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The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1926 Jan-Jun: Miscellaneous Index.

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  • ABRASIVE Blocks, Commutator Grinding Block Company, 249
  • Accelerometer and Air Speed Recorder, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 37
  • Activated--see Sewage
  • Adhesives, 500
  • "Aeroflex," Improved Electric Fuse, 366
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • - See also Annual Articles
  • - Air Transport, 518
  • - Civil Marine Aircraft, 324
  • - International Tests of Aeronautical Models, 174
  • - Italian Airship Norge, 437
  • - Metal Aeroplane Developments, Boulton and Paul, Ltd., 306
  • - "Pterodactyl" Tailless Aeroplane, Captain G. T. R. Hill, 463, 498, 501
  • - Relationship of Physics to Aeronautical Research, H. E. Wimperis, 613
  • - Technical Aspects of the Commercial Airship, B. N. Wallis, 217 ; (Letter), 296
  • - Wireless Equipment of a Seaplane, 209
  • AGRICULTURE, Applications of Engineering to, Frank Ayton, 645, 647 ; (Letter), 673
  • Agricultural Engineering, 128
  • Agricultural Machinery Exhibition at Brussels, 242
  • Air Compressor with Cylinder 4.5in. by 6in. and 5 H.P. Oil Engine, Blackstone Company,
  • Air Pollution in English Towns and Cities, John B. C. Kershaw, 433 ; (Letter), 580
  • Alloys, Light, or Steel ? 528
  • Aluminium-copper-tin Alloys, Dr. D. Stockdale, 318
  • American Engine Trials--see Engines
  • AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :
  • - 79, 162, 190, 465, 504, 552, 661
  • - American Shipbuilding, 661
  • - Blast-furnace, New 700-Ton, 661
  • - Concrete Roads, 465
  • - Conveyors in Coal Mines, 465
  • - Creosoting Works of the Southern Pacific Railway, 162
  • - Diesel-electric Dredger, 162
  • - Economy in Turbine Plants, 504
  • - Electrical Energy, 190
  • - Electric Excavators, 552
  • - Ferro-sulphurous Blast-furnace, 552
  • - Heavy Dredging Work, 79
  • - Iron and Steel, 190
  • - Labour, 190
  • - Large Locomotive Terminus, 552
  • - Leaching Low-grade Copper Ore, 552
  • - Locomotives with Trailing Bogies, 79
  • - Machine Operation of a Coal Mine, 504
  • - Mountain Railway Engineering, 79
  • - Ocean Shipping, 190
  • - Railway Labour-saving Machinery, 552
  • - Railway Lift Bridges, 504
  • - Simplified Practice, 191
  • - Strengthening a 416ft. Bridge Span, 465
  • - Twelve-coupled American Locomotives, 661
  • - Underground Mining of Limestone, 162
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES :
  • - AERONAUTICS IN 1925, 10, 32 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- British, Some, Military and Civil Aeroplanes, 10, 32
  • -- A. V. Roe and Co., Ltd.:
  • -- Avro "Bison" Fleet-spotting Machine, 10 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Avro-Lynx Seaplane, 10
  • -- English Electric Company Ltd.:
  • -- Metal-hulled "Kingston" Flying Boat, 12 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Handley Page, Ltd.:
  • -- Triple-engined "Hampstead" Passenger Machine, 10 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Short Brothers, Ltd.:
  • -- All-metal Aircraft Construction, 11
  • -- 32 H.P. All-metal Monoplane Flying Boat, 11, 12
  • -- Experimental Duralumin-hulled Flying Boat, 12 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Vickers Ltd.:
  • -- "Vanguard" 25-Seater Passenger Biplane, with "Condor" Engine, 10, 11 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- "Vixen" Military Machine 11 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Westland Aircraft Works :
  • -- Yeovil Bombing Machines, 10 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • - Additional Military and Civil Aeroplanes, 32,
  • - Armstrong, Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd.:
  • -- "Ajax" Two-seater Reconaissance Biplane, with "Jaguar" Engine, 33, 44
  • -- "Argosy" Three-engined Passenger Biplane, 32, 33
  • - Beardmore, Wm., and Co., Ltd.:
  • -- Two-seater, Fighter Biplane, with Rolls- Royce "Eagle" Engine and "Lamblin" Radiator, 33, 34
  • - Bristol Aeroplane Company, Ltd.:
  • -- Various Aeroplanes and Engines, 34, 35
  • -- Variable Timing Gear, 34, 35
  • -- Bristol "Bloodhound" Test Results, 35
  • - Fairey Aviation Company, Ltd.:
  • -- Fairey "Fox" Two-seater Day Bomber with Fairey-Reed Metal Air Screw and Fairey "Felix" D 12 400 H.P. Aeroengine, 32
  • -- Fairey "Fawn" Three-seater Army Machine with Napier "Lion" Engine, 32 "Flycatcher" Single-seater Scout, Variable Types and Engines, 32
  • -- Fairey III. D Seaplane, 32
  • - Gloucestershire Aircraft Company, Ltd.:
  • -- "Gamecock" Single-seater Fighter with "Jupiter" Engine, 33
  • -- "Gloster III." Single-seater Racing Sea- plane, 33, 44
  • -- "Gorcock" Single-seater Fighter with Napier "Lion" Engine, 33
  • -- "Jupiter Greve," Developed Type, 33
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):
  • - Hawker Engineering Company, Ltd.:
  • -- "Woodcock" Single - seater Fighter ; "Heron" Single-seater with Metal Structural Details ; "Hedgehog" Three- seater Biplane: "Woodcock," "Heron" and "Hedgehog," with Bristol "Jupiter" Engines, 32
  • -- "Horsley" Day Bomber with Rolls- Royce Condor Engine, 32
  • -- Single-seater Fighters for Royal Danish Navy, with Siddeley "Jaguar" Mark IV. Engines, 33
  • - Parnall, George, and Co.:
  • -- "Plover" Single-seater Fighter, with "Jupiter" or "Jaguar" Engine, 34, 44
  • - Airships :
  • -- U.S. Shenandoah, British R 33, 35
  • -- Civil Aviation, 10
  • - Helicopters :
  • -- Autogiro, 35
  • - ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1925, 20, 48 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Electric Motors, 48
  • -- Electric Traction, 49 ; Storage Battery Mine Locomotive, Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Ltd., 49
  • -- Generating Sets, 21
  • -- Barking Power Station, 40,000-Kilowatt Parsons Turbo-generator Set, 21 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Bow Generating Station, 22 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Turbo-generator at Bradford Electricity Works, English Electric Company, 22 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Hydro-electric Plant, 48
  • -- Mercury Vapour Rectifiers, 21
  • -- Sub-station Plant, Mercury Vapour and Static Transformer Sections, 21
  • -- Mining Plant, 49
  • -- Miscellaneous, 50
  • -- Rolling Mill Plant, 49
  • -- Sub-station Plant, 22
  • -- Automatic Sub-stations, 22
  • -- Supervisory Control Equipment for Automatic Sub-station, Metropolitan- Vickers Company, 22 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Switchgear, 48
  • -- Telephone Cables, 50
  • -- Transformers, 48
  • -- Testing Transformers for Sustained Arc between Points 114in. Apart, Ferranti, Ltd., 48
  • -- Wireless Communication, 20
  • -- Automatic Call Apparatus, Marconi Company, Radio Communication Company, 21 ; Daventry Wireless Transmitting Gear, 20
  • - Fluctuations in Prices of Engineering Materials during 1925, 9
  • - GAS ENGINEERING IN 1925, 63
  • -- Combined Nitrogen Production, 64
  • -- Gasworks and Low-temperature Carbonisation, 63
  • -- Synthetic Alcohol, 64
  • -- Technical Progress, 64
  • -- Utilisation of Coke, 64
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued):
  • - HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS IN 1925, 50
  • - United Kingdom, 50
  • -- Bristol Channel and South Wales Ports, 50
  • -- British Waterways, 51
  • -- London, Port of, 50
  • -- Mersey and Manchester Ship Canal, 50
  • -- Naval Dockyards, 51
  • -- North-East Coast and Humber Ports, 50
  • -- Other Ports, 50
  • -- Scotland, 50
  • -- Southampton, 50
  • - Africa, 51
  • - European Ports, 51
  • -- Belgium, 51
  • -- Continental Waterways, 51
  • -- France, 51
  • -- Germany, 51
  • -- Holland, 51
  • -- Italy, 51
  • - North and South America, 51
  • -- Canada, 51
  • -- South America, 51
  • -- United States, 51
  • - The East, 51
  • - Locomotives--see Steam
  • - MOTOR SHIPS AND MARINE OIL ENGINES IN 1925, 14, 17,18
  • -- (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Brown-Sulzer Engine, 14, 17, 18, 19
  • -- Continental Progress in 1925, 19
  • -- Double-acting Engines, 14, 17
  • -- Asturias, R.M.S.P. Motor Passenger Liner, and One of Main Engines, 14, 17, 18
  • -- North British Two-cycle Sliding Cylinder Engine, 17, 18
  • -- Swedish-American Liner Gripsholm, 17, 18 (Supplement, January 1st, 1925)
  • -- Mirrlees-Nobel 1000 B.H.P. Two-cycle Engine, 19
  • -- "Neptune" Type Marine Engine, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 18, 19
  • -- Opposed Piston Engines, 19
  • -- Single-acting Four-cycle Engines, 17
  • -- Raby Castle, North-Eastern' Werkspoor Motor for, 17 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Single-acting Two-cycle Engines, 17
  • -- Upwey Grange Houlder Line Motor Reirigerator Ship, 17, 18 (Supplement, January 1926)
  • -- Motor Ships and Marine Oil Engines in America, 19
  • -- Worthington 2900 B.H.P. Double-acting Engine, 19
  • -- Conclusion, 20
  • - NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1925, 5
  • -- British Empire, 5
  • -- France, 6
  • -- Italy, 7
  • -- Japan, 6
  • -- Minor Navies, 7
  • -- United States, 6
  • ANNUAL ARTICLES (continued) :
  • - RAILWAYS IN 1925, 46
  • -- Great Western, 47
  • -- London Electric Railways, 47
  • -- London, Midland and Scottish, 46
  • -- London and North-Eastern, 46
  • -- Metropolitan, 47
  • -- Metropolitan and Great Central Joint Railway, 47
  • -- Southern, 47
  • -- Two Light Railways, 47
  • - SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1925, 23
  • -- Bradford Esholt Scheme, 23
  • -- Falmouth, New Main Drainage Works at,
  • -- General Outlook, 22
  • -- Leeds Main Drainage and Sewage Disposal Works, 23
  • -- London Main Drainage, 22
  • -- Manchester, 22
  • -- Reading, New Disposal Works at, 23
  • -- Salford, 23
  • -- Wandle Valley Joint Sewerage Board, 23
  • -- Works Completed, Under Construction or in Contemplation, 23
  • - STEAM LOCOMOTIVES OF 1925, 2
  • -- (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)--see also Illustrations, Names Index and Subjects Index, Locomotives
  • -- French Engines :
  • -- P.L.M. Railway, Eight-coupled Passenger Engines, 5 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Paris-Orleans Eight-coupled Passenger Engine, 5 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Great Western Railway, 2 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Great Western Railway Passenger Engine Saint Martin, 2 (Supplement, January ls´, 1926)
  • -- London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 2 London, Midland and Scottish Railway Three-cylinder Compound Engine, 2
  • -- London and North-Eastern Railway, 2 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- London and North-Eastern Engines, "Mikado" Type Locomotive, "Garratt" Locomotive, 2 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- London and North-Eastern Railway Engine with Lentz Valve Gear, 2
  • -- Makers' Locomotives :
  • -- Avonside Engine Company, Fireless Locomotive, 2, 3
  • -- Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., South Australian Railways, Six-coupled Engine, 5
  • - -W. G. Bagnall, Ltd., Madras and S.M. Railway, 3
  • -- Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., Garratt Engine, Indian State N.W. Railway, 3 ; Experimental Ljungstrom Geared Turbine Engine, 3, 4
  • -- Hawthorn, R. and W., Leslie and Co., Ltd., Indian State Railways, Tank Engine, 5
  • -- North British Locomotive Company, Ltd., South African Railways Modified "Fairlie" Engine, 3 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Peckett and Sons, Ltd., Saddle-tank Engine, 4
  • -- Robert Stephenson and Co., Ltd., Somerset and Dorset Joint Railway, Eight-coupled Goods Engine, 4
  • -- Vulcan Foundry, Ltd., Nigerian Railways Three-cylinder Narrow-gauge Engine, 4 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Yorkshire Engine Company, Ltd., Oil- burning Engine, Central Railway of Peru, 4
  • -- Southern Railway, 2 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Southern Railway, Express Passenger Engine, "King Arthur" Class, 2 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • - STEAMSHIPS OF 1925, 7
  • -- (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- British-built Liners, 7
  • -- Caledonia, Anchor-Cunard Liner, 8
  • -- Carinthia, Cunard Liner, 7
  • -- Conte Biancamano, Lloyd Sabaudo Company, 8 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Llandovery Castle, Union-Castle Liner, 7
  • -- Princess Marguerite, Canadian Pacific Liner, 8
  • -- Ranchi, Peninsular and Oriental S.N. Company, 7 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Dredgers Built During 1925, 8
  • -- Railway and River Boats, 8
  • -- Repairs and Reconditioning, 8
  • -- Salvage Operations and Shipbreaking, 8
  • -- Some New Developments, 8
  • -- Some Refrigerator Ships, 8
  • - WATER SUPPLY IN 1925, 35
  • -- (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- British Works :
  • -- Belfast's Silent Valley Scheme, 36
  • -- Bradford, 35
  • -- Cardiff, 36
  • -- Loch Katrine Works, 36
  • -- Manchester Corporation Waterworks : Haweswater Scheme, Heaton Park Reservoir, Thirlmere, 35
  • -- Queen Mary Reservoir, 35 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • - Taf Fechan Water Supply Board, 36
  • -- Wakefield's Ryburn Valley Scheme, 36
  • -- Works in Hand or in Contemplation, 36
  • -- Hong Kong Water Supply, 36
  • -- Sennar Dam and the Gezira Irrigation Scheme, 36 (Supplement, January 1st, 1926)
  • -- Singapore Water Supply from Johore, 37
  • -- Other Works Abroad, 37
  • ANTOFAGASTA, Port of, Enlargement at, 441
  • Architectural-- see traditional
  • Armour Plate, Manufacture of, Monsieur Bacle, 186
  • Armstrong, Professor H. E., Fuel Research, Report on the Coal Industry, 375, 524
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:
  • - Association, British Acetylene and Welding :
  • -- Notes on Welding of Aluminium, Edgar T. Painton, 189
  • - Association, British Waterworks :
  • -- Summer Meeting at Bristol, Programme, 649
  • - Association, Diesel Engine Users' :
  • -- Heavy Oil Engine Installations, Geoffrey Porter, 277
  • -- Industrial Tests of Internal Combustion Engines, W. A. Tookey, 437
  • -- Specifications for Lubricating Oils for Use on Heavy Oil Engines, E. W. Johnston, 615
  • - Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • -- Garratt Locomotive, R. H. Whitelegg, 392
  • - Association, Incorporated, Municipal Electrical :
  • -- Industrial Electric Heating, A. P. M. Fleming and J. H. Crossley, 669
  • -- Operating Costs of Electric Battery Vehicles C. W. Marshall, 668
  • -- Presidential Address, R. B. Mitchell, 635
  • -- Supplies to Outlying Districts, S. E. Britton, 635
  • -- Thirty-first Annual Convention at Glasgow, 635, 668
  • - Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • -- Annual Meeting, 447, 600, 627
  • -- Coal-blending, D. Brownlie, 628
  • -- Effect of Mass in the Heat Treatment of Nickel Steel, Dr. W. Rosenhain and others, 628
  • -- Hardening and Tempering of High-speed Steel, A. R. Page, 630
  • -- Hardness of Carbon Steels at High Temperatures, I. G. Slater and T. H. Turner,' 629
  • -- List of Papers Taken as Read, 630
  • -- Ratio of the Tensile Strength of Steel to the Brinell Hardness Number, R. H. Greaves and J. A. Jones, 630
  • -- Autumn Meeting Programme, 447, 630
  • -- Bessemer Gold Medal Award, 600
  • -- Past and Future of the Steel Industry, Sir W. P. Rylands, 574, 583, 601
  • -- Programme, 447
  • -- Report on the Heterogeneity of Steel Ingots, 528, 601
  • -- Silicates in Steel Ingots, J. H. S. Dickenson, 528, 602
  • - Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • -- Electric-hydraulic Steering Gear, Dr. Hele- Shaw and T. E. Beacham, 506
  • - Institute of Metals :
  • -- Annual Dinner, 293
  • -- Annual and Extraordinary General Meeting, List of Papers, 222
  • -- Annual Meeting, 222, 292, 317, 345
  • -- Extraordinary Meeting, New Articles of Association, 346
  • -- Aluminium-Copper-Tin Alloys, Dr. D. Stockdale, 318
  • -- Brittle Ranges of Bronze, W. L. Kent, 318
  • -- Constitution of the Alloys of Silver and Tin, A. J. Murphy, 345
  • -- Corrosion of an Ancient Tin Specimen, Professor C. O. Bannister, 346
  • -- Crystal Growth in Recrystallised Metals, Dr. W. Feitknecht, 317
  • -- Determination of Zinc Oxide in Brass, Dr. B. S. Evans and Mr. N. F. Richards, 346
  • -- Die Casting of Aluminium Alloys, George Mortimer, 292
  • -- Hardness of Cold-rolled Copper, S. L. Hoyt and T. R. Schermerhorn, 292
  • -- Influence of Gases at High Temperatures, A. Glynne Lobley and Douglas Jepson, 318
  • -- Intermetallic Compounds, W. Hume-Rothery, 345
  • -- Macrostructure of Cast Metals, R. Genders, 317
  • -- Mechanical Properties of a Nickel-Copper Alloy, H. J. Tapsell and J. Bradley, 346
  • -- Single Crystals of Metals, Sixteenth May Lecture, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 559
  • -- Soft Soldering of Copper, Dr. T. B. Crow, 318
  • -- Softening of Strain-hardened Metals, andc., R. W. Bailey, 292
  • -- Striation Due to Working or Corrosion, Monsieur A. M. Portevin, 346,
  • - Institute of Physics :
  • -- Relationship of Physics to Aeronautical Research, H. E. Wimperis, 613
  • - Institute of Transport:
  • -- Sixth Congress Programme, 468
  • - Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • -- Annual Dinner, 293
  • -- April Examinations, 1926, Pass List (Interim) and Associate Membership, 565
  • -- Construction of a Breakwater Head at Madras, Colin Robert White, 464
  • -- Conversazione, 640 ; Three Lectures, Models and other Exhibits, Compressed Air Machinery, Monel Metal Parts, Metallurgical Exhibits, Optophone for the Blind, Manometer, Ventilating and Displacement, Vertical Vibrograph and Stress Recorder, Fan Brake Dynamometer, Dust Counter, 640
  • -- Khyber Railway, Victor Bayley, 221
  • -- Khyber Railway, Survey and Construction of, Colonel Gordon R. Hearn, 221
  • -- Limiting Stresses, Discussion, 472
  • -- October Examinations, 1925, Pass List, 161
  • - ASSOCIATION OF LONDON STUDENTS :
  • -- Caine Waterworks Company, Recent Improvements in the Works of, J. Kennard, 68
  • -- Development of Harbour and Dock Engineering, Vernon-Harcourt Lecture, Sir Cyril Kirkpatrick, 24
  • -- Driving a Cable Tunnel under the Thames, 242
  • - BIRMINGHAM AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION :
  • - JOINT MEETING :
  • -- Road Transport and its Possible Developments, Papers by Major F. C. Cook, Mr. C. Owen Silvers, and Sir John Thorny- croft, and Discussion, 207, 208
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :
  • - Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • -- American Switchgear, 192
  • -- Application of Machinery at the Coal Face, Sam Mavor, 444
  • -- Design of Storage Battery Locomotives for Use in Mines, L. Miller, 444
  • -- Electric Traction on the Orleans Railway, H. Parodi, 408
  • -- Electricity in Mines, R. Nelson, 444
  • -- Improvement of Power Factor, Edgar Wall Dorey, 182
  • -- Semi-Jubilee Dinner, 130
  • -- Summer Meeting, 384
  • -- Testing Static Transformers, Lindley Thompson and H. Walmsley, 158
  • - SOUTH MIDLAND CENTRE:
  • -- Joint Meeting on Road Transport, 207
  • - WIRELESS SECTION :
  • -- Frequency Variations in Thermionic Generators, Lieut.-Colonel K. E. Edgeworth: 70
  • -- Propagation of Radio Waves, J. Hollingworth, 192
  • -- Rugby Wireless Station, E. H. Shaughnessy, 448
  • - Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :
  • -- Nobel Oil Engine, P. H. Wilson, 324
  • -- Werkspoor Marine Oil Engine, G. J. Lugt, 193
  • - Institution of Heating and Ventilating Engineers :
  • -- Summer Meetings, 621
  • - Preliminary Programme, 621
  • - Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • -- Commercial Aspect of Foundry Work, J. Wolstenholme, 130
  • -- Lifting and Shifting Machinery, C. H. Woodfield, 306
  • -- Pipework : Its Manufacture and Lay-out, G. H. Willett, 351
  • -- Power Stations in U.S.A, in 1925, Honorary Member's Lecture, W. H. Patchell, 224
  • -- Tendencies in Modern Electric Practice, J. M. Seddon, 306
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • -- High Efficiency Oil Engine, A. E. L. Chorlton. 360, 364, 394 ; (Letter), 363
  • -- Marine Oil Engines Trial Committee's Report, 65
  • -- Measurement of Cutting Temperatures, E. G. Herbert, 24, 238--see also North-Western Branch
  • -- Modern Development of Paper Mill Plant, W. W. Beaumont and Leslie N. Burt, 462, 476
  • -- Piston Temperatures and Heat Flow in High-speed Petrol Engines, Professor A. H. Gibson, 122
  • -- Summer Meeting at Ipswich, 645
  • -- Applications of Engineering to Agriculture, Frank Ayton, 645, 647
  • -- Modern Flour Milling Machinery, Lieut.- Colonel F. W. Turner, 635, 645, 670
  • - MIDLAND BRANCH :
  • -- Joint Meeting on Road Transport, 207
  • - NORTH-WESTERN BRANCH :
  • -- Cutting Temperatures, E. G. Herbert, 225
  • -- Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee's Report, 134
  • -- Some Mechanisms of Textile Machinery, W. A. Hanton, 296
  • - Institution of Mining Engineers :
  • -- Scholarship, Travelling Post-Graduate, Offered, 361
  • - Institution of Municipal and County Engineers :
  • -- Fifty-third Annual General Meeting and Conference, 506
  • -- Meeting in the Scottish District, Programme, 561
  • - Institution of Naval Architects :
  • -- Annual Meeting, 349, 379, 405 ; Report, 349
  • -- Annual Dinner, 351
  • -- Comparative Freight Economics of a Cargo Vessel with Reciprocating and with Diesel Machinery, W. J. Lovett, 380
  • -- Crane Equipment of Shipbuilding Berths, Ebenezer Smith, 406
  • -- Experiments on Mercantile Ship Models in Waves, J. L. Kent, 381
  • -- Experiments upon the Skin Friction of Smooth Surfaces, W. G. A. Perring, 381
  • -- High-pressure Water-tube Boilers for Marine Purposes, Harold Yarrow, 405, 410, 411, 414
  • -- Launching Problems, W. J. Berry, 350
  • -- Method Used in H.M. Ships for Readily Correcting Heel and Trim, A. W. Cluett, 406
  • -- Present Outlook for British Shipbuilding, A. C. F. Henderson, 349, 362
  • -- Propeller Dimension Formulae Based on Mr. R. E. Froude's Model Screw Experiments, Professor C. M. Carter, 381
  • -- Recent Modifications to Water-tube Boilers of the Three-drum Type, Engineer-Captain L. M. Hobbs, 405
  • -- Ship Wave Resistance, Comparison of Mathematical Theory with Experimental Results, W. C. S. Wigley, 381
  • -- Spring Meetings, Programme, 296
  • -- Summer Meeting in Belgium, 588, 660, 672
  • -- Belgian Mercantile Marine, Monsieur A. Pierrard, 660
  • -- Programme and List of Papers, 588
  • -- Relative Efficiency of Turbine and Diesel Machinery, Sir John Biles, 660, 672
  • -- Temperature Variation and Heat Stresses in Diesel Engines, Robert Sulzer, 379, 391
  • - Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders :
  • -- High-powered Oil Engines, W. S. Burn, 494
  • -- Electric Propulsion of Ships, Eskil Berg, 275
  • -- What is Sea Speed ? Reginald J. Eyres, 392
  • - Institution, Royal, of Great Britain :
  • - AFTER-EASTER SESSION :
  • -- Friday Evening Discourses, List of Subjects and Speakers, 393
  • -- Programme of General Courses of Lectures, 393
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):
  • - Institution of Water Engineers :
  • -- Manchester Waterworks, 614
  • -- Programme, 450
  • -- Thirty-first General Meeting, 450, 617
  • - Society, Faraday :
  • -- Explosive Reactions in Gaseous Media, General Discussion, List of Papers, 633
  • -- Explosive Reactions in Gaseous Media, 656
  • -- I. Explosive Reactions, General Considerations :
  • -- Explosion Wave in Cyanogen Mixtures, Dr. Colin Campbell and Professor H. B. Dixon ; Gaseous Explosions at High Initial Pressures ; Ignition Point of Gases, Professor H. B. Dixon and others ; Ionisation in Gas Explosions, W. E. Garner and S. W. Saunders ; Ionisation and Gaseous Explosions, S. C. Lind ; Radiation in Gaseous Explosions, Professor W. T. David ; Uniform Movement of Flame, Professor R. V. Wheeler and Dr. W. Payman, 657
  • -- II. Explosive Reactions in Reference to Internal Combustion Engines :
  • -- Combustion in Gas Engines, Professor W. T. David, 658
  • -- Effect of Metallic Sols in Delaying Detonation in Internal Combustion Engines, Flight-Lieutenant C. J. Sims and Dr. E. W. Mardles ; Explosions in Petrol Engines, H. T. Tizard, 658
  • - Society, Newcomen :
  • -- John George Bodmer and Mechanical Stoking, David Brownlie, 164
  • -- Matthew Murray, G. F. Tyas, 268
  • - Society, Royal:
  • -- Conversazione : Archimedian Loculus, Borehole Alignment Indicator, Pendulum Apparatus for Determinations of Gravity, Vibrations of an Autocar Illustration, Compression Tests on Aluminium Crystals, andc., 633
  • - Society, Royal, of Arts :
  • -- Propagation of Electric Waves, J. E. Taylor, 249
  • - Societies, Physical and Optical:
  • -- Exhibition, 37
  • AUTOMATIC Superheating of Steam, 516
  • Axle-boxes--see Railway Locomotives
  • Ayton, Frank, Applications of Engineering to Agriculture, 645, 647 ; (Letter), 673

B

  • BAILEY, R. W., Softening of Strain-hardened Metals, andc., 292
  • Bakery, Large Electrically Driven, Kneaders, Moulders, Conveyors and other Plant, 294, 298
  • Ballasting--see Railways
  • Beaumont, W. Worby, and Leslie N. Burt, Modern Development of Paper Mill Plant, 462, 476, 505
  • Belgium, Freight Rates in, 546
  • Bending and Torsional Strains and Stresses in a Loaded Crank Shaft, H. Carrington, 520
  • Benton, W. A., Some Aspects of Friction, 403, 430, 458
  • Berg, Eskil, Electric Propulsion of Ships, 275
  • Berry, W. J., Launching Arrangements of H.M. Ships Nelson and Rodney, 350
  • Biles, Sir John, Steam versus the Diesel Engine, 660, 672
  • Birmingham Trade Fair, Extension to, 80
  • "Black Spot," The, 299
  • Bodmer, John George, and Mechanical Stoking, David Brownlie, 164
  • Boiler Design, Improvement in, 499 ; (Letter), 530
  • Boiler, Oil-fired Yarrow Land Type, 274, 275
  • Boiler, Producer Gas-fired, Wollaston Gas Producers, Ltd., 163
  • Boiler Tests, Credibility of, 156
  • Boiler, "Thermax," Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 248
  • Boiler Water Conditioning, Dr. R. E. Hall, 223
  • Boilers, High-pressure Water-tube, for Marine Purposes, Harold Yarrow, 405, 410, 411, 414, 587
  • Boilers, Water Capacity of, 611
  • Boilers, Water-tube, of the Three-drum Type, Recent Modifications to, Engineer-Captain L. M. Hobbs, 405
  • Bombay, Back Bay Reclamation, 275
  • Books of Reference, 107, 160, 252, 384, 411, 477, 547, 608, 661
  • BRIDGES:
  • - Highway, British Standard Unit Loading for, J. M. Liddell, 119
  • - Menai Straits Suspension, Centenary of, 133
  • - New, Over the Thames at Caversham, L. G. Mouchel and Partners, 656, 666
  • - Oswald-street, Glasgow, Construction of, W. L. Scott, 62
  • - Reinforced Concrete, Wairoa River, N.Z., 94
  • - Second Narrows, Vancouver, 409
  • - Steel Swing, for Wallasey, Francis Morton and Co., Ltd., 276
  • BRIDGE Flooring, Special Flanging Press for, Davy Brothers, Ltd., 674
  • British Cement--see Works
  • BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION :
  • - Specifications:
  • -- Corrugated Furnaces and Smoke Tubes for Marine Boilers, 293
  • -- Ebonite for Radio Purposes, 95
  • -- Genuine Dry White Lead, 351
  • -- Genuine White Lead Oil Paste, 351
  • -- Painting Materials, 351, 562
  • -- Paints, White Spirit for, Turpentine for, Raw Linseed Oil for, 677
  • -- Railway Rails, 562
  • -- Reflector Fittings for Electric Lighting, 160
  • -- Side Scuttles and Frames, 506
  • -- Tables of Brinell Hardness Numbers, 562
  • -- Vulcanised Fibre and Pressboard for Electrical Purposes, 95
  • BRITISH Railways--see Railways
  • British Standard Unit Loading for Highway Bridges, J. M. Liddell, 119
  • Brittle Ranges of Bronze, W. L. Keat, 318
  • Britton, S. E., Supplies to Outlying Districts, 635
  • Brownlie, David, Coal Blending, 628
  • Brownlie, David, on John George Bodmer and Mechanical Stoking, 164
  • Brugg Sub-station--see Railways, Foreign
  • Burn, W. S., High-powered Oil Engines, 494, 534

C

  • CALENDARS, Diaries, andc., 27, 53, S3, 111, 197, 456
  • Calendering--see Linoleum in Subjects Index
  • Calvert, Dr. H. T., Activated Sludge Process of Sewage Treatment, 267
  • Canada, Water Power Resources of, 436
  • Canadian Water Resources, 47
  • Canal de Castilla Irrigation Schemes, 447
  • Carnot Centenary, 128
  • Carpenter, Professor H. C. H., Single Crystals of Metals, 559
  • Carrington, H., Bending and Torsional Strains and Stresses in a Loaded Crank Shaft, 520
  • Carter, Professor C. M., Propeller Dimension Formulae Based on Mr. R. E. Fronde's Model Screw Experiments, 381
  • Catalogues, 83, 111, 167, 255, 309, 337, 425, 481, 565, 593, 621, 651, 677
  • Cements, Quick-hardening, 590
  • Centenary of a Famous Bridge, 133
  • Chadwick Public Lecture, Sewage Treatment, Activated kludge Process of, Dr. H. T. Calvert, 267
  • Chemists and Power Plant Problems, 612
  • Chorlton, A. E. L., High-efficiency Oil Engine, 360, 364, 394 ; (Letters), 363, 412
  • Chromium Plating, General Survey of, E. A. Ollard, 212
  • Cluett, A. W., Method Used in H.M. Ships for Readily Correcting Heel and Trim, 406
  • COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :
  • - Coal Blending, David Brownlie, 628
  • - Coal Commission, 322
  • - Coal and Economies, 556 ; (Letters), 617, 649
  • - Coal Powdering Machine, Atomised Fuel and Engineering Company, 248
  • - Electric Winding Gear at Monceau-Fontaine Colliery, Belgium, 210, 211, 214
  • - Powdered Coal Plant at Dover, Lindley Duffield and Co., Ltd., 319
  • - Report on the Coal Industry, Professor Henry E. Armstrong, 375
  • - Skip Hoisting at Coal Mines, 47
  • - Wages Boards for the Coal Industry, 556
  • COMPARATIVE Performances of Air Heaters, 668
  • Concrete--see Bridges, Reinforced, and Steel
  • Concrete and Steel, Bond Between, 160
  • Congress of Chemists, Forty-fifth Annual Meeting, Co-operation of Numerous Societies, Programme, 646
  • Consistency of Steam Tables, 272
  • Contracts, 27, 57, 86, 111, 140, 167, 197, 230, 252, 278, 309, 337, 372, 425, 453, 48], 509, 540, 568, 596, 624, 651, 677
  • Contracts Secured by British Firms, 268
  • Control of the River Scoltenna, 669
  • Cork Jointing, Works, South Chingford, 271, 273
  • Cork Mills, andc--See Linoleum
  • Cornish Mining, 465
  • Corrosion of an Ancient Tin Specimen, Professor C. O. Bannister, 346
  • Crane Equipment--see Ships
  • Crane, "Toplis," 1.5-Ton Level Luffing Jib, Bedford Engineering Company, 589
  • Cranes, Hydraulic Cargo, on the Motor Liner Asturias, Fullerton, Hodgart and Barclay, Ltd., 364
  • Crank Shaft--see Bending Strains
  • Creber, W. F. H., Manchester Waterworks, 614
  • Crow, Dr. T. B., Soft Soldering of Copper, 318
  • Cruisers--see Ships, Naval
  • Crystal Growth in Recrystallised Metals, Dr. W. Feitknecht, 317
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 28, 58, 84, 112, 138, 168, 198, 228, 256, 282, 310, 338, 370, 398, 426, 454, 482. 510, 538, 566, 594, 622, 652, 678
  • Cutting Temperatures, Apparatus for Measurement of, E. G. Herbert, 24, 225, 238, 245 ; (Letters), 276, 296

D

  • DAVIES, C. E. Sprea of Metal in Rolling, 598, 626
  • Dawson, Sir Philip, and Professor S. Parker Smith, on Main Line Railway Electrification, 175
  • Derrick, Self-slewing, H. Robb, Ltd., 163
  • Design of Air Heaters, 300
  • Dickenson, J. H. S., Distribution of Silicates in Steel Ingots, 602
  • Die Casting of Aluminium Alloys, 292
  • Distilling Plant for the Red Sea, Mirrlees Watson Company, Ltd., 577
  • Dorey, Edgar Wall, Improvement of Power Factor, 182, 186

E

  • ECONOMISER, Future of the, 74 : (Letters) 95, 152
  • Edgeworth, Lieut.-Colonel, Frequency Variations in Thermionic Generators, 70
  • Education and the Employee, 640
  • Education in the Gas Industry, F. W. Goodenough, 644
  • Educational Intelligence, 54, 83, 197, 565
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS :
  • - See also Annual Articles
  • - Alternating-current Pressure Regulators, 431, 459, 487, 516, 548--For details see Illustrated Index (Electrical Matters)
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS (continued):
  • - Alternating-current Switchgear, Brookhurst Switchgear, Ltd., 646, 647
  • - American Switchgear, 192
  • - Arc Welding Plant, Portable, Siemens - Schuckert, Ltd., 562
  • - Automatic Rotary Converter Sub-station, 218
  • - Binary Converter, New .Electrical, Mawdsley's, Ltd., 503
  • - BIRMINGHAM REPRESENTATIVE ELECTRICAL GOODS AT THE BRITISH INDUSTRIES FAIR, 260
  • -- Automatic Engine-driven Sub-station Plant, Austin Lighting Company and National Gas Engine Company, 263
  • -- Mercury Vapour Rectifier, Hewittic, and Hackbridge Transformer, 260
  • -- Model of Electrically Driven Winding Engine, Fraser and Chalmers, 262, 263
  • -- Motors in Operation and Component Parts, Electric Welding Appliances, Electro-plating Apparatus, Filtering and Heating Apparatus, andc., 263
  • -- Motors, Small, Collection of Varying Sizes, Exhaust Fans, Polishing and Grinding Motors, Manda Motors, Ltd., 261
  • -- Oil-break Star-delta Motor Starter, Oil Circuit Breaker, 6600-Volt Starting Gear for Slip-ring Motor, George Ellison, 261
  • -- Pirelli Joint for High-pressure Cables, Method of Insulating and of Applying Paper Insulation to, Ferrule for Joining Large Cables, Pirelli General Cable Works, Ltd., 262
  • -- Steel Works Motor, General Electric Company, 262, 263
  • -- Transformer, 110,000-Volt, English Electric Company, 261
  • -- Trucks, Elevating Platform, Electricars, Ltd., 260
  • - Cleaning Blast-furnace Gases by Electricity, 588
  • - Comparison of Power Stations, 387 10,000-Kilowatt Diesel Generator Set, Blohm und Voss and Siemens and Schuckert, 662
  • - Electrical Distribution System at Hawarden Bridge Steel Works, 610, 613
  • - Electric Hydraulic Steering Gear, Dr. Hele- Shaw and T. E. Beacham, 506
  • - Electric Motor Starting and Protection, 532
  • - Electric Storage Battery Locomotive Competition, 673
  • - Electric Traverser and Grab for Bar Shearing Machine, Craven Brothers, Ltd., 104, 105
  • - Electricity in the Home, 354
  • - Electricity in Mmes, 444
  • - Electricity Supply, 104, 327 ; (Letter), 384
  • - Exhibits, Various, at the Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 38
  • - Extensions to Lots-road Power Station, 273
  • - Fuse, Improved Electric, the "Aeroflex,' 366
  • - Heat Transmission Aspect of a Power Station, 416
  • - High-frequency Fatigue Tests, 434
  • - High-voltage Direct-current Testing Equipments, 658
  • - Induction Regulators--see Alternating Current
  • - Industrial Electric Heating, A. P. M. Fleming and J. H. Crossley, 669
  • - Langerbrugge Power Station, 570, 582 (Two page Supplement, June 4th, 1926)
  • - Locomotives--see also Railway Locomotives Manchester Electricity Supply, 664
  • - Measuring Small Fluid Pressures, An Electrical Method, H. A. Thomas, 88
  • - Miegebat Power Station, Midi Railwav, 376, 378
  • - Monceau-Fontaine Colliery, Belgium, Electric Winding Gear at, 210, 211, 214
  • - Motor Generators for the Rugby Wireless Station, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 40
  • - Ontario, Electric Power for, 580
  • - Operating Costs of Electric Battery Vehicles, C. W. Marshall, 668
  • - Petrol-electric Generator for Rail Car, 361
  • - Power Factor, Improvement of, Edgar Wall Dorey, 182, 186
  • - Propagation of Electric Waves, J. E. Taylor, 249
  • - Railways--see Railways
  • - Rating of Generating Plant, 333
  • - Shanghai, Electric Power in, 587
  • - Ships, Electric Propulsion of, Eskil Berg, 275
  • - Showrooms and Offices, Electrical, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, 464
  • - Small Electric Lighting Sets, Austin Lighting Company, Chloride Electrical Storage Company, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 206, 207
  • - Supplies to Outlying Districts, S. E. Britton, 635
  • - Testing Static Transformers, Lindley Thompson and H. Walmsley, 158
  • - Tests of Turbo-generator Sets, 603
  • - Trolley Omnibuses at Ipswich, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 493
  • - Water Power for the Paris-Orleans Railway Electrification, 584
  • - Windmills for Generation of Electricity, 586
  • - Wireless Matters--see Wireless Telegraphy ; also Annual Articles
  • ELECTROMETER, Compton, Cambridge Instrument Company, 38
  • Electro-pneumatic Power Hammer, 30-Cwt., B. and S. Massey, Ltd., 533
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS :
  • - See also Annual Articles
  • - American Marine Oil Engine Trials, 477
  • - Asturias, R.M.P.S. Motor Liner, Engines of, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 14, 17, 18, 79, 240, 244
  • - Cold-starting Two-stroke Oil Engines, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 247
  • - Comparative Freight Economies of a Cargo Vessel with Reciprocating and with Diesel Machinery, W. J. Lovett, 380
  • - Diesel Engine, 15,000 B.H.P. and 10,000- Kilowatt Three-phase Generator, Blohm and Voss, 662
  • - Double-acting Four-stroke Marine Oil Engine, 4000 B.H.P., North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Ltd., 554, 558, 559
  • - Double-acting Two-cycle Marine Oil Engine, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Ltd., 494
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued):
  • - Eight-cylinder Marine Oil Engine, Parsons Motor Company, Ltd., 447
  • - Gas Oil for Petrol Engines, Parsons Motor Company, Ltd., 412
  • - High-efficiency Oil Engine, A. E. L. Chorlton, 360, 364, 394 ; (Letters), 363, 412
  • - High-powered Oil Engines, W. S. Burn, 494, 534
  • - Horizontal 31 B.H.P. Oil Engine, 3 B.H.P. Enclosed Paraffin Engine with Dynamo, andc., for 0.75 to 1.5 Kilowatts Lighting Set; Single-cylinder Two-stroke Oil Engine with Scavenging Pump, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 207
  • - Horizontal 66 H.P. Heavy Oil Engine, National Gas Engine Company, Ltd.; Small Lighting Sets, Austin Lighting Company and National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 206
  • - Industrial Tests of Internal Combustion Engines, W. A. Tookey, 437
  • - Inertia Governor, A New, Ramsay, Jackson and Co., Ltd., 419
  • - Links in the History of the Steam Engine, 402 M.A.N. Double-acting Marine Oil Engine, 352, 353, 356, 382
  • - Marine Oil Engines Trials Committee, Third Report, 65, 134 ; Extracts from Fourth Report, 576
  • - Marine Reverse Gear, Improved, Langdon Engineering Company (1924), Ltd., 616
  • - Nobel Oil Engine, P. H. Wilson, 324
  • - 600 B.H.P. Oil Engine at Basingstoke, Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., 158 ; (Addendum), 197
  • - Oil Engine, 130 B.H.P., Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 248
  • - Oil Engines, Fielding and Platt, Ltd., 247
  • - Oil Engines, 100 B.H.P. and 5 B.H.P. with Special Fuel Oil Injection, Blackstone Company, Ltd., 207
  • - Petrol Engines, High-speed, Piston Temperatures and Heat Flow in, Professor A. H. Gibson, 122, 148
  • - Petters, Ltd., Twin-cylinder Marine and other Engines, 247
  • - Portable Steam Engines at Brussels Exhibition, 242
  • - Six-cylinder Heavy Oil Engine, 300 B.H.P., L. Gardner and Sons, Ltd., 422
  • - Steam versus the Diesel Engine, Sir John Biles, 660, 672
  • - Tangyes Oil Engines, 247
  • - Temperature Variation and Heat Stresses in Diesel Engines, Robert Sulzer, 379, 391, 420
  • - Triple - expansion Waterworks Pumping Engine, Hathorn, Davey and Co., Ltd., 438, 439
  • - 15,000 B.H.P. Two-cycle Double-acting Diesel Engine, Blohm and Voss, 134
  • - Two-stroke Crude Oil Engine, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 108
  • - Vickers-Petters 100 H.P. Oil Engine, 247
  • - Werkspoor Marine Oil Engine, 193
  • ENGINE-ROOM--see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Engineering in America and Great Britain, 127 ; (Letter), 152
  • Engineering, Naval--see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Engineering Plant at Olympia, 491
  • - A.C.E. Cube and other Concrete Mixers, "Tonkin" Mixer for Concrete and other Material, Australia Concrete Machinery Company, 492
  • - "Cling Surface" for Belt Dressing, Thomas and Bishop, Ltd., 493
  • - Combined Screening and Crushing Plant, Concrete Block-making and Mixing Machinery, Winget, Ltd., 491
  • - Concrete Mixer "Roll," the "Exe" Hoist Builders and Contractors' Plant, Ltd., 491 492
  • - Concrete Mixers, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 491
  • - Hydraulic Block and Brick Moulding Machine, Edge-runner Mortar Mill, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 493
  • - "Klippon" Scaffolding Bracket, P. E. Helme and Co., 492
  • - Scaffolding, Tubular, Scaffix Scaffolding Ties, "Conforms" Steel Shuttering, andc., Scaffolding (Great Britain), Ltd., 493
  • - Sewage Purification Plant, Tuke and Bell, 492 Tubes, Brass and Copper, Yorkshire Copper Works, Ltd., 492
  • - Window Frames, Variety of, from Standardised Units, John T. Beacon Windows, Ltd, 492
  • Esholt Sewage Works, New, Opening of, 530
  • Excavator, Oil-engine Driven Dragline, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 418, 419
  • EXHIBITIONS :
  • - Agricultural Machinery at Brussels Exhibition, 242
  • - British Industries Fair, London and Birmingham, 80, 205, 247, 260
  • - Building Exhibition at Olympia, 472, 491
  • - Electrical Exhibition at Osaka, 412
  • - International Foundry Trades Exhibition, 630
  • - International Road Congress and Exhibition, 494
  • - Leipzig, Technical Fair at, 286
  • - Paris Industrial Fair, 557
  • - Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 37 ; for Exhibits, see Various Headings.
  • EXPERIMENTS upon the Skin Friction of Smooth Surfaces, W. G. A. Perring, 381
  • Experiments--see also Ships
  • Explosive Reactions in Gaseous Media. For List of Papers, see Associations, andc., Society Faraday
  • Eyres, Reginald J., What is Sea Speed ? 392

F

  • FACTORY--see Works
  • Fairs--see Exhibitions
  • Feed Water--see Railway Locomotives
  • Feitknecht, Dr. W. Crystal Growth in crystallised Metals, 317
  • Finance and Industry in France, 417
  • Firefloat, a Motor, Merryweather and Sons, 192
  • Fish-plates-- see railways
  • Flanging Press for Bridge Flooring, Davy Brothers, Ltd., 674
  • Fleming, A. P. M., and J. H. Crossley, Industrial Electric Heating, 669
  • Flour-milling Machinery, Lieut.-Colonel F. W. Turner, 635, 645, 670
  • Flow of Water through Soil, 315
  • Fluctuations in Prices--see Annual Articles
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 30, 60, 86, 114 140, 170, 200, 230, 258, 284, 312, 340, 372 400, 428, 456, 484, 512, 540, 568, 596, 624, 654, 680
  • Founder of Technical Education, 70
  • FOUNDRY EXHIBITS AT THE ROYAL AGRICULTURAL HALL : 630
  • - Air Compressors, Broom and Wade, 633
  • - Core-making Oils, Spermoline, Ltd., Beecroft and Partners, 632, 633
  • - Cupola Construction, International Foundry Equipment Company, Pneulec Machine Company, 633
  • - Foundry Sand-preparing Machine, T. Ketin and R. Thiriart, 631
  • - High-speed Moulding Machine, Sand Sifter, and Sand Mill, Universal System of, Machine Moulding Company, 631, 632
  • - Jolt Moulding Machine, Hand-operated, Denbigh Engineering Company, 632
  • - List of other Exhibitors, 633
  • - Magnetic Separator, Rapid Magnetting Company, 631, 632
  • - Mill for Mixing Sea Sand and Oil for Coremaking, Fordath Engineering Company 633
  • - National Physical Laboratory Exhibits, 630
  • - Pneumatic Sand Sifter, Britannia Foundry Company, 631
  • - Spark Arrester, Pneulee Machine Company 632, 633
  • - X-ray Examination of Metals, 630
  • FREIGHT Rates in Belgium, 546
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - 29, 59, 85, 113, 139, 169, 199, 229, 257, 283, 311, 339, 371, 399, 427, 455, 483, 511, 539, 567, 595, 62-3, 653, 679
  • - Advancing Costs, 113
  • - Advancing Prices, 455
  • - Agricultural Engineering, 455
  • - Alpine Railway, 113
  • - Automatic Couplings, 139
  • - Aviation, 623
  • - Brest-Casablanca Cable, 595
  • - Case-hardening, 483
  • - Chambon Barrage, 595
  • - Cheap Fuels, 679
  • - Coal, 679
  • - Coal Production, 85, 229
  • - Coal Strikes, 483
  • - Colliery Industry, 427
  • - Colonial Works, 29, 311
  • - Concrete Piling, 199
  • - Continuous Brakes, 199, 653
  • - Credit Restrictions, 283
  • - Currency Depreciation, 399
  • - Electric Vehicles, 567
  • - Electrical Ploughing, 371
  • - Electricity on the Farm, 371
  • - Electricity Tariffs, 427
  • - European Commercial League, 311
  • - Export Trade, 595
  • - Ferry Boats, 229
  • - Floating Docks, 229
  • - Flood Protection, 59, 139
  • - Foreign Trade, 139, 257, 399
  • - French Navy, 257
  • - Fuel Economies, 283
  • - Higher Import Duties, 169
  • - Hydraulic Works, 567
  • - Hydro-electric Plants, 595
  • - Import Duties, 283 ´
  • - Import Tariffs, 399
  • - Industrial Burdens, 169
  • - International Steel Union, 567, 623
  • - Iron and Steel Production, 199
  • - Iron and Steel Trades, 339
  • - Joy Stick, 59
  • - Miners' Wages, 139
  • - Motor Cars, 199
  • - Motor Fuels, 311, 455
  • - Narrow-gauge Railways, 511
  • - Naval Air Force, 169
  • - Oil Borings, 539
  • - Paris Sewage, 623, 653
  • - Paris Water Supply, 455
  • - Pig Iron Production, 539
  • - Port of Nantes, 311
  • - Port of Rouen, 257
  • - Power Alcohol, 113
  • - Production Costs, 85
  • - Public Works, 679
  • - Rail Motors, 85
  • - Rail Union, 29, 339, 427, 539
  • - Railway Accident, 59
  • - Railway Progress, 511
  • - Railway Rates, 399
  • - Reparations and Public Works, 539
  • - Rhine Canal, 653
  • - Rhine-Rhone Canal, 511
  • - Rove Tunnel, 29, 623
  • - Russian Trade, 483
  • - Saigon Arsenal, 85
  • - Scrap Iron, 113
  • - Seaborne Traffic, 339
  • - Seaplane Trials, 283
  • - Selling Prices, 483
  • - Shipbuilding, 113, 229
  • - Shipping, 339
  • - Strikes in Belgium, 29
  • - Suburban Traffic, 169
  • - Tank Steamer, 539
  • - The Situation, 511
  • - Trade Future, 257
  • - Trade Outlook, 59, 567
  • - Trade Restrictions, 653
  • - Transalpine Railway, 59
  • - Tunnel Ventilation, 427
  • - Tunnelling the Vosges, 139
  • - Wages and Production, 595
  • FREQUENCY Variations, andc.--see Wireless Telegraphy
  • Friction, Some Aspects of, W. A. Benton, 403, 430, 458
  • FueL Distributing Gear, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 608
  • Fuel Research, Report on the Coal Industry, Professor Henry E. Armstrong, 524
  • Fuel Technology, 333
  • Furnace Production, Requirements for, Metal or Mineral, Gas-fire Hardening Shop, Gibbons Brothers, 248
  • Furnaces and Combustion, 102 ; (Letter), 123
  • Furnaces, Gas-fired, Incandescent Heat Company, Ltd., 248
  • Fuse--see Electrical Matters

G

  • GAS Industry, Education in the, F. W. Goodenough, 644
  • Gas Oil for Petrol Engines, Parsons Motor Company, Ltd., 412
  • Gases at High Temperatures, Influence of, A. Glynne Lobley and Douglas Jepson, 318
  • Gasworks Structures, Electrically Welded, J. Newell Reeson, 252
  • Gear Shaper, Super-accurate Production of Spur Gears on the Gear Shaper, H. Walker, 316
  • Gear, Toothless, Garrard Gears, Ltd., 304
  • Gearing--see Involute
  • Gearing, Hydro-mechanicalósee Ships
  • Genders, R., Macrostructure of Cast Metals, 317
  • General Strike, 527
  • Geological Congress at Madrid, 78
  • German Steel and Coal Trust, A New, 382
  • Gibson, Professor A. H., on Piston Temperatures and Heat Flow in High-speed Petrol Engines, 122, 148
  • Goggles, Protective Effect of, J. and R. Fleming, Ltd., 251
  • Good, E. T., World Steel Trade and Britain's Share, 149
  • Goodenough, F. W., Education in the Gas Industry, 644
  • Greaves, R. H., and J. A. J ones, Tensile Strength and Brinell Numbers, 630

H

  • HALL, Dr. R. E., on Boiler Water Conditioning, 233
  • Hally, George, Electric Train Testing on the Metropolitan Railway, 514, 542
  • Hammer, Power, 30-Cwt. Electro-pneumatic, B. and S. Massey, Ltd., 533
  • Harbour and Dock Engineering, Development of, Vernon-Harcourt Lecture, Sir C. Kirkpatrick, 24
  • Harvey, William, Traditional Architectural Forms and their Structural Efficiency, 374
  • Heat Transmission--see Electrical Matters
  • Henderson, A. C. F., Outlook for Shipbuilding, 349, 362
  • Herbert, E. G., Apparatus for Measurement of Cutting Temperatures, 24, 225, 238, 245 ; (Letters), 276, 296
  • Heterogeneity, andc.--see Iron and Steel, Report on
  • High Efficiency--see Engines
  • Highway Bridges--see Bridges
  • Hill, Captain G. T. R., Tailless Aeroplane, 463, 498, 501
  • Hobbs, Engineer-Captain L. M., Recent Modifications to Water-tube Boilers of the Three- drum Type, 405
  • Hume-Rothery, W., Intermetallic Compounds, 345
  • Hydraulic Cargo Cranes on the Motor Liner Asturias, Fullerton, Hodgart and Barclay, Ltd., 364
  • Hydraulic Developments of the Midi Railway in the Ossau Valley, 376
  • Hydraulic Governor, A New, Percy Pitman, 191
  • Hydraulic Press, Double-action, Wm. Grice and Sons, 450
  • Hydraulic Works in Sao Paulo, 334
  • Hydro-electric Progress in Canada during 1925, 223
  • Hydro-electric Supply, Swiss, Alfred R. Sieveking, 519
  • Hydro-mechanical Gear--see Ships

I

  • ILLUMINATION and Photometry, Glossary of Terms Used in, 79
  • India, Reinforced Concrete Retaining Walls in, 390
  • Indian Irrigation, 1921-1924, 388, 402
  • Industrial Locomotives, Societe John Cockerill, 532
  • Industry and Trade, 390
  • Institutes and Institutions--see Associations
  • Instruments, Various, at the Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 38
  • Internal Combustion Engines--see Engines
  • Intermetallic Compounds, Researches on the Nature, Properties, andc., of, W. Hume- Rothery, 345
  • International Geological Congress, 78
  • International Road Congress and Exhibition, 494
  • International Shipping Conference, 468
  • International Tests--see Aeronautics
  • Involute Internal Gearing, H. Walker, 146, 172
  • IRON AND STEEL :
  • - "Bond between Concrete and Steel," 160
  • - British Steel, 583
  • - Cleaning Blast-furnace Gases by Electricity, 588
  • - Continental Production of Iron, 369
  • - German Iron and Steel Production in 1925, 157
  • - Hardening and Tempering of High-speed Steel, A. R. Page, 630
  • - Hardness of Carbon Steels at High Temperatures, I. G. Slater and T. H. Turner, 629
  • - International Iron and Steel Agreements, 408
  • - Iron and Steel Production in 1925, 95
  • - Light Alloys or Steel ? 528
  • - Mass, Effect of, in the Heat Treatment of Nickel Steel, Dr. W. Rosenhain and Others, 628
  • - Nickel-Copper Alloy, H. J. Tapsell and J. Bradley, 346
  • - Past and Future of the Steel Industry, Sir W. P. Rylands, 674, 583
  • - Quenching, 216
  • - Report on the Heterogeneity of Steel Ingots, 601
  • IRON AND STEEL (continued):
  • - Safe Loads and Endurance of Steels under Repeated Bending Stresses, 130
  • - Sandviken, Steel Strip Rolling at, 466, 470
  • - Silicates and Steel Ingots, J. H. S. Dickenson, 602
  • - Some Special Steels, Hadfields, Ltd., 407
  • - Steel Rails Production in America, 504
  • - Tensile Strength and Brinell Numbers, R. H. Greaves and J. A. Jones, 630
  • - Ukrainian Iron and Steel Industry, Development of, 412
  • - United Steel Companies' Works, Tar-distilling Plant, W. C. Holmes and Co., 68, 72
  • - World Steel Trade and Britain's Share, E. T. Good, 149
  • IRRIGATION--see also Indian
  • Irrigation Schemes, Canal de Castilla, 447
  • Irrigation Works, Van Ryneveld's Pass, 54
  • Italy, Water Power in, 98

J

  • JOHNSTON, E. W., Lubricating Oils for Heavy Oil Engines, 615
  • Jubilee of the Telephone, 636
  • Jutland, Battle of, 545
  • Jutland, Lessons of, 555

K

  • KENT, J. L., Experiments on Mercantile Ship Models in Waves, 381
  • Kent, W. L., Brittle Ranges of Bronze, 318
  • Kershaw, John B. C., Air Pollution in English Towns and Cities, 433 ; (Letter), 580

L

  • LANGERBRUGGE--see Electrical Matters
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 54, 83, 137, 197, 309, 425, 509, 593, 621, 654
  • Lawn Mower, Motor-driven, Dennis Brothers, 248
  • LEADERS:
  • - 1925--A Retrospect of, 15
  • -- Aeroplane and the Car, 16
  • -- Civil Engineering, 16
  • -- Education, 16
  • -- Industry, 16
  • -- Locomotives, 16
  • -- Marine Engineering, 15
  • - Adhesives, 500
  • - Agricultural Engineering, 128
  • - All-steel Passenger Rolling Stock, 472
  • - "Black Spot," The, 299
  • - British Steel, 583
  • - Chemists and Power Plant Problems, 612
  • - Coal and Economics, 556
  • - Comparative Performances of Air Heaters, 668
  • - Comparison of Power Stations, 387
  • - Credibility of Boiler Tests, 156
  • - Cutting Temperatures, 245
  • - Design of Air Heaters, 300
  • - Dreadnought Anniversary, 155
  • - Education and the Employee, 639
  • - Electricity in Mines, 444
  • - Electricity Supply, 101, 327
  • - Engineering in America and Great Britain, 127
  • - Foreigner on British Railways, 388
  • - French Navy, 471
  • - Furnaces and Combustion, 102
  • - Future of the Economiser, 74
  • - General Strike, 527
  • - Heat Transmission Aspect of a Power Station, 416
  • - Improvement in Boiler Design, 499
  • - Lessons of Jutland, 555
  • - Liberty of the Subject, 583
  • - Light Alloys or Steel ? 528
  • - Limiting Stresses, 472
  • - Metallurgical Education, 45
  • - Misunderstandings about Steam, 185
  • - Naval Construction, 443
  • - Naval Engineers, 499
  • - Navy Estimates, 271
  • - New Cruisers, 215
  • - Power Factor, 186
  • - Privately-owned Railway Wagon, 415
  • - Quenching, 216
  • - Railway Gear, 358
  • - Rebuilding the German Navy, 639
  • - Royal Naval Engineer Officers, 328
  • - Sixty Years Ago and To-day, 45
  • - Status of Naval Engineer Officers, 357
  • - "The Engine-room Department Never Fails," 667
  • - Too Many Institutions ? 272
  • - Torsionmeters, 73
  • - Variety in Design, 246
  • - Wages Boards for the Coal Industry, 556
  • - Water Capacity of Boilers, 611
  • LEATHER for Belting, Chrome-tanned Heat Resisting, andc., Henry Beakbane, 249
  • Leipzig, Technical Fair at, 286
  • LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS :
  • - England, North of, 26, 56, 82, 110, 136, 166, 196, 227, 254, 280, 308, 336, 368, 397, 424, 452, 480, 508, 536, 564, 592, 620, 650, 676
  • - Lancashire, 25, 54, 83, 109, 135, 166, 195, 225, 253, 279, 307, 335, 367, 395, 423, 451, 479, 507, 535, 563, 591, 619, 649, 676
  • - Midlands and Staffordshire, 25, 54, 81, 109, 135, 165, 195, 225, 253, 279, 307, 335, 367, 395, 423, 451, 479, 507, 534, 563, 591, 619, 649, 675
  • - Scotland, 27, 57. 82, 111, 137, 167, 196, 227, 255, 281, 308, 337, 369, 397, 425, 453, 481, 509, 537, 564, 592, 621, 651, 677
  • - Sheffield, 26, 56, 81, 110, 136, 165, 196, 226, 254, 280, 308, 336, 368, 396, 424, 452, 480, 508, 536, 564, 592, 620, 650, 676
  • - Wales and Adjoining Counties. 27, 57, 82, 111, 137, 167, 197, 227, 255, 281, 309, 337, 369, 397, 425, 453, 481, 509, 537, 565, 593, 621, 651, 677
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :
  • - Air Pollution, J. K. Best, 580 ; John B. C. Kershaw, 580
  • - Bats versus Mosquitoes, Henry Home, 617
  • - Boiler Design, Improvements in, H. Loffler, 530 ; G. R. Crammond, 580
  • - British Imports, Exports and Employment, W. T. Hudson, 123
  • - British Industries Fair, A. L. Johnson, 363
  • - British Locomotives, 1825 -1924 : No. XLIL, E. L. Ahrons, 42 ; John Poole, 9
  • - Business Situation in England, W. E. Bailey, 124
  • - Choice of Steels for Engineering Work, J. Mohn, 251 ; A. P. Hague, 384
  • - Coal and Economics, J. Golder, 617; Arthur Oates, 649
  • - Combustion Chambers for Pulverised Coal, Leonard Harvey, 123
  • - Commercial Airship.. S. H. Phillips, 296
  • - Concrete Roads, W. A. Trevor Taylor, 363
  • - Consistency of Steam Tables, E. B. Wedmore, 334
  • - Culture—see Training
  • - Cutting Temperatures, Edward G. Herbert, 276 ; Charles R. Darling, 296
  • - Early Steam Power in Agriculture, W. Worby Beaumont, 673
  • - Electric Vehicles Association, J. C. Elvy, 80
  • - Electricity Supply, J. F. Raggett, 384
  • - Empire Trade Expansion, Colonial Trade, 42
  • - Engineering in America and Great Britain, Bertram Austin, 152 ; W. Francis Lloyd, 152
  • - Engineering Foundation, E. Kilburn Scott. 412
  • - Foreign Tool Steel, Safety First, 251
  • - Future of the Economiser, George Tansley, 95 ; A. I. Mieville, 152
  • - Gyratory Traffic, A. S. E. Ackermann, 580
  • - High-efficiency Oil Engine, S. F. C., 363
  • - Improved Steam Turbines, Daniel Adamson, 124
  • - Institution of Fuel Technology, Leonard Harvey, 334
  • - Jacob Perkins’ Engineering Works “To Let,” C. R. K., 363
  • - Lancashire Boiler, An Old, Wilson Boiler¬makers, Ltd., 124
  • - Limiting Factor, Stanley P. Christie, 412
  • - Locomotive Design, Charles J. Toth, 334
  • - Mercury Vapour Rectifiers, Hewittic Electric Company, Ltd., 80
  • - Microscopic Analysis of Fine Grits, J. S. Owens, 80
  • - Motor Trains, Wm. Hy. Robson, 531
  • - Petrol Engine Conversion, Patrick Gay, 251 ; Parsons Motor Company, 296
  • - Power Station Design, A. L. Masterman, 222
  • - Road Corrugations, Alfred Weale, 9 ; Thos. H. Webster, 42
  • - Starting-up Steam Plants, H. D., 465, 531 ; A. Fleming Browne, 531
  • - Steam Locomotive, F. W. Dean, 95
  • - Super-accuracy, A. F. A., 384
  • - The Two James and the Two Stephensons, A. M. H. Solomon, 668
  • - Ton-miles and Piston Valves, J. G. H. Warren, 80
  • - Torsion Meters, Geo. T. Pardoe, 95 ; Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, Ltd., 222
  • - Training of Engineers, C. L. Bryant, 222, 334 (with Editorial Note) ; John D. Troup, 277 ; Hugh P. Vowles, 277 ; E. E. Simpson, 277 ; R. Opie, 296
  • - Unpublished Letter by William James, S. J. A. Cotterell, 617
  • - Water-cooled Combustion Chambers, P. V. Vernon, 530
  • - Waterloo Bridge, E. W. Dickinson, 95 ; O. B. I. T., 465
  • - Whirling Speeds of Drum Rotors, P. Fearn, 222 ; T. M. Naylor, 277
  • LIBERTY of the Subject, 583
  • Liddell, J. M., on British Standard Unit Load¬ing for Highway Bridges, 119
  • Light Alloys-—see Alloys
  • Limiting Stresses, 472
  • LINOLEUM MACHINERY :
  • - 90, 116, 150, 180, 202, 232
  • - Calendering, andc., 150
  • - Cement, The, 90
  • - Cork Grinding, 116
  • - Inlaid Linoleum, 180
  • - Inlaid and Printed Linoleum, 202
  • - Mixing, 116
  • - Paint Making, 232
  • - Printed Linoleum, 203
  • - For Details—see Illustrations, Names and Subjects
  • LITERATURE :
  • - Reviews :
  • -- Applied Elasticity, S. Timoshenko and J. M. Lessells, 417
  • -- Bats, Mosquitoes and Dollars, 156 ; (Letter), 617
  • -- Beitrage zur Gesehichte der Technik und Industrie, 1925, Conrad Matschoss, 103, 187
  • -- Chemistry of the Drying Oils, R. S. Morrell and H. R. Wood, Volatile Solvents and Thinners, Noel Heaton, 473
  • -- Economics of Carburetting and Manifolding, R. W. A. Brewer, 359
  • -- English Brass and Copper Industries to 1800, H. Hamilton, 301, 444
  • -- Geschicte des Eisens, Dr. Otto Johannsen, 39
  • -- Industrial Applications of Coal Tar Products, H. M. Banbury and A. Davidson, 445
  • -- Oil and Colour Chemistry Monographs: Cellulose Ester Varnishes, F. Sproxton, Blacks and Pitches, H. M. Langton, 103
  • -- Oilfield Exploration and Development, A. Beeby Thompson, 102
  • -- Railway Accidents, Legislation and Statistics, 1825-1924, H. Raynar Wilson, 74
  • -- Smoke Problem of Great Cities, Sir Napier Shaw and J. S. Owens, 246
  • -- Some Reminiscences : Seventy-five Years’ Work in Civil Engineering, Professor H. Adams, 216
  • -- The Engineer and the Prevention of Malaria, Henry Home, 585
  • -- Transmission Circuits for Telephone Communication, K. S. Johnson, 103
  • LITERATURE (continued):
  • - Short Notices :
  • -- Disease of Unemployment and the Cure, Sir E. W. Petter, 39, 157
  • -- Electrical Precipitation, Sir Oliver Lodge, 103
  • -- Fuel Economy and Smoke Prevention, J. B. C. Kershaw, 501
  • -- Fuel Oil Viscosity-Temperature Diagram, Lieut.-Commander G. B. Vroom, U.S. Navy, 417
  • -- Industrial Furnaces, W. Trinks, 417
  • -- Insulated Electric Cables, Vol. I., C. J. Beaver, 39
  • -- Loud Speakers, C. M. R. Balbi, 473
  • -- Materials Testing: Theory and Practice, J. H. Cowdrey and R. G. Adams, 124, 389
  • -- Modern Railway Signalling, M. G. Tweedie and T. S. Lascelles, 501
  • -- Oscillographs, J. T. Irwin, 39
  • -- Photo-electricity, Stanley Allen, 39
  • -- Practical D.C. Armature Winding, L. Wollison, 39
  • -- Practical Road Engineering, H. E. Goldsmith, 216
  • -- Practical Surveying, G. W. Usill, 246, 445
  • -- "Proceedings" of the Fourth International Congress of Refrigeration, 216
  • -- Processes of Flour Manufacture, Percy A. Amos, 157
  • -- Pyrometers, Ezer Griffiths, 246, 389
  • -- Science of Flight and its Practical Application, Vol. I., Captain P. H. Sumner, 473
  • -- Surveying for Settlers, W. Crossley, 473 Waterworks Administration, W. H. Parsons, 301, 445
  • - Books Received :
  • -- Advertisers' ABC, 1926, T. B. Browne, Ltd., 557
  • -- Annales des Fonts et Chaussees, 585
  • -- Annales des Travaux Publics de Belgique, 473
  • -- Annali dei Lavori Pubblici gia Giomale del Genio Civile, 74, 216, 473, 557, 669
  • -- Annual Report of the Society of Chemical Industry, andc., 669
  • -- Appareillage Electrique, P. Maurer, 557
  • -- Association of British Engineers in the Argentine Republic, Journal, 1925, 473
  • -- Ayrton, Hertha, 1854-1923, Evelyn Sharp, 417
  • -- Beitrag zu den Grundlagen der Schnellsufenden Halbdieselmotoren, Dr.-Ing. Karl Buchner, 301
  • -- "Bennis" Standard Evaporation Tables, G. A. Rossetti, 103
  • -- Birmingham Exchange Directory of Members, andc., 633
  • -- Book of the Light Car, E. T. Brown, 389
  • -- British Malaya, Handbook to, 1926, Captain R. L. German, 612
  • -- Bulk Cargoes, A. C. Hardy, 557
  • -- Bulletin of the Imperial Institute, Vol. XXIV., No. 1, 1926, 669
  • -- Culvert's Mechanics' Almanac, 1926, F. Nasmith, 39
  • -- Carburation et Carburateurs, L. Poincare, 246
  • -- Cargo Handling at Ports, Brysson Cunningham, 585
  • -- Central Electric Stations in Canada, 557
  • -- Centrifugal Dryers and Separators, E. A. Alliott, 301
  • -- Chemical Engineering and Chemical Catalogue, D. M. Newitt, 389
  • -- Coal and Ash-handling Plant, J. D. Troup, 669
  • -- Colliery Manager's Pocket-book, 103
  • -- Colliery Year Book, andc., 417
  • -- Combustibles Inferieurs et de Remplacement, Pierre Appell, 557
  • -- Combustion in Power Plant, T. A. Marsh, 389
  • -- Composition of Coal : Plant Cuticles in Coal, Safety in Mines Research Board, V. H. Legg and R. V. Wheeler, 124
  • -- Concrete Year Book, O. Faber and H. L. Childe, 103
  • -- Corrosion: Causes and Prevention, F. N. Speller, 669
  • -- Cours de Thermodynamique, G. Bruhat, 359
  • -- Das Deutsche Warenzeichenrecht, Dr. W. Pinzger and Dr. F. Heinemann, 389
  • -- Der Behalterbau, Part I., E. Broschat, 669
  • -- Dictionary of Applied Chemistry, Vol. VI., S. Acid-Tetryl, Sir Edward Thorpe, 359
  • -- Dictionary of Costing, R. H. J. Ryall, 557
  • -- Die Entwickelung des Dieselmaschine, Professor R. Schottler, 359
  • -- Die Erfindung der Lokomotive und ihre Entwicklung in Oesterreich, Ing. F. X. Saurau, 301
  • -- Die Technische Mechanik, Vol. II., Festigheitslehre, M. Samter, 301
  • -- Diesel Maschinen, Vol. IL, 39
  • -- Draught and Capacity of Chimneys, J. G. Mingle, 216
  • -- Eclairage Electrique, P. Maurer, 103
  • -- Electrical Contracting, H. Ayres Purdie, 669
  • -- Electricity, Applied, S. Timoshenko and J. M. Lessells, 246
  • -- Elementary Electrical Training, O. R. Randall, 473
  • -- Elements of Motor Vehicle Design, C. T. B. Donkin, 669
  • -- Elements of Reinforced Concrete Design, H. V. Crabtree, 157
  • -- Engineering Index, 1925, 585
  • -- Engineers' Year Book for 1926, 473
  • -- Engines of High Output, H. R. Ricardo, 301
  • -- English Clubs, A List of, 1926, E. C. Austen Leigh, 301
  • -- Enlarged Heat Drop Tables, H. Moss and Professor H. L. Callendar, 246
  • -- Experiment to Determine Corrections to Sounding in River Gauging, P. Phillips, 216
  • -- Fuel Oil Viscosity-temperature Diagram, Lieut.-Commander G. B. Vroom, 473
  • -- Gas Engineers' Pocket-book, H. O'Connor, 557
  • -- Gas and Fuel Analysis for Engineers, A. H. Gill, 585
  • -- Gayer's Acreage Tables, A. F. Gayer, 473
  • -- Handbuch der Schiffbau Industrie, Deutsche Wirtschafts Bucherei, 301
  • -- H.M. Stationery Office Publications :
  • -- Condor Engine, Series III., 417
  • -- Hydrology and Ground Water, J. M. Lacy, 473
  • -- Military Engineering, Vol. I., Mechanical Engineering, 359
  • LITERATURE (continued):
  • - Books Received (continued):
  • -- H.M. Stationery Office Publications (continued):
  • -- Reports, Economic and Industrial Conditions :
  • -- Argentine Republic, H. O. Chalkley, 246
  • -- Belgium and Grand Duchy of Luxemburg, Economic Situation in, J. Picton Bagge, 58
  • -- Food Investigation Board, 1924, 124
  • -- France, J. R. Cahill, 39
  • -- India, T. M. Ainscough, 103
  • -- Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Cyrenaica, 103
  • -- Paraguay, F. W. Paris, 157
  • -- Venezuela, H. A. Hobson, 124
  • -- Water Transport Catalogue of the Science Museum, 557
  • -- Hutte Taschenbuch der Stoffkunde, Dr.-Ing. A. Stauch, 246
  • -- Hydraulics : Gauging of Sewage Flows, andc., T. Barlow, 359
  • -- "Ice and Cold Storage" Trades Directory, 103
  • -- If I were a Labour Leader! Ernest J. P. Benn,669
  • -- Illustrated Technical Dictionaries, Weaving and Woven Fabrics, A. Schlomann, 301
  • -- Industrial Arts Index, H. W. Wilson Company, 633
  • -- Industrial Furnaces, Vol. II., W. Trinks, 389
  • -- International Review of the Science and Practice of Agriculture, 557
  • -- Journal of the Institute of Metals, G. Shaw Scott, 216
  • -- Kelly's Directory of the Merchants, Manufacturers and Shippers of the World, 669
  • -- Laboratory Experiments for the Engineering Student, H. Threfall, 157
  • -- Law Relating to Injuries to Workmen, F. G. Neave, 669
  • -- L'Enseignement Technique, Bulletin Mensuel, andc., 301, 557
  • -- Les Moteurs and Explosion, E. Marcotte, 557
  • -- Les Progres de la Fonderie : Moulage et Fusion, C. Derulle, 669
  • -- Locomotive Superheating and Feed-water Heating, 557
  • -- Locks and Lockmaking, F. J. Butler, 669
  • -- Marine Oil Engine, Questions for B.O.T. Examinations on, W. C. MacGibbon, 246
  • -- Mass Production Equipment, P. Gates, 103
  • -- Mathematics for Engineers, Parts I. and II. W. N. Rose, 473
  • -- Mechanical Draught, J. E. Lister and C. Harman Harris, 669
  • -- Mechanical World Electrical Pocket-book, 157
  • -- Metal Spraying, T. H. Turner and N. F. Budgen, 301
  • -- Mines, The (Working Facilities and Support Act, 1923), 246
  • -- Ministry of Public Works, Egypt, Lake Plateau Basin of the Nile, Dr. H. E. Hurst, 39
  • -- Modern Drying Machinery, H. B. Cronshaw, 301
  • -- Modern Telpherage and Ropeways, Herbert Blyth, 669
  • -- Motor Boat and Marine Motor Annual, 557
  • -- Motor Ship Reference Book, 1926, 301
  • -- Original Book of the Ford, R. T. Nicholson, 669
  • -- Ouroboros or the Mechanical Extension of Mankind, Garet Garrett, 557
  • -- Outbreaks of Fire, Sydney Gompertz, 669
  • -- People's Year Book, 1926, 39
  • -- Plasterwork Construction, G. P. and G. E., Blankart, 301
  • -- Portland Cement and Concrete, Making and Testing of, 557
  • -- Powering of Ships, T. C. Tobin, 557
  • -- Practical Electricians Pocket Book, 157
  • -- "Practical Engineer" Electrical Pocket Book, 1926, Conrad Arnold, 124
  • -- "Practical Engineer" Mechanical Pocket Book, 103
  • -- Practical Lessons in Carpentrv and Joinery, G. Ellis, 669
  • -- Practical Marine Diesel Engineering, L. R. Ford, 103
  • -- Practical Saw Doctor, R. W. Todd, 301
  • -- Principles of Electric Power Transmission and Distribution, L. F. Woodruff, 359
  • -- Principles and Practice of Surveying, C. B. Breed and G. L. Hosmer, 585
  • -- "Proceedings" of the American Society of Civil Engineers, 557
  • -- "Proceedings" of the American Society for Testing Materials, Vol. XXV., 389
  • -- Profit-sharing, M. E. Askwith, 359
  • -- Public Ground-water Supplies in Illinois, 557
  • -- Quantum Theory of the Atom, G. Birtwistle, 301
  • -- Radio Press Year-book, 1926, 301
  • -- Refrigeration, Introduction to, H. C. Kenn, 473
  • -- Reid's Handy Colliery Guide and Directory, 389
  • -- Report of the Bridge Sub-committee on Track Stresses, 1925, 585
  • -- Secret of High Wages, B. Austin and W. Francis Lloyd, 389
  • -- Self-instruction for Students in Gas Supply, "Mentor," 246
  • -- Sell's Directory of Registered Telegraphic Addresses, 359
  • -- Specification, F. Chatterton, 359
  • -- Stainless Iron and Steel, J. H. G. Monypenny, 557
  • -- Stars and their Uses, E. B. Leggett, 39
  • -- Steam Turbines, G. Belluzzo, 633
  • -- Stress Analysis of Bow Girders, 473
  • -- Studies of Bond between Concrete and Steel, 216
  • -- Superheat Engineering Data, 612
  • -- Surface Water Supply of Canada : Atlantic Drainage, andc., 1922-3, 1923-4, 74
  • -- Surveying, W. N. Thomas, 612
  • -- Sweden Year Book, 1926, 669
  • -- Technical Conference of State Utility Commission Engineers, 216
  • -- Technisches Worterbuch, Ausdriicke des Maschinen-und Schiffbaues, Erich Krebbs, 557
  • -- Technology Reports of the Tohoku Imperial University, 157
  • -- The Engineer and Prevention of Malaria, Henry Home, 417
  • -- The "Express" per Gross and per Dozen Reckoner, J. Gall Inglis, 301
  • LITERATURE (continued):
  • - Books Received (continued):
  • -- Theoretical Physics, Introduction to, Vol. II., A. Haas, 246
  • -- Theory and Practice of Radio Frequency Measurements, E. B. Moullin, 669
  • -- Thirty-eighth Annual Report of the Incorporated Swansea Exchange, 669
  • -- “Transactions" of the Engineering Association of Malaya, 1924, 417
  • -- “Transactions” of the Institution of Engineers, Australia, 359
  • -- Transport and Handling of Mineral Acids, F. Hirsch, 669
  • -- Turbo-blowers and Compressors, W. J. Kearton, 103
  • -- Uber die Natur der Elektrizitar, Leo Gilbert, 301
  • -- Union des Ingenieurs Sortis des Ecoies Speciales de Louvain, Bulletin, 103
  • -- Universal Directory of Railway Officials, 1926, 612
  • -- Use of Sodium Silicate for Sizing of Paper, T. E. Blasweiler, 633
  • -- Vibrations in Engines and Machinery, A. T. J. Kersey, 216
  • -- Way to the Smokeless City, W. H. Casmey and Sir E. Hoyle, Bart., 359
  • -- Year Book and Directory of the South African Mining and Engineering Journal, 1926, S. R. Potter, 389
  • -- Year Book of Wellington Harbour Board, New Zealand, 417
  • -- Zerkleinerungsvorrichtungen und Mahlanlagen, Carl Naske, 669
  • LLOYD’S Register-—see Ships
  • Lobley, A. Glynne, and Douglas Jepson, on Influence of Gases at High Temperatures, 318
  • Locomotive, Electric Storage Battery, Com¬petition, 673
  • Locomotives, Industrial Societe John Cockerill, 532
  • Locomotives-—see also Railway Locomotives ; also Annual Articles, Steam Locomotives.
  • Lovett, W. J., Comparative Freight Economics of a Cargo Vessel with Reciprocating and with Diesel Machinery, 380
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation and Power Generation, 236
  • Lubricating Oil Depot, at Wandsworth, Vacuum Oil Company, Ltd.. 526, 531
  • Lubricating Oils for Use on Heavy Oil Engines, E. W. Johnston, 615

M

  • MACHINE TOOLS:
  • - Automatic Lathe, Improved, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 278
  • - Boring and Turning Mill, Vertical, Selson Engineering Company, Ltd., 474, 475
  • - Change-speed Gear, Expanding Pulley, Barker and Co., 249
  • - Grinding Attachment for Heavy Lathes, Herbert Hunt and Sons, 422
  • - Hexagon Turret Lathe, Improved, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 642
  • - Improved Thread-milling Machine, Buck and Hickman, Ltd., 578
  • - Leipzig Fair Machine Tool Hall, Extensive and Varied Exhibits of Machines, chiefly in Motion, 286, 287
  • - Milling Cutters, High Power, Inserted Tooth, andc., Brooke Tool Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 249
  • - Milling Cutters, High Power, Side and Face Cutter, Heavy Milling Operation, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 249
  • - Multiple Bar Shearing Machine, De Bergue and Co., Ltd., 100, 104, 105
  • - Presses for Plastic Material or Hot Brass, Taylor and Challen, Ltd., 206
  • - Testing Machine, Multiple-lever Universal, Joshua Buckton and Co.; Ltd., 442, 446
  • MAcCNICOLL, Donald, Marine Turbine Governing and Forced Lubrication Failure Control, 266
  • Macrostructurc of Cast Metals, R. Genders, 317
  • Madras, Construction of a Breakwater Head at, Colin R. White, 464
  • M.A.N. Engine--see Engines
  • Manchester--see Water Supply
  • Mangnall-Irving System of Thrust Boring, 521, 522, 523
  • Marine Engines--see Engines ; also Annual Articles
  • Marine Gear--see Engines ; also Annual Articles
  • Marine Turbine Governing and Forced Lubrication Failure Control, Donald MacNicoll, 266
  • Marshall, C. W., Operating Costs of Electric Battery Vehicles, C. W. Marshall, 668
  • Measuring Small Fluid Pressures, An Electrical Method, H. A. Thomas, 88
  • Mechanical Engineering Exhibits, Various, 249
  • Metal Aeroplane--see Aeronautics
  • Metals, Single Crystals of, Professor H. C. H. Carpenter, 559
  • Metallurgical Education, 45
  • Milling Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Mineral Productions of New South Wales i.i 1925, 464
  • Mines and Quarries, U.S.A., Safety Working in, 562
  • Misunderstandings about Steam, 185
  • Mixing Machines--see Linoleum
  • Monceau-Fontaine--see Electrical Matters ; also Coal, andc.
  • Mortimer, George, Die Casting of Aluminium Alloys, 292
  • Multiple Bar Shearing and Handling Equipments, 100, 104, 105
  • Murday Type Traction Recorder, 515
  • Murphy, Silver and Tin Alloys, 345
  • Murray, Matthew, G. F. Tyas, 268

N

  • NAVAL Matters--see Ships
  • Naylor, T. M., Whirling Speeds of Drum Rotors, 89 ; (Letters), 222, 277
  • New South Wales Mining Industry, 289
  • Newcomen Society--see Associations

O

  • OBITUARY :
  • - Ahrons, Ernest Leopold, 416
  • - Bailie, John David, 74
  • - Boswell, Samuel, 12
  • - Carlisle, The Right Hon. Alexander Montgomery (Portrait), 300
  • - Daniel, John, 348
  • - Folland, Henry, 388
  • - Fraser, Gordon H., 191
  • - Herdt, Louis Anthyme, 501
  • - Hird, Francis, 388
  • - Holmes, Sir George (Portrait), 209
  • - Hoyle, James Rossiter (Portrait), 328
  • - Johnson, Claude Goodman, 444
  • - Leslie, Sir Bradford (Portrait), 347
  • - Lloyd, Arthur Llewellyn, 417
  • - Moilliet, Georges, 577
  • - Murphy, Martin, 156
  • - Pickles, George, 428
  • - Riley, R. Sanford, 577
  • - Ward, Thomas W., 191
  • - Watts, Sir Philip (Portrait), 329
  • - Windsor, Cecil Stanley, 12
  • OIL Cooler, Reliance Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 162
  • Oil Engines--see Engines ; also Annual Articles
  • Oils--see also Lubricating
  • Omnibuses, Electric Trolley, at Ipswich, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, 493
  • Oswald-street Bridge, Glasgow, W. L. Scott, 62

P

  • PAGE, A. R., Hardening and Tempering of High-speed Steel, 630
  • Painton, Edgar T., on Welding of Aluminium, 189
  • Paper Mill Plant, Modern Development of, W. W. Beaumont and Leslie N. Burt, 460, 476, 505
  • Paper Pulp in France, 645
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH :
  • - Aeronautics, 29, 139, 653
  • - Building, 140, 284
  • - Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 229, 427, 567
  • - Dynamos and Motors, 29, 85, 113, 139, 169, 199, 229, 311, 339, 371, 399, 455, 483, 511, 623, 679
  • - Electrical Appliances, 29, 199, 567, 653
  • - Engines, Internal Combustion, 199, 229, 283, 399, 427, 511, 539, 595, 623, 653, 679
  • - Engines, Steam, 139
  • - Furnaces, 114, 283, 339, 596, 653, 680
  • - Gas Producers, 483
  • - Lighting and Heating, 539
  • - Locomotives, 139, 653
  • - Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 30, 85, 230, 257, 456, 539, 653, 680
  • - Measuring and Testing Instruments, 60, 85, 113, 339, 400, 427, 456, 512, 679
  • - Metallurgy, 170, 199
  • - Mining Machinery, 371
  • - Miscellaneous, 30, 86, 114, 140, 170, 200, 230, 258, 284, 312, 340, 372, 400, 428, 484, 512, 540, 568, 596, 624, 654
  • - Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 140, 311
  • - Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 139, 257, 340, 680
  • - Ships and Boats, 230, 481, 539, 596
  • - Steam Generators, 59, 169, 283, 371, 483, 567
  • - Switchgear, 59, 170, 229, 427, 511, 653, 679
  • - Telegraphs and Telephones, 59, 113, 139, 170, 257, 283, 311, 339, 371, 399, 455, 483, 512, 595, 679
  • - Tramways and Railways, 86, 257, 539, 596
  • - Transformers and Converters, 29, 59, 85, 257 311 339 427
  • - Transmission of Power, 60, 85, 199, 339, 399, 567, 623
  • - Turbine Machinery, 29, 85, 229, 371, 455, 595
  • - Water Purification, 400
  • - Welding, 230, 340, 540
  • PELTON Wheel, 3 B.H.P., with New Type Governor and Deflector, Percy Pitman, 191
  • Perring, W. G. A., Experiments upon the Skin Friction of Smooth Surfaces, 381
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 27, 54, 83, 114, 137, 167, 197, 222, 309, 337, 369, 393, 425, 453, 484, 509, 540, 565, 624, 654, 680
  • Petrol-electric Rail Car, American, 361
  • Photographing Explosion Pressure Waves, 320
  • Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 37
  • Physics, Relationship of, to Aeronautical Research, H. E. Wimperis, 613
  • Pierrard, Monsieur A., Belgian Mercantile Marine, 660
  • Piston Temperatures, Professor A. H. Gibson, 148
  • Pitot-static Tubes, Design of, 94
  • Platinum Production in South Africa, 573
  • Platinum in the Transvaal, 295
  • Porter, Geoffrey, Heavy Oil Engines Installations, 277
  • Powdered Coal—see Coal
  • Power from Sea Waves, Suggested Method of Obtaining, Monsieur P. Van Vloten, 461
  • Power Stations—see Electrical Matters
  • Press, Flanging, for Bridge Flooring, Davy Brothers, Ltd., 674
  • Presses—see Hydraulic ; also Machine Tools
  • Progress and Happiness, Professor A. E. Kennelly, 162
  • PUMPS :
  • - Centrifugal and Reciprocating Pumps, Tangyes, Ltd., 247
  • - Combined Auxiliary Pumps for 30,000- Kilowatt Steam Turbine, Sulzer Brothers 590
  • - Combined Feed-water Heater and Pump, Worthington-Simpson, Ltd., 53
  • - Efficient Waterworks Pumping Plant, Hathorn, Davey and Co., Ltd., and J. Thompson, Ltd., 438, 439
  • - Hydraulic Pump, West Hydraulic Engineering Company, 52
  • - Wapping Pumping Station of the London Hydraulic Power Company, 634, 638

Q

  • QUEEN MARY Reservoir Conduit, 126, 131, 142
  • Quick-hardening Cements, 590

R

  • RADIO--see Wireless
  • RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS :
  • - All-steel Passenger Rolling Stock, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 472, 478
  • - American Petrol-electric Rail Car, 361
  • - Automatic Train Control in America, 93
  • - Electric Train Testing on the Metropolitan Railway, George Hally, 514, 542
  • - Fracturing of Fish-plates, N. Garrett Smith, 435
  • - Main Line Railway Electrification, Sir Philip Dawson and Professor S. Parker Smith, 175, 233, 235, 342, 343 ; for Details, see Foreign Railways
  • - Rail Production in America, 504
  • - Railway Year, 358
  • - Relaying Railway Track by Machine, A. W. Bretland, 75
  • - Wagon, Privately Owned Railway, 415
  • British, Colonial, and Indian :
  • - Ballasting the C.P.R. Tracks, 291
  • - Bengal-Nagpur Railway, "Garratt" Locomotives, 586
  • - Doubling the Inner Circle, 362
  • - Foreigner on British Railways, 388
  • - Great Southern Railways, Ireland, Relaying Track by Machine, A. W. Bretland, 75
  • - Indian Railway Administration Report, 333
  • - Indian State Saloons, Eastern Bengal Railway, 108
  • - Metropolitan Railway, Electric Train Testing on, George Hally, 514, 542
  • - Notes on British Railways by a Continental Engineer, 145, 178, 204, 236, 264, 288, 314, 358
  • -- Conclusions, 359
  • -- Electrification, 314
  • -- Goods and Traffic, 358
  • -- Interlocking and Signalling, 178
  • -- Management, 358
  • -- Passenger Traffic, 314
  • -- Permanent Way, 178
  • -- Rolling Stock and Wagons, 236 ; Goods Wagons and Trucks, 237
  • -- Shunting and Switching, 288
  • -- Termini and Stations, Goods Stations, Running Sheds, 204
  • -- Locomotives Included in Notes on British Railways--see Railway Locomotives
  • - Preston and Carlisle, New Loop Lines Between, 580
  • - Waterloo Tube Station Reconstruction, 306
  • Foreign Railways :
  • - Electric Traction on the Orleans Railway, H. Parodi, 408
  • - Italy and Central Europe, Proposed New Railways Between, 673
  • - Main Line Railway Electrification :
  • -- U.S.A. North-Western States :
  • -- Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway, 177, 234, 235
  • -- Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, 175, 233, 235
  • -- Great Northern Railway, Cascade Tunnel, 177, 234, 235
  • -- Inland Empire Railroad, 177, 234, 235
  • -- U.S.A., South-Eastern States :
  • -- Norfolk and Western Railway, 342, 343
  • -- Virginian Railroad, 343, 344, 345
  • - Midi Railway of France, Hydraulic Developments, 376
  • - Swiss Federal Railways, Brugg Sub-station, 188
  • - Water Power for the Paris-Orleans Railway Electrification, 584
  • RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES :
  • - General:
  • -- American Diesel-electric Locomotive, 268
  • -- American Eight-coupled Locomotives, 351
  • -- Automatic Train Control in America, 93
  • -- Economy in Axle-box Design, 503
  • -- Garratt Locomotive, R. H. Whitelegg, 392
  • -- Locomotive Feed-water Heater, Worthington-Simpson, Ltd., 53
  • -- Locomotive Testing, Electric, 545
  • -- Single-phase 50-Cycle Electric Locomotive, Fried. Krupp Aktiengesellschaft, 606
  • - British, Colonial and Indian :
  • -- Notes on British Railways, 145 et seq.--see also Railways
  • -- Locomotives, 264
  • -- Locomotive Running and Management, 289
  • -- Shunting and Switching : Coal Premiums, 288
  • -- Southern Railway, New 4-4-0 Type Engines, 440
  • - Foreign :
  • -- Main Line Railway Electrification, Electric Locomotives for :
  • -- U.S.A. North-Western States, Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, 176, 177, 233
  • -- Butte, Anaconda and Pacific Railway, 177, 234
  • -- Great Northern Railway, 177, 234, 236
  • -- Inland Empire Railroad, 177, 234
  • -- U.S.A. South-Western States, Norfolk and Western Railway, 343, 344
  • -- Virginian Railroad, 345
  • -- Norfolk and Western Railway, New Locomotive, 4000 H.P. Two-unit Electric, American Locomotive Company, 96 (Two- page Supplement, January 22nd, 1926)
  • RATING--see Electrical Matters
  • Reamer, New Floating, David Brown and Co., 163
  • Reamers, Adjustable, Brooke Tool Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 249
  • Refractories : Fire-bricks and Bricks for Heat ; Insulating, Timmis and Co., 248
  • Refrigerator, Platen-Munters Ammonia Evaporation System, 220
  • Reinforced Concrete Retaining Walls in India, 386, 390
  • Relaying Track--see Railways
  • Report--see Coal
  • Research and British Engineering Progress, 219
  • Research Exhibits at the Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 37
  • Reservoir Conduit, Queen Mary, 126, 131, 142
  • Retaining Walls and Geostatic Theories, F. W. Woods, 604
  • Ripping Steel Plates, Machine for, Noble and Lund, Ltd., 326, 332, 333
  • Road Congress, International, and Exhibition, 494
  • Rolling Stock--see Railways
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., and Others, Effect of Mass in the Heat Treatment of Nickel Steel, 628
  • Rylands, Sir W. P., Past and Future of the Steel Industry, 574, 583, 600
  • Ryves, Reginald, Water Power Storage by Pumping, 602

S

  • SAFE Loads and Endurance of Steels under Repeated Bending Stresses, 130
  • Safety Working in United States Mines and Quarries, 562
  • Sand Blast Barrel, New, J. W. Jackman and Co., Ltd., 618
  • Sandviken--see Iron and Steel
  • Scholarship Offer to Mining Engineers, 361
  • Scientific Exhibits at the Royal Society's Conversazione, 633
  • Screwing Machine, Simple Hand, Victor Engineering Company, Ltd., 194
  • Sea Waves, Suggested Method of Obtaining Power from, Monsieur P. Van Vloten, 461
  • Sewage Works, New Esholt, Opening of, 530
  • Sewer Pipes Laid by Thrust Boring Machine, Mangnall Irving, 521, 522, 523
  • Shaughnessy, E. H., Rugby Wireless Station, 448
  • Shearing Machines--see Machine Tools
  • SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :
  • - See also Annual Articles
  • General:
  • - Crane Equipment of Shipbuilding Berths, Ebenezer Smith, 406
  • - Electric Propulsion of Ships, Eskil Berg, 275
  • - Freight Economics of a Cargo Vessel, Comparative, with Reciprocating and with Diesel Machinery, W. J. Lovett, 380
  • - Hydro-mechanical Transmission Gearing for Motor Ships, 179
  • - International Shipping Conference, 468
  • - Launching Problems, W. J. Berry, 350
  • - Lloyd's Register :
  • -- Annual Summary, 92
  • -- Quarterly Shipbuilding Returns, 80, 446
  • - Marine Enginesósee Engines
  • - Mercantile Ship Models in Waves, Experiments on, J. L. Kent, 381
  • - Outlook for Shipbuilding, A. C. F. Henderson, 349, 362
  • - Propeller Dimension Formulae, andc., Professor C. M. Carter, 381
  • - Recent Liner Performances, 47
  • - Ship Wave Resistance, Comparison of Mathematical Theory with Experimental Results, W. C. S. Wigley, 381
  • - Shipbuilding Costs, 664
  • - Steering Gear, Electric Hydraulic, Dr. Hele- Shaw and T. E. Beacham, 506
  • - Trials of the Motor Vessel Pacific Trader, Committee's Report, 65
  • - Trials of the Motor Vessel British Aviator, Engines Tested by Marine Oil Engines Trials Committee, 576
  • - What is Sea Speed ? Reginald J. Eyres, 392
  • British Navy :
  • - Dreadnought Anniversary, 155
  • - H.M.S. Suffolk, 217
  • - Launching Arrangements of H.M. Ships Nelson and Rodney, W. J. Berry, 350
  • - New Cruisers, 215
  • Naval Matters :
  • - Engineering Branch of the Royal Navy, 486, 499
  • - "The Engine-room Department Never Fails," 667
  • - Heel and Trim, Method Used for Readily Correcting, A. W. Cluett, 406
  • - Jutland, Battle of, A Retrospect, 545, 555
  • - Naval Construction, 443
  • - Naval Engineers, 499
  • - Navy Estimates, 271
  • - Rebuilding the German Navy, 639
  • - Royal Naval Engineer Officers, 328, 330, 357
  • - Status of Naval Engineers, 524, 547
  • Foreign Navies :
  • - French Cruiser Duquesne, 440
  • - French Navy, 471
  • SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued):
  • Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • - Asturias, R.M.S.P. Motor Passenger Liner, 14, 17, 18, 79, 240, 245 ; (Addendum), 281
  • - Belgian Mercantile Marine, Monsieur A. Pierrard, 660
  • - British Aviator, Motor Vessel, Engines Tested by Marine Oil Engines Trials Committee, 576
  • - Motor Ship Danmark, Burmeister and Wain, Ltd., 265
  • - Motor Ships for South America, William Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 321
  • - Pacific Trader, Motor Vessel, Engines Tested by Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee, Wm. Doxford and Sons, 65
  • - Triple-screw Liner Laurentic, 465
  • SIEVEKING, Alfred R., Swiss Hydro-electric Supply, 519 ; (Correction), 561
  • Silicates--see Iron and Steel
  • Silver and Tin Alloys, A. J. Murphy, 345
  • Sixty Years Ago, 9, 54, 79, 98, 124, 149, 187, 212, 246, 273, 293, 334, 351, 389, 409, 440, 465, 504, 523, 552, 588, 603, 641, 663
  • Sixty Years Ago and To-day, 45
  • Slater, I. G., and T. H. Turner, Hardness of Carbon Steels at High Temperatures, 629
  • Sludge, Activated, Diffused-air Method of Treatment, 79
  • Smith, Ebenezer, Crane Equipment of Shipbuilding Berths, 406
  • Smith, N. Garrett, The Fracturing of Fishplates, 435
  • Societies--see Associations
  • Soft Soldering of Copper, Dr. T. B. Crow, 318
  • Softening of Strain-hardened Metals, andc., R. W. Bailey, 292
  • SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - 83, 161, 194, 251, 278, 305, 421, 478, 504, 579, 618, 675
  • - Aviation Service in South Africa, 618
  • - Big Electric Hoist, 504
  • - Bridges, New, 549
  • - Briquette Manufacture Company, 421
  • - Broken Hill Power Plant, 579
  • - Broken Hill Power Scheme, 161
  • - Cape Town's Electrical System, 675
  • - Consumption of Gas and Electricity in Johannesburg, 619
  • - Demand for Railways, 675
  • - Durban Ship Repairing Job, 549
  • - Eight Hours' Day, 478
  • - Electric Railway Working, 579
  • - Electrification of Natal Main Line, 83
  • - Expenditure on Rolling Stock, 618
  • - Factories in Liquidation, 161
  • - Floating Dock at Table Bay, 675
  • - Fruit Wagons, New, 579
  • - Gas for Johannesburg, 504
  • - Government Areas New Plant, 675í
  • - Important Ship Repair, 421
  • - Industrial Progress, 83
  • - Irrigation in Great Fish River Valley, 618
  • - Irrigation of the Kalahari, 194
  • - Kalahari Problem, 161
  • - Labour-saving Elevators, 305
  • - Large Gas Plant Wanted, 579
  • - Large S.A.R. Orders, 305
  • - Locomotives on Nigerian Railways, 83
  • - Locomotives Ordered from Germany, 579
  • - Metrovick Electric Winders, 675
  • - Mineral Output, 161, 549
  • - Mineral Output for 1925, 478
  • - Motor Car Centre, 305
  • - Municipal Enterprises, 549
  • - Narrow-gauge Motor Truck, 618
  • - Natal Railway Electrification, 194
  • - New Cape Central Railway, 504
  • - Novel Power Agreement, 194
  • - Orders Lost Through Strike, 675
  • - Petroleum in S.W. Africa, 478
  • - Pig Iron Production, 251
  • - Platinum Activities, 478
  • - Platinum Production in the Transvaal, 278
  • - Port Elizabeth's Electrical Power, 161
  • - Port Elizabeth Harbour Extension, 579
  • - Power Station, Large, at Durban, 305
  • - Power Station Mishap, 504
  • - Pulp Binder Invented, 194
  • - Railway Electrification, 504
  • - Railway Rolling Stock, 549
  • - Railways, New, 549
  • - Rand-Cape Telephone Service, 618
  • - Rand's Record Output, 618
  • - Record Workshop Job, 549
  • - Refrigerating Plants, 549
  • - Reservoirs Troubled by Silt, 194
  • - Rhodesian Chrome for U.S.A., 478
  • - Rhodesian Irrigation Project, 305
  • - Rhodesia's Mineral Riches, 194
  • - Rock Hoist, A Large, 305
  • - Union Irrigation, 161
  • - Union's 1925 Maize Crop, 305
  • - Union Miniere's New Plant, 675
  • - Union Railway Budget, 579
  • - Union Railways' Traffic, 421
  • - Union Rolling Stock, 161
  • - Union Steel Corporation, 83
  • - Water Valve, World's Largest, 305
  • - Witbank Super Power Station, 161, 478
  • - World's Largest Electric Hoist, 619
  • "SPREAD" of Metal in Rolling, C. E. Davies, 598, 626
  • Standardisation in Industry, 293
  • Stations, Railway--see Railways
  • Status of Naval Engineers, 524
  • Steam, Misunderstandings About, 185
  • Steam Tables, Consistency of, 272
  • Steam Turbine Plant for an Old Cotton Mill, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 52
  • Steam Turbines, Improved, for Turbo - generators, Oerlikon Ltd., 105 ; (Letter), 124
  • Steel--see Iron
  • Stockdale, Dr. D., Aluminium-copper-tin Alloys, 318
  • Striation Due to Working or Corrosion, Monsieur A. M. Portevin, 346
  • Stroborama, Monsieurs Laurent and Augustin Seguin, 506
  • Sulzer, Robert, Temperature Variation and Heat Stresses in Diesel Engines, 379, 391, 420
  • Super-accurate Production of Spur Gears on the Gear Shaper, H. Walker, 316 ; (Letter), 384
  • Superheating of Steam, Automatic, 516
  • Sutlej Valley Irrigation Project, 644
  • Swiss Hydro-electric Supply, Alfred R. Sieve- king, 519 ; (Correction), 561

T

  • TAR Distilling Plant at Steel Works, W. C. Holmes and Co., Ltd., 68, 72
  • Taylor, J. E., Propagation of Electric Waves, 249
  • Telegraphy and Telephony, Wireless--see Wireless
  • Telephone, Jubilee of the, 636
  • Television, Transmitting and Receiving Instruments, J. L. Baird, 641
  • Temperature Variation--see Engines
  • Testing Machines--see also Machine Tools
  • Testing Machines :
  • - Izod Impact Testing, 207
  • - Rubber Testing, 206, 207
  • - Spring Testing, 207
  • - W. and T. Avery, 206
  • Tests of a Back-pressure Steam Turbine, Monsieur M. Hentsch, 462
  • Thermionic Generators, andc.--see Wireless Telegraphy
  • Thermo Element, Vacuum, Moll and Berger, 38
  • Thomas, H. A., An Electrical Method of Measuring Small Fluid Pressures, 88
  • Thompson, Lindley, and H. Walmsley, Testing Static Transformers, 158
  • Thrust Boring, Mangnall Irving System, Sewage Pipes Laid by, 521, 522, 523
  • Time Taken to Start a Stand-by Power Plant, 450 ; (Letter), 465
  • Too Many Institutions ? 272 ; (Letter), 412
  • Tookey, W. A., Industrial Tests of Internal Combustion Engines, 437
  • Toothless Gear, Garrard Gears, Ltd., 304
  • Torsionmeters, 73 ; (Letters), 95, 222
  • Traditional Architectural Forms and their Structural Efficiency, William Harvey, 374
  • Trains and Train Control--see Railways
  • Trucks--see also Electrical Matters
  • Tunnel, Cable, Under the Thames, 242
  • Turbine, Back-pressure Steam, Tests of, Monsieur M. Hentsch, 462
  • Turbine Blades, Wear of Nickel Steel ; Turbine, Exhaust Gas, Rotor for, Special Steels, 407, 408
  • Turbines--see also Steam
  • Turbo-generators--see Electrical Matters
  • Turner, Lieut.-Colonel F. W., Modern Flour Milling Machinery, 635, 645, 670
  • Tyas, G. F., Matthew Murray, 268

V

  • VALVES for the Fourth Thirlmere Pipe Line, 550
  • Valves, Multiple Flap, "Ismailia," E. C. Bowden-Smith, 160
  • Van Ryneveld's Pass Irrigation Works, 54
  • Variety in Design, 246
  • Vulcanised Fibre--see British Engineering Standards

W

  • WAGES Board for the Coal Industry, 556
  • Wagon, 200 Cubic Feet Side-tipping, Robert Hudson, Ltd., 334
  • Wagons—-see also Railway
  • Wairoa—-see Bridge
  • Walker, H., Involute Internal Gearing, 146, 172
  • Walker, H., Super-accurate Production of Spur Gears on the Gear Shaper, 316
  • Wallis, B. N., Technical Aspects of the Commercial Airship, 217 ; (Letter), 296
  • Wapping—-see Pumps
  • Washing Filtering Material, New Method of, Alfred E. Smith, 561
  • Water Power Development in Switzerland, 366
  • Water Power in Italy, the Orba Torrent, 98
  • Water Power for the Paris-Orleans Railway Electrification, 584
  • Water Power Projects in Spain, 348
  • Water Power Resources of Canada, 436
  • Water Power Storage by Pumping, Reginald Ryves, 602
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • - (See also Annual Articles and Reservoir)
  • - Big Water Supply Scheme, 496
  • - Caine Waterworks Improvements, 68
  • - Manchester Waterworks, W. F. H. Creber, 614
  • - Metropolitan Water Board, Recent Works, 77
  • - Paris Water Supply, 12
  • - Thirlmere Pipe Line, The Fourth, 550
  • WELDING of Aluminium, Notes on, Edgar T. Painton, 189
  • Welding Plant, Portable Arc Welding, Siemens- Schuckert, Ltd., 562
  • Whirling Speeds of Drum Rotors, T. M. Naylor, 89 ; (Letters), 222, 277
  • White, Colin R., Construction of a Breakwater Head at Madras, 464
  • Whitelegg, R. H., The Garratt Locomotive, 392
  • Wigley, W. C. S., Ship Wave Resistance : Comparison of Mathematical Theory with Experimental Results, 381
  • Wilson, P. H., Nobel Oil Engine, 324
  • Wimperis, H. E., Relationship of Physics to Aeronautical Research, 613
  • Windmills for Generation of Electricity, 586
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY :
  • - See also Annual Articles--Electrical Matters
  • - Exhibits, Various, at the Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 38
  • - Frequency Variations in Thermionic Generators, Lieut.-Colonel K. E. Edgeworth, 70
  • - Imperial Wireless Beam Stations, Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Company, Ltd., 78
  • - Propagation of Radio Waves, J. Hollingworth, 192
  • - Radio Frequency Resistance and Inductance of Coils, 152
  • - Rugby Wireless Station, Motor Generators for, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 40 ; (Correction), 107
  • - Rugby Wireless Station, E. H. Shaughnessy, 448
  • - Seaplane, Wireless Equipment of, 209
  • - Transatlantic Wireless Telephony, 290
  • WOODWORKING MACHINERY :
  • - Olympia, Woodworking Machinery at, 472
  • -- Belt, Roller-fed Sand-papering Machine ; Haunching Tenons and Cutting Wedges, New Machine for, Haighs (Oldham), Ltd., 473
  • -- Chain-cutter and Hollow Chisel Mortising Machine with New Sharpening Tool, Planing and Moulding Machines, Saw Bench, Under-driven, Thomas Robinson and Son, Ltd., 473
  • -- Electro-brazing Apparatus, Joinery Machines, Wadkin and Co., 473
  • -- High-speed, Four-side, Planing and Moulding Machine, Thomas White and Sons, Ltd., 473
  • -- Mortising and Tenoning Machines, Sandpapering Machines, Sawing and Planing Machines, John Pickles and Sons, Ltd., 473
  • -- Super-Elliot Woodworker, Dominion Machinery Company, 473
  • - Sanding Machine, Combined Chain and Chisel Morticer, Combined Surfacer and Saw, Dominion Machinery Company, 248
  • - Wood Planing and Matching Machine, Highspeed, Thomas Robinson and Son, Ltd., 302, 303
  • WOODS, F. W., Retaining Walls and Geostatic Theories, 604
  • WORKS :
  • - British Ciment Fondu Factory, 107
  • - Linoleum Factory, 90

Y

  • YARROW, Harold, High-pressure Water-tube Marine Boilers, 405, 410, 411, 414, 587

Z

  • ZINC Oxide in Brass, Determination of, Dr. B. S. Evans and Mr. H. F. Richards, 346

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