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The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
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The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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A

  • ABERDEEN--see Water Supply
  • Abrasion, Surface, and Corrosion, Ulick R. Evans, 294
  • Adjustable Parabolic Curve, W. H. Harling, 580
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • - See also Annual Articles
  • - Aero-engines;ósee Engines
  • Aircraft:
  • - All-metal Flying Boat, Rohrbach Metal Aeroplan Company, 350, 354
  • - Beardmore Wee Bee I. Monoplane, 19 {Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Blackburn 1000 H.P. Torpedoplane "Cubaroo," 20, 21
  • - Gloucestershire "Gannet" Light Biplane, 19 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Handley Page Triple-engines Commercial Biplane "Hamilton," 21 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Hawker Cygnet II. Biplane, 21 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Parnall Pixie III. Monoplane, 21 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - United States and Rigid Airships, 455
  • - Vickers "Vulture" Amphibian Biplane, 21
  • - Westland Widgeon Monoplane and Westland Wood Pigeon Biplane, 21 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - AIRCRAFT Apprentices, Vacancies for, 224
  • - Air Ministry's Competition, 19, 224 Royal Air Force Cadetships, 405
  • AHRONS, E. L., The British Steam Railway Locomotive from 1825-1924, 2, 34, 66, 94, 124, 150, 178, 206, 232, 258, 288, 316, 344, 370, 398, 424, 452, 478, 506, 534, 562, 590, 616, 642, 670, 698 ; (Letters), 155, 240, 278, 468, 516, 704
  • Air Compressing Plant, Electric-driven, Automatic, Hamworthy Engineering Company, Ltd., 170
  • Aitchison, O. L., and L. W. Johnson, Grain and the Fatigue Strength of Steels, 540
  • Allcut, Professor E. A., Tests on a Two-stroke Cycle Oil Engine, 593
  • All-shining Plant at a South African Mine, 595
  • Alternators--see Electrical Matters
  • Ambulance Reconditioning Works of the Metropolitan Asylums Board, 208, 216
  • Analogies, 271
  • Angus, H. T., and P. F. Summers, The Effect of Grain Size upon Hardness, andc., 294
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES :
  • - AERONAUTICS IN 1924, 18 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - For Names of Machines--see Aeronautics Airships, 22
  • - Light Aeroplanes, 19 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - Some Civil and Military Machines, 20, 21 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued) :
  • - ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1924, 25, 38 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Automatic Sub-stations, 39 {Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Colliery Plant, 39
  • -- Converting Plant, 40
  • -- Electric Motors, 41
  • -- Electric Traction, 40
  • -- Hydro-electric Plant, 40
  • -- Power Station Plant, 38
  • -- Rolling Mill Plant, 39
  • -- Switchgear, 41
  • -- Transformers, 41
  • -- Transverter, 2000-K.W., W. E. Highfield, 26 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Wireless Communications, 26 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - GAS ENGINEERING IN 1924, 96
  • -- Coke and Other Residuals, 97
  • -- Production of Smokeless Fuels, 96
  • -- Trend of Carbonisation, 96
  • -- Wembley and the World Power Conference. 97
  • - HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS, 1924, 37
  • -- British Ports, 37
  • - United Kingdom, 37
  • -- Bristol Channel and South Wales Ports, 37 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- British Inland Waterways, 37 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal, 37
  • -- North-East Coast and Humber Ports, 37
  • -- Other Ports, 37
  • -- Port of London, 37
  • -- Scotland, 37
  • -- Southampton, 37 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • - European Ports, 37
  • -- Antwerp, 38
  • -- France, 38
  • -- Italy, 37
  • - Continental Waterways, 38
  • -- Africa, 38
  • -- North and South America, 38
  • -- Canada, 38
  • -- United States, 38
  • -- South America, 38
  • - Australia and the East, 38
  • -- Australia, 38
  • -- India and Ceylon, 38
  • -- Far East, 38
  • - LOCOMOTIVES OF 1924, 9 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- See also Locomotives, Subjects Index
  • -- Exceptional Locomotives, 9 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Great Western Railway, 11 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 10 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- London and North-Eastern Railway, 11
  • -- Makers' Locomotives, 11
  • -- Normal Locomotives, 10
  • -- Southern Railway, 11
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):--
  • - MOTOR SHIPS AND MARINE OIL ENGINES IN 1924, 4 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Auxiliary Machinery, 7
  • -- Diesel Engine Research and Testing Work, 7
  • -- Double-acting Engines, 7 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Four-stroke Single-acting Engines, 4
  • -- Beardmore-Tosi Type, 6
  • -- Harland and Wolff-Burmeister and Wain Type, 4
  • -- North-Eastern-Werkspoor Type, 6
  • -- Vickers Solid Injection Type, 6
  • -- Opposed Piston Engines, 6 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Camellaird-Fullagar Type, 6 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Doxford Engine, 6
  • -- Scott-Still Type, 7 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Progress in America and on the Continent. 7
  • -- Small Motor Craft, 7
  • -- Two-cycle Single-acting Engine, 6, 16, 23
  • -- Neptune Type, 6
  • -- Nobel Type, 6
  • -- Sulzer Type, 6, 16, 23
  • -- Conclusion, 8
  • - NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1924, 8
  • -- British Empire, 8
  • -- France, 9
  • -- Italy, 9
  • -- Japan, 9
  • -- Minor Navies, 9
  • -- Netherlands, 9
  • -- Spain, 9
  • -- United States, 8
  • - RAILWAYS IN 1924, 56
  • -- Accidents, 57 ; (Paragraph), 77
  • -- General, 57
  • -- Great Western, 56
  • -- Ireland, 57
  • -- London, Midland and Scottish, 56
  • -- London and North-Eastern 56
  • -- Metropolitan and Great Central Joint, 56
  • -- Signalling, 57
  • -- Southern, 56 ; (Paragraph), 77
  • -- Underground, 57
  • - SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1924, 25, 41
  • -- Folkestone's New Outfall Works, 41
  • -- Leeds, 25
  • -- Lincoln, New Sewage Pumping Station at, 25
  • -- London Main Drainage, 25
  • -- Eltham Sewer, 25
  • -- Hammersmith Pumping Station, 25
  • -- Lewisham Branch Sewer, 25
  • -- North-Eastern Storm Relief Sewer, 25
  • -- Sludge Steamers, 25
  • -- South-Western Storm Relief Sewer, 25
  • -- Streatham-hill Sewer, 25
  • -- Manchester Main Drainage Scheme, 25
  • -- Newark, New Disposal Works at, 25
  • -- Other Works under Construction or in Contemplation, 41
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):
  • - SANITARY ENGINEERING TN 1924 (continued):
  • -- Sewage Treatment by Agitation and Aeration, 42
  • -- Activated Sludge or ì Diffused Air î Process, 42
  • -- "Bio-aeration" Process, 42
  • -- "Simplex" Surface Aeration Process, 42
  • -- Works at Glasgow, 42
  • -- Works at Manchester, 42
  • -- Two Thames-side Sewage Works, 25 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Walshaw System of Disposal, 42
  • - STEAMSHIPS OF 1924, 22 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Dredgers, Harbour and River Boats, 23
  • -- Flettner Developments, 23 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Higher Steam Pressures, 23
  • -- Railway Boats and Cross-Channel Steamers, 23
  • -- Reconditioning and Repairing, 23
  • -- Salvage Work and Shipbreaking, 23 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Some Liners of the Year, 22 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Steel of Controlled Elastic Limit for Shipbuilding, 23
  • - WATER SUPPLY IN 1924, 68, 100
  • -- Belfast Supply, The Silent Valley Reservoir, 69
  • -- Cardiff, 69
  • -- Llwynon Reservoir, 69
  • -- Roughing Filters, 69
  • -- Taff Fawr Conduit, Second Pipe Line, 69
  • -- Wen all t Reservoir, 69
  • -- France, 102
  • -- Glendevon Waterworks, 69
  • -- Guernsey's New Supply, 100
  • -- High Head Pumping Plant at Simla, 101
  • -- Hong Kong, 101
  • -- Indian Coalfield, Water Supply in, 101
  • -- Liverpool 68
  • -- Oswestry, New Filters at, 68
  • -- Trunk Main, New, Prescot, Liverpool, 68
  • -- Manchester Water Supply, 69
  • -- Thirlmere, 69
  • -- Thirlmere Aqueduct, 69
  • -- Heaton Park Reservoir, 69
  • -- Metropolitan Water Board, 68
  • -- General, 68
  • -- Intercommunication Works Between the Southern and Northern Districts, 68
  • -- Kent District, Works for Improvement of Supply, 68
  • -- Littleton Reservoir and the Supply Therefrom, 68
  • -- River Supply South of the Thames, Works for Improvement, 68
  • -- Perth, New Scheme for, 100
  • -- Repairing a Damaged Reservoir, 100 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • -- Ryburn Scheme of the Wakefield Corporation, 100
  • -- Sennar Dam on the Blue Nile, 101 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925)
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):
  • - WATER SUPPLY IN 1924 (continued):
  • -- Singapore, 101
  • -- Works Abroad, Other, 102
  • -- Works under Construction or in Contemplation, 101
  • ANTI-FRICTION Bearing Applications for Heavy Duty, J. B. Dahlerus, 181, 197. 237 243 ; (Letter), 295
  • Anti-malarial Campaign, How to Conduct, Professor Emile Brumpt, 598
  • Apexior--see Heat Transmission
  • Apprenticeship, 601
  • Apprenticeship in the Royal Ordnance Factories, G. W. Tripp, 372
  • Archbutt, S. L., Aluminium Alloy Castings, Improving the Properties of, 294

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES

  • Association, British Acetylene and Welding:
  • - Scientific Aspects of Welding, Professor C. R. Darling, 113
  • Association, British Waterworks :
  • - Annual General Meeting, 634, 718
  • - Programme, 634
  • Association, Diesel Engine Users' :
  • - Pyrometry of Exhaust Temperatures of Internal Combustion Engines, Chas. E. Foster, 598
  • - Recent Oil Engine Developments, J. L. Chaloner, 456
  • - Submarine Engines and High-speed Heavy Oil Engine Electric Generating Sets, P. A. Holliday, 219
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • - Annual Dinner, 188
  • - Internal Combustion Turbine, Dr. T. B. Morley, 278
  • - Pulverised Coal, R. Jackson, 97
  • - Visit to Carborundum Company's Works. 598
  • Association of Technical Institutions :
  • - Annual Meeting, 302
  • - Technical Education, Local Colleges, Decline of Apprenticeship System, 302
  • Institute, Indian, of Engineers :
  • - Annual General Meeting, 352
  • Institute, Iron and Steel :
  • - Annual Meeting, 411, 538, 566
  • -- Annual Dinner, 411, 541
  • -- Programme, 411
  • -- Report, 539
  • - Carnegie Research Scholarship A wards, 566
  • - Detection of Strain in Mild Steels, T. H. Turner, and J. D. Jevons, 540
  • - Diamond Pyramid for Hardness Testing, R. L. Smith and G. E. Sandland, 566
  • - Economics of the Heavy Iron and Steel Industry, Presidential Address, Sir Frederick Mills, 524
  • - "Flakes" or "Hair Cracks" in Chromium Steel, A. Hultgren, 539
  • - Gases and Formation of Blow-holes, A. G. Lobley and C. L. Betts, 540
  • - Grain and the Fatigue Strength of Steels, O. L. Aitchison and L. W. Johnson, 540
  • - Martensite and Troostite, T. H. Whiteley, 567
  • - Nitrogen and Temper Brittleness, W. T. Griffiths, 566
  • - "Peeling" in White-Heart Malleable,- D. H. Ingall and H. Field, 566
  • - Progress in British Rolling Mill Practice, T. W. Hand, 539
  • - Quenched Carbon Steels, B. D. Enlund, 567
  • - Stain Detection in Mild Steel by Special Etching, J. D. Jevons, 540
  • - Temper Brittleness of Steel, R. H. Greaves and J. A. Jones, 566
  • - Joint Meeting with Faraday Society, 648
  • -- Chemistry of Steel Making, 648
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • - Presidential Address, Sir Westcott Abel, 191
  • Institute of Metals :
  • - Annual General Meeting, 223, 294, 324 ; Programme, 223
  • - Annual Dinner, 294
  • - Abrasion of Metals, Experiments, andc., Professors, K. Honda and R. Yamada, 326
  • - Aluminium Alloy Castings, Improving the Properties of, S. L. Archbutt, 294
  • - Aluminium-Zinc System, Professor Tomimatu Isihara, 325
  • - Brittle Ranges of Brass, Dr. Denis Bunting, 324
  • - Commercial Copper Rod, Comparative Tests, andc., T. G. Bamford, 324
  • - Copper-Zinc System, G. L. Bailey and R. Genders, 325
  • - Density of Rhodium, Sir Thomas Kirke Rose, 325
  • - Effect of Grain Size upon Hardness and Annealing Temperature, H. T. Angus and P. F. Summers, 294
  • - Electrical Resistivity of Copper, A. L. Norbury, 325
  • - Industrial Brasses, G. L. Bailey and R. Genders, 325
  • - Motion of Electricity in Metals, Annual Lecture, Professor H. A. Lorentz, 512
  • - Removal of Red Stains from Brass, E. A.Bolton, 325
  • - Surface Abrasion and Corrison, Ulick R. Evans, 294
  • Institute of Transport:
  • - Annual Congress, 541
  • - List of Papers and Programme, 541
  • - Modern Dock Equipment, H. J. Deane, 571
  • Institution of Chemical Engineers :
  • - Internal Combustion Boiler, Oscar Brunler, 184
  • - Supersaturation, Professor A. L. Mellanby, 543

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • - Conversazione, 684
  • -- Lectures, "Progress of Steam Locomotive during the last Century," Sir H. Fowler ; "Air Transport," Sir W. Sefton Brancker ; "Reminiscences of Mount Everest Expedition, 1924," N. E. Odell, 684
  • -- Metering Steam, Kent-Hodgson Turbine Steam Meter, 684
  • -- Exhibits, Rotary Air Compressors, Reavell Rolling Drum ; Small, for Hospitals and Laboratories, Mr. Quertier, 684 ; Cement Spraying Apparatus and Stucco Gun, Professor S. M. Dixon, 684 ; Prints and Photographs of Early Locomotives and Trains, Models, andc., 685
  • -- Effect of Camber on Wood-paved Roads, James Garvie, 570
  • -- Heat Engine Trials Committee, Joint Meetings, 357, 520
  • -- Heavy Oil Engines, Large Engines of the Self-ignition Type, James Forrest Lecture, by Captain H. Riall-Sankey, 508
  • -- October Examinations, 1924, Pass List, 114
  • Birmingham and District Association :
  • - London Water Supply, Some Features of H. E. Stilgoe, 159
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • - Design of Electrical Plant Control Gear, andc., H. W. Clothier, 268
  • - Electric Forces and Quanta, Kelvin Lecture, J. H. Jeans, 181
  • - Electricity in Mines, Major E. Ivor David, 244, 248
  • - Roll of Honour, 1914-1919 ,456
  • - Summer Meeting, 380, 660, 677
  • -- Programme, 380
  • -- Visit to Birmingham Corporation's Power Station at Nechells, 654, 660
  • -- Visits to Witton Factory, General Electric Company, 677 ; Austin Motor Co.'s Works, Longbridge, 678 ; Longbridge Arc Rectifier Sub-station, 678 ; Overhead Distribution System, Catshill, 679 ; Stourport Power Station, 679 ; British Thomson-Houston Co.'s Works, 680
  • - Three-wire Direct-current Distribution Networks, H. W. Taylor, 75
  • - Wireless Telegraphy and Signalling Bill, 349 WESTERN CENTRE
  • - Summer Meeting at Dursley, Gloucestershire, 634
  • - WIRELESS SECTION :
  • -- Current Transformer Methods of Producing Small Known Voltages, andc., D. W. Dye, 295
  • -- High-frequency Resistance Measurement, New Method, Professor E. Mallet and Mr. A. D. Blumlein, 69
  • -- Measurement of Frequency and Allied Quantities, andc., Colonel K. E. Edgeworth and G. W. N. Cobbold, 295
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :
  • - Four-cycle Marine Oil Engine, H. H. Blache, 246, 247
  • Institution of Gas Engineers :
  • - Annual Meeting, 414; Provisional Programme, 414
  • - Presidential Address, Excerpts from, J. Ferguson Bell, 656
  • Institution of Heating and Ventilating Engineers:
  • - Hot Water Supply Installations for Hospitals, H. G. Cathcart, 714
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • - High-pressure Cables, Major A. M. Taylor, 115; (Letter), 140
  • - Inverted Tooth-chain Drives, J. M. Seddon, 280
  • - Irrigation Engineering in Burma, A. P. Morris, 380
  • - Milestones in the Development of the Prime Mover Locomotive, Honorary Member's Lecture, Loughnan Pendred, 223
  • - Power Plant Records, R. H. Parsons, 140
  • - Presidential Address, Dr. Alexander Russell, 76
  • Institution of Locomotive Engineers :
  • - Annual Dinner, 244
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • - Annual General Meeting, 236 ; Election of Council, 236 ; Annual Report, 236
  • - Anti-friction Bearing Applications for Heavy Duty, J. B. Dahlerus, 181, 197, 237
  • - Cutting Tools Research Committee Reports :
  • -- Action of Cutting Tools, Professor E. G. Coker, 318
  • -- Flow and Rupture during Cutting, Dr. W. Rosenhain and Mr. A. C. Sturney, 126
  • -- Forces on a Cutting Tool, Dr. T. E. Stanton and Mr. J. H. Hyde, 126
  • -- Lathe Tools, Experiments with, andc., Dempster Smith and Arthur Leigh, 318
  • - Examinations, April, 1925, 691
  • - Hardness Tests Research, Adhesion between Tool and Material, G. A. Hankins, 483
  • - Hardness Tests, Scratch, G. A. Shires, 483
  • - Steam Nozzles Research Committee's Report, 536
  • - Summer Meeting, 295 ; Provisional Programme, 295
  • - Tests on a Two-stroke Cycle Oil Engine, Professor E. A. Allcut, 593
  • - Joint Meeting with Institution of Naval Architects, Report of Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee, 346
  • - GRADUATE SECTION :
  • -- Super-power Stations in America, Annual Lecture, W. H. Patchell, 264
  • - NORTH-WESTERN BRANCH :
  • -- Corrosion-resisting Steels, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 431
  • -- Steam Nozzles Research Committee, Fourth Report, 565
  • -- Swiss Railway Electrification, E. A. Eborall, 485
  • -- Wire Ropes Research Committee, Second Report, Dr. W. A. Scoble, 128

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):

  • Institution of Mining Engineers :
  • - Eighty-third General Meeting, 608
  • - Programme, 608
  • Institution of Municipal and County Engineers :
  • - Annual General Meeting and Conference, 572
  • - Programme, 572
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • - Annual Meetings, 336, 376, 401, 429 ; Programme, 336 ; Annual Dinner, 379 ; Report, Awards for Papers, Elections, 376
  • - Analysis of Sir John Biles' Paper on H.M.S. Wolf Experiments, G. H. Hoffmann, 401
  • - Efficiency of the Screw Propeller, Suggested Method of Increasing, Walter Pollock, 402, 444
  • - Form Effects and Form Resistance of Ships, W. G. A. Perring, 402
  • - Japan's Contribution to Naval Architecture, Professor F. B. Purvis, 401
  • - Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee, 346, 403
  • - Model Experiments with Anti-rolling Tanks, H. J. R. Biles, 429
  • - Notes on the Rolling of Ships, G. Vedeler, 429
  • - Propulsive Performance of the Corrugated Ship, E. V. Telfer and A. H. Haver, 430
  • - Skin Friction Committee's Report, 402
  • - Stability and Seaworthiness, G. Frodsham Holt, 430
  • - Steam Engines v. Oil Engines for Passenger Ships, Sir John Biles, 377, 388
  • - Stresses in Rectangular Plates, andc., Professor C. E. Inglis, 429
  • - Tonnage Legislation, E. Blocksidge, 430
  • - Trading Conditions and Intermediate Passenger Vessels, W. G. Cleghorn, 430
  • - Wake Propeller Coefficients, Admiral D. W. Taylor, 402
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders :
  • - Conversion of the S.S. Bintang, L. J. Le Mesurier, 380
  • - Fuel Consumptions of Steam and Oil- engined Vessels, Sterry B. Freeman, 136
  • Institution, Royal:
  • - Faraday as a Chemist, Sir Wm. Pope, 686
  • - The Counting of Atoms, Sir Ernest Rutherford, Studies of Atomic Nuclei, 278, 331, 362, 380
  • Institution of Water Engineers :
  • - Thirteenth Summer General Meeting and Programme, 719
  • Society of Engineers and Metallurgists :
  • - Lecture on Gas Furnaces, Stanley A. Sears, 352
  • Society, Faraday :
  • - Joint Meeting with Iron and Steel Institute, 648
  • - Chemistry of Steel Making, 648
  • Society of Glass Technology :
  • - Design of Modern Glass-melting Furnaces, 154
  • - Sillimanite as a Glass Works Refractory, F. G. Clark and W. J. Rees, 273
  • - Sillimanite in the Preparation of Refractory Materials, A. Cousen and Professor W. E. S. Turner, 273
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering:
  • - Construction of a Spirally Guided Gasholder and Tank at Garston, E. Astbury, 291
  • Society, Radio, of Great Britain :
  • - Presidential Address, Sir Oliver Lodge, 139
  • - Resistance in Wireless Circuits, Lecture by Professor C. R. Fortescue, 265
  • Society, The Royal :
  • - Conversazione, Various Exhibits, 541
  • Society, Royal, of Arts :
  • - Cantor Lectures, Three, on Atomic Structure of Metals and Alloys, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 293
  • Society, Royal Meteorological:
  • - Seventy-fifth Anniversary Celebration, 434
  • Society, Royal Microscopical:
  • - Conference at Sheffield, 390
  • Societies, Physical and Optical:
  • - Exhibition, 52
  • ATOMIC Structure of Metals and Alloys, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 293
  • Atoms, The Counting of Atomic Nuclei, Sir Ernest Rutherford, 278, 331, 362, 380
  • Austin, J., Preventing Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, 223
  • Australia, Irrigation Works in, 462, 465
  • Australian Engineering Notes, 54, 223
  • Australian Naval Defence, 383
  • Automatic Regulators, Temperature, Pressure, andc., British Area Regulators, Ltd., 351
  • Automatic Telephones, 302

B

  • BAILEY, G. L., and R. Genders, "The Copper- Zinc System," also on "Industrial Brasses," 325
  • Bamford, T, G., Commercial Copper Rod, Comparative Tests, 324
  • Barking Power Station, 568
  • Barnes, Alfred A., on Dry-weather Flows, 713
  • Biles, H. J. R., Model Experiments with Antirolling Tanks, 429
  • Biles, Sir John, Steam Engines v. Oil Engines for Passenger Ships, 377, 388
  • Birthday Honours, 624
  • Blache, H. H., Four-cycle Marine Oil Engine, 246, 247
  • Blocksidge, E., Tonnage Legislation, 430
  • Blow-pipe Metal Cutting Machine, Hancock and Sons, 238
  • Blue Print Washing and Drying Machine, Precision Photo Printing Plant, Ltd., 523
  • Boiler, Atmos High-pressure, J. V. Blomquist, 249
  • Boiler, Internal Combustion, Oscar Brunler, 184
  • Bolton, E. A., Removal of Red Stains from Brass, 325
  • Books of Reference, 248, 277, 326, 460, 544, 650. 717
  • Bow Power Station, 542, 546
  • Brass, Brittle Ranges of, andc., Dr. Denis Bunting, 324
  • Brass, Removal of Red Stains from, E. A. Bolton, 325
  • Brasses, Industrial, G. L. Bailey and R. Genders, 325
  • Bridge, Guillemard, Over the Kelantan River, 594
  • Bridge, New, Over the Niagara River, 490, 492
  • Bridge in Vienna, Shifting, 429
  • Bridge, Waterloo Temporary, Sir Wm. Arrol and Co., Ltd., 686, 701 (Two-page Supplement, June 26th, 1925)
  • Bridges--see also Road
  • British Chemical Standard Hematite Iron Ore, 170
  • British Engineering Standards Association:
  • - Address, C. le Maistre, 129
  • - SPECIFICATIONS :
  • -- Automobile Parts, Three New Standards, 718
  • -- Bright Bolts, Nuts and Studs, 335
  • -- Steels for Laminated Springs for Automobiles, 380
  • BRITISH Engineers' Association, Report on the Present Condition and Future Prospects of the Engineering Industry, 409, 415
  • British Locomotives--see Railway Locomotives
  • Broadcasting--see Wireless
  • Brunler, Oscar, on Internal Combustion Boiler, 184
  • Bunting, Dr. Denis, Brittle Ranges of Brass, 324
  • Burton, Alexander, J. T., French Locomotive Performances, 153
  • Bryan Donkin and Co., History of, 544

C

  • CABLES--see Electrical Matters
  • Calendars, Diaries, andc., 29, 55, 86, 119, 145, 227, 557
  • Canada, Terms of Payment in, 85
  • Canada, Water Power Resources of, 97, 439
  • Canadian Water Power and Reclamation Service, 714
  • Canal, Rhine to Rhone, Improvement of the, 291
  • Carbonisation--see Coal
  • Catalogues, 145, 201, 393, 419, 447, 501, 557, 585, 637, 693, 721
  • Cathcart, H. G.. Hot Water Supply Installations for Hospitals, 714
  • Cellular Gravity Dam, Design for, Reginald Ryves, 279
  • Centenary of Henri Giffard, 1825-1882, 83
  • Ceylon, High Head Hydro-electric Scheme in, 619
  • Chain Link Making Machine, Wm. Grice and Sons, Ltd., 469
  • Chain Making, Wire, 239, 276, 292
  • Chaloner, J. L., Recent Oil Engine Developments, 456
  • Chancy-Pougny Hydro-electric Power Station, 321, 328
  • Chassis, 2-Ton, War Office Subsidy, Vulcan Motor and Engineering Company (1906), Ltd., 378, 379
  • Chemistry of Steel Making, 648
  • Chuck, Strength of, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 662
  • Circular Saw Guard, New, M. Glover and Co., 223
  • Circulating Water Screening Plant, Fixing, F. W. Brackett and Co., Ltd., 224
  • Cleghorn, W. G., Trading Conditions and Intermediate Passenger Vessels, 430
  • Clothier, H. W., Design of Electrical Plant Control Gear, andc., 269
  • Clyde--see Dock Equipment
  • COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :
  • - Carbonisation of Coal in Vertical Retorts, Walter T. Dunn, 470
  • - Coal Pulverising Plant and Boilers at Nechells Power Station, 656, 660
  • - Coal Staith, New, on the Tyne, R. E. Hindmarsh, 134, 141
  • - Electric Lighting System for Collieries, British Insulated and Helsby Cables, Ltd.. 496
  • - Low - Temperature Carbonisation, Some Aspects of, Lecture, N. Simpkin, 487
  • - Pulverised Coal, R. Jackson, 97
  • - Sale of Coke by Analysis, 464
  • - Steep Colliery Ropeways in South Wales, R. White and Sons, 514 (Two-page Supplement, May 8th, 1925)
  • - Winder, Colliery, Geared Electric, English Electric Company and Robey and Co., Ltd., 404, 408
  • COKER, Professor E. G., Action of Cutting Tools, 318
  • Commercial Libraries, Charles Nowell, 50
  • Comptroller of Patents, 192
  • Condenser Tube Corrosion, J. Austin, 223
  • Contracts, 29, 61, 92, 122, 145, 173, 204, 230, 253, 286, 309, 337, 368, 393, 422, 447, 473, 504, 532, 560, 588, 614, 637, 665, 696, 724
  • Converters--see Electrical Matters
  • Coopers Hill War Memorial Prize, 361
  • Copper Rod, Commercial, Comparative Tests, T. G. Bamford, 324
  • Copper-Zinc System, G. L. Bailey and R. Genders, 325
  • Corrosion Again, 217
  • Crane Essentials, Standardisation of, Edward G. Fiegehen, 619
  • Crane, 20-Ton Goliath, S. H. Heywood and Co., Ltd., 658
  • Crane, Travelling Steam, Samuel Butler and Co., Ltd., 443
  • Crisis in the Engineering Industries, 409, 415
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 30, 62, 90, 120, 146, 174, 202, 228, 254, 284, 312, 340, 366, 394, 420, 448, 474, 502, 530, 558, 586, 612, 638, 666, 694, 722
  • Cutting Tools--see Machine Tools

D

  • DAHLERUS, J. B., on Anti-friction Bearing Applications for Heavy Duty, 181, 197, 237, 243 ; (Letters), 295, 434
  • Dam, Gleno, Case for the Owners, 330, 467 ; Another Report, 661
  • Darling, Professor C. R., Scientific Aspects of Welding, 113
  • David, Major E. Ivor, on Electricity in Mmes, 244, 248
  • Dawson, Sir Philip, and Professor S. Parker Smith, on Main-line Railway Electrification, 98, 156, 620, 650; (Letters), 240, 295
  • Deep Mining on the Rand, 263
  • Deschamps, J., Influence of Pulsations on Combustion, 152
  • Deutsches Museum, Munich, 644
  • Diesel Engines--see Engines
  • Dielectrics, Super-tension Cable, A. I. Tracey, 580
  • Dock Equipment, Modern, H. J. Deane, 571
  • Dock Equipment, New, on the Clyde, 233, 242, 274, 304, 332 ; (Letters), 434, 468
  • - De-watering Plants for Graving Docks Nos. 1 and 3, 233, 242
  • - No. 3 Graving Dock Pumps, 274
  • - Hydraulic Power Services for Prince's Dock and the Graving Docks, 304
  • - Pneumatic and Electric Services, Prince's and Graving Docks Nos. 1, 2 and 3, 332
  • Doors, Train--see Railways
  • Drills--see Machine Tools
  • Dry Dock, American, Repairing, 359
  • Dry-weather Flows, Alfred A. Barnes, 713
  • Dye, D. W., Current Transformer Methods of Producing Small Known Voltages, andc., 295

E

  • EBORALL, E. A., Swiss Railway Electrification, 485
  • Education, Some Aspects of, 437
  • Educational Intelligence, 443
  • Effective Sluicing from a Spanish Reservoir, 320
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS :
  • - See also Annual Articles
  • - Ammeter, "Cirscale," and Change Coil Multi-range Test Set for Alternating and Direct Currents, Record Electrical Company, 279
  • - Aorangi, Electric Equipment for--see Ships
  • -Barking Power Station, County of London Electric Supply Company, 568
  • - Beama Annual Luncheon, Sir Benjamin Longbottom's Address, 356
  • - Bow Power Station Reconstruction, 542, 546
  • - Cheap Electricity, 167
  • - Combined Electric Motor and Pump, Rhodes, Brydon and Youatt, Ltd., 662
  • - Constant-current Motors, Gilbert Austin, J. C. Macfarlane's Notes, 440
  • - Dock Equipment on the Clyde, New, 233, 242, 274, 304, 332
  • - Electric Forces and Quanta, Kelvin Lecture, J. H. Jeans, 181
  • - Electricity Commissioner, New Appointment, 569
  • - Gas Engineers and the Electrical Subsidy, 683
  • - High Frequency Resistance Measurement, New Method, 69
  • - High-pressure Cables, Major A. M. Taylor, 108, 115 ; (Letter), 140
  • - High Voltage Testing Laboratory, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 481
  • - Hydro-electric Power Station, Chancy - Pougny, 321, 328
  • - Institution of Electrical Engineers, Various Works Inspected during Summer Meeting, 654, 660, 677-680
  • - Insulation, 520
  • - International Conference on Extra High- tension Electric Systems, 273
  • - Leafield Coupled Arc, 634--see also Annual Articles and Supplement
  • - Machine Tool Switchgear, Electrical Apparatus Company, 362
  • - Million-volt Testing Equipments, Ferranti, Ltd., 412
  • - Motor Starting Panels, Midget Type, Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., 142
  • - Nechells Power Station, Birmingham, 654,
  • - Ongar and Brentwood Wireless Stations, 596, 597
  • - Raby Castle, Diesel-electric Generating Sets,
  • - Radio Frequency Relay, A New, 498
  • - Recent Oil Engine Developments, J. L. Chaloner, 456
  • - Rotary Converters, 1500-Kilowatt Selfsynchronising, Mather and Platt, Ltd., 390
  • - Self-synchronising Alternator, L. J. Hunt 526
  • - Southern Railway, New Single-phase Equipment, General Electric Company, 486
  • - Static Condensers for Power Factor Correction, 543
  • - Super Power Stations in America, W. H. Patchell, 264
  • - Super-tension Cable Dielectrics, A. I. Tracey, 580
  • - Switchgear, H. W. Clothier, 268
  • - Synchronous Motors for Mining Work, Major E. Ivor David, 244, 248
  • - Three-wire Direct-current Distribution Networks, H. W. Taylor, 75
  • - Transformers, Large, Ferranti, Ltd., 680
  • - Upper Reno Power Project, 608
  • - Use of Electricity, 463 ; (Letter), 485
  • - Variable Speed Alternating-current Motors, Notes on, N. Pensabene-Perez, 624
  • - Winder, Geared Electric, English Electric Company, 404, 408
  • ELLESMERE Port, Water Softening Plant, Wollaston Gas Producers (Manchester), Ltd., 386
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS:
  • - Aero-engines:
  • -- Aero-engine Performance, 55
  • -- Anzani Aero-engine, 21
  • -- Blackburn Three-cylinder Radial, 21
  • -- Blackburn Twin-cylinder Inverted, 21
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued):
  • - Aero-Engines (continued):
  • -- Bristol Cherub, 19, 21
  • -- Eagle IX Engines for All-metal Flying Boat, 350, 354
  • -- Napier "Cub" Engine, 1000 H.P., 21
  • -- Napier "Lion" Engine, 21
  • -- Rolls-Royce 360 H.P. "Eagle" Engine, 21
  • -- Siddeley 230 H.P. "Puma" Engine, 21
  • -- Variation of Aero-engine Power with Height, 595
  • - Aorangi, Union Steamship Company's Motor Liner, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., Sulzer Type Diesel Engines and Auxiliaries, 6, 16, 23, 42, 48, 71, 72, 106, 110, 111 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925) (Two-page Supplement, January 16th, 1925)
  • - Cold-starting Solid Injection Oil Engine, 110 B.H.P., Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 222, 223
  • - Crude Oil Engine, Two-stroke Vertical, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 222
  • - Diesel Locomotives--see Railway Locomotives
  • - Double-acting 6750 Engine for Motor Liner Gripsholm, Burmeister and Wain, 246, 247
  • - Four-cycle Marine Engines, Burmeister and Wain, 246, 247
  • - Future of the Marine Steam Engine, 384
  • - Gas Engine, 7150 B.H.P., Soc. Anonyme John Cockerill, 166, 168
  • - Gas or Paraffin Engine, 12.25 B.H.P., Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 222
  • - Heat Engine Trials Committee Meeting, 520
  • - Heavy Oil Engine, 66 H.P., National Gas Engine Company, 222, 223
  • - Heavy Oil Engines, Large Engines of the Self- ignition Type, James Forrest Lecture by Captain H. Riall Sankey, 508
  • - Lighting Set, Gas Engine and Chain-driven Dynamo, National Gas Engine Company and Electrical Construction Company, 222, 223
  • - Lighting Set, 3 B.H.P. Paraffin Engine and 1.5 K.W. Dynamo, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 222, 223
  • - Marine Oil Engine Progress, 191
  • - Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee, 346, 355, 403
  • - Motor Foam Fire-fighting Engine, 467
  • - Motor Lifeboat Engine, Parsons Motor Company, Ltd., 160 ; (Letter), 188
  • - Oil Engine, 55 B.H.P., and Fuel Injection Arrangement, Blackstone and Co., 238
  • - Oil Engine Difficulties, 491
  • - Pyrometry of Exhaust Temperatures of Internal Combustion Engines, Chas. E. Foster, 598
  • - Raby Castle, Propelling Machinery for, North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, 458
  • - Steam Engines v. Oil Engines for Passenger Ships, Sir John Biles, 377, 388
  • - 200 K.W. Steam Extraction Generator Set, Ashworth and Parker, 630
  • - Two-stroke Cycle Oil Engine, Tests on, Professor E. A. Allcut, 593
  • - Vibration in Engine Test Gear, J. Morris, 484
  • ENGINEERS, Salaries of, 114
  • Engineers, Status of, 107 ; (Paragraph), 89 Engineering Industry--see British Engineers' Association
  • Evans, Ulick R., Surface Abrasion and Corrosion, 294
  • Evolution--see Ships
  • Exeter Ship Canal, Replacing the Lock Gates of, 83
  • EXHIBITIONS:
  • - British Industries Fair, 222, 238
  • - British Industries Fair, London, Section 1, 55
  • - Grenoble Exhibition, 690
  • - Marine and Small Craft Exhibition, 326
  • - One-day Exhibition at Dartford, 390
  • - Paris Exhibition, Switchback Railway, 525
  • - Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 52--For Exhibits see Instruments
  • - Turnery Exhibition at the Mansion House, 380

F

  • FAIRS--see Exhibitions
  • Faraday as a Chemist, Sir Wm. Pope, 686
  • Fatigue and Shock, 136
  • Fiegehen, Edward G., Standardisation of Crane Essentials, 618
  • Fire-engine, Light Motor, Gwynnes Engineering Company, Ltd., 554
  • Fire-fighting Engine, Motor Foam, 467
  • Forrest, James, Lecture by Captain H. Riall Sankey on Heavy Oil Engines, Large Engines of the Self-ignition Type, 508
  • Fortescue, Professor C. R., Resistance in Wireless Circuits, 265
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 32, 64, 92, 122, 148 176, 204, 230, 256, 286, 314, 342, 368, 396^ 422, 450, 476, 504, 532, 560, 588, 614, 640. 668, 696,724
  • Foster, Chas. E., Pyrometry of Exhaust Temperatures, andc., 598
  • Foundry Ladle, A Handy, Constructional Engineering Company, Ltd., 469
  • Foundry Sand Recovery Plant, New Conveyor Company, 571
  • Foundry--see also Iron and Steel
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - 31, 63, 91, 121, 147, 175, 203, 229, 255, 285 313, 341, 367, 395, 421, 449, 475, 503, 531, 559, 587, 613, 639, 667, 695, 723
  • - African Development, 31
  • - Agricultural Engineering, 147
  • - Alsace Canal, 475, 531
  • - Apprenticeship Tax, 285
  • - Arsenals, 421
  • - Aviation Engines, 421
  • - Business Declension, 175
  • - Capital and Trade, 255
  • - Charcoal Congress, 531
  • - Coal Production, 91, 449
  • - Coal Slump, 695
  • - Coal Tax, 285
  • - Coal Trade, 667
  • - Colonial Cotton, 175
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES (continued) :
  • - Colonial Railways, 63
  • - Commercial Clearing House, 5£7
  • - Decorative Arts, 255
  • - Ecole Centrale, 613
  • - Electric Road Traction, 203
  • - Electrical Engineering, 367
  • - Engineering Outlook, 723
  • - Ethylic Alcohol, 341
  • - Exhibition Palace, 121
  • - Exports, 421
  • - Finance and Trade, 91
  • - Fiscal Tariffs, 695
  • - Foreign Trade, 31, 147, 475, 613, 723
  • - Forestry and Engineering, 723
  • - German Competition, 285
  • - German Rolling Stock, 175
  • - German Treaty, 285
  • - Grenoble Exhibition, 613
  • - Home and Export Prices, 341
  • - Hydro-electric Distribution. 639
  • - Import Duties, 667
  • - Incinerators, 121
  • - Industrial Development, 63
  • - Industrial Values, 313
  • - Iron and Steel, 639
  • - Iron and Steel Combines, 255
  • - Iron and Steel Prices, 203
  • - Liquefying Coal, 531
  • - Liquid Fuels, 121
  • - Locomotive, A New, 121
  • - Machine Tools, 587
  • - Makhonine Fuel, 695
  • - Makhonine Liquid, 121, 559
  • - Maritime Week, 723
  • - Marseilles-Rhone Canal, 31
  • - Mont Blanc Cableway, 667
  • - Motor Cars, 341
  • - Motor Fuel, A New, 367
  • - Motor Show, 63
  • - Nationalisation of Mines, 723
  • - Naval Construction, 503
  • - Naval Programme, 91, 613
  • - New Import Duties, 31
  • - New Industries, 475
  • - Oil Engines, 147
  • - Paris Fair, 587
  • - Paris Metropolitan, 367, 639
  • - Paris Termini, New, 587
  • - Paris Water Supply, 255, 503, 695
  • - Patent Legislation, 341
  • - Psycho-technical Laboratory, 91
  • - Rail Motors, 203, 395
  • - Railway Catastrophes, 395
  • - Railway Electrification, 91, 503
  • - Reconstruction, 229
  • - Refloating the Liberte, 229
  • - Refuse Disposal, 229
  • - Reparations, 559
  • - Road Paving, 531
  • - Russian Fleet, 91
  • - Seamen's Hours, 255, 449
  • - Shipbuilding Credits, 313
  • - State Railway Control, 229
  • - Suction Gas Lorries, 313
  • - Suction Gas Vehicles, 341
  • - Super Locomotive, 175
  • - Synthetic Fuels, 175
  • - Tariff Bill, 313
  • - Tariff Examples, 31
  • - Textile Industries, 639
  • - "The Joy Stick," 503
  • - Trade Burdens, 449
  • - Trade Crisis, 695
  • - Trade Difficulties, 421
  • - Trade Exchanges, 559
  • - Trade Outlook, 367
  • - Trade Reforms, 395
  • - Trade Restriction, 503
  • - Trade Situation, 229, 667
  • - Unemployment, 203
  • - Year's Outlook, 63
  • FRICTION of Pistons and Piston Rings, T. E. Stanton, 70 ; (Letter), 240
  • Fuel Consumptions of Steam and Oil-engined Vessels, Sterry B. Freeman, 136
  • Fuels and the Future, 80 ; (Letter), 114
  • Furnace Arch, Suspended, Liptak Furnace Arches, Ltd., 361

G

  • GARSTON, Construction of a Spirally Guided Gasholder and Tank at, E. Astbury, 291
  • Garvie, James, Effect of Camber on Wood- paved Roads, 570
  • Gas, A Century of, in South London, 496
  • Gas Engines--see Engines
  • Gas Engineers and the Electrical Subsidy, 683
  • Gas Furnaces for Steel Industry, Stanley A. Sears, 352
  • Gauge, New Tank, Negretti and Zambra, 470
  • Gauge, Pitting, V. Pickles and G. Hall, 554
  • Gee, W. W. Haldane, The Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, Joule's First Measurements, 426 ; (Letter), 516
  • German Capital for Steel Making in South Africa, 57 ; (Letter), 114
  • German Industry and Commerce during April, 582
  • German Institution of Engineers, 606
  • Germany, Machinery Trade in, 718
  • Giffard, Henri, Centenary of, 1825-1882, 83
  • Glass Industry--see Society of Glass Technology
  • Glass Melting Furnaces, Design of, 154
  • Gleno Dam, Case for the Owners, 330, 467
  • Gleno Dam, Another Report, 661
  • Good, E. T., Shipyard Labour Conditions, British and Foreign, 660
  • Government Tests of Agricultural Machinery, Report, 440
  • Grain Elevators, Floating Pneumatic, for the Port of London, East Ferry Road Engineering Works Company, 296, 297, 300
  • Griffith, Sir John Purser, on the Shannon Power Scheme, 132
  • Guillemard Bridge Over the Kelantan River, 594

H

  • HAMMER, Electric, New Form, Kango Company, Ltd., 718
  • Hardening--see also Iron and Steel
  • Hardness and Annealing Temperature, Effect of Grain Size upon, H. T. Angus and P. F. Summers, 294
  • Hardness Tests Research, 483
  • Harling, W. H., Adjustable Parabolic Curve, 580
  • Harvey, William. Saint Paul's Cathedral, Its Structure, Defects and Repair, 129
  • Hatfield. Dr. W. H., Corrosion-resisting Steels, 431
  • Heat--see Mechanical Equivalent
  • Heat Transmission through Coated Pipes, 140
  • Heaviside Layer, 192
  • Helium and Caisson Disease, 330
  • Hindmarsh, R. E., New Coal Staith on the Tyne, 134, 141
  • Holliday, P. A., on Submarine Engines and High-speed Heavy Oil Engine Electric Generating Sets, 219
  • Holt, G. Frodsham, Stability and Seaworthiness, 430
  • Hospitals, Hot Water Supply for, H. G. Cathcart, 714
  • Hydraulic Pumps--see Pumps, Clyde Dock Equipment
  • Hydro-electric Power Station, Chancy-Pougny, 321, 328
  • Hydro-electric Scheme, High Head, in Ceylon, 619
  • Hydro-electric Scheme, Mangahao, 266, 270
  • Hydro-electric Schemes in Alsace, 211

I

  • INCREASING Production, 715, 717
  • Indian Monsoons and Floods in 1924, Reginald Ryves, 290
  • Industrial Standardisation, C. le Maistre, 129
  • Industries, Ancient and Modern, 50
  • Influence of Pulsations on Combustion, J. Deschamps, 152
  • Inglis, Professor C. E., Stresses on Rectangular Plates, 429
  • Institutes and Institutions--see Associations
  • INSTRUMENTS, SCIENTIFIC :
  • - PHYSICAL AND OPTICAL SOCIETIES' EXHIBITS :
  • -- Cambridge Instrument Company, Photoelectric Cell, High-tension Disc Batteries, Frequency Meter, Record-measuring Machine, Recording Accelerometer, Thread Recorder, Dodder Machine, 52, 53
  • -- Crompton and Co., Ltd., Crompton- Robertson Combination Bridge and Potentiometer, 54
  • -- Elliott Brothers, Direct Reading Potentiometer, Universal Testing Set, 54
  • -- Evershed and Vignoles, Megger and Bridge Megger Testing Sets, "Meg" Insulation Tester, "Ductor" Low-resistance Testing Sets, Workshops' Ohmeters, Traction Recorder, "Dionic" Water Tester, 53
  • -- Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., Variometers, "B," "BL" and "F" Types, Variable Grid Leak, High-resistance Potentiometer, Unitune Fixed Coupler, 53
  • -- Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company, New Wireless Apparatus, Microphone, Amplifier, Loud Speaker and 50-Watt Transmitter, 54
  • -- Mullard Radio Valve Company, Thermionic Valves, High-frequency and Low- frequency, Transmitting Valves, 53, 54
  • -- Negretti and Zambra, Assmann Recording Psychrometer, Density Recorder, Air Temperature and Oil Temperature Recorders for Aircraft, Liquid Tank Gauge, Hydrograph, Hygrometers, Thermometers, Recorders, andc., 54
  • -- Siemens Brothers, Cable Temperature Indicator, 53
  • -- Sullivan, H. W., Ltd., Multivibrator Wave Meter, 54
  • INTERNAL Combustion Engines--see Engines
  • Internal Combustion Turbines--see Turbines Internal Stresses, 548
  • International Conference on Extra-high Tension Electric Systems, 273
  • International Railway Conference--see Railways
  • International Tables, 83
  • IRON AND STEEL :
  • - Chemistry of Steel Making, 648
  • - Corrosion-resisting Steels, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 431
  • - Economics of the Heavy Iron and Steel Industry, Sir Frederick Mills, 524 ; (Letter), 595
  • - "Flakes" or "Hair Cracks" in Chromium Steel, A. Hultgren, 539
  • - Foundry, Iron, at Darnall Works, Sheffield, Davy Brothers, Ltd., 374, 382
  • - Gas Furnaces, Stanley A. Sears, 352
  • - Gases and Formation of Blow-holes, 540
  • - German Capital for Steel-making in South Africa, 57 ; (Letter), 114
  • - Grain and the Fatigue Strength of Steel, 540
  • - Hematite Iron Ore Standard, 170
  • - Iron and Steel Institute--for other Papers read, see Associations
  • - Manganese Ore Industry of Russia, 280
  • - Papers and Discussions, 655
  • - Progress in British Rolling Mill Practice. T. W. Hand, 539
  • - Staybrite Silver Steel, Thos. Firth and Sons Ltd., 240
  • - Steel Hardening and Carburising Plant at a Petrol Motor Works, August's Muffle Furnaces, Ltd., 387
  • - Steels, Standard, for Laminated Springs, 380
  • - Strain Detection in Mild Steels, T. H. Turner and J. D. Jevons, 540
  • - Wrought Iron or Steel, 656
  • IRRIGATION, The Bon Accord, Transvaal, 155
  • Irrigation Works in Australia, 462, 465
  • Italy, Upper Reno Power Project, 608

J

  • JACKHAMMERS, What They Save, 109
  • Jackson, R., on Pulverised Coal, 97
  • Jeans, J. H., on Electric Forces and Quanta, Kelvin Lecture, 181
  • Jevons, J. D., Strain Detection in Mild Steel by Special Etching, 540

L

  • LABORATORY--see Electrical Matters
  • La Chute des Sept-Lacs, 582
  • Lathes--see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 85, 119, 143, 201, 283, 311, 396, 419, 473, 557, 611, 640, 696, 719
  • LEADERS :
  • - 1924--A Retrospect, .17
  • - Analogies, 271
  • - Apprenticeship, 601
  • - Australian Naval Defence, 383
  • - Automatic Telephones, 302
  • - Comptroller of Patents, 192
  • - Corrosion Again, 217
  • - Crisis in the Engineering Industries, 409
  • - Dr. Russell's Address, 79
  • - Doors of Railway Trains, 712
  • - Electric Railway Standardisation, 712
  • - Electrical Industry, The, 356
  • - Electricity in Mines, 244
  • - Exchange Trials of Locomotives, 627
  • - Fatigue and Shock, 136
  • - Fifty Per Cent. Cut-off Locomotives, 575
  • - Fuels and the Future, 80
  • - Future of the Marine Steam Engine, 384
  • - Gas Engineers and the Electrical Subsidy, 683
  • - Government Inspection of New Railways,
  • - Heaviside Layer, 192
  • - Helium and Caisson Disease, 330
  • - High-pressure Cables, 108
  • - Industries--Ancient and Modern, 50
  • - Insulation, 520
  • - Internal Combustion Turbine, 684
  • - Internal Stresses, 548
  • - International Railway Congress, 683
  • - Locomotive Engineers, 244
  • - Locomotive Trials, 492
  • - Locomotive Valve Travel, 711
  • - London County Council Tramways, 576
  • - Marine Oil Engine Progress, 191
  • - Minor Failures, 463
  • - Naval Shipbuilding Requirements, 547
  • - Navy Estimates, 329
  • - New Battleships, 49
  • - Notable Railway Appointment. 519
  • - Oil Engine Difficulties, 491
  • - Papers and Discussions, 655
  • - Philosophy of Cutting, 163
  • - Railway Year, 410
  • - Roller Bearings for Heavy Loads, 243
  • - Sale of Coke by Analysis, 464
  • - Shannon Power Scheme, 575
  • - Some Aspects of Education, 437
  • - Speed and Weight, 271
  • - State of British Shipbuilding, 301
  • - Status of Engineers, 107
  • - Sycamore and Dolius Trials, 355
  • - Telephones, 164
  • - Time Element, 438
  • - Unemployment Percentages, 601
  • - Use of Electricity, 463
  • - Vibration, 628
  • - Wireless Bill, The New, 217
  • - Work, Chip and Tool, 135
  • - Wrought Iron or Steel, 656
  • LEAFIELD--see Electrical Matters
  • Le Mesurier, L. J., on the Conversion of the ss. Bintang, 380
  • LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS :
  • - England, North of, 28, 61, 88, 118, 145, 172, 200, 226, 252, 282, 310, 339, 364, 392, 418, 446, 472, 500, 528, 556, 584, 610, 636, 664, 692, 720
  • - Lancashire, 27, 59, 87, 117, 143, 171, 199, 225, 251, 281, 309, 337, 363, 391, 417, 445, 471, 499, 527, 555, 583, 609, 635, 663, 692, 719
  • - Midlands and Staffordshire, 27, 59, 87, 117, 143, 17], 199, 225, 251, 281, 309, 337, 363, 391, 393, 417, 445, 471, 499, 527, 555, 583, 609, 635, 663, 691, 719
  • - Scotland, 29, 61, 89, 119, 145, 173, 201, 227, 253, 283, 311, 339, 365, 392, 419, 446, 472, 501, 529, 556, 584, 611, 637, 665, 693, 721
  • - Sheffield, 28, 60, 88, 118, 144, 172, 200, 226, 252, 282, 310, 338, 364, 392, 418, 446, 472, 500, 528, 556, 584, 610, 636, 664, 692, 720
  • - Wales and Adjoining Counties, 29, 61, 89, 119, 145, 173, 201, 227, 263, 283, 311, 339, 365, 393, 419, 447, 472, 501, 529, 557, 584, 611,637, 665, 693,721
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :
  • - Airship Development, Nauticus, 485
  • - British Steam Locomotive from 1825 to 1924, E. L. Ahrons, 155, 278 ; Wm. Hy. Robson, 704--see also Locomotive
  • - Canal Transport Facilities, Carpe Diem, 595
  • - Cannel Coal, H. F. R., 468
  • - Chittaprat, The, F. Achard, 240
  • - Closure of Finsbury Technical College, A. G. Church, 188
  • - Coal-burning Locomotives, E. L. Ahrons, 516
  • - Cold Flow of Metals, Wm. F. Offord, 406
  • - Contra-propeller, L. H. G. Dines, 468
  • - Co2 Recorders, A. Dott, 516 ; J. J. Lassen, 541
  • - Cutting Tool Research, T. E. Stanton, 155
  • - Dilatometers, W. T. Griffiths, 468
  • - Dolius and Sycamore, W. F. Ryan, 485
  • - Economics of Industries, L. H. G. Dines, 595
  • - Efficiency of Air Compressors, Interested, 434 ; Beiliss and Morcom, Ltd., 468
  • - Exchange Locomotive Tests, C. R. K., 651, 689 ; E. Wyett, 652 ; H. R. Sutton, 652 ; F. H. Alexander, 688 ; Wm. Hy. Robson, 688 ; Spectator, 689 ; Albert V. Goodyear, 689 ; Rugby, 689
  • - Factory Engineers' Salaries, Industrial Engineer, M.I. Mech. E., 55
  • - Fibre in Metals, N. Belaiew, 55
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued) :
  • - Future of the Marine Engine, Charles R. King, 468
  • - Gooch's Coeur de Lion, H. V. Pegg, 468
  • - Hair Cracks in Glazed Bricks and Glazed Tiles, W. P. Digby, 632-
  • - High-pressure Cables, A. M. Taylor, Major, 140
  • - History of Business, H. Spencer Stowell, 76
  • - Hydraulic Boiler Tests, Boilermakers, 595
  • - Individualism in Locomotive Design, Cecil G. Howsin, 55 ; J. G. H. Warren, 114
  • - Iron Ore Resources of South .Africa, P. A. Delfos, 114
  • - Lecture Courses at Grenoble, T. Rich, 689
  • - Locomotive Development, E. Cecil Poultney, 240--see also British
  • - Main Line Railway Electrification, J. Sayers, 240 ; G. Parker Smith, 295 ; Dr. K. Sachs, Dr. A. C. Couwenhoven, 595
  • - Mathematics and Engineers, 326
  • - Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, John Wilkie, 516
  • - Monel Metal, Robert J. McKay, 278
  • - Most Powerful British Locomotive, Chas. W. Dauncey, 516
  • - Outside v. Inside Cylinders, Arthur Lee, 240
  • - Papers at the Iron and Steel Institute, A Member, 652
  • - Piston Ring Friction, S. J. Ellis, 240
  • - Robert Stephenson, J. G. H. Warren, 76
  • - Roller Bearings for Heavy Loads, C. E. Davies, 295 ; J. B. Dahlerus, 434
  • - Self-contained Pulverising Units, Leonard Harvey, 704
  • - Ship's Motor Lifeboat, A. Joe White, 188
  • - Steam Wagon Transport, Auriga, 704
  • - Street Explosions, W. Love, 406
  • - Stresses in Axles, John Younger, 278
  • - Submarine Railway Tubes, Arthur Oates, 295
  • - Telephones, H. E. Powell-Jones, 188 ; J. E. H., 632 ; A. H. Hall, 188 ; A. F. Schove, 278
  • - Theory of Road Construction, Reginald Ryves, 468
  • - Trevithick, Francis H., The Late, 632
  • - Trials of the Sycamore, S. P. Christie, 55
  • - Use of Electricity, British Shipbuilder, 485
  • - Washing Out Locomotive Boilers, Interested, 188
  • - Waste Heat, W. Gregson, 114
  • - Watt and Woolf, W. A. Benton, 652
  • - Whitworth Scholarships, A. D. Ottewell, 114
  • - Workshop Efficiency, Method of Increasing, F. H. Towler, 569
  • LIBRARIES, Commercial, Charles Nowell, 50

LITERATURE :

  • Reviews :
  • - Aeronautics in Great Britain, History of. J. E. Hodgson, 51, 272
  • - Allen's Commercial Organic Analysis, Samuel S. Sadtler and Others, 603
  • - Bleaching, A History of, S. H. Higgins, 165
  • - Corrosion of Metals, Ulick R. Evans, 80
  • - Die Kondensation bei Dampfkraftmaschinen, K. Hoefer, 219, 303
  • - Economics of Iron and Steel, H. J. Skelton, 81
  • - Electrical Design of Overhead Power Transmission Lines, W. T. Taylor and R. E. Neale, 80
  • - Electrical Measuring Instruments, Drysdale and Jolley, 51
  • - Electrical Technology, H. Cotton, 219
  • - Glass Technology, Text-book of, F. W. Hodkin and A. Cousen. 165, 331
  • - History of the Portland Cement Industry in the United States, R. W. Lesley, 165, 272
  • - History of the Telephone in the United Kingdom, F. G. C. Baldwin, 273, 411
  • - Hull Down: Reminiscences of Windjammers, Troops and Travellers, Sir Bertram Hayes, 493
  • - Iron and Steel in the Industrial Revolution, Thomas S. Ashton, 576
  • - J. P. Transformer Book, S. Austen Stigant and Morgan Lacey, 218
  • - Locomotive Running Shed Management, W. Paterson, 273, 464
  • - Low-temperature Distillation, S. H. North and J. B. Garbe, 493, 549
  • - Mechanics of Textile Machinery, Wm. A. Hanton, 81
  • - Motor Car and Coach Painting, 51
  • - Preservation of St. Paul's Cathedral and Other Famous Buildings, William Harvey, 603
  • - Principles of Applied Electro-chemistry, A J. Allmand and H. J. T. Ellingham, 183
  • - Purchasing: Its Economic Aspects and Proper Methods, H. B. Twyford, 493
  • - Radio : Beam and Broadcast, A. H. Morse, 165, 303
  • - Railway Engineering, Notes and Data on, Frank Reeves, 273, 464
  • - Regulation of Rivers Without Embankments, F. A. Leete, 165, 218
  • - Reinforced Concrete Bridges, W. L. Scott, 411, 438
  • - Screw Propellers, Vol. I. Text and Vol. II. Atlas, Admiral Charles W. Dyson, 493, 602
  • - Sewage Disposal in India and the East, G. Bransby Williams, 331, 385
  • - Ships of the Royal Navy, Oscar Parkes, 629, 685
  • - Theory and Design of Structures, E. S. Andrews, 273, 465
  • - World Power Conference, The First, Transactions, 493
  • Short Notices :
  • - Ball and Roller Bearings, A. W. Macaulay, 81 Bituminous Substances, P. E. Spielmann, 165
  • - Chemical Colouring of Metals, S. Field and S. R. Bonney, 273
  • - Concrete-making Machinery, W. Noble Twelvetrees, 81, 219
  • - Construction of Wells and Bore-holes for Water Supply, J. E. Dumbleton, 411, 438
  • - Cost of Power Production by Internal Combustion Engines, G. A. Burls, 577
  • - Cranes and Hoists, Hermann Wilda, 51, 165
  • - Das Kalkbrennen, Berthold Block, 577
  • - Electric Circuits and Installation Diagrams, W. S. Ibbetson, 51, 165
  • - Electrical Equipment of Buildings, Regulations for, 81
  • - Electro-plating, Polishing, andc., Handbook on, 577, 657

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Short Notices (continued) :
  • - French-English and English-French Dictionary of Technical Terms, J. O. Kettridge, 629, 714
  • - Friction Clutches, R. Waring-Brown, 165
  • - Gas Meters, A. T. Gilbert, 51, 219
  • - Greater Problems of Industry, Alexander Ramsay, 81
  • - History of Munitions Supply in Canada, 1914r-1918, David Carnegie, 165, 273
  • - Hodsock Ballistic Tables for Rifles, F. W. Jones, 273
  • - Home Sewage Disposal, W. A. Hardenbergh, 219
  • - Illuminating Engineering, F. E. Cady and H. B. Dates, 603, 657
  • - Johnson’s Materials of Construction, M. O. Withey and J. Aston, 603, 657
  • - La Soudure Electrique and l’Arc Metallique, S. Frimandeau, 273
  • - Machine Design, Examples in, G. W. Bird, 577, 657
  • - Management of Marine Engines and Boilers, Eric Prince, 331, 438
  • - Modern Practical Joinery, George Ellis, 165
  • - Occurrence and Geology of Petroleum, Outlines of, I. A. Stigand, 219
  • - Patternmaking, J. G. Horner, 357, 438
  • - Practical Advice for Inventors and Patentees, C. M. Linley, 411, 577
  • - Production and Measurement of Low Pressures, F. H. Newman, 331, 557
  • - Principles of Machine Design, R. F. McKay, 136, 273
  • - Public Water Supplies, F. E. Turneaure and H. L. Russell, 357, 438
  • - Reinforced Concrete Beams, &c., Oscar Faber, 219
  • - Rice : Its Cultivation and Preparation, Charles E. Douglas, 273
  • - Role of the State in the Provision of Railways, H. M. Jagtiani, 81
  • - Sanitation and Plumbing, 165
  • - Slide Rule, A. Williams Price, 219, 273
  • - Small Craft, R. Munro Smith, 81
  • - Switchgear for Electric Power Control, E. B. Wedmore and Henry Trencham, 81
  • - Tables for Reinforced’ Concrete Floors and Roofs, R. Travers Morgan, 273, 438
  • - Testing of High-speed Internal Combustion Engines, Arthur W. Judge, 577
  • - Thermodynamics, Principles of, George Birtwistle, 577
  • - Workshop Gauges and Measuring Appliances, L. Burn, 165
  • Books Received :
  • - Acid-resisting Metals, S. J. Tungay, 219
  • - Advertisers’ ABC, 1925, T. B. Browne, 657
  • - Aerial Surveying by Rapid Methods, B. M. Jones and Major J. C. Griffiths, 714
  • - Aeronautics Catalogue of the Science Museum, South Kensington, M. J. B. Davey, 165
  • - Agitating, Stirring and Kneading Machinery, H. Seymour, 219
  • - Airship, The Rigid, E. H. Lewitt, 493
  • - Alignment Charts for the Engineer, S. R. Cummings and J. Lipka, 629
  • - American Society for Testing Materials, “Proceedings,” 411
  • - Annales des Fonts et Chaussees, 411 ; Partic Administrative et Partie Technique, Janvier-Fevrier, 1925, 411
  • - Annales des Ponts et Chaussees, Fasc. 5, Tome II. (1) Partie Technique, (2) Partie Administrative, Septembre-Octobre, 1924, 81
  • - Annales des Travaux Publics de Belgique, 577
  • - Annali dei Lavori Pubblici, Gia Giornall del Genio Civile, 51, 385, 549, 629
  • - Antimony Ores, E. Haise, 219
  • - Architectural Practice and Procedure, Hamilton H. Turner, 714
  • - Automatic Telephony, Outline of, W. Aitken, 549
  • - Balancing of Reciprocating Engines, G. A. Stephens, 549
  • - Base Exchange in Soils, 714
  • - Bauxite and Aluminium, W. C. Rumbold, 577
  • - Bentonite, Hugh S. Spence, 51
  • - Bismuth Ores, R. Allen, 219
  • - Boiler Feed Water, N. Simpkin and A. Dawe, 219
  • - British Empire Exhibition, Official Guide, 689
  • - Building Construction Plates, Parts I. and II., A. Buchanan and W. H. Hudson, 303
  • - Building Practice, L. Allen Gerrard, 331
  • - Bulletin de la Societe des Ingenieurs Civils de France, 629
  • - Carburetters and Carburation, A. W. Judge, 357
  • - Cast Iron, J. Rouelle, 577
  • - Catalogue of British Scientific and Technical Books, 714
  • - Chemical and Bacteriological Examinations on the Illinois River, andc., R. E. Greenfield, 493
  • - Chemical, Metallurgical and Allied Industries in Canada, Development of, Alfred W. G. Wilson, 51
  • - Cleveland Institution of Engineers, “ Proceedings,” December, 1924, and January, 1925, 411
  • - Clubs, 1925, E. C. Austen-Leigh, 136
  • - Coal Mine Fatalities in the United States, 1923, W. W. Adams, 51
  • - Coal-mining Problems in the State of Washington, G. Watkin Evans, 577
  • - Cochran Book of Oil Firing, W. K. Wilson, 549
  • - Coiliery Year-book and Coal Trades’ Directory, 1925, 493
  • - Communications Scientifiques et Faits Industriels de I’AnnSe (1922-1923), Edmond Marcotte, 81
  • - Compressed Air and its Machinery, T. H. Plummer, 689
  • - Conformal Representation, Leo Lewent, 219
  • - Conversion of Coal into Oil, Dr. Franz Fischer, 629
  • - Danger Spot in Europe, Sir Robert Donald, 273
  • - Das Bayernwerk und Seine Kraftquellen, A. Menge, 657
  • - Das Rotorschiff und Seine Physikalischen Grundlagen, J. Ackeret, 165
  • - Das Torkrelverfahren und Seine technischen Probleme, Dr. Ing. Adalbert Szilard, 714

LITERATURE (continued) :

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Department of Overseas Trade, Industrial and Economic Situation in Chile, September, 1924, W. F. Vaughan Scott, 385
  • - Design of Marine Diesel Engines, A. Buchanan, 331
  • - Design of Railway Location, C. C. Williams, 629
  • - Detection of Small Quantities of Petroleum Vapour, &c., G. W. Jones and W. P. Yant, 357
  • - Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 81
  • - Diesel and Oil Engineering Handbook, Land and Marine, Julius Rosbloom, 493
  • - Die Vereinfachte Berechnung Beugsamer Flatten, Dr. Ing. H. Marcus. 629
  • - Die Wirkung Wagerechter Krafte bei Eiser- nen Briicken, 629
  • - Directory of Contractors and Public Works Annual, 1925, C. W. Biggar, 165
  • - Directory of Shipowners, Shipbuilders and Marine Engineers, 1925, 165
  • - Distillation Principles, C. Elliott, 219
  • - Dust Hazard in Industry, W. E. Gibbs, 219
  • - Economic, Financial and Commercial Conditions in the Dominican Republic, Darrell Wilson, 303
  • - Einfluss der Fliehkrafte auf Eisenbriicken, Dr.-Ing. O. Kommerell und Bruno Schulz, 385
  • - Electric Welding, L. B. Wilson, 577
  • - Electrical Trades' Directory and Handbook, 273
  • - Electrician, The, Annual Tables of Electricity Undertakings, 1925, 577
  • - Electricity for Everybody, R. Borlase Matthews, 577
  • - Electricity and the Structure of Matter, L. Southerns, 629
  • - Elements of Railway Economics, Sir W. M. Acworth and W. T. Stephenson, 136
  • - Empire Mining and Metallurgical Congress "Proceedings," 629
  • - Empire Municipal Directory and Year-book, 1925-1926, 577
  • - Engineering Applications of Mathematics, W. C. Bickley, 577
  • - Engineering Index, 1924, 657
  • - Engineering Mathematics, R. W. M. Gibbs, 219
  • - Ether and Reality, Sir Oliver Lodge, 577
  • - Experiments in the Use of Back Pressure on Oil Wells, T. E. Swigart and C. R. Bopp, 385
  • - Fire Tests with Glass, andc., 629
  • - Fiume Tevere--Idrometro di Ripetta, 303
  • - Flame Safety Lamps, J. W. Paul and Others, 81
  • - Foundry Practice for Draughtsmen, M. Warnock, 165
  • - Grundlagen des Ingenieurholzbaus, Dr.-Ing. Hugo Seitz, 357
  • - Health and Environment, L. Hill and A. Campbell, 714
  • - Highway Engineer's Year-book, 1925, 629
  • - House Heating, Margaret Fishenden, 549
  • - Hydraulics and its Applications, A. H. Gibson, 603
  • - Hydro mechanik, M. Sam ter, 219
  • - Ice and Cold Storage Trades' Directory, 51
  • - Illustrated Technical Dictionaries, Vol. XV., Spinning, Alfred Schlomann, 385
  • - Institution of Civil Engineers, "Proceedings," 549
  • - Instructions for Fitting Geysers, 165
  • - Internal Combustion Locomotive, J. W. Hobson, 714
  • - Introduction to Fluid Motion, W. N. Bond, 629
  • - Involute and Barrel Types of Stator Winding for A.C. Electric Generators, R. Smallwood, 219
  • - Iron Oxides, Activity of, in Removing Hydrogen Sulphide from City Gas, W. A. Dunkley and R. D. Leitch, 385
  • - Jahrbuch der Drahtlosen Telegraphie und Telephonie, 303
  • - Journal of the Institute of Metals, Vol. XXXII., 165
  • - Journal of Iron and Steel Institute, 1924, No. IL, Vol. CX., 136
  • - Journal, Royal Agricultural Society of England, 689
  • - Junior Technical Electricity, R. W. Hutchinson, 165
  • - Kelly's Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers, andc., 577
  • - Kent's Mechanical Engineer's Year Book, 629
  • - La Lumidre Intensive Phares et Projectures, E. Marcotte, 549
  • - La Relativite Degagee d'Hypothdses Metaphysiques, H. Varcollier, 493
  • - La Theorie de la Relativite, A Einstein, 51, 81
  • - Land and Engineering Surveying, T. Baker, 549
  • - L'Electrification Industrielle et Rural de la France, E. Pacoret, 577
  • - Legante Pozzolanico, Di un Nuovo Tipo di, F. Ferrari, 385
  • - L'Enseignement Technique -- Bulletin Mensuel du MusSe Professionel de lEtat a Morlanwelz-Mariemont, 689
  • - L'errore di Situazione dei Punti determinati con procedimenti aerofotogram metrici, andc., G. Cassinis, 385
  • - Les Lignites, E. Marcotte, 81
  • - Les Notions Fondamentales d'Elernent Chimique et d'Atome, G. Urbain, 219
  • - Livellazione Geometrica di Precisione della cittk di Viareggio, G. di Ricco, 385
  • - Locomotive Repair Shops in England, Control Systems for Scheduling Operations, 629
  • - London Fire Brigade, 493
  • - Machine Design, Elements of, S. J. Berard and E. O. Waters, 603
  • - Manchester Royal Exchange Directory, 1925, 577
  • - Marine Engineering Repairs, Engineer- Captain F. J. Drover, R.N., 714
  • - Mechanical Appliances, Mechanical Movements and Novelties of Construction, G. D. Hiscox, 689
  • - Mechanical Design of Overhead Electrical Transmission Lines, E. T. Painton, 331
  • - Mechanical Investigations of Leonardo da Vinci, Ivor B. Hart, 411
  • - Mechanical Mixing Machinery, L. Carpenter, 219

LITERATURE (continued) :

  • Books Received (continued) :
  • - Mechanical World Electrical Pocket-book, 1925, 165
  • - Mechanical World Year Book, 1925, 81
  • - Mechanics, Elements of, F. S. Carey and J. Proudman, 577
  • - Metallurgy of Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, Robert J. Anderson, 577
  • - Metallurgy for Engineers, A Course of, F. C. Thompson, 714
  • - Metallurgy and its Influence on Modern Progress, Sir R. A. Hadfield, 165
  • - Metalworkers' Practical Calculator, J. Matheson, 493
  • - Metalworkers' Practical Calendar, J. Matheson, 438
  • - Microstructure of a Coal Seam, J. Lomax, 657
  • - Mining Cases, Report on, P. G. Bamber, 577
  • - Mining, Modern Practice in, Vol. Coal, Sir R. A. S. Redmayne, 549
  • - Misure balistiche di Valori massimi, andc., and Variazioni di temperatura e di emissione elettronica di un filamento, andc., M. Paris, 385
  • - Modern Soap and Detergent Industry, Vol. II., Geoffrey Martin, 411
  • - Molybdenum, Cerium and Related Alloy Steels, H. W. Gillett and E. L. Mack, 493
  • - Motor Ship Reference Book for 1925, 81
  • - National Screw Thread Commission, Report, 577
  • - Neue Tabellen fur Exzentrisch Gedruckte Eisenbetonquerschnitte, Dr.-Ing. W. Kunze, 577
  • - Nigeria, Railway System of, Report, F. D. Hammond, 493
  • - Notes on Preparing a Tender, R. I. Money, 577
  • - Papermakers of the United Kingdom, 1925, Directory of, 493
  • - People's Year Book, 1925, 81
  • - Physical Chemistry of Igneous Rock Formation, 714
  • - Port Administration and Operation, Brys- son Cunningham, 577
  • - Port of Hull Annual, 1925, H. E. C. Newham ; Port of Hull Monthly Journal, 549
  • - Powell's Electric Supply Share Handbook, H. H. C. Blake, 136
  • - Power Plant Machinery, W. H. James and M. W. Dole, 629
  • - Power Station Operation, Vol. I., 714
  • - Practical D.C. Armature Winding, L. Wollison, 629
  • - Practical Engineer Electrical Pocket Book and Diary, 1925, Conrad Arnold, 81
  • - Practical Engineer Mechanical Pocket Book and Diary, 1925, Ernest G. Beck, 81
  • - Practical Humidity Tables, 549
  • - Practical Water-power Engineering, W. T. Taylor, 629
  • - Punjab Irrigation Branch Paper, No. 20, on Water-logging of the Soil andc., Supplements to, 136
  • - Purification of Copper Sulphate Solutions, G. S. Tilley and O. C. Ralston, 357
  • - Quantities of Materials for Concrete Duff, Abrams and Stanton Walker, 689
  • - Rahmen: Berechnung von Rahmen aus Eisen und Eisenbeton, andc., Dr.-Ing. W. Gehler, 689
  • - Railway Year Book for 1925, 657
  • - Refrigeration in the Chemical Industry, G. W. Daniels, 657
  • - Relativity and Common Sense, F. M. Denton, 165
  • - Report on the Financial, Commercial and Economic Conditions of the Argentine Republic, H. O. Chalkley, 81
  • - Report on the Financial, Commercial and Economic Conditions of the Republic of Panama and Canal Zone, R. Keith Jopson, 81
  • - Republic of Hayti, J. E. M. Carvell, 303
  • - Resistance of Express Trains, C. F. Dendy- Marshall, 603
  • - Rilevamento Topografico dagli Aerci, Lo Stato Attnale dei Metodi di, G. Cassinis, 385
  • - Size and Character of Grains of Non-Metallic Mineral Fillers, W. M. Weigel, 81
  • - Societe des Ingenieurs Civils de France, Annuaire de 1925, 577
  • - Society of Chemical Industry, Annual Reports, 1924, 493
  • - South American Handbook, 1925, 81
  • - Steam Boilers : Their Defects, andc., R. D. Munro and G. Ness, 714
  • - Steam Condensing Plant in Theory and Practice, J. Sim, 603
  • - Steam Power Plant Engineering, G. F. Gebhardt, 714
  • - Steel, J. Rouelle, 577
  • - Stevens' Elements of Mercantile Law, H. Jacobs, 273
  • - Strength of Materials, E. S. Andrews, 689
  • - Strength of Rotating Discs, R. Gardner, 165
  • - Subject Index to Periodicals, 1921, Section K, Science and Technology, 357
  • - Sul Cosiddetto Coefliciente di Sicurezza degli Aeroplani, E. Pistolesi, 411
  • - Sur L'Electrodynamique des Corps en Mouvement, A. Einstein, 51
  • - Sweden Year Book, 1925, 549
  • - Technical Mechanics : Statics, Kinematics and Kinetics, E. R. Maurer and R. J. Roark, 603
  • - Technology of Cotton Machinery, Part I., A. A. Mercier, 657
  • - Theorie und Konstanten Bestimmung des Hydrometrischen Flugels, Dr.-Ing. L. A. Ott, 689
  • - Uber Kostenberechnung im Tiefbau, Dr.-Ing. Heinrich Eckert, 629
  • - Uber Wirthschaftlichen Brennstoffverbrauch im Eisenbahnbetriebe, 657
  • - Untersuchungen uber die Gas und Ol- Gleichdruckturbine, Wilh. Gentsch, 165
  • - Use of Copper and Brass for Domestic Water Services, 714
  • - Verzeichnis der Dr.-Ing.-Dissertationen, W. B. Niemann, 219
  • - Wellington (N.Z.) Harbour Board Accounts, Reports, andc., 689
  • - Weltwirthschaftliches Archiv, Vol. 21, No. 2, 1925, 629
  • - Willis' Workmen's Compensation Acts, W. Addington Willis, 411
  • - Wind und Warme bei der Berechnung holier Schornsteine aus Eisenbeton, Dr. -Ing. Carl Doring, 629

LITERATURE (continued):

  • Books Received (continued):
  • - Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony, W. Greenwood, 629
  • - Wireless Working Hints for Beginners, A. Williams, 81
  • LITTLETON--Queen Mary--Reservoir and Works, 672, 682, 705, 710 (Two-page Supplement, June 19th, 1925)
  • Lloyd's Register--see Ships
  • Lobley, A. G., and C. L. Betts, Gases and Formation of Blow-holes, 540
  • Lock Nut, A New, Herbert Terry and Sons, 544
  • Locomotive-building Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Locomotives, Electric--see Railway Locomotives
  • Lodge, Sir Oliver, Matter and Radiation, 139
  • London County Council Tramways, 576
  • London Section of the British Industries Fair, 55
  • Low Temperature--see Coal

M

  • MACHINE TOOLS:
  • - CUTTING TOOLS RESEARCH REPORTS : 126, 163, 318 ; (Letters), 155
  • -- Action of Cutting Tools, Professor E. G. Coker, 318
  • -- Flow and Rupture during Cutting, Dr. W. Rosenhain and Mr. A. C. Sturney, 126
  • -- Forces on a Cutting Tool, Dr. T. E. Stanton and Mr. J. H. Hyde, 126
  • -- Lathe Tools and Fine Cuts, Dempster Smith and Arthur Leigh, 319, 389
  • - Locomotive Wheel Quartering Machine, Cunliffe and Croom, Ltd., 250
  • - Plano-milling Machine for Profile Work, Wm. Muir and Co., Ltd., 308
  • - Pneumatic Drill, E. M. Ling Engineering Company, Ltd., 442
  • - Presses, Inclinable, with Friction Feed and with Double Roll Feed, Friction-driven Screw Press, Bradley and Turton, Ltd., 239, 240
  • - Re-trueing Railway Carriage Wheels and Tires, Machine for, Hulse and Co., Ltd., 414
  • - Rotary Shears, Bradley and Turton, Ltd., 239
  • - Screw-cutting Lathe, Exe Engineering Company, Ltd., 239
  • - Switchgear, Machine Tool, Electrical Apparatus Company, 362
  • MACHINERY Trade in Germany, 718
  • Makhonine Motor Fuel Process, 211
  • Mangahao Hydro-electric Scheme, 266, 270
  • Manganese--see Iron
  • Marine Engines--see Engines
  • Marine Propulsion--see Ships
  • Massip Steam Trap, E. Lassen and Co., 608
  • Matter and Radiation, Sir Oliver Lodge, 139
  • Measurement of Mechanical Vibrations, H. A. Thomas, 102
  • Mechanical Equivalent of Heat, Joule's First Measurements, W. W. Haldane Gee, 426 ; (Letter), 516
  • Mechanical Shovel--see Shovel
  • Mellanby, Professor A. L., on Supersaturation, 543
  • Metals, Motion of Electricity in, Professor H. A. Lorentz, 512
  • Metropolitan Asylums--see Motor Transport
  • Milestones in the Development of the Prime Mover Locomotive, Loughnan Pendred, 223
  • Milling--see Machine Tools
  • Mills, Sir Frederick, Economics of the Heavy Iron and Steel Industry, 524 ; (Letter), 595 Mine, South African, All-sliming Plant at, 595
  • Mineral Production of New South Wales, 466
  • Mineral Statistics, Our, 108
  • Miniature Radial Drilling Machine, J. Wightman, 497
  • Minor Failures, 463
  • Mitchell, George, Water Supply of the City of Aberdeen, 336
  • Moore, G. E., Stroboscopic Determination of Speeds and Frequencies, 209
  • Morris, J., Vibration in Engine Test Gear, 484
  • Mortising, Boring and Gaining Machine, John Pickles and Son, Ltd., 359
  • Motor Fire-engine, Light, Gwynnes Engineering Company, Ltd., 554
  • Motor Transport in a Public Medical Service, 208, 216
  • Motor Vehicles, Railway--see Railways
  • Motor Workshop Wagon, Albion Motor.Car Company, Ltd., 496
  • Motors, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • Museum, Deutsches, Munich, 644

N

  • NEW South Wales, Mineral Production of, 466
  • New Zealand, Road Construction in, 552, 553
  • Niagara Cantilever Bridge, Demolishing, 608
  • Niagara, New Bridge Over, 490, 492
  • Nowell, Charles, Commercial Libraries, 50

O

  • OBERHASLI Hydro-electric Project, 554
  • OBITUARY :
  • - Acworth, Sir William Mitchell, 410
  • - Austin, Samuel Peter, 385
  • - Baldwin, Arthur Hugh, 602
  • - Baxter, George Handyside, 83
  • - Billington, John Robert, 360
  • - Clark, William, 602
  • - Cleeves, Frederick, 83
  • - Garstin, Sir William E. (Portrait), 82
  • - Goodwyn, Allen, 138
  • - Heaviside, Oliver, 183
  • - Hellins, Henry Herbert, 83
  • - Holden, James, 656
  • - Jacob, Arthur, 411
  • - Johns, W. H., 109
  • - Jones, Henry Edward, 384
  • - Lees, William, 83
  • - Lord Claud Hamilton, 138
  • OBITUARY (continued):
  • - Molesworth, Sir Guilford Lindsey (Portrait), 137
  • - Morison, D. B. (Portrait), 525
  • - Reynolds, T. J., 385
  • - Sampson, John, 569
  • - Simpson, Charles Liddell, 331
  • - Sir D. Goldsmid-Stern-Salomons, 456
  • - Terry, Hubert L., 714
  • - Tyzack, Walter, 138
  • - Wallwork, Roughsedge, 83
  • - Wells, Alfred Ernest, 549
  • - White, Robert, 360
  • - Wordingham, Charles Henry (Portrait), 165
  • OIL-DRIVEN Pumps--see Pumps
  • Oil Engines---see Engines
  • Oil Separator, Industrial Waste Eliminators, 239, 240
  • Ongar--see Wireless

P

  • PATCHELL, W. II., Super Power Stations in America, 264
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS :
  • British :
  • - Aeronautics, 63
  • - Batteries and Accumulators, 255, 695
  • - Building, 396
  • - Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 31, 667, 695
  • - Cranes and Conveyors, 64, 176, 203, 255, 422, 640
  • - Crushing and Grinding, 476, 560
  • - Dynamos and Motors, 121, 175, 285, 313, 367, 475, 503, 559, 587, 639, 667
  • - Electrical Appliances, 421, 613, 667
  • - Engines, Internal Combustion, 63, 147, 229, 313, 341, 367, 421, 475, 503, 587, 639, 695, 723
  • - Engines, Steam, 341
  • - Furnaces, 64, 121, 229, 614
  • - Gas Producers, 229, 342
  • - Lighting and Heating, 32, 148, 203, 476, 532, 588
  • - Locomotives, 560, 587, 614, 668
  • - Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 31, 92, 148, 230, 313, 342, 368, 395, 422, 588, 614, 640, 668
  • - Measuring and Testing Instruments, 64, 92, 147, 203, 341, 422, 449, 531, 559, 640, 667, 696, 723
  • - Mining Machinery, 31, 475, 503, 723
  • - Miscellaneous, 32, 122, 148, 176, 204, 230, 256, 285, 314, 368, 396, 450, 504, 532, 560, 588, 640, 668, 696, 724
  • - Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 314, 367, 450, 504, 588, 724
  • - Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 285, 587
  • - Ships and Boats, 121, 395, 476, 531, 696
  • - Steam Generators, 91, 121, 175, 313, 449, 531, 613
  • - Switchgear, 91, 285, 313, 395, 503, 559, 613, 639
  • - Telegraphs and Telephones, 31, 63, 91, 121, 175, 203, 229, 255, 341, 367, 395, 421, 449, 476, 559, 587, 613, 695, 723
  • - Tramways and Railways, 32, 122, 147, 255, 723
  • - Transformers and Converters, 63, 695
  • - Transmission of Power, 31, 91, 121, 175, 203, 255, 285, 395, 449, 531, 614, 640, 667, 696, 723
  • - Turbine Machinery, 147, 229, 475
  • - Welding, 504, 588, 668
  • PATENTS, United States, 714
  • Pendred, Loughnan, Milestones in the Development of the Prime Mover Locomotive, 223
  • Pensabene-Perez, N., Notes on Variable-speed Alternating-current Motors, 624
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 27, 86, 122, 145, 169, 201, 230, 253, 286, 309, 342, 365, 393, 422, 447, 473, 501, 532, 560, 588, 614, 637, 668, 696, 724
  • Petrol Power Plant, Automatic, D. Adamson and Co., Ltd., 582
  • Philosophy of Cutting, 163
  • Pipe Nipple, Double Expanded, J. Stone and Co., Ltd., 362 ; (Letter), 406
  • Pipe, Wood Stave, 400
  • Pipes, Large Diameter, Centrifugal Casting of, Hurst Ball System, 416
  • Pistons--see Friction
  • Pitting Gauge, V. Pickles and G. Hall, 554
  • Platinum Boom in South Africa, 443
  • Pneumatic Equipment--see Dock
  • Pollock, Walter, Increasing the Efficiency of the Screw Propeller, 402, 444
  • Ports of America and Europe as Seen by an, Australian, 336
  • Post Office Engineering Work, 184
  • Poultney, E. C., on Fifty Per Cent. Cut-off Locomotives, Pennsylvania Railroad System, Part I., 509, 550, 575
  • Power Plant Records, R. H. Parsons, 140
  • Power Scheme, The Shannon, Sir John Purser Griffith, 132, 575
  • Preheaters, Howden-Lj ungstrom Preheaters. Ltd., 240
  • Presses--see Machine Tools
  • Problems of Professional Status, 579
  • Production, Increasing, 715, 717
  • Pulsations, Influence of, on Combustion, J. Deschamps, 152
  • PUMPS :
  • - Centrifugal Pumping Set, Small, J. W. Brooke and Co., Ltd., 280
  • - Clyde, New Dock Equipment, Pumping Arrangements for Prince's Dock and Graving Docks, 233, 242, 274, 304
  • - Combined Electric Motor and Pump, Rhodes, Brydon and Youatt, Ltd., 662
  • - Littleton, Pumping Station, andc., 672, 682, 705, 710 (Two-page Supplement, June 19th, 1925)
  • - Oil-driven Pumping Plant at Chipstead, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 626, 632
  • - Pumping Station in the Fen District, 76
  • - Simla Water Supply, Pumping Station and Plant, 162, 167 (Two-page Supplement, February 6th, 1925)
  • PUNJAB Hydro-electric Scheme, 442
  • Pyrometry--see Engines

Q

  • QUICKSAND ? What is, 633

R

  • RADIUM from a Cornish Mine, 571
  • Radium Industry, Major C. E. S. Phillips, 265

RAILWAY AND RAILWAY MATTERS :

  • - See also Annual Articles
  • General:
  • - Automatic Signalling on the Harrow and Rickmansworth Joint Line, 466
  • - Doors of Railway Trains, 712
  • - Economies in Railway Working, 649
  • - Electric Railway Standardisation, 712
  • - Government Inspection of New Railways, 548
  • - International Railway Congress, 628, 646, 675, 683, 712 ; (Note), 697
  • -- Cost of Traction : Fuel and its Combustion, 647
  • -- Engine Sheds, 676
  • -- High-speed Electric Locomotives, 675
  • -- Level Crossings, 646
  • -- Rails and Rail Joints, 646
  • -- Shunting Yards, 676
  • -- Suburban Services, 677
  • -- Track, 628
  • -- Traffic Control, 677
  • -- Section II., Work : Locomotives and Rolling Stock Questions, 712
  • - Main-line Railway Electrification, Sir Philip Dawson and Professor S. Parker Smith, 98, 156, 620, 650 ; (Letters), 240, 295
  • - Motor Coach with Oil Transmission Gear, Swiss Federal Railways, 308
  • - Notable Railway Appointment, 519
  • - Railway Material for Egypt, 55
  • - Railway Results in 1924, 406, 410
  • - Railway Steam Car for New Zealand, Clayton Wagons, Ltd., 570
  • - Retrueing Railway Carriage Wheels--see Machine Tools
  • - Special Railway Saloon for South Africa, 467
  • - Submarine Tubular Railway, Proposed, 245 ; (Letter), 295
  • - Switchback Railway at the Paris Exhibition, Sir William Arrol and Co. (Swansea), Ltd., 525
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - Federated Malay States Railways, 83
  • - Great Northern Railway Company (Ireland), New Viaduct at Annaghkilly, 139
  • - Indian Railways in 1923ó24, 352
  • - New Zealand Railways, Report on, 235
  • - Southern Railway, New Single-phase Equipment, General Electric Company, 486
  • Foreign Railways :
  • - Germany, Main-line Electrification, 620, 650
  • - Scandinavia, Main-line Electrification, 98, 156
  • - Spanish Railways, Classification of, 469
  • - Swiss Railway Electrification, E. A. Eborall, 485
  • - Virginian Railway, Electrification, 606

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES :

  • General:
  • - Diesel Locomotive Design in Germany, 578
  • - Fifty per Cent. Cut-off Locomotives, Pennsylvania Railroad System, E. C. Poultney, Part I., 509, 550, 575
  • - Garratt Locomotives for South African Railways, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., 498
  • - Geared Shunting Locomotive, Sentinel Wagon Works, 432, 433, 436
  • - General Organisation of Running Sheds, Running Shed Manager, 260
  • - Locomotive Engineers, 244
  • - Locomotive Valve Travel, 711
  • - Milestones in the Development of the Prime Mover Locomotive, Loughnan Pendred, 223
  • - Motor Generator Locomotives, 22,000-Volt, 334
  • - Narrow-gauge Locomotive for Assam, Andrew Barclay, Sons and Co., Ltd., 168
  • - Road Tests of a Diesel-electric Locomotive, Professor G. Lomonossoff, 249
  • - Shipping Locomotives, 86
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • - BRITISH STEAM RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE FROM 1825-1924, E. L. Ahrons, 2, 34, 66, 94, 124, 150, 178, 206, 232, 258, 288, 316, 344, 370, 398, 424, 452, 478, 506, 534, 562, 590, 616, 642, 670, 698; (Letters), 155, 240, 278, 468, 516, 704
  • -- Period 1825-1827, 2
  • -- Period 1828-1831, 34
  • -- Period 1830-1837, 66, 94
  • -- Period 1837-1841, 124, 150
  • -- Period 1841-1848, 178, 206
  • -- Locomotive Performance to 1845, 232
  • -- Period 1846-1849, 258, 288
  • -- Period 1849-1855, 316, 344, 370, 398
  • -- Period 1855-1859, 424, 452
  • -- Period 1860-1865, 534, 562, 590
  • -- Period 1866-1869, 616, 642
  • -- Period 1870-1875, 670, 698
  • -- Locomotive Performances, Speeds, and Coke Consumption, 1845-1859, 478 Coal Burning in Locomotives, 479
  • -- Locomotives Built by British Firms for Abroad (including those for Colonial and Indian Railways), 506
  • -- Addenda, 372
  • -- Addendum, Dewrance's Liverpool and Manchester Railway, 1841-5, 507
  • -- Details, 453, 454, 642
  • -- Miscellaneous Details of Construction 1846-1855, 399
  • -- For Locomotives Illustrated--see Illustrated Index, Subjects
  • - Exchange Trials--see Locomotive Trials
  • - Locomotive Trials, 492, 627 ; (Erratum), 519 ; (Letters), 516, 651, 652, 688
  • - London and North-Eastern Railway New Locomotives, Mikado (2-8-2), Mr. H. N. Gresley's Design, 715, 717 ; Garratt Locomotive, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., 715, 716

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES (continued):

  • British, Colonial and Indian (continued):
  • - Lytham Derailment, 457
  • - Stockton and Darlington Railway Locomotive, The Magnet, 440
  • Foreign :
  • - Electric Locomotives for Main Lines, Scandinavia, 156
  • - Electric Locomotives for the Norte Railway of Spain, 78, 84
  • - French Locomotive Performances, J. T. Burton Alexander, 153
  • - German Federal Railways, Electric Locomotives, 620, 623, 650, 651
  • - Italian Double-ended Diesel-electric Locomotive, 358
  • - Italian Locomotives at the Grenoble Exhibition, 690
  • - Italian Westinghouse Company's Electric Locomotive, New Type of Link Work on, 690
  • - Loetschberg Railway Large Single-phase Locomotives, 128
  • - Virginian Railway, Triple Electric Locomotive for, 606
  • REGULATORS--see Automatic
  • Reservoirs--see Water Supply
  • Rhine to Rhone Canal, Improvement of the, 291
  • Ribble Navigation, 169
  • Road Bridges, Design of, 335
  • Road Construction in New Zealand, 552, 553
  • Road Sweeper, Sprinkler, and Dust' Collector, Combined, Karrier Motors, Ltd., 441 ; (Correction), 504
  • Roads in Devonshire, Andrew Warren, 104
  • Roads, Wood-paved, Effect of Camber on, James Garvie, 570
  • Roadless Half-track Vehicle, Vulcan Motor and Engineering Company, Limited, 572, 574
  • Roller Bearings--see Anti-friction
  • Ropeways, Steep, in South Wales, R. White and Sons, 514 (Two-page Supplement, May 8th, 1925)
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., Atomic Structure of Metals and Alloys, 293
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., and Mr. A. C. Sturney, Flow and Rupture during Cutting, 126
  • Russell, Dr., Address, 76, 79
  • Rutherford, Sir Ernest, The Counting of Atoms, Studies of Atomic Nuclei, 278, 331, 362, 380
  • Ryves, Reginald, on Design for a Cellular Gravity Dam, 279
  • Ryves, Reginald, on Indian Monsoons and Floods in 1924, 290

S

  • SAINT Paul's Cathedral : Its Structure, Defects and Repair, William Harvey, 129
  • Salaries of Engineers, 114
  • Sankey, Captain H. Riall, James Forrest Lecture on Heavy Oil Engines, Large Engines of the Self-ignition Type, 508
  • Sao Paulo, New Water and Drainage Projects for, 237
  • Scoble, Dr. W. A., Report of Wire Ropes Research Committee, 128
  • Shannon Power Scheme, Sir John Purser Griffith, 132, 575
  • Sharr, Francis J., Method of Increasing Workshop Efficiency, 513 ; (Letter), 569
  • Shears--see Machine Tools
  • Shifting a Bridge in Vienna, 429

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :

  • General:
  • - Efficiency of the Screw Propeller, Suggested Method of Increasing, Walter Pollock, 402, 444 ; (Letter), 468
  • - Evolution of the Steamship, Engineer- Captain Edgar C. Smith, 104
  • - Fuel Consumptions of Steam and Oil-engined Vessels, Sterry B. Freeman, 136
  • - Germany's Mercantile Fleet, 308
  • - H.M.S. Triumph and her Cylinder Liner, Engineer-Captain Edgar C. Smith, 478
  • - Japan's Contribution to Naval Architecture, Professor F. P. Purvis, 401
  • - Lloyd's Register :
  • -- Annual Summary, 116
  • -- Quarterly Shipbuilding Returns, 46, 405
  • - Marine Oil Engine Progress, 191
  • - Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee, 346, 355, 403
  • - Marine and Small Craft Exhibits at the Agricultural Hall, 326

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued):

  • General {continued):
  • - Model Experiments with Anti-rolling Tanks, H. J. R. Biles, 429
  • - Papers, Other, Read before the Institution of Naval Architects--see Associations, andc.
  • - Propeller Jet Marine Propulsion, Edmund S. G. Rees, 494
  • - Propulsive Performance of the Corrugated Ship, E. V. Telfer and A. H. Haver, 430
  • - Righting a Scuttled Destroyer, 434
  • - Shipbuilding in Germany, 356
  • - Shipyard Labour Conditions, British and Foreign, E. T. Good, 660
  • - Stability and Seaworthiness, G. Frodsham Holt, 430
  • - State of British Shipbuilding, 301
  • - Stresses on Rectangular Plates, Professor C. E. Inglis, 429
  • - Tonnage Legislation, E. Blocksidge, 430
  • - Trading Conditions and Intermediate Passenger Vessels, W. G. Cleghorn, 430
  • - Wake Propeller Coefficients, Admiral D. W. Taylor, 402
  • British Navy :
  • - Australian Naval Defence, 383
  • - New Battleships, 49
  • Naval Matters :
  • - Experiments on H.M.S. Wolf, Analysis of Sir John Biles' Paper on, G. H% Hoffmann, 401
  • - Naval Shipbuilding Requirements, 547
  • - Navy Estimates, 329
  • - Warship Launchings in 1925, 662
  • Foreign Navies :
  • - Dutch Torpedo-boat Destroyers, New, 632
  • - Italian Scouts, New, The Leone, Pantera, Tigre, 456, 600, 604
  • - Salving the French Battleship Liberte, 487
  • - Siamese Gunboat Ratanakosindr, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 521
  • - Swedish Navy, Destroyers Nils Ehrenskold and O. H. Nordenskjold, 685
  • - United States High-speed Cruiser Marblehead, 358
  • Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • - Aorangi, Union Steamship Company's Motor Liner, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 6, 16, 23, 42, 48, 71, 72, 106, 110, 111 (Supplement, January 2nd, 1925) (Two-page Supplement, January 16th, 1925)
  • - Beldis, Motor Ship, with a Cargo of Locomotives, 86
  • - Bintang, Steamship, Conversion of, L. J. Le Mesurier, 380
  • - Italian Motor Liners, Largest in the World, 680
  • - Latvian Icebreaker Krisjanis Valdemars, Wm. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 686
  • - Launch of the Italian Liner, Conte Biancamono, 497
  • - Oronsay, Twin-screw Geared Turbine Orient Liner, John Brown and Co., Ltd., 185, 190, 212, 213
  • - Raby Castle, Single-screw Motor Ship, Lancashire Shipping Company, Ltd., 458
  • - Ship's Motor Lifeboat with Wireless Equipment, 160 ; (Letter), 188
  • - Sycamore and Dolius Trials, 346, 355, 403 ; (Letter), 485
  • - Thames Motor Tug Sparteolus, A. H. Green and Co., Ltd., 326
  • - Twin-screw Ferry Boat Kathleen, John I. Thornycroft, Ltd., 662
  • SHOVEL, Mechanical, for Subway Work, Bucyrus Company, 633
  • Signalling, Automatic--see Railways
  • Sillimanite in the Glass Industry, Two Papers on, 273
  • Simpkin, N., Lecture on Low-temperature Carbonisation, 487
  • Sixty Years Ago, 27, 46, 85, 114, 136, 155, 188, 219, 245, 278, 295, 331, 360, 380, 411, 431, 460, 488, 521, 544, 567, 607, 619, 661, 689, 704 ; (Letters), 76, 468
  • Smith, Dempster, and Arthur Leigh, on Experiments with Lathe Tools on Fine Cuts, andc., 318, 389
  • Smith, Engineer-Captain Edgar C., on Evolution of the Steamship, 104
  • Societies--see Associations
  • SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - 86, 142, 196, 250, 307, 403, 553, 581, 632, 687
  • - African Lake, New, 581
  • - Bwana Mckubwa Copper Mine, 687
  • - Concrete Cooling Towers, 307
  • SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES (continued) :
  • - Demands for New Railways, 581
  • - Device for Handling Grain, 581
  • - Dutton Road-rail Transport System, 86
  • - Electricity for Durban, 633
  • - Electrification of Railways—see Railway
  • - Floating Water Wheel, 196
  • - Gas for Johannesburg, 553
  • - German Locomotives for South Africa, 307
  • - Gold Basis, 687
  • - Gold Mine, Another, 687
  • - Gold Output—see Transvaal
  • - Large Mine Fan, 581
  • - Mineral Output in 1924, 581
  • - Mineral Production in South Africa, 143
  • - Mineral Production of the Union, 251
  • - Mining Efficiency, 687
  • - Modified Fairlie Locomotive, 553
  • - Natal Electric Railway, 633
  • - Natal’s Coal Resources, 633
  • - Natal’s Electric Trains, 307
  • - Newcastle Iron and Steel Works, 403
  • - Orders for Locomotive Boilers, 143
  • - Pig Iron from Union Ore, 250
  • - Quarter’s Gold Output, 581
  • - Railway Electrification in South Africa, 86. 196
  • - Rand Gold Industry, 403
  • - Rand Rockbursts Inquiry, 142
  • - Rolling Stock for South Africa, 307
  • - South African Railways, Progress of, 307
  • - Steel Making in South Africa, 307
  • - Transvaal Gold Output, 86, 307
  • - Transvaal Record Gold Output, 196
  • - Union Air Mail Service, 250, 581
  • - Union Irrigation Development, 553
  • - Union Mineral Statistics, 633
  • - Union Orders Go to Germany, 581
  • - Union Railway Budget, 553
  • - Union Railway Deal, 687
  • - Union Steel Industry, 687
  • - U.S.A. Rails for the Union, 581
  • - Vaal River Pumping Plant, 196
  • - What Gold Mines Spend, 553
  • - World’s Greatest Copper Producer, 86
  • SPEED and Weight, 271
  • Spraying Plant, An Improved, A. C. Wells and Co., 58
  • Standardisation of Crane Essentials, Edward G. Fiegehen, 619
  • Standardisation, Industrial, C. le Maistre, 129
  • Stanton, Dr. T. E., and Mr. J. H. Hyde, Forces on a Cutting Tool, 126 ; (Letter), 155
  • Stanton, Dr. T. E., Friction of Piston and Piston Rings, 70 ; (Letter), 240
  • Static Condensers—see Electrical Matters, 543
  • Status of Engineers, 107 ; (Paragraph), 89
  • Steam Engines—see Engines
  • Steam Regeneration : Its Possibilities, C. O. Towler, 592
  • Steam Trap, A Simple, E. Lassen and.Co., 608
  • Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Stroboscopic Determination of Speeds and Frequencies, G. E. Moore, 209
  • Supersaturation, Professor A. L. Mellanby, 543
  • Switchback—see Railways

T

  • TAFJORD Power Development, 295
  • Tank Gauge, Negretti and Zambra, 470
  • Taylor, H. W., Three-wire Direct-current Distribution Networks, 75
  • Taylor, Major A. M., High-pressure Cables, 108, 115 ; (Letter), 140
  • Technical Education--see Association of Technical Institutions
  • Tee Square, A New, Axene, Ltd., 169
  • Telephones, 164 ; (Letters), 188, 278
  • Telephones, Automatic, 302
  • Telfer, E. V., and A. H. Haver, Propulsive Performance of the Corrugated Ship, 430
  • Thom, A., and J. Small, on Velocity .of Wind in Conical Ducts, 262
  • Thomas, H. A., on Measurement of Mechanical Vibrations, 102
  • Time Element, 438
  • Tinning Compound, Soldo Company, 413
  • Towler, C. O., Steam Regeneration : Its Possibilities, 592
  • Tracey, A. I., Super-tension Cable Dielectrics, 580
  • Trade of the Port of Wellington, N.Z., 635
  • Traffic Delay and Level Crossings, 76
  • Tramway Transport, Vitality of, 718
  • Tripp, G. W., Apprenticeship in the Royal Ordnance Factories, 372
  • Turbine Equipment for Power Station, 321, 328
  • Turbine, Hydraulic, New Type of, Ateliers de Constructions Mecaniques de Vevey, 220
  • Turbine, Internal Combustion, 684
  • Turbine, Internal Combustion, Dr. T. B. Morlev 278
  • Turbines--see also Ships
  • Turner, T. H., Detection of Strain in Mild Steels, 540

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT Percentages, 601
  • Uniflow Engines--see Engines
  • United States Patents, 714

V

  • VELOCITY of Wind in Conical Ducts, A. Thom and J. Small, 262
  • Viaducts, Railway--see Railways
  • Vibration, 628
  • Vibration in Engine Test Gear, J. Morris, 484
  • Vibrations, Mechanical, Measurement of, H. A. Thomas, 102

W

  • WAGON Motor Workshop, Albion Motor Car Company, Ltd., 496
  • Wagons, 15-Ton Side-tipping, Charles Roberts and Co., Ltd., 85
  • War Office Subsidy 2-Ton Chassis, Vulcan Motor and Engineering Company (1906), Ltd., 378, 379
  • Warren, Andrew, on Roads in Devonshire, 104
  • Water Resources of Canada, 97, 439
  • Water-softening Plant at Burnell and Co.'s Works, Ellesmere Port, 386
  • WATER SUPPLY:
  • - Bombay Water Supply, Tansa Completion - Works, 495
  • - City of Aberdeen, Supply, George Mitchell, 336
  • - Kingston-upon-Hull, New Waterworks for, H3
  • - Littleton - Queen Mary - Reservoir and Works, 672, 682, 705, 710 (Two-page Supplement, June 19th, 1925)
  • - London Water Supply, Some Features of, H. E. Stilgoe, 159
  • - Protection of Underground Water, Report by Advisory Committee, 512
  • - Simla Water Supply, 4200ft. Head Pumping Station, 162, 167 (Two-page Supplement, February 6th, 1925)
  • - Torquay Water Supply, 457
  • WATERLOO Temporary Bridge, Sir Wm. Arrol and Co., Ltd., 686, 701 (Two-page Supplement, June 26th, 1925)
  • Weighing Machine with Special Mechanism, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 238
  • Welding Problems, ProfessorC. R. Darling, 113
  • Wind--see Velocity
  • Winder--see Coal ; also Electric Matters
  • Wire Chain Making, 239, 276, 292
  • Wire Flattening, 193
  • Wire Ropes Research, Dr. W. A. Scoble, 128
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY
  • - Current Transformer Methods of Producing Small Known Voltages, andc., D. W. Dye, 295
  • - Local Reflection of Wireless Waves from the Upper Atmosphere, E. V. Appleton and A. F. Barnett, 441
  • - London Broadcasting Station, New, British Broadcasting Company's Equipment, 306
  • - Measurement of Frequency and Allied Quantities in Wireless Telegraphy, Colonel K. E. Edgeworth and G. W. N. Cobbold, 295
  • - New Wireless Bill, 217
  • - Ongar and Brentwood Wireless Stations, 596, 597
  • - Resistance in Wireless Circuits, Professor C. R. Fortescue, 265
  • - Seven-valve Supersonic Wireless Receiver, Western Electric Company, 470
  • - Wireless Telegraphy and Signalling Bill, 349
  • WOOD Stave Pipe, 400
  • Wood-working Machines : Universal Wood Worker, Wood-mortising Machine, Wood Moulding Machine and Examples of Work, Thomas Robinson and Son, Ltd., 522
  • Work, Chip and Tool, 126, 135
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