moss, 416
  • - Aorangi, Motor Ship, Engines of, Two Fairfield-Sulzer 3250 B.H.P., 317, 694
  • - Cold-starting Oil Engine, Ruston and Hornsby, Limited, 180
  • - 3600 B.H.P. Diesel Engine for China, Sulzer Brothers, 656
  • - Engine and Boiler Test Codes, 286
  • - Further Experimental Work on Diesel Engines, Engineer-Commander R. Beeman, 474, 487, 517, 547, 578
  • - Heat Engines and Boiler Trials, 365
  • - Heavy Oil Engine Indicator Diagrams, J. M. Ferguson, 368
  • - Heavy Oil Engine Working Costs, 203
  • - North-Eastern Werkspoor Double-acting Marine Oil Engine, 604, 626, 630, 661
  • - Nuremburg Oil Engine, The Large; 291
  • - Oil Engine Operation for Dredgers and Excavating Machinery, Geo. B. Massey, 668
  • - Oil Engine in a Woollen Mill, Keighley Gas and Oil Engine Company, 264
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS {continued) :
  • - Petrol Engines, High-speed, Exhaust Valve and Cylinder Head Temperatures in, Professor A. H. Gibson and H. Wright, 24
  • - Progress in Prime Movers, Presidential Address, W. H. Patchell, 332, 337
  • - Richardsons-Westgarth-Tosi Marine Oil Engine, 1250 B.H.P., 9 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Roller Bearing Hot-bulb Oil Engine, 8, Richards and Co., 92 ; (Letters), 103, 128, 129, 146
  • - Scott-Still Marine Oil Engine in Motor Ship Dolius, 384, 385, 627
  • - Sliding Cylinder Two-cycle Double-acting Marine Oil Engine, 2000 B.H.P., North British Diesel Engine Works, 451, 483
  • - Thermal Efficiency of Internal Combustion Engines, andc., G. J. Wells, 365, 389, 394 ; (Letter), 449
  • - Vickers 600 B.H.P. Marine Oil Engine, 9, 10
  • ENGINEERS and English, 285, 338
  • Engineering Industries, 571
  • Engineering Notes--see Australian, French and Indian
  • Engineering and Physics, 338, 342
  • Engineering in South Africa, 395
  • Estimating, 244
  • Exhaust Valve, andc.--see Engines
  • EXHIBITIONS :
  • - British Empire Exhibition, 117, 250, 251, 430, 446, 447 ; Celebration Luncheon, 486--see also Separate Index
  • -- Empire Mining and Metallurgical Congress, 117, 508, 624
  • -- World Power Conference, 126
  • - Foundry Trades Exhibition, International, 726--see Moulding Machines and also Paragraph Index
  • - International Cement Congress, 368
  • - Marine and Small Craft Exhibition, 316
  • - Model Engineer Exhibition, 40
  • - Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition 12
  • - Royal Agricultural Society's Show, Leicester, 714
  • EXTRUSION of Metals, 258

F

  • FACTS and Figures, Interpretation of, 719
  • Fan, "Cindervane," for Stepney Power House, Sturtevant Engineering Company, Limited, 696
  • Ferries, The Train, 221
  • Ferry Steamers, 477, 478
  • Fire-floats, Motor Machinery for, Parsons Motor Company, Limited, 232
  • FitzGerald, A. S., Design of Apparatus for the Protection of Alternating-current Circuits, 263
  • Floating Dry Dock for Southampton, 198 (Two-page Supplement, February 22nd, 1924)
  • Flow of Steam--see Steam
  • Flue Dust and Forced Draught, "Cindervane" Fan for Stepney Power House, 696
  • Fluid Friction and Heat Transference, Thomas B. Morley, 596 ; (Letter), 628
  • Folding Loft Stairway, C. A. O. Berner, 318
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 32, 58, 84, 110, 136, 162, 190, 216, 242, 270, 298, 324, 350, 376, 402, 428, 464, 496, 526, 556, 586, 616, 644, 674, 702, 734
  • Foundry Practice, Modern, Oliver Smalley, 317 Fowey, China Clay Shipping Jetty at, 195, 202
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - 31, 57, 83, 109, 135, 161, 189, 215, 241,^269, 297, 323, 349, 375, 401, 427, 463, 495, 525, 555, 585, 615, 643, 673, 701, 733
  • - Agricultural Machinery, 189, 215
  • - Alcohol Monopoly, 525
  • - Anglo-French Trade, 615
  • - Art and Engineering, 375
  • - Aviation Engineers, 323
  • - Batignolles Tunnels, 463
  • - British Coal, 297
  • - Cable Ship, 241
  • - Canalisation of the Rhine, 349
  • - Capital and Industry, 241
  • - Capital Ships, 701
  • - Cartels, 643
  • - Coal Carbonisation, 701
  • - Coke Supplies, 615
  • - Colonial Works, 463
  • - Commercial Treaties, 269
  • - Competition, 463
  • - Concrete Roads, 673
  • - Continuous Brakes, 701
  • - Cotton, 375
  • - Currency and Costs, 57
  • - Deepening the Seine, 83
  • - Desert Traction, 189
  • - Direct Steel Process, 733
  • - Economies and Trade, 109
  • - Electrical Schemes, 83
  • - Engineering Works, 401
  • - European Reconstruction, 375
  • - Export Trade, 241
  • - Falling Franc, 297
  • - Flood Protection, 57
  • - Flood Reservoirs, 57
  • - Foreign Boycott, 109
  • - Foreign Competition, 349
  • - Foreign Trade, 495, 733
  • - Free Exports, 401
  • - French Point of View, 135
  • - French Ports, 297
  • - German Coke, 701
  • - Helicopters, 109, 555
  • - How to Recover Trade, 135
  • - Import Duties and Restrictions, 109
  • - Increasing Costs, 215
  • - Industrial Cars, 643
  • - Industrial Co-operation, 135
  • - Industrial Position, 269
  • - International Fairs, 585
  • - Iron and Steel Production, 161
  • - Labour, 463
  • - Liquid Fuel, 673
  • - Locomotives, 323
  • - Marseilles-Rhone Canal, 215
  • - Metropolitan Extensions, 495
  • - Monnaie Barrage, 495
  • - Motor Cars, 643
  • - Naval Construction, 427, 615
  • - Novel Concrete Bridge, 241
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES (continued):
  • - Oil Engines, 323
  • - Over-production, 495
  • - Paris Extensions, 31, 673
  • - Paris Fair, 585
  • - Paris Streets, 585
  • - Paris Water Supply, 161, 401
  • - Port of Algiers, 349
  • - Port of Strasburg, 349
  • - Price Inflation, 323
  • - Prohibiting Imports, 189
  • - Protection, 525
  • - Public Transport, 733
  • - Rail Motor Cars, 269
  • - Railway Electrification, 401
  • - Railway Rates, 297
  • - Reconstruction Work, 269, 615
  • - Remarkable Flight, 525
  • - Restricted Buying, 375
  • - Road Construction, 427
  • - Rolling Stock, 555
  • - Rural Electrification, 83
  • - Saar Production, 161
  • - Seine Floods, 31
  • - Shipbuilding, 31
  • - Situation, The, 673
  • - Stadium Railway, 555
  • - Suburban Electrification, 495
  • - Suction Gas for Rail Cars, 297
  • - Suction Gas Traction, 375
  • - Suction Gas Tractors, 555
  • - Sugar Machinery, 525
  • - Tidal Power, 31
  • - Tournelle Bridge, 323
  • - Trade Activity, 83
  • - Trade and Exchange, 555
  • - Trade Future, 585
  • - Trade Prospects, 31
  • - Traffic Control, 733
  • - Unstable Situation, 427
  • - Wagon Builders, 427
  • - Wagons, 349

G

  • GAS Turbines, Hugh Campbell, 129
  • Gear Ratios, Super-accuracy in, T. M. Lowthian and W. Owen, 164
  • Gears and Gear Cutting, I. H. Wright, 99
  • Gibson, Professor A. H., and H. Wright on Exhaust Valve and Cylinder Head Temperatures, andc., 24
  • Glass Industry--see Associations, Society of Glass Technology Papers
  • Government Patent Users, 156
  • Grain Elevators, Pneumatic, Professor W. Cramp and A. Priestley, 34, 64, 89, 112

Grinding Machines--see Machine Tools.

H

  • HARDENING--see also Work-hardening
  • Hardness and Cutting Trials of a Tool Steel, Dempster Smith and Israel Hey, 356, 363, 366
  • Harwich-Zeebrugge Train Ferry, 476, 477
  • Havre, New Dry Dock at, 662
  • Herbert, E. G., Influence of Temperature on Work-hardening of Metals, 356, 363
  • Halton Camp--see Aeronautics
  • Hartebeestpoort Dam on the Crocodile River, Transvaal, 228, 230
  • Heastie, B., General Methods of Water Purification for Industrial Purposes, 225, 233
  • Heating, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Herbert Tester, Work-hardening of Metals and the, 248, 257
  • High Temperature Boilers and Engines, 337
  • High Tension--see Transmission
  • Hilditch, T. P., and H. J. Wheaton, on Water Softening by means of Doucil, 234
  • Hollis, S. L. R., Pipe Lines of the Moncenisio Hydro-electric Plant, 692
  • Holweck Molecular Pump, 13
  • Houk, Ivan E., on Stone Block Pavements in Dayton, Ohio, 606
  • Humber Works--see Works
  • Hurd, Archibald, on the Future of Sea Transport, 407
  • Hydraulic Engineering Problems, Practical, Lectures in Engineering, O. C. A. Van Lidth de Jeude, 232, 260, 308, 344
  • Hydraulic Transmission for Omnibuses, The Lentz, 292 ; (Addendum), 324
  • Hydro-electric Plant, Moncenisio, Pipe Lines of the, S. L. R. Hollis, 692
  • Hydro-electric Power for Buenos Aires, 238
  • Hydro-electric Power Station, Raanaasfoss, Norway, Turbines at, Hallgrim Thoresen, 60, 86 (Supplement, January 18th, 1924)
  • Hydro-electric Progress in Canada During 1923, 153
  • Hydro-electric Scheme, First Big, in South Africa, 316

I

  • INDIAN ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - Hydro-electricity for Bombay, 94
  • - Iron Imports, 94
  • - Progressive Hyderabad, 94
  • - Tariff Board Inquiry, 94
  • INFLUENCE of Temperature--see Work- hardening
  • Institutes and Institutions--see Associations
  • Instruments--see Electrical Matters and also Various Headings
  • Internal Combustion Engines--see Engines
  • International Congress of Refrigeration, 683
  • International Shipping Conference--see Ships
  • Interpretation of Facts and Figures, 719
  • IRON AND STEEL :
  • - Bessemer Steel, 63
  • - Blast-furnace in New Zealand, 688, 690
  • - Brinell Tensile Relationship, A. L. Norbury and T. Samuel, 566
  • - Chemical Specifications for Iron and Steel, C. H. Ridsdale, 312
  • - Chromium, 72 ; (Letter), 129
  • - Classification of Iron and Steel Scrap in the United States, 184
  • - Continuous Rolling Mills, J. P. Bedson, 536
  • - Cost of Sheet Steel Punchings, F. C. Lawrence, 597 ; (Letter), 721
  • IRON AND STEEL {continued):
  • - Dunswatt Iron and Steel Works at the Witwatersrand, 196
  • - Effect of Cold Work upon Crystals of Iron, Hugh OíNeill, 536
  • - Efficiency of Reversing Generators, J. Seigle, 565
  • - Forging Temperature of Steels, Professor K. Honda, 565
  • - French Iron and Steel Production, 209
  • - Growth of Special Cast Irons, J. H. Andrew and H. Hyman, 536
  • - Hardness and Cutting Trials of a Tool Steel, Dempster Smith and Israel Hey, 356, 363, 366
  • - Hardness of Electro-deposited Iron, Nickel, Cobalt and Copper, D. J. Macnaughton, 567
  • - Hardening of Silico-manganese Steels, E. W. Colbeck and Dr. D. Hanson, 566
  • - High Elastic Limit Mild Steel, G. W. Barr and Others, 443, 450
  • - Indentation Hardness of Metals, Professor Honda and K. Takahasi, 566
  • - Iron and Steel Metallurgy--see also Empire Mining and Metallurgy
  • - Plastic Deformation of Iron, Dr. F. C. Thompson and W. E. W. Millington, 536
  • - Production of Large Crystals by Annealing Strained Iron, Professor C. A. Edwards and L. B. Pfeil, 537
  • - Recovery of Waste Heat in Open-hearth Furnace Practice, W. Dyrssen, 565
  • - Rustless Steel Propellers, 317
  • - Standard Rolled Steel Sections, 716
  • - Steel Development in South Africa, 144
  • - Steel in Large Masses, 659
  • - Transverse Test Bars and Engineering Formulae, Gerald S. Bell and C. H. Adatnson, 566
  • - X-ray Studies on the Crystal Structure of Steel, Part II., A. Westgren and G. Phragmen, 537
  • IRRIGATION Pumping Machinery in the Sudan, R. W. Allen, 542, 549
  • Italy, Trade Conditions in, 395

J

  • JACKSON, R., on Pulverised Coal : Its Preparation and Utilisation, 179 ; (Correction), 200
  • Jenkins, Rhys, Sketch of the Industrial History of the Coalbrookdale District, 694
  • Jockel, L. M., on Water-tube Boilers, 444
  • Johnsen-Rahbek Effect, 203
  • Joints, Large Pipe, 454

K

  • KELVIN Centenary, 94 ; (Paragraph) Kelvin Dinner, 556
  • Kent, J. L., on the Effect of Wind and Waves c n the Propulsion of Ships, 457
  • Kershaw, John B. C., Modern Systems of Boiler Control, 141
  • Kiln Firing and Driving Gear at Humber Cement Works, 359, 360
  • Kilns, Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd., 359
  • Kitson-Clark, Lieut.-Colonel E., on Engineering in Literature, 258

L

  • LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES AND WAGES QUESTIONS :
  • - Disruptive Adventures, 690
  • - Marseillaise in Industry, 511
  • - Railway Strike, 97, 123
  • - Unemployment Insurance, 149
  • - Whither ? 660
  • - Workmen's Compensation Act, 1923, 41
  • LAKE Mentz Dam on Sundays River, 116, 122
  • Latham, Ernest, Effect of Deep Water Quays on Navigation, 625
  • Lathes--see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 133, 159, 235, 347, 425, 459, 496, 526, 556, 583, 613, 697, 729
  • Lawrence, F. C., on the Cost of Sheet Steel Punchings, 597 ; (Letter), 721
  • LEADERS :
  • - 1923--A Retrospect, 17
  • - American Locomotive Practice, 720
  • - American Naval Policy, 631
  • - Atmospheric Corrosion, 45
  • - Base Metal Supplies, 415
  • - Brinell Test, 632
  • - Chromium, 72
  • - Communication Circuits, 448
  • - Control of Locomotive Running, 415
  • - Cruiser Programme, 229
  • - Disruptive Adventures, 690
  • - Economy versus Efficiency, 689
  • - Electricity in Mines, 150
  • - Electricity Supplies, 150
  • - Electricity Supply, 390
  • - Empire Naval Defence, 390
  • - Engineering Industries, 571
  • - Engineering and Physics, 338
  • - Engineers and English, 285
  • - Extrusion, 258
  • - Flow of Steam Through Nozzles, 572
  • - German Locomotives for India, 177
  • - Heavy Oil Engine Working Costs, 203
  • - High-temperature Boilers and Engines, 337
  • - Imperial Wireless Telegraphy, 285
  • - Interpretation of Facts and Figures, 719
  • - Johnsen-Rahbek Effect, 203
  • - Locomotive Boilers, 311
  • - Longer Locomotive Runs, 481
  • - Machine Tool Trade of America, 61
  • - Making of Engineers, 338
  • - Marseillaise in Industry, 511
  • - Mass Production and Motor Cars, 541
  • - Methods of Manufacture, 98
  • - Modulus of Elasticity, 45
  • - Navy Estimates, 311
  • - Oil Locomotives, 230
  • - Power Transmission, 542
  • - Practical Man and Scientific Papers, 364
  • - Railway Electrification, 71, 364
  • - Railway Strike, 97, 123
  • LEADERS (continued) :
  • - Saving of Weight, 482
  • - Steel in Large Masses, 659
  • - Tank Locomotives, 602
  • - The Exhibition, 447
  • - The Parsons' Line, 177
  • - Thermal Action of Cutting Tools, 333
  • - Thermodynamics and Practice, 389
  • - Turbine Locomotives, 123
  • - Unemployment Insurance, 149
  • - Whither ? 660
  • - Work-hardening of Metals, 257
  • LECTURES in Engineering--see University of London
  • LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS :
  • - England, North of, 28, 54, 80, 106, 132, 158, 186, 212, 238, 239, 266, 294, 321, 346, 372, 398, 424, 461, 492, 522, 553, 582, 612, 639, 670, 698, 730
  • - Lancashire, 27, 53, 79, 105, 132, 157, 185, 211, 237, 265, 293, 319, 345, 371, 397, 423, 459, 491, 521, 551, 581, 611, 639, 669, 697, 730
  • - Midlands and Staffordshire, 27, 53, 79, 105, 131, 157, 159, 185, 211, 237, 265, 293, 319, 345, 371, 397, 423, 459, 491, 521, 551, 581, 611, 639, 669, 697, 729
  • - Scotland, 29, 55, 81, 107, 132, 159, 187, 213, 239, 267, 295, 321, 347, 373, 399, 425, 461, 493, 523, 553, 582, 612, 641, 671, 699, 731
  • - Sheffield, 28, 54, 80, 106, 131, 158, 186, 212, 238, 266, 294, 320, 346, 372, 398, 424, 460, 492, 522, 552, 582, 611, 639, 670, 698, 730
  • - Wales and Adjoining Counties, 29, 55, 81, 107, 133, 159, 187, 213, 239, 267, 295, 321, 347, 373, 399, 425, 461, 493, 523, 553, 583, 612, 641, 671, 699, 731
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :
  • - Ailsa Craig Works, Ailsa Craig Motor Company, Limited, 279
  • - Air Heaters, George Henry, 128
  • - Bogus Situation Advertisements, 103
  • - Bombay Water Supply, A. Fairlie Bruce, 68
  • - Capital and Labour, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 628
  • - Chain-driven Locomotive, T. Nelson, 129
  • - Coalbrookdale Token, 721
  • - Cost of Sheet Metal Punchings, A. Williams Price, 721
  • - Economical Use of Water Power, Henry Davey, 279
  • - Electric Lifts, Geo. T. Pardoe, 146
  • - Engineering History, Alexander McLean, 235
  • - Engineering Institutions, The, E. R. Briggs, 683
  • - Engineering in Whitehall, Red Tape, 197 ; Mechanical Engineer, 279
  • - First Continuous Automatic Railway Brake, Jas. Dunlop, 628
  • - First Uni-flow Engine, Jas. Dunlop, 628 ; C. R. K., 721 ; Loftus P. Perkins, 721
  • - Fluid Friction, Geo. T. Pardoe, 628
  • - Foreign-built Locomotives, Straight Dink, 197 ; Loco. Builder, 235
  • - Government Policy of Electricity Supply, G.W., N.E., and G.N. Locomotives, H. V. Pegg, 577
  • - Knocking in Solid Injection Engines, R. A. Raphael, 343 ; Hugh Campbell, 360
  • - Labour Government Organisation of Labour, G. Halliday, 628
  • - Leonardo da Vinci, H. Bleackley, 197
  • - Locomotives from Germany--see Foreign- built Locomotives
  • - Machine Tools at the Exhibition, C. M. E., 508 ; Herbert G. Williams, 538
  • - Marine Hot-bulb Engines, &c., Engineer-inChief, 103, 279 ; Hugh Campbell, 128 ; Ledger Cozens, 129 ; Andrew Mac- Fadgen, 129 ; H. T. Day, 146 ; S. Richards and Co., 146
  • - Menai Suspension Bridge, 68
  • - Mercury Boiler, Bevis P. Coulson, jun., 42
  • - Mushet and Bessemer Steel, R. Woodward, 129
  • - Origin of the Thrashing Machine, Arthur Lee, 683
  • - Parsons' Line--see Powdered Fuel
  • - Planing Machine Drive, J. Adamson and Co., 129 ; Newton Brothers, Limited, 235
  • - Pneumatic Tools, Independent Pneumatic Tool Company, 197
  • - Powdered Fuel, David Brownlie, 14, 68 ; F. D. Napier, 14, 103, 146, 360 ; E. Kilburn Scott, 42 ; B. Pokobradski, 42 ; Norman Swindin, 68, 128, 235 ; Leonard Harvey, 68, 197 ; Jas. Cunningham, 197 ; R. Leach, 235 ; C. Saxton, 261 ; John Blizard, 343
  • - Railway Electrification, J. Sayers, 103, 129 ; A. M. Taylor, 103, 146, 383 ; J. C. G. M., 129 ; V. E. Williams, 343 ; George Gibbs, 487 ; J. Ofverholm, 508
  • - Railway Speeds, J. T. Hewitt, 42
  • - Seine Floods, Economist, 343 ; Fenland, 383
  • - Severn Barrage Scheme, Economy, 235
  • - Single-phase Electric Locomotives, A. A. Buss, 343
  • - Solid Injection and Diesel Engines, Vickers Limited, 487
  • - Specific Heat of Gaseous Mixtures, T. B. Morley, 449
  • - Stainless Iron and Steel, Stainless Iron and Alloys Company, Limited, 129
  • - Standard Pipe Taps, S. E. Allen, 683
  • - What is Wrong with Accountancy ? F. H. A., 343 ; R. Gaudin, 383
  • - Work-hardening of Metals, E. G. Herbert, 279
  • LIFTS, Electric Passenger, H. Marryat, 104
  • Lightships--see Ships

LITERATURE :

  • Reviews :
  • - American Petroleum Refining, H. S. Bell, 314
  • - Architecture, Modern English, Charles Marriott, 365, 417
  • - Chemistry and Metallurgy, andc., Ulick R. Evans : Vol. III., "The Transition of Elements," Vol. IV., "Metals of the B Group," 151
  • - Coal Tar Distillation and the Working-up of Tar Products, A. R. Warnes, 391
  • - Coke and Its Uses, E. W. L. Nicol, 287
  • - Electro-metallurgy, Treatise on, Walter G. McMillan, 46, 99

LITERATURE (continued) :

  • Reviews (continued):
  • - Engineering, Non-ferrous Metals and Alloys, Leslie Aitchison and W. R. Barclay, 150
  • - Hydraulic Principles Governing River and Harbour Construction, Curtis McD. Townsend, 171
  • - Industrial Cost Accounting, Text-book of, P. M. Atkins, 365, 448
  • - Industrial Management, R. H. Lansburgh, 512, 573
  • - Internal Combustion Engine, H. R. Ricardo, Vol. I., Slow-speed Engines, Vol. II., Highspeed Engines, 99
  • - Jane's Fighting Ships, 1923, Dr. O. Parkes and F. E. McMurtrie, 46
  • - Lignite Utilisation Board of Canada, First General Report, 417, 572
  • - Low-temperature Carbonisation, C. H. Lander and R. F. McKay, 417, 691
  • - Low-temperature Carbonisation, S. N. Wellington and W. R. Cooper, 365, 449
  • - Materials and their Application to Engineering Design, E. A. Allcutt and E. Miller, 72
  • - Mechanical Properties of Fluids, C. V. Drysdale and Others, 46, 171
  • - Mechanical Refrigeration, Hal Williams, 691
  • - Mechanical Road Transport, C. G. Conradi, 391
  • - Merchant Service in War : Seaborne Trade, C. Ernest Fayle, Vol. III., 543
  • - Merchant Ship Types, A. C. Hardy, 259, 391
  • - Metallurgy of Steel, F. W. Harbord and J. W. Hall, 73
  • - Modern Gas Producers, 512
  • - Modern Mechanical Engineering, Professor A. H. Gibson and A. E. L. Chorlton, 73, 170
  • - Modern Soap and Detergent Industry, Vol. I., Theory and Practice of Soap Making, Geoffrey Martin, 287, 417
  • - Modern Wood-working Machinery, Stafford Ransome, 482
  • - Pulverised Fuel, Colloidal Fuel, Fuel Economy and Smokeless Combustion, Leonard C. Harvey, 652
  • - Railway Electrification and the Electric Locomotive, Arthur Manson, 482
  • - Silica in Canada, Its Occurrence, Exploitation and Uses, Part I., Eastern Canada, L. Heber Cole, 313
  • - Studies in Tidal Power, Norman Davey, 170
  • - Utilisation of Low-grade and Waste Fuels, W. F. Goodrich, 204
  • Short Notices:
  • - Alignment Charts for Engineers and Students, W. J. Kearton and G. Wood, 417, 573
  • - Blasting with High Explosives, W. G. Boulton, 314
  • - Boiler Chemistry and Feed-water Supplies, J. H. Paul, 287
  • - British Coasters, F. J. N. Wedge and Frank C. Bowen, 287
  • - Civil Engineering Geology, Cyril S. Fox, 73
  • - Colliery Electrical Engineering, C. M. Harvey, 365
  • - Control of the Speed and Power Factor of Induction Motors, Professor Miles Walker, 365
  • - Dictionary of Applied Chemistry, Vol. V., Sir Edward Thorpe, 573, 721
  • - Electrical Energy, Practical Control of, A. G. Collis, 314
  • - Electro-chemistry Related to Engineering, W. R. Cooper, 73
  • - Fuel Economy, C. F. Wade, 125, 314
  • - Industrial Furnaces, Vol. I., W. Trinks, 365
  • - Lathe Users' Handbook, C. M. Linley, 73
  • - Oil-burning Installations, C. C. Pounder, 365
  • - Oil Fuel Burning at Sea and on Land, James S. Gander, 73
  • - Petroleum Technologists' Pocket Book, 287
  • - Practical Moulding, S. J. Parsons, 287
  • - Pulverised and Colloidal Fuel, J. T. Dunn, 73
  • - Railway Amalgamation in Great Britain, W. E. Simnett, 46, 721
  • - Right Start, F. E. Johnson, 46, 287
  • - Technical Writing, T. A. Rickard, 46, 314
  • - Theory and Practice of Mine Ventilation, Thomas Bryson, 391, 573
  • - Wireless for the Amateur, J. Roussel, 73
  • Books Received :
  • - Acoustics of Buildings, andc., F. R. Watson, 125
  • - Annales des Fonts et Chaussees, Partie Ad-ministrative, I., Janvier-Fevrier, Partie Technique, I., Janvier-Fevrier, 512
  • - Annales des Fonts et Chaussees, Partie Technique, 1924, II., Mars-Avril, Partie Administrative, 1924, II., Mars-Avril, 691
  • - Annales des Travaux Publics de Belgique, Tome XXV., 2e Fascicule-Avril, 1924, 691
  • - Atmospheric Corrosion Research Committee of British Non-ferrous Metals Association, First Experimental Report, W. H. J. Vernon, 721
  • - Automatic Telephone Systems, Vol. III., William Aitken, 573
  • - Chamber of Shipping of the United Kingdom, Annual Report, 1923-1924, 391
  • - Chemical Appointments, Official, 391
  • - Chemical Thermodynamics, J. R. Partington, 721
  • - Chemistry of the Rarer Elements, B. Smith Hopkins, 512
  • - Clubs, 1924, E. C. Austen-Leigh, 73, 151
  • - Colliery Managers’ Pocket Book, 1924, 73, 151
  • - Compressor Theory and Practice, andc., Joseph M. Ford, 46
  • - Converting a Business into a Private Company, H. W. Jordan, 365
  • - Democracy and Labour, F. J. C. Hearnshaw, 632
  • - Der Eisenhochbau, C. Kersten, 691
  • - Developments in Power Station Design, Edwin Austin, 46
  • - Drying by Means of Air and Steam, E. Hausbrand, 512
  • - Electrical Measuring Instruments : Design, Construction and Application, Part I., C. V. Drysdale and A. C. Jolley, 417
  • - Electric Supply Share Handbook, Hubert Blake, 125
  • - Electrician, The, Annual Tables of Electricity Undertaldngs, 1924, 632
  • - Electrode Reaction and Equilibria, Faraday Society, 721
  • - Electronic Theory of Valency, 73

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Elementary Applied Mechanics, T. Alexander and A. W. Thompson, 391
  • - Emergency Water Supplies for Military, Agricultural and Colonial Purposes, A. Beeby Thompson, 512
  • - Empire Forestry Journal, Vol. II., No. 2, 151
  • - Engineering Drawing, H. H. Jordan and R. P. Hoelocher, 46
  • - Engineers' Year Book for 1924, H. R. Kempe and W. H. Smith, 391
  • - Exothermic Reaction of Portland Cement Clinker Formation, Dr. G. Martin and W. J. Cooper, 287
  • - Experimental Mechanics, A Course of, H. J. E. Bailey, 259
  • - Factor in India's Progress, George Pilcher, 46
  • - Factory Costing, H. H. Emsley, 691
  • - Ford Electrical Equipment, Book of the, R. T. Nicholson, 259
  • - Foundry Work, W. Roland Needham, 417
  • - Fuel Economy in Steam Plants, Arthur Grounds, 391
  • - Gas Engineer's Compendium, Compiled by Experts, 632
  • - Gemeinfassliche Darstellung des Eisen- huttenwesens, 512
  • - Guide to Rhodesia, 512
  • - Gyroscope, The, Practical Construction and Application, P. Schilovsky, 125
  • - Highway Engineer's Year Book, 1924, H. G. Whyatt, 46
  • - Home Sewage Disposal, W. A. Hardenbergh, 721
  • - Housing Problem and the Way Out, 73
  • - Hutte, Taschenbuch fur Betriebsingenieure, 171
  • - Hydraulics, E. H. Sprague, 151
  • - Hydro-electric Power Stations, D. B. Rushmore and Eric A. Lof, 171
  • - Ice and Cold Storage Trades Directory and Handbook for 1924, 46
  • - Imperial Institute, Monographs on Mineral Resources : Cobalt Ores, Edward Haise, 171
  • - Industrial Sweden, 1923, 171
  • - Institution of Civil Engineers, Minutes of "Proceedings," Vol. CCXV. and CCXVL, 259
  • - Institution of Civil Engineers, Selected Engineering Papers, 259
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Vol. II., 1923, "Proceedings," 391
  • - Institution of Petroleum Technologists, Standard Method of Testing Petroleum and its Products, 721
  • - Institution of Production Engineers, "Proceedings" of the Session, 1922-23, 171
  • - International Air Congress, 1923, Report, 391
  • - International Review of the Science and Practice of Agriculture, 151
  • - Irrigation Engineering, Principles of, with Special Reference to South Africa, F. E. Kanthack, 721
  • - Journal of the Institute of Metals, Vol. XXX., 417
  • - Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute, Vol. CVIIL, 365
  • - Journal of the Municipal College of Technology, Manchester, Vol. XI., 691
  • - Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, Vol. 84, 691
  • - Kent's Mechanical Engineer's Handbook, R. T. Kent, 46
  • - La Telegraphie sans Fil, ses Applications en Temps de Paix et Pendant la Guerre, 171
  • - Lancashire and Cheshire Coal Research Association, Part IV., The Melting Point of Coal Ash, F. S. Sinnatt and Others, 691
  • - Law as to C.I.F. Contracts, H. Goitein, 691
  • - Les Combustibles Liquides et le Probl me du Carburan t Nationale, M. Aubert, 512
  • - London Guide, No. 3, 573
  • - Marine Boiler Management and Construction, C. E. Stromeyer, 125
  • - Marine Engineering Practice, Engineer-Commander F. J. Drover, 73
  • - Marine Steam Engine, R. Sennett, The Late, and Sir Henry J. Oram, 73
  • - Mechanical World Electrical Pocket Book, 1924, 125
  • - Mechanical World Year Book, 1924, 46
  • - Mining, Physics and Chemistry of, T. H. Byrom, 365
  • - Ministry of Public Works, Egypt, Physical Department, Meteorological Report for the Year 1919, 721
  • - Ministry of Public Works, Egypt, Report on Physical Department, to March 31st, 1923, F. E. Hurst, 46, 73 ; Rains of the Nile Basin and the Nile Flood of 1913, H. E. Hurst, 73
  • - Ministry of Public Works, Egypt, Report on Investigations of River Discharge Measurements, Part V., E. B. H. Wade, 721
  • - Modern Power Engineering, Four Vols., A. Regnauld, 721
  • - Modern Theory and Practice of Pumping, Norman Swindin, 512
  • - Moss from a Rolling Stone, E. A. Brayley Hodgetts, 391
  • - Motor and Carriage Painting, A. Bates, 691
  • - Motor Electrical Manual, 259
  • - Moving Pictures : How They are Made and Worked, Frederick A. Talbot, 171
  • - Oil Engines, A. L. Bird, 46
  • - Our Silent Partner : Electricity and its Usage in Modern Life, Alan Sullivan, 171
  • - Papermakers of the United Kingdom, 1924, Directory, 391
  • - Payment by Results, J. E. Powell, 512
  • - Payne's Carriage of Goods by Sea, Roger S. Bacon, 632
  • - Physical Chemistry of the Photographic Process, 73
  • - Plan Copying in Black Lines for Hot Countries, B. J. Hall, 46
  • - Population and the Social Problem, J. Swinburne, 721
  • - Praktisches Maschinenzeichnen mit Ein- fuhrung in die Maschinenlehre, 512
  • - Punjab Irrigation Branch Papers, Sale of Water for Irrigation, andc., 125
  • - Radio Communication, Elements of, E. W. Stone, 259
  • - Railroad Engineering, Elements of, W. G. Raymond, 691
  • - Reports of the Progress of Applied Chemistry, Society of Chemical Industry, Vol. VIII., 1923, 512

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued) :
  • - Resources of the Empire Series, Federation of British Industries, 512
  • - Road Engineering, E. L. Leeming, 512
  • - Royal Automobile Club Year Book, 1924, 512
  • - Saw Mills, Arrangement, Management, andc., A. Powis Bale, 632
  • - Scottish Road Conference, 1924, 391
  • - Seaborne Trade, Vol. III., Period of Unrestricted Submarine Warfare, C. E. Fayle, 391
  • - Small Houses for the Community, C. H. James and F. R. Yerbury, 691
  • - Smoke Inspector's Handbook, H. B. Clinch, 314
  • - South Wales Coal Buyers' Handbook, W. Philips, 287
  • - Specific Heats of Gases, J. R. Partington and W. G. Shilling, 691
  • - Spectroscopy, Vol. I., E. C. C. Baly, 573
  • - "Standard Dimensions" of Indian Railways, Notes on the, G. Richards and J. H. White, 632
  • - Steam Power Engineering, Elementary, Edgar MacNaughton, 46
  • - Story of a Great Schoolmaster, H. G. Wells, 73
  • - Strength of Dished Ends, C. C. Pounder, 512
  • - Structural Engineering, J. Husband and W. Harby, 512
  • - Subject Index to Periodicals, 1920, K, Science and Technology, 171
  • - Sugar Machinery, A. J. Wallis-Tayler, 365
  • - Supervision and Maintenance of Steamraising Plant, Charles A. Suckan, 417
  • - Syndicated Supply of Electricity on the North-East Coast, andc., Andrew Gemmell, 151
  • - Technical Costs and Estimates, Andrew Miller, 721
  • - Terremoto e Fondazione Asismiche, Ing. Mario Viscardini, 259
  • - The Practical Engineer Mechanical Pocketbook and Diary, 1924, and Electrical Pocket-book and Diary, 1924, 125
  • - Theorie Generale sur les Courants Alter- natifs, M. E. Piernet, 365
  • - "Transactions" of Institution of Naval Architects, 1923, 46
  • - Una-flow Steam Engine, Professor J. Stumpf, 287
  • - United States Bureau of Standards, Department of Commerce, Technological Paper No. 248, Exposure Tests on Colourless Waterproofing Materials, D. W. Kessler, 287
  • - United States Department of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, Manual for Oil and Gas Operations, T. E. Swigart and C. E. Beecher, 125 ; Bibliography of Petroleum and Allied Substances, 1921, E. H. Burroughs, 125
  • - United States National Museum, 1923, Report, 391
  • - Wellington (N.Z.) Harbour Board, Statistics to September 30th, 1923, 721
  • - What Industry Owes to Chemical Science, R. B. Pilcher and Frank Butler-Jones, 151
  • - Workmen's Compensation Acts, 1906 to 1923, W. Addington Willis, 417
  • - Year-book of the Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, 573
  • LIVERPOOL Engineering Society, Fiftieth Annual Dinner, 174
  • Lloyd's Register--see Ships
  • Locomotive Boilers, 312
  • Locomotive, Chain-driven, J. and H. McLaren, Limited, 77 ; (Letter), 129
  • Locomotives, Oil, 230
  • Locomotives--see also Railway Locomotives London-Bristol Telephone Cable, 628
  • Lowthian, T. M., and W. Owen, on Super Accuracy in Gear Ratios, 164

M

  • MACHINE TOOLS :
  • - Combined Lathe and Milling Machine, Scott Brothers, 686
  • - Locomotive Crank Axle Lathe, Large, Joshua Buckton and Co., Limited, 456, 457
  • - Machine Tool Trade of America, R. E. Flanders, 601, 607 ; (Letter), 628
  • - Radial Drilling, Tapping and Studding Machine, William Asquith, Limited, 422
  • - Railway Tire Boring Machine, Craven Brothers, Limited, 126 ; (Addendum), 159
  • - Roll Grinding Machine, Churchill Machine Tool Company, Limited, 344
  • MACLAGAN, J. C. M., on the 2000 B.H.P. Sliding Cylinder Marine Oil Engine, 451, 483
  • McLaren Chain-driven Locomotive, 77
  • Main Line Railway--see Railways
  • Making of Engineers, 285, 338
  • Malaya, Engineering Association of, 126
  • Manometer, Electro-magnetic, Harold Martin, 609
  • Marine Engines--see Engines
  • Marseillaise in Industry, 511
  • Marshall, J. S., on Ciment Fondu, 264
  • Marryat, H., on Electric Passenger Lifts, 104 ; (Letter), 146
  • Martel, Major G. Le Q., Progress of Mechanical Engineering in the Military Service, 124
  • Mass Production and Motor Cars, 541
  • Mechanical Engineering in the Military Service, Major G. Le Q. Martel, 124
  • Mensforth, Sir Holsberry, on Works Management as a Career, 181
  • Mercury Vapour Plant, W. L. R. Emmet, 65
  • Metals--Copper, Bronze, Lead, Zinc, &c.--For Papers on, see Institute of Metals
  • Methods of Manufacture, 98
  • Microscope, Projection, New Type, Vickers Limited, 728
  • Mineral Output of South Africa for 1923, 223
  • Mineral Output of South Africa, 713
  • Models at the Horticultural Hall Exhibition :
  • - Howitzer, Admiral Sir R. H. S. Bacon, 40
  • - Lathes, Edgar Manufacturing Company, 40 ; Bench Lathe, Jackson-Rigby Engineering Company, Limited, 40; Drummond Brothers, 40
  • Models at the Horticultural Hall Exhibition (continued):
  • - Exeter Lathe and Screw-cutting Lathe and Drill, Exeter Tools and Machinery, Limited, 41
  • - Planing Machine, Hand, Mr. Henry Milnes, 40, 41
  • Modulus of Elasticity, 45
  • Morley, Thomas B., on Fluid Friction and Heat Transference, 596
  • Morwell Power Scheme, Laying Extra High- tension Cable, 508, 510
  • Moss, Dr. H., on Air Consumption and Brake Horse-power of Internal Combustion Engines, 416
  • Motor Machinery--see Fire Floats
  • Motor Railway Inspection Car, 315
  • Motors, Electrical--see Electrical Matters
  • Moulding Machines at the Foundry Trades Exhibition :
  • - Beardsley-Piper Sand Slinger, Foundry Plant and Machinery, Limited, 726
  • - Core-making Machine, Ritchie, Hart and Co., 727
  • - Duplex Roll-over Machine, Adaptable Moulding Machine Company, 727
  • - Moulding Machines, Electro-hydraulic Jar Type, Roll-over Machine, Bonvillain and Ronceray, 728
  • - Osborn Type Roll-over Jolt Moulding Machine, J. W. Jackman and Co., Limited, 727
  • - Pneumatic Moulding Machine, Britannia Foundry Company, Limited, 727
  • - Sand Mill, Bonvillain and Ronceray, 728
  • - Sand Riddle, Electrically Driven, Cupola, andc., Constructional Engineering Company, Limited, 728
  • Moving a 7500-Ton Office Building, 340

N

  • NEWCOMEN Society :
  • - "A Chain of Pots, Sixth to Seventh Century A.D.," G. F. Zimmer, 183
  • - Chain Pump Dredger Used in the Low Countries, 1560, G. F. Zimmer, 183
  • - Circle of Mechanical Trades, John Evelyn, 1660, MS. at the Royal Society, A. F. Sieve-King, 183
  • - The Rastricks, Civil Engineers, H. W. Dickinson and Arthur Lee, 253 ; (Letter), 683
  • - Tread wheel for Raising Water, near Maidstone, Sixteenth Century, H. A. Sandford, 183
  • - Summer Meeting, 654, 694, 725 ; Excursions, andc., 725
  • - Ancient Blast-furnaces, Cast Iron Rails, Sleepers, andc., at Coalbrookdale, 725
  • - Industrial History of the Coalbrookdale District, Sketch of the, Rhys Jenkins, 694 (Letter), 721
  • NEWINGTON Causeway Subsidence, 490
  • New Zealand, Blast-furnace in, 688, 690
  • Nuremburg Engineósee Engines

O

  • OBITUARY :
  • - Bowden, William A., 223
  • - Brooke, John Walter, 99
  • - Brown, Charles Eugene Lancelot, 543
  • - Deane, Henry, 339
  • - Eiffel, Alexandre Gustave, 24
  • - Francis, Walter J., 339
  • - Froude, Robert Edmund, 339
  • - Hawksley, Kenneth Phipson, 512
  • - Hobson, Arthur John, 68
  • - Ingham, William, 379
  • - Jacob, Francis, 543
  • - Jordan, Dr. Henry K., 24
  • - Jude, Dr. R. H., 656
  • - Llewelyn, Sir Leonard Wilkinson, 682
  • - Macaulay, Alfred William, 51
  • - Maw, Dr. W. H. (Portrait), 313
  • - Peskett, Leonard, 277
  • - Pirrie, Viscount (Portrait), 655
  • - Prouse, Oswald M., 24
  • - Schmidt, Wilhelm, 259
  • - Scott-Moncrieff, Sir George, 656
  • - Spencer, Samuel, 568
  • - Sterne, Louis, 624
  • - Summers, James, 178
  • - Walmsley, Robert Mullineux, 682
  • O'CALLAGHAN, J. P., Water Purification for Industrial Purposes, 233
  • Oil Engines--see Engines
  • Oil Locomotives, 230
  • Oil Shales, South African, 457
  • Old Cromptonians' Dinner, 644
  • Omnibuses, Hydraulic Transmission for, The Lentz, 292 ; (Addendum), 324
  • "Onazote," Hard Rubber, 14
  • Oscilloscope, Elverson, 13
  • Owen, W. H., Tests on a Cylindrical Marine Boiler with and without Pre-heated Air, 209
  • Owens, Dr. J. S., Improvements in Suction Dredgers, 146, 546

P

  • PANAMA, Economic Conditions in, 150
  • Pannell, Ernest V., on High-tension Transmission Lines, 272, 300, 328, 352, 378, 418
  • Parsons' Line, 177 ; (Letters), 197, 235, 261, 343, 360
  • Patent Cases of 1923, 308
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH :
  • - Aeronautics, 83, 644
  • - Batteries and Accumulators, 269, 525, 585
  • - Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 643, 673
  • - Cranes and Conveyors, 162, 733
  • - Dynamos and Motors, 31, 57, 83, 161, 215, 241, 269, 349, 375, 401, 427, 525, 615, 643, 673, 701
  • - Electrical Appliances, 83, 241, 733
  • - Engines, Internal Combustion, 57, 109, 135, 161, 189, 215, 323, 350, 401, 427, 463, 495, 555, 615, 643
  • - Engines, Steam, 297, 615
  • - Furnaces, 32, 525, 586, 674
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH (continued) :
  • - Gas Producers, 190, 269
  • - Lighting and Heating, 349, 464, 495, 585
  • - Locomotives, 84, 585
  • - Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 83, 109, 297, 428, 496, 556, 585, 616
  • - Measuring and Testing Instruments, 32, 58, 110, 216, 270, 323, 349, 376, 402, 428, 463, 556, 616
  • - Metallurgy, 135, 324, 734
  • - Mining Machinery, 324, 463, 702, 734
  • - Miscellaneous, 32, 58, 84, 110, 136, 162, 190, 242, 270, 297, 324, 350, 402, 428, 464, 496, 526, 586, 644, 674, 702, 734
  • - Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 190, 323, 376, 496, 555
  • - Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 31, 135, 216, 270, 297, 350, 376, 401, 555, 586, 674, 702 733
  • - Ships and Boats, 297, 350, 428
  • - Steam Generators, 161, 189, 215, 241, 401, 463, 525, 585, 643, 673, 701
  • - Switchgear, 349, 401
  • - Telegraphs and Telephones, 31, 57, 189, 269, 323, 375, 463, 495, 525, 555, 585, 616, 643, 674, 701
  • - Tramways and Railways, 58, 110, 190, 216, 428, 616, 673
  • - Transformers and Converters, 109, 135, 189, 215, 463, 701
  • - Transmission of Power, 57, 83, 109, 375, 427, 495, 733
  • - Turbine Machinery, 135, 241, 349, 555, 701, 733
  • - Water Purification, 402
  • PATENT Users, Government, 156
  • Patents, United States, of 1923, 537
  • Paterson, A. McCulloch, on Bristol Waterworks, Cheddar Supply, 637
  • Patterson, W. S., on Boiler Efficiency, 178
  • Pavements, Stone Block, in Dayton, Ohio, Ivan E. Houk, 606
  • Payne, M. P., on Rolling Experiments on Ship Models, 409
  • Permeability of Broken Stone Concrete, 720
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 55, 81, 110, 133, 159, 187, 213, 237, 267, 295, 317, 350, 373, 402, 428, 459, 493, 523, 556, 586, 613, 644, 671, 699, 729
  • Petrol and Paraffin Engines--see Engines
  • Pipe Clamps, Emergency, W. H. Willcox and Co., Limited, 261
  • Pipe Joints, Large, 454
  • Pipe Lines of the Moncenisio Hydro-electric Plant, S. L. R. Hollis, 692
  • Pipe Lines for Water Supply--see Water
  • Planer, Bench--see Wood-working ; also Models
  • Planing Machines--see Wood-working
  • Pneumatic Grain Elevators, Professor W. Cramp and A. Priestley, 34, 64, 89, 112
  • Pneumatic Tools, Repair and Upkeep of, R. W. Wilson, 166, 182, 222 ; (Letter), 197
  • Pneumatic Tools, Testing Machines for:
  • - Reavell Machine for Picks, 167
  • - R. W. Wilson Machine for Hammers, 182
  • Polish Engineering Industry, 334
  • Poultney, E. C., Locomotive Boiler Performance, 192, 218
  • Power Stations--see Hydro-electric; also Electrical Matters
  • Practical Hydraulic Engineering Problems, Van Lidth do Jeude, 232, 260, 308, 344
  • Practical Man, The, and Scientific Papers, 364
  • Primrose, J. S. Glen, Machine for Testing of Aeronautical Woods, 127
  • Progress in Prime Movers, 332, 337
  • Projection Microscope, New, Vickers Limited, 728
  • Propellers--see Ships
  • Propelling and Pumping Machinery, Combined, for Fire-floats, Parsons Motor Company, Limited, 232
  • PUMPS :
  • - Cement Slurry Pumps, Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd., 358, 359
  • - Double-inlet Drowned Drainage Pumps, Gwynnes Engineering Company, Limited, 52 ; (Addenda), 103
  • - Dutch Drainage Pumps, Large, 506
  • - Electrically Operated Pumps in Industrial Plants, R. H. Rogers, 458
  • - Irrigation Pumping Machinery (Gezira Scheme), Sudan, R. W. Allen, 542, 549
  • - Rotary Pump, Truslove and Co., 487

Q

  • QUAY Cranes--see Cranes

R

  • RAIL Carósee Railways

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS :

  • General:
  • - Double-bogie Petrol Rail Car for Barbadoes, Drewry Car Company, Limited, 152, 153
  • - Fatal Railway Accident at Euston, 478
  • - Heavy Train Load, Record, in Natal, 52 ; (Addendum), 77
  • - Main-line Railway Electrification, Nos. I., II. and III., Switzerland,Sir Philip Dawson and Professor S. Parker Smith, 633, 653, 684 (Two Two-page Supplements, June 6th, 1924)
  • - Manufacture of Railway Tires, 602
  • - Motor Railway Inspection Car, Clayton Wagons, Limited, 315
  • - Railway Electrification, 71, 364 ; (Letters), 103, 129, 146, 343, 383, 508
  • - Railway Tire-boring Machine, Craven Brothers, Limited, 126 ; (Addendum), 159
  • - Screw-spike Driving Machine, Railway, A. Ransome and Co., 292
  • - Strikes--see Labour
  • - Train Ferries, 221
  • - Wireless Telegraphy on Trains, 262
  • - Working of Single-lines of Railway, 568
  • British, Colonial, and Indian :
  • - Camden Town Extension, London Electric Railways, 288, 442
  • - India, Railways of, 286 ; (Paragraph), 361
  • - Kowloon-Canton Railway, 318

RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS (continued) :

  • British, Colonial and Indian (continued):
  • - London and North-Eastern Railway, Leeds to King's Cross, Non-stop, 198
  • - London Underground Railway Rolling Stock Repair Works at Acton, 172, 173, 176; (Correction), 221
  • - Mornington-crescent Tube _Station, New Junctions at, 200
  • - Purchases for Indian Railways, 236
  • Foreign:
  • - Chile, Proposed New Railway in, 369
  • - Summer Services of the French Railways, J. T. Burton-Alexander, 720
  • - Swiss Main-line Railway Electrification, Sir P. Dawson and Professor S. P. Smith, 633, 653, 684 (Two Two-page Supplements, June 6th, 1924)
  • - Winter Train Services in France, 63

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES :

  • - See also Annual Articles
  • General Matters:
  • - Chain-driven Locomotive, J. and H. McLaren, Limited, 77 ; (Letter), 129
  • - Control of Locomotive Running, 415
  • - Geared Steam Turbine Condensing Locomotive, North British Locomotive Company, Limited, 436, 446
  • - German Locomotives for India, 177; (Letters), 197, 235
  • - Locomotive Boiler Performance, E. C. Poultney, 192, 218
  • - Locomotive Boilers, 312
  • - Locomotive Repair--see Works
  • - Longer Locomotive Runs, 481
  • - Oil Locomotives, 230
  • - Single-phase Electric Locomotives, 2-C-1, Brown, Boveri and Co., 362, 369
  • - Single-phase Electric Locomotives, Swiss Federal Railways, 305, 310 ; (Letter), 343 (Two-page Supplement, March 21st, 1924)
  • - Tank Locomotives, 602
  • - Tube Railway Tunnelling, D. Anderson, 342
  • - Turbine Locomotives, 123
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - East Indian Railway Eight-coupled Shunting Tank Engine, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Limited, 422
  • - Great Western Locomotive for the Vale of Rheidol Railway, 210
  • - London, Midland and Scottish Railway 4-6-4 "Baltic" Tank Engines, 454
  • - London, Midland and Scottish Railway Four- Cylinder Superheater Engine, 7
  • - London, Midland and Scottish Railway Six- coupled Engine, North British Locomotive Company, 7
  • - London and North-Eastern Booster Locomotive, 156
  • - North-Western Railway of India, Eight- coupled Goods Engine, Vulcan Foundry, Limited, 184
  • Foreign:
  • - American Electric Locomotives, 130
  • - American Locomotive Practice, 720
  • - American Three-cylinder Locomotives, 291
  • - American Three - cylinder Locomotives, Lehigh Valley Railroad Company, 666
  • - Swiss Railways, Electric Locomotive Types, 634, 635, 654 (Two-page Supplement, June 6th, 1924)
  • RAND Mines Gold Output, 507
  • Rand Mines, Increasing Efficiency in the, 490
  • Ransome, Stafford, on Wood-working Machinery at Olympia, 412
  • Rastricks, The--see Newcomen Society
  • Read, Sir Alfred, on Sea-borne Coastal Trade, 407, 408
  • Refrigeration, International Congress of, 685
  • Refuse Salvage--see Works
  • Resaca of Rio de Janeiro, Reginald Ryves, 380, 388
  • Reversing Drive for Planing Machines, Newton Brothers, Limited, 101
  • Ridsdale, C. H., Chemical Specifications for Iron and Steel, 312
  • River, Experimental, Ransomes and Rapier, Limited, 452
  • Road. Conference, Scottish, 78
  • Roll-grinding Machine--see Machine Tools
  • Rolling Experiments--see Ships
  • Rolling Stock Repair Works--see Works
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show, Leicester, 714
  • Ryves, Reginald, on the Resaca of Rio de Janeiro, 380, 388

S

  • SAFETY Hand Wheels for Valves, T. F. Gray, 77
  • Sandford, H. A., on Treadwheel for Raising Water near Maidstone, Sixteenth Century, 183
  • Saving of Weight, 482
  • Saw, Circular--see Wood-working
  • Schneider Variable Speed Gear, 262
  • Scottish Road Conference, 78
  • Sea-borne Coastal Trade, Sir Alfred Read, 407, 408
  • Sea Transport--see Ships
  • Sentinel Works--see Works
  • Sewage Distributors, Power-driven, at Leeds, Hartley, Sons and Co., 206

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :

  • - See also Annual Articles
  • General:
  • - Drift of Ships Caused by Rolling, Professor K. Suyehiro, 409
  • - Duct Keel, 19
  • - Effect of Wind and Waves on the Propulsion of Ships, J. L. Kent, 475
  • - Five-bladed Propeller, 19
  • - Future of Sea Transport, Archibald Hurd, 407
  • - International Shipping Conference, 548, 579
  • - Lightships, Wireless Communication with, 118

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued):

  • General (continued):
  • - Lloyd's Register, Annual Summary, 103
  • - Lloyd's Register, Quarterly Shipbuilding Returns, 77, 383
  • - Marine Engines--see Engines
  • - Marine and Small Craft Exhibition, Yachts and Motor Craft, 316
  • - Proposed Soft-ended Ship, Mr. Spanner, 712
  • - Rolling Experiments on Ship Models, M. P. Payne, 409
  • - Sea-borne Coastal Trade, Sir Alfred Read, 407, 408
  • - Ship Design, Sir John Biles, 711
  • - Shipping Industry, Sir Norman Hill's Speech, 232
  • - Ship-repairing--see Works
  • - Steam Turbine for Auxiliary Machinery, Application of, Richard W. Allen, 450, 455
  • - Torsion of Ships, G. Vedeler, 475
  • - Turbines of the ss. Mauretania, Reconditioning, 410
  • - Turbines--see also Turbines
  • - Vibration of Ships, H. W. Nicholls, 475
  • British Navy:
  • - Cruiser Programme, 228
  • - H.M. Aeroplane Carrier Hermes, 2, 3
  • - H.M. Submarine K26, 2, 4
  • Naval Matters:
  • - Advanced Naval Bases, Mr. S. S. Staples and Captain D. J. Munro, 712
  • - American Naval Policy, 631
  • - Empire Naval Defence, 390
  • - Navy Estimates, 311
  • - Warship Design, Admiral Sir Doveton Sturdee, 381
  • Foreign Navies :
  • - United States Battleship Colorado, 3, 16, 90, 96 ; (Correction), 120
  • - United States Scout Cruiser Detroit, 3, 16
  • Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • - Aorangi, Quadruple-screw Mail and Passenger Ship, Engines of, 317
  • - Atlantic Transport Liner Minnetonka, Harland and Wolff, Limited, 480, 485
  • - Berwindmoor, Steam Collier, Workman, Clark and Co., Limited, 18, 19 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Cuba, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, 19 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Doric, White Star Liner, Harland and Wolff, 18 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Homeric, Reconditioning, Harland and Wolff, Limited, 200
  • - Medon, Ocean Steamship Company's Motor Ship, 9 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Mooltan, P. and O. Liner, Harland and Wolff, 18 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Motor Passenger Liner Aorangi, Two 3250 B.H.P. Fairfield-Sulzer Engines, for, 317, 694
  • - Motor Ship Dolius, 627
  • - Motor Ship Pacific Shipper, Furness, Withy and Co., Limited, 342
  • - Orient Liner, A New, 488
  • - Orient Liner Orama, Vickers Limited, 567 (Two-page Supplement, May 23rd, 1924)
  • - Scott-Still Motor Ship Dolius, 384, 385, 627
  • - Twin-screw Motor Yacht Sea King, 246, 256 ; (Addendum), 317 (Two-page Supplement, March 7th, 1924.)
  • - Veedam, Holland America Liner, 18 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • - Voltaire, Lamport and Holt Liner, 18 (Supplement, January 4th, 1924)
  • SHOWS--see Exhibitions
  • Sieve-King, A. F., on MS. by John Evelyn, 1660, Circle of Mechanical Trades, 183
  • Sixty Years Ago, 26, 51, 73, 99, 120, 145, 183, 200, 226, 260, 279, 304, 342, 368, 395, 421, 449, 488, 507, 548, 568, 608, 632, 661, 683, 716; (Letter), 129
  • Sluice Gates of the Lake Mentz Dam, Glenfield and Kennedy, Limited, 117
  • Smith, Dempster and Israel Hey, on Hardness and Cutting Trials of a Tool Steel, 356, 363, 366
  • Smith, Engineer-Captain Edgar C., on the Centenary of John Elder, 1824-1869, 273
  • Societies--see Associations
  • South Africa, Engineering in, 395
  • South Africa, Mineral Output of, 713
  • South African Diamond Fields, 261
  • South African Oil Shales, 457
  • Southern Africa's First Big Hydro-electric Scheme, 316
  • Southampton, Floating Dry Dock for, 198 (Two-page Supplement, February 22nd, 1924)
  • Spanner, Self-adjusting Ring, Harwol Specialties Company, 454
  • Spike-driving--see Railways
  • Stairway, Folding Loft, C. A. O. Berner, 318
  • Stamping, Multiple-die, Drop Hammer for, Brett's Patent Lifter Company, Limited, 154
  • Staples, Mr. S. S., and Captain D. J. Munro, Advanced Naval Bases, 712
  • Steam, Flow of, Through Nozzles, and Experimental Apparatus, 571, 574
  • Steam Turbine--see Turbines
  • Steam Wagon--see Wagon
  • Steel--see Iron and Steel
  • Stone Block Pavements in Dayton, Ohio, Ivan E. Houk, 606
  • Stress Recorder, Cambridge Scientific Instrument Company, 12
  • Strikes, Wages, andc.--see Labour
  • Sturdee, Admiral Sir Doveton, on Warship Design, 381
  • Subsidence, Newington Causeway, 490
  • Suction Dredgers, Improvements in, Dr. John S. Owens, 146, 546
  • Super-accuracy in Gear Ratios, T. M. Lowthian and W. Owen, 164
  • Superheater, New Detachable Tube, Thos. Sugden, 667
  • Surface Condenser--see Condenser
  • Suyehiro, Professor K., on Drift of Ships Caused by Rolling, 409
  • Swinton, A. A. Campbell, F.R.S., on Television, 385
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 200, 253

T

  • TABULATING Machine, New Type, British Tabulating Machine Company, Limited, 274
  • Tamping and Concrete Breaking Machine, B. Johnson and Son, 236
  • Tank Locomotives--see Railway Locomotives
  • Taylor, F. M. Du Plat, Design of Quay Cranes, 598
  • Telegraphy and Telephony, Wireless--see Wireless
  • Telemeter, Electrical, 579
  • Telephone Cable, London-Bristol, 628
  • Television, A. A. Campbell Swinton on, 385
  • Testing Aeronautical Woods, J. S. Glen Primrose, 127
  • Thermal Action of Cutting Tools, 356, 363, 366
  • Thermal Efficiency--see Engines
  • Thermionic Valve--see also Electrical Matters
  • Thermionic Valve Exhausting Pump, 13
  • Thermodynamics and Practice, 389, 394
  • Thoresen, Hallgrim, Turbines at the Raanaasfoss Power Station, Norway, 60, 86 (Supplement, January 13th, 1924)
  • Tidal Power Barrages in Sand Bottom Estuaries, Henry Davey, 276
  • Tires, Railway--see Railways
  • Tool Steel--see Hardness
  • Train Ferries, 221
  • Train Ferry, Harwich-Zeebrugge, 476 477
  • Trains--see Railways
  • Transmission Lines, High-tension, Ernest V. Pannell, 272, 300, 328, 352, 372, 418
  • Transporter Bridges at Waalhaven, Rotterdam, Brown Hoisting Machinery Company, 722, 723 ; Deutsche Maschinefabrik Duisberg "Demag," 723, 724
  • Transporters, Temperley, for Coal-handling at East Greenwich Power Station, 715, 718
  • Tread wheel for Raising Water, near Maidstone, Sixteenth Century, H. A. Sandford, 183
  • Tube Mills--see Chalk Crushing
  • Turbine Locomotives, 123
  • Turbine, Steam, for Auxiliary Machinery, Application of, Richard Allen, 450, 455
  • Turbines, Gas, Hugh Campbell, 129
  • Turbines, High-pressure, Brown Bover' and Co., 48 9
  • Turbines, Single-reduction, Geared, for Orient Liner, Orama, Vickers Limited, 567 (Two- page Supplement, May 23rd, 1924)
  • Turbines of the ss. Mauretania, Reconditioning, 410
  • Turbines at Raanaasfoss Power Station, Norway, Hallgrim Thoresen, 60, 86 (Supplement, January 18th, 1924)
  • Turner, Professor Thomas, on Metallurgical Research, 276

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT--see Labour
  • United States Patents of 1923, 537
  • University of London, Lectures in Engineering, Practical Hydraulic Engineering Problems, O. C. A. Van Lidth de Jeude, 232, 260, 308, 344

V

  • VAAL RIVER Sluices, Model at Wembley, Glenfield and Kennedy, Limited, 357
  • Valves, Safety Hand Wheels for, T. F. Gray, 77
  • Van Lidth de Jeude, O. C. A., Lectures on Practical Hydraulic Engineering Problems, 232, 260, 308, 344
  • Variable Speed Gear, The Schneider, 262
  • Venice, New Harbour of, 205

W

  • WAGON, 6-7-Ton Steam, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Limited, 714
  • Warming, Ventilating and Hot Water Service Plant at an Asylum, 725
  • Water, Condensing, Treatment of, H. W. Coulson, 233
  • Water Power Resources of Canada, 439
  • Water Purification, General Methods of, for Industrial Purposes, B. Heastie, 225, 233
  • Water Purification for Industrial Purposes, J. P. O'Callaghan, 233
  • Water Softening by Means of Doucil, T. P. Hilditch and H. J. Wheaton, 234
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • - See also Annual Articles
  • - Bombay Water Supply, Tansa Completion Works, 11 ; (Letter), 68
  • - Bristol Waterworks, Cheddar Supply, A. McCulloch Paterson, 637
  • - Metropolitan Water Board, 47
  • - Tansa Completion Works, Pipe Lines for, 302
  • - Water Main with Flexible Joints, Victaulic Company, Limited, 184
  • WATERLOO Bridge, Report, 382
  • Water-tube Boilers, L. M. Jockel, 444
  • Wells, G. J., on Thermal Efficiency of Internal Combustion Engines, 365, 389, 394
  • Wheels, Safety Hand, T. F. Gray, 77
  • Whither ? (Leader) 660
  • Wilson, R. W., on Repair and Upkeep of Pneumatic Tools, 116, 182, 222 ; (Letter), 197
  • Wind-driven Electrical and Other Installations, E. Lancaster Burne, 318
  • Wire Rope Making in South Africa, 174
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY:
  • - Imperial Wireless Telegraphy, 285
  • - Telegraph Recorder, High-speed, Marconi- McLachlan, 13
  • - Wireless Communication with Lightships, 117
  • - Wireless Products, Elverson Oscilloscope, 13
  • - Wireless Telegraphy on Trains, 262
  • WOMEN'S Engineering Society, Second International Conference, Programme, 291
  • Woods, Aeronautical--see Aeronautics
  • WOOD-WORKING MACHINES :
  • - See also Models
  • - Planing Machines, Reversing Drive for, Newton Brothers, Limited, 101 ; (Letters), 129, 235
  • - Wood-working Machinery at Olympia, Stafford Ransome, 412
  • - Wood-working Tools, Electrically-driven, Bench Planer and Circular Saw, Hollis Woodworking Engineering Company, Limited, 26
  • WOOLLEN Mill, Heavy Oil Engine in, Keighley Gas and Oil Engine Company, 264
  • Work-hardening of Metals and the Herbert Tester, 248, 257 ; (Letter), 279
  • Work-hardening of Metals, Influence of Temperature on, E. G. Herbert, 356, 363
  • Workmen's Compensation Act, 1923, 41
  • WORKS :
  • - Acton Works of London Underground Railways, 172, 173, 176 ; (Correction), 221
  • WORKS (continued) :
  • - Humber Portland Cement Works, 326, 336, 358, 392 (Two-page Supplement, April 4th, 1924)
  • - Locomotive Boiler Reconditioning Shop, Alsace-Lorraine Railway, J. T. Burton- Alexander, 404, 405, 414
  • - Refuse Salvage Works at Birmingham, 419
  • - Sentinel Steam Waggon Works, 280, 284
  • - Ship-repairing Yard and Dry Dock at Swansea, Palmers (Swansea) Dry Dock Company, Limited, 540, 544, 576, 577
  • WORLD Power Conference, 126
  • Wright, I. H., on Recent Progress in Gear cutting, 99

Z

  • ZIMMER, G. F., on Chain of Pots, Sixth to Seventh Century A.D., and on Chain Pump Dredger Used in the Low Countries, 1560, 183

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