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Names

A

  • Adamson, Daniel, and Co., Ltd., Automatic Underground Sewage Pumping Plant, 525
  • A.D.C. Aircraft, Ltd., A.D.C. Nimbus-Martinsyde Fighting Scout, 5, 7
  • Airship Guarantee Co, Airship R 100, 35,:36
  • Albert Edward Dock on the Tyne, New Riverside Quay at, 664. 665
  • Allen, W. H.. Sons and Co., Ltd., and Harland and Wolff, Ltd., Six-cylinder Oil Engine Generator Sets, 301
  • Amazon, H.M. Destroyer, 2
  • American Experimental Arch Darn, 478
  • American Laboratory of Insurance Engineering, 676, 704
  • American Railway Pageant., 64—for List of Locomotives Exhibited see Subjects. Railway Pageant
  • Armstrong. Sir W. G. Whitworth and Co., Ltd.. H.M. Battleship Nelson, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Askania Regulator Controlling Steam Boiler Furnaces, 598
  • Ateliers do Constructions Electriques de Charleroi, 15-Ton Electro-Hydraulic Ingot Casting Crane, 240, 244
  • Augustus, World's Largest Motor Liner, Italian, 9, 11
  • Avonmouth Docks Extension, 539, 546, 563, 574; Grain-handling Appliances, &c., 603
  • A. V. Roe and Co., Ltd., Avro " Avian " Light Aeroplane, 35, 46; Avro Buffalo Deck-landing Torpedo Carrier, 35, 36, 46; Avro Cierva " Autogiro," 36, 46

B

  • Babcock and Wilcox High-duty Boilers for Sawmill Refuse, 692
  • Bagnall, W. G., Ltd. Side-tank Engine for 2ft. 6in. Gauge Railway, 22
  • Beames, Captain H. P. M., Reorganisation of Crewe Locomotive Works, 312. 314
  • Beardmore " Inflexible " All-metal Monoplane, 544
  • Beardmore Oil Engine, 1500 B.H.P., 900 r.p.m., 11
  • Beardmore, William. and Co., Ltd., and the English Electric Co, Ltd., 500 B.H.P. Oil-Electric Train for L.M. and S. Railway, 514. 518
  • Bermuda, Quadruple-screw Motor Liner, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Berwick, Old and New Road Bridges Over the Tweed, 542
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co Ltd., "Garratt" Locomotive, San Paulo Railway, 16, 20, 21
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., Hole and Expansion Link Grinding Machines, 600, 608
  • Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co Ltd., Blackburn "Ripon" Torpedo Plane, 36, 46; Blackburn "Bluebird" Light Seaplane, 34. 46
  • Blackie, Captain A., Heat-loss Gauge, 44
  • Booth, Joseph, and Brothers, Ltd., 3-Ton Level-luffing Crane, 684
  • Bottcher and Gessnor, Wood-planing and Mortising Machine, 285, 286
  • Boulton and Paul, Ltd., " Sidestrand " Day Bomber, 34, 46
  • Brett's Patent Lifter Company, Ltd., 110
  • Brighton, Automatic Electric Sub-stations at, 578, 579
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co, Ltd., Bristol Bulldog Single-seater Fighter, 34, 46; Bristol Type 101 Two-seater Fighter, 34
  • British Industries Fair - see Separate Section of Index
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Transformers for the Coventry Power Station, 460
  • Broadstairs Waterworks, Rumfields Pumping Station, 017, 630
  • Brown, Boveri and Co. 20,000-kW Turbo-generator at Rotterdam, 506, 549 (Two-page Supplement, May 11th, 1928)
  • Brown-Firth Research Laboratories, " H.R. Crown " Steel Wire, " H.R. Crown " Steel, " Staybrito " Steel and Firth Stainless Steel, 100
  • Brown, John, and Co., Ltd., Canadian Pacific Liner Duchess of Bedford, 594
  • Brown, John, and Co., Ltd., C.P.R. Geared-turbine Passenger Steamer Princess Elaine, 314
  • Building Trades Exhibition. 430, 451—For Names of Exhibitors and Exhibits, Nee Miscellaneous Index, Building Trades

C

  • Calcutta Waterworks, 394, 406, 423, 434
  • Cambridge Instrument Co, H.T. Duddell Oscillograph and Condenser, 43. 44; periodicity Vibrograph, 42, 43; 1..Low-tension Schering Bridge, 43, 44; Moullin-Thermionic Voltmeters, 72; Recording Potentiometer. 72, 73; Temperature Deviation Indicators, 101; Wave Form Indicator, 72
  • Cammell, Laird and Co, Ltd., H.M. First-class Battleship Rodney, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Canadian National Railways, Passenger Locomotive, 16, 20, 22
  • Canadian Pacific Cargo Ship SS Beaverburn, William Denny and Brothers, Ltd.. 23. 53 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • C.P.R. Liner Duchess of Bedford, John Brown and Co., Ltd., 594
  • Canadian Pacific Liner Empress of Australia,Re-engined, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Co, Ltd., 23
  • Canadian Passenger Steamer SS Princess Elaine, 314
  • Carlton-Sutton, T., Apparatus for Measuring Energy Emitted by Explosives' Detonation, 99
  • Carrara Marble Quarry, Aerial Ropeway, 180, 181
  • C. F. Casella and Co. Ltd., Now Form of Cathetometer, 412
  • Cedars Rapids Power Station on the St. Lawrence River, 313
  • Chester, Rural Electrification at, 649
  • Clarkson Thimble-tube Waste Heat Boilers for Submarines. 205
  • Coalfax. Self-discharging Collier, Furness Ship-building and Engineering Company, Ltd., 24
  • Cooke, Troughton and Simms Ltd.. Levelling and Stadia Staff, 657
  • Cooksley, A., Combination Wood -working Machine, Planing Machine, 454
  • Coventry Power Station, Transformers for. 460
  • Crewe Locomotive Works, Reorganisation of, Captain H. P. M. Beames, 312, 314
  • Crompton Parkinson Ltd., Portable Multi-range Ammeter, 42, 43
  • Croydon Aerodrome Aircraft Sheds at, 490, 493

D

E

  • Elax Motor Tanker, Netherland Shipbuilding Co, 156
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., Current Transformers, Portable A.C. Voltmeters, Vacuum Thermo-couples, 73
  • Erith Stoneware Pipe Works, Doulton and Co., Ltd., 534; (Letter), 571; (Addendum), 674 (Two-page Supplement, May 18th, 1928)
  • Escher-Wyss Oil Pump Unit and Gate-cleaning Apparatus, Water Turbines and Generator for Shannon Power Plant, 318, 341
  • Etimuco, 24-Ton Air Hammer, 5-Ton Drop Hammer, 284
  • Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., Ltd.; Synchronous Motor, Induction Ammeter, Current Transformer, 99
  • Evershed and Vignoles, bionic Water Tester, 73

F

G

  • General Electric Company, Ltd., and Fraser and Chalmers, 1750 13.H. I'. Six-cylinder Heavy Oil Engine for Driving Generator, 200
  • General Electric Company, Vacuum Switch, 73
  • Gercke, M., Peak Load Problem, &,c., 406
  • Gisborne, New Zealand, Now Harbour Works, 174, 184.; Concrete Caisson for Breakwater Construction, 174
  • Gloster Aircraft Co. Ltd., Gloster " Goring " Long-distance Day Bomber, 4, 5. Gloster IV. Racing Seaplane, 4 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Gough, Dr. H. J., and A. J. Murphy. Failure of Wrought Iron Chain. 455, 468
  • Granberg, V. W.. High-duty Boilers for Saw-mill Refuse, 692
  • G.W. Railway, Four-cylinder Express Locomotive King George V., 18, 20 (Supplement,January 6th, 1928)
  • Gregson, Major W., Waste Heat Recovery, 204,216
  • Guildford, Electric Generating Station at, C. A. Parsons and Co, Ltd., 590, 634

H

  • Haigh, Professor B. P., The Static Balancing of Rotors, 310. 338, 350
  • H. G. Hawker Engineering Company, Ltd.: Hawker Horsley Long-distance Machine, 34,46. Hawker Horsley Torpedo Carrier, 34, 35
  • Hellgate Power Station, New York. low-pressure Turbine Cylinder for, 638
  • Herbert. Alfred, Ltd., Heavy Duty Vertical Milling Machine, 494, 495
  • Herbert, Alfred. Semi-automatic Lathe, 284,285
  • Herbert, E. G., " Cloudburst " Hardness Tester, 696
  • Heywood, S. H., and Co., Ltd., 30-Ton Duplex Overhead Travelling Crane, 354
  • Hilger, Adam, Acoustic Resonator " Muto-chrome," 74
  • H.M. Aircraft Carrier [[[HMS Courageous|Courageous]] 230
  • H.M. Armoured Cruiser London, 2 (supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • H.M. Destroyer Amazon, 2
  • H.M. First Class Battleship Nelson, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • H.M. First Class Battleship Rodney, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • HMS Sussex, Launch of, 249
  • Horne Copper Mine and Smelter at Noranda, Quebec, 376, 378
  • Horseferry-road Sub-station, 188
  • Howden Marine Boiler, 315 lb. Pressure, James Howden and Co Ltd., 25
  • Hudson River Bridge, 426
  • Hulse and Co, Ltd., Drilling, Boring and Milling Machine, 382

I

  • "Inflexible" All-metal Monoplane, 544
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers. Steam Nozzle Research Committee's Report, 95
  • Isenthal and Co, Ltd., Aegir Depth Indicator, Electric Alarm or Voltage Regulator, 98
  • Isle Maligne Power-house on the Saguenay.River, 71
  • Isle of Man Steamer Ben-my-Chree. Cammell, Laird and Co, Ltd., 24
  • Italian Motor Liner Saturnia, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Italian State Railways, 'Decapod' Locomotive, 593; 'Mikado' Locomotive, 593, 'Pacific' Locomotive, 593

J

K

  • Kayser, J. Ferdinand, Geometry. Wear and Testing of Safety Razor Blade Edges, 621
  • Kip's Bay, New Boiler at, 220
  • Kitson-Still Locomotive, 484, 491, 581; (Letters), 554, 572
  • Kitson-Still Steam and Internal Combustion Locomotive, 16. 19, 21
  • Krupp, Fried., Aktiengesellschaft, 50-Cycle Single-phase Electric Locomotive, 219

L

  • Laidlaw-Drew Oil Burners for Kitson-Still Locomotive, 581
  • Leipzig, Technical Fair at, 284
  • Lentz Marino Engine, 1700 I.H.P. Double Compound, John Dickson and Son Ltd.,25
  • Lockheed Hydraulic Brake System Fitted to " Inflexible " Monoplane, 544
  • London, H.M. Armoured Cruiser, 2 (Supplement, .January 6th, 1928)
  • L.M. and S. Railway, Garrett., Locomotive Beyer-Peacock, 18, 19
  • L.M. and S. Railway, Tank Engine, 18, 19
  • L.M. and S. Railway, 500 B.H.P. Oil-electric Train, William Beardmore and Co Ltd., 514, 518
  • L.M. and S. Railway, Three-cylinder Express Locomotive " Royal Scot," 18, 19 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, New Steam Coach, 722
  • L. and N.B. Railway, Corridor Tender, 666, 667
  • L. and N.E. Railway Three-cylinder Locomotive with Woodard Connecting-rod, 18, 19, 20(Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Longridge, Michael (Portrait), 107
  • Lubeck-Travetnunde Flying Boat Service. 100-Ton Floating Dry Dock for, 320

M

  • MacDonald, R. C.. Defective Welds, 457
  • Maentwrog Power-house of North Wales Power Company, 151, 152; (Addenda), 195
  • Marconi Co, Short-wave Wireless Receiver, Portable Wireless Receiver, 98
  • Markham and Co Ltd., Large Steam Winding Engines, 458, 459; (Correction), 501
  • Martin Mercury Contact Manometer, 181
  • Martin Rotor Balancing Machine, 338, 340, 350
  • Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., Twin-screw Fire Float for Rangoon, 558, 660
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., 100-kW Auxiliary Generator Set, 347
  • Mitchell Conveyor and Transporter Co, Ltd., Locomotive Coaling Plants at Doncaster, Feltham, King's Cross, Nine Elms, Ramsgate, Whitemoor, Willesden, 291, 294
  • Moltke. Ex-German Battle-cruiser, Salving of, 605
  • Montreal, Grain Elevator System at, 714, 717

N

  • Nalder Brothers and Thompson. Ltd., Voltmeters and Wattmeters, Induction Instruments, Ammeters, &c., Reverse Current Relay, Combined Power Factor and Induction Wattmeter, 99, 100
  • Nasmyth, Wilson and Co, Ltd., Nigerian Railway's Tank Locomotive, 21; Barsi Light Railway, 2ft. 6in. Gauge Engine, 21, 22
  • Negretti and Zambra, Temperature Indicator (Dial Thermometer with Signalling Device), 101; Surface Thermometer, 102
  • Nelson, H. M. First Class Battleship, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Newcastle-Gateshead New Road Bridge, 206
  • New Holland Pier, Reconstruction of, 228
  • Niagara Falls, Preservation of, 368

O

  • Oerlikon Steam Turbine Driven Alternator, 25,000 H.P.. Report on, 366k
  • Orient Turbine Liner Orford, Vickers-Armstrong, 439

P

  • P.L.M. Railway, 4-8-4 Tank Engine. 414
  • Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., Eight-Cylinder Oil Engine for High Latitudes, 357
  • Paugan Falls Power Plant on the Gatineau River, 523
  • Peckett and Sons Ltd., Saddle Tank Engine, 21, 22
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 42, 72, 98-For Exhibits. see Subjects Index,
  • Scientific Instruments
  • Pickles. John, and Son (Engineers). Ltd.,
  • Panel Planing Machine, Planing And Moulding Machine, Three-drum Sander, 453, 454
  • Plenty-Still Engine, 210 B.H.P., 10
  • Pointe du Bois Power Plant on the Winnipeg River. 189
  • Poplar, 10,000-kW Turbo-generator, 12 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928):,
  • Port Gisborne, Commonwealth Dominion Line Motor Cargo Ship, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Post Office Tube Railway, London, 153 (Two-page Supplement, February 10th,)928)
  • Power Plant Co, Ltd., Urge Double Helical Gear Generating Machine, 462, 466, 467
  • Pressure Piling Company, Ltd., Air Pressure Piling System, 441
  • Pulsometer Engineering Co, Ltd., New Pumping Plant for the Dearne Valley Water Board, 373

Q

  • Quebec, Hydraulic Power Developments in, 313, 322

R

  • R101, Constructional Details, Lieut.-Colonel V. C. Richmond, 398, 399, 410; (Letters), 459, 516, 554, 598
  • Ransome, A., and Co., Ltd., Log Cross-cutting Saw, 441
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., High-speed Navvies and Drag Line Excavators. 272
  • Reavell-Askania Automatic Control Gear, 596
  • Reavell and Co, Ltd.. Air Compressor for Six-cylinder Heavy Oil Engine, 203
  • Richmond, V. C., Lieut.-Colonel, Developments in Rigid Airship Construction, 398, 399, 410 (Letter), 459
  • Robinson, Thomas, and Son, Ltd., Heavy Double-spindle Moulder, Panel Planing and Thicknessing Machine. Straight Edging and Ripping Saw Bench, 451, 452
  • Rodney, H.M., First Class Battleship, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Rotterdam Lloyd Motor Liner Sibajak. 192; (Correction), 253
  • Rottle Hydro-electric lower Station. Sweden, 258, 268, 290
  • Rowland, B. R., and Co., Ltd., Double Electrically Driven Wet Tool Grinder, 84
  • Royal Dutch Navy, Torpedo Boat S.M. 2, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 238
  • Rumfields-see Broadstairs
  • Ruston Steam Caterpillar Digger, 93, 104
  • Ryburn Pipe Line for Wakefield Waterworks, 135

S

  • Sagar. J., and Co., Ltd., Chain-feed Edging and Sawing Machine, Heavy Planing and Thicknessing Machine, 452, 453
  • St. Francis Dam, Collapse of, 380, 438, 568
  • Saratoga, United States Aeroplane Carrier, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Saturnia, Italian Motor Liner, 11 (Supplement. January 6th, 1928)
  • Schiess-Defries, Cutter Head Grinding Machine, Tool Grinding Machine, 285
  • Schiess-Defries, Horizontal Boring Machine, 285
  • Schiess-Defries Machine Tool Company, New Lathe and New Tool, 158, 166
  • Schmaltz, Friedrich, Portable Grinder for Locomotive Repair, 285, 286
  • Schmaltz, Friedrich, Saw-sharpening Machine, 285
  • Schmidt Super-pressure Locomotive, Henschel and Sons, 20, 21
  • Schmidt-Henschel High -pressure Two-pressure Locomotive, 80, 81, 82; (Correction), 223 (Two-page Supplement, January 20th, 1928)
  • Schwab, Charles M., Portrait, 510, 519
  • Scotland, 11,000-Volt Electric Transmission Lines in, 710
  • Scotts Shipbuilding and Engineering Co. Ltd., Twin-screw Cargo Motor Vessel Eurybates, 345 (Two-page Supplement, March 30th, 1928)
  • Scott-Still Oil Engine, 3000 B.H.P., 10
  • Scott-Still 2500 S.H.P. Engine for Motor Vessel Eurybates, 345 (Two-page Supplement, March 30th, 1928)
  • Sentinel-Cammell Geared Steam Rail Car, 551
  • Shanks, Alexander, and Son, Ltd., 80 B.H.P. Oil Engine, 639
  • Shannon Power Plant, 318, 341; Turbines foi the Shannon Hydro-electric Power Station, 318, 319
  • Shannon Power Scheme. Concrete Work at Generating Station Site, 34-kV Transmission Lines, 50, 51
  • Siam, Irrigation in, Prasak Barrage, 147
  • Singapore. 50,000-Ton Floating Dock for, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd., 68, 69
  • Singapore Floating Dock, Electrical Equipment, E. T. Williams, 486
  • Smith, Professor S. Parker, Report on n. Three-phase Turbo-alternator, 366, 402; (Letter), 459
  • Societte des Engrenages Citroen, Gear-driven Train Lighting Set, 276
  • Southampton, Port of, F. E. Wentworth - Sheilds, 705
  • Southern Railway Express Goods Engine, 19 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Stephenson, Robert, and Co., Ltd., Metre-gauge Locomotive, Kenya—Uganda Railway, 21, 22
  • Stonebyres and Bonnington Hydro-electric Stations, 13 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Stourport Electric Power Station and Turbo-generators, 22,500 kVA, 12 (Supplement, January 6th. 1928)
  • Streamline Filter Co Ltd., 200-Ton Oil Separator for the Japanese Navy, 112
  • Sturrock Universal Pipe Frame, L. Ferguson, Ltd., 414
  • Sugden, T., Ltd., " Stets " Boiler Feed Controller for High Pressures. 582
  • Sulzer Brothers, 2000 B.H.P. Experimental Oil Engine, 138
  • Sulzer 7000 S.H.P. Two-stroke Marine Oil Engine, 375
  • Superheater Co Ltd., " M.L.S." Super-heater Header and Regulator, 320
  • Supermarine Aviation Works, Ltd., Super-marine S 5 Raring Seaplane, 5, 6
  • Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works. High-pressure Steam Locomotive, 274
  • Sydney Steel Plant, Nova Scotia, Dominion Iron and Steel Co Ltd., 681, 688

T

  • Talbot Open-hearth Furnace with Auxiliary Hearths, 483
  • Tangent Tool and Engineering Co. Ltd., 1-Ton Motor Roller, 83
  • Thornycroft, John I., and Co., Ltd., Coastal Motor Torpedo-boat for the Dutch Navy, 238
  • Thornycroft, John I., and Co., Ltd., H.M.Destroyer Amazon, 2
  • Thring High-pressure Indicator for Guns and Rifles, 298
  • Tinsley, H., and Co., Resistance Box Switch, 98
  • Treforest Power Station, Interior, 12, 13

U

  • Uniflow Pump Company, Ltd., " Uniflow " Pump, 526
  • United States Aeroplane Carrier Saratoga, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)

V

  • Vickers Ltd., Vickers " Valiant " General Service Military Machine, 7 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928); Vickers " Vivid " Military Two-seater, 5, 7
  • Vickers-Armstrong's Naval Construct ion Works, Orient Liner Orford, 439; Vickers • Armstrongs, Ltd., 33-Ton. Hydraulic Coal Hoist.
  • Vinycomb, T. B., Wave Model, John Griffin and Sons, Ltd., 100
  • Voith and Co., Turbines, Turbine Runner, Speed Ring, Spiral Casing, Thrust Bearing, for Shannon Power Scheme, 318, 341
  • Vulcan Foundry, Ltd., Broad-gauge Standard Locomotive for India, 16, 20

W

  • Wadkin and Co, Canting-spindle Dimension Saw Bench, Motor-driven Automatic Cross-cut Saw. Motor-driven Cross-cutting and Trenching Machine, 431
  • Warner-Swasey Pneumatic Tool. 525
  • Weir, G. and J.. Ltd., High-pressure Turbine-driven Feed Pump, 640
  • Werkspoor Works, Extra High-pressure Steam Engine at. 130, 134
  • West Templeton Paper Mills, Canada. 212, 216
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Co Ltd., Metal Rectifiers, 684
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd., Pressed Steel Vacuum Brake Cylinders, 109
  • Westland Aircraft Works, Westland " Wapiti " General Service Military Machine, 4 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928); Westland " Widgeon III." Light Two-seater, 4, 5
  • Weyburn Engineering Co, Ltd., Completely Submersible Lifeboat Engine, 162, 163
  • White Star Liner Laurentic, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 24 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • " Wico 1' Magneto, 385
  • Wigan's Hoscar Sewage Disposal Works, Bacteria Beds, Settling Tanks, 39, 40
  • Williams, Ernest T., Electrical Equipment of Singapore Floating Dock, 486
  • Willow Holme Power Station, Interior, 12
  • Winget (1924), Ltd.. 10/7 Open Drum Concrete Mixer, Kerb and Channel Moulder, 430
  • Woodbridge--see Guildford
  • Work Meters, Ltd., Work Meter Electrical Contact Maker, 328; (Addendum). 361
  • Workman-Sulzer Oil Engine, 3500 B.H.P., Workman, Clark and Co, Ltd., 10

Y

  • Yarrow and Co, Ltd., 400 lb. Pressure Boiler Steam Drum, 460
  • Yarrow Boiler Combustion Chamber, 23
  • Yarrow Boiler with Erith-Roe Stoker, 23

Z

  • Zoelly Turbine, 12,000 KW, Blading of, 177

Subjects

A

  • Aerial Ropeway at the Sagro Quarries, Carrara, 180, 181
  • Air Compressor for Large Heavy Oil Engine, Reavell and Co., Ltd., 203

AERONAUTICS

    • See also Miscellaneous Index, Annual Articles
    • Some Aeroplanes of 1927. 4, 5 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928) 4
    • Aircraft Sheds at Croydon Aerodrome, 490. 493
    • Hydraulic Brakes for Aeroplanes, Lockheed System, 544
    • Rigid Airship Construction, R 101, Lieut=Colonel V. C. Richmond, 398, 399, 410; (Letters). 459, 516, 554, 598
  • Automatic Control Gear for Gasworks, Boiler Plant, &c., Reavell-Askania, 596

B

  • Balancing Machine. Rotor, Martin, 338, 348, 350
  • Boiler Feed Controller, " Stets," for High Pressures, T. Sugden, Ltd., 582
  • Boiler, 315 lb. Pressure, Howden Marine, James Howden and Cb., Ltd., 25
  • Boiler, New, at Kip's Bay, 220
  • Boiler Steam Drum, 400 lb. Pressure, Yarrow and Co.. Ltd., 460
  • Boiler, Yarrow, with Erith-Roe Stoker, Yarrow Boiler Combustion Chamber, 23
  • Boilers, High-duty, for Sawmill Refuse, V. W. Granberg, 692
  • Boilers, Thimble-tube Waste Heat, for Submarines, Thomas Clarkson, 205
  • Boring Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Brick-set Harrington Stoker on Yarrow Boiler at Barking, 247
  • Bridge, Hudson River, 426
  • Bridge, New Road, Newcastle-Gateshead, 206
  • Bridges, Old and New Road. Over the Tweed at Berwick, 542
  • Building Trades—see Miscellaneous Index

C

  • Cathetometer, New Form of, C. F. Casella and Co., Ltd., 412
  • Chain, Wrought Iron, Failure of. Dr. H. J. Gough and A. J. Murphy, 455, 468
  • Coal Hoist, 33-Ton Hydraulic, Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 694
  • Commercial Road Vehicle Hall at Leipzig, 284
  • Concrete Mixer, 10/7 Open Drum, Winget (1924), Ltd., 430
  • Copper Mine and Smelter at Noranda, Quebec, Horne Copper Corporation, 376, 378
  • Corridor Tender, L. and N.E. Railway, 666, 667
  • Crane, 15-Ton Electro-hydraulic Ingot Casting, 240, 244
  • Crane, 30-Ton Duplex Overhead Travelling Crabs, Travel Motor and Gearing, and Brake, Crab Position Indicator, S. H. Heywood and Co., Ltd., 354
  • Crane, 3-Ton Level-luffing, Joseph Booth and Brothers, Ltd., 684

D

  • Dam, St. Francis (Los Angeles Water Supply ), Collapse of. 380, 438, 568
  • Dam, Stevenson Experimental, 478
  • Digger, Ruston Steam Caterpillar, 93, 104
  • Dock Extension at Avonmouth, 539, 546. 563. 574; Grain Handling Appliances, dc., 603
  • Drilling—see Machine Tools
  • Drop Hammer Plant, Converted, Brett's Patent Lifter Company, Ltd., 110

E ELECTRICAL MATTERS

  • Alternator, Oerlikon, Temperature Detectors in Stator, 367
  • Automatic Electric Sub-stations at Brighton, 578. 579
  • Chester, Rural Electrification at, 649
  • Ferranti Transformers with Tapping Changing Gear. 13. 14
  • Gear-driven Train Lighting Dynamo, Societe des Engrenages Citroen. 276
  • Guildford, 1Voodbridge-road Electric Generating Station. 590, 634
  • Horseferry-road Sub-station, 188
  • Isle Maligns Power-house on the Saguenay River, 71
  • Maontwrog Power-house of North Wales Power Company, 151, 152; (Addenda), 195
  • 1200-kW Oil-driven Generator Set for Short's Gardens Station,General Electric Company and Fraser and Chalmers, 230
  • Rottle Hdyro-electric Power Station, Sweden, 258. 268. 290
  • Scotland, 11,000-Volt Electric Transmission Lines in, 710
  • Shannon Power Scheme, Concrete Work at
  • Generating Station Site. 34-kV Transmission Lines, 50, 51
  • Singapore Floating Dock, Electrical Equipment, 486
  • Stonebyres and Bennington Hydro-electric Stations, 13 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Stourport Electric Power Station, 12 (Supplement, January 6th. 1928); Turbo-generators, 22,500 kVA. at Stourport, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 12 (Supplement. January 6th. 1928)
  • Synchronous Motors for Driving Grinders at Paper Mills, 212. 216
  • Transformers for the Coventry Power
  • Station. British Thomson-Houston Company, 460
  • Treforest Power Station, Interior of, 12. 13
  • Turbo-alternator, Three-phase, Report on, Professor S. Parker Smith. 366, 402; (Letter). 459
  • Turbo-generator. 20.000-kW Brown-Boveri, at Rotterdam, 506. 549 (Two-page Supplement, May 11th, 1928)
  • Turbo-generator, 10,000-kW, at Poplar. 12 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Turbo-generator House. Ferry bridge Electric Power Station, 12 (Supplement, January 6th. 1928)
  • Willow Reline Power Station, Interior of, 12
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS :
  • Completely Submersible Lifeboat Engine, Weyburn Engineering Company, Ltd., 162, 163
  • Double Compound Lentz Marine Engine, 1700 I.H.P. John Dickinson and Sons, Ltd., 25
  • Experimental Oil Engine, 2000 B.H.P., Sulzer Brothers. 138
  • Extra-High-Pressure Steam Engine at Werksspoor Works. 130, 134
  • High-speed Navvy Hoisting Engine, 272, 273; Racking Engine, Two-cylinder, 272, 273, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd.
  • Marine Oil Engine, 7000 S.H.P. Two-stroke, Sulzer, 375
  • Marine Oil Engines in 1927. 8; Beardmore Oil Engine, 1500 B.H.P., 900 r.p.m., 11; Plenty-Still Engine, 210 B.H.P., 10; Scott-Still Oil Engine, 3000 B.H.P., 10; Workman-Sulzer Oil Engine. 3500 B.H.P., 10
  • Mirrlees Auxiliary Engine and Generator Set for the Eurybates, 347
  • Oil Engine, Eight-cylinder, for High Latitudes. Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 357
  • Oil Engine Generator Set, 300-kW, 450 B.H.P.. Six-cylinder, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., and W. H. Allen, Sons and Co. Ltd., 301
  • Oil Engine, 80 B.H.P.. for a Woollen Mill, Alexander Shanks and Son, Ltd., 639
  • 1750 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Engine for Driving Generator Sot at Electric Supply Station, Fraser and Chalmers and General Electric Company, Ltd., 200
  • Scott-Still 2500 S.H.P. Engine for Motor Vessel Eurybates, also Auxiliary Engine and Generator Set, 345, 347 (Two-page Supplement. March 30th, 1928)
  • Winding Engines. Deep Steam, for South Africa, Markham and Co., Ltd., 458, 459; (Correction), 501

EXHIBITIONS

  • British Industries Fair — see Separate Section of Index
  • Building Trades Exhibition, 430. 451
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 42, 72, 98—For Exhibits, see Scientific Instruments
  • Technical Fair at Leipzig. 284

F FAIRS—see Exhibitions

  • Fire Float for Rangoon. Twin-screw, Merryweather and Sons. Ltd., 558, 660
  • Floating Dock. 50,000-Ton, for Singapore, Swan. Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Ltd., 68, 69
  • Floating Dry Dock. 100-Ton, for Flying Boats, Lubeck-Travemunde Service, 320

G

  • Gate-cleaning Apparatus for Shannon Power Plant, Escher-Wyss, 342
  • Gear-driven Train Lighting Set, Societe des Engrenages Citroen, 276
  • Gear Generating Machine, Large Double Helical. Power Plant Company. Ltd., 462, 466, 467
  • Geometry, Wear and Testing of Safety Razor Blade Edges. J. F. Kayser, 621
  • Grain Elevator System at Montreal, 714, 717
  • Grain-handling Appliances at Avonmouth, 603
  • Grinders—see Machine Tools

H

  • Hammer, Air, 2I-Ton. Eumuco, 284
  • Hammer, Drop. 5-Ton, Eumuco, 284
  • Harbour Works, Now, for Gisborne, New Zealand, and Concrete Caisson for Breakwater Construction. 174, 184
  • Hardness Testing Machine, 'Cloudburst', E. G. Herbert, 696
  • High-speed Navvies and Drag Line Excavators, Ransomes and Rapier. Ltd., 272
  • Hydraulic Power Developments in Quebec, 313, 322
  • Hydro-electric Power Station, The Wittle, 258, 268, 290

I

  • Indicator, High-pressure, for Guns and Rifles, Leonard G. P. Thring. 298
  • Indicators-see Scientific Instruments
  • Irrigation in Siam, 147; Prasak Barrage. Head Regulator of Southern Main Canal, 148, 149

K

  • Kerb and Channel Moulder, Winget (1924) Ltd., 430

L

  • Laboratory of Insurance Engineering, American, 676, 704
  • Lathes-see Machine Tools
  • Levelling and Stadia Staff. Cooke, Troughton and Simms, Ltd., 657
  • " Load Mountain " Model, M. Gercke. 496

LOCOMOTIVES

  • Bagnall, W. G.. Ltd., Side Tank Engine for 2ft. bin. Gauge Railway for Sugar Plantation, 22
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co.. Ltd., " Garratt " Locomotive, San Paulo Railway, 16, 20, 21
  • Canadian National Railways, Passenger Locomotive, 16, 20, 22
  • Fifty-cycle Single-phase Electric Locomotive, Fried. Krupp Aktiengesellschaft, 219
  • Great Western Railway. Four-cylinder Express Locomotive. King George V., 18, 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • High-pressure Locomotive, Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works, 274
  • High • pressure Two - pressure Locomotive, Henschel and Sohn, 80, 81, 82; (Correction), 223 (Two-page Supplement, January 20th, 1928)
  • Kitson-Still Steam and Internal Combustion Locomotive, 16, 19, 21, 484. 491. 581; (Letters), 554, 572
  • Locomotive, General Development of the, 396, 422, 450, 481. 508. 562, 592, 616. 648
  • French State Railways, " Pacific " Locomotive, 592
  • Italian State Railways, " Decapod Locomotive, 593; " Mikado " Locomotive, 593; " Pacific " Locomotive, 593
  • L.M. and S. Railway, " Garratt " Locomotive, Beyer-Peacock, 18. 19
  • L.M. and S. Railway, Tank Engine, 18. 19
  • L.M. and S. Railway. Three-cylinder Express Locomotive Royal Scot, 18, 19 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • L. and N.E. Railway, Three-cylinder Engine, with Woodard Connecting-rod. 18, 19, 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Nasymth, Wilson and Co., Ltd., Nigeria, Railways Tank Locomotive, 21; Barsi Light Railway, 2ft. 6in. Gauge Locomotive, 21, 22
  • Peckett and Sons, Ltd., Saddle Tank Engine, 21, 22
  • P.L.M. Railway, 4- 8-4 Tank Engine, 414
  • Schmidt Super - pressure Locomotive, Henschel and Sons, 20, 21
  • Southern Railway Express Goods Engine, 19 (Supplement, January 6th. 1928)
  • Stephenson, Robert, and Co., Ltd., Metre-gauge Locomotive, Kenya-Uganda Railway, 21. 22
  • Vulcan Foundry, Ltd., Indian Broad-gauge Standard Locomotive, 16, 20
  • Locomotive Coaling Plants. Doncaster, 292, 294; Feltham, 292; King's Cross, 292; Nine Elms, 291; Ramsgate, 292. 294; Whitemoor, 292, 294; Willesden, 292, 294; Mitchell Conveyor and Transporter Company, Ltd.
  • Locomotive Repair Portable Grinder, Friedrich Schmalz, 285, 286
  • Locomotive Works at Crewe. Reorganisation of, Erecting Shop, Gas Machines, etc., Captain H. P. M. Beames, 312. 314
  • Low-pressure Turbine Cylinder for Hell Gate Power Station, New York. 638

M MACHINE TOOLS

  • Boring Machine, Horizontal, Schiess-Defries, 285
  • Drilling, Boring and Milling Machine, Hulse and Co., Ltd., 382
  • Extra High-speed Lathe, Schiess-Defries Machine Tool Company. 158, 166
  • Grinder, Double Electrically Driven Wet Tool, B. R. Rowland and Co., Ltd., 84
  • Grinder, Pneumatic Fettling, Warner Swasey Company, 525
  • Grinding Machine, Cutter Head; Grinding Machine, Tool, Schiess-Defries, 285
  • Hole and Expansion Link Grinding Machines, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., 600, 608
  • Lathe, Semi-automatic, Alfred Herbert, 284. 285
  • Milling Machine. Heavy Duty Vertical, Alfred Herbert. Ltd., 494, 495
  • Saw Sharpening Machine, Friedrich Schmalz, 285
  • Magneto. A Simple, The " Wico," 385
  • Manometer, Improved Mercury Contact, H. Martin, 181

MAPS

  • Maentwrog Scheme. Area Covered by, 151
  • Map of Post Office Tube Railway, 153
  • Position of Hudson River Bridge. 426
  • Southampton Docks, 706
  • Mechanical Motions, Special, Models of, 286
  • Metal Rectifiers, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company. Ltd.. 684
  • Milling Maehines-see Machine Tools Mills, Conveyors, Boiler-house Machinery. &c., at Doulton and Co., Ltd., Erith, 534 (Two page Supplement, May 18th, 1928)
  • " M.L.S." Superheater Header and Regulator, Superheater Company, Ltd., 320

O

  • Oil Burners for Kitson-Still Locomotive, Laidlaw-Drew, 581
  • Oil-electric Train. 500 B.H.P., for L.M. and S. Railway, William Beardmore and Co., Ltd.. 514. 518
  • Oil Engines-see Engines
  • Oil Pump Unit and Pressure Chamber, Escher-Wyss, 342
  • Oil Separator, 200-Ton, for the Japanese Navy, Stream-Line Filter Company, Ltd., 112
  • Open-hearth Process, The Basic. B. Talbot, 482

P

  • Paper Mills, West Templeton, on the Ottawa River. 212. 216
  • Pavement Breaking Machine, B. Johnson and Son, 440
  • Pipe Template, Sturrock Universal, L. Ferguson, Ltd., 414
  • Port of Southampton, F. E. Wentworth-Sheilds, 705
  • Portland Cement Works, Dunstable. 92, 104, 120
  • Bates' Valve-bag Cement Packers, 122, 123
  • Cement Storage Silos, 121
  • Clinker Measuring Device, 120. 122
  • Coal Handling Plant, 121
  • Coal Pulverisers, 120, 122
  • Combination Cement Grinding Tube Mills, 121, 122
  • Digger, Slurry Pump and Separators. &c., 93, 94, 104
  • Kilns at Dunstable Works, 120, 121
  • Slurry Force Pump. Three-throw, 94, 104
  • Slurry Separators, Battery of, 94, 104
  • Portrait, Henry Davy, 437
  • Portrait, Michael Longridge, 107
  • Portrait, Charles M. Schwab, 510, 519
  • Post Office-see Railways
  • Power Plant. Paugan Falls, Gatineau River Company, 523
  • Power Plant, Turbines, &e.. for Shannon Power Scheme, 318, 319, 341
  • Preservation of Niagara Falls, 368

PUMPS

  • Force Pumps at Everbill Pumping Station, Pulsometor Engineering Company, Ltd., and F. A. Parkinson, Ltd., 375
  • Pumping Plant, Now, for the Dearne Valley Water Board, 373
  • High-pressure Turbine-driven Feed Pump, G. and J. Weir, Ltd., 640
  • Pumps and Pumping Station for Calcutta Waterworks, 394, 406, 423. 434
  • Rumfields Pumping Station, Broadstairs Waterworks, 617, 630
  • 'Uniflo' Pump, Uniflow Pump Company, Ltd., 526

Q

  • Quay, New Riverside, at the Albert Edward Dock on the Tyne, 664, 665

R

  • Rail Care Geared Steam, Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., and Cammell Laird and Co., Ltd., 351

RAILWAYS

  • Post Office Tube Railway, London. 153 (Two-page Supplement. February 10th, 1928)
  • Rotary Converter. Rotary Converter Sub-station and Motor Generator Connections, Motor Wagon Electrical Connections. 154
  • Tunnel with Two Tracks. Main Loop Line and Car Depot Line. 153
  • Railway Pageant, American, 64
  • Pageant. and Exhibition, Grounds, 64

The Locomotives

  • G.W.R. Express Locomotive, King George V., 64
  • The Atlantic. 1832, 65. 76
  • The Lafayette, Later the William Galloway, 1837, 65, 76
  • The Memnon, 1848, 65
  • The Ross Winans, 1869, 65. 66
  • The Thatcher Perkins, 1862, 64, 05
  • The Toni Thumb, 1829, 65, 76
  • The William Mason, 1856, 65, 66
  • The York, 1831, 65, 76
  • Reconstruction of New Holland Pier, 228
  • Reservoir, Ten-million, at Talllah for Calcutta Water Supply. 423. 424. 425
  • Roller. 1-Ton Motor, Tangent Tool and Engineering Company, Ltd., 83
  • Ropeway—see Aerial

S

  • Salving of the Ex-German Battle-cruiser Moltke, 605

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

  • Exhibits of the Physical and Optical Societies 42, 72, 98
  • Acoustic Resonator. Adam Hilger, 74
  • Aegir Depth Indicator, Electric Alarm, or Voltage Regulator. Isenthal and Co., Ltd., 98
  • Ammeter, Portible Multi-range, Crompton, Parkinson. Ltd., 42, 43
  • Cambridge Low-tension Schering Bridge, Cambridge Instrument Company, 43, 44
  • Combined Power Factor and Induction Watt-meter, Laboratory Wattmeter, Reverse Current Relay. Nalder Brothers and Thompson. Ltd., 99, 100
  • Current Transformer, Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.. 73
  • Current Transformer, Induction Ammeter, Synchronous Motor, Everett Edgcumbe and Co.. Ltd.. 99
  • Detonation of High Explosives, Apparatus for Measuring Energy Emitted, T. Carlton-Sutton. 99
  • Diomic Water Tester, Evershed and Vignoles, 73
  • Duddell Oscillograph, H.'T., and Condenser, Cambridge Instrument Company, 43, 44
  • Heat Loss Gauge. Foster Instrument Company, 44
  • Moullin Thermionic Voltmeters, Cambridge Instrument Company, 72
  • Mutochrome," Seventeen -colour, Adam Hilger, Ltd., 74
  • Portable Alternating-current Voltmeter, Elliott Brothers. Ltd., 73
  • Receivers, Short-wave Wireless and Portable Wireless, Marconi Company, 98
  • Recording Potentiometer, Cambridge Instrument Company, 72, 73
  • Resistance Box Switch, H. Tinsley and Co., 98
  • Steel, " H.R. Crown," " Staybrite," and Firth Stainless " H.R. Crown " Steel Wire, Brown-Firth Research Laboratories, 100
  • Temperature Deviation Indicators, Cambridge Instrument Company. 101
  • Temperature Indicator, Surface Thermo-meter, Negretti and Zambra, 101, 102
  • Toroid " H.F. Transformer, Variable Condenser, Dubilier Condenser Company Ltd., 100, 101
  • Vacuum Switch, General Electric Company, Ltd., 73
  • Vacuum Thermo-couples, Elliott Brothers, Ltd., 73
  • Vibrograph, Low-periodicity, Cambridge Instrument Company, 42, 43
  • Wave Form Indicator, Cambridge Instrument Company, 72
  • Wave Model. T. B. Vinycomb, John Griffin and Sons. Ltd., 100
  • Sewage Disposal Works, Wigan's Hoscar, Bacteria Beds. Settling Tanks. 39, 40
  • Sewage Pumping Plant, Automatic Underground, Daniel Adamson and Co., Ltd.. 525
  • Shannon Scheme—see Electrical Matters
  • Siam—see Irrigation

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS

  • British Navy
  • H.M. Aircraft Carrier Courageous, 230
  • H.M. Armoured Cruiser London, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • H.M. First-class Battleship Nelson, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • H.M. First-class Battleship Rodney, 2 (Supplement, January 6th. 1928) 11.M. Destroyer Amazon, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 2
  • H.M.S. Sussex, Launch of, 249
  • Foreign Navies :
  • Royal Dutch Navy, Torpedo Boat S.M. 2, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 238
  • United States Aeroplane Carrier Saratoga, 2 (Supplement, January 6th. 1928)
  • Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • Canadian Pacific Cargo Ship Beavorburn, William Denny and Brothers, Ltd., 23, 53 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • C.P.R. Liner Duchess of Bedford, John Brown and Co.. Ltd., 594
  • Canadian Pacific Liner Empress of Australia, Re-engined, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company. Ltd., 23
  • C.P.R. Geared Turbine Passenger Steamer Princess Elaine, 314
  • Commonwealth Dominion Line, Motor Cargo Ship Port Gisborne, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • French Liner lle de France. 26 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Isle of Man Steamer Ben-My-Chree, Cammell Laird and Co.. Ltd., 24
  • Italian Motor Liner Saturnia, 11 (Supplement. January 6th, 1928)
  • Motor Tanker Elax, Netherland Shipbuilding Company. 156
  • Orient Turbine Liner Orford. Vickers-Armstrong, 439
  • Quadruple-screw Liner Bermuda, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Rotterdam Lloyd Motor Liner Sibajak, 192; (Correction), 253
  • Scott-Still Motor Vessel Eurybates, 345 (Two-page Supplement, March 30th, 1928)
  • Self-discharging Collier Coalfax, Furness Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 24
  • White Star Liner Laurentic, Harland and Wolff Ltd., 24 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • World's Largest Motor Liner Augustus, 9, 11
  • Static Balancing of Rotors, Professor B. P. Haigh, 310, 338. 350
  • Steam Coach. London and North-Eastern Railway. 722
  • Steam Engines—see Engines
  • Steam Nozzles, 95. 96
  • Steel Plant. Sydney. Nova Scotia, 681, 688
  • Stoneware Pipe Works of Doulton and Co., Ltd., at Erith, 534; (Letter), 571; (Addendum). 674 (Two-page Supplement, May 18th, 1928)
  • Sykes Double Helical Gear Generating Machine, Power Plant Company, Ltd., 482, 466, 467

T

  • Tidal Power Schemes, French, 326
  • Traffic Signal, A Now, 498
  • Train Lighting Set, Gear-driven, Societe des Engrenages Citroen, 276
  • Train—see Oil-Electric Turbine, 12,000-kW Zoelly. Matting of, 177
  • Turbines for Generating Seta at, Guildford, 590, 634
  • Turbines—see Water Turbines
  • Turbo-alternators and Turbo-generators—see Electrical Matters

V

  • Vacuum Brake Cylinders. Pressed Steel, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd., 109
  • Valve Gear, Caprotti, 720

W

  • Waste Heat Recovery, Major W. Gregson, 204, 216
  • Water Power Development in Canada. 189

WATER SUPPLY

  • Calcutta Waterworks, Pumps and Pumping Station for. 394. 406. 423, 434
  • Ryburn Pipo Line, New, for Wakefield Waterworks, 135
  • Waterworks, New, for Broadstairs, 617. 630
  • WATER Turbines and Generator for the Shannon Power Plants, Escher-Wyss, Voith and Co., 318. 341
  • Welds, Defective, R. C. MacDonald. 457
  • Winding Engines—see Engines

WOOD-WORKING MACHINERY

  • Automatic Cross-cut Saw, Crosscutting and Trenching Machine. Motor-driven. Canting-spindle Dimension Saw Bench, Wadkin and Co., 431
  • Chain-feed Edging and Sawing Machine, Heavy Pinning and Thicknessing Machine, J. Sager and Co.. Ltd., 452, 453
  • Combination Woodworking Machine, • Planing Machine, A. Cooksley. 454
  • Log Cross-cutting Snw. A. Ransom' and Co., Ltd., 441
  • Moulder, Heavy Double-spindle and Spindle Bearing; Panel Planing and Thicknessing Machine; Straight Edging and Ripping Saw Bench. Thomas Robinson and Son, Ltd., 451, 452
  • Panel Planing Machine, Planing and Moulding Machine, Three-drum Sander, John Pickles and Son (Engineers), Ltd.. 453, 454
  • Wood - planing and Mortising Machine, Hatcher and Gessner. 285, 286
  • Work Meter. Electrical Contact Maker, Work Meters, Ltd., 328; (Addendum), 361

Supplements

  • British Industries Fair at Birmingham (Sixteen-page Supplement. February 17th, 1928) (Eight -page supplement. February 24th, 1928)
  • Electrical Engineering in 1927 (January 6th, 1928)
  • Post Office Tube Railway, London (February 10th, 1928)
  • Schmidt-Henschel High•pressure Two-pressure Locomotive. Henschel and Son (Supplement, January 20th, 1928)
  • 2500 S.H.P. Scott-Still Engine for the Motor Vessel Eurybates (March 30th, 1928)
  • Some Aeroplanes of 1927(January 6th. 1928)
  • Some British Locomotives of 1927 (January 6th, 1928)
  • Some Civil Engineering Works of 1927 (January 6th, 1928)
  • Some Motor Ships of 1927 (January 6th, 1928)
  • Some Steamships of 1927 (January 6th, 1928)
  • Some Warships of 1927 (January 6th, 1928)
  • Steam Turbine and Generator, 20,000-kW, at Rotterdam (May 11th, 1928)
  • Stoneware Pipe Works of Doulton and Co., Ltd., at Erith (May 18th, 1928)

A

  • Allen, Edgar. and Co., Ltd.. Suppt., 17.2.28. xii
  • Automatic and Electric. Furnace"., 1.td., Suppt. 17.2.28, ix
  • Avery, W. and T.. Ltd., Suppl.. 17.2.28. i

B

  • Blackstone and Co., Ltd.. 209
  • British Oxygen Company. Ltd., Suppt.. 17.2.28. iii; (Correction), 237
  • British Thomson-Houston Company. Ltd.. 209 '
  • Brown, S. G.. Ltd.. Suppt.. 24.2.28, iii
  • Bull Motors, Ltd., 264

C

  • Callender's Cable and Construction Company Ltd.. 263
  • Canning and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, iv
  • Chloride Electrical Storage Company, Ltd.,Suppt.. 17.2.28. xii
  • Crossley Bros.,,Ltd., xiv Suppt.. 17.2.28. xiv
  • Crypto—see Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, Ltd.

D

  • Davey. Paxman and Co., Ltd.. 232
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, Ltd.. Suppt., 24.2.28. v

E

  • Edwards, F. J., Ltd., 237
  • Electrical Power Engineering Company (Birmingham). Ltd.. Suppt.. 17.2.28. x
  • Electric Transmission. Ltd.: Taylor Tunnicliff and Co.. Ltd.; Micanite Insulators Company. Ltd., Suppt.. 17.2.28. x
  • Ellin. Thos. R., Suppt., 17.2.28. i
  • Ellison, George. Suppt.. 24.2.28. iv

F

  • Fielding and Platt. Ltd.. 207
  • Firth. Thos.. and Sons. Ltd., 233
  • Fowler, John, and Co. (Leeds). Ltd.. 230
  • Fraser and Chalmers Engine'ring Works, 207

G

  • General Electric Company. Ltd., Stipp.. 17.2.28. vi, vii
  • Gibbons (Dudley), Ltd. 237
  • Goodwin, Barnsby and Co.. Ltd.. Suppt.. 17. xiii
  • Green, E.. and Son, Ltd., Suppt.. 17.2.28. i
  • Grice, Wm. and Sons, Suppt.. 17.2.28. i
  • Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds, Ltd.. Suppt.. xvi
  • Gutta Percha Company, Suppt.. 17.2.28. xi

H

  • Hackbridge Electrical Construction Company, Ltd., Suppt.. 17.2.28. xi, xii
  • Hands, John. and Sons, Ltd.. 234
  • Harmer, A. F.—see Long and Crawford, Ltd.
  • Harvey. G. A., and Co.. Ltd., 237
  • Heatly-Greshain Engineering Company. Ltd., Suppt., 28.2.28. viii
  • Hewittic Electric Company. Ltd.. Suppt.. 17.2.28, xi
  • Holden and Hunt, 236
  • Hollings and Guest. Ltd., &wt., 17.2.28. vii
  • Hordern, Mason and Edwards, Ltd.. 263

I

  • Incandescent Heat Company. Ltd.. 231
  • International Combustion. Ltd., Suppi.. 17.2.28, ii

J

  • Jackson and Schofield. Ltd.. Suppt.. 17.2.28 v. vi
  • Johnson, Rd., Clapham and Morris. suppt. 17.2.28. i

L

  • L.M. Magneto Syndicate. Ltd.. suppi. 17.2.28. x
  • Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, Ltd. 264
  • Liptak Furnace Arches, Ltd.. '233
  • Long and Crawford, Ltd., 262

M

  • Mallett and Day, 235
  • Marryatt and Place. 264
  • Marshall, Sons and Co.. Suppt.. 17.2.28. xvi
  • Meldrums, Ltd., 235
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., Suppt.. 24.2.8. i
  • Midland Saw and Tool Company. Suppt.. 17.2.28, ii
  • Mirrlees 'Watson Company, Ltd.. 209
  • Manometer Manufacturing Company, Ltd.. 207

N

  • National Gas Engine Company. Ltd., Suppt., 24.2.28, vi
  • Negretti and Zambra, 233
  • Norris. Henty and Gardners. Ltd.. Suppt.. 24.0.28,

O

  • Oldfield and Schofield Company. Ltd.. 236

P

  • Petters Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, vii
  • Pneulec Company, Ltd.. Suppt., 17.2.28. v
  • Pritchett and Gold, Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28. ix
  • Pulsometer Engineering Company. Ltd.. Su ppt.. 17.2.28, i

R

  • Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies., Suppt.. 17.2.28, ix
  • Reavell and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28. xv
  • Reyrolle, A.. and Co.. Ltd., Suppt.. 17.2.28, xi
  • Ring Breaker, Mete co (A. F. Harmer), Long and Crawford, Ltd., 262
  • Robey and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28. xiii
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.. Suppt., 17.2.28. xv

S

  • Salter, Geo.. and CO, Ltd.. Suppt., 17.2.28. ii
  • Sheffield Steel Products, 2. 3 2
  • Stone, J. B., and Co.. Ltd- 232
  • Super Suctor Sales, Ltd 23 4

T

  • Tangyes. Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, iv
  • Taylor and Challen, Ltd.. Suppt.. 17.2.28. iii
  • Thompson Brothers (Bilston), Ltd., 235

W

  • Wadkin and Co., Suppt., 24.2.28. ii
  • Ward, H. W., and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28. xii
  • Ward, James (Worcester). Ltd.. 237
  • Weir, G. and J., Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28. xii
  • Wesco Products Company. 232
  • White, Edward, Suppt., 17.2.28, xii
  • Wigglesworth. F., and Co.. Ltd...236
  • Winn, Charles, and Co., Ltd.. 236
  • Other Exhibitors, 265

Subjects

B

  • Blow-pipe Cutting Machine, Universal British Oxygen Company. Lid., Suppt.. 17.2.2$ iii; (Correction). 237

C

  • Casting Machines and Metal Melting Furnaces; Tilting Furnace, Oil-fired. Centrol Axis, for Melting Brass. &c.; Oil-fired Furnace for Melting Aluminium; Manometer White Metal Melting and Refining Furnace; Pressure Casting Machines; Pressure Casting Plant for White - Metalling Bearing Brasses, Manometer Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 207-209
  • Cement Testing Machine, Geo. Salter and Co. Ltd.. Suppe, 17.2.28, ii. iii
  • Coal Pulvertser, Impact Type Vortex Burner : Turbine Wheels, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 207
  • Concrete Mixer. Open-drum Type. Petrol Engine Driven : Portable Stonebreaker; "Acme" Granulator Goodwin, Barsby and Co.. Ltd.. 237
  • Concrete Mixer, Portable : Contractors' Hoist, &c. John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 236
  • Core-drying Ovens. Pnenlec Company, Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28. v

E

  • Economiser, Vertical, with Automatic Scraping Gear; Economiser, High Velocity Gilled Tube. E. Green and Son. Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28. i

Electrical Matters

  • Accumulators. " Closed-top " Cells for Country House Lighting. Pritchett and Gold. Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, ix
  • " All-electric " Contactors; Motors, Traction, 240 H.P.; Motor, Squirrel-cage Induction; Motor. Slip-ring; Star-delta Starter. General Electric Compatily, Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, vi, vii
  • Arc Welding Set, Portable; Motors. Alter-ratting and Direct-current, Squirrel-cage, Repulsion. Loom Driving, &c.; Starting and Control Equipment. Circuit Breakers, Low-tension Switchboard, &c., Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., Suppt. 24.2.28. ii
  • Circuit Breaker, Oil, Mounted in Truck Switchgear Unit; Mining Circuit, Breaker; Automatic Transformer Starter, George Ellison. Suppt. 24.2.28. iv, v
  • Electric Rivet. Heating Machines, Portable. Marryat and Place, 264
  • Electric Soldering Iron Heater; 8-kW Spot. Welder, Holden and Hunt, 236
  • Electro-megaphones; Steering Gyro-compass. S. G. Brown, Ltd., Suppt, 24.2.28, iii, iv
  • House Lighting, Sealed-in Cells for Open Typo Cells; Complete Battery for; Plates. " Chloride Plante " and " Chloride Rosette " Type; Wireless Battery Exhibits. Chloride Electrical Storage Company, Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, xii
  • I.T. Battery Charging Rectifier, Hewittic Electric Company, Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, xi
  • "Metesco" Ring Breaker (A. F. Harmer), Long and Crawford, Ltd., 262
  • Miners' Pneumatic Electric Lamp; Electric Generators, Small, with Permanent Magnets; Motor Double-current Generator, &c., L.M. Magneto Syndicate, Ltd., Suppt.. 17.2.28. x
  • Motors. Alternating and Direct-current, Horizontal and Vertical; Control Gear, Many Types, for Alternating and Direct-current Motors : Circuit Breaker, Ironclad Oil-immersed : also Double-break Circuit Breaker, British Thomson-Houston Company Ltd., 209. 210
  • Motor. Epicyclic Geared; Charging Set, Constant. Potential Battery; Warwick Lighting Set. Electric Power Engineering Company. Ltd.. Suppt.. 17.2.28, x
  • Motor Generator, High-tension, for Ships' Wireless Sets. Bull Motors, Ltd., 264
  • Motors. " Maxtorq," and New Direct-current Motor; Rectifiers, Commutator. Crypto Electrical Company, Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, Ltd.. 264
  • Overhead Transmission Lino Material; Air Break Switchgear; Electric Transmission, Ltd.; Porcelain Outdoor Typo Transformer Bushing. Taylor, Tunnicliff and Co.. Ltd.; Mica and Micanito Commutator End Rings; Insulators Made from " Paxolin," Micanite and Insulators Company, Ltd., Suppt, 17.2.28. x
  • Self-aligning Fuses; Air Break Switches; Switches, Three-phase, Double-pole; Protecting Electrical Machinery by Giving Temperature Indications at a Distance. Instrument for; Thermostat, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd.. Suppt., 17.2.28, xi
  • Transformer. 2000-kVA Single-phase Oil-cooled; Voltage Regulating Equipment, Hackbridge Electrical Construction Corn-party, Ltd., Supple, 17.2.28, xi, xii
  • Electro-plating, Warm, Plant; Barrels; Chromium Vats; Otter Dryer, Canning and Co.. Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, iv

Engines

  • Engine. Cold-starting Oil, 28 H.P., Robey, and Co.. Ltd., Supple. 17.2.28, xiii
  • Heavy Oil Engine; 1750 H.P. (Model of), Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 207
  • Engine. Three-cylinder, 150 H.P. Oil; Engine. Two-stroke Cycle Type Vertical, 10 H.P. Oil; Engine. 3 B.H.P. Hopper-cooled Petrol-paraffin for Farm Use and Small Electric Lighting Plants, Crossley Bros.. Ltd.. Suppt., 17.2.28. xiv
  • Engines. Cold-starting Oil, 20 B.H.P. Horizontal; 57 B.H.P. Three-cylinder Vertical; Air Compressor. Two-stage; Excavator, Petrol-paraffin Engine-driven, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, xv, xvi
  • Engine. Cold-starting, Three-cylinder Oil, 195 B.H.P.; Fuel Injection, Spring-operated System; Single-cylinder 150 B.H.P. Engine; Oil Engine-driven 3-kW Generator Set; Hopper-cooled Type, Single-cylinder. Spring-injection Engine. 10 B.H.P.; Petrol Engines; Pumps, "Unchokable" Centrifugal; 12in. Vertical. &c., Blackstone and Co.. Ltd. 209
  • Engines, 60 B.H.P. Cold-starting Oil, Fielding and Platt, Ltd., 207
  • Engines. Group of Heavy Oil : 60 B.H.P. Vertical Engine, M.V. Series; 16 B.H.P. Horizontal Engine. Marshall. Sons and Co.. Ltd.. Suppt., 17.2.28. xvi
  • Engines. National-Michell Crankless Gas; Twin-cylinder 100 B.H.P. Oil Engine : Gas Engine, 13 B.H.P. Town's Gas, or 107 B.H.P. Producer Gas : Petrol-paraffin Portable Engine. 5.5 B.H.P.. with Pump; Petrol Engine-driven Air Compressor Set, National Gas Engine Company. Ltd., Suppt.. 24.2.28. vi, vii
  • Engines. Oil. Horizontal. Cold-starting, 65-09 B.H.P.. with Air Bottle or Air Compressor Four-cylinder Petrol-paraffin Unit; Four-cylinder Vertical Two-stroke Motor, 48 B.H.P., with Fuel Spray; Norris. Henty and Gardners. Ltd.. Suppt., 24.2.28, vii, viii
  • Engines, Oil, 12 H.P. and 18 H.P. Single-cylinder Vertical: Two-cylinder Marine Type; 5 B.H.P.. for Electric Lighting Service; 5 B.H.P. Petrol and Paraffin : 3 B.H.P. Petrol for Farm Work : Heavy Oil Engine. Twin.cylinder Stationary. Petters. Ltd., Suktpt., 17.2.28. vii, viii, ix
  • Engines. Single-cylinder Set. Oil : 360-420 H.P. Six-cylinder Oil, Davey. Paxman and Co.. Ltd.. 232
  • Engines. Small Power Oil. Four-cylinder Rational " Marine Oil Engine. 16 B.H.P.; Small Lighting Equipment for Use with Various Fuels; Vacuum Exhauster Set. Capacity 120 Cubic Feet per Minute; Grey Iron Castings. &c.. Heatly-Gresham Engineering Company. Ltd.. Suppt., 24.2.28. viii

F

  • Files. Flexible Warding File. Sheffield Steel Products. 232
  • Film. Demonstrating Blasting of Iron Ore : Coal Mining for Coke Supplies, &c., Guest. Keen and Nettlefolds. Ltd.. Suppt.. 17.2.28, xvi
  • Fire Door for Fitting on Vertical Boilers Apparatus for Disinfecting Clothes by Steam, Meldrums. Ltd.. 235
  • Furnaces. Wild-Barfield Electric, Horizontal Electro-magnetic Standard Horizontal and Standard Vertical; Internally, Heated; Wild-Barfield Air Temperature Oven; Soldering Iron Heater; Automatic and Electric Furnaces, Ltd.. Suppt., 17.2.28, ix
  • Furnace Wall. Bigelow, Suspended, Liptak Furnace Arches. Ltd.. 233
  • Furnaces. Recuperative. Gas-fired; Continuous. Bright Annealing. Incandescent Heat Company. Ltd., 234
  • Furnaces—sec Casting Machines

G

  • Gauge, Draught; Temperature Recorder. Drum Type; Gauges. Air Pressure and Draught.. Recording : Barometers. Recording; Thermo-couple (Resistance Recording Thermometer), New Type. Negretti and Zambra, 233

H

  • Hack Saw, also for Filing. Slotting. Shaping, &c., Super Suctor Sales. Ltd.. 234
  • Hack Sawing Machine with Special Guide; Hand Lever Press Wire Straightening and Cutting-off Machines. &c.. James Ward (Worcester). Ltd., 237
  • Hose Coupling. Simcup. for Air. Water and other Fluids, for Numerous Applications, Mallett and Day, 235
  • Hydraulic Press for Insulating Materials (Electric Industry); Hydraulic Tire Press; Bundling Press. Hollings and Guest, Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28. vii

I

  • Ingot Moulds for Non.ferrotts Alloys, Wm. Chico and Sons, Suppt.. 17.2.28. i

J

  • Jacks. Car Jack : Hydraulic Ship Jack* Pumps. Tangyes. Ltd.. Suppt.. 17.2.28. iv

L

  • Lawn Mowers, Electrically Driven, Ransomes. Sims and Jefferies. Ltd.. Suppt.. 17.2.28. ix

M

  • Metal. Sheet. Working Machines : Shearing Machine for Light-gauge Metal : Sheet Metal Working in Wheeling and Raising. F.J. Edwards, Ltd.. 237
  • Metal Work, Perforated; Perforated Cable Plates; Steel Storage Bins; Steel Office Furniture and Equipments, G. A. Harvey and Co., Ltd., 237
  • Monel Metal for Engineering, Chemical and Allied Industries, G. and J. Weir, Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, xii
  • Mumetal and Rhometal; Nickel-chromium Resistance Alloys; Pyromic Alloys, Gutta Percha Company, Suppt., 17.2.28, xi

N

  • Nibbling Machine,. Improved; Nibbler, Small, with Motor, J. B. Stone and Co., Ltd., 232, 233

O

  • Oilcan with Pump, Novel Type, Wesco Products Company, 232

P

  • Paints and Varnishes, Group of Companies, Suppt., 17.2.28, xvi
  • Plumbing Apparatus, Automatic, Three-phase Cable Joint, Callender's Cable and Construction Company, Ltd., 263
  • Powdered Coal Burner, New Type; Feeder for Pulverised Coal Burners, International Combustion. Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, ii
  • Press, A. H. F. Peri, Jackson and Scholfield, Suppt., 17.2.28, v
  • Presses, Bakelite and Deep Metal Drawing, Hordern, Mason and Edwards, Ltd., 263
  • Presses, Taylor and Challen, Ltd., Suppt.. 17.2.28. iii
  • Pressing Machines, Percussion and Various Other Typos, John Hands and Sons, Ltd., 234
  • Pulveriser—see Coal
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, with Mirrlees-Leblanc Air Injector; Steam-operated Air Ejector; Sextuple-effect Distiller, &e., Mirrlees Watson Company, Ltd., 209
  • Pumps, Ring; Refrigerating Plant; Filtering Plant, Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, i, ii

R

  • Reavell-Askania Regulator for Gas, Water, Steam, Machinery Control, &c., Reavell and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, xv
  • Refractory Materials; Bricks and Tiles in Fireclay, Aluminous Clay, Silica, &c.; Recuperative Gas Furnace with Carborundum Hearth, Gibbons (Dudley), Ltd., 237
  • Rivet Heating Machines, Portable Electric, Marryat and Place, 264
  • Rotary Pump, Hollings and Guest, Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, vii

S

  • Sand Mixing Machine, Foundry, Pneulec Company. Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28. v
  • Screwing Machines with Pneumatic Cylinder for Operating Chuck. Charles Winn and Co., Ltd., 236
  • Shaping Machine, Universal; Press for Straightening Shafts and Spindles, Oldfield and Schofield Company, Ltd., 235
  • Sheet Metal—bee Metal Staybrite Steel. Further Developments and Applications, Thos. Firth and Sons, Ltd., 233
  • Steel, High-speed, New, for Machine Tools; Imperial Stainless Steel, Non-rusting; Coal Pulveriser Machine, Steel, Edgar Allen and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 17.2. 28, xii
  • Stone Breaker; Concrete Mixer; Model of Bituminous Macadam Plant, Goodwin, Barsby and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, xiii

T

  • TEMPERATURE Regulator; Time-temperature Regulator; Humidity Regulator; Recorders, &c., Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, Ltd., Suppt., 24.2.28, v, vi
  • " Texrope " Drive; Friction Clutch, F. Wigglesworth and Co., Ltd.. 236
  • Tools, " Footprint," Thos. R. Ellin, Suppt., 17.2.28, i
  • Tools, Small, and Attachments for Capstan and Turret Lathes; High-speed Automatic Chuck, H. W. Ward and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.28, xii

W

  • Warm Electro-plating—sec Electro
  • Weighing Machine, Crane. Geo. Salter and Co., Ltd., Suppt.. 17.2.28, ii
  • Welded Steel Plate Work, Tanks, Thompson Brothers (Bilston), Ltd., 235
  • Wire Loom, Overpick, Flying Shuttle. Anderston Foundry Company, Suppt.. 17.2.28. i
  • Wire Straightening Machines, Edward White, Suppt., 17.2.28, xii, xiii
  • Woodworking Machinery, Semi-automatic
  • Wood Milling Machine : Boring, Recessing
  • and Housing Machine; Surfacing and Thicknessing Machine, Wadkin and Co., Suppt., 24.2.28, ii, xii
  • Woodworking Machine, Universal; Circular Saw Bench; Band Sawing Machine; Sanding Machine; Surface Planing, &c., Machine, Midland Saw and Tool Company, Suppt., 17.2.28, ii
  • Other Exhibits, 265

Miscellaneous Articles

A

  • ADMIRALTY—see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Advice to Boys, Frederick E. Johnson, 628
  • Aerial Ropeway at a Carrara Marble Quarry, 180, 181

AERONAUTICS

  • See also Annual Articles
  • All-metal Aeroplane " Inflexible," with Lockheed Brake System, 544
  • Developments in Rigid Airship Construction, Lieut.-Colonel V. C. Richmond, 398, 399, 410; (Letters), 459, 516, 554, 598
  • Hydraulic Brakes for Aeroplanes, Wm. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 644
  • London Terminal Aerodrome, Croydon, 490, 493
  • Variable Pitch Airscrew, Dr. H. S. HeleShaw and T. E. Beacham, 432
  • Vortex Theory of Propellers, W. G. A. Perring, and Cavitation, John Tutin, 400
  • AGRICULTURAL Engineering, 131
  • Agricultural Engineers, 712
  • Air Compressor for Large Heavy Oil Engine,
  • Reavell and Co., Ltd., 200, 203
  • Air Pressure—see Piling
  • Air Resistance of Trains—see Railways

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS

  • Mississippi River Control, 722
  • One-Ton Open-hearth Furnace, 722
  • Powerful Shunting Engines, 722
  • Proportioning Concrete by Weight, 722
  • Steel for Aeroplane Construction, 722
  • AMERICAN Laboratory of Insurance Engineering, 676, 704
  • American Pageant—see Railway Locomotives

ANNUAL ARTICLES

  • Aeronautics in 1927, 4, 34 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • A.D.C. Aircraft, Ltd.: A.D.C. Nimbus Martinsyde Fighting Scout, 6, 7
  • " Cirrus " Mark II. Light Aeroplane Engine, " Nimbus," 300-330 H.P. Engine, 7
  • Armstrong, Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd.: Additions to Workshops and Number of Workpeople Employed, Research
  • Work, 34
  • A. V. Roe and Co.. Ltd.: Avro " Avian " Two-seater Light Aeroplane, Several Improvements Made, 35
  • Avro " Buffalo " Deck-landing Torpedo Carrier, 36
  • Avro Ciorva Autogiro, 36, 46
  • Beardmore, William, and Co., Ltd.: Largest Aeroplane Ever Built, 34
  • Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Company, Ltd.: " Iris II." (with All-metal Hull), Triple-engined Flying Boat, Armament, Three Machine Guns, 36
  • Blackburn " Bluebird," New Form with Armstrong-Siddeley 65 H.P. " Gennet " Engine, Convertible into Light Seaplane, 36, 46
  • Blackburn " Ripon " Torpedo Plane, Two-seater Land Machine or Sea-plane, Bomber or Reconnaissance
  • Machine, 36, 46
  • Boulton and Paul, Ltd.:" Sidestrand " Day Bomber, 34. 46
  • Metal Framework for H.M. Airship 101, 34
  • Bristol Aeroplane Company, Ltd.: Bristol Type 101 Two-seater Fighter, 34
  • Bristol " Bulldog " Single-seater Fighter, 34, 46
  • Bristol " Lucifer " and Other Flying School Machines, 34
  • De Havilland Aircraft Company, Ltd.: New Types of Machine--The Hound " Two-seater Military Aeroplane, " Tiger Moth " Light Aeroplane, D.H. 61
  • Six-eight-Passenger Commercial Aeroplane, Great Progress with " Moth " Aeroplane, 35
  • Fairey Aviation Company, Ltd.: Fairey III.F Seaplane, Fairey ULF General Service Aeroplane, 4 (Supplement January 6th, 1928)
  • Fairey-Reed Schneider Trophy Metal Airscrew, Fairey-Reed Silent Metal Airscrew, 6
  • Gloster Aircraft Company, Ltd.: Gloster " Goral " Two-seater General Purpose Machine, 6
  • Gloster " Goring " Long-distance Day Bomber, 4, 5
  • Gloster " Guan " Single-seater Fighter, 6
  • Gloster IV., Racing Seaplane, 4 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Handley Page, Ltd.: Slotted Wing System Development, New Machines, 35
  • H. G. Hawker Engineering Company, Ltd.: Hawker " Horsley " Torpedo Carrier. 34, 35
  • Hawker " Horsley " Long-distance Machine, 34
  • Supermarine Aviation Works, Ltd.: Supermarine S 5 Racing Seaplane, 5, 6
  • Vickers Ltd.: Vickers Valiant " General Service Military Machine, 7 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Vickers Vivid " Two-seater Military Machine, 5, 7
  • Westland Aircraft Works, Ltd. Hill " Pterodactyl," Improved Model, 4
  • Westland " Wapiti " Military Machine, 4 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Westland " Widgeon " Mark III., 4, 5
  • Airships :
  • Airship Guarantee Company : Airship R 100, Six Engines Disposed in Three Cars, Accommodation for 100
  • Passengers besides Crew, Mooring and Other Arrangements, 36
  • BRIDGE ENGINEERING IN 1927, 7
  • Grantham, Bridge Reconstruction at, 8
  • Newcastle-Gateshead Bridge, 7
  • Northern Rhodesia, Lifting a Railway Bridge, 8
  • Shrewsbury, New English ridge at, 7
  • Strengthening a Railway Bridge Over the River Don, 8
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 7
  • Various Bridge Items, 8
  • ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING IN 1927, 13, 49
  • Electric Motors, 50
  • Electrical Plant : Turbo:generators, Large; Continuous-current Dynamo, Record Size; Ferranti transformers with Tapping Changing Gear; Transformers, Very Large, 13, 14
  • Electric Traction, 50
  • Electro-Farming, 14
  • Power Stations : Birmingham (Hams Hall), Deptford, Ferrybridge, Guildford, Stonebyres and Bonnington, Stourport, Treforest, Willow Holme, 12, 13 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Research, 49
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 50, 51
  • Switchgear, 49
  • Miscellaneous :
  • Converting Plant Orders, 51
  • Electric Lamps, High Candle-power with Automatic Control for Lighthouses and Lightships, 51
  • Erection of Small Stations, 51
  • Protection, Relay, New Systems of, 51
  • Turbo-electric Drive for 23,000-Ton Passenger Ship, 51
  • Wireless Telegraphy and Telephony,
  • HARBOURS AND WATERWAYS IN 1927, 66
  • United Kingdom :
  • Bristol Channel and South Wales Ports, 66
  • British Waterways, 67
  • London, Port of, 66
  • Mersey, The, and the Manchester Ship Canal, 66
  • North-East Coast and Humber Ports, 66
  • Southampton and Newhaven 66,
  • Other Ports, 67
  • Fog Signals, 67
  • Africa, 68
  • Australasia, 68
  • East, The, 68
  • Floating Dock for Singapore, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 68, 69
  • European Ports and Waterways, 67
  • North and South America, 67
  • IRON AND STEEL IN 1927, 83
  • LOCOMOTIVES, PRIME MOVER, OF 1927, 18
  • British Makers' Engines, 20
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co., Ltd., Engines for Queensland and for Argentine Railways, 21
  • Bagnall, W. G., Ltd., Engines for Indian Company, Side-tank Engine for Sugar Plantation Railway, 22
  • Beardmore, William, and Co., Ltd., Tank Engines for L. and N.E. RailWay and for L.M. and S. Railway, 22
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., " Garratt " Engines and " Pacific " Metre-gauge for Federated Malay States
  • Railways, 20
  • " Garratt " Locomotives for San Paulo Railway, 16, 21
  • Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., Various Engines for L.M.S. Railway. Ceylon and Sudan Railways. 21
  • Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., Ltd., Nigerian Railways Tank Locomotives, 21;
  • Barsi Light Railway 2ft. 6in. gauge Locomotive, 21, 22
  • North British Locomotive Company, Ltd., Engines for L.M. and S.R., also for Various Foreign Countries, 21
  • Peckett and Sons, Ltd., Saddle Tank Engines for Gasworks and for Cement Company, 21, 22
  • Stephenson, Robert, and Co., Ltd., Metre-gauge Locomotive for Kenya—Uganda Railway, 21, 22; Also Engines for South Indian Railway, Sudan Government, and for Other Countries, 21
  • Vulcan Foundry, Ltd., Indian Broad-gauge Standard Locomotive, 16, 20;
  • Three-cylinder Compound Engines for the L.M. and S. Railway, 20; Other Engines for India, Tank Engines for Tanganyika, 20
  • Canadian National Railways, Passenger Locomotive, 16, 20, 22
  • Great Western Railway, 18, 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Four-cylinder Locomotive, King George V., 18, 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Kitson-Still Locomotive, Steam and Internal Combustion, 16, 19
  • London, Midland and Scottish, 18, 19 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • "Garratt " Engines, Beyer, Peacock and Co.. Ltd., 18, 19
  • " Sentinel-Cammell " Steam Rail Motor Coaches, 18
  • Tank Engines for L.M.S. Railway, 18, 19
  • Three-cylinder Express Engine Royal Scot, 18, 19 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, 18, 19, 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Three-cylinder Locomotive, with Woodard Connecting-rod, 18, 19, 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Narrow-gauge Three-cylinder Engines, 22
  • Powdered Fuel Locomotive, German, 19
  • Schmidt Super - pressure Locomotive, Henschel and Sons, 20, 21
  • Small Internal Combustion Locomotives, 22
  • Southern Railway, Express Goods Engine, 19 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Turbine Locomotive, I. A. Maffei A.G., Munich, 22
  • MOTOR VESSELS AND MARINE OIL ENGINES IN 1927, 8 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Airless Fuel Injection, 11
  • Combined Oil and Steam Engines, 10
  • Scott-Still Engine, 3000 B.H.P., 10
  • Plenty-Still Engine, 210 B.H.P., 10
  • Continental and American Progress, 11
  • Double-acting Oil Engines, 8
  • Electrically Propelled Motor Vessels, 10
  • Airless Injection Oil Engine, 1500 B.H.P., 9000 r.p.m., Beardmore Oil Engine, 11
  • Large Motor Passenger Liner, 8
  • Italian Motor Liner Saturnia. 8, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • World's Largest Motor Liner, Augustus, 8, 9, 11
  • Marine Motors, Smaller, 11
  • Opposed-piston Engine, Doxford Type, 11
  • Motor Liner Bermuda, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Commonwealth and Dominion Motor Cargo "Ship, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Single-acting Four-cycle Engines, 9
  • Single-acting Two-cycle Engines, 10
  • Workman-Sulzer Oil Engine, 3500 B.R.P., 10
  • NAVAL CONSTRUCTION IN 1927, 2
  • British Empire, 2
  • France, 3
  • Germany, 3
  • Italy, 3
  • Japan, 3
  • Spain, 3
  • United States, 2
  • Other Navies, 3
  • RAILWAYS IN 1927, 37; (Correction), 90
  • Great Western, 37
  • London, Midland and Scottish, 37
  • London and North-Eastern 37
  • Southern, 37
  • SANITARY ENGINEERING IN 1927. 38
  • Introduction, 38
  • Birmingham, 38
  • North Handsworth Sewerage, 38
  • Perry Barr Sewerage. 38
  • River Rea Improvement, 38
  • Blackpool, 38
  • Bournemouth, 38
  • Bradford, :38
  • Brighton, 38
  • Camborno, 39
  • Chatham and Rochester, 39
  • Doncaster, 39
  • Leeds, 39
  • Leicester, 39
  • London Main Drainage, 38
  • Extension of Streatham and 13alham
  • Storm Relief Sewer, 38
  • Lewisham Branch Sewer, Branch from
  • Hither Green, 38
  • Manchester, 39
  • Davyhulme Sewage Works Extension, 39
  • Main Drainage, 39
  • Southend, 39
  • Uxbridge. 39
  • Wigan, 39, 40
  • Works in Progress or in Contemplation, 38
  • Paris, 40
  • River Pollution, 40
  • Taylor, The Late Mr. Midgley, 40
  • STEAMSHIPS AND STEAM MARINE ENGINEERING IN 1927, 23
  • Important Ships Constructed Abroad. 26
  • Hamburg-South American Liner Cap Arcona, Blohm and Voss, 26
  • Ile de France, French Liner. Penhoet Shipyard, 26 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Matson Liner Malolo, Cramps. Philadelphia, 26
  • Mercer, Pulverised Coal Burner, American Ship, 26
  • Statendam, Holland-American Line, Ltd.. Harland and Wolff. Ltd.. 26
  • Turbo-electric Liner California, Newport News Shipbuilding Company, 26
  • Improved Marine Condensers, 25
  • Delas-Ginabat Condenser for French Liner Ile de France, 25 (Supplement January 6th, 1928)
  • Irish Channel Steamers and Mersey Ferry Boats, 24
  • Cross-Channel Steamer Duke of Lancaster, William Denny and Brothers, Ltd., 24
  • Isle of Man Steamer Ben-my-Chree, Cammell Laird and Co., Ltd., 24
  • Mersey Channel Ferry Boats Wallasey and Marlow, with Flettner Rudders, Caledon Shipbuilding and Engineering Company. Ltd., 24
  • Marine Boiler Practice in 1927 :
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd.. 24
  • Howden Marine Boiler, 315 lb. Pressure. 25
  • Yarrow and Co., Ltd.. 23, 24
  • Notable Liners and Ships, 23
  • Arandora, Geared Turbine Liner. Ca i n -mell Laird and Co., Ltd., 23
  • Canadian Pacific Liner Empress of Australia Re-engined, 23
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 20,000-Ton Liners " Duchess " Class, Beaverburn and Other Cargo Ships,
  • with Yarrow Boiler and Erith-Roe Stoker, 23 (Supplement, January 6th. 1928)
  • Vickers-Armstrong lAd.. Orient Passenger Liner Orford and Kedah, Twin-screw Vessel for Singapore-Penang
  • Service, 24
  • White Star Liner Laurentic, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 24 (Supplement, January 6th, 1928)
  • Reciprocating Engine Improvement, 26
  • Lentz Marine Engine, 1700 I.H.P. Double-compound, John Dickinson and Sons. Ltd.. 25
  • Oblique Marine Uniflow Engine. Sulzer Brothers, 25
  • Quadruple-expansion Engines. Central Marine Engine Works. 25
  • Reciprocating Marine Engine with Beardmore-Caprotti Valve Gear, Wm. Beardmore and Co., Ltd.. 25
  • Self-discharging Colliers, New Types, 24
  • Coalfax, Self-discharging Collier. Furness Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 24
  • Valley Camp, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 24
  • WATER SUPPLY IN 1927, 26, 55
  • Introduction, 26
  • Belfast : Silent Valley. 26
  • Birmingham, 26
  • Cardiff, 55
  • Llwynon Reservoir. 55
  • Taff Fawr Pipe Line. 55
  • Wenallt Reservoir. 55
  • Glasgow, 55
  • Liverpool, 55
  • Abor Tunnel. 55
  • Vyrnwy Aqueduct, 55
  • Londonderry, 55
  • Manchester, 55
  • Haweswater Scheme, 55
  • Heaton Park Reservoir, 55
  • Distribution. 55
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 26
  • Deptford Pumping Station. 26
  • Works in Connection with the Supply from the Queen Mary Reservoir at Littleton, 26
  • Works at Hampton, 26
  • Works for the Improvement of the Supply North of the Thames, 26
  • Centenary. An Interesting, 56
  • Mid-Sussex Joint Water Board. 65
  • Newport. 26
  • Nottingham, 55
  • Plymouth. 55
  • Portsmouth, 55
  • .Taf Fechan Reservoir and Works, 26 (Supplement, January 6th. 1928)
  • Wakefield, 55
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridges. &c., 55
  • Worthing. 55
  • Chicago Waterworks Tunnel, Now, 55
  • France, 56
  • Singapore Supply from Johore, 56
  • Other Works Abroad. 56
  • Water Sterilising Process, New, 56
  • ARCHITECTURE and the Engineer, 715

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES

  • Association, British Waterworks :
  • Annual General Meeting and Conference, 709
  • Programme and List of Papers to be Read. 709
  • Association, Diesel Engine Users :
  • Committee on Heavy Oil Engine Working Costs. Report. 246
  • High-powered Peak Load Diesel Engines, M. Gercke, 496
  • Liquid Fuel from Coal. David Brownlie, 414
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • Annual Dinner, 102
  • Joint Meeting, Inspection Methods, E. J. Parish, 191
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal Electrical :
  • Thirty-third Annual Conference, 658
  • Institute of Canada, Engineering :
  • Forty -second Annual Convention, 441
  • Institute of Fuel :
  • Carbonisation Conference, Meeting at Birmingham, 206, 237
  • Institute, Iron and Steel :
  • Annual Meeting, 375, 510, 537, 568; Programme, 375; Report. 510
  • Appleby Iron Company, Ltd., A. Crooke and T. Thomson, 511
  • Autumn Meeting at Bilbao, 375
  • Bessemer Medal Presentation, 510
  • Blast-furnace Data and their Correlation, E. C. Evans and F. J. Bailey, 511
  • Chromium Steel Rails, Messrs. T. Swinden and P. H. Johnson, 567
  • Cleaning of Blast-furnace Gas, V. Harbord, 537
  • Effect of Silicon on Magnet Steel, J. Swan, 513
  • Fatigue-resisting Properties of Carbon Steel, H. J. Tapsell. 512
  • Heat-resisting Steels, Part H., Mechanical Properties, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 566
  • Heterogeneity of Steel Ingots, Committee Report. Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 537
  • Nickel and Ferrous Alloys. A. B. Everest and Dr. D. Hanson, 513
  • Nickel Steel and Manganese, J. A. Jones. 512
  • Presidential Address, Basic Open-hearth Process. B. Talbot, 482, 511
  • Rapid Normalising of Overstrained Steel, W. E. Woodward, 568
  • Reactivity of Coke, J. H. Jones and Others, 511
  • Resistance of Overstressed Iron and Steels to Salt Water Corrosion, J. Newton Friend, 568
  • Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • Recent Development of the Marine Steam Engine, G. It. Hutchinson, 318
  • Institute of Metals :
  • Chemical Properties of Crystals, May Lecture, Professor Cecil H. Desch. 513
  • Twentieth Annual General Meeting. 261, 266, 286; Annual Dinner, 266; Programme, 156
  • Alloys of Zirconium, Dr. Allibone and Mr. C. Sykes, 289
  • Ball Hardness and the Cold Working of Soft Metals and Eutectics, F. Hargreaves, 287
  • Behaviour of Metals and Alloys during Hot Forging, W. L. Kent, 287
  • Conductivity of Aluminium Alloys, Dr. Ezer Griffiths and Mr. Schofield, 286
  • Density Changes Caused by Cold Working of Metals, Hugh O'Neill, 287
  • Deterioration of Lead Cable Sheathing, S. Beckinsale, 266
  • Dissolved Gases in Brass Ingots, G. L. Bailey 288
  • Equilibrium Diagram, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 260, 266
  • Mechanical Properties of Standard Silver, Dr. A. L. Norbury, 288
  • Oberhofler-Esser Dilatometer, Improvements in, Dr. Max Haas, 286
  • Relative Corrodibilities of Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals, Dr. Friend, 288
  • Roman Copper Soldering and Welding from Uriconium. Dr. Friend and Mr. Thornycrof t. 288
  • Season Cracking of Small Arms Cartridge Cases during Manufacture, Major F. S. Grimston, 286
  • Institution of Chemical Engineers :
  • Two-days' Conference, 300
  • Annual Dinner, 300
  • Annual General Meeting, Election of President, Sir Alexander Gibb, 300
  • Beet Sugar Effluents, Dr. 0. Spengler, 300
  • Economics of Power as Applied to Chemical Engineering, Sir Alexander Gibb, 300
  • Magnetic Separation, Professor Bernard W. Holman. 300
  • Powdered Coal, Dr. Burrows Moore, 300
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • April Examinations, 1928, Interim Pass List, 640
  • Centenary of Royal Charter, 357, 543; Programme, 543
  • Centenary Celebrations, Address to the King. 624
  • The Banquet. 657
  • Conversazione, 637
  • Conference, 624, 653. 677
  • Papers :
  • Developments in the Use of Materials in Railway Engineering. C. J. Brown. 625
  • Dimensions of Harbour and Dock Approaches, Sir Cyril R. S. Kirkpatrick, 654
  • Electric Transmission of Power as Applied to Large Areas. Archibald Page, 654
  • Filtration and Treatment of Water for Domestic Purposes, Sir Alexander C. Houston and Henry E. Stilgoe, 681
  • General Trend of Modern Development in Steam Turbine Practice, Henry Lewis Guy, 678
  • Generation and Utilisation of High-pressure Superheated Steam for Marine Propulsion, Lord Weir and Harold E. Yarrow, 626
  • Harbour Breakwaters. Hugh H. Gordon Mitchell, 655
  • Heavy Internal Combustion Engines, Geoffrey Porter, 678
  • Latest Types of Steam and Internal Combustion Locomotives, Sir Henry Fowler and Herbert N. Gresley, 656. 668
  • Light High-speed Internal Combustion Engines, H. R. Ricardo. 677
  • Modern Road and Bridge Construction, Frederick Charles Cook. 655
  • Present 'Trend in Boiler Practice, William H. Patched', 653
  • Problem of Road Traffic from the Engineering Point of View, Herbert Raikes Hepworth, 656
  • Progress in the Adoption of the Internal Combustion Engine for Marine Purposes. Professor Charles J. Hawkes, 627
  • Progress in Hydro-electric Installations, including Intakes, Leats. Tunnels, Dams &c., James McLellan, 680
  • Properties of Materials for Use at High Temperatures. with Special Reference to Boilers for Superheated Steam, R. G. C. Batson, 653
  • Prospective Development in the Generation of Electricity and its Influence on the Design of Station Plant, Standen Leonard Pearce, 679
  • Railway Design and Maintenance as Affected by the Application of Electricity, George Ellson and A. R. Cooper. 626
  • Recent Developments in Concrete and Cement for Engineering Structures, F. E. Wentworth-Sheilds, 624
  • Steel for Shipbuilding, Sir William J. Berry, 626
  • Tidal Power and Turbines Suitable for its Utilisation, Professor Arnold H. Gibson. 680
  • Utilisation of Solid and Liquid Fuels, Cecil H. Lander, 628
  • Election of Members and Associate Members and Admission of Students, 302
  • James Forrest Lecture, A Century of Inventions. Sir James Alfred Ewing. 619
  • October Examinations, 1927. Pass List, 71
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • Automatic Equipment for Heavy Traction Sub-stations, H. B. Poynder, 269
  • Insulating Oils for High-voltage Cables. T. N. Riley and T. R. Scott, 581
  • Kelvin Lecture, Revolution in Physics, Sir Oliver Lode, 428
  • Large Electric Baking Ovens, W. Ellerd-Styles, 125
  • Practice and Progress in Combustion of Coal, F. H. Rosenerants, 526
  • Singapore Floating Dock, Electrical Equipment of, Ernest T. Williams, 486
  • Summer Meeting, Arrangements. 219
  • Summer Meeting in Scotland, 414, 710;
  • Programme, 414
  • Portobello Power Station, Edinburgh, 712
  • Transmission Lines, 11,000-Volt Electric, in Scotland, 710
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland
  • Fiat Marine Oil Engine. D. M. Shannon. 525
  • Pulverised Coal for Steam Raising, G. E. K. Blythe, 243
  • Institution of Gas Engineers :
  • Carbonisation Conference of Joint Fuel Committee, 56, 138. 206, 237
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • Annual General Meeting, Council's Report, 204
  • Causes of Failure of Wrought Iron Chain and Cable, Dr. H. J. Gough and A. J. Murray, 455, 468; MacDonald, R. C., Views on the Subject, 457
  • George Stephenson Memorial Installation, 312
  • Reorganisation of Crewe Locomotive Works.
  • Captain H. P. M. Beanies, 312, 314: (Correction), 361
  • Report of Steam Nozzles Research Committee, 95
  • Summer Meeting at Southampton, 330, 718 :
  • Provisional Programme. 330
  • Port of Southampton, F. E Wentworth-Sheilds, 705, 718
  • Southampton and Neighbourhood, Visits Paid by Members at. the Summer Meeting, 718
  • Third Report of Wire Ropes Research Committee, Dr. W. A. Scoble, 455, 495
  • Thomas Lowe Gray Lecture, The First. The Marine Oil Engine, Professor C. J. Hawkes, 40
  • Waste Heat Recovery, Major W. Gregson, 204, 216
  • NORTH-WESTERN BRANCH :
  • Cutting Temperatures : Their Effect on Tools and on Materials Subjected to Work, E. 0. Herbert, 82
  • Experimental Results from a Three-cylinder Compound Locomotive, Lawford H. Fry, 108
  • Steam Nozzles Research Committee Report. Dr. P. Telford Petrie, 160
  • Waste Heat Recovery, Major W. Gregson, 205, 213, 216
  • Institution of Municipal and County Engineers :
  • Annual General Meeting and Elections, 580, 683; Programme, 580
  • Chair of Highway Engineering, 641
  • Paper by Colonel A. Sinclair and Mr. J. W. Burr, 658
  • Presidential Address, 658
  • Two Papers Dealing with Distribution I L. Romero, (2) H. F. G. Wouds, 683
  • Institution of Naval Architects :
  • Spring Meetings, 302. 343. 370. 397
  • Annual Dinner, 302. 344; Annual Report. 343; Programme, 302
  • Bending and Loading of Ships, J. Foster King, 370, 372
  • Design and Propulsion of Fast Double-ended Screw Vessels, E H. Mitchell, 371
  • Experimental Diesel Engines, Engineer-Captain Turner, 371, 383
  • Experiments on the Propulsion of a Single-Screw Ship Model, G. S. Baker and J. L. Kent, 400
  • Fuel for Ships. Present Position of the Question, Sir John H. Biles, 343, 355, 370
  • Model Propellers Working in Air and in Water, W. Sprague. 397
  • Modern Developments in Rigid Airship Construction. Lieut.-Colonel V. C. Richmond. 398. 399, 410
  • Relative Strength of Fine and Full Cargo Vessels. E. L. Champness and Frank McAlister. 397
  • Sir Philip 1Vatts' Bust. Unveiling of, 372
  • Statistical Analysis of Voyege Abstracts, J. Lockwood Taylor, 401
  • Stresses in the Hulls of Stranded Vessels, Professor E. G. Coker, 397
  • The Effective I. of H.M.S. Wolf, G. H. Hoffmann. 398
  • Vortex Theory of Propellers, W. G. A. Petting; and Cavitation, John Tutin, 400
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders : Diesel Engine Drive for Generators and Other Auxiliary Machinery on Board Ship, J. Calderwood. 83
  • Institution of Water Engineers :
  • Thirty-third Summer General Meeting at Torquay, 386; Programme. 386
  • Society of Chemical Industry :
  • Conference, Joint. 441.580; Programme, 441
  • Joint Fuel Committee, Carbonisation Conference with Various Other Associations, 56
  • Society, Liverpool Engineering :
  • Developments in Steam Turbine Propulsion. R. J. Walker, 289
  • Society, Newcomen :
  • Summer Meeting. 572; Programme, 572
  • Society, Royal :
  • Conversazione. 576
  • Ammeter for Currencies of Extremely High Frequencies, E. B. Moullin. 577
  • Artificial Telephone Traffic Machine, International Standard Electric Corporation, 576
  • Automatic Control of Humidity, Apparatus for, Cambridge Instrument Company, 576
  • Demonstration of Faraday's Experiments on Crispations of Fluids, Sir William Bragg, 576
  • Demonstrations and Exhibitions by Sir Robert Hadfield, Messrs. Oertling, Professor G. I. 'Taylor, 577
  • Furnace, High-temperature Electric Resistance, Dr. W. Rosenhain and Mr. W. E. Prytherch, 576
  • Silk Fibres, Apparatus for Measuring Strength and Elasticity of, British Silk Research Association, 576
  • Theodolite, Oldest in the World, Humphrey Cole, Shown by Mr. G. Gabb, 576
  • Society, Royal Aeronautical:
  • Variable Pitch Airserew, Dr. H. S. Hole-Shaw and T. E. Beacham, 432
  • Societies, Physical and Optical :
  • Exhibition. 42—For Details, see Separate Heading. Physical and Optical Exhibits
  • AUTOMATIC Control Gear for Gasworks. Boiler Plant, &c.. Reavell-Askania. 596
  • Avonmouth Dock Extension, 539, 546, 563, 574. 603

B

  • Baker, G. S., and J. L. Kent. Experiments on the Propulsion of a Single-screw Ship Model, 400
  • Baker. G. S., Industry, Science and Men, 408; (Letter). 571
  • Baking Ovens, Large Electric, 125
  • Beames, Captain H. P. M., Reorganisation of Crewe Locomotive Works. 312, 314
  • Bessemer—see Iron and Steel
  • Biles, Sir John H., Question of Fuel for Ships. 343, 355. 370
  • Birminghain Conference—see Carbonisation Blythe. G. E. K., Pulverised Coal for Steam
  • Raising, 243
  • Boiler Explosion on the Clyde Turbine Steamer King George V.. 320
  • Boiler Feed Control for High Pressures, T. Sugden, Ltd.. 582
  • Boiler Feed Pumps—see Pumps
  • Boiler Steam Drum, 400 lb. Pressure, Yarrow and Co.. Ltd., 460
  • Boilers, High-duty, for Sawmill Refuse, V. W. Greenberg, 692
  • Boilers, Large, Furnaces of, 214; (Letter). 247
  • Boilers, Steam, Strength of, 351
  • Boilers, Waste Heat, Discussion, Clarkson Thimble-tube Waste Heat Boilers for Submarines, 205
  • Books of Reference, 125. 219, 372, 497, 608, 690
  • Boring Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Bradford, S. C.. Engineering Information Service at the Science Library. South Kensington, 176
  • Bradford, S. C., Logical Principles of Classification, 357
  • Bradford, S. C., The Brussels Classification, 685
  • Bridge. New Road, Between Newcastle and Gateshead, 206
  • Bridge. Road, Old and New, Over the Tweed at Berwick, 542
  • Brighton, Automatic Sub-stations, at.. 578. 579

BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION

  • Specifications :
  • Broken Stone Chippings, No. 03, 1928. 348
  • Colliery Materials, 348
  • Cup and Countersunk Bolt Heads, Nuts and Washers, 348
  • Electric Power Switchboards, 238
  • Electrical Performance of Rotary Convertors, 52
  • Field Rheostats, 220
  • Fire Hose Couplings, 697
  • Grey Iron Castings, 348
  • Painting Materials, 52
  • Pipe Flanges, 401
  • Plug-in Coils, 109
  • Special Trackwork for Tramways. 177
  • Standard Paints and Driers, 609
  • Standard Tolerances for Reamer Diameters, 520
  • Steel Fishplates for Bull-head and Flat-bottom Railway Rails. 220
  • Translucent Glassware Fittings, 220
  • Two-pin Wall Plugs and Sockets. 52
  • BRITISH INDUSTRIES FAIR—see Separate Section of Index
  • Brown, J. 8., Oil Engine Performance on Coal Oils. 274
  • Brownlie, David, Liquid Fuel from Coal, 414
  • Brussels Classifieation, 8. C. Bradford. 685
  • BUILDING TRADES EXHIBITORS AND EXHIBITS :
  • Acme Stonebreaker, Open-drum Concrete Mixer, &es, Goodwin, Barsby and Co., Ltd., 430
  • Chilled Iron Single-roller Mill with Reduction Gearing, ace., for Grinding Ready Mixed Paints, Enamels, &e.; Two-roller and Three-roller Chain-driven Mills; Combined Plants, Twin Paste Mixer and Two-roller Mill; Edge Runners; Whirlpool Mixers. &c., Sidney Smith and Blyth, Ltd., 431
  • Concrete Making and Working Machines, Burn-Lancaster Drum Type Open Mixers, Concrete Kerb and Channel Making Machine, Winget (1924), Ltd., 430
  • Concrete Mixers, Slab and Block Making Machines, Flag Moulds, &c., Liner Tilting Drum Machine, Liner Concrete Machinery Company. 430
  • Concrete Placing Equipment, " Insley " " Rex " Concrete Mixers; " Rooshors " Self-locking Shores; " Berg " Concrete Surfacing Machines, Cowan, Hulbert, Ltd.. 430
  • " Hercules " Press for Manufacture of Sandlime Brick. H. Alexander and Co., Ltd., 430
  • High-speed Roller Mill for Grinding Paints, &c.; 81Q Triple-roller Mill with Porphyry Rolls; Micrometer Adjustments and Worm Reducing Gear; Micro-twin Machines. " Full," " Middle." and " Baby," for Grinding_ and Cleansing Enamels and Paints; " Vortex " Mixer for Rapid Dilution of Paints; Horizontal Mixer for
  • Cellulose and for Mixing and Dilution of Paints, Enamels, &c., Torrance and Sons, Ltd.,431
  • Lifts, ranes, Hoists or Conveyors, Waygood-Otis, Ltd.; Marryat and Scott, Ltd.; Medway's (Safety Lift) Company, Ltd.; Wm. Wadsworth, 432
  • Mixers, " All Purposes," " Featherweight," and " Light Weight." Illumines AIM I Rapier, Ltd., 430
  • Moulding Machine, " Lee Magnum," Leo and Fouracre, 430
  • Paint Grinding. Chain-driven Mill; Triple. chilled Iron Roller Grinding Mill; Paint and Enamel Straining Machine; High-speed Rotary Disc Grinding Mill; Rapid Single • cone Paint. Mixing Machine, Merchant Brothers. Ltd.. 431
  • Proportioning. Mixing and Feeding Machine, Automatic. Pragos Engineering Company. Ltd., 430
  • Refrigerators, Easiwork, Ltd.; Frigidaire, Ltd., 432
  • Stonebreakers; O.C. Concrete Mixer; " Little Giant " Mixer, Frederick Parker, Ltd.. 430
  • " Tonkin " Mixer; Cube Mixer, A.C.E. Machinery, Ltd., 430
  • "Victoria ' Concrete Mixers, Stothert and Pitt. Ltd., 430
  • " Vulcan " Pug Mill. H. and E. Lintott, 430
  • Woodworking Machinery :
  • Canting Spindle Dimension Saw Bench; Automatic Motor-driven Cross-cut Saw; Motor Cross-cutting and Trenching Machine; Band Saw; Machines, Combined Surfacing, Thicknessing, Morticing, and Tenoning. Wadkin and Co., 431
  • Chain-feed Edging and Sawing Machine; Heavy Planing and Thicknessing Machine..1. Sager and Co., Ltd., 452, 453
  • Combination Woodworking Machine Panel Planing and Thicknessing Machine, A. Cooktiley, 454
  • Heavy Panel Planing Machine; Planing and Moulding Machine; Three-drum Sander, John Pickle's and Son (Engineers), Ltd., 453, 454
  • " Midsaw," Tool for a Great Variety of Operations, Midland Saw and Tool Company, Ltd., 454
  • Moulder, Heavy Double-spindle Circular; Panel Planing and Thicknessing Machine; Straight Edging and Ripping Saw Bench, Thomas Robinson and Son, Ltd., 451, 452
  • Woodworking Tools, Various, Deming and Co.. Ltd.; Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd.; S. Tyzack and Son, Ltd.; Richard Melhuish, Ltd., 454. 455
  • " Penberthy " Automatic Cellar and Surnp Drainers. W. H. Willcox and Co., Ltd.. 455
  • Sewage Purification Apparatus. Tithe and Bell, 455
  • Various Other Exhibits, 455
  • BURDEN of Local Taxation, 498

C

  • Calcutta—see Water Supply
  • Calderwood, J.. Auxiliary Oil Engine Drives on Board Ship, 83
  • Calendars, Diaries, &e., 32, 56, 74. 115. 172
  • CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS • 70, 299, 340, 413, 572, 040
  • Aeroplane Engines, 340
  • Big Electric Smelter, 71
  • British Empire Steel Corporation, 413
  • Canadian Newsprint Production, 640
  • Eleetro-chemical Industries, 340
  • Georgian Bay Ship Canal, 572
  • Hudson Bay Railway Ocean Terminus. 299
  • Limoilou Paper Mill, 70
  • Mineral Development in New Brunswick, 70
  • Mining, 572
  • New Contracts, 413
  • Nickel and Copper at, Sudbury, 413
  • Papermaking Machine, Large, 413
  • Power Development on the St. Lawrence. 413
  • Power Extensions in Ontario and Quebec, 413
  • Proposed Now Railway, 413
  • Proposed Power Plant on the Montreal River, 413
  • Purchase of a Power Plant and a Paper Mill. 640
  • Railway Developments, 572
  • Remedial Works at, Niagara, 340
  • St. Lawrence Development Plan, 340
  • St. Lawrence Power Schemes, 299
  • St. Lawrence River Works, 572
  • St. lAwrence Waterway, 70
  • Shipments of Iron Ore. 413
  • Telegraph System, A New. 413
  • Tidal Power Development, 299
  • Utilisation of Lignite, 413
  • Water Power Project, 041
  • CAPROTTI Valve Gear, 720
  • Carbonisation Conference of Joint Fuel ton -mitten, Institution of Gas Enguieer-4 nrd
  • Others, 56, 138, 200, 237
  • Papers Submitted, List of, 206
  • Catalogues, 195, 248, 279, 333, 361. 389, 417, 529, 557, 585
  • Cathetometer, New Form of, C. F. Casella and
  • Co., Ltd.. 412
  • Centenary Celebrations of the Institution of Civil Engineers-For List of Papers Read Net Associations, Institutions and Societies Century of Engineering, 631
  • Chemical Properties of Crystals, Professor Cecil H. Desch, 513
  • Chemical Treatment.-see Coal
  • Chimney Dust, 436
  • Ciment Fondu Concrete, 352
  • Clansification-see Logical
  • COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :
  • British Coal in Belgium, 22
  • Chemical Treatment of Coal on the Continent. 455
  • Coal Hoist, 33-Ton Hydraulic, 694
  • Coal Pulverisation. Some Thoughts on, P. V. Vernon, 176
  • Coaling Planta-see Railway Locomotives
  • Continental Coal Situation, 78
  • Liquid Fuel from Coal, David Brownlie, 414
  • Pulverised Coal, F. H. Rosencrants, 526
  • Pulverised Coal for Steam Raising, G. E. K. Blythe, 243
  • Reactivity of Coke, .1. H. Jones and Others. 511
  • COKER, Professor E. G.. Stresses in the Hulls of Stranded Vessela, 397
  • Collapse of the St. Francis Dam, Los Angelem, 380. 438. 568
  • Commercial Evolution of Engineering, 77
  • Concrete Road at. a High Altitude. 71
  • Concrete-see Building Trades Exhibits
  • Congress on Peat, 459
  • Continental Coal-see Void
  • Contracts. 29, 62, 90, 118, 141 169. 198, 09c, 256, 279, 305. 336. 389, 445, 476. S.'9, 860, 588. 614, 643, 674, 699, 725
  • Coopers Hill M'air Memorial Prize and Medal. 330
  • Copper Mine--see Horne
  • Corridor-see Railways
  • Coventry-see Electrical Matters
  • Crane, 30-Ton Duplex Overhead Travelling, S. H. Heywood and Co.. Ltd.. 354
  • Crane, 15-Ton Eleetro-hydraulic Ingot Casting. Ateliers do Constructions Electriques de Charleroi, 240, 244
  • Crane, New Level Lulling. Joseph Booth and Brothers, Ltd., 684
  • Crewe Locomotive 1Vorks, Reorganisation ut. Captain II. P. M. Beanies, 312
  • Crooke. A., and T. Thomson. Appleby Iron Company, Ltd.. 511
  • Croydon--see Aeronautics
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 30. 60, 88, 116, 142, 170, 190. 224, 254, 280. 306, 334, 362, 390, 418, 446. 474. 502, 530, 558. 586, 612. 644, 072. 700. 726
  • Cutting-see Machine Tools
  • Cuttlefish Castings. C. C. Hopkins. 191

D

  • DAM, St. Francis, Collapse of the, 380, 438, 568
  • Dam, Stevenson Experimental Arch, 478, 662
  • Desch, Professor Cecil H.. May Lecture, Chemical Properties of Crystals, 513
  • Diesel Engines-see Engines
  • Dines. L. H. G.. Skidding of a Four-wheeled Vehicle on a Slippery Road, 94
  • Double Helical Gear-see Sykes
  • Drilling Machines-see Machine Tools
  • Drop Hammer Plant, Converted, Brett's Patent Lifter Company, Ltd., 110
  • Dunstable Portland Cement Works, 92, 104, 120
  • Durban-see Water Supply

E

  • EDUCATION 11. Intelligence, 152, 195

ELECTRICAL MATTERS

  • Automatic Sub-stations, 269; (Letters), 327, 441, 485
  • Automatic Subsatations at Brighton. 578. 579
  • Brown-Boveri 20,000.kW Turbo-generator at Rotterdam, 506. 549 (Two-page Supplement, May 11th, 1928)
  • Central England Electricity Scheme,
  • Clacton, Electrical Extensions at, 668
  • Coventry Power Station, Transformers for British Thomson-Houston Company, 460
  • Electrical Breakdowns in 1927, 548
  • Electricity Supply. 296
  • Extensions at the Shanghai Power Station, 652
  • Gear-driven Train Lighting Set, Societe des Engrenages Citroen, 276
  • Heavy Oil Engine and Electricity Supply. 241, 240; (Letter), 328
  • Horseferry-road Sub-station, 188
  • Insulating Oils for High-voltage Cables, t. N . Riley and T. R. Scott., 581
  • Load reactor, 408
  • Maentwrog Power-house of the North Wales Power Company. 151
  • Manchester Electricity Supply. 667
  • North-West England and North Wales Electricity Scheme, 716
  • Overhead Power Lines, 492; (Letter), 712
  • Power Station for a Chemical Works, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company. Ltd., 299
  • Propelling Ships. Electric Transmission of Power for. J. W. Belsey. 457
  • Rhone—Rhino Canal. Electric Haulage for. 488
  • Rural Electrification at Chester, 649
  • Scotland, Summer Meeting of Institution of Electrical Engineers, 710
  • Singapore Floating Dock. Electrical Equipment of. Ernest T. Williams, 486
  • South-East England Electricity Scheme, 219
  • Squirrel Cage Induction Motors. 464
  • Transmission by Cables, 689
  • Turbo.alternator, Three-phase. Report on Professor S. Parker Smith, 366, 402; (Letter). 459
  • Use of Diesel Engines for Peak Load Supply. 78: (Letters), 137. 190, 247. 265
  • Woodbridge Road Electric Generating Station. Guildford. 600, 634
  • ELECTRO-DEPOSITION of Silver, Joint Conference, 243
  • Ellerd-Styles, W., Large Electric Baking Ovens, 125

ENGINES AND MOTORS

  • Auxiliary oil Engine Drives on Board Ship. JH. Calderwood. 83
  • Completely Submersible Petrol Engine for Lifeboat Service. Weyburn Engineering Company. Ltd.. 162. 163
  • Experimental Diesel Engine:. Engineer-Captain Turner. 371. 383
  • Experimental Oil Engine, 2000 ICH. P. Sulzer Brothers. 138
  • Extra-High.pressure Steam Engine at the Verkspoor Works. 130. 134
  • Fiat Marine Oil Engine. D. M. Shannon, 525
  • Heavy Oil Engine and Electricity Supply, 241; 1Vorking Costs, Report. 246; (Letter). 328
  • Marine Oil Engine, Professor C. J. Hawke*, 40
  • Marine Oil Engine. 7000 S.H.P. Two.stroke, Sulzer, 375
  • Marine Steam Engine. Recent Development of the. G. R. Hutchinson, 318
  • Michell Crankiest; Engine, G. U. L. Sartori and Kenneth Watson, 276
  • Oil Engine Generator Sot, 300 kW. Six-cylinder, for H.M.S. Rodney, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 301
  • Oil Engine Performance on Coal Oils, J. S. Brown, 274; (Letters), 327
  • Oil Engine, 80 B.H.P., for a Woollen Mill, Alexander Shanks and Co., Ltd., 639
  • Peak Load Problem and High-powered Diesel Engines. M. Gereke, 496
  • Scott-Still Engine for the Eurybatos. 345 (Two-page Supplement, March 30th, 1928)
  • Sellinge the Gas Engine Abroad, 651 1750 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Heavy Oil Engine. General Electric Company. Ltd.. 200
  • Stationary Oil Engine for High Altitudes. Parsons Oil Engine Company. LW., 357
  • Steam Winding Engines for South Africa, Markham and Co., Ltd., 458, 459: (Correction), 501
  • Use of Diesel Engines for Peak Load Supply, 78; (Letters), 137, 190, 247, 265
  • ENGINEERING in 1828, 601
  • Engineering. Commercial Evolution of, 77
  • Engineering Industry. 575
  • Engineering Information Service at the Science
  • Library, South Kensington, S. C. Bradford, 176
  • Equilibrium Diagram, Dr. W. Rosonhain. 200. 206
  • Erith Stoneware Pipe Works, Doulton and Co..
  • Ltd.. 534; (Letter), 571; (Addendum), 674 (Two-page Supplement, May 18th, 1928)
  • Evans, E. C.. and F. J. Bailey, Blast-furnace
  • Data and their Correlation, 511
  • Everest. A. B., and Dr. D. Hanson, Nickel awl
  • Ferrous Alloys, 513
  • Ewing, Sir James Alfred, James Forrest Lecture,
  • A Century of Inventions. 619

EXHIBITIONS

  • British Industries Fair—see Separate Section of Index
  • Building Trades Exhibition, 430, 451—for Exhibits, see Building
  • Paris Fair, 570
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition. 42, 72, 98—For Exhibits, see Physical and Optical
  • Technical Fair at Leipzig, 284—see also Leipzig

F

  • FAIRS—see Exhibitions
  • Fan Standardisation Committee, Report. 102
  • Fire Float for Rangoon, Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 658, 660
  • Floating Dock for Abadan. Sir W. G. Armstrong. Whitworth and Co.. Ltd., 680
  • Floating Dock—see Singapore
  • Floating Dry Dock. 100-Ton, for Flying Bouts, 320
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 32. 62, 90, 118, 144, 172, 198. 226. 258, 282, 308. 330. 384. 392, 420. 448, 476. 504, 532. 580, 588. 814, 848, 074, 702. 728
  • Foundry—sec Products
  • Fowler's Calculator. 375
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES : 31, 61, 89. 117, 143. 171. 197. 225. 255, 281. :107, 335, 363. 391. 419, 447. 475, 503, 531, 559, 587. 813. 645, 673. 701. 727
  • Advancing Prices. 171
  • Air Condensers. 303
  • Air Service, 117
  • Automatic Couplings, 89. 701
  • Barrage Construction. 255. 363
  • Barrage Reservoirs, 475
  • Canal Haulage, 845
  • Cantilever Bridge, 31
  • Cliambon-Romanche Barrage, 335
  • Charcoal Suction Oas, 701
  • Coal, 531, 701
  • Coal Cartel, 307
  • Coal Duties, 117
  • Coal in Madagascar. 197
  • Coal Production, 171
  • Colonial Worlcs, 225
  • Commercial Treaties. 226
  • Competition Abroad. 391
  • Continuous Brakes. 503. 613
  • Cruiser Colbert, 475
  • Cruising Submarine. 2.55
  • Desert Bridge, 307
  • Destroyers. 391
  • Displacing a Bridge. 391
  • Domestic Heating. 363
  • Dredging the Seine, 727
  • Economic Organisation, 613
  • Electrical Propaganda. 419
  • Electrification, 171
  • Electrification in Mororro, 645
  • Floating Docks. 143
  • Hood Protection Works, :31
  • Flying Boats, 531
  • Foreign Trade, 143, 281, 727
  • French View of British Industry. 559
  • Harbour Works, 171
  • Harbours and Waterways. 89
  • Hot. Bulb Engines. 197
  • Hydraulic Works in Africa. 117
  • Hydro.olectric Installations, 307
  • Import Duties. 143. 197
  • Improved Outlook. 559
  • Industrial Protection. 281
  • Ingenieurs Civils, 550
  • Locomotive Cab Signals, 447
  • Loire Navigation. 307
  • Machine Tools, 419
  • Makhonine Fuel, 503
  • Mechanical Engineering, 503
  • Metallic Coaches, 01
  • Monorail Traffic. 31
  • Motor Industry, 197, 475
  • Motor Ships. 727
  • Naval Manwuvres. 307
  • Navigation Signals. 171
  • Paris Sewage, 281
  • Patent Legislation, 117
  • Plougastel Bridge. 475
  • Port of Casablanca. 225
  • Port of Marseilles. 31
  • Public Works. 447. 845
  • Pyrenees Railways, 603
  • Rail and Road Traction. 873
  • Railway Charges. 31
  • Railway Economies, 559
  • Railway Electrification, 701
  • Railway Improvements, 447
  • Railway Rates, 255
  • Railways and Aviation, 61 3
  • Railways and Road Trait:limit 197. 475
  • Reconstruction, 447
  • Rhine Navigation, 587
  • Sea. Temperature Energy. 073
  • Seine Floods, 171
  • Shipbuilding, 073
  • South American Air Service. 281
  • Stabilisation, 631. 873
  • Steel Consumption, 383
  • Stool Houses, 61
  • Stool Improvement. 587
  • Steel Organisation. 845
  • Steel Production. 813
  • Steel Trade, 81, 225, 727
  • Steel Union, 335
  • Suction Gas from Charcoal, 363
  • Tariffs and Engineering. 335
  • The Navy. 419, 727
  • Tidal Power Schemes. 01. 225
  • Trade Improvement, 143
  • Trade Organisation, 687
  • Trade Outlook, 31, 391
  • Transport Charges. 813
  • Trans•Saharan Railway, 89, 255
  • Used Water Disposal, 531
  • Wages, 701
  • FRENCH Tidal Power Schemes, 326
  • Friend, J. Newton, Overstressed Iron. Steel and
  • Corrosion, 588
  • Fry, Lawford H., Experimental Results from
  • a Three-cylinder Compound Locomotive, 108
  • Fuel— see Ships
  • Fuel Conference (World Power Conference) 808 List of Papers to be Presenteel by British Debilitates, 719
  • Fuel Research in America, 274
  • Furnaces of Large Boilers. 214; (latter). 247
  • F. W. R., Over the Staff Manager's Shoulder. 524

G

  • GAS Engines—see Engines
  • Gear-driven Train Lighting Set, Societe des Engrenages CitroOn, 278
  • Geometry. Wear and Testing of Safety Razor Blade Edges. .1. Ferdinand Kayser, 621; (Letter). 695
  • Gereke, 31., Peak Load Problem and High-powered Peak Load Diesel Engines, 496
  • Gezira Irrigation Scheme : Canalisation of the Gezira, Hartnood V. (L.Johnstone, 385
  • Sluices and Machinery of the Gezira Irrigation Scheme : Blue Nile Darn and Canalisition. James R. Russell, 386
  • Gisborne Harbour Works. New Zealand, 174, 184
  • Gough, Dr. H. 3., and A. J. Murray, Failure of
  • Wrought Iron Chain and Cable, 455, 468 :
  • MacDonald, R. C., Views on the Subject, 457
  • Grain Elevator System at Montreal, 714, 717
  • Granberg, V. W.. High-duty Boilers for Sawmill
  • Refuse, 692
  • Gregson, Major W., Waste Heat Recovery. 204. 213, 216
  • Grinders—see Machine Tools

H

  • HAIGH, Professor B. P., Static Balancing of Rotors, 310. 338. 350
  • Hammers, 24-Ton Air, 5-Ton Drop, Eliamico, 284
  • Harbord, V., Cleaning of Blast-furnace Gas, 546
  • Harbour Works, Globate, New Zealand, 174. 184
  • Hardness Testing Machine, E. G. Herbert. 696
  • Hatfield. Dr. W. H.. Heat-resisting Steels. 566
  • Hatfield. Dr. W. H.. Heterogeneity of Steel Ingots, 537
  • Hawkes, Professor C. J., Thomas Lowe Gray Lecture, The Marine Oil Engine, 40
  • Hearn, Colonel Sir Gordon, Levelling with an Aneroid, 270, 296, 324
  • Heat, Transmission Through Boiler Tubes. Hubert 0. Croft., 165
  • Hele-Shaw, Dr. H. S., and T. E. Beacham, 432
  • Herbert, E. J., Cutting Temperatures : Their Effect on Tools and on Materials Subjected to Work, 82
  • High-speed Navvies and Drag Line Excavators, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., 272
  • Hoffman. G. H., The Effective I of H.M.S. Wolff, 398
  • Horne Copper Mine and Smelter at Noranda, Quebec, 370, 378
  • Horseferry—see Electrical Matters
  • Houston, Sir Alexander, Report on London Waters, 708, 716
  • Hudson River Bridge. 153, 426
  • Hydraulic Power Developments in Quebec, 313, 322
  • Hydro-electric Power Station, Bottle, 258, 268, 290
  • Hydro-electric Power in Sweden, 641

I

  • INDICATOR, High-pressure, Leonard G. P. Thring, 298
  • Indicators—see also Physical and Optical Exhibition
  • Industry and Rates, 464
  • Industry, Science and Men, G. S. Baker, 408; (Letter), 571
  • Institutes and Institutions—see Associations
  • International Commission on Illumination, 333
  • International Congress on Bridge and Structural Engineering, 721
  • International Electro-technical Commission. 358
  • International Test Code for Steam Turbines, 638
  • Inventions, A Century of, Sir James A. Ewing, 619
  • Inventions, Development of, 160

IRON AND STEEL:

  • Appleby Iron Company. Ltd., A. Crooke and T. Thomson, 511
  • Basic Open-hearth Process, B. Talbot, 482
  • Bessemer Medal Presentation, 510
  • Blast-furnace Data and their Correlation, E. C. Evans and F. J. Bailey, 511
  • Chromium Steel Rails, T. Swinden and P. H. Johnson, 567
  • Cleaning of Blast-furnace Gas, V. Harbord, 537
  • Electrical Normalisation of Steel, W. E. Woodward, 568
  • Failure of Wrought. Iron Chain, Dr. H. J. Gough and A. J. Murray. 455. 468;
  • MacDonald, R. C., Views on the Subject, 457
  • Fatigue-resisting Properties of Carbon Steel, H. J. Tapsell, 512
  • Heat-resisting Steels, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 566
  • Heterogeneity of Steel Ingots, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 537
  • Iron and Steel in 1927. 83
  • Nickel and Ferrous Alloys, A. B. Everest and Dr. D. Hanson, 513
  • Nickel Steel and Manganese, J. A. Jones, 512
  • Overstressed Iron, Steel and Corrosion, J. Newton Friend, 568
  • Silicon, Effect of. on Magnet Steel, J. Swan, 513
  • Sydney Steel Plant, Nova Scotia. 681, 688
  • Wrought Iron. E. J. Fox, 460
  • IRRIGATION in Siam, 147
  • Italian 1000 Miles Road Race, 404
  • .I.A.MAICA, J. G. B. Stuns, 690
  • .lames Forrest Lecture. A Century of Inventions, Sir James A. Ewing. 619
  • .Johansen, F. C., Application of Model Experiments to the Air Resistance of Trains, 146; (Letter), 358
  • Jones, J. A., Nickel Steel and Manganese, 512
  • Jones, J. H., and Others, Reactivity of Coke, 511

K

  • KAYSER, J. Ferdinand, Geometry, Wear and Testing of Safety Razor Blade Edges, 621; (Letter). 696
  • Kershaw, John B. C., Three Smoke Abatement Reports, 149
  • King, J. Foster, Bending and Loading of Ships. 370. 372

L

  • LABORATORY, American, of Insurance Engineering, 676, 704
  • Lathes-see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips. 59, 115, 192, 048. 306, 358, 414, 445. 473, 501. 629, 557, 585. 611, 671. 725

LEADERS

  • 1927-A Retrospect, 17; Technical Progress, 18
  • Agricultural Engineering, 132
  • Architecture and the Engineer. 715
  • Automatic Sub-stations, 269
  • Automatic Train Control. 106
  • Central England Electricity Scheme, 324
  • Century of Engineering, 631
  • Chimney Dust, 436
  • Ciment Fondu Concrete. 352
  • Commercial Evolution of Engineering, 7 7
  • Continental Coal Situation. 78
  • Development of Inventions, 160
  • Efficiency of Steam Nozzles, 105
  • Electrical Breakdowns in 1927. 548
  • Electricity Supnly, 296
  • Engineering in 1828. 601
  • Engineering Industry, 575
  • French Navy. 47
  • Furnaces of Large Boilers, 214
  • Heavy Oil Engine and Electricity Supply. 241
  • Industry and Rates, 464
  • Internal Combustion Locomotives, 491
  • Load Factor, 408
  • Locomotive Developments, 661
  • Locomotive Testing Plants, 323
  • Mr. Schwab on British Steel. 319
  • Output and Demand. 463
  • Output and Power, 379
  • Overhead Power Lines, 492
  • Place of the Workshop in Education, 242
  • Projected Atlantic Liners. 519
  • Pupils and Works, 662
  • Purification of Water Supplies, 716
  • Question of Trade Fairs, 295
  • Railway Accidents, 032
  • Railway Accidents in South Africa, 689
  • Railway Meetings, 270
  • Saving of Weight. 435
  • Sevenoaks Derailment, 131
  • Smaller Battleships.in Prospect. 407
  • South African Railway Electrification, 380
  • Spanish Navy, 547
  • Squirrel-cage Induction Motors, 463
  • Steam Research in America, 185
  • Strength of Steam Boilers, 351
  • Tank Engines on Express Trains, 186
  • Thames Flood, 47 10,000-Ton Cruiser, The, 159
  • Transmission by Cables. 689
  • Waste Heat Recovery, 213
  • LEIPZIG Technical Fair, 284-For Details see
  • Hammers, Machine Tools and Woodworking Machines

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS

  • 114, 140, 168,
  • England, North of, 28, 58, 86, 360, 388. 416, 194, 222, 252, 278, 304, 332, 610, 642, 670, 444, 472, 500, 528, 556, 584, 167, 193, 698, 724 387, 415, 44:3,
  • Lancashire, 27, 57, 85, 113, 139, 641, 669, 697, 221, 251, 277, 303, 331, 359, 471. 499, 527, 555, 583, 609, 723
  • Midlands and Staffordshire, 27, 57, 85, 113, 138, 166, 192. 221, 250. 277. 302, 331, 359, 387, 415, 443, 471, 499, 527, 555, 583, 609,
  • 041, 669, 697, 723
  • Scotland, 29, 59, 87, 114, 141, 169, 195, 223, 253, 279, 305, 333, 361, 389, 417, 445, 473, 501, 628, 556, 585, 611. 643, 071, 699. 725
  • Sheffield. 28, 58, 86, 114, 140, 168, 194, 222, 252, 278, 304, 332, 360. 388, 416, 444, 472, 500, 527, 556, 584, 610, 642, 670, 698, 724
  • Vales and Adjoining Counties, 29, 59, 87, 115, 141, 169, 195, 223, 253, 279, 305, 333, 361, 389, 417, 445. 473, 501. 529, 557, 585, 611, 643, 671, 699, 725

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Alternating Current for Main Line Railways, 441
  • American v. British Locomotives for South Africa, J. G. H. Warren, 51
  • Automatic Sub-stations, H. B. Poynder, 327;
  • British Brown-Boveri, Ltd., 328; F. P. Whitaker, 441; R. L. Morrison, 485
  • Balancing Four-cylinder and Three-cylinder Locomotives, H. A. F. Campbell, 265
  • Boiler Explosion Reports, Boilerman, 52
  • Box Containers, Thos. Rowatt, 70
  • British Industries Fair, Rd. Johnson Clapham and Morris, Ltd., 265
  • Carriage Forward. Barimar, Ltd.. 572
  • Cheap Power, Gas Pump, 51
  • Compensated Spring Gear on Locomotives, P. C. Dewhurst, 289; C. M. Swatman, 328
  • Compounds on Rail and Sea, John Riekie, 51, 70
  • Compressed Air Meter, John L. Hodgson, 70, 358; E. J. Laschinge, 289
  • Costs for Manufacturers, Charles Smith, 554
  • Desert Power Scheme, S. P. Christie, 572
  • Diesel Engines and Peak Load Supplies, Geoffrey Porter, 137; A. H. Law, 137;
  • Engineer, 137; C. 0. Milton, 190; A Ratepayer, 190; J. G. Griffin, 247; H. W. Watts, 265
  • Earthquakes, H. A., 572
  • Equivalent Bonding Moment, &c., Gilbert Cook, 191
  • Erith Stoneware Pipe Works, Hickson and Parish, 571
  • Furnaces of Large Boilers, Riley Stoker Company, Ltd., 247
  • German Machine Tools, Selson Engineering Company, Ltd., 328
  • Heavy Oil Engine and Electricity Supply, H. W. Watts, 328
  • Hellgate Power Station, Now York, British Brown-Boveri, Ltd., 638
  • Kitson-Still-see Locomotive Development Locomotive Design and Orders Within the Empire, Midloco. 358
  • Locomotive Development, W. Rogers, 554;
  • R. W. Willans, 572; South-Western, 638
  • Locomotive Efficiency, C. M. Keiller, 695
  • Locomotive Testing Plant, F. W. Dean, 516
  • Multiplication with a Difference, C. Plenderleith, 695, 712; Harold I. Sid ek, 667;
  • C. Brooks, 695; J. P. Clark,
  • Oil Engine Performance on Coal Oil. R. Maclaurin, 327; Harold Nielsen. 327
  • Charles Turner, 404
  • Overhead versus Underground Cables, A. M. Taylor, Major 8.0.2. 712
  • Oxygen Jet Cutting, British Oxygen Company, Ltd.. 598
  • Philosophy of Indust rialism, H. C. A., 571
  • Port and Starboard, L. A. Legros, 712
  • Railways and Wind Tunnels, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 358
  • Recent British Locomotives, V. Pecori Giraldi, 52
  • Rubber in Bridge Construction. W. Roger Sanguineth, 067
  • Safety Razor Blade., P. V. Vernon, 695
  • Sevenoaks Accident Report, John Place, 152
  • Levelling with an Aneroid, Colonel Sir Gordon Hearn, 270, 296, 324
  • South African Locomotives, Beyer, Peacock and Co., 289
  • Steam Nozzles Research. Brown, Boveri and Co.. Ltd., 248
  • Tests on a Three-cylinder Compound Locomotive. M.I. Mech. E.. 404
  • Tests on a Three-phase Turbo-alternator, Charles C. Sutton. 459
  • Thames Floods, A. E. Langley, 70
  • Tyne Bridge, 'rho New, Thos. H. Webster, 52; Walter Hayler, 70
  • Use of Wire Rope in Structural Frameworks, Hexagon, 459. 554; John D. North. 516, 598
  • Water Power and the Engineering Societies. D. S., 191, 248
  • Waterworks Controversy. Lewretaw, 516
  • Wayleaves, R. Borlase Matthews. 404
  • LEVELLING and Stadia Sta ff , Cooke. Troughton and Simms, Ltd., 657
  • Liquid Fuel—see Coal

LITERATURE

  • Reviews :
  • Aerial Photography, C. Winchester and F. L. Wills, 409, 577
  • Applied Heat, Dipl. Ing. Julius Oelschlager, 243
  • Armaments and the Non-combatant, E. F. Spanner, 48
  • Britain's Fuel Problems, 186
  • Coal in Great Britain, Walcot Gibson, 106
  • Commercial Electrical Measuring Instruments, R. M. Archer, 353. 602
  • Costs for Manufacturers. Charles Smith, 297, 492
  • Design and Construction of Darns, E. Wegmann, 187, 520
  • Electric Rectifiers and Valves, Professor A. Guntherschulze, 465
  • Electro-farming or the Application of Electricity to Agriculture. R. Borlase Matthews, 243
  • Factory Organisation, C. H. Northcote and Others, 106, 187
  • History of Railways in Ireland. J. C. Conroy. 133, 663
  • Indian Storage Reservoirs with Earthen Darns, W. L. Strange, 492, 691
  • James Watt and the Steam Engine, H. W. Dickinson and Rhya Jenkins, 632
  • Jane's All the World's Aircraft, C. G. Grey and Leonard Bridgman, 271
  • Manual of Forest Engineering and Extraction, J. E. Stewart., 465
  • Manufacture of Artificial Silk, E. Wheeler, 187, 521
  • Modern Electrical Illumination, Cyril Sylvester and Thomas E. Ritchie. 353
  • Phase Rule and its Application. Alexander Findlay. 133; Text-books of Physical Chemistry : Ramsay and Doman Series. 133
  • Pitman's Technical Dictionary of Engineering and Industrial Science in Seven Languages. Ernest Slater, 602
  • Practical Television. E. T. Lamer, 297, 436
  • Principles of Electric Power Transmission by Alternating Current, H. Waddicot, 243
  • Theory of Emulsions and their Technical Treatment, W. Clayton, 48, 242
  • Water Supply of Towns and the Construction of Waterworks, W. K. Burton and J. F. Dumbleton, 106, 352
  • Working of Unstratified Mineral Deposits, George J. Young, 548
  • Short Notices :
  • American Railway Signalling Principles and Practice, 297
  • Continuous Current Engineering, Alfred Ray, 187
  • Electrical Engineering Economics, D. .T. Bolton, 215
  • Locomotive Management from Cleaning to Driving, Jas. T. Hodgson, 409
  • Plastering, Plain and Decorative, 48
  • Railway Signalling, S. T. Dutton, 106
  • R's Method of Using Ordinary Set Squares, &c., Harry W. Roberts. 187
  • Vertical Shaft Sinking, E. 0. Forster Brown, 215
  • Wireless Direction Finding and Directional Reception, R. Keen, 187
  •  %%fireless Principles and Practice. L. S. Palmer, 106, 187; (Correction), 216
  • Books Received :
  • Abrasive Handbook, F. B. Jacobs, 602
  • Air Hardening Rivet Steels, Harry K. Herschman, 133
  • Alfred Yarrow : His Life and Work, 602
  • All the Word's Aircraft, 1927, C. G. Grey, 48
  • Annales des Ponts et Chaussees, 1927, 243
  • Annales des Ponts et Chaussees, 1928, 492
  • Annales des Travaux Publics de Belgique,-1927, 106
  • Annales des Travaux Publics de Belgique. 1928, 436
  • A nnali dei Lavori Pubblici (Gia Giornale del Genio 48. 382, 548
  • Annual Report on the %York of All Departments of the Ministry (Finance) during the Year 1923-24, Part I., Cairo, 409
  • Applied Electricity, S. Timoskenko and J. M. Lessens, 187
  • Aslib Directory; A Guide to Sources of Specialised Information in Great Britain and Ireland, G. F. Barwick, 634
  • A.S.T.M. Standards, 1927, Part I., Metals
  • Part H.. Non-metallic Materials, 48
  • Automobil-Reparaturen, 0. Winkler. 353
  • Beyond the Electron, Sir J. J. Thomson. 602
  • Birmingham Exchange Directory of Members, &c., 1928, 663
  • Blue Book, 1928, Directory of the Electrical Engineering and Allied Trades. 187
  • B.O.T. Orale and Marine Engineering Knowledge, Steam and Oil, W. C. MacGibbon, 271
  • Britain's Industrial Future, 161
  • Builders' Bookkeeping and Costing, C. G. Dobson. 48
  • Buyers' Guide to the Motor Trade in Great Britain and the Empire, 1928, 436
  • Calvert's Mechanics' Almanack, 1928, F. Nasmith, 48
  • Cast Iron in the Light of Recent Research. W. H. Hatfield, 215
  • Centrifugal Pump and its Applications, 31.
  • Heath, 187
  • chemical Engineering and Chemical Catalogue. D. M. Newitt, 382
  • Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades' Directory. 1928, 353
  • Coloured Thinking, Dr. F. Fraser Harris, 382
  • Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry, Vol. VIII.. J. W. Mellor, 409
  • Concrete Year Book, 1928, Oscar Faber and H. L. Childe, 14)6
  • Cours d'Electricite Theorique, Vol. B. Posney, 106
  • Cours de Mecanique, Paul Levy, 548
  • Cours de Mecanique, Complement Resistance du Beton Anne, 106
  • Der Praktische Eisenhochbau, Vol. III., Alfred Gregor, 716
  • Design, Construction and Maintenance of Docks. Wharfs and Piers, F. M. Du Plat Taylor, 663
  • Die Bestimmung der Batistoffditinpfung nach dem Verdrehungsausschwingverfahren, Ewald Portz, 548
  • Die Bibliotheken der deutschen Tochnischen Hochsohulen. Dr. Paul Trominsdorlf, 577
  • Die Einfiiisse bewegter Listen auf Bracken und das Problem der Radreibung. Ing. A. Buchwald, 106
  • Die Grundlagen fur den Bau und die Einrichtung von Lokomotivausbessorungswerken, Dr.-Ing. F. Neesen, 271
  • Die Verwendbarkeit der Rantgenverfahren in der Technik. Dipl.-Ing. C. Kantner and Dipl.-Ing. A. Herr, 716
  • Die Werkstofftagung, Berlin, 1927, Conrad Matschoss, 133
  • Diesel Engine Design, H. F. P. Purday. 106
  • Dieselmaschinon, Dr.-Ing. Julius Magg, 133
  • Directory of Papermakers in Great Britain and Ireland, 1928, 382
  • Directory of Shipowners, Shipbuilders and Marine Engineers, 1928, 187
  • Distribution of Electricity by Overhead Lines, W. T. Taylor, 663
  • Drafting for Engineers, Carl Sara Svonsen, 577
  • Drang und Zwang, Dr.-Ing. A. Fiippl and Dr. L. Fkippl, 353
  • Electrical Conductivity of the Atmosphere and its Causes. V. F. Hess. 187
  • Electrician Annual Tables of Electricity Undertakings, 1928, 548
  • Engineering Index, 1927, 548
  • England's Industrie am Scheidewege, Professor Dr.-Ing. W. Midler, 271
  • Etudes stir la Trefilerie et ses Derives, R. Papier. 436
  • Examples of Modem French Architecture, H. Robertson and F. R. Yerbury, 577
  • Excavating Machinery as Represented by Power Shovels, &c., W. Barnes, 663
  • Field Astronomy, A Manual of, A. H. Holt, 187
  • Fifty-nine Coal Mine Fires, &c.. G. S. Rice and Otheis, 436
  • First Course in Experimental Science for Technical Students, R. W. Hutchinson, 521
  • Forschungshefte der Studiengesellschaft ftir Hachstspa.nnungsanla.gen; Katlic) denos zillograph, Professor A. Matthias, 106
  • Foundations : Methods and Appliances, W. Simpson. 716
  • Future of Tin, H. Oakley and R. Pritchard, 521
  • Grandi Utilizzazioni Idrauliche, 48
  • Grey Book, 1928, 106
  • Handbook to British Malaya, 1927, 133
  • Handbook on the Practice of County Courts. J. E. Spickett, 106
  • Handbook of Structural Steelwork, 1928, 436
  • Highway Engineering, J. H. Bateinan, 409
  • H.M. Stationery Office Publications :
  • Accuracy of Commercial Screw Threads, * T. H. Rolt and W. G. Ridge, 297
  • Descriptive Account and Catalogue of the Home Office Industrial Museum and Exhibits, 409
  • Estimation of Firedamp, C. S. W. Once and D. W. Woodhead, 106
  • Gamecock Aeroplane, Jupiter VI. Engine 602
  • Instructions as to the Survey of Passenger Steamships, 243
  • Investigation of a Rotating Radio Beacon, Radio Research Report No. 6, 602
  • Journal of the Royal Agricultural Society of England, Vol. 88, 634
  • Lighting Power of Flame Safety Lamps, R. V. Wheeler and D. W. Woodhead, 133
  • Lion Aero Engine (Series V and 'ya), 634
  • Particulars of Meteorological Reports Issued by Wireless Telegraphy in Great Britain, 1928, 634
  • Report on the Conditions and Prospects of British Trade in India. 1926-1927, T. M. Ainscough, 106
  • Safety Precautions for Transmission Machinery in Factories, Part IL, Belt Mounting, 187
  • Survey of Metal Industries. 577
  • Unsaturated Hydro-carbons " in the Gases from the Carbonisation of Coal, 187
  • Wire Ropes for Mines : Some Notes Regarding their Manufacture and Structural Engineering : Some Suggestions as to Training for and Entering the Profession, 133
  • Studies in Malaria as it Affects Indian Railways, R. S. White, 492
  • Studies in Molecular Force, H. Chatley, D.Sc., 602
  • "Swift " Cubit; Reckoner (Rectangular) for Timber, &c., J. Gall Inglis. 577
  • Sydney Harbour Trust Commissioners, Twenty-seventh Report. 382
  • Technique do l'Etirage : Etude GOarale, G. de Lattre, 48
  • Telephone and Power Transmission, R. Bradfield and W. J. John, 634
  • Textbook of Telegraphy. A. E. Stone, 521
  • The Standards' Year Book, 1928. 716
  • The Wireless World Moving Coil Loud Speaker, 297
  • Theorio der Reduktionaftthigkeit von Stein-kohlenkoks, Professor Dr. G. Agdo and Dr.-Ing. H. Schmitt. 353
  • Tin Mining, C. J. Moor, 409
  • Tokyo Imperial University. 133
  • Traits pratiquo do Navigation Aerienno, A.-B. Duval and L. HAbrard, 548
  • " Transactions " of the Institution of Engineers of Australia, Vol. VI., 1925, 436
  • Two Essays in Early Locomotive History. C. F. Dondy Marshall, 492
  • Union dos Ingenieurs Sortie des Eccles Spooiales do Louvain. 602
  • Universal Directory of Railway Officials. 1928, 577
  • University of London, University College :
  • Annual Report of the College Committee, 436
  • Vertoichnis Berechneter Functionentafeln, Part I., 548
  • Warmedurchgang bei oinfaohen Kai-pent und Masehinen. 271
  • Water Supply of Adelaide and Suburbs, H. E. Bellamy, 716
  • Werkstoff- und Banvorschrifton fiir Land-dampfkessol nebst Erlauterungen, 271
  • Werkatoff Handbuch Nichteisonmetalle, G. Masing and Others, 133
  • Workstoff-Handbuch—Stahl und Eisen, 187
  • What's Wanted and Advice to Inventors, 133
  • Wireless Loud Speakers, Dr. N. W. McLachlan, 409
  • Wirtschaftlichsto Isoherstarke boa Warmeund KAlteschutzanlagen, &c., Dr.-Inge I. S. Cammeror, 133
  • World Motor Transport Congress, 1927, " Proceedings," 187
  • Year Book of the Bermudas, the Bahamas, &c., 1928, 436
  • Year Book of Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, 1927, 297
  • LLOYD'S Register—see Ships
  • Locomotives-see Railway Locomotives
  • Lodge, Sir Oliver, Kelvin Lecture. Revolution
  • in Physics, 428
  • Logical Principles of Classification, S. C. Bradford, 357
  • London Waters—see Water Supply
  • M
  • MACHINE TOOLS :
  • Boring Machine and Grinding Machines at
  • Leipzig, Schiess-Defries, 285
  • Cutting Temperatures : Their Effect on
  • Tools and on Materials Subjected to Work,
  • E. G. Herbert, 82
  • Double Electrically Driven Wet Tool Grinder.
  • B. R Rowland and Co.. Ltd.,84
  • Drilling, Boring and Milling achine, Hulse
  • and Co., Ltd., 382
  • Extra High-speed Lathe. Schloss-Dairies
  • Machine Tool Company, 158. 166
  • Grinding Machines for Locomotive Repairs
  • and Saw-sharpening Machine at Leipzig,
  • Friedrich Schmaltz, 285
  • Hole and Expansion-link Grinding Machines,
  • Boyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd.. 600. 608
  • Lathes. Five.Various, at Leipzig Fair, Alfred
  • Herbert, Ltd., 284. 285
  • Machine Tools at Paris Fair, 570
  • Pneumatic Fettling Grinder, Warner Swasey. 525
  • Vertical Milling Machine, Heavy Duty.
  • Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 494
  • MACHINERY at the Paris Fair, 570
  • Maentwrog—see Electrical Matters
  • Magneto, The " Waco." 385
  • Manometer, An Improved Mercury-contact.
  • Harold Martin, 181
  • Marine Engines—see Engines
  • Mechanical Motions. Models of, at Leipzig. 286
  • Metal Rectifiers, Westinghouse Brake and
  • Saxby Signal Company, Ltd., 684
  • Metals—sec Associations. Institute of Metals
  • Milling Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Mitchell, E. H., Design and Propulsion of Fast
  • Double-ended Screw Vessels, 371
  • M.L.S. Superheater Header and Regulator.
  • Superheater Company. Ltd., 330
  • Model Drawing-office, 524; (Correction), 685
  • Montreal, Grain Elevator System at. 714. 717
  • Motor Vehicles, Commercial, at Leipzig. 284
  • N
  • NAVAL Matters—Bee Ships
  • Niagara Falls, Preservation of, 368
  • O
  • OBITUARY :
  • Bayard, Clement. 554
  • Bridge, Robert, 48 13tickliain, Sir George. 554
  • Davey. Henry (Portrait), 437
  • Day. Charles, 107 (;aster, Leon, 48
  • Gee, William Winson Haldane, 271
  • Goethals, Major-General, 108
  • OBITUARY (continued):
  • Harper, John, 79
  • Lange. F. M. T., 465
  • Lea, William Edgar. 79
  • Longridge, Michael (Port rait), 107
  • Mountain, William Charles, 132
  • Murray, Lee, 353
  • Patrick; Andrew Crawford. 133
  • Ransom°. Geoffrey, 404
  • Roberts. David, 464
  • Sellon, Robert Perry, 79
  • Seward, W. R.. 271
  • Siemens. Alexander, 214
  • OIL Burners for Kitson-Still Locomot :;s I
  • -see also Railway Locomotives
  • Oil from Coal in South Africa, 344
  • Oil Engines-see Engines
  • Oil Separator, 200-Ton, for the Japanese Navy 112
  • Open-hearth Process-see Iron and Steel
  • Output and Demand, 403; (Letter), 571
  • Output and Power, 379
  • Over the Staff Manager's Shoulder, F. W. It., 524
  • PAPER Mills, West Templeton. Canada. I2, 216
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH
  • Aeronaut ors, 569
  • Batteries and Accumulators, 363, 674
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 613
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 614, 727
  • Crushing and Grinding, 364
  • Dynamos and Motors, 31. 01, 89, 117. 143, 171, 197, 225, 281, 335, 391, 419, 613, 673, 701, 727
  • Electric Appliances, 61. 89, 225. 281, 307, 447, 475, 503, 531, 559, 613. 645. 674, 701
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 143, 255, 307, 363, 391, 419, 447, 503, 531. 645, 701
  • Furnaces, 90. 117, 335. 560, 614. 645
  • Gas Producers, 255, 448
  • Lighting and Heating, 143, 226, 335, 588
  • Locomotives, 392
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances. 61. 171. 197. 225, 281, 308, 364, 419, 448, 532, 660, 674
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments. 31, 419, 447, 587, 645. 702
  • Metallurgy, 117, 198, 282, 504
  • Mining Machinery. 255. 532
  • Miscellaneous, 32, 61, 90, 118, 144, 172, 08, 220. 255. 282. 308. 336, 364, 392. 420. 448, 476, 504, 532, 588. 614, 646. 674, 702, 728
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic. 171, 197, 448. 476, 560, 588, 646
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 336, 392, 504, 531, 645. 727
  • Ships and Boats. 90, 728
  • Steam Generators. 61, 143. 171, 3:15, 363 447, 531, 587, 673, 727
  • Switchgear, 171, 255, 307, 419
  • Telegraphs and Telephones. 90, 117, 1 4 3 , 335, 392, 447, 475, 503, 559, 587, 702, 727
  • Tramways and Railways, 61, 308, 475
  • Transformers and Converters, 31, 89. 307, 391, 447, 503, 587, 613
  • Transmission of Power, 117, 281, 335. 363. 419. 475, 560, 587, 702
  • Turbine Machinery. 225. 363, 673
  • Water Purification. 144
  • Welding, 172
  • PAUGAN Falls Power Plant, 522, 523
  • Pavement Breaking Machine, 13. Johnson and
  • Son, 440
  • Peat, Congress on, 459
  • Perring, W. G. A., Vortex Theory of Propellers, 400
  • Personal and Business Announcements. 59. 90. 115, 141, 169, 198. 226, 256, 282, 308. 336, 361, 392. 442. 473, 504, 532, 560. 611, 646, 699, 728
  • Petrol Engines-see Engines
  • PHYSICAL AND OPTICAL SOCIETIES'
  • EXHIBITS 42. 72, 98
  • Acoustic Resonator, Fournier d'Albe Sys.
  • tern. Adam Hilger, 74
  • Aegir Depth Indicator. Electric Alarm. Volt •
  • tags Regulator, Motor Starting, N. C. Rapid
  • Action, Isenthal and Co., Ltd., 98
  • Ammeter, Portable Multi-range, Crompton,
  • Parkinson, Ltd., 42, 43
  • Bakelite Rosin Products, Bakelite, Ltd., 73
  • Components and Complete Receivers; Coils,
  • Triple Honeycomb. " Xllos," Short•wave,
  • Geared Coil Holder; Condensers, Various.
  • " Lokvane," Micro-condensers. Vernier
  • Balancing; Short • wave Amplifiers
  • Gramophone Pick•up, &c., Igranic Elee•
  • tric Company, Ltd., 101
  • Current Transformer; Warren Synchronous
  • Motor; Induction Ammeter, Everett
  • Edgcumbe, 99
  • Detonation Apparatus, T. Carlton-Sutton, 99
  • Dionic Water Tester, Evershed and Vignolles, 73
  • Duddell Oscillograph Outfit with Condenser,
  • Cambridge Instrument Company, 43. 44
  • Heat-1088 Gauge, Captain A. Blacicie, Foster
  • Instrument Company, 44
  • Historical Museum, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 102
  • Multiversal " Current Transformer, Elliott
  • Brothers, Ltd., 73
  • " Mutochrome," Seventeen-colour, C. F.
  • Smith, Adam Hager, 74
  • Recording Potentiometer; Hot Wire Motor
  • Mechanism. atc.. Cambridge Instrument
  • Company, 72
  • Research and Experimental Apparatus. G. L.
  • Addenbrooke, 102
  • Resistance Box Switch; Galvanometer,
  • Form of d'Arsonval; Vibration Galvano-meter, H. Tinsley and Co., 98
  • Sobering Bridge, Cambridge Low-tension,
  • Cambridge Instrument Company. 44
  • Steel Wire, H.R. Crown," Steel, Firth
  • " H.R. Crown," Stainless and " Stay-brite " Steels, Brown-Firth Research
  • Laboratories, 100
  • Temperature Deviation Indicators, Cambridge Instrument Company, 101
  • PHYSICAL AND OPTICAL SOCIETIES' EXHIBITS (ron/rutted) :
  • Temperature Signalling Indicator; Thermo-meter, Surface, Negretti and Umbra. 101, 102
  • " Toroid " H.F. Transformer. Variable Condenser, Dubilier Condenser Company, Ltd., 100, 101
  • Vacuum Switch, General Electric Company, 73
  • Vacuum Thermo-couples, Elliott Brothers,
  • Ltd.. 73
  • Vibrograph, Low-periodicity, Cambridge Instrument Company. 42. 43
  • Voltmeter. Portable A.C.. Elliott Brothers.
  • Ltd., 73
  • Voltmeters, Moullin Thermionic, Alternating-current, Radio Frequency, &c., Cambridge
  • Instrument Company, 72
  • Voltmeters and Wattmeters, Alternating or
  • Direct-current; Reverse Current Relay;
  • Combined Power Factor and Induction
  • Wattmeter, Nalder Brothers and Thompson, Ltd.. 99, 100
  • Wave-form Indicator. Cambridge Instrument Company, 72
  • Wave Model, T. B. Vinycomb, Possibilities
  • of Model—Phase Change at Reflexion
  • Independence of Wave Trains; Standing
  • Waves; Progressive Waves; Resonance;
  • Sound Waves; Vibrations of Strings;
  • Columns of Air, &c.; Torsional and Transverse Vibrations of Shafts, &c.; Propagation of Currents Along Cables : Long
  • and Short Telephone Lines. John Griffin
  • and Sons, Ltd., 100
  • WIRELIM APPARATUS :
  • Battery-charging • Rectifiers; Power Units
  • for H.T. and L.T. Supplies; Shielded
  • Valves; Condensers, &c.; Marconi
  • Shielded Valve; Gramophone Reproduction by Electric Pick-up System, 42
  • Marconi-Rein Microphone; Receivers;
  • Short-wave. also Portable Four-valve, 98
  • PHYSICS, Revolution in—sec Electrical
  • Matters
  • Pier—see Reconstruction
  • Piling System, New Air Pressure, Pressure
  • Piling Company, Ltd., 442
  • Place of the Workshop in Education, 242
  • Pneumatic Tool, A New, Rotary Air Tool Company, 525
  • Portland Cement Works, Dunstable. 92, 104, 120
  • Post Office Tube Railway, London. 153 (Two-page Supplement, February 10th, 1928)
  • Powdered Fuel and Turbulence, 220
  • Pressed Steel—are Vacuum Brake
  • Products of an Old Foundry, 125
  • Propellers. Model, Working in Air and in Water,
  • W. Sprague, 397
  • PUMPS :
  • Calcutta Waterworks, Pumping Stations and
  • Equipment for, 394, 406, 423. 434
  • High-pressure Turbine-driven Boiler Feed
  • Pump, G. and J. Weir, Ltd.. 640
  • Pumping Plant at Everhill Pumping Station
  • for the Demme Valley Water Board. Pula°.
  • meter Engineering Company, Ltd., and
  • F. A. Parkinson, Ltd., 373
  • Rumfields Pumping Station, Broadstairs
  • Waterworks, 617, 630
  • Sewage Pumping Plant, Automatic Under-ground, Daniel Adamson and Co.. Ltd., 525
  • " Unifio " Pump, Uniflow Pump Company.
  • Ltd., 526
  • PUPILS and Works, 662
  • Q
  • QUAY, Now Riverside, at the Albert Edward
  • Dock on the Tvne. 664, 665
  • Quebec—see Hydraulic Power
  • Question of Trade Fairs, 295
  • R
  • RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS
  • General Matters :
  • Application of Model Experiments to the
  • Air Resistance of Trains, F. C. Johansen, 146
  • Automatic Train Control, 100
  • Corridor Tender, L. and N.E. Railway. 666, 667
  • Gear-driven Train Lighting Sot, Societ6 des
  • Engrenages Citroen, 270
  • Coated Steam Rail Car, Sentinel-Cammell, 552
  • Oil-electric Train. 500 B.H.P.. L.M.S. Railway. William Beardmore and Co.. Ltd., and
  • the English Electric Company, Ltd., 514, 518
  • Railway Accidents, 632
  • Railway Accidents in South Africa, 689
  • Railway Meetings, 270
  • Railway Year, 275
  • Speed and Safety on the Railways, Raymond
  • Carpmael, 166
  • Summer Train Services in France, 669
  • British, Colonial and Indian :
  • Geared Steam Rail Car for L. and N.E. Railway, Sontinel-Cammell, 551
  • L.M.S. Railway, 500 B.H.P. Oil-electric
  • Train, 514. 518
  • L. and N.E. Railway, Corridor Tender, 666, 667
  • L. and N.E. Railway, Steam Coach, Clayton
  • Wagons. Ltd., 722
  • Non-stop Records on the L.N.E.R., 488
  • Post Office Tube Railway. London, 153 (Two-page Supplement, February 10th, 1928)
  • Sevenoaks Derailment. 126, 131; (Letter), 152
  • South African Railway Electrification. 380; (Letter), 441
  • Foreign:
  • American Railway Pageant. 64
  • Summer Train Services in France, 069
  • Vosges Railways, 543
  • RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES
  • General :
  • Comparative Tests on Locomotives with 180 lb. and 220 lb. Pressure, 668 850 lb. Pressure Steam Locomotive, Swiss
  • Locomotive and Machine Works, 274
  • Experimental Results from a Three cylinder
  • Compound Locomotive, Lawford H. Fry, 108; (Letter). 404
  • Fifty-cycle Single-phase Locomotives. Fried.
  • Krupp Aktiengesellschaft, 219
  • General Development of the Locomotive. 396. 422. 450, 481, 508, 562. 592. 616 : (Letter), 638
  • Internal Combustion Locomotive. 491
  • Kitson-Still Locomotive. 484, 491, 581; (Letters), 554. 572—see also Annual
  • Articles; Oil Burners for Kitson-Still
  • Locomotive. Laidliiw, Drew and Co., 581
  • Locomotive Coaling Plants, Mitt holl Conveyor and Transporter Company, 291, 294
  • Locomotive Developments, 661
  • Locomotive Testing Plants, 323; (Letter). 516
  • Regulator for Locomotives. A New. Super-heater Company. Ltd.. 330
  • Tank Engines on Express Trains. 178, 180
  • Foreign :
  • American Railway Pageant, 64; Locomotives. 65—For details see Illustrations
  • Index
  • P.L.M. Railway, Eight-coupled Compound
  • Tank Engine, Monsieur Vallantin, 414
  • Schmidt-Henschel High-pressure Two-pressure Locomotive (January 20th, 1928).
  • Henschel and Sohn. 80. 81, 82; (Correction). 22
  • RATEFIXING. G. W. Tripp. 234)
  • Razor Blade Edges. Geomet ry. Wear and
  • Testing of Safety, .1. F. Kayser, 621 (Letter). 695
  • Reconstruction of New Holland Pier, 228
  • Relative Strength—see Ships
  • Revolution in Physics, Kelvin Leet lire, Sir
  • Oliver Lodge, 428
  • Richmond. Lieut.-Colonel, V.C., Developments
  • in Rigid Airship Construction, 398. 390. 410; (Letters), 459, 516. 554. 598
  • Riley, T. N., and T. R. Scott, Insulating Oils
  • for High-voltage Cables, 581
  • Riverside Quay, New, at the Albert Edward
  • Dock on the Tyne, 664, 665
  • Roller. 1-Ton Motor, Tangent Tool and Engineering Company, Ltd., 83
  • Ropeway—see Aerial
  • Romencrants, F. H., Practice and Progress in
  • Combustion of Coal. 526
  • Rosenhain, Dr. \V.. Equilibrium Diagram, 260, 266
  • Rattle Hydro-electric Power Station, 258. 268, 290
  • Rudder, New Type, John Tilt in. 273
  • Ryburn —see 1A'ater Supply
  • ST. LAWRENCE Development. 440
  • Salving—see Ships
  • Sams, J. G. B., Jamaica, 690
  • Saving of Weight, 435
  • Schwab, Mr. Charles M., on British Steel, 510, 519
  • Scientific and Industrial Research Annual
  • Reports. 175
  • Scoble. Dr. W. A., Third Report of Wire Ropes
  • Research Committee, 455, 495
  • Selling—see Engines
  • Sevenoaks—see Railways
  • Sewage Pumping Plant. D. Aditnison and Co.,
  • Ltd., 525
  • Shannon Power Plant 318. 341
  • SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING
  • See Annual Articles
  • General Matters
  • Bending and Loading of Ships. J. Foster
  • King, 370, 372
  • Coal-fired Cargo Vessels. 302
  • Double-ended Screw Vessels, Fast, Design
  • and Propulsion of. E. H. Mitchell. 371
  • Electric Transmission of Power for Propelling
  • Ships. J. W. Belsey, 457
  • Experiments on the Propulsion of a Single-screw Ship Model, G. S. Baker and J. L.
  • Kent. 400
  • Fuel for Ships, Question of. Sir John H.
  • Biles. 343, 355, 370
  • Lloyd's Register :
  • Annual Summary, 111
  • Quarterly Shipbuilding Returnct, 54, 440
  • Marine Enginea--see Engines
  • Relative Strength of Fine and Full Cargo
  • Vessels, E. L. Champness and Frank
  • McAlister, 397
  • Rudder, New Type. John Tutin. 273
  • Salving of the Ex-German Battle-cruiser
  • Moltke. 605
  • Statistical Analysis of Voyage Abstracts, J.
  • Lockwood Taylor, 401
  • Stresses in the Hulls of Stranded Vessels,
  • Professor E. G. Coker. 397
  • Submarine of To-day, 123
  • Turbo - electrically - propelled Passenger
  • Liners. 275
  • British Navy :
  • H.M. Aircraft Carrier Courageous, 230
  • H.M.S. Sussex, Launch of, 249
  • The Effective I. of H.M.S. Wolf, G. H. Hoffmann, 398
  • Naval Matters :
  • Admiralty Staff Reduction, 102 10,000-Ton Cruiser, The, 159
  • Smaller Battleships in Prospect, 407
  • Foreign Navies :
  • Torpedo-boat Destroyers, New, John
  • I. Thornyeroft and Co.. Ltd.. 102
  • French Navy, 48
  • Oil Separator for the Japanese Navy, 112
  • Royal Dutch Navy, Torpedo Boat S.M. 2,
  • John I. Thornycroft and Co.. Ltd., 238
  • Spanish Navy. 547
  • Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • Canadian Pacific Cargo Steamer Beaverburn,
  • William Denny and Brothers. Ltd., 53
  • Canadian Pacific Liner Duchess of Bedford. 594
  • Canadian Pacific Passenger Steamer Princess
  • Elaine. John Brown and Co., Ltd., 314
  • Motor Tanker Elax, Netherland Shipbuilding
  • Company, 156
  • Orient Liner Orford, Vickers-Armstrong's
  • Naval Construction Works, 439
  • Projected Atlantic Liners, 519
  • Rotterdam Lloyd Motor Liner Sibajak. 192; (Correction), 253
  • Scott-Still Twin-screw Motor Vessel Eurybates, Scott's Shipbuilding and Engineering
  • Company. Ltd.. 345 (Two-page Supplement. March 30th, 1928)
  • SIAM, Irrigation in, 147
  • Silver, Electro-deposition of, Joint Conference, 243
  • Singapore Floating Dock. Electrical Equipment, of, Ernest T. Williams, 486
  • Sinking a Concrete Tunnel, 677
  • Sixty 'Years Ago, 14, 44, 71. 102. 128, 161, 187, 220, 243, 266. 289, 325. 353, 382, 404, 441. 459, 488, 521, 551, 577, 607, 623. 663, 691, 709
  • Skidding of a Four-wheeled Vehicle on a
  • Slippery Road, L. H. G. Dines. 94
  • Smith. Professor S. Parker. Report on a Three-phase Turbo-alternator. 366, 402
  • Smoke Abatement Reports, Three, John B. C.
  • kermlitiw, 149
  • SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • s I, 152, 179, 249, 386, 470, 516, 582, 686
  • Antimony Ore Treatment, 516
  • Automatic Colour Light Signalling, 152
  • British Motor Omnibuses, 250
  • British versus Foreign Tenders, 84
  • Broken Hill Mines, 84
  • Cement Supports in Minos, 152
  • Double-deckers for Motor Cars, 84
  • Doubling Cape Town Docks, 250
  • Electricity Statistics, 686
  • Electrification of Suburban Lines, 84
  • German Locomotives, Big, 582
  • German Tenders Accepted—Ninety Locomotives to Cost £560,213. 249; (Letter), 289
  • Gold Output for the Year, 249
  • Iron and Steel Industry, 686
  • Iron,and Steel Industry in South Africa, 582
  • Mineral Production, 179
  • Mining by Fire, 516
  • More Locomotives Ordered, 386
  • More Locomotives for South Africa, 470
  • Municipal Crushing Plant, &c., 471
  • New Engines for Rhodesia, 249
  • Oil from Coal, 582
  • Oil in South Africa, 582
  • Order for British Firm, 179
  • Paper Pulp Factory. 470
  • Platinum Extraction. 179
  • Platinum Revival, 386
  • Power Expansion in Natal, 470
  • Power Schemes in South Central Africa, 386
  • Railway Contracts for Belgium, 152
  • Railway Earnings, 471
  • Railway Finances, 386
  • Railway Repair Shops, 470
  • Rand-Durban Air Service, 686
  • Refrigerating Plant at Durban, 686
  • Rhodesia, Now Port for. 686
  • Road Motor Services, 179
  • Salt River Power Station, 516
  • Steenbras Waterworks, 179
  • Tenders for Locomotives, 686
  • Union Railway Expenditure, 471
  • Union's Locomotive Policy, 516
  • Unusual Cause of Flash-over, 152
  • Witbank Coking Coal, 152
  • SOUTHAMPTON, Port of, F. E. Wentworth•
  • Sheilds, 705, 718
  • Spanish Motor Car Industry, 488
  • Speed and Safety—see Railways
  • Sprague. W.. Model Propellers Working in Air
  • and in Water, 397
  • Static Balancing of Rotors, Professor B. P.
  • Haigh. 310, 338, 350
  • Steam Coach, L. and N.E. Railway, Clayton
  • Wagons, Ltd., 722
  • Stearn Engines and Steam Winding—see
  • Engines
  • Steam Nozzles, Committee's Report, 95, 105; (Letter). 248
  • Steam Research in America, 185
  • Steam Turbine Propulsion, Developments in,
  • R. J. Walker, 289
  • Stevenson Creek Experimental Arch Dam, 478, 662
  • Stoneware Pipe--see Erith
  • Submarines — see Ships
  • Sutlej Valley Project, Progress of the, 191
  • Swan. J., Effect of Silicon on Magnet Steel, 513
  • Swindon, T., and P. H. Johnson, Chromium
  • Steel Rails, 567
  • Sydney Steel Plant, Nova Scotia, 681. 688
  • Sykes Double Helical Gear Generating Machine.
  • Power Plant Company, Ltd., 462, 466, 467
  • T
  • TALBOT, B., Basic Open-hearth Process. 482
  • Tank Engines—see Railway Locomotives
  • Tapsell. H. J.. Fatigue-resisting Properties of
  • Carbon Steel, 512
  • Taxation, Local. Burden of. 498
  • Tests, Comparative. of Locomotives—see Railway Locomotives
  • Tests of a 12,000-kW Zoelly Steam Turbine, 177
  • Thames Flood, 47
  • Thomas Lowe Gray Lecture, First, The Marine
  • Oil Engine, Professor C. J. Hawkes, 40
  • Thring High-pressure Indicator, 298 •
  • Tidal Power—sec French
  • Tin Reclamation on the Cornish Coast. 609
  • Tin Smelting Furnace. New Design of, W. J.
  • Cayzer, 483
  • Traffic Signal. A New, 498
  • Trains—see Railways
  • Tripp, G. W.. Ratefixing, 230
  • Turbines for Generating Sets at Guildford
  • Station, 590, 634
  • Turbines, Steam, International Test Code for, 638
  • Turbines—see Tests
  • Turbo-alternators and Turbo-generators—see
  • Electrical Matters
  • Turner, Engineer-Captain, Experimental Diesel
  • Engines. 371, 383
  • Tutin, John, Cavitation. 400
  • Tut in, John, New Type of Rudder, 273
  • U
  • ULTRA-SONOROUS WAVOS in Navigation,
  • Monsieur P. Langevin, 348
  • Universal Pipe Template, The Sturrock, 414
  • V
  • VACUUM Brake. Pressed Steel Cylinders,
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd.. 109
  • Valve Gear. CHprotti. 720
  • Variable Screw—see Aeronautics
  • Vernon. P. V., Some Thoughts on Coal Pulverisation, 176
  • Vortex Theory of Propellers, W. G. A. Perring;
  • and Cavitation, John Tutin, 400
  • w
  • WASTE Heat Recovery. Major W. Grown. 204. 213, 216
  • Water Power Development in Canada, 189
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • Broadstairs, New Waterworks for, 617. 630
  • Calcutta 'Waterworks. 394, 406, 423, 434
  • Durban, New Waterworks for. 68
  • Pipe Line, New Ryburn, for Wakefield Water-works, 135
  • Port Elizabeth, Water for, 432
  • Purification of Water Supplies, 716
  • Report on London Waters, Sir Alexander
  • Houston, 708. 716
  • WATER Turbines for Shannon Power Plant. 318, 341
  • Wentworth-Sheilds, F. E., Port of Southampton, 705, 718
  • What is Yankee Ingenuity ? 721
  • " Wico " Magneto, 385
  • Williams, Ernest T., Electrical Equipment of
  • Singapore Floating Dock. 486
  • Wire Ropes, Report, Dr. W. A. Scoble, 455, 495
  • —see also Airship Construction (Aeronautics)
  • Woodward, W. E., Electrical Normalisation of
  • Stool, 568
  • WOODWORKING MACHINES :
  • See Building Trades Exhibits
  • Log Cross-cutting Saw, A. Ransome and Co..
  • Ltd., 441
  • Wood Planing and Mortising Machine at
  • Leipzig, Botteher and Gessner, 285, 286
  • WORK Meter, Work Meters, Ltd., 328; (Addendum), 361
  • World Power Conference—see Fuel Conference
  • A
  • ABELL, Sir 'Westcott, 91
  • Abolition of Submarines. 145
  • Accident Prevention. 119
  • Admiralty Contracts Awarded. 173
  • Admiralty Staff and Expenditure. 63
  • Aerial Surveying, 615
  • Aircraft Carrier. Our Latest. 1.19
  • Air Minister's Statement 283
  • Air Ministry Changes. 1 19
  • Air Survey Contract, Large•. 337
  • Airships and Aircraft Carriers. 119
  • Analysis of Unemployment. 385
  • Apprenticeship in the Engineering Industries, 533
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co., 1otd., 533
  • Astronomer•Royal's Report. 615
  • Atlantic Liners, Now and Projected. 647
  • Australian Commonwealth Line. 419
  • Avonmouth Dock Extension. 561
  • • B
  • BAIRD, Mr. Alfred W., The Lato. 63
  • Bennett. Mr. A. R., The Late. 589
  • Birthday Honours, 615
  • British•Amnorican Financial Combine. 421
  • British Association, 421
  • Brit ish Electrical Engineering Corporation, 309
  • Brit ish Industries Fair, 1929. 875
  • British shipping and Shipbuilding, 647
  • British Steel Industry, 703
  • Broadcast Reception in Birmingham. 1
  • Broadcwit ing Station, A New. 449
  • C
  • CABLES and Wireless Telegraphy. 33. 309
  • Canadian Pacific Order, A New, 703
  • Causes of Motor Accidents. 703
  • Central Scotland Transmission System. 393
  • Chamber of Shipping. 199. 477
  • Charing Cross Bridge, 703
  • Charing Cross Electricity Supply Company, 283
  • Clydebank Launch, A Notable. 91
  • Clyde Launches, Some Recent, 605
  • Coal Distillation in Belgium, 173
  • Conciliation in the Shipyards. 675
  • Co-operative Profit-sharing, 145
  • Cornish. Mr. Harry J., The Late, 421
  • Cross-Channel Vessels, New, for Belfast, 91
  • D
  • DEN of Cowie Viaduct Derailment. 145
  • Destroyer Orders. The NO%% . 227
  • Deutsch. Herr Felix. The l.at©. 589
  • Diesel Electric Oil Tanker, 257
  • Dixon, Sir Robert. Retirement of, 015
  • Dutch and Chain Destroyers, Now, 561
  • E
  • EAST to Vest Atlantic Flight, 421
  • Electrical Industry, 589
  • Electrical Research, 173
  • Electric Transmission Towers, 505
  • Electricity in Agriculture, 449
  • Ellerman Liner, A Notable, 119
  • Empire Airships, 33, 257
  • Engineer-in-Chief of the Fleet, 173
  • Engineering Appointments on the Clyde and
  • Tyne, 145
  • Engineering Deal, Large, in Lancashire, 91
  • Exhaust Turbine Drive for Large Liners. 257
  • F
  • FARADAY Lecture, 257
  • Fate of the U.S. Naval Programme, 199
  • First Lord's Statement, 283
  • First Wright Aeroplane. 145
  • Foreign Plant and the Beams. 145
  • French Electrical Trust, 589
  • French Naval Developments, 173
  • French Torpedo Craft, 561
  • Future Atlantic Liners, 477
  • G
  • GENERATION of Electricity in Great Britain, 305
  • Geophysical Surveying. 337
  • German Airship LZ 127, 337
  • Glasgow Bridge, A Now, 227
  • Glasgow Harbour Developments, 283
  • Glasgow's Now Electricity Slimager, 703
  • Groat Eastern Train Ferries. 337
  • Groenock Shipyard to Close Down. 633
  • " Grid " Contracts, 581
  • H
  • HARLAND and Wolff. Ltd.. 393
  • High•slx'cd Atlantic Liners, Proposed. 33, 227
  • High•spe(d and Transatlantic Flights. 337
  • Hydrogenation of Coal in Germany. 589
  • IMPROVED Express Service for East Anglia. 199
  • Industrial Transference Board, 33
  • Institute of Marino Engineers. 199
  • Institute of Transport Dinner. 309
  • Institution of Naval Architects. 533
  • Irish Cross•Channel Service. A Nov. 421
  • JOINT Conference of Employers and Employed 1
  • L
  • LAST of the Airship R 33, 505
  • Launch of a New Submarine, 505
  • League of Nations and Wireless, 505
  • Lentz Engined Cargo Steamer Holystone, 1
  • Liverpool as an Air Port, 647
  • Liverpool's New Power Station, 615
  • Lloyd's Chief Ship Surveyor, 145
  • Lochaber Hydro-electric Scheme, 257
  • London Telephones, 119
  • London Terminal Air Port, 119
  • London, Tilbury and Southend Line, 675
  • Longest Non-stop Railway Run, 393
  • Loss of the U.S. Submarine S 4, 309
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, 1
  • M
  • MARINE Turbine Building Record, 337
  • Mersey Dock Board Engineer, 589
  • Mersey Tunnel, 365, 703
  • Monitor Ship, A New, 365
  • Motor Cargo Vessel for the Clan Line, 703
  • Motor Lifeboats, New, for the Orkneys, 615
  • Motor Liners, New, 365
  • Motor Road, A Proposed New, 421
  • `Iotor Vessel Conversion Costs, 173
  • N
  • NATIONAL Physical Laboratory, 393
  • Naval Bomb, A New, 63
  • Nelson Liners, The New, 505
  • Newcastle-Gateshead Bridge, 227
  • Newell, Mr. T. M., Impending Retirement of, 33
  • New Process of Iron and Steel Production, 283
  • New Year Honours, 1
  • North-West Midlands Electricity District, 477, 647
  • Notable Flight Performances, 449
  • N'otable Jubilee, 365
  • O
  • OIL Engines for Peak Loads, 477
  • Omdurman Bridge, The New, 63
  • Orient Liner Orford. The New, 393
  • P
  • PERSIAN Railway Contract. 421
  • Photographs by Wireless, 647
  • Pipe Contract, A Large, 63
  • Port and Starboard, 675; (Letter), 712
  • Power from the Desert, 533; (Letter), 572
  • Power Station, New, at Coventry, 309
  • Practical Test of Marine Engines, 675
  • Profit-sharing in the Engineering Trades, 675
  • Proposed High-speed Railway, 615
  • Public Works in Spain, 33
  • Pulverised Fuel for a Cargo Liner, 533
  • Pulverised Fuel for Ships, 309
  • R
  • RAIL Disaster in France, 393
  • Railway Companies' Case, 91
  • Railways and Road Transport, 91, 227, 675;
  • Second Reading Carried, 227
  • Rapid Shipbuilding on the North-East Coast, 337
  • Rates and Industry, 393
  • Record Flight, 199, 647
  • Record Non-stop Railway Runs, 477
  • Refuse Power Works, New, at Glasgow, 477
  • Research Associations, 173
  • Richardson, Sir Alexander, The Late, 365
  • Royal Opening of the Science Museum, 309
  • Royal Tweed Bridge, 477
  • Rural Electrification, 145
  • S
  • SAFEGUARDING of Industries, 647
  • Safeguarding the Steel Industry, 533
  • Safety of Horizontal Milling Machines, 505
  • Safety of Life at Sea, 647
  • Sale of Australian Commonwealth Line, 1
  • Salving the Battle-cruiser Moltke, 561
  • Scottish Electricity Scheme, 227
  • Seaplane Speed Record, 365
  • Seaplane Speed Record Fatality, 283
  • Shannon Power Scheme, 257
  • Shipbuilding Orders, New, and Conversions, 533
  • Shipbuilding Trade Wages Advance, 615
  • Shipowners and Motor Shipping, 561
  • Shipyard Wages, 283
  • Singapore Floating Dock, 615, 703
  • Sir Westcott Abell's New Appointment, 703
  • Sixty-eight Years a Shipbuilder, 337
  • Skidding of Motor Vehicles, 257
  • Southampton Docks Extension, 449
  • South-East England Electricity Scheme, 505
  • Southern Railway Electrification, 365, 675
  • Southern Railway's Electrified Lines, 199
  • Standardisation and Simplification, 283
  • Steamboats, Some Old, 561
  • Strengthening Brunel's Bridge at. Saltash, 449
  • Submarine Aeroplanes, 1
  • Sukkur Barrage, 119
  • Supercharged Motor Vessels, 449
  • T
  • TAKORADI Harbour, 393
  • Television, 173
  • Thames Bridge Schemes, A New, 449
  • Thames Bridge Schemes, 505
  • Thames Flood Conference, 63
  • Thames Floods, 257
  • Thames Pier, A New, 477
  • Thomas Lowe Gray Lecture, 33
  • Tilbury Landing Stage, A New, 449
  • Towing the Singapore Floating Dock, 283
  • Traders' Opposition, 91
  • Transatlantic Airships, 173
  • Transatlantic Wireless Demonstration, 199
  • Transmission Line Towers, 421
  • Trevithick, Richard, 91
  • Turbo-generator Set, 20,000-kW, for Stockport, 199, 227
  • Twenty Years of Strikes, 337
  • Two Department Committees on Railways, 63
  • Tyne Shipping and Shipbuilding Developments, 63
  • U
  • U.S. Cruiser Programme, 533
  • U.S. Naval Programme Delayed, 589
  • U.S. Shipping, 227
  • V
  • VIBRATION of Buildings by Traffic, 33
  • w
  • WAGES in the Engineering industries, 477
  • Wages in the Engineering and Shipbuilding
  • . Trades, 309
  • Wages in the Shipbuilding Industry, 199
  • Watch and Clock Industry, 589
  • Water Turbines, Large Order for, 309
  • Waterways or Motorways, 393
  • White Star Liner, A New, 675
  • Wireless Direction Finding, 421
  • Wire Rope Manufacturers Federation, 589
  • Workman, Clark and Co.. Ltd., 03, 257
  • Workman Clark (1928), Ltd., 393
  • World's Fastest Cruiser, 421
  • World Speed Records, 449
  • z
  • ZEPPELIN Airship L Z 127, 337
  • A
  • ABSORPTION of Sound by Materials, Effect
  • of Painting, 183
  • Accidents in United States Metal Fields, 157
  • Acetate of Cellulose, New Factory for Porduction About to Begin Operations, 687
  • Acetylene, Dissolved, Used for Heating Bulbs
  • of Diesel Engines on Starting, 545
  • Aerial Ropeway 105 Miles Long, 293
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • Aerial Prospecting for Minerals in Canada, 545
  • Aerial Survey on the Rhodesia—Congo,
  • Border, Very Extensive Preparation Necessitated, 129, 157
  • Aerial Survey of Upper Reaches of Zambesi, 157
  • Aero-engines Manufacture at Ottawa by
  • Armstrong-Siddeley Company, 206
  • Aeronautical Engineering Course Established
  • in University of Toronto, 349
  • Aeroplane Motor's Hum 10001t. Distant Can
  • Close a Switch which Lights Banks of
  • Lamps, 405
  • Air Mail Service Extension to Toronto, 461
  • Ambulance Trains and Other War Necessaries Designed in Anticipation of Possible
  • Hostilities, 721
  • Anti-aircraft Gun and Mobile Mount, 183
  • Busk Studentship in Aeronautics, 417
  • Canadian National Defence Order for Aeroplanes, 15
  • Cross-Channel Air Service Between Calais
  • and Dover, 573
  • First Real Flight in England, Proposal to
  • Celebrate Twentieth Anniversary, 129
  • Flight Cadetships and Scholarships for Aircraft Apprentices, 141
  • Moth Aeroplanes, Thirty-four Ordered for
  • Australian Government, 545
  • Overseas Mails Delivered from Steamers by
  • Aeroplane, 545
  • Patrolling Aeroplane, Usefulness in Case of
  • Forest Fires, 461
  • Reserve of Air Force Officers, 253
  • Schneider Trophy Winning Seaplane S5, 83 600 Miles Flight in 41 Hours, Creating New
  • Record, 489
  • Transatlantic Air Service, Proposed, Weather
  • Bureau in Connection with, near Montreal, 433
  • Vacancies for Aircraft Apprentices, 87
  • AGRICULTURAL Engineering Department at
  • Ontario Agricultural College, 183
  • Alaska, Discovery of Chakachatua River, Too
  • Swift and Deep for Fording, 45
  • Albanian Construction of Harbour at Durazzo, 75
  • Alcohol Composition, New, Expected Revolutionary Results, Economical and Otherwise, 377
  • Aluminium Factory Erection in Italy, 267
  • Aluminium Industry, Expansion Programme, 623
  • Aluminium, Now, Production in the United
  • States, 629
  • Aluminium Powder Erroneously Called Aluminium Bronze in the U.S.A., Increasing Importance of, 599
  • Ammonia Condensers, Surface of, 183
  • Ammonia, Synthetic, Successful Commercial
  • Production of, 239
  • Ammonia, Synthetic, Works at Billingham-on-Tees, Extension, and Structural Steel
  • Required, 405
  • Antimony Deposits Development in New
  • Brunswick, 45
  • Antimony Ore, Experimental Parcel Shipped
  • from New Brunswick to this Country, 15
  • Antofagasta Port, Rapidity of Construction in
  • Advance of Contract, 293
  • Apparatus, New, for Attaining Very High
  • Pressures, Monsieur James Basset, 15 •
  • Apso, New Rust-resisting Metal Produced in
  • France, 659
  • Asbestos Deposits of Pietersburg District, 489
  • ASSOCIATIONS. INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES :
  • ASSOCIATION OF CONSULTING ENGINEERS :
  • AnnuaL Dinner, 115
  • ASSOCIATION, DIESEL ENGINE USERS' :
  • Secretarial Statement for 1927, 87
  • ASSOCIATION, MANCHESTER, OF ENGINEERS :
  • Influence of Metals on Workshop and
  • Design Problems, A. H. Goodjer, 412
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • Annual Dinner, 97
  • Annual Meeting, 97
  • Autumn Meeting in Spain, Arrangements, 97
  • Bessemer Gold Medal Award, 195
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • Concert Proceeds Given to Titanic Memorial Benevolent Fund, 299
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Annual Autumn Meeting in Liverpool, 532
  • Preliminary Programme, 532
  • Projected Meeting in America with American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical
  • Engineers, 585
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • Meeting to Start Scottish Section, 115, 129
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • Award of the Institution Medal, 440
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Awards for Papers, 532
  • Charter Centenary Celebration, 588
  • Association of London Students :
  • Forty-second Annual Dinner, 333
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • A.M.I.E.E. Examination in May, 223
  • Annual Dinner, 195
  • Award of Premiums, 585
  • Exchange of Greetings by Wireless Telephony with American Institution, 152
  • Faraday Medal Award, 115
  • Inspection of the Singapore Floating Dock, 420
  • Portrait of Past-President, Presentation, 103
  • Progress Reviews Obtainable from Secretary, 90
  • Summer Meeting in Norway Abandoned, 279
  • Summer Meeting in Scotland, 305; (Notice), 585
  • London Students' Section :
  • Annual Summer Meeting in Holland and
  • Western Germany, 674
  • North-Western Section :
  • Annual Dinner, 87
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING INSPECTION
  • Annual Dinner, 361
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS-IN-CHARGE :
  • Twenty-eighth Annual Dinner, 501
  • INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS :
  • Applications for Membership, 532
  • INSTITUTION. JUNIOR, OF ENGINEERS :
  • Air Compressors, Rating of, E. S. Huntingford, 293
  • Annual Dinner, 493
  • Calculating Apparatus and Diagrams for
  • Engineers, A. P. Morris, 445
  • Electro-chemical Deposition of Metals.
  • C. H. Faris, 253
  • Honorary Members' Lecture for the
  • Session, Professor H. P. Philpot, 183
  • Powdered Fuel Firing for Boilers, R. H.
  • Allen, 129
  • INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS (LONDON ) :
  • Proposed Inspection of Railway Works in
  • Cologne, Cassel and Berlin, 545
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Graduates' Conversazione, 169
  • Graduates' Annual Dinner, 364
  • North-Western Branch :
  • Ellesmere Port, Mersey Ironworks, Visited
  • by Members of North-Western Branch, 557
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY :
  • Annual Dinner, 529
  • Gold Medal Award to Sir Alfred Mond, 377
  • Inner Crystal Structure of Some Native
  • Metals, Professor W. H. Merrett, 489
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • Annual Dinner, 115
  • Annual Meetings, 115
  • Premium Awards, 223
  • Presidential Election, 253
  • INSTITUTION OF PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGISTS :
  • Fire in the Petroleum Industry, Causes, C.
  • Dailey, 243
  • Petroleum Drilling in Derbyshire Not a
  • Commercial Proposition, A. Wade, 405
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Meeting, Election of President, 179
  • Summer Meeting in London, 713
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL :
  • Annual Meeting, Report, Elections, &c., 501
  • Engine Knock and Related Problems, A. 0.
  • Egerton, 599
  • General Meetings and Elections, 265, 529, 643
  • Lectures Arranged, 195
  • INSTITUTION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, 361
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • Glasgow Section :
  • The Fuel Problem, Dr. C. H. Lander, 129
  • London Section :
  • Presentation to Honorary Secretary, 45
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS :
  • Election of Honorary Fellows, 646
  • SOCIETY, OPTICAL :
  • Annual General Meeting and Elections, 364
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AERONAUTICAL :
  • Grants for Promotion of Aeronautics, 19.
  • Meeting and Elections of President and
  • Vice-Presidents, 560
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF ARTS :
  • Competition of Industrial Designs, 56
  • Exhibition at Imperial Institute, 417
  • Atmospheric Nitrogen, Completion of New Plant
  • for Fixation of, in Japan, 129
  • Australia, Development of Numerous New
  • Works, 103
  • Australian Scientific and Industrial Research,
  • Research Station Projected, 129
  • Automatic Hydro-electric Plant, Alouette, for
  • the B.C. Electric Railway Company, 377
  • Automatic Telephone Manufacturing Company .
  • Annual Staff Dinner, 389
  • Automobile Parts and Accessories Manufactured in Canada, Considerable Increase, 45
  • Automobiles Manufactured in Canada, Statistics, 629
  • B
  • BAGHDAD Suburbs, Suggested New City, 489
  • Ball and Roller Bearings, Inquiry, 585
  • Beam from a Standard Lighthouse Lens,
  • Investigation into, W. H. Hampton. 239
  • Beet Sugar Factory in Bedfordshire, Scheme
  • Abandoned from Uncertainty as to Land, 211
  • Beet Sugar Factory Projected at Warrnambool.
  • Victoria, 349
  • Beet Sugar Factory to be Put up at Brigg,
  • Lincolnshire, 26, 267
  • Beira, Portuguese East Africa, Great Increase
  • in Port Traffic, 433
  • Blackboard Illumination, Useful Discovery, 573
  • Blow-down Tank Explosion, Essential Precautions, 545
  • Blowing-up of Steam-jacketed Boiling Pan,
  • Report, 433
  • Blue-print Paper Factory Started in Shanghai, 573
  • Boiler, Danger of Working without Adequate
  • Supervision, 321
  • Boiler Examinations by Manchester Steam
  • Users Association, Analysis of Explosions
  • in the United Kingdom, 377
  • Boiler, Locomotive, Explosion, Recent Official
  • Report., 377
  • Boiler Manhole Doors, \\Yarning as to Maintenance of, 15
  • Bolt, Flexible Form, American Cable Company, 545
  • Breeze and Clinker as Concrete Aggregates, 157
  • Brick Weathering and Water Absorption, 405
  • BRIDGES :
  • Aangerman River, Sweden, Proposed Bridge
  • Across, 250
  • Cauvery River Bridge to be Raised on
  • Account of Rising of Water Level, 489
  • Highway Bridge. Record Height. in U.S.A., 291
  • Howrah Bridge, India, Repairs Progress, 461
  • Hudson River Bridge Tenders, Widely
  • Different Estimates, 349
  • Nerbudda Bridge, India, Nearly Completed, 573
  • BRIDGES (continued) :
  • New Brunswick, Four New Steel Bridges, 629
  • Nigerian Railway, Projected Bridge 2584ft.
  • in Length. 183
  • Oldest Suspension Bridge in Great Britain
  • Washed Away, 239
  • Peking—Mukdon Railway, Bridge Proposed
  • at Newchang Station, 489
  • Ribble River, Proposal for Bridge Over the
  • Estuary, 157
  • Spalding. New Bridge Opened Over the
  • Welland, 129
  • Tees. Projected Bridge Over, at Newport. 157
  • Thames, New Bridge Over, between Windsor
  • and Datchot, 405
  • Transporter Bridge Across the River Yarra.
  • Proposed, 321
  • NVelland Ship Canal, Double Bascule Bridge
  • Over, Opened, 713 1Vhite Nile, New Bridge Over, Opened at
  • Khartoum, 75
  • BR1QUETTING Factory at. Yallourn, Victoria, New Plant for, 629
  • Brisbane. Locomotive Depot at Mayne Junction, 45
  • British Columbia Forests, Abundant Timber
  • Supply, 377
  • British Columbia Investigating 'Water Power
  • Possibilities between Vancouver and Prince
  • George. 377
  • British Columbia's Production of Lead and Zinc. 16
  • British Columbia, Projected Addition to Hydro-electric Light and Power Plant at Upper
  • Bennington Falls, 659
  • British Columbia Woods, Figures for Strength
  • Tests, 15
  • British Empire Scholarships, Loughborough
  • College, 609
  • British Market for South African Goods, 59
  • British Standard Specifications. Index to, 318
  • Broken Oil Engine Crank Shaft Repairs by
  • Welding, 137
  • Building Construction, New Monthly Publication to be Issued by H.M. Stationery
  • Office, 267
  • Building up Dykes of Rivers, Providing Necessary Material, 433
  • " Building Science Abstracts," 226, 461
  • Building in Stone. Metal and Concrete, Booklet
  • on, 321
  • Burmeister and Wain Marine Oil Engine,
  • Booklets, 333
  • C
  • CABLEWAY Up the Side of 'fable Mountain.
  • Progress of Construction Work, 129
  • Cadmium, Application as a Rust Protector, 211
  • Cadmium, Electrolytic Production of, at Trail,
  • British Columbia, 405
  • Cambridge Engineering Students to Make
  • Round Trips to New York and Back to Gain
  • Practical Experience. 713
  • Canada and Chicago, Mutual Interests in
  • Power Scheme, 433
  • Canada's Increased Mineral Output, 405
  • Canadian Exports of Non-ferrous Ores. excluding Gold. Statistics of Amount and
  • Value, 211
  • Canadian Good Trade with Chile, 461
  • Canadian Government Asks Parliament for
  • Permission to Establish Canadian Bureau of
  • Standards for Testing Electrical Equipment
  • and Appliances. 377
  • Canadian Increased Exports of Aluminium, 211
  • Carbon Dioxide for Fighting Mine Fires, 517
  • Carboniferous Strata, Shallow, Discovered in
  • Seville Province of Spain, 377
  • Cartagena, Port of. Caribbean Coast, Important
  • Improvement Works. 183
  • Cassiterite, Magnetic, Federated Malay States
  • Discovery. 183
  • Catalysts for Production of Sulphuric Acid, 405
  • Cathode Ray Oscillograph. Its Use in Certain
  • Measurements, 573
  • Cathode Ray Tube, Dr. Coolidge's Research
  • Results, 573
  • Cement, Special, Record Rapidity in Effective
  • Use for Construction, 629
  • Cement Works at Linchow. China, 321
  • Chilean Roads Construction Scheme, 442
  • China to Manufacture Agricultural Implements
  • in Competition with Imported Goods. 239
  • Chinese Building Terms Written in English. 183
  • Chinese Patent Law, 433
  • Chromium Characteristics, S. H. Bailey, 713
  • Chromium Mines, British Columbia, Development of, 177
  • Chromium and its Properties. 75
  • COAL. COKE AND COLLIERIES :
  • lIergius Procc:--s for Coal Trent ment. Experimental Plant for, Starting in the Transvaal, 157
  • Bituminous Coal, High-grade, Discovery of
  • Two Seams near Springhill, Nova Scotia, 713
  • Bituminous Coal, International Conference. 115
  • Bituminous Coal, Second Intermitional Conference. 599
  • Borehole to be Put Down at Axholme, Lincolnshire, for South Hetton Coal Company, 157
  • British Columbia Coal. Attempt to Stimulate
  • its Use Instead of Imported Oil, 129
  • Brown Coal Carbonisation and Brown Coal
  • Briquettes, Results of Experiments in
  • Victoria, 349
  • Chilean Coal-owning Company, Government
  • Concession, 545
  • Coal Deposits and Manganese Ore Discovered
  • in Persia, 659
  • Coal Distillation in Chile, First Meeting of
  • Committee, 713
  • Coal Export Trade in the United States.
  • Government Aid Sought for Development. 349
  • Coal Formation from Peat, Study of Peat
  • Samples in America, 293
  • Coal Mine Accidents Due to Noise of Conveyor, 659
  • Coal Mines Act, Order for Use of Fire-damp
  • Alarm Lamp " Ringrose," 377
  • Coal Seam Discovery in Saskatchewan to be
  • Worked from the Surface, 15
  • COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES (continued):
  • Coal Seam, New, Struck at Brynna Wood
  • Colliery, 157
  • Coal Staithes, Large Now, at Blythe, 405
  • Coal Staithes Renovated After Thirty-six
  • Years' Service, 75
  • Coal Wagon, Now Type, in Germany, 372
  • Coke Oven Gas for Production of Synthetic
  • Nitrate to be Used for Fertilisers, 485
  • Coking Plant, First Subsidised by New Act,
  • to be Erected in Halifax, Nova Scotia, 211
  • Collieries Near Coventry to be Closed Because
  • of Water Ingress, 75
  • Distillation of Coal and Working Up of Coal
  • Byproducts by New Company in Rome, 461
  • Explosives in Mines, Safe Use of, 157
  • Exports of Coal for April, Comparison with, 1927. 599
  • Fire-damp in Mines, Practical Method of
  • Testing for, 157
  • Fuel Research Board Report Extensive Coal
  • Resources, 211
  • Fushun Coal Mine Flooded, Reported Heavy
  • Fatalities, 468
  • Fushun Collieries, Mining of Coal Seams to the
  • West of, 15
  • .Java, Coal Deposits and Roadway Extension. 668
  • Lightning on Electrical Circuits in a Mine,
  • Need of Protection, 103, 157
  • Low-temperature Coal Carbonisation Plant
  • to be Put Up Near Doncaster, 75
  • Manchuria. Heiho, Coal Deposit Discovery in, 461
  • lat,nchttrict, Tungshan District, Discovery and
  • Projected Exploitation of Coal Mines. 157
  • New South %Vales, Decreased Production of
  • Coal in Last Four Years. 377
  • Position of Coal Mining Industry During
  • First Quarter of 1928, 599
  • Shaft Sinking at Seaham Harbour, 75
  • Solid Smokeless Fuel as Substitute for Coal, 713
  • Spitzbergen Coal, Norwegian State Railways
  • Purchase of, 713
  • Tasmania Coal Mine, Unique Offer of Owners
  • to Miners, 157
  • Tests on Brown Coal Mined in New Zealand, 517
  • Timber Seam at Hook Colliery Provides Good
  • Anthracite, 45
  • Tipton District Mines, Further Rise of Water, 157
  • Trial Borings for Coal in Isle of Axho
  • Lincs., 15
  • Urals, Reported Coal Seam Discovery 15
  • COLD-WORKED Material and Internal
  • Stresses. Research Work in Plbgress, R. M.
  • Brown, 713
  • Commercial Motor Users Association, 361
  • Concrete Houses, Increased Erection of in this
  • Country, 183
  • Concrete Pipe, 2 Miles of, Ordered for Southampton Docks Extension Scheme, 267
  • Concrete, Reinforced, Pipes, Pretoria Company Formed for Manufacture, 517
  • Concrete Road Experiments in India, 349
  • Concrete, Use of Diatomaceous Earth in Admixture with, 573
  • Concrete Walls for Thames Flood Protection, 239
  • Connecting-rod Breakage, Record Rapidity in
  • Effecting Repairs, 517
  • Constructional Requirements Compared with
  • other Factors in House Building, 433
  • Conveyor Worms Formed with Oxy-acetylene
  • Blow-pipe, 239
  • Coopers Hill War Memorial Prize and Medal. 279
  • Copper Deposits in New Brunswick, Mining
  • Operations, 545
  • Copper Deposits on the Rhodesia-Congo
  • Borderland. 157
  • Copper. Lead and Zinc in United States, Last
  • Year's Production of, 157
  • Cornish Societies Joining to Invite Institute of
  • Mining and Metallurgy to Hold Meeting, 15
  • Cornish Tin Mining Prospects, Superintendent's
  • Opinion. 53
  • Cotton Fabric for Use in Highway Construction, 293
  • cotton Mill at Wusih, China, Addit instal Looms
  • for Equipment, 489
  • Cotton Mills, Investigations by the Industrial
  • Research Board, 45
  • Cranes, Portal, Two Electrically Operated.
  • Tenders Invited, 663
  • Crozier Retort. Test at. Wembley, 489
  • D
  • DAM Projected Near Butte. Montana. 713
  • Dams, Thin-arched. Special Form of Overflow
  • Lip to Protect Foundations, 267
  • Death of Mr. W. S. Haggas, 191
  • Death of Mr. George Eliot Phillips, 183
  • Designs and Trade Mark Registries, New Premises for, 489
  • Diamond Discovery in Tanganyika Territory, 129
  • Diamond Mine Discovery in Tanganyika Territory, 461
  • Diatomaceous Earth, World's Production of, 599
  • Diesel Generating Plant in Shanghai, Reputed
  • Record Size, 293
  • Dissolved Gases from Water. Apparatus for
  • Removing, New Type, 267
  • Dock, Deep-water. for the Tees, Scheme Under
  • Consideration, 15
  • Draining Land in Greece. Government Call for
  • Tenders. 238
  • Dredger " Cyclone " Discharge Pipe Line Said
  • to Create a Record, 687
  • Dredging Channel of a Chile River, Tenders to
  • be Invited, 709
  • Driverless Motor Car with 430 Miles Per Hour
  • Speed, 433
  • Drowning of Three Men, Explanation of Cause, 75
  • Dry Dock at Esquimalt, British Columbia, 211
  • Dry Rot, Wood Oil for Killing, 75
  • Dudley. New Site for Proposed Technical
  • College, 138
  • Dyeing Timber as it Grows, German Process, 293
  • E
  • EDUCATION of Boys Working in Rolling Mills
  • in Birmingham, Manufacturers' Scheme. 103
  • Earth Dam in South Carolina, Partial Failure, 687
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS :
  • Arc Welding Cheaper than Riveting. 405
  • Arc Welding Machine with Two Heads, 45
  • Artificial Lightning of 3.600,000 Volts,
  • Highest Ever Obtained, 377
  • Buluwayo New Power Station, Growth of
  • Load, 128
  • Brush Arc Light Generator. Setni-centennial
  • of Dynamo Tests, 321
  • Canada, Electrical Prospecting by Radiore
  • Process, 321
  • Canadian Central Electric Station Industry
  • Report, 461
  • Cape Town Power Plant. Increase in Thermal
  • Efficiency, 461
  • Cauvery River Falls to be Used for Generation of Electric Power by Government of
  • Mysore. 75
  • congella, Natal, New Power Station's Progress. 129
  • Ear Tests, Accurate Electrical Instruments
  • for. 659
  • Electric Arc Welding, Advancement in the
  • Art. Three Prizes Given in World-wide
  • Competition Papers, 687
  • Electric-cooked Unattended-to Dinner, 695
  • Electrical Energy Storage in the Ruhr, 157
  • Electric Energy, Total Sales of, from Shanghai
  • Municipal Department in 1927, 573
  • Electric Lighting Schemes for State of
  • Hyderabad, 267
  • Electric Power Plant to Serve Area of 10,000
  • Square Miles for Estevan, Saskatchewan, 75
  • Electric Supply Contract for South of Perth, 103
  • Electricity Commissioners' Review of Regulations for Securing Public Safety. 103
  • Electricity Supply Commission of South
  • Africa, Proposed Transmission Changes, 489
  • Everything Electrical, Catalogue, General
  • Electric Company, 282
  • Experiments, Electrical. Between Two Mountain Peaks in Switzerland, 659
  • Farms. Experimental Electrical. to be
  • Started in Manitoba, 349
  • Finland, New Power Station and Progress of
  • Electrification, 545
  • t;as or Dust Ignitions by Electricity and
  • Increased Explosions in Coal Mines, 687
  • Gatineau Power Company's Additional
  • Supply by New Lake, 461
  • Gatineau Power Company to Begin Deliveries
  • of Electric Power, Details of, Terms, 713
  • Generating Sets for Johannesburg Corporation, 293
  • Hams Hall Power Station, 90
  • High Power Short-wave Valve, New Type.
  • Spectacular Results from Experiments, 377
  • Linking-up of Several Generating Stations
  • Saved the Situation during Floods, 45
  • Liverpool, First Great Generating. Station
  • Under the New Act, Reported Decision. 573
  • London Electricity Supply Companies,
  • Certain Changes, 15
  • New South Wales to Supply Electricity to
  • the Federal Territory, 489
  • N ew Zealand Calling for Tenders for Switch-gear and Steel Work for Arapuni Power
  • Scheme, 537
  • New Zealand's Increased Use of Electricity, 545
  • Port Elizabeth, 20,000-Volt Cable being Laid
  • There, 489
  • Power Plant's Coal Consumption, Projected
  • Change of Plant to Save £500 a Year, 489
  • Power Plant, Large, to be Constructed on a
  • Saskatchewan Coalfield. 573
  • Power Station at Yallourn, Australia, Record
  • Kilowatt Output. 405
  • Pretoria Orders 75010-kW Turbo-alternator, 267
  • Rural Transmission Line. lo5o \I114-s.Iii
  • Ontario, 321
  • Shanghai Electricity Deplin Illtillt Report 1329
  • Shanghai Electricity Saks aril Chinese C21
  • ployed, 489, 599
  • 'ingapore New Power Station, 32 I
  • swath Africa Electricity Cominis-,ifin
  • pared to Advise Alatilifacturi•i• 1l t„
  • Prospects in South Africa, 15
  • Step-dowii Transformer Station. 2211.1)011.
  • Volt. First in Canada., 545
  • it, long Gear and Explosion Risk in Mines. 157
  • Sydney. Demand for Eleetricity Ittereasinv„ 328
  • Synchronising of Alternating (*Intent Generators, 659
  • s‘ miltronous Motors in Steel Works,
  • ri.easing Number Installed, 629
  • Tower, New Form of, for Electric Trans.
  • mission Lines, 687
  • Turbo-generator Set, 60,000-kW, for Buffalo
  • General Electric Company, 517
  • Turbo • generators. Two Double - cylinder 25,000-kW, Ordered by Leeds Corporation. 467
  • Underground Cables and Overhead Lines
  • for Eastern Counties' Supply, Contract
  • Awarded, 267 1Vitter Wheel Repair by Electric A rt
  • Welding, 321
  • 'Winnipeg Electric Company's Supply Cant ract, 433
  • Wit bank, S. Africa. Success of Great Power
  • station Fourth Generating Set Installed, 573
  • World's Consumption of Electric Lamps,
  • Britain's Small Proportion. 103
  • Yallourn. Australia. Electricity Plant Extension, 471, 687
  • ELEVATORS and Termini, Extension of Such
  • Facilities in Western Canada, 45
  • Emerald Crystals of Large Size in the Transvaal. 157
  • Emperor Caligula's Barges, Projected Attempt
  • to Raise One After 1900 Years at Bottom
  • of Lake Nemi, near Rome. 45
  • Employees, Forty-two, with same Firm for
  • Over Fifty Years, 545
  • Engine Breakdown with Unusual Features, 129
  • Engineering Council for London and District
  • Area, 103
  • English River. Canada. Power Possibilities of, 210
  • Estimate of Possible Wind Velocities as High
  • as 500 Miles per Hour, G. W. Picksen, 15
  • Ethyl Petrol. Government Inquiry into Distribution of, 267
  • Ethyl Petrol Investigation of Poison Hazard. 203
  • Ex-British Westinghouse Association, Tenth
  • Annual Reunion. 279
  • Excavators, Electrically Driven, Messrs. Ransome and Rapier's Combination, 333
  • Exe Estuary Tidal Waters, Question of Obtaining Electrical Power from, 129
  • EXHIBITIONS :
  • Commercial Exhibition, Pekin, 321
  • Imperial Institute, Exhibition of Royal
  • Society of Arts Designs Competition, 417
  • ndustrial Electric Heating Exhibition in
  • East London, 118
  • International Exhibition in Paris of Light,
  • and Lighting, 349
  • Machine Tool Exhibition, 118
  • Manchester Colliery and General Mining
  • Exhibition, 629
  • Overseas Empire Timbers in Industry.
  • Exhibition at Imperial Institute. 103, 157
  • Permanent Fuel Economy Exhibition. 674
  • Polish National Exhibition. 115
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Prize List for
  • Nottingham Show, 321
  • EXPLOSION of 1 fin. Gun-metal Stop Valve, 239
  • Explosion. Disastrous, in Aluminium Powder
  • Factory. 517
  • Explosion of Hydrogen Cylinder in Dutch
  • Factory. 239
  • Explosion of Steam Wagon Boiler, Severe
  • Comments. 433
  • Explosives Plant to be Put up Near Winnipeg. 657
  • Explosives, Report of H.M. Inspectors of, 629
  • Explosives. Restrictions of Sale, 396
  • Exports, Machinery. Motor Cars, Ships and
  • Locomotives, Comparisons with 1927, 598
  • Extrusion Proeess, J. E. Newson, 75
  • F
  • FACTORY Beam Engine, 100 Years Old, and
  • Still Going Strong. 15
  • Factory for Production of Methyl and Ethyl
  • Alcohols, 44
  • Faraday House Entrance Scholarships and
  • Exhibitions, Awards, 417
  • Fertilisers Produced by Use of Coke Oven Gat4. 485
  • Field House. New. for University of Minnesota, 517
  • Files for Cutting Soft Metals. Advantages of
  • Plating with Chromium, 713
  • Finsbury Technical College Old Students'
  • Association, Sixteenth Annual Dinner, 302
  • First Steam Engine to Cross the Orange River,
  • Effect on the Bystanders, 157
  • Flamo in Complex Mixtures, Propagation of.
  • and Results of Study, 545
  • Flexible Couplings, Small. 364
  • Floating Dry Dock for Buenos Aires, 293
  • Floating Factory, Largest in the World, for
  • Newfoundland Fisheries, 713
  • Florence Public Improvement Loan, 239
  • Fuel Economy Section at the Colliery and
  • General Mining Exhibition, 713
  • Furnace. German Type, Great Improvement on
  • Muffle Furnace, 629
  • t;ANt;WA Sawdust as Valuable Source of
  • Alcohol in Bengal, 349
  • Gas Engine, 5000-kW, The Third, for Stavoley
  • Coal and Iron Company, 75
  • Gas Generating Plant for Thornelitf ('oal Distillation, Ltd., 183
  • Gasholder Explosion, Discovery of Cause, 75
  • this Manufacture in Shanghai. 461
  • Gas, Natural, of Oil Wells in Texas. Proposal to
  • Extract Helium Gas from the Natural, 489
  • Gas and Oil Production Increase in Western
  • Fields of Canada. 211
  • Gas from the Ruhr Coal Basin, 489
  • Gaseous Bearings for Small Motors. 267
  • Gasworks at Warsaw, Manchester Contract for
  • Erection, 220
  • Generating Plant of Tramway Company Driven
  • by Sulzer-Diesel Engines. 545
  • Geological Investigation Bureau in China, 15
  • Geologist's Estimate of Hematite and Other
  • Deposits in Certain Districts of South
  • Australia, 239
  • Geophysical Methods of Prospecting for Mineral
  • Deposits, 183
  • German Firm's Offer for Building Steel Houses, 433
  • " Glider Slide Ride, John Da v is and Son (Derby), Ltd., 392
  • Gold Dredger. Very Large. 75
  • Gold Mine, The Wanderer. Rhodesia. to be
  • Reorganised and Equipped. 573
  • Gold Mines and Dust Production by Machine
  • Drilling, 157
  • Gold Ore Mining at Depth of 7300ft. in the
  • Transvaal, 713
  • Gold from Rand and Transvaal Mines, Records
  • Exceeded, 573
  • Grain Drying by Electric Power, Promising
  • Attempts by H. Edholm, 211
  • Grain Elevator for Collingwood. Ontario, 293
  • Grain Elevator, Large, for Toronto, 489
  • Grain Elevator for New Westminster, B.C., 15
  • Graphiting Moulds for Castings. Improved
  • Method, 239
  • Grease or Oil Removal from Motor Vehicle
  • Parts, 713
  • Great Lakes Shores, Seventy Harbours on, 461
  • JUTE and Hemp Spinning and Weaving Mill. 696
  • K
  • KIER, Fatal Explosion and Warning Against
  • Casual Application of, 321
  • Kwantung Government to Establish Soda Ash
  • Factory in Manchuria, 405
  • Kwantung Government's Projected Large
  • Reservoir, 405
  • L
  • LABORATORY Flotation Tests on High-silica Bauxites, 461
  • Lapis Lazuli, Analyses of Babylonian Artificial, 211
  • Lead Mine near Matlock, First Stoppage of
  • Production in Seventy Years, 293
  • Levelling Rod, New Form of, Manufacture, 321
  • Liao River, Conservancy Project for Improvement, 75
  • Lightning on Electrical Circuits in a Mine.
  • Protection Needed, 103
  • Lignite, Successful Experiments on, by American Corporation, 433
  • Lithopone, Factory for Production of, in
  • Ontario, 157
  • Liverpool Students to Sail in Liners to Gain
  • Marine Engine and Boiler Experience, 859
  • London Association of Foremen Engineers,
  • Sir Philip Dawson's Views Regarding the
  • Electrical Industry. 349
  • London and District Engineering Council, 239
  • Looms, Cloth Weaving. -Manufacture Begun in
  • the Soviet Union, 349
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, C. Turner, 211
  • Low-temperature Distillation, Plant Put to
  • Work for. Under Vacuum of Lignite. 377
  • M
  • MACHINE Tool Trades' Association, Annual
  • Dinner, 333
  • Machine Tools of Historical Interest to bo
  • Exhibited at Olympia. 267
  • Magnesite Production in India, Record Total
  • in 1926. 267
  • Manitoba, Provincial Hydroelectric Commission for, 239
  • Marine Construction Progress, Exhibits in
  • Illustration of, at South Kensington. 293
  • Mast. Tallest, Plying into New York, 15
  • Mechanised Transport for Army. Technical
  • Sub-committee Appointed. 433
  • Melbourne, Noise of Electric Trams, Causes of, 713
  • Methane Ignition by Heated Surfaces, Study
  • of Subject in Progress, 405
  • Methyl Alcohol of High Purity, Result of
  • Investigation into Preparation of. 405
  • Mill for Rolling Black Sheets in Japan, 267
  • Mine Air, Carbon Monoxide and Use of Detector, 321, 433
  • Mine Machinery Precaution, Safety Pamphlet,
  • No. 5, Issued, 573
  • Mining Department, North Staffordshire Technical College, Extension of, 45
  • Mining Enterprises in Province of Chihli, China,
  • Protection and Development., 489
  • Mining Industry, Extensive Use of Electrical
  • Prospecting, 713
  • Mississippi River Flood Control, Estimate of
  • Cost of, 15
  • Montreal Company Wanting Authority to
  • Develop Power from St. Lawrence Rapids, 75
  • Montreal, Projected Tunnel Under the Lachine
  • Canal to Link Up Outlying Municipalities. 573
  • Montreal's Projected New Postal Terminus, 103
  • Motor Cars and Cycles, Microscopic Examination of Parts that have Failed, 713
  • Motor Cars, Passenger, in Ontario, Steady
  • Increase, 211
  • Motor Coach Services in the Alps. Italy, Switzerland and France, 405
  • Motor Cycle Silencing Scheme. Enicieney Test
  • by Panel of Engineers, 157
  • Motor Vehicle Annual Endurance Test from
  • Tunis to Tripoli. 405
  • Motor Vehicle in South Africa, Proposed
  • Legislation for Taxation. 15
  • Motor Vehicles, All Kinds, Three Months'
  • Register in this Country over 60,0110,.545
  • Murray River Water, Cost Increase from
  • £4,000,000 to L14,000,000, 438
  • N
  • NATIONAL Research Council of Canada. New
  • President, 545
  • Native Labour for Transvaal Mines, 147
  • Newchwang Harbour Facilities Extension, 545
  • Newcomen, Thomas, Bi-centenary of his Death
  • to be Observed Next Year. 15
  • New South Wales, Clarence River Head Waters
  • Control Scheme. 433
  • Newsprint Machine, Another, Expected to
  • Prove Largest in the World. 687
  • Newsprint Mill's Horse-power Requirements in
  • Nova Scotia, 405
  • Newton, Sir Isaac, Inscription to Him on New
  • Library, 629
  • New Zealand Machinery Requirements, 248
  • Niagara Falls Company's Right to Use all
  • Treaty Water at the Falls, 687
  • Nitrate, Synthetic, Produced in the Ruhr by
  • Coke Oven Gas. 485
  • Nitrogen Consumption of the World Increasing. 405
  • Nitrogen Fixation Factory at Limburg, 545
  • Nitrogen Fixation Factory in Putsch Closed
  • Down, 267
  • North Shields, Now Riverside Quay and Shed, 629
  • 0
  • OBSERVATORY, Large, Projected for Kwan-Lung, 293
  • Obstacles to Catch Driftwood and Debris, 687
  • Ochre Deposits near Avoca, County Wicklow,
  • Company Formed to Develop, 15
  • 0g,uchigawa Station, Equipment for, 125
  • Oil Distillation from Coal, Projected Plants to
  • be Put Up in Australia, 267
  • Oil Feeder, Substantial Type, 473
  • Oilfields of Sinking Province, China, Projected
  • Investiption of, 157
  • Oil Supplies and Coal Industry, Suggestions for
  • Improved Marketing and Treatment of Coal, 211
  • Oil Wells Production in Turner Valley of
  • Alberta, 75
  • Old Contraliar3, Annual Dinner, 279
  • Ontario Government Grant to Queen's Uni•
  • vereity, 713
  • Ontario Hydro-oloctric Power Commission, the
  • Largest Power Enterprise Operated under
  • Public Ownership, 377
  • Ore Shifting by Ingenious Method, 489
  • Orwell Works, Ipswich, Presentation at. 144
  • Oxygen Jot Cutting. 333; (Letter), 598
  • P
  • PAINTING by Hand and by Air spray, Experiment in Comparative Cost. 239
  • Paper-making Machine Ordered. Said to be the
  • Largest in Exititence. 129
  • Paper-making Machine's Record Run, Port
  • Arthur, Ontario, .545
  • Paper Mill Expected to Prove Lamest in the
  • World. British Columbia, 15
  • Paper Mill at Shanghai Utilising Roods from
  • the River Bank, 489
  • Paper Pulp Mill with Capacity of 120 Tort4
  • Day, 183
  • Paranagua. Seaport in State of Parana, Con
  • structional Improvements. 525
  • Passamaquoddy Bay Hydro•electrie Tidal
  • Power Development, 15, 517, 548, 634
  • Post Congress, First International, at Leon,
  • France. 573
  • Pekin's Asphalted Streets Necessitate Now Cart
  • M'hoels. 321
  • Petrol, When Safety is Reached, 75
  • Petroleum Production in 1927, (thief Supply
  • from the United States, 489
  • Phosphate Rock. Plant for Concentration by
  • Flotation Process. South Africa, 573
  • Photographs of Extensive Territory in Canada,
  • Oblique and Vertical. 129
  • Pitchblende in Ontario. Company Formed to
  • Mine, 573
  • Plumbago Exports from Ceylon, 573
  • Poland's Economic Life. Prosperity of, 599
  • Port of London Authority's Reduction in Rates
  • on Exports, 405
  • Port Stephens. Now South Wales. Projected
  • Development of, 687
  • Potash, Commercial, 95 per Cont. of World
  • Production Derived from Deposits of France
  • and Germany, 211
  • Power Alcohol from Gangwa Sawdust, 183
  • Power Development Project on flack River
  • Montreal, 267
  • Power Development on the St. Lawrence,
  • Agreement Between Quebec Provincial
  • Government and Company, 554
  • Printer's Ink from SulpluW Lye, 267
  • Propellant Powders and High Explosives in
  • Groat. Britain, 129
  • Pulp Mill, Mechanical, Projected for Now Brunswick, 211
  • Pulverised Fuel Firing, Economic Aspect of.
  • E. G. Ritchie, 239
  • Pulverised Fuel Plant Extension at Electririt y
  • Work on the Tees at Billingham, 239
  • R
  • RADIUM Radiation. Artificial, Important
  • Step Towards Production of, 211
  • Radium Recovery from Low-grade Carnotite
  • Ores, New Process for, 405
  • RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS
  • Accidents :
  • Accidents on New York Interbormigh
  • Railway, 405
  • Bearsted and Sovenoake Derailments,
  • Reports by Colonel Mount and Sir John
  • Pringle, 157
  • Catenary Wires Danger, 659
  • Cofton Tunnel Opening Out, Fatal Accident
  • to Workmen Engaged, 545; Verdict of
  • Coroner's Jury, 620
  • Collisions Duo to Fog. Need of Automatic
  • Train Control. 103
  • Conductor Rail Displacement Causes
  • Flames Outburst at Three Far Apart.
  • Stations, 75
  • Darlington Station. Serious Railway Collision, 713
  • Derailment Due to Broken Carriage Axle,
  • Extremely Low Percentage of Such
  • Accidents, 545
  • Derailment of Express near Clitheroo, 239
  • Derailment and One Fatality. L.M. and S.
  • Railway, 659; Inquiry and Verdict , 687
  • Derailment Outside Glasgow Central
  • Station, Colonel Trench's Report, 599
  • Disastrous Derailment, Supposed Wilful,
  • on Burmese Railways, 129
  • Euston Collision Inquiry. 517
  • Fatal Collision with Engine on Turntable, 713
  • Fatal Derailment of German Express, 659
  • Fatal Derailment of Johannesburg-Car
  • Town Mail Train, 517
  • Fog Collisions, Sir J. Pringle's Reports, 293
  • Inquiries into Accident Causes, Analysis. 461
  • Inquiry into Collision at Derby, Coupling
  • Hooks Question. 129
  • Janua9ry us a Month for Railway Mishaps, 12
  • RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continual):
  • Accidents (continued )
  • Last Year's Fatal Accident., to Passengers, 433
  • Look-out Man. Armlet and Badge; Fatal
  • Accident. 183
  • Railway Servants, Inquiries into More
  • Serious Accidents. 405. 599
  • Report on Ware Collision. 348
  • Returns of Accidents and Casualties on
  • Railways, 599
  • Snowstorm at Christmas and its Consequences. 545
  • Account Keeping Differences on British and
  • American Railways, 573
  • Agra and Karachi. Question of Broad-gauge
  • Connection. 183
  • America to Build Railway for Turkish
  • Government, 293
  • American Steam Railways' Consumption of
  • Wood Sleepers, 433
  • Ancona, Projected Improvement Works, 239
  • Appointments and Staff Changes, 15, 75, 211. 239, 293, 321, 349. 405. 433. 489, 517, 526. 599. 629
  • Automatic Train Control in the U.S.A., 183
  • Bills Seeking Powers for Railways to Own
  • and Use Road Vehicles. 15. 321
  • Bombay,. Baroda, and Central India Railway.
  • Electrified Section Opened. 75
  • Brako Question. Vacuum to Supersede the
  • Westinghouse, 211
  • Brazil. Electrification of the Pitulista Railway Company's Lines. 183
  • Bridges Replacing Various Level Crossings. 321
  • Bridges. Statutory, Over Railways and
  • Canals. 211
  • British Columbia Electric Railway Cornparty. Extensive Operations, 629
  • Buenos Aires Rejects tho Proposal for an
  • Underground Railway. 45
  • Canadian National Railways, New Central
  • Terminus at Montreal, 15
  • Canadian National Railways' Report. 321
  • Canadian National Railway System. Improvements Require Increased Funds, 433
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, New Locomotivos, 659
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Report, 377
  • Canadian Railways, Now High Records in
  • Gross Revenues in 1927, 545
  • Charing Cross Station Transfer, Divided
  • Opinion, 517
  • Chicago and North-Western Railway, Automatic Control. 239
  • Chinese Eastern Railway, Accumulation
  • of Agricultural Produce, 293
  • Colombia, South America, Order for Now
  • Railway Building Given to Canada. 599
  • Cork City Railways, Difficulties and
  • Divided Opinions. 15
  • Death of Mr. A. Rosling Bennett. 599
  • Death of Mr. William John Graham, 461
  • Death of Mr. R. J. S. Ittsell. 377
  • Death of Mr. William Pickersgill, 517
  • Diesel-electric Service for Branch Lines,
  • Economy of, 517
  • Dinajpur•Ruhea Extension of the Eastern
  • Bengal Railway, 271
  • Dividends of Various Railways, 211
  • Dublin and Kingston Trains and Railway,
  • Rivalry Followed by Agreement, 489
  • Earl Haig.), Funeral, Railway Route
  • Chosen, 157
  • Electrification Proposals for Certain Indian
  • Suburban and Other Lines, 517
  • First Full-gauge Electrical Railway, Corrected Misstatement, 377
  • First and Third-class Bookings on the Principal Railways, 489
  • Fish Traffic at Fleetwood, Additional
  • Accommodation for, 687
  • Flying Junction Proposed for Now Road
  • from the Strand. 599
  • French Trains Summer Service, Fast Runs. 713
  • Gauge Conversion Proposals in Africa. 489
  • General Strike, Reduced Payment Made
  • to Railways for Carriage of Parcel
  • Mails, 405
  • Great Western Railway :
  • Anti-friction Clips for Point Switches, 157
  • Clocks, Electrically Controlled. 157
  • Long-distance Engine Workings on Various
  • Journeys of the Line. 433
  • Plymouth to Penzance, Single Track Conversion to Double Line, 629
  • Star Class Engines Re-named. 157
  • Stationery Supplied to Stations and Offices,
  • in 1927, 156
  • Swansea Dock Bill Passed. 461
  • Time-keeping on the G.W.R., a Month's
  • Record, 433
  • Grouping and Pro-grouping Accident Statistics, 687
  • Grouping of Railways in Great Britain and
  • the United States. 659
  • Hammersmith and City Railway, Automatic
  • Signals to be Installed, 629
  • Hudson Bay Railway Terminus, Talk of
  • Change, 103
  • Indian Government Purchase of Peninsula
  • Locomotive Works, 239
  • Indian Railway Board Report. 377
  • Indian Railway Board Report. Increased Use
  • of Vacuum Brake on Goods Wagons
  • Recommended. 629
  • 'Indian Railway Orders Placed with Foreign
  • Firms, Discussion in the House of Commom". 713 •
  • Indian Railways and Fuel Economy, 573
  • Institutes and Associations. Railway—are
  • Associations
  • International Railway Congress in Madrid in 1930, 45
  • Irak Railway System, Report and Recommendations, 75
  • Irish Wages Board Decision as to Reductions, 45. 401
  • Kenya-Uganda Frontier, Railway Extension
  • to Lake Victoria. 45
  • Labour Party's Differing Views as to Railway
  • Victimisation, 348
  • Level Crossings on United States Railways, 129
  • RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued):
  • Light and Standard Railways. Benefits of
  • Re-classificntion. 239
  • London Electric Railway :
  • Co-operation with Tramways. 211
  • Morden Extension, Success of Garage at
  • Mordent 102
  • London Railway Companies. Meeting with
  • Traffic Advisory Committee, 183
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway :
  • Automatic Signalling and Additional
  • Trains, 103
  • Belfast Steamship Services to be Transferred from Fleetwood to Heysham, 15. 179, 330, 461
  • Capital Expenditure in 1927 and 1928. 348
  • Containers for Conveying Consignments in
  • Bulk, 45 (Letter), 70
  • Crewe to Perth Non-stop Run Proposed. 321
  • Crewe Works. Modernisation of. 239
  • Free State and L.M. and S. Railway.
  • Luncheon. Arrangements for Transport
  • of Perishable Goods, 659
  • Heysham Adoption as Principal Port of
  • the Railway. Application by Corporation
  • of Morecambe, 489
  • Increase in Mileage Run, but Much Greater
  • Reduction in Engine Hours, 433
  • Locomotives Colour Scheme Revised. 517
  • Names of Famous Regiments to be Given
  • to Twenty-five New Express Engines, 103
  • Names of Well-known Locomotives of
  • Early Days of Railways to be Given to
  • Next Twenty-five Engines. 405
  • Non-stop Runs to Edinburgh and Glasgow, 489
  • Powers Sought for Change of Line on
  • Northern Counties (Ireland) Railway. 15
  • Rolling Stock " Betterment " and its Cost. 461
  • Royal Scot Engine, Expectations Exceeded, 239
  • Royal Scot's Numerous Visitors with
  • Resultant Benefit to Charity. 103, 239
  • Tilbury and Southend and other Sections
  • of tile L.M. and S. Railway, Delayed
  • Negot iat ions. 713
  • Wire Working for Points and Signals. 211, 461
  • London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • Containers for Conveying Consignments in
  • Bulk, 45
  • East Coast Improved Service to and from
  • Edinburgh, 461
  • Expenditure on Certain Works in 1927 and
  • Proposed Similar Allocations in the
  • Current Year, 489
  • Frodingham Improved Passenger Station, 321
  • Harwich-Antwerp Steamboat Service. Installation of Electric Orchestra. 405
  • Order for Twin-screw Geared Turbine
  • Steamer for Harwich-Hook of Holland
  • Route, 461
  • Punctuality Records on the London and
  • N.E. Railway. 629
  • Steam Rail Cars Named After Famous
  • Stage Coaches, 377
  • Walton-on-the-Naze Branch Imperilled
  • by Coast Erosion, Diversion of Line, 15
  • Tender Derailment of L. and N.E. Express, 687
  • Lying-down Accommodation in Third-class
  • Compartments on Long-distance Trains, 239.. 293
  • Manganese Steel for Crossings. 129
  • Mersey Railway Progress since Exchanging
  • Steam for Electric Traction, 377
  • Metropolitan Railway :
  • Metropolitan District Stations Modernised, 45
  • Metropolitan and Metropolitan District
  • Railways, 239
  • Metropolitan Railway Locomotive's Name. 75
  • Ministry of Transport :
  • Automatic Train Control Committee of 1922. Committee Appointed to Review
  • Recommendations then Made. 75
  • Electrification of Railways Committee of 1921. Committee Appointed to Review
  • Recommendations then Made, 75
  • Live Rail Protection, Question to Minister
  • of Transport. 629
  • Railway Statistics for October. 1927. 103
  • Railway Statistics for December, 1927, 349
  • Railway Statistics for January, 1928, 573
  • Railway Statistics for February. 1928, 599
  • Railway Statistics for March. 1928, 687
  • National Federation of Fruit and Potato
  • Trades' Association Secures Railway Privi•
  • loges Denied Prior to Rivalry from Motor
  • Transport. 377
  • National Union of Railwaymen and Rate of
  • Wages Paid for Part-time Work in Higher
  • Grade, 405. 489
  • Now Year's Honours, 15
  • Now York, Subway Railway, 599
  • Now Zealand Railways. Change in Administration, 517
  • Nice to Coni, First Passenger Train, A Foot
  • of Engineering, 573
  • Poking-Mukden Railway, Suggested Double
  • Track on Tientsin-Shanhaikwan Section. 489
  • Permanent Way, British Railways, Statistics
  • of Labour and Cont. 183
  • Platform, Movable, for Extension of Accommodation for Trains. 377
  • Punjab New Railways Opened. 15
  • Quebec. Saguenay and Chibougainau Railway, New and Important, 461
  • Radiophone Control of Moving Freight Train*.
  • Demonstration. 183
  • Rails Used in France Presented to South
  • Africa in Exchange for Services Rendered
  • by S.A. Government, 405
  • RAILWAYS AND TRAMWAYS (continued) :
  • Railway Benevolent Institution Dinner,
  • Proposed Inquiry into Transport. Many
  • Aspects Call for Wide Terms of Reference.
  • Sir W. Ashley, 545
  • Railway Engineers and Publicity. 293
  • Railway Material Exports Statistics. 45, 157, 321. 433, 629, 687
  • Railwaymen's First-aid Services, 659
  • Railwaymen. Happier Relations with Employers, Suggested Improvement in Education, 321
  • Railway Proposals as to Road Traffic,
  • Opposition Threatened, 75; Conference
  • of Local Authorities, 103 : Issue of Public
  • Statement by Five Railway Companies. 103
  • Railway Rates Tribunal. Chairman Knighted. 713
  • Railway Returns, Preliminary Statement. 437
  • Railways' Road Transport Bills, Joint Committee Sittings Begin, 321
  • Refreshment Rooms, Diminished Receipts, 321
  • Road Motor Services Run by South African
  • Railways, 15
  • Road Traffic and Stricter Control. 211
  • Road Transport Bills, Joint Committee to
  • Consider, 293
  • Road Transport Powers for Railway Com.
  • panics, A " Serious Position." 713
  • Romney, Hythe and Dytnchurch Light Railway, Need for Protection of Men Working. 573
  • Siemens - Halsko Lock • and - Block. T. S.
  • Lascelles. W73
  • Snow and Effect on Railway Signals. 14
  • South African Locomotive Orders, Tenders
  • Accepted. 157
  • South American Railways, Administration
  • Changes, 489
  • Southern Railway :
  • Clayton Tunnel Culvert. Renewal. Some
  • Alteration of Trains, 45. 573
  • Further Electrification Scheme. Progr..-,. 293. 348. 599, 659
  • Newhaven-Dieppe Service. Launch of the
  • 'I Worthing," 545
  • Projected Now Locomotives and Goods
  • Wagons, 157
  • " River " Class Engines to be Fitted with
  • Tenders, 321
  • Sevenoaks Accident Claims. 266
  • Signal-box, All-electric. at London Bridge. 211
  • Signal-bokes. Two Mechanical Replaced by
  • One Electrical, 687
  • Sleeping Accommodation. Third-class, to
  • he Increased. 687
  • Slip Due to Thaw and Lines Closed from
  • Coulsdon to Merstham, 45
  • Smoke Improvement for Locomotives. 157
  • Southampton Mayor's Requests and their
  • Fulfilment, Successful Work of Marine
  • Department, 405
  • Southern Heights Light Railway. Electric,
  • Projected. 293
  • Summer Time-table Proposed Changes, 489
  • Wimbledon. Reconstructed Station. Progress, 599
  • Spanish Railways, Electrification Scheme. 129
  • Third-class Compartments and Lying-down
  • Accommodation, 239. 293, 377
  • Tokyo, Underground Railway. First, Opened. 599
  • Traffic Light Signals in Piccadilly. Uncertainty as to Useful Result, 103
  • Traffic Returns for 1927, Reduction on all
  • Linos in Passenger Receipts. but Increase
  • in Goods Traffic. 45
  • Tramway Track Construction in Sydney. 15
  • Transport Facilities in London. Lord
  • Montagu's Views. 129
  • Travelling Post. Office Arrangements. 659
  • Trespassing on the Reilway, Criminal Pros
  • ceedings Taken. 321
  • Underground Railway :
  • Charing Cross Increased Traffic, Addi•
  • tional Escalators and Booking Office
  • Facilities. 103
  • Reconstruct ion of Leiter-square Station. 573
  • Underground Railway Opened in Tokio. 45
  • Victoria. Policy of Minister of Railways, 157
  • Wheel Guards on Important Bridges and
  • Viaducts. 183
  • Ticket-issuing and Slot Machines on the
  • Underground, 75
  • RA31SAY Memorial Laboratory of Chemical
  • Engineering, 361
  • Rangoon, Water and Electric Power Supply. 183
  • Refrigerated Apples Conveyed by Ship, Heat
  • Evolution of, 45
  • Refrigerating Effeet, Comparative Cost of
  • Various Methods. 267
  • Reinforced Concrete Sleepers Repaired and in
  • Use after Twenty Years' Heavy Main Track
  • Service, 377
  • Reservoir. Eppalock. Construction on Im•
  • portant Tributary of Murray River, 75
  • River Pollution Investigation by Scottish Board
  • of Health. 687
  • River 1Vear Commissioners' Projected Now
  • Electrical Equipment at Hendon and Hudson
  • Docks and Other Improvements. 79
  • Road Construction. America's Record. 605
  • Road Reconstruction for Motor Traffic, £12,000
  • per Mile for, 713
  • Road Transport Illumination Demonstration. 305
  • Roads. Improved, in the United States, 129
  • Rod Packing, Allan Clayton. Ltd., 557
  • Ropoway from Mine to Main Lino Railway.
  • Ambitious Scheme in South Africa. 545
  • Rosario, Argentina, Government Commission
  • to Study Conditions at the Port. 293
  • Rotating Loop Direction-finding System. 517
  • Rubber containing Patents, Vcguo in America. 45
  • Rubber Tire Factory to be Put Up at Burton-on-Trent, Work for 1000 Men, 659
  • Rubber Tire Factory to be Started by American
  • Firm on Land Adjoining Great West Road
  • and the River Brent, 287
  • .
  • S
  • SAFETY in Mines Research 1303.rd, Sixth
  • Annual Report. 087
  • St. Francis Dam Failure. Cause of, 481
  • St. Lawrence Paper Mills, Increased Daily
  • Capacity. 659
  • St. Lawrence River, Private Scheme for Development of Hydro-electric Power, 129
  • Salt in Alsace, Discovery of New Dome, 239
  • Salt, Canada's Valuable Rock Salt Mine at
  • Malagash, Nova Scotia, 629
  • Sand-lime Brick and Stress Strain Relationships, 293
  • Santa Gathering Government Improvement of
  • Port of Itajahy. 517
  • Sault Ste. Marie. Projected Large Outlay on
  • Conversion of Harbour to a Big Port, 656
  • Screening of Ores, Effect of Sieve Motion on
  • Efficiency. 461
  • Sewage Destruction and Recovery in Chile,
  • Inquiries as to Newest System, 659
  • Sewage Disposal Works, Practical Use for
  • Power Purposes of Gas Given Off by Sludge, 545
  • Shaft Sinking Record in South Africa, 489
  • Shanghai, Use of Motor Trucks, 106
  • SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :
  • Canadian Government to Build New Destroyers to Replace Two Obsolete Ones. 45
  • Chilian Torpedo-boat Destroyer Orella.
  • Launch of, 305
  • Diesel-electric Towboat in United States, 659
  • Durban Harbour Authorities New Tug, 517
  • French Cruiser Tourville, New High-speed.
  • During Trials, 405
  • French Shipyard Contracts for Submarines, 267
  • Harwich-Hook of Holland Route, Geared
  • Turbine Steamer for, .John Brown and Co.. 461
  • th M. Destroyer Base at Port Edgar Not to be
  • Closed, 349
  • H.M. Submarine Oswald Launched, 687
  • Isherwood System Success in Ship Con -
  • struction. 75
  • Jugoslav Fleet. First Two Submarines. 405
  • Light Cruiser Shropshire, Launch of. 599
  • Middlesbrough Dock. Statistics of Ships' Use
  • of. 157
  • Motor Ship About to be Launched Near Montreal by Canadian Vickers Company. 405
  • Motor Ship Construction Projected at
  • Amsterdam. 349
  • Motor Tug for Cochin Harbour Board with
  • Ailsa Craig Company's Six-cylinder Engine. 321
  • Motor Vessel for Service Between Portsmouth
  • and Isle of Wight, Order for. 103
  • " Occanoglisseur, ' 40-Knot Vessel for Crossing the Atlantic. 183
  • P. and 0. Electrically Propelled Liner. 457
  • Race Round Cape Horn Between Wheat -carrying Sailing Ships. Australia to Cornwall, 103
  • Shipbuilding—from Smack to Frigate, from
  • Cutter to Destroyer, 529
  • Ship's Trial Run in Eight 'Weeks After Laying
  • Keel at Middlesbrough, 433
  • Southampton, Statistics of Tonnage Handled
  • Last I ear. 71
  • Steam Launch Cruise Up the Yangtze to
  • Chengtu, 138
  • Tank Steamer's Conversion into Whalers'
  • Depot Ship. 433
  • Thermometer Colouring Apt to be Removed,
  • Trial of New Material. 659
  • Tonnage Launched on the Clyde, Increase. 239
  • Turbine Steamers. Two New, for Dover.
  • Ostend Route, 639
  • Vessel Boats Train Between Penang and
  • Singapore, 433
  • SILVER Discovery in Manchuria, 15
  • Sisal for Rope Making. Tests, 75
  • Smelter Copper in the United States, Production During Last Year. 157
  • South African Radium Corporation Formed to
  • Work Pitchblende Deposits of Cape Province, 211
  • South African 'Railway Use of Steel Sleepers, 659
  • South Africa's Resources of the Cheapest Cool
  • in the World, 321
  • Steam Fittings and Need of Inspection, 287
  • Steam Turbine for Power Station. Saskatchewan. 275
  • Steam Turbine Spindles, Process of Manufacture. 321
  • Steel Wire Under Various Tests, Use of the
  • Microscope. 293
  • Stone Patterns. Sample of Work in " Titanite." 532
  • Stone Quarrying Industry of United States,
  • Death and Injury Rate Statistics, 157
  • Suez Canal. Increased Revenue from Transit of
  • Ships. 45
  • Suez Canal Transit Dues. Reduction, 267
  • Sugar Factory. Large, to be Put Up at Sarnia,
  • Ontario, 211
  • Sugar Refinery in Portuguese East Africa, Con.
  • tract Awarded to Glasgow Firm, 211
  • Sulphate of Ammonia, New Plant for Manufacture of. 183
  • Sulphite Pulp Factories and Saw Mills, Waste
  • Products of, Used as Fuel, 45
  • Sulphur Deposits in Java, Exploitation Begun. 573
  • Sulphur Production in Australia, 573
  • Surge Recorder. A New Instrument, 658
  • T
  • TANTALUM Likely to Replace Platinum to
  • Some Extent in the Chemical Laboratory, 45
  • Tasmania's Available Water Power, 293
  • TELEGR APHY AND TELEPHONY :
  • Automatic Telephone Exchsnge for Shanghai, 75
  • Korea and JOIX11t, Scheme to Connect, by
  • Submarine Telephone, 517
  • TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY (continued):
  • Telegrams as Pictures, Facsimile of Sender's 1Vriting, 433
  • Telephone Communication Between Sweden,
  • United States and Cuba, 239
  • Telephone Development of Canada, Great
  • Progress in, 713
  • Telephone. Long-distance, Extension in
  • China, 461
  • Telephone Service Between United States
  • and Cuba on One Hand and Brussels and
  • Antwerp on the Other, 103
  • TELEVISION, Demonstration of Alexanderson System. 103
  • Television, Demonstration of Improved Form, 75
  • Temperature in a Room, Apparatus for Maintaining at Fixod Point. 267
  • Thermometer, Copper Resistance as Part of New
  • Calorimeter. 461
  • Thin Sheet Metal Transparent Enough to Read
  • Through. Dr. Carl Mueller, 349
  • Tidal Power in Passamaquoddy Bay, Inlet
  • from Bay of Fundy. Projected Development
  • of, 15. 517. 548. 634
  • Timber Products in British Columbia, Extensive Exports of Lumber. 321
  • Tin Compounds Used in PurificAtion of Stater, 545
  • Tin Industry in Cornwall. Predictions as to its
  • Future. 489
  • Tin-plato 1Vork4 with Water-wheel Mill Holding
  • its Own near Caerleon, 508
  • Titanium Oxide, Property of, 404
  • Tower Bridge Bascules Raised for Vessels, and
  • Suspension of Land Traffic, 545
  • Town Refuse as Fuel. Improved Method of
  • Burning. 75
  • Trackless Electric Tramcars for Bloemfontein, 129
  • Tractor, New Typo, for Launching Lifeboats, 687
  • Trade Unions and EmployersSupporting
  • Formation of Engineering Council for London
  • District. 211
  • Trial Boring for a Tube Well on the North-Western Railway of India, Varying Cost of, 713
  • Trinity House to Confer with Shipping Industry
  • on Lighthouse Question. 545
  • Turbo-alternators and Turbo-generators—see
  • Electrical Matters.
  • U
  • UNITED States. Developed Water Power in, 349
  • United States Record in Rapid Track-laying, 349
  • University College Engineering Society, Annual
  • Dinner. 195
  • Ural Mountains Potash Deposits, Estimate of
  • Content, 15
  • Uruguay. Government Schemes for Roads,
  • Railways and Afforestation, 211
  • V
  • VANCOUVER Harbour, Now Pier. 75
  • Vehicular Tunnel, Detroit—Windsor, Work
  • Started, 713
  • Vehicular Tunnel Between Oakland and
  • Alameda, California. 157
  • Victorian Outer Ports, Proposed New Works,
  • Cost. 103
  • Vinegar Factory in Toronto, Crone and 131ackwell, 433
  • w
  • WATERFALLS, 1100, Reported for All Brazil, 15
  • Water Power on the Bow River. Alberta, 573
  • Water power Plants in Canada, Total Installation of. 15
  • Water Power of Tennessee River, Cost of Full
  • Development, 349
  • Water Powers in Canada. Question for Supreme
  • Court, 599
  • Waterproof Paints for Woodwork. Great
  • Superiority of Aluminium Paint, 687
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • Adelside. Cape Province. Projected Supply
  • Scheme for, 129
  • Aqueduct Construction for San Francisco's
  • New Water Supply, 645
  • Avon Dam Addition to Sydney Water Supply, 267
  • Cordoba, Argentina. Potable Water Supply
  • for, 164
  • Decca. India, Waterworks Scheme Cost.433
  • Lahore Waterworks Scheme. Now, 321
  • Melbourne Water Supply. Proposed Construction of Aqueduct up the Yana Valley, 377
  • Sinking Tube Wells for Water Supply in
  • India, 433
  • Swansea Water Mains Specifications. 239
  • Victoria. Artificial Supply for Country
  • Lands, Domestic Use and Watering Stock, 103
  • Water Supply from New Plant, in Chapel,
  • Shanghai, 321
  • Witbank, South Africa, Cost of Water Supply
  • Scheme, 293
  • WELDING, Electric Arc versus Oxy-acetylene, 129
  • Welding. Electric for Boiler Repairs, Need of
  • Caution in Use, 517
  • Welding of Steel in Aeroplane Construction,
  • Captain H. Richardson, 45
  • Welding. Research Laboratory for. at Lehigh
  • University, 15
  • Welland Canal Traffic Doubled, 573
  • Welland Ship Canal, Coat to Date, 76
  • Welland Ship' Canal Traffic, 1927, 42 1Velshpool and Lake Entrance Ports, Victoria,
  • Development of. 46
  • William Froude National Tank at National
  • Physical Laboratory, Report, 659 11'ire•drawing Factory to ho Put Up at Ojibwa`•,
  • Ontario, 349
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY :
  • Broadcasting Throughout ('a-nada, 599
  • Broadcasting a Running Commentary on
  • Horse Race, 517
  • Broadcasting Transmitter for Rummest. 629
  • Canada—Australis- B08111 Service, Opening
  • Expected Shortly, 461
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY (conts,aucd) :
  • Croydon Air Stat ion, Receiving Apparatus
  • of Wireless Installation Tested, 136
  • Eleven Wireless Stations Operating in North
  • and South Manchuria, 75
  • Loud Speaker, Successful Demonstration of
  • New Type, 103
  • Oyster Interrupts Wireless, 629
  • Radio Station to be Installed at Winnipeg, 75
  • Short-wave High-power Wireless Valve, New
  • Type in America, 321
  •  %Vireless Beacons Round British ('oast, 629
  • Wireless Stations and Bro-tdcasting in
  • Kiangsi Province, China, 321
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY (conii fi, :
  • tiVireless Telephone r Projef ed
  • Between Berlin and New V, irk, ,'id London, 75
  • WIRE Ropes Failure During 1926, Mr. Ward's
  • Remarks, 461
  • Wood of all Kinds Cut in Canada, Official
  • Estimate, 211
  • Wood Blocks for Road Paving Said to Have
  • Been First Used in Russia, 103
  • ‘Voodworking and Other Machine Tools for
  • New Zealand, 90
  • World's Production of Salt, 7;
  • Worsted Mill for Victoria, Brit Wi Columbia, 22
  • YARROW and Co., Proposed Shipbuilding
  • Yard at St. John, New Brdnswick, 349
  • Yukon River Navigntion, Obstacle Overcome, 54
  • ZINC, Sensitive Qunlitative Test for, 45
  • LITERATURE (continued):
  • Books Received (continued)
  • Hokkaido Imperial University, Japan,
  • Memoirs of the Faculty of Engineering.
  • Vol. I., No. 3, 133
  • How to Drive a Car, 492
  • How to Tend Saws, Knives and Cutters, 602
  • " Hiitte " des Ingenieurs Taschenbuch,
  • No. III., 602
  • " Hittite " des Ingenieurs Taschenbuch,
  • Index to Vols. I. to 1V., 602
  • Ice and Cold Storage Trades Directory, 1928, 48
  • Illuminating Engineering, F. E. Cady and
  • H. B. Oates, 716
  • Industrial and Railway Amalgamations, Sir
  • Josiah Stamp, 187
  • Industry in Sweden, 716
  • Integral Waterproofing Compounds for Concrete, Maurice B. Laggard, 602
  • Introduction to the Metallurgy of Iron and
  • Steel, H. M. Boylston, 382
  • Introduction to Physical Science, 602
  • Investigation of Webb Stresses in Reinforced
  • Concrete Beams. F. E. Richert and L. J.
  • Larson. 492
  • Jahrbuch der Deutschen Gesellschaft fiir
  • Bauingeniourwoson, 1927, 436
  • Jahrbuch der Schiffbautechnischen Gesell-schaft. 1928, 382
  • Journal of the Franklin Institute. January, 1928, 133
  • Journal of the Franklin Institute, May, 1928, 602
  • Journal of the Institution of Engineers (India), 548
  • Journal of the Institute of Metals, No. 2, 1927, 353
  • Journal of the Iron and Stool Institute. G. C.
  • Lloyd, 271
  • Kelly's Directory of the Merchants, Manufacturers, and Shippers of the World. 602
  • Kesselanla?on flit Grosskraftworke. Dr.-Ing.
  • F. Miinzinger, 353
  • Kokerei-und Gaswerksiifen, L. Litinsky, 161
  • Iiraftstoffe, Vorbrounung and Schwerin.
  • Vergasermotoron, A. E. Thiemann, 492
  • Kyushu Imperial University, Fukuoka,
  • Japan, Memoirs of the College of Engineering, 133
  • LO Port de Lisbonne. 106
  • Los Turbines it Vapour. Vol. I. and Vol. IL,
  • In& G. Boluzzo. 106
  • Light Metals and Alloys : Aluminium, Mag.
  • nesium, 353
  • Locomotive Management from Driving to
  • Cleaning, J. T. Hodgson and the late J.
  • Williams. 271
  • Madras Presidency, Public Works Department, &c., 716
  • Marine Engineering in Theory and Practice,
  • Vol. IL, Applied. S. G. Wheeler, 106
  • Mechanical World Electrical Pocket Book, 1928, 106
  • Mechanics of Materials, George Young and
  • H. E. Baxter. 133
  • Mine Lighting, J. W. Whitaker, 634
  • Mineral Resources of the United States, 1924,
  • F. J. Katz, 297
  • Mining Engineer's Handbook. Robert Poole. 161
  • Modern Coal-washing Practice, R. C. R.
  • Minikin, 106
  • Modern Foundry Operations and Equipment.
  • W. Rawlinson, 133
  • Motor Ship Reference Book, 1928. 106
  • Niagara Power, Vol. I., History and Power
  • Projects; Vol. IL, Construction and
  • Operation, Edward Dean Adams, 133
  • Now South Wales, Report of the Metropolitan
  • Water, &c., Board, 271
  • People's Year Book, 1928, 106
  • Permanent Way, W. H. Cole, 133
  • Port of Hamburg, Dr.-Ing. L. Wendemuth
  • and Dipl.-Ing. W. Bottcher. 187
  • Port of Hull Annual, 1928, H. E. C. Newham, 663
  • Powering of Ships, Design of Lines and Screw
  • Propellers, A. Kart, 187
  • Preparation of Coal for the Market, Professor
  • Henry Louis, 634
  • Principles of Mechanism, F. Dyson. 161
  • " Proceedings " of the American Society for
  • Testing Materials. 161
  • " Proceedings " of the Chemical Engineering
  • Group. 602
  • " Proceedings " of the International Congress for Testing Materials, Amsterdam. 1927, 663
  • " Proceedings " of the South Wales Institute
  • of Engineers, 492
  • Properties of Steam and Other Vapours,
  • J. 13. Peace. 382
  • Protective Metallic Coatings, H. S. Bowdon, 187
  • Public Health Department. Bengal. Fourteenth Annual Report, 577
  • Railway Year Book. 1928, 577
  • Railways : Their History and Organisation.
  • Lord hIonkswell, 663
  • " Rapid " Per Ton Reckoner, 577
  • " Rapid " Pocket Pricer, 577
  • R. E. Crompton : Reminiscences, 602
  • Report on the Handling of Fuel, &o., in
  • U.S.A.. R. C. Case, 187
  • Report of the Proceedings of the Fourth
  • Conference of the Association of Special
  • Libraries and Information Bureaux, London, 106
  • Report on tho Railways of Irak, Brig.-Gen.
  • F. a Hammond. C.B.E., D.S.O., 133
  • Riemonschlupf and Reibungszahl von Gummi
  • and Ledertreibriemen, Dipl.-Ing. Hans
  • Nowsky, 548
  • Rivure et Sondure des Chaudieres It Vapour.
  • E. Hoehn, 106
  • Rothamsted Conferences. No. VI., Power for
  • Cultivation and Haulage on the Farm, 577
  • Science for You, J. G. Crowther, 382
  • Selected Papers from the Journal of the Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan.
  • No. 14, Takashi Ohtsulci, 133
  • Sell's Directory of Registered Telegraphic
  • Addresses, 1928, 353
  • Sixth Sense, Dr. D. F. Fraser Harris, 492
  • Specification. 1928, F. Chatterton, 215
  • Statische and dynamische Untersuohung
  • von Miindungsdampfinengenmessern, Dr.Ing. S. Kreuzer, 271
  • Steam Condensing Plant, J. Evans, 548
  • H
  • HACKSAW Blade, James Neill and Co. (Sheffield). Ltd.. 392
  • " Hard-boiled " Huts for Use Underground. 405
  • Helium Gas Plant in Texas, Cost of Production. 15
  • Helium, Interesting Properties of. Its History
  • Proving Value of Research. 573
  • High-compression Engine. Now Invention for
  • Fuel Saving, 103
  • High-pressure Industrial Steam Plant. Probably
  • Largest Industrial Unit Existing, 144
  • Horse-power Development on Large Scale Expected in Fukien Province of China, 687
  • Hydrocarbon Oil Used for Agricultural Purposes, No Repayment of Duty Allowed, 599
  • Hydro-oloctric Generating Plants, Increased
  • Use in Western States of America. 267
  • Hydro-electric Plant, Norwegian Norsk Exton-13i01118, 183
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant, Bucks Crook,
  • California. 183
  • Hydro-electric Power Station Put, Into Operation by Marlborough (New Zealand) Power
  • Board, 267
  • Hydro-electric Schemes, Various, for Several
  • Rivers in Canada, 211
  • Hydrographic Confederation of tho Guadal-quiver, First Meeting at Seville, 517
  • INDIA, Consulting Engineers to the Govern.
  • ment. 169
  • India's Untapped Water Power, Pykara Hydro-electric Scheme, 599
  • Industrial Research in Ontario, Proposed
  • Raising of Fund for, 15, 129
  • Industrial Welfare, 59
  • Industry for Manufacture of Glucose, Starch,
  • &c., from Potatoes. 687
  • Insecticides Distributed by Aeroplanes. 45
  • Inspection of Machinery, Systematic, Now Proof
  • of its Necessity. 129
  • International Conference on Bituminous Coal,
  • Preliminaries, 45
  • International Congress of Consulting Engineers. 702
  • International Illumination Meeting in America, 433
  • International Peat Congress to be Held in
  • France, 405
  • IRON AND STEEL :
  • Alloy Steels. Surprising Growth of the
  • Industry. Dr. Saklatwalla, 349
  • Canada's Iron and Steel Iudustry, Greatly
  • Improved Trade, 433
  • Coal from India for North-East Coast Ironworks and Steel from Rotterdam for Ironworks in India, 157
  • Blast-furnace Blown in and Hard at Work for
  • Steel Corporation in Ontario, 75
  • Electric Furnace Cast Iron Stronger and More
  • Dense than Cupola Iron, 405
  • Elimination of Silicates from Open-hearth
  • Steel. 687
  • Ford Motor Company's Uso of Grey Iron
  • Castings, 433
  • Forgeable Iron and Steel and Stainless Iron
  • and Stool, Methods for Direct Electric Production of, in Sweden, 211, 267
  • Iron Ore, Now Extensive Resources Tapped
  • Between the Rhino and Moselle. 377
  • Iron Oro. Rich, Prospects of, in Western
  • Australia, 321
  • Iron Scrap Export from Sweden, Prohibition
  • Decree, 239
  • Iron, Steel and Non-rusting Iron, Stockholm,
  • Direct Production by Flodin Process, 321
  • Iron and Steel Works at Monterrey, Mexico, 349
  • Manganese Steels, Eutectoidal, Variation of
  • Content, 489
  • Molybdenum Ore in the United States,
  • Present Use in Steel Making, 461
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers. Annual Dinner and Meeting, 460, 473
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Report. :
  • Furnaces in Blast, Pig Iron and Steel Production in December. 1927, and January, 1928. 183; in February, 1928. 293 in
  • March, 1928. 433: in April, 1928, 545:
  • in May, 1928, 687
  • Newfoundland Iron Ore Mines, Record
  • Amount of Tonnage Taken from, 157
  • Nickel-chrome Cast Irons, Increased Use of. 211
  • Pig Iron, Steel, &c., in Canada, Increased
  • Production, 573
  • Port Downie Ironworks, Falkirk, Projected
  • Extension, 157
  • Port Kembla, New South Wales. Projected
  • Big Combination of Firms for Iron and
  • Steel Trade Development at, 349
  • Rich Iron Oro in Western Australia, Prospect
  • of Working with British Capital, 239
  • Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Expected Expansion of Iron and Steel Industry, 75
  • Spring Steel Plates. Endurance of. Report, 239
  • Stanton Ironworks Company, Three New
  • Furnaces Erected. 713
  • Steel and Crystallisation, Erroneous Statements. 211
  • Steel, Now Process of Treating., Lecture by
  • Monsieur Chillier, 489
  • Steel Work Record at elydebridge Steel
  • Works, 157
  • Superiority of Steel to Reinforced Concrete
  • for Bridge Construction, Dr. R. Modjeski, 489
  • United States. Iron Ore Mining Statistics, 629, 641
  • United States Steel Corporation to Establish
  • Itself in Canada. 239
  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., Now Manitging
  • Director Appointed, 45
  • IRONSTONE Mine, Yorkshire, Reopened, 517
  • Irrigation Schemes, Important, in India, 183


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