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A

  • A.E.G. Electric Company, Ltd., Automatic Carbon Arc Welding, 483
  • Allday, Wm., and Co., Ltd., Gas-heated Stoves, B.I.F., 310
  • Alldays and Onions Ltd., Oil-fired Double Chamber Type Tool Hardening Furnace, B.I.F., 258
  • Allen, W. H., Sons and Co. Ltd., 50-kW Turbo-generator Set, B.I.F., 234; 132-kW Allen D.C. Generator, B.I.F., 234; 200 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Oil Engine, B.I.F., 234
  • American Sea-going Train Ferry Steamers, E. E. R. Tratman, 388, 429
  • Anglo-Saxon Petroleum Co Ltd., Werkspoor Supercharged Engines for Anglo-Saxon Oil Tankers, 77
  • Argentine Cruiser " Veinticinco de Mayo," 9 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Armstrong, H. C., Effect of Furnace Design on Scale Formation, 608
  • Armstrong-Saurer Commercial Vehicles, Ltd., Heavy Oil-engined Six-wheel Lorry, 675
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd, Brass Melting Furnace, B.I.F., 258; Oil-electric Shunting Locomotive, 674
  • Arrol, Sir William and Co.Ltd., Benue Bridge, in Nigeria, 574, 575, 586, 602, 603, 614
  • Ashworth and Parker, Self-cleaning Strainer, 700
  • Asquith, William, Ltd., bin. Horizontal Boring, Drilling, and Milling Machine, 526, 527
  • Associated Radio Pictures, Ltd., Film Studios at Ealing, 122, 130
  • Auerbach and Scheibe, A.G., Five-unit High-speed Drilling Machine, 318, 319; High-speed Light Drilling Machine, 318, 319
  • Avery, W. and T., Ltd., Direct-reading Hardness Testing Machine, B.I.F., 236; Self-indicating Universal Testing Machine, 644

B

  • B. E. N. Patents Ltd., "Flex Shaft" Machine for Mechanical Rubbing and Polishing, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vii
  • Babcock and Wilcox Ltd., Automatic Lubricator for Conveyor Chains, B.I.F., 206; Express Sectional Boiler for H.M.S. " Guardian," 51; Totally Enclosed Steam Trawl Winch, B.I.F., 207; 85 B.H.P. Cold-starting Oil Engine, B.I.F., 207
  • Bagnall, W. G., Ltd., 2ft. Gauge Locomotive for Gwalior Light Railway, 164
  • Baker, G. S., Problems of Ship Propulsion, 582
  • Baker, Humphrey, The Great Western Railway Record, 638; (Leading Article, 641)
  • Baldwin, Southwark Corporation, 1785-Ton Testing Machine, 220
  • Barnsbury Works of Negretti and Zambra, 208, 212
  • Birmingham Electric Furnaces Ltd., 12-kW High-velocity Forced Draught Vertical Tempering Furnace, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, viii; 16-kW " Birlee " Electric Furnace, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, viii; 20-kW High-speed Tool Furnace, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, viii
  • Boardman, Robert, Rivets in Shipbuilding, 590
  • Boving and Co, Ltd., 17,000 Horse-power Pelton, Wheel for the Punjab, 44, 48, 49
  • Brayshaw Furnaces and Tools, Ltd., Gas-heated Furnaces, B.I.F., 309
  • Brewer, F. W., Three-cylinder Express Engines, Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, 684
  • Brightside Foundry and Engineering Co Form of Fire-grate for Lancashire Boilers, 567; Vertical Coal Dryer, 128
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co Ltd., Bristol Type 118 General Purpose Machine, 36
  • British Insulated Cables Ltd., Magnetic Moulder, 109
  • Bastian and Allen Ltd., Electrode Boiler for Distilling Water, 366
  • Battersea Power Station Progress on, 5 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Beardmore and Co., Ltd., Oil-electric Rail Cars on the Pamplona San Sebastian Railway, 136
  • Beira, Port Improvements at, 428, 429
  • Bellasis, E. S., Floods in the Thames and Wey Valleys, 335
  • Bellingham and Stanley Ltd., Arc Lamps, Small, 69
  • Bennie, James, and Sons Ltd., Folding, Rounding, and Box Forming Machine, 404
  • Benson Boiler at Langerbrugge, 9
  • Benue Bridge in Nigeria, Sir William Arrol and Co, Ltd., 574, 575, 586, 602, 603, 614
  • Bertrams, Ltd., Punching, Plate Splitting, and Cropping Machine, 192
  • British Oxygen Co Ltd., Oxy-acetylene Welding and Cutting Machines, B.I.F., 310
  • British Sangamo Co Ltd., Electric Clocks, B.I.F., 284; Single-phase Meter, B.I.F., 284
  • British Thomson-Houston Company Ltd., Electrical Scientific Devices, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iii; Induction Heater Circuit, 96; Motor Controlled by Photo-cell and Thyratron, 96; Portable Oil Testing Sets, 165; Resistance Vacuum Furnace, 403; Small Power Transformers for 132-kV Circuits, 566; Thyratron Controlling Spot Light, 96
  • British Timken Ltd., Tapered Roller Bearings, B.I.F., 310
  • Brookes (Oldbury) Ltd., Direct Motor-driven, Three-roller Coiling Machine, B.I.F., 259
  • Brookhirst Switchgear Ltd., Control Gear for A.C. Motors, 80
  • Broom and Wade Ltd., Petrol-driven Air Compressors, B.I.F., 285
  • Brown, David, and Sons Ltd., Gear-testing Instrument, 138
  • Bruce Peebles and Co, Ltd., 1000-kW Automatic Rectifier Equipment at Harrow, 672
  • Budenberg Gauge Co Ltd., Water Level Indicator for Overhead Tanks, 136
  • Burdons Ltd., Oil-fired Rivet-heating Furnace, B.I.F., 258
  • Butler Machine Tool Co Ltd., Draw-cut Shaping Machine, 506; Open-sided Planing Machine, 191
  • Butters Brothers and Co, Monotower Cranes for Lochaber Power Scheme, 700

C

  • C.G.T. Cargo Steamer " San Antonio," 20
  • Cadbury Brothers, Finchley-road Railhead Distribution Depot, 310
  • Cambridge Instrument Co Ltd., Apparatus for Automatic Temperature Control, B.I.F., 309; Humidity Recorder, 40; Moullin Variable Condenser, 40; Portable Humidity Meter, B.I.F., 309
  • Canadian Pacific Liner " Empress of Britain," 19 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Canning, W., and Co., Ltd., Chromium Plating Vat, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, iii; Electric Cable-heating Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 19,2,32, iii; Polishing and Buffing Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, iii
  • Carrier Engineering Co, BBC Studio Ventilating Plant, 537
  • Central Electricity Board's Fourth Annual Report, 338
  • "Cheltenham Flyer," Record Set Up by, 638; (Leading Article), 641
  • Cheney, H.,and A. J. Maddock, Resistance Vacuum Furnace, 403
  • Christiansen and Meyer, Cylinder Unit of Christiansen Engine, 52
  • Christie Two-stroke Gas Displacement Pump, Marcus Hodges and Sons, Ltd., 536
  • Cierva Autogiro Co Ltd., Two-seater Cierva Cabin Type Autogiro, 4 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Clarke, Chapman and Co, Ltd., Johnson Boiler, 50, 51
  • Coats Machine Tool Co. Ltd., Spring-testing Machine, 97
  • Collet and Engelhard Machine Tool Company, Horizontal Boring, Drilling and Milling Machine, 267; Milling Cutter Grinder, 268
  • Cooper. H. O., Modern Slide Rule, 658
  • Cart, Robert, and Son, Ltd., Double-deck Vibratory Screen, B.I.F., 282
  • Coventry Chain Co Ltd., Chain Drive for Cork Mill in Linoleum Factory, B.I.F., Suppt., 19.2.32., vii
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Railway Carriage and Wagon Wheel-turning Plant, 342, 346, 347
  • Craven's Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, Ltd., Railway Plough Brake Van for London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company, 622
  • Crofts (Engineers) Ltd., Belt-drive Mounting, 647
  • Crompton Parkinson Ltd., Repulsion Induction Motor, B.I.F., 234; " Tong Test " Ammeter, 68
  • Cunard Liner, Progress on, 19 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)

D

  • Darlington Rustless Steel and Iron Company, Ltd., " Defirust " Works at Darlington, 288, 293
  • Darwins Ltd., Magnetic Separators, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iv
  • Davis Furnace Co Ltd., High-temperature Forging Furnace, B.I.F., 309
  • Deane, H. J., Jetty Works of Ford Motor Company at Dagenham, 205
  • Delco Remy and Hyatt Ltd,, Roller-bearing Axle-box. 432
  • Demag Aktiengesellschaft, Multiple Arm Grab, 701
  • Dickinson, H. W.,Richard Trevithick 560
  • Digby, W. P., Justification of Organised Engineering Inspection, 118, 151
  • Dominion Machinery Co Ltd., Overhead Sanding Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iii
  • Donkin (The Bryan Donkin Co Ltd.), Impeller of High-speed Exhauster, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, i
  • Donovan and Co, Electric Control Gear, B.I.F., 309
  • Dorman, Long and Co Ltd., Sydney Harbour Bridge, 304, 314, 330, 358, 359, 384, 412, 413, 440, 466 (Two-page Supplement, March 18th, 1932, Four-page Supplement, April 8th, 1932; Reprint, (535), 608
  • Douglas, Arthur H., Models and Analogies for Demonstrating Electrical Principles, 252
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co Ring Balance Flow Meter, 69
  • Drewry Car Co Ltd., Petrol Engine-driven Freight Van for Bermuda Railway, 109

E

  • E-H Engineering, Ltd., Fuel Injection System, 420
  • Edison Swan Electric Co Ltd., Surge Protector, 42
  • Edwards, F. J., Ltd., Bending Rolls Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii; Metal-working Machines, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Electro Dynamic Construction Co Single-phase Split-phase Induction Motor, B.I.F., 283
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., Humidity Meter Transmitter, 70; " Siemens " Humidity Meter, 70
  • Ellison, George Ltd., " Bantam " Star-delta Starter, B.I.F., 236
  • Ellison Insulations Ltd., " Tufnol " Synthetic Resin Varnish Products, B.I.F., 260
  • Evans, I. O., High-tension Cables, 638
  • Evans, U. R., Some Aspects of the Corrosion Problem, 504, 532; (Leader, 503)
  • Everett, Edgcumbe and Co, Ltd., Conduit Tester, 41; Fault Recorder, 41; " Syn-clock " Operated Time Switch, 41

F

  • Fairey Aviation Co Ltd., Fairey Long-range Monoplane, 4 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932); " Gordon " General-purpose Machine, 14
  • Fearnchough, W., Ltd., Rope-trimming Cutter, B.I.F. Suppt., 26,2,32, v
  • Federation of British Industries, Sir James Lithgow on Position of Industry, 426
  • Ferguson Brothers (Port-Glasgow), Ltd., Bucket Dredger for Thames Service, 422
  • Ferguson Pailin Ltd., Laboratory for Mechanical Testing of Switchgear, 365
  • Ferranti Ltd., Electrostatic Voltmeter, 97; Exhibition of Products, 703; Mercury Switch On-load Transformer Tap changing Gear, 191; Moving Coil Voltage Regulators, 210; Multi-range D.C. Test Set, 96
  • Fielding and Platt Ltd., Pneumatic Riveters for Russia, 676
  • Firth, Thos., and John Brown, Ltd, " F.D.P." Steel, B.I.F., 310
  • "Flamma" Smoke Consumer, 110
  • Forest Products Research Laboratory, Bateson's Direct Reading Humidity Meter, 69
  • Foster Instrument Co Ltd., Surface or Contact Pyrometers, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iv
  • Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, " Bliss " Cluster Roll, B.I.F., 260; Chain Conveyor, B.I.F., 260; "Sherwen " Vibrating Screen, B.I.F., 260; Single-deck Gyrex Screen, B.I.F., 260; 20ft. Portable Conveyor, B.I.F., 260; " Webb " Conveyor, B.I.F., 260
  • French South American Liner " L'Atlantique," 21, 22
  • French Aircraft Tender " Commandant Teste," 9
  • French Cruiser " Foch," 8 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • French Submarine Cruiser " Surcouf," 8, 9
  • Furness Withy Turbo-electric Liner " Monarch of Bermuda," 19 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)

G

  • Gardner, F. W., Erosion of Steam Turbine Blades, 146, 174, 202
  • General American Tank Car Corporation, Tank Cars for Dry Commodities, 510
  • General Electric Company Ltd., Cable Separator Box, B.I.F., 259; Electric Lighting Accessories, B.I.F., 259; Electrical Equipment and Mining Plant at Mount Isa Mines, 415, 424; Experimental Photo-electric Device for Measurement and Recording of Smoke Densities in Factory Chimneys, 40; Osram Lamp Making Machinery, B.I.F., 258; Quarrying Plant at Cumberland Granite Company, Ltd., 674; 132-kV Outdoor Sub-station, B.I.F., 259; 150-kW A.C. and 400-kW D.C. Oil Engine Generating Sets at Film Studios at Ealing, 122, 130
  • George Washington Bridge Over Hudson River, 17 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Gilman, F. (B.S.T.), Ltd., Stone Slitting Wheel, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vii; Tube Sealing Tool, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vii
  • Glenfield and Kennedy Ltd., High-head Turbine Inlet Sluice Valves, 320, 321; Works Laboratory at Kilmarnock, 494, 502
  • Good, E. T., World Steel Trade : Position and Prospects, 565
  • Goodwin Barsby and Co Ltd., Gravel Washing Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vii
  • Grampian Power Scheme, Excavation Work on the Tuilimel Development, 336, 337
  • Great Bridgeford Derailment, 699
  • Great Western Railway Record, Humphrey Baker, 638; (Leading Article, 641)
  • Greening, N., and Sons Ltd., Wire Cloth and Perforated Metal, B.I.F., 285
  • Greenwood and Batley Ltd., Angle Cutting Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Gresham and Craven Ltd., Feed Water Injector, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, ii
  • Griffin and Tatlock Ltd., Continuous Gas Indicator, 70; Hot Wire Relay, 69
  • Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds Ltd., "Hank" Rivet Bush, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iv
  • Gutta Percha Co, Insulating Materials, B.I.F., 236

H

  • Hackney Power Station, Extensions at, 578
  • Hadfields Ltd., Bucket Pin Locking Device for Dredgers, 24; Concrete Plant for Cauvery Metur Dam, 158, 166; Three-stage Coal Breaker, 646
  • Hams Hall Sub-station, 5 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Hancock and Co (Engineers) Ltd., Profile Oxygen Cutting Machine, B.I.F., 259
  • Hands, John, and Sons, Ltd., Press, 125-Ton, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, iv
  • Hardypick Ltd., " Hay " Dust Collector, B.I.P. Suppt., 26.2.32, ii; Wire Rope Cutter, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, ii
  • Harland and Wolff Ltd., Nelson Line Motor Liner " Highland Patriot," 592; White Star Motor Liner " Georgic," 660, 661
  • Harrow Electric Light and Power Company, Ltd., 1000-kW Automatic Rectifier Equipment, 672
  • Hartley, Sons and Co, " Flamma " Smoke Consumer, 110
  • Harvey, G. A., and Co. (London), Ltd., Perforated Metals, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii; Steel Furniture, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii; Woven Wire Cloth, 13.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Heatly-Gresham Engineering Co Ltd., Pressings and Drop Forgings, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iv
  • Heller Brothers, Automatic Saw Blade Grinder, 290, 291; Stock Cutting Saw, 291; Universal High-power Cold Saw, 291
  • Helsingfors Power Station, Yarrow Boilers at, 476, 482, 483, 498, 499
  • Henderson, J. M., and Co. Ltd., Safe Load Indicator for Cranes, 701
  • Henderson, Sir James B., " Macquorn Rankine," 689
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., Air-operated Bench Vice, B.I.F. Suppe., 26.2.32, vi; Air-operated Machine Vice, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vi
  • Herbert, E. G., Ltd., " Rapidar " Hacksaw Blade, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iii
  • Heslop, Major D. G., Reconstruction of Lukonde Bridge on Tanganyika Railways, 278
  • Hick, Hargreaves and Co, Ltd., Surface Condensing Plant at Hackney Power Station, 578, 580, 582
  • H.M. Light Cruiser "Exeter," 7 (Supplement, January let, 1932)
  • Hobbs, H. F., Automatic Variable Transmission Gear, 243
  • Hodgkinson, James (Salford), Ltd., Mechanical, Stokers for Firing Lancashire Boilers, B.I.F., 285
  • Hoffmann Manufacturing Co Ltd., Ball and Roller Bearings for Sliding Mechanism, 593
  • Holden and Brooke Ltd., Automatic Governor for Centrifugal Pumps, 108
  • Hollings and Guest Ltd., Three-throw Vertical Belt-driven Pumps, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, iv
  • Holloway Two-stage Compressor, Laycock Engineering Co 458
  • Holman Brothers Ltd., Drill Sharpener, B.I.F. Suppe., 19.2.32, ii; Mining and Quarrying Tools, B.I.F., Suppt., 19.2.32, ii; Trepanning Machine for Concrete Roads, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Holmes, J. H., and Co., Ltd., " Castle " Arc-welding Set, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, i; Flameproof Motor, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, i
  • Holt Cargo Liner " Polyphemus," 77
  • "Homeyard " Pilot Valve, Glenfield and Kennedy Ltd., 321
  • Hopkinsons Ltd., High-pressure Water Gauge, 607, 608; Panel Type Engine-room Telegraph Apparatus, 607; Valve Control Board at Kirkstall Power Station, 607
  • Hurst, B. L., British and American Rolled Steel Sections, 148
  • Hudson, Robert, Ltd., Side-tipping Truck for Standard Gauge, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Huter, Dr. W., Air-insulated Transformer Bank for 1,000,000 Volts, 363

I

  • Igranic Electric Co Ltd., 50 H.P. Inductive Time Control, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vii; Three-phase Time Lag Magnetic Overload Device, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vii;
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Cassel Cyanide Case-hardening Process, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, i; Industrial Products, 508; Non-ferrous Metals for Home Decorations, B.I.P. Suppt., 19.2.32, i; Use of Soda-Ash in Manufacture of Iron, B.I.P. Suppt., 19.2.32, i
  • Incandescent Heat Co Ltd., Combination Recuperative Furnaces, B.I.F., 309
  • Ingersoll-Rand Co Condenser for Brooklyn Edison Company, Surface, 648
  • "International Combustion" Boiler, Heat Absorption in Water-cooled Furnaces, 119
  • International Furnace Equipment Co Ltd., Forging Furnace, B.I.F., 258; Heat Treatment Furnace, B.I.F., 258
  • Iron Bridge Power Station, 5, 6
  • Isenthal and Co Ltd., Mercury Switch, 41, 42
  • Isler and Co, Ltd., Bore-hole Pumping Plant, 194
  • Ismailia Valve Company, 36in. " Ismailia " Tidal Flap Valve, 244
  • Italian Scout " Emanuele Pessagno," 9 (Supplement, January let, 1932)

J

K

  • Karrier Motors Ltd., Road-rail Vehicle for L.M.S., 474
  • Kent, George, Ltd., Automatic Combustion Control Apparatus at Hackney Power Station, 579, 581; Meter for Measurement of Dirty Gas, B.I.F., 235
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., Air Pollution in 1930-31, 176
  • Kill van Kull Bridge, New York, 17 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)

L

  • Laing, Sir James, and Sons, Ltd., 36in. "Ismailia " Tidal Flap Valve, 244
  • Lambeth Bridge, Dorman, Long and Co, Ltd., 630, 631
  • Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto Ltd., Cinema Arc Rectifier, B.I.P. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi; Enclosed Ventilated Motors, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi; Flameproof Motors, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, v; Geared Motors, B.I.F., Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Lane, Henry C., Contraction of Holes by Presswork, 538
  • Laycock Engineering Co Holloway Two-stage Compressor, 458
  • Leyland Motors Ltd., Lorry for Handling Pipes and Bar Material, 566
  • Leys Malleable Castings Co Ltd., Blackheart Castings, B.I.F., 285
  • Liesen and Co, Air Heater, 319, 320
  • Lithgow, Sir James, Position of Industry, 426
  • Liverpool Abattoir and Meat Market, 228, 238
  • Lloyd Barrage at Sukkur on the Indus, 104, 105
  • Lloyd Sabaudo Liner " Conte di Savoia," Gyroscopic Stabilising Equipment of, 32, 62, 72; (Leader), 45 (Two-page Supplement, January 15th, 1932)
  • Lloyd Triestino Motor Liner " Victoria," 22 (Supplement, January let, 1932)
  • Lochaber Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 262, 264
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Karrier Road-rail Vehicle, 474
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, Articulated Booster 'Locomotive' No. 727," 16; Bridge over North Circular Road, 178, 186; Romford Widening, 392, 396; Tank Engine " No. 6171 " Fitted with Booster, 691
  • Lucas Furnaces Ltd., Gas-fired Furnaces, B.I.P. Suppt., 26.2.32, v
  • Lukonde Bridge on Tanganyika Railways, Re. constructed, 278
  • Lydell, F., Effect of Railway Electrification on Train Working, 459; (Leader), 451

M

  • M. and C. Switchgear Switchgear and Control Gear, B.I.F., 309
  • M.A.N. 56,800 B.H.P. Oil Engine Machinery for German Battleship " Deutschland," 76, 77
  • Maddock, A. J., and H. Cheney, Resistance Vacuum Furnace, 403
  • Malkin, B. A., Generation of Steam from Electric Boilers, 522, 530
  • Malone Mercury Engine, 10, 11
  • Malone Water Engine, 10, 11
  • Mandi Hydro-electric Project, 454
  • Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co Ltd., Pedal Generator for Wireless Operation, 322
  • Markham and Co Ltd., Compound Winding Engine for South Africa, 366, 368
  • Marshall, Sons and Co, Ltd., Asphalt Plant, 4-6-Ton " Cummer," B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii; Road Roller, 6-Ton Oil Engine-driven, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii; Roller, " Manumit " Motor, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • McDonald, G. G., Estimation of Gas Turbine Nozzle Throat Area, 685
  • Meik, C. S., and Halcrow Port Improvements at Beira, 428, 429
  • Meldrums Ltd., Boiler with Mechanical Stoker, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vi
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., Flame-proof Motor for Mines, 701; Modern Double Helical Reduction Gearing, 400
  • Miall, Stuart, Determination of Worm Gear Contacts, 546
  • Midland Saw and Tool Co Ltd., Wood-working Machines, 285
  • Milan Central Railway Station, 92, 93, 100
  • Milton Proprietary, Ltd., Electrode Boiler for Distilling Water, 366
  • Mining and Industrial Equipment, Ltd., Four-Roller Raymond Mill, B.I.F., 259; Rubber-lined Grit Pump, B.I.F., 259
  • Mirrlees Watson Co Ltd., Electrically Driven Sugar Cane Mills, 686, 687, 694
  • Moler Products Ltd., " Fosalsil " Heat Insulating Material, B.I.P. Suppt., 19.2.32, i
  • Moss Gear Co Ltd., Gear Units of Spur and Worm Type, B.I.F., 285
  • Motor Rail Ltd., Narrow-gauge Oil Engine Locomotive, B.I.F., 284
  • Mount Isa Mines, Electrical Equipment and Mining Plant at, General Electric Company, Ltd., 415, 424
  • Muirhead and Co Ltd., A.E.G. Muirhead-Ranarex CO2 Indicator and Recorder, 98
  • Murex Welding Processes Ltd., All-welded Steel-framed Building at Walthamstow, 310, 311; Welding Apparatus, B.I.F., 282

N

O

  • Ohler, J. F., Hydraulically Operated Saw, 291

P

  • Pacific Steam Navigation Co Motor Liner " Reins Del Pacifico," 19, 20 (Supplement, January let, 1932)
  • Palueff, K. K., Transient Voltage Stresses in Power Transformers, 480, 495, 518, 551
  • Pamploha San Sebastian Railway, Beardmore Oil-electric Rail Cars for, 136
  • Parker, F., Ltd., Impact Stone Breaker, Suppt., 19.2.32, vi; Road-making Equipment, Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Parkes, G. B. Ltd., Pipe Testing Machines, B.I.F., 310
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co. Ltd., Exceptional Feat of Transport, 646; 30,000-kW Turbo-alternator at Hackney Power Station, 578, 580, 581
  • Parsons Oil Engine Company Ltd., Small Gear Pump, 193; Small 10/20 H.P. Portable Welding Set, 647
  • Pegson Ltd., Vibrating Shaking Screens, B.I.F., 285
  • Pels, Henry, and Co. Forging Press 290; Guillotine Shears, 290
  • Peters, G. D., Ltd., Plastic Arc Welder, B.I.F., 235
  • Petters Ltd., High-speed Heavy Oil Engine, 137
  • Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, Three-cylinder Express Engines, F. W. Brewer, 684
  • Philips Lamps Ltd., Self-contained " Metalix " X-ray Apparatus for Crystal Analysis, 97
  • Piggott, Julian, British/and Canadian Steel Trade, 125
  • Pneulec Ltd., Rollover Squeeze Strip for Foundries, 260; Sand Preparing Plants for Foundries, B.I.F., 260
  • P. and O. Turbo-electric Liner "Strathnaver", 19 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Pomeroy, L. H. Motor Car Transmission, 189
  • Precision Photo Printing Plant Ltd., Photo Print Developing Machine, 622
  • Premier Cooler and Engineering Co Cooling Tower and Fuel Storage Tanks at Film Studios at Ealing, 122, 123, 124
  • " Prestolonaslednik Petar " Mail Steamer, 20
  • Prettyboy Dam, Baltimore, 553, 558
  • Pullin, V. E.Radium in Engineering Inspection, 492, 493,"494:(Suppientent, May 6th, 1932)
  • Pulsometer Engineering Co, Ltd., Pump for Low-pressure7Heating Systems, 507

Q

  • Quasi-Arc Co Ltd., Motor Generator Welding Set, B.I.P. Suppt., 26.2.32, v; Portable Transformer Welding Set, B.T.P. Suppt., 26.2.32, v

R

S

  • Salford Electrical Instruments Ltd., Inductometer, 98
  • Salter, George, and Co. Ltd., Crane Hook Weigher, Crane Safety Device, Flexible Spiral Roller Bearings, Pressure Gauges, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, v
  • Saunders-Roe Ltd., Three-engined Mail Plane, 36
  • Scammell Lorries, Ltd., Lorry for Conveying Pipes Across the Desert, 594
  • Shell-Mex and B. P. Ltd., Oil Fuel for Engineering Purposes, B.I.F., 258
  • Schiess-Defries, A.G., Horizontal Milling and Boring Machine, 266; Universal High-speed Lathe, 267
  • Schutte, A. H., Vertical Hydraulically Operated Broaching Machine, 319
  • Short Brothers Ltd., " Kent " Class Commercial Flying Boat, 3 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Simon-Carves Ltd., Boiler Equipment at Hackney Power Station, 578; Coal-handling I Plant at Hackney Power Station, 578
  • Simplifix Patents, Ltd., Pipe Union, B.I.F., 309
  • Sleeper and Hartley, Inc., Vertical-spindle Milling Machine, 646
  • Southern Railway, Three-cylinder 2-6-4 Goods Tank Locomotive, 210
  • Spartan Aircraft Ltd., Three-engined Mail Plane, 37; Three-seater Light Aeroplane, 37
  • Sperry-Cammen Tester, 699; (Leader, 695)
  • Sperry Gyroscope Co Ltd., Gyroscopic Stabilising Equipment of Lloyd Sabaudo Liner " Conte di Savoia," 32, 62, 72; (Leader, 45) (Two-page Supplement, January 15th, 1932)
  • Spruce, A. M., Outdoor Sub-station Lattice Steel Structures, 554, 589
  • Stanley Abattoir and Meat Market, Liverpool, 228, 238
  • Stanton Ironworks, Ltd., Cast Iron Paving Blocks, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi;
  • Pipe Joint for Stanton-De Lavaud Spun Cast Iron Pipe, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Staveley Coal and Iron Co Ltd., Iron Pipes, B.I.F., 310
  • Steatite and Porcelain Products Ltd., Insulators of Isolating Switchgear and Bus-bars, 294
  • Stephen, R. A., X-rays in Welding Industry, 393
  • Stewarts and Lloyds Ltd., " Dawson " Welded Joint, B.I.F., 281
  • Stone, J., and Co. Ltd., Booster for L. and N.B. Tank Engine, 691
  • Sullivan, H. W., Ltd., Sub-standard Wave-meter, 96
  • Sulzer Brothers, Winterthur Workshops, 296
  • Supermarine Aviation Works (Vickers), Ltd., Schneider Trophy Seaplane, 2; Three-engined All-metal Flying Yacht, 3, 14.
  • Supermarine-Rolls Royce S 6 B Schneider Trophy Seaplane, 2
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 304, 314, 330, 358, 359, 384, 412, 413, 440, 466 (Two-page Supplement, March 18th, 1932; Four-page Supplement, April 8th, 1932) (Reprint, 535), 608

T

  • Taro River, Interesting Bridge Replacement Operation, 668, 671
  • Taylor and Challen Ltd., High-speed Notching Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vii; Toggle Drawing Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vii
  • Taylor Stoker Co Ltd., Stoker for Steamship " Beaverhill," 52
  • Tecalemit Ltd., Automatic Chain Lubricator, B.I.F., 284
  • " The Temple of the Sun " Lift for Tourists at Carlsbad, New Mexico, 700ft.,126
  • Thompson Brothers (Bilston) Ltd., Eleotrically Welded Fractionating Columns, 219
  • Thompson, John (Wolverhampton), Ltd., Boilers, " Economic " and Lancashire, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi; Water-softening Plant, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi; Welding of Metals, B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Thornycroft, John I., and Co., Ltd., Presentation to Mr. Norman Endacott, (651); 2300-Gallon Tank Wagon, 701
  • Tinsley, H., and Co., Multi - range Valve Ammeter, 68
  • Tratman, E. E. R., American Sea-going Train Ferry Steamers, 388, 429,446, 471
  • Trevithick, Richard H. W. Dickinson, 560
  • Tripp, G. W., Survival of Paddle Steamers, 577
  • Turton Brothers and Matthews Ltd., " Flygo Megiston " Steel, B.I.F., 310
  • Twinberrow, J. D., Mechanism of Electric) Locomotives, 147, 153, 182, 217

U

V

  • Varley Pumps and Engineering Ltd., Rotary Pump, B.I.F., 283
  • Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., Vickers-Rolls Royce, Type 163, Four-engined Night Bomber, 4, 14; " Vildebeest " Torpedo Bomber Seaplane, 4, 14
  • Vickers-M.A.N. 4000 B.H.P. Double-acting, Two-stroke Oil Engine, 77
  • Villiers Engineering Co, Ltd., " Pygmylyte " Portable Electric Lighting Plant, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, v; Regulators for Generating Sets, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, v

W

Y

  • Yarrow and Co., Ltd., Boilers at Helsingfors Power Station, 476, 482, 483, 498, 499;
  • Yugoslav Flotilla Leader " Dubrovnik," 664; Yarrow Boilers under Construction, 61
  • Yugoslav Flotilla Leader " Dubrovnik," Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 664

Subjects

A

  • ABATTOIRS and Meat Market at Liverpool, 228, 238
  • Accidents in Two American Power Stations, 457
  • Advertising Convention at Liverpool, 664
  • Aerial View of Leipzig Technical Fair, 266

AERONAUTICS

  • Aerial Photographs and Measurement of Trees, (341)
  • Aerial Survey Company Formed in South Africa, (13)
  • Aeronautic Progress in China, (129)
  • Aeronautical Research Laboratories at Ottawa, 609
  • Aeroplane, Spartan Three-seater Light, 37
  • Aeroplane Engine Converted into Motor Boat Unit, Napier " Lion," 651
  • Aeroplane of i Ton, Invented by Italian, (395)
  • Aeroplane Used for Testing Ability of Worker for High Altitudes, (395)
  • Aeroplanes for Prospecting, Advantages of, (71)
  • Air and Rail Transport Agreement, (237)
  • Air Liner Struck by Lightning, 517
  • Air Mail to Cape, 87
  • Air Route to Arctic, 251
  • Air Mail Service Between Karachi and Bombay and Karachi and Madras, via Bombay, (341)
  • Air Port for Cape Town at Windermere nearing Completion, (71)
  • Air Services to Compete with Railway Companies, (99)
  • Air Taxi with Marconi Telephone Equipment, (313)
  • Air Traffic Between London and Paris, (667)
  • Aircraft and Names on Railway Station Roofs, (13)
  • Aircraft Fitted with Searchlight, (237)
  • Aircraft Wreckage, Interference with, 383
  • Airship Companies and Mail Contracts, (613)
  • Altimeter Device Tested in America, (287)
  • Amphibian Aeroplane, Saunders-Roe, (367)
  • Autogiro Fitted with Marconi Transmitter and Receiver, 647
  • Beryllium, Use in Aircraft and Automobile Industries, (367)
  • British Aircraft for Belgium, 31
  • "Bristol Bulldog" Fighter Aeroplanes for Royal Danish Air Corps, (454)
  • Bristol Type, 118 General Purpose Machine, 36
  • British Aircraft for Belgian Government, 31
  • British Light Aeroplanes for Brazilian Army and Navy, (237)
  • Cape Air Mail, 87
  • Cape Town Airport, Illumination of, (693)
  • Fairey Long Range Monoplane, 4 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Flying Boats, Work on Large, 87
  • Flying Ground at Hatston, near Kirkwall, (529)
  • " Flying Yacht " Three-engined, All-Metal, 3, 14
  • French Aircraft Tender, " Commandant Taste," 9
  • " Gordon," General-purpose Machine, Fairey Aviation Company, Ltd., 4, 14
  • High-speed Flying Complicates Cooling of Engine and Pilots' Cockpit, (71)
  • High-speed Seaplanes for World's Air Speed Record, (613)
  • International Congress of Transoceanic Airmen to be Hold in Rome, (13)
  • Junkers Aeroplane Located at Winnipeg for Freight Services, (148)
  • Junkers G 38 Passenger-carrying Monoplane for London-Berlin Service, (501)
  • " Kent " Class Commercial Flying Boat, Short Brothers, Ltd., 3 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Mail Plano, Saunders-Roe Three-engined, 36
  • Mail Plane, Spartan Three-engined, 37
  • Monoplane, Fairey Long Range, 4 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Pterodacytyl, Westland Hill Two-seater, 4 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • R.A.F. Motor Boat Tenders, (449)
  • Schneider Trophy Seaplane S 6 B, Super-marine Aviation Works (Vickers), Ltd., 2
  • Two-seater Cierva Cabin Type Autogiro, 4 (Supplement, January let, 1932)
  • United States Naval Airship " Akron," 37, 38
  • Vickers Rolls Royce Type 103 Four-engined Night Bomber, 4, 14
  • " Vildebeest " Torpedo Bomber Seaplane, 4, 14
  • Westland-Hill Two-seater Pterodacytyl, 4 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • AFRICAN Motor Fuels to be Tested on Light Lorries, (261)
  • Agricultural and General Engineers, Ltd., 1, 201, 293
  • Air Compressors, Petrol-driven, Broom and Wade, Ltd., B.1. F., 285
  • Air Compressing Plant, Williams and James, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, i
  • Air Heater, Liesen and Co., 319, 320
  • Air in London's Tunnels, Condition of, (557)
  • Air Pollution in 1930-31, J. B. C. Kershaw, 176
  • Alcohol from Wood Cellulose, (13)
  • Alloy, " M G 7 " Light, J. Booth and Co., Ltd., 70
  • Alloy for Sheathing Electric Power and Telephone Cables, (261)
  • Alloys for Bearings, (157)
  • Aluminium Coating of Chill Moulds with Carbon Deposits, (560)
  • Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys for Tramcar Construction, (585)
  • Aluminium Competition, 1931, International, Results of, (407)
  • Aluminium Contractors' Wheelbarrows, (639)
  • Aluminium Factory for Kandalaksch, Russia, (313)
  • Aluminium Industry in Japan, (313)
  • Aluminium Paint, Spraying Timber with, (43)
  • Aluminium Powder, Preparation of, (211)
  • Aluminium Production in Canada, (261)
  • Aluminium, Production of World, (529)

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS

  • Concrete, Ready-mixed, 567
  • Developments in Mining, 567
  • Limestone and Limo Works, 567
  • Made Land in Chicago, 566
  • Pontoon Bridge at Wabasha, 567
  • AMERICAN Export Trade, Protection of, (535)
  • American Sea-going Train Ferry Steamers, E. E. R. Tratman, 388, 429, 446, 471
  • American Technical Societies Establish Provisional Engineers' Committee on Unemployment, (157)
  • Anchors and Chain Cables Act, 1899, Reprint of 1911 Edition, (639)
  • " Anglo-German Review," (597)

ANNUAL ARTICLES

  • A Retrospect, 15
  • Aeronautics in 1931, 2, 14, 36 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Bridges of 1931, Some, 17 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Electrical Engineering in 1931, 4, 39 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Harbours and Waterways in 1931, 53, 65
  • Locomotives of 1931, 16
  • Naval Construction in 1931, Hector C. Bywater, 7, 35 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Prime Movers in 1931, Progress of, 9
  • Railways in 1931, 94
  • Sanitary Engineering in 1931, 23
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in 1931, 17, 50, 76, 77 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Steel Conditions in 1931, International, E. T. Good, 11
  • Water Supply in 1931, 46, 67
  • APPLE Storage, Experiments in, (313)
  • Arctic Expedition, Government Grant to, (365)
  • " Armstrong Whitworth Record," (487)
  • Artesian 'Well at Virginia Water, 108
  • Artificial Fertiliser Factory at East Saint John Quebec, (270)
  • Asbestos Industry, Home Office Regulations, (129)
  • Asbestos Production in Canada, (99)
  • Asphalt Plant, 4-6-ton " Gummi.," Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.1. F. Suppl., 19.2.32, ii, iii

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES

  • ASSOCIATION, AMERICAN STANDARDS :
  • Symbols Adopted by Association, (557)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH ENGINEERS :
  • Council Appointments, (157)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH LAUNDERERS' RESEARCH :
  • Preventing Damage to Acetate Silk Fabrics by Overheating when Ironing, (129)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH STEELWORK :
  • Government Interest in the Steel Industry, 506
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH WATERWORKS :
  • Annual General Meeting and Conference at Bournemouth, Programme, 422
  • ASSOCIATION, COMMERCIAL MOTOR USERS :
  • Heavy Commercial Transport Conference, (287)
  • ASSOCIATION, DIESEL ENGINE USERS :
  • Cylinder Liner Wear, Engineer Rear-Admiral J. Hope Harrison, 563
  • Informal Dinner Report, 394
  • ASSOCIATION, FINSBURY TECHNICAL COLLEGE OLD STUDENTS :
  • Annual Dinner and Annual General Meeting, (379)
  • ASSOCIATION, INCORPORATED MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL : 696, 697
  • Annual Dinner, Cardiff, 697
  • Conference, Presidential Address, C. J. Morley Now, 696
  • Papers Organisation and Development of Small Electricity Undertakings, F. Newsy, 696
  • Public Lighting by Electricity, J. N. Waite and W. J. Jones, 697
  • Visit, 'Whitehead Iron and Steel Company, Ltd., 697
  • ASSOCIATION, OVERHEAD LINES :
  • Summer Meeting at Chesham, Provisional Programme, (513)
  • ASSOCIATION, REINFORCED CONCRETE :
  • Incorporated and Open to Membership, (679)
  • ASSOCIATION FOR ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE, AMERICAN :
  • Summer Meetings for 1932 and 1933, (449)
  • ASSOCIATION (INTERNATIONAL) FOR BRIDGE AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING :
  • Congress at Paris, 621
  • ASSOCIATION FOR BRIDGE AND STRUCTURAL ENGINEERING, INTERNATIONAL :
  • First Congress in Paris, 271
  • ASSOCIATION FOR TESTING MATERIALS, INTERNATIONAL :
  • General Meeting of British Branch, 528
  • Address by Dr. W. Rosonhain, 562
  • ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS :
  • Representatives to Imperial Conference, Ottawa, (595)
  • ASSOCIATION OF COLLIERY MANAGERS, NATIONAL : NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE BRANCH :
  • Coal Free from Cracks and Fissures Gas-tight, (456)
  • ASSOCIATION OF CONSULTING ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner Report, 271
  • Consulting Engineers and Corporate Publicity, S. C. Lewis, (679)
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, BELFAST :
  • Annual Dinner Report, (356)
  • ASSOCIATION OF ELECTRIC POWER COMPANIES, INCORPORATED :
  • Annual Report, 1931, (341)
  • Twenty-seventh Anniversary, 456
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER :
  • Coat Control in Engineering Industrips, Harold Wilmot, 205
  • Recent Developments in Manufacture of Welded Structures, L. Miller, (83)
  • Waste Heat Boiler and its Effects on Furnace Design, Operation and Output, G. R. Adamson, 165
  • INSTITUTE, AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL :
  • Stainless Iron and Steel Production, E. C. Smith, 663; (Loader, 669), 792
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • American Meeting Postponed, (57), (124)
  • Annual Dinner Report, 522
  • Annual General Meeting, Programme, 377
  • Papers : Action of Sea-water on Mild Steel, G. D. I Bengough and A. R. Lee, 550
  • Austenite Pearlite Inversion, Sir H. C. H. Carpenter, F.R.S., and J. M. Robertson, 521
  • Behaviour of Manganese in the Acid Open-Hearth Process, E. Maurer and W. Bischof, 550
  • Blast-furnace Engineering, Major W. R. Brown, 520
  • Determination of the Porosity of Tin Coatings on Steel, D. J. Macnaughtan, S. G. Clarke, and J. C. Prytherch, 551
  • Fourth Report on the Heterogeneity of Steel Ingots, by a Joint Committee of the Iron and Steel Institute and the National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers, 549
  • Heterogeneity of a Sand-Cast Steel Ingot, A. Kriz, 550
  • Influence of the More Common Elements in Inhibiting Needles in Nitrogen-Rich Steels and Arc Welds, L. W. Schuster, 522
  • Lattice Spacings of Iron-Aluminium Alloys, A. J. Bradley and A. H. Jay, 522
  • Properties of some Silico-Manganese Steels, G. Burns, 551
  • Recent Improvements in the Greenawalt Sintering Apparatus, J. Tornblad, 521
  • Some Experiments on the Nitrogen Hardening of Cast Iron, J. E. Hurst, 521
  • Theory and Practice of Nitrogen Case-hardening, Dr.-Ing. A. Fry, 521
  • Autumn Meeting, 377
  • Award of Bessemer Gold Medal to Professor Henry Louis, (211)
  • INSTITUTE, METALLOGRAPHIC, OF STOCKHOLM :
  • Reorganisation on Broader Lines, (606)
  • INSTITUTE OF BRITISH FOUNDRYMEN :
  • Annual Conference at Newcastle-uponTyne, Report, 676, 698
  • Presidential Address, by Mr. V. Stobie, 676
  • Papers :
  • Contraction, Distortion, and Camber in Grey Iron Castings, E. Longdon, 698
  • Ferrous and Non-ferrous Metals in the Foundry, Dr. W. Rosenhain, F.R.S., 698
  • Hardening Cast Iron, J. E. Hurst, 698
  • High Test Cast Iron in United States of America, R. A. MacPherran, 698
  • Introduction to Study of Moulding and Casting, J. Pillon, 698
  • Malleable Iron Sub-committee, Work of, 698
  • Quantity Production of Grey Iron Castings, J. O'Sullivan, 698
  • INSTITUTE OF CANADA, ENGINEERING :
  • Forty-sixth Annual Convention, Report of, 233
  • INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY :
  • Sir George Beilby Memorial Fund Awards, (625)
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • Report of Annual Dinner, 247
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • American Mooting Postponed, (27)
  • Annual Dinner, 308
  • Annual General Mooting (Provisional Programme, 137), 285, 306, 332
  • Presidential Address, by Sir Henry Fowler, 285
  • Papers :
  • Age Hardening of Some Aluminium Alloys of High Purity, Dr. Marie L. V. Gayler and G. D. Preston, 332
  • Behaviour of Single Crystals of Bismuth Subjected to Alternating Torsional Stresses, H. J. Gough and H. L. Cox, 332
  • Fogging of Nickel, Dr. W. H. J. Vernon, 332
  • Intercrystallino Corrosion of Duralumin, A. J. Sidery, K. G. Lewis, and H. Sutton, 308
  • Magnesium Alloy Protection by Selenium and other Coating Processes, G. D. Bengough and L. Whitby, 332
  • Note on the Interaction of Aluminium and Water Vapour, Dr. R. Seligman and P. Williams, 307
  • On the Influence of Temperature on the Elastic Behaviour of Various Wrought Light Metal Alloys, Dr. Franz

Bollenrath, 308

  • Pressure of Fluidity of Annealed Metals, 332
  • Properties of Copper in Relation to Low Stresses, 0. F. Hudson and J. McKeown, 307
  • Properties of Copper in Relation to Low Stresses, H. J. Tapsell and A. E. Johnson, 307
  • Relative Corrodibilities of Ferrous and non-ferrous Metals and Alloys, Part III., Final Report, Dr. J. Newton Friend, 307
  • Solubility of Aluminium in Magnesium in Solid State at Different Temperatures, P. Saldane and M. Zamotarin, 332
  • Some Bronze Specimens from Royal Graves at Ur, 332
  • Testing of Castings, General Discussion on, Dr. W. Rosenhain, 156, 185, 332
  • Thermal Conductivity of Some Non-Ferrous Alloys, Professor D. Hanson and C. E. Rodgers, 308
  • May Lecture, The Plastic Deformation of Metals, Dr. F. Kerber, (433), (513), 538
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS, AMERICAN :
  • Beryllium on Pure Copper, J. Kent Smith, (497)
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING ENGINEERS, NORTH STAFFORDSHIRE :
  • Production of Oil from Coal, Professor A. W. Nash, (395)
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • Congress at Buxton, (449), 523, 530
  • Scientific Research on the London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Sir Harold Hartley, 611
  • INSTITUTION, LOCOMOTIVE AND CARRIAGE :
  • Oil Locomotives and Steam Locomotives Compared, G. Strachan, 296
  • INSTITUTION, RAILWAY BENEVOLENT :
  • Annual Dinner Report, (509)
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • An Investigation of Performance of Gears, J. H. Hyde, G. A. Tomlinson, and G. W. C. Allan, 418; (Leader, 425)
  • Motor Car Transmission, L. H. Pomeroy, 189
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Meeting and Dinner, 242
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Conversazione, 642
  • Awards by the Council for Session 1931-32, (541)
  • Cementation in Severn Tunnel, Raymond Carpmael, 244
  • James Forrest Lecture, Some Aspects of the Corrosion Problem, W. R. Evans, 504, 532; (Leader, 503)
  • Jetty Works of Ford Motor Company at Dagenham, 205
  • Kelvin Medal Awarded to the Marchese Guglielmo Marconi, (487)
  • Provisional Report of Sub-committee of Institution on Drafting of Bills of Engineering Quantities, together with List of Units of Measurement to be Employed, (379)
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS : MANCHESTER ASSOCIATION :
  • Annual Dinner Report, 190
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, (197)
  • Benevolent Fund Golf Meeting, (487)
  • Centenary Celebrations of, S. A. Varley, (395)
  • Change Over of Low-tension Distribution Systems from Direct Current to Alternating Current, H. Blades and A. C. MacQueen, 390
  • Convorsazione to Overseas Members, (705)
  • Electrification on Great Indian Peninsula Railway, F. LydaII, 508
  • Faradt.ty Medal Awarded to Sir Oliver Lodge, (124), (474)
  • Kelvin Lecture, The Work of Oliver Heaviside, Dr. W. E. Sumpner, (474); (Leader, 477)
  • National Certificates and Diplomas, Revised Arrangements and Conditions of Award of, (395)
  • Scholarships in Electrical Engineering, 556
  • Summer Meeting at North Midland Centre, Provisional Programme, 379
  • Summer Meeting Visits, (475), 607
  • Atlas and Norfolk Works of Thos. Firth and John Brown, Ltd., 637
  • Fryston Colliery of Airedale Collieries, Ltd., 636
  • Hopkinsons, Ltd., Britannia Works, 607
  • Kirkstall Power Station, 607
  • Neepsend Power Station, 637
  • Thornhill Power Station, Yorkshire Electric Power Company, 636, 640
  • Meter and Instrument Section : Visit to Rugby, Programme, 379
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS AND BRITISH SECTION OF SOCIETE DES INOENIEURS CIVILS DE FRANCE :
  • Joint Meeting, Discussion, Standardisation of the Frequency of Electricity Supply in Paris, Monsieur P. Rieunier, 295
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, CLEVELAND :
  • Production of Oil from Coal by Hydro-genation, K. Gardon, (367)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, JUNIOR :
  • Annual Dinner Report, (487)
  • Artificial Cooling in Industrial and other Processes, B. C. Oldham, (79)
  • Ball Bearing Manufacture, Wilfrid Fish, 181
  • Electrically Welding Fabrication, E. P. S. Gardner, (423)
  • Large Telescopes, C. Young, (341)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIP BUILDERS, NORTH-EAST COAST :
  • Andrew Lang Lecture, (541)
  • Report on Fatigue of Mild Steel, 255; (Leader, 263)
  • Rivets in Shipbuilding, Robert Boardman, 590
  • INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN, ROYAL :
  • Electrical Conductivity of Metals at the Lowest Temperatures, Dr. J. C..W.Lellan, 635
  • Gifts to the Institution, (693)
  • Mechanics of Shifting Sand, Professor C. F. Jenkins, (261)
  • X-ray Crystal Analysis and its Various Applications, Sir Wm. Bragg, (458)
  • INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS :
  • Annual General Meeting, (423)
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • An Accelerated Test for Determination of Limiting Creep Stress of Metals, W. Barr and W. E. Bardgett, 231, 241
  • Annual General Meeting, Annual Report of Council, 231
  • Canadian Summer Meeting, 1932, Provisional Programme, 109
  • London Spring Meeting Programme, 454, 535
  • Machinability of Steel as Indicated by its Macrostructure, F. E. Robinson and C. T. Nesbitt, 350, 372; (Leader, 343)
  • Mechanism of Electric Locomotives, J. D. Twinberrow, 147, 153, 182
  • Port of London, Asa Binns, 534
  • Testing of Materials for Service in High Temperature Steam Plant, R. W. Bailey and A. M. Roberts, 231
  • Thomas Lowo Gray Lecture, Modern Types of Propelling Machinery for Mercantile Marine Use, Sterry B. Freeman, 74, 90; (Leader, 73)
  • North-Western Branch;
  • Mechanism of Electric Locomotives, J. D. Twinberrow, 180
  • Testing of Materials for Service in High-temperature Steam Plant, R. W. Bailey and A. M. Roberts, 255
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS : GRADUATES' SECTION :
  • Annual Dinner, 328
  • Strength and Behaviour of Steels at High Temperatures. Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 328
  • Visits, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., Bedford, 328; London Brick Company and Forders, Ltd., 328
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS :
  • Award of " Mayor and Coulson " Travelling Scholarship, (356)
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY :
  • Awards by the Council, (541)
  • Individual Member and his Institution, Presidential Address, S. W. Smith, 594.
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • Annual Meeting Programme, 270
  • Annual General Meeting, 316, 333, 348, 360, 375, 386, 401
  • Annual Dinner Report, 317
  • Presidential Address, Admiral of the Fleet the Rt. Hon. Lord Wester Wemyss, 316
  • Papers :
  • Cavitation Experiments on Model Propeller, Dr. G. Kempf, 386
  • Comparison of a Maier and a Normal Form, W. J. Lovett and E. H. Smith, 334
  • Electric Arc Welding in Ship Construction, J. Forster King and Dr. James Montgomerio, 333
  • Experimental Investigation upon Effect of Temperature on Skin Friction Resistance of Flat Plate Immersed in Turbulent Stream, J. H. Lamble,
  • Fuel Consumption of Steam-driven Auxiliaries in Diesel-engined Tankers, W. H. Dilworth, 388
  • Fuel for Merchant Ships, J. Johnson, 348, 360, 375
  • Mechanical Efficiency and Marine Oil Engines, E. Wilding, 387
  • Notes on Progress of Motor Shipping to Date, A. C. Hardy, 386, 401
  • Recent Improvements in Efficiency of Small Vessels, George A. Brown, 361
  • Screw Propellers of Varying Blade Section in Open Water, G. S. Baker and A. W. Riddle, 362
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Meeting, (185)
  • Changes in Railway Signals on French Railways, T. S. Lascelles, (501)
  • INSTITUTION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS :
  • Council Awards for Session 1930-31, (597)
  • SOCIETY, AMERICAN CHEMICAL :
  • Corrosion Protection in Oil Cracking Equipment, J. C. Morrell and G. Egloff, (501)
  • SOCIETY, ENGINEERING GOLFING :
  • Annual Meeting Report, 273
  • SOCIETY, MANCHESTER GEOLOGICAL AND MINING :
  • Corrosion of Iron Pipes by Underground Mine Waters, N. Simpkin, (295)
  • SOCIETY, NATIONAL SMOKE ABATEMENT :
  • Tabular Statement for Three Years of Atmospheric Pollution, (639)
  • SOCIETY, NEWCOMEN
  • Early History of Magnetism, J. B. Kramer, 297
  • Summer Meeting at Lichfield, Programme, 597; Report, 633
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF GREAT BRITAIN :
  • Annual Conversazione, 524
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL EMPIRE :
  • British and Canadian Steel Trade, Julian
  • Piggott, 125
  • SOCIETY, RUGBY ENGINEERING :
  • Hot Cathode Thyratrons, 364
  • SOCIETY, WHITWORTH :
  • Annual Dinner Report, (347)
  • SOCIETY FOR TESTING MATERIALS, AMERICAN:
  • Annual Spring Group Meetings, (185)
  • Viscosity - temperature Chart Adopted, (475)
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS, ROYAL :
  • Height of Buildings in Australia, J. F. Hennessy, (667)
  • Lighthouses, D. A. Stevenson, (99)
  • Romance of Museum Restoration, Dr. Scott, (395)
  • Thomas Gray Memorial Trust, 273
  • SOCIETY OF FRIENDS AND SUPPORTERS OF HAMBURG :
  • Conference on Hydro-dynamics of Ship Propulsion, 582
  • SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, AMERICAN :
  • Generation of Steam from Electric Boilers, B. A. Malkin, 522, 530
  • Heat Absorption in Water-cooled Furnaces, Professor W. L. De Baufre, 119
  • SOCIETY OF TOOL ENGINEERING, AMERICAN :
  • Formation in Detroit, (395)
  • SOCIETIES, ASSOCIATED SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL :
  • South Africa and Field of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, W. G. C. Nixon, (341)
  • SOCIETIES, OPTICAL AND PHYSICAL :
  • Amalgamation, (449)
  • Exhibition, 40, 08, 96
  • SOCIETY, PHYSICAL :
  • Guthrie Lecture, The Concept of Causality in Physics, Dr. Max Planck, (639)
  • ATMOSPHERIC Conditions in Blackwell and Rotherhithe Tunnels, 233
  • Australia, Statistics, Extent and Population, (693)
  • Automatic Combustion Control Apparatus at Hackney Power Station, G. Kent, Ltd., 579, 581
  • Axle-box, Roller Bearing, Delco-Remy and Hyatt, Ltd., 432

B

  • BAGASSE as Fuel, (475)
  • Baling Press, Hydraulic Scrap, Rose, Downs and Thompson, Ltd., 162, 163
  • Ball Bearing Manufacture, 181
  • Ball and Roller Bearings for Sliding Mechanisms, Hoffman Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 593
  • Barbed Wire Making Machine, Whitecross Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 285
  • Barrage at Gebel Aulia, 87
  • Barrage at Sukkur on the Indus, Lloyd, 61? 104, 105
  • Bearings, Ball and Roller, for Sliding Mechanism, Hoffman Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 593
  • Beauharnois Power Corporation and Work during Winter, (99)
  • Belt Drive Mounting, Crofts (Engineers), Ltd., 647
  • Benzyl Cellulose, (185)
  • Bicycle, Electrically Propelled, Trials in Holland, (501)
  • Blyth Harbour Commission's Jubilee, (693)
  • Board of Trade, Presidents and Re-election on Appointment, (475)

BOILERS

  • Benson Boilers at Langerbrugge, 9
  • Boiler, Electrode, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, v
  • Boiler Equipment at Hackney Power Station, Simon-Carves, Ltd., 578
  • Boiler Troubles on South African Railways, (613)
  • Boiler Explosions, Relative Age of Boiler and, (99)
  • Boiler for Distilling Water, Electrode, Bastian and Allen, Ltd., 366
  • Boiler with Mechanical Stoker, Meldrums, LW., B.J.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vi
  • Boilers, Economic and Lancashire, John Thompson (Wolverhampton), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Boilers at Helsingfors Power Station, Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 476, 482, 483, 498, 499
  • Care of Boilers, (128)
  • Express Sectional Boiler for H.M.S. " Guardian," Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 51
  • Fire-grate for Lancashire Boilers, The " Wade," 567
  • " Flamma " Smoke Consumer, Hartley, Sons and Co., 110
  • High-pressure Boilers and Scale, (43)
  • " International Combustion " Boiler, Heat Absorption in Water-cooled Furnaces, 119
  • Johnson Boiler, Clarke, Chapman and Co., Ltd., 50, 51
  • Johnson Boiler Developments, 50, 51
  • Lancashire Boilers, " Wade " Form of Fire-grate for, Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, 567
  • Loeffler Boilers from Witkowitz Corporation for Technical Institute, Moscow, (341)
  • Waste Heat Boiler and its Effects on Furnace Design, Operation, and Output, G. R. Adamson, 165
  • Yarrow Boilers Under Construction, 51
  • BOILING Water, Foaming of, 595
  • Boot and Shoe Factory on North Bank of Thames, Proposed, (70)
  • Bowness Bay, Dredging of, (688)
  • Box Forming Machine, Folding, Rounding, and, James Bonnie and Sons, Ltd., 404

BRIDGES

  • Bascule Bridge to be Built to Replace South Halsted streetLift Bridge Over Chicago River, (13)
  • Benue Bridge in Nigeria, Sir William Arrol and Co., Ltd., 574, 575, 586, 602, 603, 614
  • Boonville, Mo., Bridge Completed, (423)
  • Bridge Across Cauvery River Opened, (475)
  • Bridge and Structural Engineering Congress in Paris, 620
  • Bridge at Ramakona will be Submerged During Floods, (693)
  • Bridge Between Masnedo and Falater Islands, Proposed, (13)
  • Bridge Near Shardlow to be Rebuilt in Concrete, (395)
  • Bridge Over Humber at Hull, Proposed, (613)
  • Bridge Over River Riachuelo, Argentine, Proposed, (99)
  • Bridge to Connect Venice with Mainland, (313)
  • Brisbane River Bridge, Proposed, (367)
  • Buffalo River Bridge at East London, (423)
  • Burrard Inlet Bridge Nearing Completion, (475)
  • Charing Cross Bridge and Government Grant, (237)
  • Danube Bridge Completed, (233)
  • George Washington Bridge Over Hudson River, 17 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • George Washington Bridge Near Pittsburg, Large Concrete Arch of, (367)
  • Interesting Bridge Replacement Operation Over River Taro, Italy, 668, 671
  • International Congress for Bridge and Structural Engineering, (181)
  • Kill van Kull Bridge, New York, 17 (Supplement, January let, 1932)
  • Lambeth Bridge, Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 630, 631
  • Lower Zambesi Bridge, Progress on, (423)
  • Lukonde Bridge on Tanganyika Railways, Reconstructed, 278
  • North Circular Road Railway Bridge, London and North-Eastern Railway, 178, 186
  • Railway Bridge Over River Esk, (261)
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridge at Philadelphia Built by Cantilevering Process, (185)
  • Steel Arch Bridge Over Merrimack River Constructed by Unusual Methods, (341)
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge Officially Handed Over, (313)
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 304, 314, 330, 358, 359, 384, 412, 413, 440, 466 (Two-page Supplement, March 18th, 1932; Four-page Supplement, April 8th, 1932)
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Reprint of Articles, (535), 608
  • Waterloo Bridge, 61, 117, 201, 214
  • Waterloo Bridge, L.C.C. and Fees Payable to Architect and Engineers, (449)
  • Welded Bridge over River Gryfe, (211)
  • Willingdon Bridge at Calcutta Opened, 1
  • BLAST-FURNACE under Test at Workington, Improved, (129)
  • Blast of 120,000 Tons of Granite at Furnace Quarries, Loch Tyneside, (129)
  • British Chemical Standards, (137)
  • British Engineering Standards and Foreign Markets, 619

BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION (late BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS

  • ASSOCIATION)
  • 87, 103, 251, 619, (625), 673
  • Annual General Meeting and Luncheon, (625), 673
  • Foreign Markets, 619
  • Index to Specifications, 271
  • Specifications :
  • Black Bolts and Nuts, Lock Nuts and Washers, 291
  • Braided Cables, 484
  • British Standard Screws, 621
  • Cast Iron Spigot and Socket Drain Pipes, 271
  • Channels and Beams for Structural Purposes. 500
  • Cooker Control Units, 323
  • Copper for Electrical Purposes, 525
  • Derrick Cranes (Power Driven), 525
  • Fusion Temperature of Coal Ash, 621
  • Machine Cut Gears, 621
  • Milling Cutters and Reamers, 50
  • Portable Accumulators and Secondary Batteries (Lead-acid Type), 291
  • Radio Valves and Sockets, 556
  • Road Materials, 109
  • Solders, 223
  • Stationary Accumulators (Lead-acid Plante Positive Type), 291
  • Steelwork in Building, 500
  • Symbols for Electrical Wiring, 556
  • Terminals for Electrical Apparatus used for Railway Signalling, 385
  • Tests of Galvanised Wire, 500
  • Track Relays, Neutral, 525
  • Voltages for New Systems and Installations, 385
  • BRITISH Trade with Egypt, Report of United Kingdom Trade Mission, (71)
  • Building Industry, Testing Work for, (487)
  • Building Research, Report for 1930, 125

C

  • CADMIUM, United States Production of Metallic, (613)
  • Calendars, Diaries, &c., 22, 57, 111, 169
  • Camouflaging a Water Standpipe with Masonry, (71)

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS

  • Alberta Tar Sands, 22
  • Bridge Over Fraser River, South of Vancouver, 193
  • Chignecto Canal, 193
  • Coking Plant for Head of Lakes, 193
  • Deep Mining, 245
  • Derrick Vesssel, Large-power, 481
  • Diatomite, Production in Quantity of, 22
  • Difficult Salvage Job, 245
  • Hydro-electric Power Expansion in Nova Scotia, 193
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme for Saskatchewan, 22
  • Machinery, 193
  • Manitoba's Metal Industry, 481
  • Mineral Production 22
  • Mining Industry, 245
  • Mining Plant for Kirkland Lake, 193
  • Morfit Process in Lignite Fields, 193
  • Natural Gas Conservation, 22
  • Oil Burners to be Tested in Canada, 193
  • Oilfield in Southern Alberta, 193
  • Oil Refinery at Manchester, Alberta, 351
  • Ontario's Mining Industry, 22
  • Pacific Great Eastern Railway, 193
  • Radium Refinery, 481
  • Reconstruction Completed at Saint John, 351
  • St. Lawrence Situation, 22
  • St. Lawrence Water Levels, 481
  • Sodium Sulphate Industry, 193
  • Typewriter Industry, 351
  • Vancouver's Tunnelling Project, 351
  • Water Supply Project for Toronto, 22
  • Waterway Negotiations, 193
  • Winter Hauling Task, 245
  • Wireless Research, 22
  • CANAL Across Nicaragua, Proposed Route, (13)
  • Canal Companies and Coalowners, (43)
  • Canal System from Regent's Canal Dock to Leicester, (129)
  • Canal Traffic in England, (367)
  • Cape Town City Improvements to Cover Three Years, (639)
  • Capillary Tube Drawing Bench, 208
  • Carbon-dioxide in " Dry Ice " Manufacture, (475)
  • Car-building Plant near Tagi to Have Large Output by 1933, (13)
  • Case-hardening Process, Cassel Cyanide, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F., Suppt., 19.2.32, i
  • Castings, Blackheart, Leys Malleable Castings,
  • Ltd., B.I.F., 285
  • Catalogues, 57, 83, 113, 169, 197, 223, 247, 325, 353, 407, 435, 541, 569, 625, 651, 679, 705
  • Cement Setting Expedited by Use of Baking Powder, (613)
  • Cement and Concrete Products Research Laboratory near Watford, (475)
  • Cementation in Severn Tunnel, 244
  • Centenary of James Wimahurst's Birth, (449)
  • Centenary of Production of Steel Nib Penholder, (211)
  • Century-old Manufacturing Firm in Great Britain, (313)
  • Chain Drive for Cork Mill in Linoleum Factory, Coventry Chain Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vii
  • Chalmers, Dr. T. W., 671
  • Chicago Claims First " Skyscraper " Ever Built, (367)
  • China Clay Producers Form Association, (367)
  • Chromium Plating Vat, W. Canning and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., Suppt., 19.2.32, iii
  • Cinnabar Ore Deposits Discovered in Pike County, Arkansas, (395)
  • Civil Engineering Degree Recognised in India, (287)
  • Clock, Gearless Electric, Westinghouse Electric Company, 701
  • Clocks, Electric, British Sangamo Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 284'
  • Clocks, Talking, (313)

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES

  • " Back to Coal " Deputation, 465
  • Bituminous Coal in United States, Decline for Industrial Purposes, (613)
  • Blasting in Coal Mines, Use of Cardox Carbon-dioxide Cartridges, (639)
  • British Coal Exports, Effect of Import Restrictions to Foreign Countries, (529)
  • British Coal in Demand for Finland, (501)
  • Coal and Oil, 201
  • Coal Available in India, (449)
  • Coal Breaker, Three-stage, Hadfields, Ltd., 646
  • Coal-burning Central Stations and Dual System of Firing, (13)
  • Coal Cutters in Indian Coal Mines, (236)
  • Coal Discovery in Iwu District, China, (287)
  • Coal Dust Removed by Vacuum Cleaner at Copper Cliff Refinery, (13)
  • Coal Dryer, Vertical, at Barrow Colliery, near Barnsley, Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, Ltd., 128
  • Coal Exports from British Ports, Statistics, (557)
  • Coal Exports from Port of Goole, (129)
  • Coalfields in India, Remarkable Features of Seams, (449)
  • Coal from Sakoa, Madagascar, (313)
  • Coal Gas Consumption in Great Britain, Value of, (261)
  • Coal-handling Plant at Hackney Power Station, Simon-Carves, Ltd., 578
  • Coal-handing Plant for Dover, (185)
  • Coal Imports of Hamburg, (613)
  • Coal Output of Canadian Mines, 1931, (417)
  • Coal Production in Russia, 1931, (313)
  • Coal Shipped from Sunderland during 1931, (341)
  • Coal Tar Products Industries of Germany, Report of, (99)
  • Coke Oven Fumes and Poisoning of Grass and Soil Nearby, (237)
  • Cost of Coal to Cape Town Electricity Undertaking, (71)
  • Dover as a Coaling Port, (667)
  • Dust on Mine Roads, Dryness Essential in, (693)
  • Electrically Operated Conveyors for Coal at Cardiff Docks, (341)
  • Explosives in Coal Mines, Permitted, (157)
  • Fatal Accidents in American Bituminous Coal Mines, (693)
  • Firedamp in Mines, Detection of, (639)
  • Fuel Research Board's Report for 1931, 54
  • Hydrogenation Process of Coal at Leuna Works, Germany, (341)
  • Mechanical Handling of Coal Underground, (261)
  • Safety in Mines, General Conference on, (367)
  • Safety in Mines, Report of International Conference on, (557)
  • Safety on Mine Haulages, Investigations into, (529)
  • Spitzbergen Coal for Norwegian State Railways, (693)
  • Underground Gasification of Coal near Moscow, (341), (395)
  • COBALT Ore Transported by Air, (395)
  • Coiling Machine, Direct Motor-driven Three-roller, Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., B.I.F., 259
  • Colour Council, British, and Standard Colour Card, (71)
  • Company Registration in China, Regulations for, (287)
  • Compressor, Two-stage, Holloway, Laycock Engineering Company, 458
  • Concrete, Harm from Freezing, (423)
  • Concrete for Image of the God Buddha, for Tokyo, (449)
  • Concrete Plant for Cauvery Metur Dam, Hadfields, Ltd., 158, 166
  • Concrete Roads, Design and Behaviour of, 108
  • Condenser Degreasing, Method for, (557)
  • Condenser for Brooklyn Edison Company, Surface, Ingersoll Rand Company, 648
  • Condensing Plant at Hackney Power Station, Surface, Hick, Hargreaves and Co., Ltd., 578, 580, 581
  • Contraction of Holes by Press Work, H. C. Lane, 538
  • Contracts, 27, 83, 111, 141, 200, 223, 247, 271, 299, 356, 379, 407, 461, 513, 569, 628, 679
  • Conveyor, Chain, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, B.I.F., 260
  • Conveyor, 20ft. Portable, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, B.I.F., 260
  • Conveyor, " Webb," Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, B.I.F., 260
  • Conveyors and Elevators, Redler Patents, B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, viii
  • Cooling Towers and Fuel Storage Tanks at Film Studios, Ealing, Premier Cooler and Engineering Company, 122
  • Cooling Water for Condensers from Natural Brine, (613)
  • Copper Basin Discovered on Katanga Railway, (395)
  • Copper Deposits Discovered in Siberia, (237), (313)
  • Copper Lode Discovered in North Sweden, (99)
  • Copper Productiort from its Ores, (313)
  • Copper Production in Quebec, (667)
  • Copper Roofing Materials, Weathering Tests on, 685
  • Copper and Bronze, Atmospheric Effect on, (693)
  • Corrosion Problem, Some Aspects of, U. R. Evans' James Forrest Lecture, 504, 532; (Leader, 503)
  • Corrosion-resistant Properties in Metal Parts, (667)
  • Cost Control in Engineering Industries, 205
  • Crane, Wrecking Obsolete Crane at Vickers Works, Sheffield, (395)
  • Crane, Petrol Engine Driven Mobile, R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 310
  • Crane Hook Weigher, G. Salter and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, v
  • Crane Safety Device, G. Salter and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, v
  • Cranes, Demag Suspension, 320
  • Cranes, Safe Load Indicator for, John M. Henderson and Co., Ltd., 70,1
  • Cranes for Lochaber Power Scheme, Mono-tower, Butters Brothers and Co., 700
  • Cranes, Petrol-electric, at Sydney Harbour, (157)
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels—Weekly
  • Cyanide and Killing of Fish in Tees Estuary, (157)
  • Cylinder Liner Wear, Eng. Rear-Admiral J. Hope Harrison, 563
  • Cylinder Unit of Christiansen Engine, 52

D DAMS

  • Aerial Dam on Lewis River, Washington Creates Lake Twelve Miles Long, (13)
  • Gebel Aulia Dam on White Nile, Work to be Resumed, (99)
  • Hoover Dam, Three Thousand Men Employed on, (43); Approximate Time of Completion Reduced by One Year, (237)
  • Prettyboy Dam, Baltimore, 553, 558
  • DEANE, H. J., Jetty Works of Ford Motor Company at Dagenham, 205
  • " Defirust " Works at Darlington, 288, 293
  • Department of Overseas Trade, Facilities Offered to Firms Interested, (185)
  • Detection of Fine Cracks in Metal, (185)
  • Diamonds Discovered in Limestone Formation near Coega, S. Africa, (423)
  • Disarmament and the Armaments Industries, 220
  • Disarmament and Unemployment, 280; (Erratum, 325)
  • Diversion of Colorado River at, Hoover Darn, (211)
  • Dock for Ocean-going Steamers at Ruva, near Bombay, (341)
  • Dominion Observatory at Ottawa, Inspection by Visitors, (501)
  • Drainage in York and Doncaster, Great Cost to Prevent Flooding, (639)
  • Draughtsmen's Pencils, " Mars Lumograph," (541)

DREDGERS

  • Dipper Dredger " Cyclope," 21
  • Dredger, Sand Pump Hopper, for Mersey, (481)
  • Dredger for Thames Service, Bucket, Ferguson Brothers (Port-Glasgow), Ltd., 422
  • Suction Hopper Dredger " Palcomayo," 21
  • DRYER, Vertical Coal at Barrow Colliery, near Barnsley, Brightside Foundry and Engineering Company, Ltd., 128
  • " Dry-Flo " Tank Cars, General American Tank Car Corporation, 510
  • Duplicating Machine Factory in Toronto, (367)
  • Durban South Breakwater Completed, (423)
  • Dust Collector, " Hay," Hardypick, Ltd., B.I. F. Suppt., 26.2.32, ii
  • Dust in Flue Gases, Precipitation of, (367)
  • Dust from Andean Volcanoes Examined by British Museum Authorities, (557)

E

  • EDUCATIONAL Intelligence, 197

ELECTRICAL MATTERS

  • Aburgavenny Electricity Supply, (500)
  • Air Insulated Transformer Bank for One Million Volts, Dr. W. Hater, 363
  • Allmaenna Svenska Elektriska Aktiobolaget, Work in Hand, (585)
  • Aluminium for Electrical Conductors, (557)
  • Aro Lamp, Small, Bellingham, Stanley, Ltd., 69
  • " Bantam " Star Delta Starter, George Ellison, Ltd., 236
  • Batteries Imported into England, Decline of, (013)
  • Batteries, Stationary, Specific Gravity of the Electrolyte of, (43)
  • Battersea Power Station, Progress on, 5 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Bolton Electricity Committee and Control of Frequency Supply at " Back-o' th' Bank " Generating Station, (120)
  • British Electrical Manufacturers and Argentine, 173
  • British Electrical Research, 173
  • " Bureau Electricitas " Formation in Paris of, (99)
  • Bus-bar Switchgear, Duplicate, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, v
  • Cable Laying by Plough in America, (287)
  • Cable Laying Simplified for Short Lengths, (313)
  • Cable Separator Box, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 259
  • Cable Tunnel Completed Under Hooghley River, Calcutta, (423)
  • Callender's Jubilee, 411
  • Cape Town's 33,000-volt Alternator, 277
  • Central Electricity Board's Fourth Annual Report, 338
  • Cinema Arc Rectifier, Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Circuit Breaker, A.C., Record Electrical Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, ii
  • Control Gear, Electric, Donovan and Co., B.I.F., 309
  • Control Clear for A.C. Motors, Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., 80
  • D.C. to A.G. Change-over Problems, 213
  • Dry Cells for Pocket Torches and High-tension Batteries, (501)
  • Early History of Magnetism, J. B. Kramer, 297
  • Electric Arc Welding in Ships, 137
  • Electric Boilers, 522
  • Electric Cable Heating Machine, W. Canning and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, iii
  • Electric Cell for Control of Current Flow in New York Lifts, (341)
  • Electric Kilns for Burning Clay, (639)
  • Electric Lighting Accessories, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 259
  • Electric Locomotives, Mechanism of, J. D. Twinberrow, 147, 153, 182, 217
  • Electric Motor Bolt-drive Mounting, Crofts (Engineers), Ltd., 647
  • Electric Motors on Farms in United States, (237)
  • Electric Power Generation in Canada, Statistics, (449)
  • Electric Power Used in Canadian Mining, (667)
  • Electric Refrigerator Factory for Hamilton, Ontario, (71)
  • Electric Storage Batteries for Winnipeg, United States Firm put up Factory for, (13)
  • Electric Supply for Thirstin Mills, Honley, Provided in Record Time by Yorkshire Electric Power Company, (13)
  • Electric Supply Undertaking Output in Germany, (585)
  • Electric Trams to be Replaced by Omnibuses on Four Routes in Hull, (129)
  • Electric Winder at Lake Shore Mines at Kirkland Lake, Ontario, (43)
  • Electrical Apparatus Manufacture in Russia, (211)
  • Electrical Apparatus and Machinery, Imports into United Kingdom, (585)
  • Electrical Conductivity of Metals at Lowest Temperatures, Dr. J. C. M'Lellan, 635
  • Electrical Developments in Chester, (639)
  • Electrical Equipment Requirements of Russia, (287)
  • Electrical Equipment and Mining Plant at Mount Isa Mines, General Electric Company, Ltd., 415, 424
  • Electrical Exhibit at Sussex County Agricultural Show, (529)
  • Electrical Installations in Japan, (667)
  • Electrical Line Construction and Stresses of Timber Poles,(613) :
  • Electrical Machinery and Apparatus Imports into Italy, (667)
  • Electrical Manufacturers and French Quota, 670
  • Electrical Plant Extensions at Hammersmith, (129)
  • Electrical Power Development in Manitoba, (237)
  • Electrical Power Schemes in South Africa, Development of, (71)
  • Electrical Scientific Devices, British Thorn son-Houston Company, Ltd., 13.1.F. Suppt. 26.2.32, iii
  • Electrically Controlled Heaters for Seed Beds, (475)
  • Electrically Driven Sugar Cane Mills for Natal, Mirrlees Watson Company, Ltd., 686, 687, 694
  • Electrically Welded Fractionating Columns, Thompson Brothers (Bilston), Ltd., 219
  • Electricity Charges in South Africa, (449)
  • Electricity Commissioners' Report on Generation of Electricity in Great Britain, 1931, 647
  • Electricity Commissioners' Official Returns of Units Generated by Authorised Undertakers in Great Britain : Statistics, December, 1931, (107); January, 1932, (233); February, 1932, (337); March, 1932, (423); April, 1932, (529)
  • Electricity Costs in Cape Town, (693)
  • Electricity for Commercial Purposes in Mysore, Cheap, (43)
  • Electricity Supply for City of Bhusawal, Proposed, (423)
  • Electricity Supply for Lichtenburg, Report by A. E. Val Davies, (449)
  • Electricity Supply for Tirupur, Madras Presidency, (99)
  • Electricity Works of Cape Town Municipality, (693)
  • Electrification Schemes in Moscow, (585)
  • Electrification of Colliery Plant at Now Hartley Hastings Pit, (71)
  • Electrification of Farms in United States, (501)
  • Electrification of French Railways, 612
  • Electrification of Glasgow Subway, Report on Proposed, (557)
  • Electrification of Surface Railways, Lord Monkswell, (647)
  • Electrification on Groat Indian Peninsula Railway, F. Lydall, 508
  • Electrolytic Condensers on A.C. Circuits, Power Losses, (136)
  • Electrode Boiler for Distilling Water, Bastian and Allen, Ltd., 366
  • Electrode Furnace, Wild Hollow, (449)
  • Electrostatic Capacity of Control Circuit of Remotely Controlled Motors, (391)
  • Enclosed Ventilated Motors, Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • European Railway Electrification, 451
  • Express Passenger Train Electrification, F. Lydell, 459; (Leader, 451)
  • Faraday House Electrical Engineering College, Annual Examinations, (223)
  • Ferranti Exhibition, 703
  • Flame-proof Motor, J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, i
  • Flame-proof Motors, Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, v
  • Flame-proof Motors for Mines, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 701
  • Fractional Horse-power Electric Motors, Toronto Factory to Manufacture, (211)
  • Frequency Standardisation at Birmingham and London, (459)
  • Frequency Standardisation in Paris, 295
  • Geared Motors, Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Generating Plant at Film Studios at Ealing, Oil Engine-driven, General Electric Company. Ltd., 122, 130
  • Generating Set, 150-kW A.C. Oil Engine-driven, for Film Studio at Ealing, General Electric Company, Ltd., 122, 130
  • Generating Sets, 400-kW D.C. Oil Engine driven, for Film Studio at Ealing, General Electric Company, Ltd., 122, 130
  • Generator, 50-kW Turbo, 234
  • Generator, 132-kW Allen D.C., W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 234
  • Grid in South Scotland, 87
  • Hams Hall Sub-station, 5 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • High-tension Cables, J. 0. Evans, 638
  • High-tension Overhead Lines, Safe Earthing of, (629)
  • Hot Cathode Thyratrons, L. J. Davies, 364
  • Import Duties Advisory Committee, 269
  • Insulating Materials, Gutta-Percha Company, B.I.F., 236
  • Insulating Materials, " Fosalsil " Heat, Moler Products, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, i
  • Insulators for Isolating Switchgear and Busbars, Steatite and Porcelain Products, Ltd., 294
  • Instruments for Heating Installation at Unilever House, Negretti and Zambra, 675
  • International Electrical Congress, 1932, Paris, (464)
  • Ironbridge Power Station, 5, 6
  • Kirkstall Power Station, Hopkinson.' Panel Typo Engine-room Telegraphs at, 607
  • Leningrad to Receive Power from 800 Miles' Transmission Line, (557), (613)
  • Location of Fuse Blocks in Electrical Installations, (185)
  • Lochabor Hydro-electric Power Undertaking, 262, 264
  • Magnetic Balance of Main Field Circuits, (129)
  • Magnetic Moulder, British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 109
  • Mercury Switch On-load Transformer Tar Changing Gear, Ferranti, Ltd., 191
  • Meter, Single-phase, British Sangamo Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 284
  • Minister of Transport's Message to Electrical Industry, 1
  • Models and Analogies for Demonstrating Electrical Principles, A. H. Douglas, 252
  • Montreal Light, Heat, and Power Consolidated Report for 1931, (390)
  • Montreal Places all Electric Cables Underground, (211)
  • Motors, Single-phase, Split-phase, Induction, Electro Dynamic Construction Company, B.I.F., 283
  • Moving Coil Voltage Regulators, 210
  • Municipal Power Costs in South Africa, Statistics, (529)
  • Osram Lamp Making Machinery, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 258
  • Outdoor Sub-station Lattice Steel Structures, A. M. Spruce, 554, 589
  • Overhead Electric Cables, Protest by Poynton (East Cheshire), (157)
  • Overload Device, Three-phase Time Lag, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.P. Suppe., 19.2.32, vii
  • Panel Heating, Low-temperature, (639)
  • Pedal Generator for Wireless Operation, Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company, Ltd., 322
  • Plug and Socket, Flameproof, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppe., 19.2.32, v
  • Power from Vaal River, (529)
  • Power Station Extensions at Hackney, 578-582
  • Portable Surge Generator in United States, (557)
  • Process Steam-electric Plant in Africa, 127
  • Rectifier Equipment at Harrow, 1000-kW Automatic, Bruce Peebles and Co., Ltd., 672
  • Rectifier for Private Telephone Installations, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd., B.1.10. Suppe., 26.2.32, iii
  • Rectifier Operating Creed Telowriter Machine, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd., B.1.F., Suppe., 26.2.32, iii
  • Regenerative Control on Glasgow Electric Tramways, (157)
  • Regulators, Moving Coil Voltage, Ferranti, Ltd., 210
  • Regulators for Generating Sets, Villiers Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppe., 26.2.32, v
  • Repulsion Induction Motor, Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., B.I.F., 234
  • Resistance Vacuum Furnace, A. J. Maddock and H. Cheney, 403
  • Rural Electrification in France, (613)
  • Russian Electrical Industry, (287)
  • Shanghai Power Station, Sulzer Oil Engines for, 647
  • Shannon Power Scheme, Extensions at Ardnacrusha, (529)
  • Small Power Transformers for 132-kV Circuits, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 566
  • Spondon Power Station, Turbo-electric Feed Pump at, G. and J. Weir, Ltd., 673
  • Starter, " Bantam " Star-delta, G. Ellison, Ltd., B.I.F., 236
  • Sub-station, 132-kV Outdoor, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 259
  • Swan, Sir Joseph Wilson, F.R.S., Memorial Scholarships, (513)
  • Switch to Operate Without Noise, (629)
  • Switchgear, Laboratory for Mechanical Testing of, Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., 365
  • Switchgear and Control Gear, M. and C. switchgear, Ltd., B.1. F., 309
  • Switchgear at Hackney Power Station, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 678, 582
  • Time Control, 50 H.P. Inductive, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppe., 19.2.32, vii
  • Towers for Overhead Lines, Typos of, 338, 339
  • Tramways and Trolley Omnibuses, 31
  • Transformer Testing under Now Methods, (529)
  • Transformers for Barking Power Station, Hackbridge, 1
  • Transformers for Durban, Hackbridge, (71)1
  • Transient Voltage Stresses in Power Transformers, K. K. PaluelT, 480, 495, 518, 551;
  • Letter, E. T. Norris, Ferranti, Ltd., 634
  • " Tufnol " Synthetic Resin Varnish Products, Ellison Insulations, Ltd., B.I.F., 260
  • Turbo-alternator at Hackney Power Station, 30,000-kW, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 578, 580, 581
  • Turbo-generator, Special Tests on, (565)
  • Turbo-generator, 18,000-kW, for New Jersey Pressure of 730 lb. per square inch, (476)
  • Turbo-generator Set, 50-kW, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 234
  • Two-power Station Accidents in U.S.A., 457
  • Underground Electric Cables, Protection of, (313)
  • Ventilation and Cooling of Turbo-alternators, 233
  • Visit of South African Students to English Electrical Company's Stafford Works, (197)
  • ELEVATORS for Skyscrapers, Double-deck, (613)
  • Elevators in Skyscrapers, Westinghouse Electric Company's Large Contract for, (287)
  • Engine-room Artificers, Training of, 121
  • Engineering Improvements in Technical Processes, (320)
  • Engineering Inspection, Justification of Organised, W. P. Digby, 118, 151
  • Engineering Inspection, Radium in, V. E. Pullin, 492, 493, 494 (Supplement, May 6th, 1932)
  • Engineering Outlook, Fiscal Policy and the, 215
  • Engineers' German Circle, Inaugural Meeting, (129)

ENGINES AND MOTORS

  • Coal Dust Engines, Pawlikowski, 10, 11
  • Diesel Engine Lubrication, Scientific and Economic, (379)
  • Diesel Engines at Sea, Extensive Use of Large, (185)
  • Diesel Engines of the Future, (185)
  • Early Steam Engines in North of England, Professor Henry Louis, (287)
  • Engine, Compound Winding, for South Africa, 366, 368
  • Engine, Cylinder Unit of Christiansen, 52
  • Gas Engines, Speed Regulation when Operating in Parallel, (528)
  • Markets for Internal Combustion Engines, 190
  • Mercury Engine, Malone, 10, 11
  • Oil Engine, Three-cylinder High -speed Heavy, Petters, Ltd., 137
  • Oil Engino, Workspoor Supercharged, for Anglo-Saxon Oil Tankers, 77
  • Oil Engine, 85 B.H.P. Cold-starting, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., B.I.F., 207
  • Oil Engino, 200 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 234
  • Oil Engine, 4000 B.H.P. Double-acting, Two-stroke, Vickers-M.A.N., 77
  • Oil Engine Machinery for German Battleship " Deutschland," M.A.N. 56,800 B.H.P., 76, 77
  • Oil Engines for Generating Power at Film Studios, Ealing, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 122, 130
  • Oil Engines for Omnibuses in Manchester, (423)
  • Oil Engines for Shanghai, Sulzer Bros., 647
  • Oil Engines, 6 B.H.P. to 13 B.H.P., Humboldt-Deutz Motoren A.G., 320
  • Petrol Engines, Pistons and Piston Rings of, (75)
  • Petrol Engines and Loss of Powor at High Altitudes, (619)
  • Water Engine, Malone, 10, 11
  • EROSION of Steam Turbine Blades, F. W. Gardner, 146, 174, 202
  • Excavation Work on Tummel Development, Grampian Powor Scheme, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., 336, 337
  • Excavator Building in Urals, (537)
  • Excavators, Oil Engine-driven, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., R.I.P. Suppt., 19.2.32, iv

EXHIBITIONS

  • British Exhibition in Denmark, 466
  • British Industries Fair, 1932, Size of Castle Bromwich Section, (71)
  • British Industries Fair, Birmingham, 206, 234, 258, 281, 309 (Eight-page Supplement, February 19th, 1932; February 26th, 1932)
  • Building Exhibition, Proposed Permanent, 277
  • Copenhagen Exhibition, Textile Trades at, (341)
  • Exhibition Commemorating Centenary of Demolition of Old London Bridge, (43)
  • Exhibition of Ferranti Productions, 703
  • Exhibition of Machinery Suitable for Bitumen, Cement, and Timber in India, 110
  • I.C.I. Industrial Products Exhibition, 608
  • Leipzig Fair, Engineering and Building Section, (111)
  • Leipzig Technical Fair, 266, 290, 318, 319
  • Paris Trade Fair, 1932, (487)
  • Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 40, 68, 96
  • Scandinavian Exhibition, British Goods for, (313)
  • EXPLOSION of Stop Valve and Governor, Report, (341)
  • Explosives, Physical Testing of, (449)
  • Extraction of Oil from McMurray Tar Sands, (475)

F

  • FACTORIES and Labour Conditions, (261)
  • Failure of Blow-down Pipe through Freezing After " Blow-down," (13)
  • Federation of British Industries, Industry and Finance, Report, 609
  • Fertiliser Factory at East St. John, Quebec, (258)
  • Film Studios at Ealing, Associated Radio Pictures, Ltd., 122, 130
  • Firefioat Service in New York, (395)
  • Fiscal Policy and the Engineering Outlook, 215
  • Flag Poles from British Columbia, Notable, (423)
  • Floating Dock for South Africa, (395)
  • Floods in Thames and Wey Valleys, E. S. Bellasis, 336
  • Flowing Water (Irrigation), 604
  • Foaming of Boiling Water, 595
  • Foreign Firms Manufacturing in Great Britain, (639)
  • Forthcoming Engagements— Weekly
  • Foundries, Roll-over Squeeze Strip for, Pneulec, LW., B.I.F., 260

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES

  • African Lorry Trials, 85
  • Air Extractor, Super, 653
  • Anthracite Coal, 489
  • Art and Engineering, 681
  • Association Technique Maritime, 653
  • Battleship, The New, 171
  • Bordeaux Sea Port, 85
  • British Steel Tariff, 515
  • Coal, 115
  • Coal Imports, 171
  • Coal Industry, 381
  • Coal Trade, 515
  • Colonial Sloops, 409
  • Colonial Trade, 571
  • Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, 171
  • Continuous Brakes, 627
  • Deprez, Monsieur Marcel, 707
  • Economic Reprisals, 643
  • Economic Tendencies, 437
  • Electrical Manufacturers and French Quota, 670
  • Engineering Outlook, 463
  • Engineering Trades, 275, 543
  • Five Years Plan, 301
  • Foreign Trade, 249, 463, 707
  • " Georges Philippar," 599
  • Glass Houses, 489
  • Goods Traffic Improvements, 543
  • Hydraulic Problem, 437
  • Hydraulic Works, 463
  • Hydro-electric Peak Load Supply, 143
  • Hydro•electric Supply, 249
  • Industrial Agreement., 571
  • Industrial Decline, 301
  • Industrial Propaganda, 301
  • Industrial Slump, 627
  • Iron and Steel, 627
  • La Pallico Mole, 599
  • Local Railways, 489
  • Machinery and Tool Imports, 355, 409, 463
  • Marine Engines, 599
  • Metallurgical Trades, 225
  • Motor Car Trade, 225
  • Motor Roads, 327
  • National Fuels, 115
  • National Works. 59
  • Naval Ports, 171
  • Ocean Liners, 681
  • Paris Gas Supply, 355
  • Paris Water Supply, 59
  • Poland's Navy, 275
  • Port of Pointe-Noire, 29
  • Price Stabilisation, 355
  • Public Works, 301
  • Public Works Inauguration, 29
  • Quota Difficulties, 437
  • Railway Accidents, 249
  • Railway Electrification, 515
  • Railway Speeds, 437, 681
  • Railway Wagon Builders' Cartel, 327
  • Railway Working, 381
  • Reduced Outputs, 29
  • Saint-Gothard Tunnel, 653
  • Sales Comptoirs, 59, 249
  • Sautet Dam, 199
  • Seine Navigation, 59
  • Seine Reservoirs, 627
  • Shipbuilding, 199, 327, 627, 707
  • Shipping, 275
  • Shipping Crisis, 381
  • South Amreican Air Service, 85
  • State Orders, 143
  • Steel Cartel, 199
  • Steel Import Quotas, 409
  • Steel Imports, 115
  • Steel Organisation, 171
  • Steel Prices, 409
  • Steel Situation, 143, 199, 275
  • Steel Trade Organisation, 571
  • Super Tax, 249
  • Suspension Bridge at Cavaillon, 681
  • Trade and Finance, 681
  • Trade Developments, 489
  • Trade Prospects, 707
  • Trade Restrictions, 653
  • Transatlantic Liners, 381
  • Trans-Saharan. Railway, 225
  • Unemployed Engineers, 327
  • Vals de Loire Water Supply, 225
  • Wages, 543
  • Wages and Costs, 85
  • Warm Water Energy, 409
  • Water Sterilisation, 409
  • FRENCH Import Quotas, 164
  • Frozen Meat Trade Between New Zealand and England, Fiftieth Anniversary of, (216)
  • Fuel Conservation by Locomotive in America, (313)
  • Fuel Injection System, E.-H. Engineering, Ltd., 420
  • Fuel Research Board, Report of, 64
  • Fractionating Columns, Electrically Welded, Thompson Brothers (Bilston.), Ltd., 219
  • Furnace Design on Scale Formation, Effect of, H. C. Armstrong; 608
  • Furnace, Gas-fired Reheating, Wellman-Chantrains, 457
  • Furnace, Heat Balance in Open-hearth, (667)
  • Furnace, 12 kW High-velocity Forced Draught, Vertical Tempering, Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, viii
  • Furnace, 16 kW " Birlec Electric, Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., B.I.P. Suppt., 26.2.32, viii
  • Furnace, 20 kW High-speed Tool, Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, viii
  • Furnace, Brass-melting, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., B.I. F., 258
  • Furnace, Forging, International Furnace Equipment Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 258
  • Furnace, Heat-treatment, International Furnace Equipment Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 258
  • Furnace, High-temperature Forging, Davis Furnaces, Ltd., B.I.F. 309
  • Furnace, Oil-fired, Double-chamber Type Tool Hardening, Alldays and Onions, Ltd., B.I.F., 258
  • Furnace, Oil-fired Rivet-heating, Burdons, Ltd., B.I.F., 258
  • Furnace, Resistance Vacuum, A. J. Maddock and H. Cheney, 403
  • Furnaces, Combination Recuperative, Incandescent Heat Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 309
  • Furnaces, Gas-fired, Lucas Furnaces, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt.,26.2.32, v
  • Furnaces, Gas-hated Brayshaw Furnaces and Tools, Ltd., B.I.F., 309
  • Furnaces, Heat Absorption in Water-cooled, 119

G

  • GALLIUM, Production in Germany, (341)
  • Galvanising Plant at Jamshedpur, (367)
  • Galvanising Problems, E. J. Daniels' Research on, (693)
  • Gas Congress in Paris, 699
  • Gas Meter Testing in Birmingham (551)
  • Gas Supply for Middlesbrough, (535)
  • Gas-fired Reheating Furnace, Wellman Smith Owen Engineering Corporation, Ltd., 457
  • Gas Turbine Nozzle Throat Area, Estimation of, George G. McDonald, 685
  • Gas Undertaking of Burton, Report on, (529)
  • Gases and Vapours, Limits of Inflammability of, (286)
  • Gear Contacts, Determination of Worm, Stuart Miall, 546
  • Gear-testing Instrument, David Brown and Sons, Ltd., 138
  • Gear Units of Spur and Worm Type, Moss Gear Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 285
  • Gearing, Modern Double Helical Reduction, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 400
  • Gears, An Investigation of Performace of, J. H. Hyde, G. A. Tomlinson, and G. W. C. Allan, 418, (Leader, 425)
  • Geodetic Survey of Canada, Precise Levelling Party's Work, (693)
  • Geographical Exploration of the Past, (367)
  • German Firms and English Factories, (475)
  • German Industries, State of, (137)
  • Glagsow University Oration, " Macquorn Rankine," Sir James B. Henderson, 689
  • Glass-making Factory in St. Helens District, Czechoslovakian Firm May Erect, (129)
  • Glass Manufacturing in Egypt from Local Materials, (13)
  • Gold-bearing Areas in South Africa, 337
  • Gold-bearing Reef Discovered in Centre of Johannesburg, (43)
  • Gold Mines in Canada, (593)
  • Gold Output from Witwatersrand for 1931, (211)
  • Gold Production of Lake Shore Mine, (508)
  • Gold Production in Canada, (237)
  • Governor for Centrifugal Pumps, Automatic, Holden and Brooke, Ltd.. 108
  • Grab, Multiple Arm, Demag Aktiengesellschaft, 701
  • Grain Elevator and Warehouse at Windsor, Ontario, (341)
  • Gravel-washing Plant, Goodwin, Barsby and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vii
  • Great Bear Lake, Rich in Minerals, (667)
  • Greater Robinson Deep Gold Mine, 207
  • Grinding Machine for Widia Tools, B. R. Rowland and Co., Ltd., and A. C. Wickman, Ltd., 270
  • Gyroscopic Stabilising Equipment of Lloyd Sabaudo Liner " Conte di Savoia," 32, 62, 72 (Two-page Supplement, January 15th, 1932)

H

  • HACKSAW Blade " Rapidor," E. G. Herbert, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.3.32, iii
  • Hacksaw Frame, James Neill and Co. (Sheffield) Ltd., (459)
  • Hacksaws, Efficiency of Modern, (639)
  • Hamburg Conference on Ship Propulsion, 565
  • Harbour of Vizagapatam, Madras, to be Dredged to Accommodate Vessels of 28ft. 6in. Draught, (126)
  • Hardwoods, Canadian, for English Motor Car Manufacturer, (445)
  • Hay Baler with Power Take-off Drive, (693)
  • Heat Absorption in Water-cooled Furnaces, 119
  • Heat Rejected into Circulating Water of Power Plants, I. V. Robinson, (395)
  • Heating Systems, Pump for Low-pressure, Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., 507
  • Heating Iustallation at Unilever House, Negretti and Zambra Instruments for, 675
  • Helium Discovered at Toulon, (504)
  • Heriot-Watt College Extension, (261)
  • Hinged Wood Crossarms for Power Transmission Lines, (297)
  • Holes, Contraction of, by Presswork, Henry C. Lane, 538
  • House Heating with Sydney Coal in Canada, (475)
  • Hydraulic Laboratory at McGill University, Montreal, Equipment, (639)

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER SCHEMES

  • Gatineau Power Company's Extensions, (313)
  • Hydro-electric Plant at Glandyfi, (211)
  • Hydro-electric Plant at Prednerice Washed Away by Flood, (449)
  • Hydro - electric Power Development in Canada, (287)
  • Hydro-electric Power Extensions in Canada, (99)
  • Hydro-electric Power Plants in Canada, Prevention of Breakdowns, (129)
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme at Nelspruit, South Africa, (693)
  • Hydro-electric Scheme at Waitaki, (211)
  • Hydro-electric Power Station on Volga River, (667)
  • Hydro-electric Power Stations, Automatic and Remote Control of, (693)
  • Hydro-electric Project Mandi, 454
  • Hydro-electric Scheme for State of Hyderabad, (13)
  • Power Development from Malay Falls, Nova Scotia, (449)
  • Water Power Development on Cheakarnus River in British Columbia, (99)
  • Water Power Project near Ichang, (395)
  • HYDROGEN Peroxide, Transport by Rail in Tank Wagons, (13)
  • Hydrogen and Oxygen Production, Experimental Electrolytical, (157)
  • Hydrogen Sulphide Gas in Shafts, (585), (637)

I

  • ILLUMINATION in Industry, (71)
  • Impeller for High-speed Exhauster, Donkin (The Bryan Donkin Company, Ltd.), B.I.F. Suppt. 19.2.32, i
  • Import Duties Advisory Committee, 269, (513); Report, 679
  • Import Quotas, French, 164
  • Impregnating Equipment, Vacuum Pressure, (639)
  • Industrial Centres in Russia, (313)
  • Industrial Development in China under Five-Year Industrial Plan, (287)
  • Industry, Position of, Sir James Lithgow to Federation of British Industries, 426
  • Industry and Finance, Federation of British Industries Report, 509
  • Industry and Sheffield, Development Committee Appointed, (71)
  • Industry and the Empire, Memorandum by Federation of British Industries, 535; (Leader, 531)
  • Ingot Moulds, Shapes of, (449)
  • Inoctor, Feed-water, Gresham and Craven, Ltd., Suppt., 26.2.32, ii
  • Inspection, Justification of Organised Engineering, W. P. Digby, 118, 151
  • International Congress of Electricity, Paris, 666
  • Investigation of Rivet Hole Failures, 509

IRON AND STEEL

  • See also Institute of Metals; Iron and Steel Institute; and THE METALLURGIST
  • Adhesion and Fatigue of Thin Coatings of White Metal on Mild Steel Surfaces, 205
  • Amalgamation Scheme of Steel Makers, 629
  • Atmosphere Conditions and Heating of Steel, (362)
  • Bessemer Medal Awarded to Professor Henry Louis, 520
  • Blast-furnace at Pretoria, Ores from Two, Sources for, (367)
  • British Chemical Standard Alloy Steel, W. 2, (435)
  • British and American Rolled Steel Sections, B. L. Hurst, 148
  • British and Canadian Steel Trade, Julian Piggott, 125
  • Cast Iron Plates for Road Foundations, (71)
  • Cast Iron Research, 545
  • Cast Iron Road Sections, Stanton, (237)
  • Cast Steel Plates for Tool Making for Germany, (261)
  • Cromansil " Steels, Production in America of, (366)
  • " Defirust " Works at Darlington, 288, 293
  • Dies of Nickel-chromium Cast Iron, (211)
  • Duckham, Sir Arthur, and Iron and Stool, 117
  • Electro-magnetic Extraction of Tramp Iron from Ores, (211)
  • Fatigue of Mild Steel, Report on, 255; (Leader, 263)
  • Fatigue of Steel in Concrete Pneumatic Drills, (71)
  • Flow Lines in Steel, (313)
  • Government Interest in the Steel Industry, 506
  • International Foundry Congress at Paris, 377, (449)
  • International Steel Conditions in 1931, E. T. Good, 11
  • Iron Ore Concessions Obtained by Japan on Muar River, Malaya, (395)
  • Iron Pyrites on Manchester Ship Canal, Expeditious Unloading, (501)
  • Ironworks to be Re-started in China, (99)
  • Iron and Steel Administration in Germany, (585)
  • Iron and Steel in India, 193
  • Iron and Steel Production, 181
  • London Iron and Steel Exchange Annual Dinner, Sir Robert Home's Speech, 244
  • Machinability of Steel as Indicated by its Macrostructure, F. E. Robinson and C. T. Nesbitt, 350, 372; (Leader, 343)
  • Machining Nitrided Steel Parts, (423)
  • Manganese Ore at Turtle Creek, near St. John, New Brunswick, (341)
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Reports : Furnaces in Blast, Pig Iron and Steel Production, Statistics of January Compared with December, 211;
  • February, 349; March, 1932, (423);
  • April, 1932, (557); May, 1932, (667)
  • Nickel Steel Direct from Ore, 457
  • Present Position of Iron and Steel Industry, 155
  • Pretoria Iron and Steel Works, Production, (701)
  • Rolling Large Sections at Frodingham, (197)
  • Russian Cast Iron, 595
  • Spongy Iron Obtained without Preliminary Blast-furnace Smelting Experiments, (313)
  • Stainless Iron and Steel Production, E. C. Smith, 663, 702
  • Stainless Steel Production in Future Years, (157)
  • Stainless Steel Superstitions, (287)
  • Steel, F.D.P.," Thos. Firth and John Brown, Ltd., B.I.F., 310
  • Steel, " Flygo Megiston," Turton Brothers and Matthews, Ltd., B.I.F., 310
  • Steel Contract Settled Between Russia and Poland, (693)
  • Steel Dumping in America by European Firms, (541)
  • Steel Flooring, Development in U.S., (585)
  • Steel-framed Building at Walthamstow, All-welded, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., 310, 311
  • Steel Furnace at Ford Steel Works, 400-Ton Tilting Open-hearth, (13)
  • Steel Furniture, G. A. Harvey and Co. (London), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Steel Plates, Scientific Investigation of Processes Employed in Manufacture of, (99)
  • Steel Production of Illinois Steel Company, (667)
  • Steel Works for Nanking, (367)
  • Steel Trade of World, 232
  • World Steel Trade : Position and Prospects, E. T. Good, 565
  • IRRIGATION Canals, Cost of Excavation by Hand and Power-operated Draglines, (395), (423)

J

  • JETTY Works of Ford Motor Company at Dagenham, H. J. Deane, 205
  • Journal of Scientific Instruments, Specialised Articles to be Written for, (667)

K

  • KILN Drying Practice, (461)

L

  • LABORATORY, National Physical, Annual Report, 1931, 510
  • Laboratory Works at Kilmarnock, Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., 494, 502
  • Labour Difficulties in Utah, (185)
  • Lattice Steel Structures for Outdoor Sub-stations, A. M. Spruce, 554, 589
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 57, 197, 223, 325. 356, 433, 513, 541, 597, 625, 682
  • Lawn Mower of One Hundred Years Ago, Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, viii
  • Lead and Lead Alloys, Examination by X-rays of, (313)
  • Lead Mining Industry in Flintshire, (395)

LEADING ARTICLES : 1931

  • A Retrospect, 15
  • Accuracy of Gear Wheel Teeth, 425
  • Agricultural Engineering, 131
  • Art and Industry, 503
  • British Machinery In France, 532
  • British Marine Engineering, 73
  • Budget, The, 452
  • Civil Aviation in United States, 587
  • D.C. to A.C. Change-over Problems, 213; (Letter, 269)
  • Electrical Distribution, 397
  • Electrical Troubles, 559; (Letter, 584)
  • Engineers' German Circle, 478
  • Fatigue, 263
  • Feed Water, 425
  • Film Lubrication of Journals, 477; (Letters, 508)
  • Fires Aboard Liners, 559; (Letters, 584, 617)
  • Foreign Manufacturing in Great Britain, 239
  • French Steel Organisation, 74
  • " Grid " and the Electrical Manufacturer, 159
  • Industry and the Empire, 531
  • Industries and the State, 263
  • Institution Discussions, 369; (Letters, 371, 403, 448)
  • International Aeronautical Position, 187
  • Iron and Steel and the Tariff, 640
  • Machinability of Steel, 343
  • Machinery Imports into France, 370
  • Modern Switchgear, 315
  • Navy Estimates, 289
  • Notable Railway Appointment, 264
  • Oil Engines for Pipe Lines, 617
  • Oliver Heaviside, 477
  • Paints and Corrosion, 503
  • Past and Present, 131
  • Phenomena of Lubrication, 239
  • Pooling Traffic Receipts on Railways, 615
  • Position of the Oil Locomotive, 289; (Letters, 370)
  • Production for the Masses, 669
  • Production of Engineers, 504; (Letter, 561)
  • Protection and Progress, 187
  • Protection and the Engineering Industries, 101
  • " Prove All Things," 343
  • Public Technical Schools, 587
  • Quality and Price, 615
  • Rail and Road, 240 (Letters, 479, 616, 665)
  • Railway Critics, 213
  • Railway Difficulties in South Africa, 398
  • Railway Electrification in France, 369
  • Railway Speeds, 641; (Letters, 448, 479, 508, 524, 665)
  • Rival Systems of Ship Propulsion, 369
  • Science and Industry, 73
  • Science in the House, 101
  • Shocks and Bridges, 398
  • Skill as a National Asset, 45
  • Southward Trend of Industry, 159
  • Stabilisation of Ships, 45
  • Stainless Steel and its Future, 669
  • Stentor in an Aeroplane, 160
  • Survival of the Consulting Engineer, 531
  • Technical Education in England, Scotland, and Ireland, 240
  • Testing of Castings, 397
  • Theory of Lubrication, 695
  • " To What Base Uses —," 214
  • " Too Many Engineers ? " 695
  • " Tyger, Tyger," 264
  • Vehicles and Air Resistance, 315
  • Waterloo Bridge, 214
  • LEAGUE of Nations Union, Conference on
  • Disarmament and Unemployment, Provisional Programme, 220, 280; (Erratum, 325)
  • Leipzig Technical Fair, 266, 318

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • Affairs of A.C.E., Ltd., William Paxman, 312
  • " As I See It," Thomas Collins, 232
  • Atmospheric Railways : Their Past and Possibilities, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 524, 666; Harold E. Waite, 561; G. Geo. Woodcock, 561; A. M. Bushell, 584;
  • W. Adam Woodward, 617; John Newson, 635
  • British and American Rolled Steel Sections, B. L. Hurst, 312; H. R. White, 312, 340;
  • G. S. Bowers, 371
  • British Locomotive Design, Ernest F. Smith, 181; C. M. Keiller, 216; W. A. Tuplin, 232, 402, 584; P. C. Dewhurst, 371; F. W. Brewer, 448, 561
  • British Turbines on the Continent, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., A. E. du Pasquier, 79
  • " Cheltenham Spa Express," Humphrey Baker, 665
  • Consulting, Engineer, Survival of, J. J., 583; Westminster, 617; J. G. H. Warren, 617; E. M. H. S., 666; P. C. Ruthven, 666
  • Cost of Refrigeration, A. N. Watts, 584
  • Cunarder, The, William T. Andrews, 12
  • D.C. to A.C. Change-over Problems, J. H. R. Nixon, 269
  • Dowser's Art, The, S. P. Christie, 422, 479;
  • G. T. Pardoe, 448; M.I. Mech. E., 448; M. Inst. C.E. M.I. Mech. E., 479
  • Electrical Breakdowns, C. M. Mayson, 584
  • Engines of French Liners, P. de Malglaive, 98
  • English Steel Corporation, F. Pickworth, 269
  • Fall of the Tay Bridge, Henry M. Sayers, 666
  • Film Lubrication of Journals, J. Hamilton Gibson, 508; R. White and Sons, 508
  • Fires on Ships, Mather and Platt, Ltd., 584; J. H. Narbeth, 617
  • Flanged Wheels on Railways, C. R. King, 692
  • Furnace Design, A. Ogilvy-Webb, 666
  • Great Western Speeds, F. W. Brewer, 692
  • Hamilton, John Henry (see Obituary), 264
  • High-speed Railways, London and Lille, A. Oates, 583
  • Individual Member and His Institution, Sydney W. Smith, 594
  • Inspection, Engineer, 448; Inspecting Engineer, 479
  • Inspection of Welds, V. E. Pullin, 12
  • Institution Discussions, Basil H. Joy, 403
  • Internal Combustion Engine, Hugh Campbell, 422
  • Lighter Rolling Stock, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 340
  • National Certificates and Diplomas, J. E.
  • Montgomery, 268 ' • Major Horace Myers, 269; H. Schofield, 295
  • Oil-electric Locomotives, Ingersoll Rand
  • Company, 340; W. P. Durtnall, 402
  • Oil-engined Locomotives versus Steam, C. J. Hyde Trutch, 268
  • Orders for Millions Going Abroad, T. S. Catmur, 635; J. K. Macleod, 666
  • Papers and Discussions, R. P., 371; (Leading Article, 369)
  • Past and Present, G. Geo. Woodcock, 156
  • Piston and Long-stroke Valves on Locomotives, J. G. H. Warren, 479
  • Pneumatic Railways, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 584
  • Position of the Oil Locomotive, The Writer of the Article, 370; C. J. Hyde Trutch, 370
  • Problems of Ship Propulsion, B. C. Curling, 666
  • Production of Engineers, J. D. Cormack, 561
  • Profit-sharing, Robert R. Hyde, 79; F. N. B., 42; F. W. Raffety, 179; Edgar D. Ward, 79, 232; Charles Roscoe, 216
  • Profit-sharing in Industry, J. G. H. W.,181; Fry's (London), Ltd., 216; E. W. Nundy, 216
  • Public Technical Schools, S. H. Moorfield, 665
  • Rail-cars, William P. Durtnall, 12
  • Railway Speeds, D. T. L. 448, 508; Major Horace Myers, 479, 524; H. R. Sutton, 524; Lord Monkswell, 665
  • Relativity and a Hole, R. Stanley Lewis, 617, 692; F. Rawlinson, T. H. Simpson, Via Veritas, 635
  • Road and Rail Discussion, E. S., 479; E. C. Bowden Smith, 616, 692; E. G. Beaumont, 665
  • Road Vehicles on Railways, S. D., 340
  • Rotor Ships, William P. Durtnall, 98
  • Sandberg Process, C. P. Sandberg, 232
  • Sir James Jeans and the Universe, H. R. Kempe, 617; Wm. Jno. Tennant, 666
  • Steel Trade Rationalisation, E. T. Good, 691
  • Technical Papers and Discussions, W. W. N., 448
  • Water Divining, H. E. Yerbury, 371; F. N. B., 525; F. E. N. (A.R.C.Sc.), 617
  • What the Railways Want is Vision, A Regular Rail Traveller, 312
  • Wrought Iron, Ralph Cliff (Shingler), 371
  • LEYLAND Lorry Built Twenty-four Years Ago Still in Service, (449)
  • Lighting and Industrial Accidents, Inadequate (71)
  • Lighting System of Piccadilly-circus, (129)
  • Lifeboat Conference in Holland, (185)
  • Lifeboat for Weymouth, Motor, (395)
  • Lift, 700ft., for Tourists to Caverns at Carlsbad, New Mexico, 126
  • Lighting Plant, " Pygmylyte " Portable Electric, Villiers Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, v

LITERATURE

  • Reviews
  • Advanced Mechanics of Materials, Fred. B. Seely, 560
  • Applied Personal Administration, J. E. Waters, 344
  • Artificial Earthing for Electrical Installations, T. C. Gilbert, 478
  • Bauxite and Aluminous Laterite, Cyril S. Fox, 670
  • Boilers, Problem of Fluctuating Loads on, G. E. Hider, 132
  • Competitive Position of Coal in United States, 427
  • Cost Accounts, Practical, Andrew Miller, 132
  • Dynamics of Engine and Shaft, Ralph E. Root, 870
  • Electrical Educator, Edited by Sir Ambrose Fleming, 560
  • Estimating. T. H. Hargrave, 452
  • Estimating for Mechanical Engineers, L. E. Bunnett, 188
  • Fuel Testing, Laboratory Methods in Fuel Technology, G. W. Himus, 588
  • Honest Doubt : Being a Collection of Papers on the Price of Modern Politics, E. J. P. Benn, 643
  • Hydro-electric Development in the British Empire, J. E. Robbins, 160
  • Internal Combustion Engine, D. R. Pye, 398
  • Jane's " All the World's Aircraft, 1931,"Edited by C. G. Grey, Compiled by Leonard Bridgman, 132
  • Jane's Fighting Ships, 1931, Edited by Oscar Parkes, 240
  • Land Ho E. C. Bowden Smith, 345
  • Physics of High Pressure, P. W. Bridgman, 161
  • Radio Telegraphy and Telephony, Rudolph L. Duncan and Charles E. Drew, 188
  • Roeblings, The : A Century of Engineers, Bridge Builders and Industrialists, Hamilton Schuyler, 160
  • Scientific Selection and Training of Workers in Industry and Commerce, M. Martin-Leake and Thyra Smith, with a Foreword by Sir Francis Goodenough, 452
  • Sugar Cane, Modern Milling of, F. Maxwell, 399
  • Surveying from Air Photographs, Captain M. Hotine, 643
  • Technical Export, Handbook on, Dr.-Ing. Kurt E. Luboweky, 398
  • Water Diviners and their Methods, Henri Mager, Translated by A. H. Bell, 317
  • Witwatersrand Mining Practice, G. A. Watermayer and S. N. Hoffenberg, 426
  • Short Notices
  • Adventures of an Obscure Victorian, W. G. Riddell, 452
  • Bromley's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1932, Edited by Comm. C. N. Robinson and H. M. Ross, 399
  • Electrical Terms, Roget's Dictionary of, S. R. Roget, 345
  • Eureka : An Essay in Economics, R. M. Seddon, 345
  • First Principles of Television, A. Dinsdale, 452
  • Handbooks of the Science Museum, Land Transport, III., Railway Locomotives and Rolling Stock, Part 1, Historical Review; Part IL, Descriptive Catalogue, E. A. Forward, 161
  • Hydraulics, E. H. Lewitt, 561
  • Kidder-Parker Architects' and Builders' Handbook, 161
  • " Let's Help," A Collection of Good Causes, Sir Charles Bright, 427
  • Marlborough's German Technical Words and Phrases, E. M. Rollfs, 427
  • Mechanical Handling and Storing of Material, G. F. Ziminer, 399
  • Mechanical Testing, Volume I., Testing of Materials of Construction, R. G. Batson and J. H. Hyde, 161
  • Memories and Monuments in the Streets of the City of London, A. K. Bruce, 161
  • Plane and Geodetic Surveying for Engineers, Vol. 1, David Clark, 588
  • Properties and Mechanics of Materials, P. G. Lamson and W. J. Cox, 161
  • Romance of London's Underground, W. J. Passingham, 643
  • Steam Boiler Construction, E. G. Hiller, 561
  • Steam Turbine Theory and Practice, W. J. Kearton, 588
  • Theory of Machines, Louis Toft and A. T. J. Kersey, 561
  • Unemployment, Causes and Cures of, Sir W. H. Beveridge, 345
  • Books of Reference
  • 165, 219, 220, 479
  • Blue Book : The Electrical Trades Directory and Handbook, 1932, 220
  • Concrete Year Book, 1932, Edited by Oscar Faber and H. L. Childe, 165
  • Directory of Shipowners, Shipbuilders, and Marine Engineers, Compiled under the Direction of the Editor of the Shipbuilding and Shipping Record, 220
  • Ice and Cold Storage Trades Directory for 1932, 165 .
  • Mercantile Year Book and Directory of Exporters, 1932, 479
  • Motor Ship Reference Book, 1932, 165
  • Official Year Book of the Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland : A Record of the Work Done in Science, Literature, and Art during the Session 1930-1931, 165
  • Practical Electrician's Pocket Book, 1932, Edited by F. H. Robinson, 165
  • Practical Engineer Electrical Pocket Book and Diary, 1932, Edited by Conrad Arnold, 165
  • Practical Engineer Mechanical Pocket Book and Diary, 1932, Edited by E. G. Bock, 165
  • Specification : for Architects, Surveyors, Civil Engineers, and for all Interested in Building, Edited by F. Chatterton, 219
  • Books Received
  • Aden Port Trust, Administration Report for 1930-31, 47
  • Advanced Mechanics of Materials, F. B. Seely, 345
  • Adventures of an Obscure Victorian, W. G. Riddell, 399
  • Alternating-current Bridge Methods, B. Hague, 533
  • Angles on Practical Flying, P. W. F. Mills, 188
  • Applied Personnel Administration, J. E. Walters, 47
  • Architects' and Builders' Handbook, Eighteenth Edition, by the late F. E. Kidder, Editor-in-Chief, H. Parker, 103
  • Artificial Earthing for Electrical Installations (Automatic Safety Switching), T. C. Gilbert, 161
  • Ausgewahlte Schweisskonstruktionen, Vol. 3, Rohrleitungs- und Bohalterbau, Compiled by Dr.-hig. Holler and Reg.-Baumeister a. D. Fink, 697
  • Bauxite and Aluminous Laterite, Second Edition, C. S. Fox, 478
  • Beitrage zur Geschichte der Technik und Industrie, Volume 21, 1931-1932, Edited by Conrad Matschoss, 161
  • Berichtfolge des Kohlenstaubausschusses des Reichskohlenrates, 399
  • Blue Book : The Electrical Trades Directory and Handbook, 1932, 188
  • Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1932, Edited by Commander C. N. Robinson, R.N., and H. M. Ross, 188
  • British Steel Industry, H. S. Jevons, 478
  • Building Societies Year Book, 1931, Compiled and Edited by G. E. Franey, 103
  • Buyers' Guide to the Motor Trade of Great Britain, 697
  • Carburetters and Carburation, Second Edition, A. W. Judge, 588
  • Catalytic Partial Oxidation of Ethyl Alcohol, D. B. Keyes and R. D. Snow, 427
  • Causes of Accidents, Eric Fanner, 643
  • Central Heating and Hot Water Supply for Private Houses, G. C. Sanford, 161
  • Chemical Engineering' and Chemical Catalogue, Eighth edition, edited by P. M. Newitt, 561
  • Chemical Engineering and Thermodynamics Applied to the Rotary Cement Kiln, G. Martin, 257
  • Chemical Plumbing, Lead Burning and Oxy-acetylene Welding for Plumbers and Heating Engineers, E. B. Partington, 643
  • Chemistry, Life and Civilisation : A Popular Account of Modern Advances in Chemistry, H. J. S. Britton, 103
  • Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades' Directory, 1932, 452
  • Competitive Position of Coal in the United States, 345
  • Compression-ignition Engines for Road Vehicles, 257
  • Concrete Year Book, 1932, edited by 0. Faber and H. L. Childe, 161
  • Confessions of a Capitalist, E. J. P. Bonn, 132
  • Contour Geometry, and its Applications to Earthwork Design and Quantities, A. H. Jameson, 257
  • Crysotile Asbestos in Canada, J. G. Ross, 47
  • Description of the Cost Accounting Scheme Introduced in the Locomotive Works at Moghalpura, A. E. Howell, 478
  • Design of Steel Bridges, F. H. Abrahams, 452
  • Dielectric Phenomena : III., Breakdown of
  • Solid Dielectrics, S. Whitehead, edited by E. B. Wedmore, 478
  • Die Elektrischen Maschinen. Vol. I.: Allgo-meine Grundlagen. Vol. Konstruktion und Isoliorung, Dr.-Ing. M. Liwschitz and Dipl.-Ing. H. Gliicicner, 161
  • Directory of Paper Makers of Great Britain and Ireland, 1932, 697
  • Directory of Shipowners, Shipbuilders, and Marine Engineers, 1932, 257
  • Dynamics of Engine and Shaft, R. E. Root, 478
  • Electrician Annual Tables of Electricity Undertakings, 1932, 561
  • Electrons and Waves : An Introduction to Atomic Physics, H. S. Allen, 643
  • Empire Municipal Directory and Year Book, 1932-33, 561
  • Engineering Equipment of Buildings, A. C. Pallot and H. Baines, 533
  • Engineering Materials. Vol. II.: Non-ferrous Metals and Organic Materials, A. W. Judge, 427
  • Estimating, Second Edition, T. H. Hargrave, 257
  • Estimating for Mechanical Engineers, L. E. Burman, 47
  • Eureka : An Essay in Economics, R. M. Sneddon, 371
  • Experimental Electrical Engineering, E. T. A. Rapson, 345
  • Experimental Engineering Science. N. Harwood, 643
  • Farm Tractors, A. A. Stone, 588
  • First Principles of Television, A. Dinsdale, 371
  • Foundry Work and Metallurgy, Volumes I.
  • and II., edited by R. 1'. Rolfe, 257;
  • Volume III., 345; Parts V. and VI., 478
  • Fuel Testing, Laboratory Methods in Fuel Technology, G. W. Himus, 371
  • H.M. Stationery Office Publications :
  • Collected Reports on British High-speed Aircraft for the 1927 Schneider Trophy Contest, 345
  • Combustion of Coal Dust, A. L. Godbest and R. V. Wheeler, 188
  • Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, edited by J. Purser and H. J. Grose, 103
  • Fuel Research Technical Paper 32: A Study of the Tars and Oils Produced from Coal, 103
  • Handbooks of the Science Museum. Land Transport Railway Locomotives and Rolling Stock : Part I., Historical Review. Part II., Descriptive Catalogue, E. A. Forward, 103
  • Kestrel Aero-engines, 643
  • Sailing Ships : Their History and Development as Illustrated by the Collection of Ship Models in the Science Museum, Part II., G. S. Laird Clowes, 371
  • Weathering of Natural Building Stones, Building Research Special Report No. 18, R. J. Schaffer, 533
  • High-speed Diesel Engines, P. M. Heldt, 478
  • High-speed Oil Engine Design, B. Reed and H. Tanaka, 452
  • History of Fire and Flame, Oliver C. do C. Ellis, 257
  • History of the Oil Engine, A. F. Evans, 533
  • Honest Doubt, or the Price of Politics, Sir Ernest J. P. Bonn, 399
  • How to Drive a Car, Twelfth Edition, 697
  • Hoyer-Kreuter Technologisches WOrterbuch, Volume I., German-English-French, Dr.-Ing. A. Schlomann, 452
  • Hydraulics, Fourth Edition, E. H. Lewitt, 533
  • Hydro-electric Development of the British Empire, J. E. Robbins, 103
  • Ice and Cold Storage Trades Directory and Reference Book for 1932, 132
  • Installation of a Production System in the Locomotive Workshops at Moghalpura, A. S. Howell, 670
  • Introduction la MOcanique des Fluides, Professor A. Foch, 670
  • Jane's All the World's Aircraft, 1931, edited by C. G. Grey, compiled by L. Bridgman, 103
  • Jane's Fighting Ships, 1931, edited by Oscar Parkes, 103
  • Land Drainage, Second Edition, W. L. Powers and T. A. H. Teeter, 588
  • Larm and Resonanzschwingungen im Kraft-werksbetrieb infolge periodischer Strii-mungsvorgange, Dr. Ing. F. Michel, 371
  • Le Pompe Centrifughe : Calcolo e Costruzione, Ing. G. Zappa, Prof. Ing. F. Giordano and Dott. Ing. G. Mainardi, 427
  • Lubricating Oil Tests and their Significance, J. E. Southcombe, 257
  • Machinery and Plant Depreciation Tables, 5 per cent. to 20 per cent. on the Diminishing Value, 103
  • Manufacturing Industries of the British Empire Overseas : Part VI., Africa, West, East and Central, 643
  • Marlborough's German Technical Words and Phrases, Third Edition, E. M. Rolffs, 371
  • Mathematics for Students of Building, Book I., F. E. Drury, and W. T. Haslam, 427
  • Mechanical Handling and Storing of Material, Fourth Edition, G. F. Zimmer, 188
  • Mechanical World Electrical Pocket Book, 1932, 132
  • Mechanical World Year Book, 1932, 47
  • Mercantile Year Book and Directory of Exporters, 1932, W. Lindley Jones, 371
  • Metal Aircraft Construction, M. Longley, 345
  • Metallurgy, Edwin Gregory, 371
  • Mitteilungen des Institutes fur Striimungs-maschinen der Technischen Hochschule Karlsruhe, Professor W. Spannhake, 427
  • Modern Diesel, 257
  • Modern Farm Buildings, D. N. McHardy,478
  • Modern Milling of Cane Sugar, F. Maxwell, 47
  • Modern Practical Stairbuilding and Hand-railing, George Ellis, 533
  • Motion of Railway Vehicles on a Curved Line, C. F. Bendy Marshall, 452
  • Motor Repair Manual, 670
  • Motor Ship Reference Book for 1932, 132
  • Motorships of the World, Edited by A. C. Hardy, 643
  • Newton : The Man, Lieut.-Colonel R. de Villamil, 132
  • Nile Basin, Vol. I., General Description of the Basin, Meteorology, Topography of the White Nile Basin, H. E. Hurst and P. Phillips, 188
  • Nomogram, Tho : The Theory and Practical Construction of Computation Charts, H. J. Allcock and J. R. Jones. 478
  • Official Year Book of the Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, 1931, 103
  • Oil and Petroleum Year Book, 1932, W. E. Skinner, 643
  • Ordeal by Banking, W. Allen Young, 257
  • Osiris and the Atom, J. G. Crowther, 697
  • Parliamentary Gazette : General Election Number, 47
  • Photogrammetry : Collected Lectures and Essays. Edited by 0. von Grubber, Translated by G. T. McCaw and F. A. Cazalet, 533
  • Pitman's Electrical Educator. Three Volumes, Edited by Sir Ambrose Fleming, 257
  • Plane and Geodetic Surveying for Engineers, Vol. I., Surveying, Second Edition, D. Clark, 188
  • Practical Electrician's Pocket Book, 1932, Edited by F. H. Robinson, 47
  • " Practical Engineer " Electrical Pocket Book and Diary for 1932, Edited by C. Arnold, 103
  • " Practical Engineer " Mechanical Pocket Book and Diary for 1932, Edited by E. G. Beck, 103
  • Practical Mathematics, Louis Toft and A. D. D. McKay, 132
  • Practical Physics, Third Edition, W. R. Bower and J. Satterley, 371
  • Practical Surveying, Fourteenth Edition, G. W. Usill, Revised by Colonel Sir Gordon Hearn, R.E., 478
  • Primer of Engineering and Building Science, Part I., S. Owen, 452
  • Problems in the National Teaching of Science, Professor I. Masson, 103
  • Proceedings of the Third International Conference on Bituminous Coal, Two Volumes, 588
  • Proceedings of the Thirty-fourth Annual Meeting of the American Society for Testing Materials, Part I., Committee Report, New and Revised Tentative Standards, Tentative Revisions of Standards; Part H., Technical Papers, 188
  • Production, Hubert Phillips, 132
  • Production Planning, Clifton Reynolds, 452
  • Pulverised Fuel Firing, S. H. North, 643
  • Railroad Construction : Theory and Practice, Ninth Edition, W. L. Webb, 427
  • Reid's Handy Colliery Guide and Directory of Northumberland, Durham, Yorkshire,
  • Cumberland, and Westmorland, 399
  • Rhodesian Mining and Engineering Year Book, 1932, 478
  • Roads of England, R. M. C. Anderson, 478
  • Romance of London's Underground, W. J. Passingham, 533
  • Rubber Information, Edited by H. B. Cronshaw, 561
  • Scientific Principles of Petroleum Technology. Dr. Leo. Gurwitsch and H. Moore, 588
  • Scientific Selection and Training of Workers in Industry and Commerce, M. Martin-Leake and T. Smith, 345
  • Sell's Directory of Registered Telegraphic Addresses, 1932, 345
  • Selling Costs and Records, W. A. Smith, 257
  • Shipbuilding History, 1750-1932, 670
  • Solutions to the Questions Set in Section A in the October, 1930, and April, 1931,
  • Examination Papers of the Institution of Civil Engineers, 533
  • South African Mining and Engineering Year Book, 1932, 478
  • South American Handbook, 1932, 47
  • South and East African Year Book and Guide, 1932, Edited by A. S.. Brown and G. G. Brown, 161
  • Specification : for Architects, Surveyors, Civil Engineers, and for all Interested in Building, Edited by F. Chatterton, 257
  • Steam Power Stations : Equipment and Maintenance, G. 0. McLean, 371
  • Steam Turbine Theory and Practice, Third Edition, W. J. Kearton, 103
  • Steel and its Practical Applications, Wm. Bass and A. J. K. Honeyman, 371
  • Submarine Telegraphy, Ing. Italo de Giuli, Translated by J. J. MacKichan, 257
  • Supply of Water, T. H. P. Veal, 132
  • Symposium on Effect of Temperature on the Properties of Metals, 345
  • Symposium on Welding, Held at the Pittsburg Regional Meeting of the American Society for Testing Materials, 161
  • Tests of Plain and Reinforced Concrete Made with Haydite Aggregates, F. E. Richart and V. P. Jensen, 427
  • Tests on the Continuous Carbonisation of Finely Crushed Coal by Radiant Heat, F. B. Hobart and D. J. Demorest, 345
  • Test-book on Roofs and Bridges, Part IL, Graphic Statics, Fifth Edition, by the late M. Merriman and H. S. Jacoby, Revised by E. E. Ebling, 478
  • Theory of Machines, Second Edition, L. Toft and A. T. J. Kersey, 533
  • Theory and Design of Structures, Fifth Edition, E. S. Andrews, B.Sc., 345
  • Tragheits-und Widerstandsmomente von Bleatragern, Dipl.-Ing. P. Krugmann, 643
  • Treatise on Photo-elasticity, E. G. Coker and L. N. G. Filon, 103
  • Vector Analysis with Applications to Physics. Richard Gans, Authorised Translation from Sixth German Edition by W. M. Deans, 161
  • Wagon Details and Construction, P. H. Saunders, 47
  • Water Engineers' Handbook and Directory, 1932, 345
  • Wiring Systems, L. M. Waterhouse, 533
  • Witwatersrand Mining Practice, G. A.
  • Watermeyer and S. N. Hoffenberg, 257
  • Zinc and its Alloys, Circular of the Bureau of Standards No. 395, 371
  • LLOYD'S Register of Shipping, Annual Summary, 126; Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 83
  • Lock Entrance to Kidderpore Docks Opened, (17)
  • Locknuts Research in America, (71)
  • Lorry, Heavy Oil-engined Six-wheeler, Arm strong-Saurer Commercial Vehicles, Ltd., 675
  • Lorry for Conveying Pipes Across Desert, Scammell Lorries, Ltd., 594
  • Lorry for Handling Pipes and Bar Material, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 566
  • Loudon Bros., Ltd., Planing Machine for Russia for Machining Turbine Casings, (313)
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, Salerni System, 243
  • Lubrication Research Apparatus, Sperry-Cammen, 699
  • Lubricator, Automatic Chain, Tecalemit, Ltd., B.I.F., 284
  • Lubricator for Conveyor Chains, Automatic, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., B.I.F., 206

M

MACHINE TOOLS

  • Angle Cutting Machine, Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Bending Rolls Machine, F. J. Edwards, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Boring, Drilling and Milling Machine, 6in. Horizontal, William Asquith, Ltd., 526, 527
  • Box-forming Machine, Folding, Rounding and, 404
  • Chisel Mortising Machine, Horizontal, Thomas White and Sons, Ltd., 292, 293
  • Draw-cut Shaping Machine, Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 506
  • Drill Sharpener, Holman Brothers, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Grinding Machine for Widia Tools, 270
  • Robbing Machine and Gear, 400
  • Machine Tools, Lectures on, at Alfred Herbert, Ltd., Birmingham Showrooms, (111)
  • Milling Machine, Vertical Spindle, Sleeper and Hartley, Inc., 646
  • Planing Machine, Open-sided, Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 191
  • Planing Machine for Russia, Loudon Bros., Ltd., (313)
  • Punching, Plate-splitting and Cropping Machine, Bertrams, Ltd., 192
  • Railway Carriage and Wagon Wheel Turning Plant, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 342, 346, 347
  • Rod Rolling Mill with Roller Bearings, l2in., P. R. Jackson and Co., Ltd., 618, 619
  • Tenoner, Electric, Wadkin and Co., 310
  • Tool-making Industry in Germany, (585)
  • Trepanning Machine for Concrete Tools, Holman Brothers, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Wire Rope Making Machine at Rutherglen, (449)

MACHINE TOOLS AT LEIPZIG TECHNICAL FAIR

  • Boring, Drilling and Milling Machine, Horizontal, Collet and Engelhard Machine Tool Company, 267
  • Broaching Machine, Vertical Hydraulically Operated, A. H. Schiltte, 319
  • Drilling Machine, Five-unit High-speed, Auerbach und Scheibe, A.G., 318, 319
  • Drilling Machine,High-speed Light, Auerbach und Scheie, A.G., 318, 319
  • Grinder, Automatic Saw Blade, Heller Brothers, 290, 291
  • Grinder, Milling Cutter, Collet und Engelhard Machine Tool Company, 268
  • Grinding Machines, Reinecker, 319
  • Hydraulic Drive Principle for Machine Tools, H. A. Waldrich, 267
  • Lathe, Mulka Automatic Forming, 319
  • Lathe, Universal High-speed, Schiess-Defiles, A.G., 267
  • Milling Machine, Horizontal, Wanderer-Werke, 318, 319
  • Milling Machine with Hydraulic Spindle Drive, Wanderer-Werke, 318, 319
  • Milling and Boring Machine, Horizontal, Schiess-Defries, A.G., 266
  • Planer, Electrically Driven, H. A. Waldrich, 267
  • Press, Forging, Henry Pels and Co., 290
  • Press and Punching Tools, Zeiss Ikon, A.G., 319
  • Saw, Hydraulically Operated, J. F. Ohler, 291
  • Saw, Universal High-power Cold, Holler Brothers, 291
  • Saw, Stock Cutting, Holler Brothers, 291
  • Shears, Guillotine, Henry Pels and Co., 290
  • MANCHESTER Ship Canal Company, Plan of Canal, (613)
  • Mangeross Electrode gives Resistance to Wear and Abrasion Equal to Manganese Steel, (13)
  • Manufacture of Foreign Goods in Britain, (137)

MAPS

  • Abattoir and Meat Market at Liverpool, Site Plan, 228
  • American Sea-going Train-ferry Steamers, Train Ferry Routes Across Lake Michigan, 389
  • Beira, Plan of Park Works at, 429
  • Catchment Area of River Wey, 335
  • Lloyd Barrage, Plan of Barrage Site Showing Heads of Canals, 105
  • Map of the Romford Station District After Completion of Widening, 392
  • Map of Gidea Park Station District After Completion of Widening, 392
  • Mount Isa Mines, Electrical Equipment and Mining Plant at, Plan of District, 416
  • North Circular Road, Railway Bridge, Layout of, 178
  • Site of Great Bridgeford Derailment, 700
  • " MARITIME Journalism," E. C. Thomson, (449)
  • Markets for Internal Combustion Engines, 190
  • Materials for Service at High Temperatures, 255
  • Mercury, Current Price of, (639)
  • " Metal, Robertson-Bonded," (395)
  • Metal-working Machines, F. J. Edwards, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • METALLURGIST, THE, Sixteen -page Supplement—Last Friday in Month
  • METALLURGIST, THE, Contents of April Issue, 478; May Issue, 588; June Issue, 697
  • Metals, Accelerated Test for Determination of Limiting Creep Stress of, 241
  • Metals, Plastic Deformation of, Dr. F. Korber, 538
  • Metals Produced in United States during 1930, Value, (43)
  • Mica, Earliest Use of, (639)
  • Milk Tank Trailers, G.W.R. Trucks for, 675
  • Mill, Four-roller " Raymond," Mining and Industrial Bquipment, Ltd., 259
  • Mineral Ore, Reduction of, (287)
  • Mineral Prospecting by Rhodesia Minerals Concession, (99)
  • Minerals, Dutch Government and Bill for Exploration of, (585)
  • Mining and Quarrying Tools, Holman Bros., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Model of Rolling Stand Equipped with S.K.F. Bearings, (639)
  • Moisture in Salt Baths for Steel Treating, (658)
  • Montreal Harbour Improvements, (43)
  • Monuments Used on International Boundary Between Canada and United States, (501)

MOTOR CARS

  • Automobiles in United States, Tinned Pistons for, (395)
  • Morris Motor Car Service Depot at Warsaw, (13)
  • Motor Car Production at Walkerville, Ontario, (43)
  • Motor Car Transmission, L. H. Pomeroy, 189
  • Motor Cars and Chassis, Imports During First Quarter, 1932, (475)
  • Motor Cars and Fatalities on 125th-street Viaduct, Now York City, Prevention by Raising Kerb with Girders, (449)
  • Motor Cars in New Zealand, Sale of New, (129)
  • Motor Cars Registered in United States, Number of, (313)
  • Motor Cars Tested on Tour of Egypt, (475)
  • Motor Cars to be Manufactured Again by D. Napier and Son, Ltd., (367)
  • Motor Vehicle Licences in Great Britain, (475)
  • Wood Used in Motor Car Construction, Choice of, (367)
  • MOTOR Ship and Marine Oil Engine Outputs, 1920-1931, 19
  • Motor Speed Record of " Blue Bird," (237)
  • Moulder, Magnetic, 109

N

  • NANKING'S Central Machine Works to be Established, (13), (71)
  • Naphtha Fumes, Reclaiming, (185)
  • National Physical Laboratory, Annual Report, 1931, 510
  • Natural Gas Well in Turner Valley, Alberta, (449)
  • Navy, French, 509
  • Netherland Ship Testing Tank, 632
  • Newspaper Printing Machines for Russia, London Firm's, (395)
  • New Year Honours for Railway Officials, (43)
  • Nickel Coins for Soviet Russia, (287)
  • Nickel Production in Canada, (423)
  • Nickel Used in Alloy Steel, Amount of, (667)
  • Nitrates, Artificial, Factory for Japan, (13)
  • Nitric Acid, Manufacture in Roumania, (613)
  • Nitric Acid Plant at La Madeleine Works, (529)
  • Nitric Acid Plant at Modderfontein Dynamite Factory, (13)
  • Nitrogen Fixation Plant of Make Company, Operations Started, (129)
  • Nitrogen Fixation Plant at Pet, Hungary, (129)
  • Non-ferrous Metals for Homo Decorations, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, i
  • Norman Lockyer Observatory, Sidmouth, Opening of Photographic Equitorial Dome. (613)
  • Notes on Arc Welding in Bridgework in Australia, 621

O OBITUARY

  • Baring, Brigadier-General the Hon. Everard, 617
  • Bartlett, A. J., 35
  • Battye, Colonel B. C., 664
  • Brennan, Louis, 87, 135
  • Campion, Frederick Arthur, 129
  • Carpmael, Herbert (Portrait), 344
  • Clark, E. C., 371
  • Christian, Edmund J., 161
  • Davis, Joseph, 129
  • Dollar, Captain Robert, 545
  • Doxford, Robert Pile, 399
  • Duckham, Sir Arthur, 214
  • Ewing, P. D., 601
  • Fielding, John, 277
  • Fowler, William Henry, 399
  • Gregory, Professor J. W., 655
  • Haldane, W. F., 315
  • Hamilton, John Henry (Portrait), 264; (Letters : Hugh Campbell, 295; J. Hope
  • Harrison, 312; H. Lincoln Tangye, 312;
  • John D. Troupe, 312; J. W. Gibbons, 340;
  • W. A. Green, 370)
  • Inchcape, Earl of, 573
  • Kerfoot, W., 490
  • McDermott, E. R. (341)
  • Mills, Sir William, 61
  • Newell, Thomas Monk, 129, 135
  • Radford, W. H., 161
  • Reid, J. W., 303
  • Reid, W. P., 185
  • Renwick, Sir Henry, 61
  • Rowlandson, C. A., 71
  • Strange, C. E., (639)
  • Stubbs, Oliver, 31
  • Twinberrow, J. D., 215
  • Watkinson, William Henry, 214
  • Wilkinson, Henry Daniel, 265
  • Wilson, Ernest, 213
  • Wilson, Professor Ernest, 265 (Letter :
  • H. R. Kempe, 295)
  • Yarrow, Sir Alfred T. (Portrait), 133; (Leader, 131)
  • OBSERVATORY, Norman Lockyer, Opening of Extensions, (593)
  • Oil Burner, Portable, Urquharts (1926), Ltd., B.I.F., 258
  • Oil Burner Control Apparatus, " Satchwell," Rheostatic Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 282
  • Oil Deptit at Hamilton, Ontario, (211)
  • Oil Discovered on Bahrein Island, (667)
  • Oil Fuel for Engineering Purposes, Shell-Mex and B.P., Ltd., R.I.P., 258
  • Oil Refinery for Montreal East, (423)
  • Oil Refinery for Shell Company at Vancouver, (367)
  • Oil Storage in Bulk, System for, C. C. Wakefield and Co., Ltd., 270
  • Oil Storage Plant at East Windsor, Ontario, Terminal, (367)
  • Oil Testing Sets, Portable, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 165
  • Omnibus, Test of a Silent, (157)
  • Omnibuses may be Propelled by Coal Gas in Birmingham, (287)
  • Ore Dressing Laboratory at Birmingham University, (13), (43)
  • Ore Milling Plant at Beatty Gold Mine, Ontario, (13)
  • Organisation of Intelligence Services, (71)
  • Ottawa, National Research Laboratories at, 609
  • Otto, Nikolaus August, Centenary Celebrations, 670
  • Oxygen Cutting Machine, Profile, Hancock and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., B.I.F., 259

P

  • PAINT Testing for Durability on Railway Bridges, (667)
  • Painting of Bridge Members Before Leaving Railway Shops in America, (52)
  • Painting of Creosoted Poles, (237)
  • Papermaking Factory at Stoke-on-Trent 7 (501)
  • Paper Mill for Seal Cove, British Columbia, (423)

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH

  • Aeronautics, 29, 275, 409
  • Building, 544
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 355
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 410, 516, 707
  • Dynamos and Motors, 59, 85, 143, 199, 225, 249, 275, 327, 355, 381, 409, 437, 463, 515, 543, 571, 653, 681, 707
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 29, 115, 143, 171, 199, 225, 301, 381, 409, 489, 671, 599, 627, 653, 681
  • Furnaces, 29, 59, 171, 249, 515, 627
  • Gas Producers, 59, 143, 301, 410, 489
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 30, 85, 275, 301, 437, 463, 544, 628, 681, 707
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 115, 199, 249, 355, 409, 437, 627
  • Metallurgy, 116, 327, 438, 682
  • Mining Machinery, 681
  • Miscellaneous, 30, 60, 86, 116, 144, 172, 199. 225, 249, 275, 301, 328, 356, 382, 410, 438, 463, 489, 516, 544, 572, 599, 628, 654, 8R2, 707
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 116, 572, 654, 682
  • Ordnance and Armour, 143
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 327, 654
  • Ships and Boats, 115
  • Steam Generators, 115, 355, 515, 571, 707
  • Switchgear, 59, 85, 143, 171, 249, 409, 137, 489, 515, 543, 681
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 275, 599
  • Tramways and Railways, 463, 544, 653, 707
  • Transformers and Converters, 29, 115, 199, 225, 327, 356, 382, 463, 572, 627
  • Transmission of Power, 115, 143, 171, 275, 355, 382, 515, 544, 572, 599
  • Turbine Machinery, 437, 463, 571, 599, 707
  • Welding, 171
  • PAVING Blocks of Cast Iron, Stanton Ironworks Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Pelton Wheel for the Punjab, 17,000 Horse-power, Boving and Co., Ltd., 44, 48, 49
  • Perforated Metals, G. A. Harvey and Co. (London), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 27, 57, 111, 141, 169, 223, 247, 299, 325, 379, 407, 435, 461, 487, 513, 541, 569, 600, 651, 679, 705
  • Petrol Blending in Southern Rhodesia, (211)
  • Petrol Consumption of " Blue Bird," (449)
  • Petrol from Natural Gas in Germany, (475)
  • Petrol Production by New Method at Osaka, (99)
  • Photo-electric Cells for Automatically Counting Tubes, (585)
  • " Photoelectrograph," Apparatus Enabling Blind People to Road Ordinary Print, (99)
  • Photo-print Developing Machine, Precision Photo Printing Plant, Ltd., 622
  • Physics Building at Leeds University, Opening by Sir William Bragg of, (237)
  • Pipe Carrying Lorry, 594
  • Pipe Fittings for Joints Made by Autogenous Welding, (341)
  • Pipe Joint for Stanton-Do Lavaud Spun Cast Iron Pipes, Stanton Ironworks Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Pipe Testing Machines, G. B. Parkes, Ltd., B.I.F., 310
  • Pipe Trimming Cutter, W. Fearnchough, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, v
  • Pipe Union, Simplifix Patents, Ltd., B.I.F., 309
  • Pipes, Iron, Staveley Coal and Iron Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 310
  • Piston Ring Factory in Toronto, America-Firm to Build, (313)
  • Polar Lights, Professor Sydney Chapman, (585)
  • Polishing and Buffing Machine, W. Canning and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, iii
  • Port at Mouth of the Rio Grande, Deep-water, (13)
  • Port Improvements at Beira, C. S. Meik and Halcrow, 428, 429
  • Port of London Cruises, " Essex Queen " and, (562)
  • Portrush, North Ireland, Developing as Fishing Port, (423)
  • Position of Industry, Sir James Lithgow to Federation of British Industries, 426
  • Power and Fuel Bibliography, (299)
  • Power Development from St. Lawrence River, Opposition to, (211)

PRESSES

  • Baling Press, Large Hydraulic Scrap, Rose, Downs and Thompson, Ltd., 162, 163
  • Notching Press, High-speed, Taylor and Challen, Ltd., B.I.F.Suppt., 26.2.32, vii
  • Press, 125-Ton, John Hands and Sons, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, iv
  • Presses, J. Rhodes and Sons, Ltd., B.I.F., 285
  • Toggle Drawing Press, Taylor and Challen, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vii
  • PRESSINGS and Drop Forgings, Heatly Gresham Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iv
  • Pressure and Stresses in Locomotive Parts, Bryan Reed, 656
  • Publicity in the Editorial Columns, W. H. Temple, 180

PUMPS

  • Automatic Governor for Centrifugal Pumps, Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 108
  • Bore-hole Pumping Plant, C. Isler and Co., Ltd., 194
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Automatic Governor for, 108
  • Gear Pump, Small, Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 193
  • Pump, Motor-driven, Enor, 319
  • Pump, Rotary, Varley Pumps and Engineering, Ltd., B.I.F., 283
  • Pump, Rubber-unit Grit, Mining and Industrial Equipment, Ltd., B.I.F., 259
  • Pump, Small Gear, Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 193
  • Pump for Low-pressure Steam Heating Systems, Pulsometer Engineering Company, Ltd., 507
  • Pumping Plant, Bore-hole, C. Isler and Co., Ltd., 194
  • Pumping Station at Point St. Charles, Extension of, (211)
  • Pumps, Three-throw Vertical Belt-driven, Hollings and Guest, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, iv
  • Turbo-electric Feed Pump for Spondon Power-house, G. and J. Weir, Ltd., 673
  • Two-stroke Gas Displacement Pump, Christie's, 536
  • " PUNCH " Summer Number, (572)

Q

  • QUARRYING Plant at Cumberland, Granite Company, Ltd., General Electric Company, Ltd., 674
  • Quartzite, High Compressive Strength of, (341)
  • .Quartzite Deposits at Kazakstan, Russia, (367)

R

  • RADIUM Extraction Plant in Ontario, (395)
  • Radium in Engineering Inspection, V. E. Pullin, 492, 493, 494 (Supplement, May 6th, 1932)

RAILWAYS (GENERAL MATTERS)

  • Accidents :
  • Accidents and Block Signals, (659)
  • Accidents Due to Broken Axles, Freedom of British Railways, (475)
  • Accidents During 1931, Inquiries by Ministry of Transport, (585)
  • Accidents of Fifty Years Ago Recalled, Two Fatal, (129)
  • Accidents on Indian Railways, Fatal, (693)
  • Accidents on Railways and Road, Comparison of Fatal, (501)
  • Accidents through Heat or Cold, (693)
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Reports, (129)
  • Buffer Stop Collision at St. Enoch's Station, Glasgow, (313)
  • Crank Axle Failure on Tank Engine at Wardleworth, (693)
  • Dagenham Collision, Verdict " Accidental Death " at Inquest, (13); Lieut.-Colonel Mount's Report, (501), 510
  • Derailment at Great Bridgeford, 699
  • Didcot Collision, Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's Report, (529), (613)
  • Failure of Couplings on Goods Trains During 1930, (13)
  • Fatal Railway Accident at Victoria Station, Manchester, (449)
  • Hammersmith Collision, Ministry of Transport Inquiry, (693)
  • Holloway Collision, Col. Trench's Report, (423)
  • Nottingham Station Accident, Lieut. -Colonel Anderson's Report, (261)
  • Railway Accidents During 1931, Fatal, (71)
  • St. Enoch's Station, Glasgow, Col. Trench's Report on Buffer Stop Collision, (639)
  • Tring Shunting Accident, Col. Mount's Report, (211)
  • Welwyn Derailment, Col. Trench's Report, (157)
  • Appointments and Staff Changes, (24), (43), (237), (313), (475), (585)
  • Automatic Couplings, 411
  • Board of Trade Export Tables for Railway Material During First Eleven Months of 1931, 71; December and the Year, (157);
  • January, 1932, (367); February, 1932, (501); First Quarter, 1932, (557); First Four Months, 1932, (639)
  • Centenary of Dundee and Newtyle Railway, (71)
  • Colour Light Signals on Railways, (449)
  • Electrification on Brighton Line, 655
  • Express Passenger Train Electrification, F. Lydall, 459; (Leader, 451)
  • Finance and Electrification of Railways, Statement by Sir Herbert Walker, (71)
  • Flying Junctions, " Fly-under " Type has Advantage over " Fly-over " Type, (71)
  • Freight Trains and High-speed Running, (99)
  • Garages at Railway Stations, (185)
  • Large-capacity Wagons on Railways, Mr. Frank Pick and, (13)
  • Lay-out of Hump Shunting Yards, 88
  • London and Edinburgh, Reduction in Running Time Between, (423)
  • London Passenger Transport Bill, (178), (639)
  • London Traffic, Royal Commission, Useful Evidence of Mr. W. Barclay Parsons, (613)
  • Milk Traffic on the Railways, (157)
  • National Union of Railwaymen, Membership Numbers, (613)
  • Oil-electric Rail Coach on London and North-Eastern Railway, Further Results of Tests on Armstrong, Whitworth, 128; (Note, 185)
  • Operation of Points, Long-distance, (99)
  • Passengers on Tramways and Trolley Omnibuses during 1931, (185)
  • Rail vereue Roads, 279
  • Railhead Distribution Depot at Finchley-road, Cadbury Brothers, 310
  • Railway and Road Transport, 117
  • Railway and Road Interests Committee, Appointment of Chairman, (395), Objects of Committee, (449)
  • Railway and Road Transport in Irish Free State, Co-ordination of, (129)
  • Railway Bills in Parliament, (43)
  • Railway Carriage and Wagon Wheel Turning Plant, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 342, 346, 347
  • Railway Companies and Carriage of Letters, Parcels, and Milk, (449)
  • Railway Companies and Road Transport, Sir Ralph Wedgewood, (475), (501)
  • Railway Construction under Five-year Plan, (608)
  • Railway Critics, 213
  • Railway Rates Tribunal, Review of Rates and Charges, (529)
  • Road-rail Vehicle, Karrier, 474
  • Signal Lamps, Progress on, (585)
  • Signal Lights. Device for Notifying Failure of, (501)
  • Sixtieth Anniversary of Third-class Travelling on all Midland Railway Trains, (367)
  • Sleepers, Use of Steel, Experiments Continue, (613)
  • Standing Committee on Mineral Transport, Appointment of Chairman, (395)
  • Traders' Season Tickets, Minimum Period of, (584)
  • Transport Report and Mansion House Association on Transport, (99)
  • Transport of Passengers in London, (43)
  • Water Troughs and Tender Pick-up, Ramsbottom's, (43)

RAILWAYS

  • Great Western :
  • Annual Report for 1931, Statistics, (313)
  • Broad Gauges Abolition, Fortieth Year Since, (585)
  • " Cheltenham Flyer," Three Months' Results, (13)
  • Coal Loaded in Containers, (13)
  • Colour Light Signals between Paddington and Southall, Three Hundred and Twenty, (43)
  • Company has Fastest Passenger and Freight Trains in the World, (341)
  • Express Freight Trains, (157), (557)
  • Hoists and Conveyors at Docks to Deal with 20-Ton Wagons, (261)
  • Improved Train Service for Northolt and Greenford, (423)
  • Longest Non-stop Freight Train, (341)
  • Rail Oiling Apparatus for Curves. (211)
  • Road Vehicles to be Purchased, (13)
  • Taunton Widening Scheme, (395)
  • Trucks for Milk Tank Trailers, 675
  • Welding and Permanent Way Repairs, (211)
  • Westbury and Frome By-pass Lines Nearing Completion, (367), (395)
  • Works in Hand as Result of Development (Loans, Guarantees and Grants) Act, 1929, (157)
  • Work on G.W.R. for 1932, 1
  • Great Western and London, Midland and Scottish Railways. Management of Bristol and Birkenhead Railway, (287)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway :
  • Acceleration of Trains and Boats, (585)
  • Acceleration of Train Services, (667)
  • Automatic Signals for Electric Trains Between Camden and Watford (667)
  • Birmingham Expresses' Good Timekeeping, (639)
  • Birmingham in Two Hours with Two Intermediate Stops, (367)
  • Blackpool Railway Stations Renamed, (261)
  • Carriage-washing Machine at Cricklewood Depot, (449)
  • Closing of Company's Steel Works, (639)
  • Closing of Newton Heath Carriage and Wagon Shops, (429,) (613)
  • Colour Light Signals on Derby and Birmingham Section, (529)
  • Containers for Household Furniture Removals, (185)
  • Electrification of Railways. Company Considers Weir Report, (557)
  • Finebley-road Railhead Distribution Depot of Cadbury Brothers, 310
  • Freight Services Accelerated, (367)
  • Freight Train Expresses, (287)
  • " Lock - up " Garages at Suburban Stations, (99)
  • Mechanisation of Permanent Way Maintenance, 622
  • Mirfield, Yorks, Signalling Scheme, (341)
  • New Year's Message to Staff from Sir Josiah Stamp, (71)
  • Paint Trade and Transport by Containers, (613)
  • Pullman Company's First-class Sleeping Car Between Inverness and Glasgow. 1885, (71)
  • Railway Plough Brake Van, Craven's Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, Ltd., 622
  • Reduction in Railway Working During 1931, (261)
  • " Royal Scot " Seventieth Anniversary, (639)
  • Sack and Sheet Stores at Trent Junction, (667)
  • Scientific Research on London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Sir Harold Hartley, 611
  • Shops Built at Railway Stations by Company, (423)
  • Telephonic Communication Between Head-quarters and Outside Offices, (613)
  • Tilbury—Dunkirk Steamship Service to be Transferred to Folkestone, (43)
  • Tilbury—Dunkirk Cross-Channel Services, Reasons for Abandoning, (313)
  • Travelling Post Office Vans, Modern, (185)
  • Turntable at Euston, 70ft., (449)
  • Widening of Lines Completed at Hazel Grove and Dove Holes. (667)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • Annual Report for 1931, (287)
  • Coaching Train Mileage, (367)
  • Collet System of Packing Sleepers, (693)
  • Creosoting Work at Bo'ness, (13) (Correction for December 25th, 1931), (43)
  • Cross-Channel Boats for Week-end Cruises, (449)
  • Double-line Construction at Kinnaber Junction Nearing Completion, (612)
  • Dunston Power Station, Stator for, Unusual Transport,_(287), (313)
  • Exceptional Feat of Transport from Heaton Works to Copenhagen, 646
  • Expeditious Unloading and Loading of Local Trains, (157)
  • Express Trains' Good Timekeeping, (639)
  • Farm-moving by Train, (475)
  • King's Cross to Cambridge, Service Renewed, (475)
  • Leeds to King's Cross, Fast Service, (475)
  • Loading Tar from Railway Tank Wagons Direct to Tanker Steamer, (211)
  • Mechanical Coaling Plant at York, (693)
  • Pooling Agreements, (557)
  • Poster Advertising by Railways, (693)
  • Romford Widening, 393, 396
  • Selby Swing Bridge, Renovation of, (185)
  • Southern Railway :
  • Borough Market Junction relaid with Manganese Steel, (475)
  • Bricklayer's Arms Goods Station Extensions, (341)
  • Bricklayers' Arms Station Reopened for Passenger Traffic, (667)
  • Coaling Plant at Dover, (237), (395), (474)
  • Cross-Channel Services Reduced, (99)
  • Dover Priory Station Opened, (585)
  • Electric Motor Coaches for Brighton and Worthing Services, (185)
  • Folkestone-Dunkirk Service Time-table, (423)
  • Kent and East Sussex Railway, Receiver 4 and Manager Appointed, (341)
  • Loud Speakers on Southern and London, Midland and Socttish Railways, (613)
  • Maunsell's Bogie for Electric Rolling Stock, (185)
  • Mr. Gerald Loder Elected Chairman, (639)
  • Port Victoria Branch to Allhallows Completed, (585)
  • Privately Owned Wagons, (261)
  • Pullman Cars for Brighton and Worthing Service, (43)
  • Punctuality of Trains, Stet= and Electric, (129)
  • Receipts for 1931, (341)
  • Steamship for Newhaven-Dieppe Service, Order Placed for, (129)
  • Suburban Traffic to Charing Cross and Cannon-street Stations, (129)
  • Train Ferry Dock at Dover, (693)
  • Metropolitan Railway :
  • Annual Report, 1931, (395)
  • Birthday, 61
  • Centralised Traffic Control on Stanmore Branch, (349)
  • " Hold-up " at Baker-street Station, (13)
  • Price of Sleepers and Rails Lower than Before War, (261)
  • Underground Raiways :
  • Ashfield, Lord, Twenty-five Years' Connection with London Underground Railways, (667)
  • Closing of Down-street Station, (529)
  • Improvements to Stations Held Up, (261)
  • Opening and Closing of Tube Railway Carriage Doors, (261)
  • Opening Hyde Park Corner Station, (529)
  • Great Northern Railway of Ireland :
  • Annual Meeting, (395)
  • Reconstruction of Boyne Viaduct, (639)
  • Great Southern Railways of Ireland :
  • Drumm Battery Train Operating Daily, (287)
  • Colonial, Indian, and Foreign Railways :
  • American Permanent Way Developments, 473
  • American Railways and Reduction of Wages, (43), (211)
  • Train Ferry Steamers, American Sea-going, 388
  • Australian Railways, Annual Report, (13)
  • New South Wales Railway Commissioners' Report, (557)
  • Canadian National Railways, Returns for 1931, (237)
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, Petrol-electric Rail Car Built by Ottawa Company, (185)
  • Canadian Railways and Freedom from Fatal Accidents, (287)
  • INDIA :
  • Indian Railways, Financial Results for 1931, (287)
  • Indian Railway Board, Report for 1930-31, (423)
  • Indian Railway Board, Annual Report, 1930-31, (501)
  • Belt System in Eastern Bengal Railway's Workshops, (211)
  • Electrification of Lines in Bombay Area of Great Indian Peninsular Railway, Automatic Signalling Installed, (129)
  • Electrification AN ork on Indian Railways, (423)
  • SOUTH AFRICA :
  • Electric Trains on Maritzburg to Cato Bridge Section, (395)
  • Electrification between Masons Hill and Cato Bridge, (237)
  • Electrification of Natal Main Line, (341)
  • Railways and Road Competition, Method of Stopping, (211)
  • South African Government Railways, Steel Sleepers, Use of, (395)
  • South African Railways, Estimated Revenue for 1932-33, (529)
  • South African Railways and Harbours, Estimates of Expenditure, 1932, (693)
  • South African Railways Report, (157)
  • Steam Heating of Trains, Improved, (693)
  • Waterproofing Tarpaulins for Railway Wagons, Experiments on Two South African Railways, (13)
  • White Metal on South African Railways, Use of, (501)
  • Miscellaneous :
  • Coquihalla Pass Section of Kettle Valley Railway may be Abandoned Owing to Washouts and Slides, (449)
  • Dolomites Railway, Power for Narrow Gauge, (43)
  • French Railways, Electrification of, 612
  • Gersenialp-Trnbsee Aerial Railway Company Adopts Cars Made of Copper-aluminium Alloys, (557)
  • Milan Central Railway Station, 92, 93, 100
  • Oil-electric Rail Cars on Pamplona San Sebastian Railway, William Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 138
  • Petrol Engine-driven Freight Van for Bermuda Railway, Drewry Car Company, Ltd., 109
  • Rail Lengths of 197ft. on German Railways, (475)
  • Railway Ferry Across Yangtze River, (185)
  • Railway Signals in France, Changes in, (601)
  • Railway Wagons on European Railways, Maximum Safe Operating Speed of, (43)
  • Rolling Stock for Bermuda Railway, 109
  • Russian Soviet Railway System, (583)
  • Self-propelled Rail Units, Montreal Locomotive Works to Manufacture, (423)

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES

  • " Beyer-Garrett " Locomotive for U.S.S.R., (613)
  • Beyer - Peacock Locomotives, Catalogue Reproduced in French, 328
  • British Express Locomotive Design, Trend of, W. A. Tuplin, 149
  • British Locomotive Industryy, 465
  • Centenary of Locomotive, " Comet " Running on Leicester and Swannington Railway, (529)
  • Locomotive, Narrow-gauge Oil Engine, Motor Rail, Ltd., B.I.F., 284
  • Locomotive Boiler Repairs on South African Railways, (341)
  • Locomotive Model for Railway Museum at Cairo, (449)
  • Locomotive Performance on London and North-Eastern Railway, Recent, 444, 469
  • Locomotive Wheel, Photo-elastic Image of, Professor E. G. Coker, 642
  • Locomotives with Roller Bearings on Pennsylvania Railroad, (693)
  • Mechanism of Electric Locomotives, J. D. Twinborrow, 147, 153, 182, 217
  • Oil-electric Shunting Locomotive, Armstrong-Whitworth, 674
  • Oil-electric Locomotive, Status of, 121
  • Oil Locomotives and Steam Locomotives Compared, G. Strachan, 296
  • Power Required for Electric Locomotives at Speed, (43)
  • Recent Locomotive Performance on London and North-Eastern Railway, 444, 469
  • Status of Oil-electric Locomotives, 121
  • Three-cylinder Express Locomotives, Philadelphia and Reading Railroad, 684
  • Two-foot Gauge Locomotives for Gwalior Light Railway, W. G. Bagnall, Ltd., 164
  • London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • L. and N.E. Railway Articulated Booster Locomotive, " No. 727," 16
  • Average Weekly Distance of Locomotive over Six Years, (43)
  • Locomotive Building Programme for 1932, (211)
  • Oil-electric Shunting Locomotive, Armstrong Whitworth, 674
  • London and North-Eastern Railway,
  • Recent Locomotive Performance, 444, 469
  • Tank Engine " No. 6171 " Fitted with Booster, 691
  • Three-cylinder 4-4-0 Express Engines to have Names of Famous Hunts, (557)
  • Tire Breaking on Locomotives, (639)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway
  • Locomotives Built During 1931, (157)
  • Locomotive Repairs, Average Time in-Shops for, (639)
  • Southern Railway :
  • Southern Railway, Three-cylinder 2-6-4 Goods Tank Locomotive, 210
  • Ministry of Transport :
  • Local Transport Traffic Commissioners, (341)
  • London Traffic Bill, Progress of, (523)
  • Maintenance of Road Surfaces of Bridges Carrying Highways over Railways, (287)
  • Operation Heavy Commercial Transport Conference, (287)
  • Railway Accident Report for 1931, Preliminary, (525), (557)
  • Railway Returns for 1931, (237), (367)
  • Statistics for November, 1931, (211);
  • December, 1931, (287) January, 1932, (475); February, 1932, (557); March, 1932, (667), (693)
  • Royal Commission of Transport, Report , (423)
  • RANKINE, Macquorn, Sir James B. Henderson, 689
  • Reconstruction and Rationalisation, 451
  • Rediscovering England, Dr. H. E. Armstrong on Education, (157)
  • Refractories, Relative Heat Transfer Through, (13)
  • Refrigerating Condenser Pipes, Prevention of Corrosion and Rust of, (639)
  • Research, Building, Report for 1930, 125
  • Research, Report of Department Scientific and Industrial, 78 (Leader, 73)
  • Research Board, Water Pollution, Annual Report, 108
  • Research Laboratories, National, at Ottawa, 609
  • Resin in Oil Varnish, Synthetic, (367)
  • Rivet Bush, " Hank," Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iv
  • Rivet Hole Failures, National Boiler and General Insurance Company, Ltd., 509
  • Riveters for Russia, Pneumatic, Fielding and Platt, Ltd., 676
  • Rivets in Shipbuilding, Robert Boardman, 590
  • Road Roller, 6-ton Oil-engine-driven, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.:12, ii

ROADS

  • Cast Iron Blocks for Leeds' Roads, (367)
  • Cast Iron Roads, Stanton Ironworks Company, Ltd., Mass Production, (475)
  • Concrete Road Construction in Louisiana, U.S.A.; (449)
  • Concrete Road in North Dakota Subject to Temperature of 153 deg Fah., (449)
  • Concrete Roads in Great Britain and Ireland, Increase in Mileage, (423)
  • Design and Behaviour of Concrete Roads, 108
  • Experimental Work on Roads, 102
  • Highways of United States, (395)
  • London Transport Passenger Bill, Parliament and, (367)
  • Rail versus Roads, 279
  • Road Congresses, 1
  • Road-making, British—Past and Present, (111)
  • Road-making, Relative Merits of Tar and Bitumen for, (43)
  • Road-making by Mechanical Devices Adopted in Oregon, (423)
  • Road-making Equipment, F. Parker, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Road-making Material for Export from Whinstone Quarry at Crasher, (99)
  • Road Traffic Interests and the Railways, (157)
  • Road Traffic Signals Operated by Pedestrians at Norbury, (449)
  • Road Transport of Flowers from Penzance to Covent Garden, (237)
  • Roads and their Contours in Groat Britain, (211)
  • Roads in United States and Amount of Portland Cement Used, (449)
  • Roads Maintained by Ontario Government Number of, (341)
  • Slag for Road-making, Large Shipment from Jarrow to London, (341)
  • Street Signals in Oxford-street Eliminate Accidents, (287)
  • Street Signals Operated by Pressure of Passing and Approaching Vehicles, (313)
  • ROBINSON Deep Mine, Great Depth from Surface, (449)
  • Roll, " Bliss " Cluster, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, B.I.F., 260
  • Roller, " Manumit " Motor, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii
  • Roller Bearings, Flexible Spiral, G. Salter and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, v
  • Roller Bearings, Tapered, British Timkin, Ltd., B.I.F., 310
  • Roller Bearings, 12in. Rod Rolling Mill with Skefko, 618, 619
  • Roller and Ball Bearings for Sliding Machanisni, Hoffmann Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 593
  • Roman Blast-furnace Discovered near Grantham, (308)
  • Rubbing and Polishing Machine, " Flex-Shaft," B.E.N. Patents, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vii
  • Rubber Belts, Tests on Running of, (13)
  • Rust Production Plant in Westinghouse Research Laboratories, (557)
  • Rye Harbour to be Closed, (71)

S

  • SAFETY Razor Blade Factory at Belfast, German Firm has, (395)
  • St. Paul's Cathedral, Underground Conditions of, (449)
  • Salt Discovered near Nappan, Nova Scotia, (395)
  • Salt Works on Dead Sea, (99)
  • Sand and Road Traffic, Drifting, (667)
  • Sand Preparing Plants for Foundries, Pneulec, Ltd., B .I. F., 260
  • Sandick, Mr. van, Retirement from Secretaryship of Royal Institution of Engineers of Holland, (43)
  • Sanding Machine, Overhead, Dominion Machinery Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32. iii
  • Saskatchewan Power Commission's Annual Report, (367)
  • Sawing Machines, Cold Circular, S. Russell and Sons, Ltd., B.I.F., 283
  • Scale Formation, Effect of Furnace Design on, H. C. Armstrong, 608
  • Scholarships at University of Manchester, Manchester City Council, (484)
  • Scholarships in Electrical Engineering, 556
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, Report of Department for 1931: (Leader, 73), 78

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS

  • Ammeter, Multi-range Valve, H. Tinsley and Co., 68
  • Ammeter, " Tong-Test," Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 68
  • Barometers, Production of, 208, 212
  • " Boost " Gauge for Aeroplanes, 209
  • Condenser, Moullen Variable, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 40
  • Conduit Tester, Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., Ltd., 41
  • Fault Recorder, Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., Ltd., 41
  • Flow Meter, Ring Balance, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, 69
  • Gas Indicator, Continuous, 70
  • Gas Indicator, Continuous, Griffin and Tatlock, Ltd., 69
  • Gear-testing Instrument•, David Brown and Sons, Ltd., 138
  • Gravity-gradiometer, Observations on, (671)
  • Hardness Testing Machine, Direct Reading, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., B.I.F., 236
  • Hot Wire Relay, 69
  • Humidity Meter, Bateson's Direct Reading, 69
  • Humidity Indicator, " Siemens," Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 70
  • Humidity Meter Transmitter, Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 70
  • Humidity Recorder, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 40, B.I.F., 309
  • Induction Heater Circuit, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 96
  • Inductive Circuit with Rectifier, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd., 41
  • Liquid Flow Cut-out, Negretti and Zambra, 42
  • Mercury Switch, Isenthal and Co., Ltd., 41, 42
  • Mercury in Steel Thermometers, Manufacture of, 208
  • Meter for Measurement of Dirty Gas, George Kent, Ltd., B.I.F., 235
  • Meter, Portable Humidity, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 309
  • Motor Controlled by Photo-cell and Thyratron, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 96
  • Multi-Range D.C. Test Set, Ferranti, Ltd., 96
  • Oil Testing Sets, Portable, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 165
  • Ohmmeter, Workshop, 41
  • Pinion Measuring Machine, 401
  • Pyrometers, Surface on Contact, Foster Instrument Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iv
  • Regulators, Moving Coil Voltage, 210
  • Relay, Hot Wire, Griffin and Tatlock, Ltd., 69
  • Surge Protector, Edison Swan Electric Company, Ltd., 42
  • Switch, Mercury, 41, 42
  • Temperature Control, Apparatus for Automatic, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 309
  • Testing Machine, Bourdon Tube, 209
  • Thermometers, Manufacture of Glass, 208, 21:2
  • Thyratron Controlling Spot Light, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 96
  • Time Switch, Synclock-operated, Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., Ltd., 41
  • Variable Condenser, Moullin, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 40
  • Water Level Indicator for Overhead Tanks, Rose's, Budenberg Gauge Company, Ltd., 136
  • Wavemeter, Sub-standard, H. W. Sullivan, Ltd., 96
  • Workshop Ohmmeter, Record Electrical Company, Ltd., 41
  • SCRAP Baling Press, Hydraulic, Rose, Downs and Thompson, Ltd., 162, 163
  • Screen, Double-deck Vibratory, Robert Cort and Son, Ltd., R.I.P., 282
  • Screen, " Sherwen " Vibrating, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 260
  • Screen, Single-deck " Gyrex," Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, B.I.F., 260
  • Screens, Vibrating Shaking, Pegson, Ltd. B.I.F., 285
  • Screw Grip, (113)
  • Screwing Machine, C. Winn and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iv
  • Seaming Machines, J. Rhodes and Sons, Ltd., B.I.F., 285
  • Searchlight Visible at 50 Miles, Westinghouse, (13)
  • Seeding Apparatus to Have Fertiliser Attachment, (287)
  • Selenium Production in Canada, (475)
  • Separators, Magnetic, Darwins, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, iv
  • wage Disposal Plant at Crowland Township, Senear Welland, (449)
  • Sewage Outfalls on Pacific Coast of America, (43)
  • Sewage Scheme for Bombay, (71)
  • Shaft Sinking Records on Rand Mines, (613), (693)
  • Shale Oil Industry of New South Wales, (99)
  • Shears, Guillotine, J. Rhodes and Sons, Ltd., B.I.F., 285
  • Shingles for Roofing Purposes Produced in Canada, (211)

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING

  • General Matters :
  • American Sea-going Train Ferry Steamers, E. E. R. Tratman, 388, 429
  • Automatic Stabilisation of Ships, Dr. E. F. W. Alexanderson, 622
  • British Shipping and World Trade, 87
  • Cammell Laird and Co.'s Reorganisation, 303, 491
  • Cavitation Experiments on Model Propeller, 386
  • Clyde Launch of 1932, The First, 117
  • Clyde Navigation Trust, Annual Meeting, 31
  • Clyde Shipbuilding Returns for April, (501)
  • Colloidal Fuels for Marine Services, 655
  • Compagnie Generale Transatlantique, 31
  • Conversion Contract on Oil Tanker s.s." Cadillac " to Superheated Steam, 299
  • Cosulich Line Enters South American Service with Motor Liner " Neptunia," (613)
  • Cunard Company's Liner " Scythia " and Colloidal Fuel, (693)
  • Cunard Liner and Shipbuilding Industry, (237)
  • Cunard Liner " Carmania " may be Used for Homeless Families and Single Men at Oslo, (129)
  • Cunard Liner " Carmania " to be Broken Up, (475)
  • Cunarder, The, 1.19.31, 117 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Cunard Liner, Progress on, 19 (Suppelement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Electric Arc Welding in Ships, 137
  • Fatal Accidents Amongst Crews of Vessels, (667)
  • French Line, Financing the, 1, 87
  • Gyroscopic Stabilising Equipment of Lloyd Sabaudo Liner " Conte di Savoie," 32, 62, 72 (Two-page Supplement, January 15th, 1932)
  • Hydro-dynamics of Ship Propulsion, Hamburg Conference, 582
  • Italian Shipbuilding, Statistics, (501)
  • Italian Shipping Merger, 31
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Summary, 126
  • Modern Types of Propelling Machinery for Mercantile Marine Use, Sterry B. Freeman, 74, 90; (Leader, 73)
  • P. and 0. Liner " Egypt," Gold from, (613)
  • Problems of Ship Propulsion, G. S. Baker, 582
  • Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, Lloyd's Register of Shipping, 83
  • Sea-going Train Ferry Steamers, American, E. E. R. Tratman, 388, 429, 446, 471
  • Seaworthiness of Collier Types, L. C. Burrill, (151)
  • Ship Propulsion, Hamburg Conference on, 565
  • Shipbuilding Prospects for Next Five Years, (613)
  • Shipping Industry Revival in United Kingdom, (501)
  • Shipping Laid Up through Trade Depression, (185)
  • Shipyard for Building River Tugs at Dnepropetrovsk, (313)
  • State Scrapping of Obsolete Ships, Plan for, (529)
  • Steamers from Nova Scotia to Baltic Ports to Run for American Company, (99)
  • Stoker for s.s. " Beaverhill,' 52
  • Survival of Paddle Steamers, 0. W. Tripp, 577
  • Tonnage French Ships Laid Up, (211)
  • Training of Engine-room Artificers, 121
  • Vessel for Putting in Place Steel and Concrete Water Intake Pipes for Toronto, (423)
  • NV haling Vessels Launched on Tees, (475)
  • Winch, Totally Enclosed Steam Trawl, 207
  • Naval Matters
  • Argentine Cruiser " Veinticinco de Mayo," 9 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • French Aircraft Tender " Commandant Taste," 9
  • French Cruiser " Foch," 8 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • French Navy, 509
  • French Submarine Cruiser " Succour," 8, 9
  • H.M. Light Cruiser " Exeter," 7 (Supplement, January let, 1932)
  • H.M.S. " Decoy," Launch of Destroyer, (639)
  • H.M. Submarine." M. 3 " to be Broken Up, (423)
  • Italian Scout " Emanuele Pessagno," 9 (Supplement, January let, 1932)
  • Salvage of Submarine " M. 2," (237)
  • Submarine " Thames," Launch of H.M., (128)
  • Sunken Submarine " M. 2," 117
  • Trials of Destroyer Leader " Kempenfelt," Successful, (475)
  • Liners and Miscellaneous Vessels
  • C.G.T. Cargo Steamer " San Antonio," 20
  • Canadian Pacific Liner " Empress of Britain," 19 (Supplement, January in, 1932)
  • Clyde River Paddle Steamer " Marmion," Reconditioning of, (585)
  • " Empress of Britain," Fresh Records, (693)
  • Ferry Boat " Royal Iris II.," 'Wallasey, 593
  • French South American Liner " L'Atlantique," 21, 22
  • Furness Withy Turbo - electric Liner " Monarch of Bermuda," 19 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Gyroscopic Stabilising Equipment of Lloyd Sabaudo Liner " Conte di Savoia," 32, 62, 72 (Two-page Supplement, January 15th, 1932)
  • Highland Patriot," Nelson Line Motor Ship, 592
  • Holt Cargo Liner " Polyphemus," 77
  • " Isle of Sark " Starts in Channel Islands' Service, (313)
  • Launch of Cargo and Liverstock-carrying Steamer " Slieve More," the First Launch on Clyde for 1932, 117
  • Launch of Steel Screw Steamer " Remois,"
  • First Vessel Launched on Tees, 1932, (261)
  • Lloyd Triestino Motor Liner " Victoria," 22 (Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • Mail Steamer " Prestolonaslednik Petar," 20
  • " Mauretania " Creates Record between Gibraltar and Southampton, (585)
  • Miss England III.," Further Trials with, (639)
  • Motor Boat Engine, Napier " Lion " Aeroplane Engine as, 651
  • Motor Oil Tanker " Ashmore," 18, 20
  • Motor Oil Tanker " Caprella," 18, 20
  • Motor Ship " Maedhui," 18, 20
  • Nelson Motor Liner " Highland Patriot," 592
  • Pacific Steam Navigation Company's Motor *Liner " Reina del Pacifico," 19, 20 (Supplement, January 191, 1932)
  • PADDLE STEAMERS:
  • " Crested Eagle," General Steam Navigation Company, 577
  • " Jeanie Deans," L. and N.E. Railway, 577
  • " Marmion," Reconditioned, L. and N.E. Railway, (585)
  • " Portsdown," Southern Railway, 577
  • " Queen of Thanet," New Medway Steam Packet Company, 578
  • " Southsea," Southern Railway, 577
  • P. and 0. Turbo-electric Liner " Strathflavor," 19 (Supplement, January in, 1932)
  • Rotterdam-Lloyd Cargo Liner " Tosari " has Oil Engines Installed, (475)
  • " Royal Iris II.," Wallasey Ferry Boat, 593
  • " Santa Rosa," Panama Mail Service Liner, (461)
  • Union Castle Motor Liner " Warwick Castle," 19 (Supplement, January let, 1932)
  • Union Steamship Company of New Zealand Turbo-electric Ferry Steamer " Ranga-tira," 19, 20
  • Wallasey Ferry Boat " Royal Iris II.," 593
  • Whaling Parent Ship " Vestfold," 18, 21
  • SHUNGITE Industry in Leningrad, (185)
  • Sieves for Testing Purposes, National Standardisation of, (693)
  • " Sinterko,rund " Ceramic Product, (313)
  • Sixty Years Ago, 22, 54, 70, 107, 128, 156, 184, 210, 242, 257, 294, 320, 349, 375, 388, 417, 448, 484, 506, 537, 556, 593, 621, 635, 664, 699
  • Skyscrapers for Moscow, (185)
  • Slide Rule, Modern, H. 0. Cooper, 658
  • " Slogans," E. J. H. Lemon, (621)
  • Slough Trading Estate and Factory Sites, (129)
  • Sluice Gates and Regulators for Sukkur Irrigation Undertaking, 138
  • Smoke Consumer, " Flamma," Hartley, Sons and Co., 110
  • Soda-ash in Manufacture of Iron, Use of, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, i
  • Solder, Use of Cadmium in, (321)

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES :

  • Alcohol from Maize. 323
  • Congella Power Station, 645
  • Crane for Table Bay Arrives, 60-ton Floating, 269
  • Diamond Mines Position, 323
  • Electric Appliances, Durban's Call for, 538
  • Electrical Progress in Durban, 289
  • Electricity for Natal Sugar Mills, 404
  • Generator for Cape Town, 646
  • Gold Mines and Extensions, New, 646
  • Gold Ore Find, Remarkable, 645
  • Gold Strike from Waterberg Hills, Rich, 322
  • Greater Robinson Deep Gold Mine, 207
  • Hydro-electric Power Schemes, 645
  • Loan Estimates, 645
  • Locomotives for Kenya and Uganda Railway, 194
  • Lower Zambesi Bridge, 538
  • Making South African Coast Safer, 269
  • Mining Statistics, 269
  • Municipal Development, 322
  • Natal Coal for Far East, 323
  • Natal Coast Electricity Supplies, 538
  • Nitrogen Plant at Modderfontein, 322
  • Port Elizabeth Harbour, 269, 323, 538
  • Railcars, 404
  • Rail Durability, 194
  • Rail Rates on Coal Reduced, 194
  • Railway Bridges in the Free State, 322
  • Railway Works, Proposed, 269
  • Rhodesian Railways, 194
  • Rhodesia-Walvis Bay Railway, 405
  • Road Passenger Service Between Nairobi and Johannesburg, 269
  • Roan Antelope Smelter, 194
  • Robinson Deep Shaft Reaches 7730ft., 538
  • Rock Fall in Gold Mine, Huge, 645
  • Russian Oil, 269
  • S.A.R. Workshops at Bloemfontein, 322
  • Shaft Sinking Record, 538
  • Standardising Locomotives, 404
  • State Iron and Steel Works, 538
  • State Steel Works, 538
  • Stremmatograph Research, 404
  • Sub-stations for Cape Town, Additional, 645
  • Union's Marshalling Yard at Gun Hill, 322
  • Use of Electricity Increasing, 538
  • Vereeniging Extensions, 404
  • Victoria Falls Power, 404
  • SOWING with Mechanical Sowers, (585)
  • Spain to Sell War Vessels by Auction, (99)
  • Spectroscopic Laboratory Built Inside Refrigerator at Massachusetts, (261)
  • Spray Painting Plant, Aerograph, 299
  • Stainless Iron and Steel Production, E. C.
  • Smith, 663; (Leader, 669)
  • Statistical Method in Industrial Standardisation, Dr. W. A. Stewhart, (379)
  • Steam Turbine Blades, Erosion 8f, F. W. Gardner, 146, 174, 202
  • Steel Welded Coal Barge for Port of New York, (613)
  • Stephenson's Piston Valve of 1832, 479
  • Stokers for Firing Lancashire Boilers, Mechanical, James Hodgkinson (Salford), Ltd., B.I.F., 285
  • Stone Breaker, Impact, F. Parker, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Stone Slitting Wheel, F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vii
  • Stonework, Decay of, 439
  • Stoves, Gas-heated, Wm. Allday and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 310
  • Strainer, Rotoklene, Ashworth and Parker, 700
  • Stratosphere Ascent of Professor Piccard from Zurich, (639)
  • Suction Gas and Tractors, 473
  • Sugar and Water, Substitute for Lubricating Oil, (423)
  • Sugar Cane Mills for Natal Electrically Driven, Mirrlees, Watson Company, Ltd., 686, 687, 694
  • Sugar for Setting Lime Mortar, (287)
  • Sugar Industry in Natal, Process Steam-electric Plant for, 127
  • Sugar Maple Wood for Industrial Purposes, (313)
  • Sugar Production from Beet Juice by Micro-flotation, (287)
  • Sulphate of Ammonia, Export of Canadian-made, to China, the Dutch Indies, and Hawaii, (367)
  • Sulphur Plant in Norway, (395)
  • SUPPLEMENTS :
  • Annual Reviews (Eight-page Supplement, January 1st, 1932)
  • British Industries Fair at Birmingham (Eight-page Supplements, February 19th and 26th, 1932)
  • Comparative Radiographs : X-rays and Radium (Two-page Supplement, May 6th, 1932)
  • Gyroscopic Stabilising Equipment of Lloyd Sabaudo Liner " Conti di Savoia " (Two-page Supplement, January 15th, 1932)
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge (Two-page Supplement, March 18th, 1932; Four-page Supplement, April 8th, 1932)
  • THE METALLURGIST (Sixteen-page Supplements, January 29th, 1932; February 26th, 1932; Mareh 25th, 1932; April 29th, 1932; May 27th, 1932; June 24th, 1932)
  • Surface Flaws in Metal Objects, Detecting, (71)
  • Survey of Arctic Sea, North of Hudson Bay, by H.M.S. " Challenger," (449)
  • Surveying in Canada, (220)
  • Symons Cone Crusher at Cumberland, Granite Company's Quarry, 674
  • Synchronisation of Public Clocks at Stoke-on-Trent, (13)
  • Synthetic Ammonia Plant for Italy to be Worked with Hydro-electric Power, (13)

T

  • TANK Cars for Dry Commodities, General American Tank Car Corporation, 510
  • Tar Production at Fuel Research Station, (71)
  • Taxation and Tariffs, Sir Herbert Austin, (565)
  • Tea Growing in Georgia. (341)

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY

  • Automatic Printers between London and New York, (261)
  • Automatic Telephone Extensions in Birmingham District, (529)
  • Automatic Telephones Installed at Shanghai, (475)
  • Bombay-Calcutta Telephone Connection Nearing Completion, (211)
  • Cable Communication between England and Canada, (287)
  • Telegraph and Telephone Lines of Irak Petroleum Company to be Carried on Steel Pipe Poles, (501)
  • Telephone Connects Halifax to Vancouver, (211)
  • Telephone Exchange for Pinner, Manual, (667)
  • Telephone Progress in London Area, 184
  • Telephones for Business Use, Increased *Demands in North-Western Area of England, (157)
  • Submarine Telephone Cable between Key West and Havana, (129)
  • TELESCOPE at Ohio Wesleyan University, Mirror Installed in, (43)
  • Testing Machine, Self-indicating Universal, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 644
  • Testing Machine, 1785-Ton, Baldwin, Southwark Corporation, 220
  • Testing Materials, International Association for, General Meeting of British Branch, 528
  • Testing Zinc Coating on Galvanised Wires, 445
  • Timber and Dry Rot, (129); Research, 322;
  • Seasoning of, (261), (613)
  • Timber for Building and Structural Purposes, Empire, (449)
  • Timbers and Resistance to Stresses, Testa on Home-grown, (99)
  • Tin-plate Production at Yawata Ironworks, Japan, (99)
  • Tin Research, Developments on, (157)
  • Tire Factory at Oakville, near Toronto, Opens After Being Closed Five Years, (13)
  • Torpedo Recovered from Sea Bed after Ten Years' Immersion, (613)
  • Trackless Trolley Vehicles and Passenger Journeys during 1931 in Great Britain, (157)
  • Traction Engines with Original Fire-boxes, Thirty-eight and Forty Years Respectively, (99)
  • Tractors, Suction Gas and, 473
  • Trade Figures between China and Canada, (43)
  • Trade Wastes and Effluents, Bill for Consolidation of Existing Legislation, (341)
  • Traffic Control by Light Signals in London, (585)
  • Traffic Control by Lights, Metropolitan Area to be Dealt with, (667)
  • Traffic Control System for Exeter, (639)
  • Traffic Signs Departmental Committee Meets, (71)
  • Train Ferry Steamers, American Sea-going, E. E. R. Tratman, 388, 429, 446, 471
  • Training of Engine-room Artificers, 121
  • Training of Engineers, (211)
  • Tramcars for London, Improved, (557)
  • Tramway Returns for 1930-31, (177)
  • Tramways in Paris Replaced on Some Sections by Motor Omnibuses, (13)
  • Transmission Gear, Hobbs' Automatic Variable, 243
  • Transmission Towers and Strain, (261)
  • Transport, Exceptional Feat of, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 646
  • Transport in Relation to Town and Regional Planning, (71)
  • Transportation in Canada, Royal Commission Appointed, (43)
  • Tratman, E. E. R., American Sea-going Train Ferry Steamers, 388, 429
  • Trevithick's Cottage at Camborne Taken Over by Federation of Old Cornish Societies, (585)
  • Truck for Standard-gauge, Side Tipping,Robert Hudson, Ltd., Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Tube Sealing Tool, F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vii
  • Tungsten Ore Deposits of Lunenbourg County, Nova Scotia, (693)
  • Tungsten Ore Production in Nova Scotia, (449)
  • Tuplin, W. A., Trend of British Express Locomotive Design, 149
  • Turner and Newall, Ltd., Pensions Fund, (152)

U

  • UNIVERSITY Undergraduates and Industrial Employment, (693)

V

  • VALVE, Electrically Operated, Rheostatic Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 282, 283
  • Valve, 36in. " Ismailia " Tidal Flap, 244
  • Valve Control Board at Kirkstall Power Station, Hopkinsons Ltd., 607
  • Valves, High-head Turbine Inlet Sluice, Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., 320, 321
  • Ventilating and Cooling System, Flettner, 273
  • Vice, Air-operated Bench, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vi
  • Vice, Air-operated Machine, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, vi
  • Victoria and Albert Embankments, Raising of, (S41)
  • Visit to Works of Negretti and Zambra, 208, 212
  • Volcanic Dust for Mixing with Concrete and Asphalt for Roads, (367)

W

  • WAGON, 2300-gallon Tank, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 701
  • Washing Machine for Interior and Exterior of Houses and Boats, (449)
  • Water, Apparatus for Chlorinating, Royles, Ltd., B.I.F., 310
  • Rater, Foaming of Boiling, 595
  • Water, Flowing (Irrigation), 604
  • Water Gauge, High-pressure, Hopkinsons, Ltd., 607, 608
  • Water Level Indicator for Overhead Tanks, Budenberg Gauge Company, Ltd., 136
  • Water Pipes of a Century Discovered at North Shields, (613)
  • Water Pollution Research Board, Annual Report, 108
  • Water Softening Plant, John Thompson (Wolverhampton), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi

WATER SUPPLY

  • Artesian Well at Holloway Sanatorium, Virginia Water, 108
  • Bartley Green Reservoir, Water Leakage at, (639)
  • Bore-hole Pumping Plant, C. Isler and Co., Ltd., 194
  • Metropolitan Water Board, Work on, 47
  • Reservoir for Bristol Water Supply, (211)
  • Reservoir for Colony of Hong Kong, (99)
  • Sluice Gates and Regulators for Sukkur Irrigation Undertaking, 138
  • Sukkur Irrigation Undertaking, Sluice Gates and Regulators for, 138
  • Water Supply for Hull, Proposed, (42)
  • for Municipality of Mysore, (667)
  • for New York, Catskill Aqueduct Nearing Completion, (475)
  • for San Diego, (71)
  • for Springfield, Illinois, (13)
  • for Toronto from Lake Ontario, (449)
  • of Calcutta, (693)
  • System of New York City, (367)
  • Waterworks Competition for Izmir Municipality, (211)
  • Waterworks Scheme at Tewkesbury, (157)
  • WATER Turbine for Svir Hydro-electric Plant, Russia, Kaplan Type, (449)
  • Weather Conditions and Effect on Engineering Activities, (12)

WELDING

  • All-welded Steel Framed Building at Walthamstow, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., 310, 311
  • Arc Welding Set, " Castle," J. H. Holmes and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, i
  • Electric Arc Welding in Ships, 137
  • Electrically Welded Fractionating Columns, 219
  • Experimental Work on Welds, 527
  • Oxy-acetylene Welding Blow-pipe, Improved Type of, (185)
  • Plastic Arc Welding Apparatus, G. D. Peters, Ltd., B.I.F., 235
  • Shaft, Straightening by Electric Welding, (667)
  • Welded Fractionating Columns, Electrically, Thompson Brothers (Bilston), Ltd., 219
  • Welded .Joint for Pipes, Dawson," Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., B.I.F., 281
  • Welding, Automatic Carbon Arc, A.E.G. Electric Company, Ltd., 483
  • Welding and Cutting Machines, Oxyacetylene, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 310
  • Welding Apparatus, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., B.I.F., 282
  • Welding Austenitic Steels, (43)
  • Welding High Chromium Irons and Steels, (129)
  • Welding Hydraulic Accumulator with Sif-bronze, (585)
  • Welding in Steel Structural Work : British Practice, Major Caldwell, 620
  • Welding Metals, John Thompson (Wolverhampton), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, vi
  • Welding Set, Motor Generator, Quasi-Arc Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, v
  • Welding Set, Portable Transformer, Quasi-Arc Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32
  • Welding Set, Small 10/20 H.P. Portable, Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 647
  • Welds, Experimental Work on, 527
  • X-rays in Welding Industry, R. A. Stephen, 393
  • WHALE Oil Production in 1931, (211)
  • Whaling Parent Ship " Vestfold," 18, 21
  • Wharf Piles and Timbers, Deterioration of, (157)
  • White Metal on Mild Steel Surfaces, Adhesion and Fatigue of Thin Coatings of, 205
  • White Star Motor Liner " Georgic," Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 660, 661
  • Winch, Totally Enclosed Steam Trawl, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., B.I.F., 207
  • Windowless Building for Canadian Laundry, (185)
  • Winterthur Works of Sulzer Brothers, Oil Engine Works Extension at, 296
  • Wire Cloth and Perforated Metal, N. Greening and Sons, Ltd., B.I.F., 285

WIRELESS

  • British Broadcasting Corporation, Headquarters of, 537
  • B.B.C. West Regional Transmitting Station, Oil Engines for Dynamo Driving, (475)
  • British Wireless Exports During First Quarter of 1932, (613)
  • Broadcast Transmitter for Irish High-power Broadcasting Station, Marconi, (501)
  • Broadcasting Station in Switzerland, 439
  • Buenos Aires Broadcasting Station, (423)
  • Empire Broadcasting, 117
  • Florence Broadcasting Station Opened, (237)
  • Joint Meeting by Wireless, 87
  • Marconi Wireless Installations on British Trawlers, (43)
  • Problems of Moving Coil Loud Speakers, (129)
  • Radio Sets and Accessories for Canada, (341)
  • Radio Telephone for Forestry Protective Work. Marconi, (43)
  • Savoy-hill B.B.C. Studios Closed, (557)
  • Swiss " Regional " Broadcasting Scheme, (313)
  • Television Studio at Broadcasting House. (43)
  • Transmissions from National Physical Laboratory Discontinued, (157)
  • Transmitter and Receiver on an Autogiro, 647
  • Ventilating Plant for B.B.C. Studios, Carrier Engineering Company, 537
  • Wireless Communication between " Flying Scotsman " and Air Liner " Haracles, (613)
  • Wireless Equipment for Elders and Fyfles, Ltd., Fleet, (157)
  • Wireless Industry of Canada Increases, (613)
  • W'i'reless Operation, Pedal Generator for, Marconi Wireless Telegraph Company, Ltd., 322
  • Wireless Sets " on Approval " Without Licence, (211)
  • WIRE Rod Syndicate, International Export Difficulties over Currency Conditions, (261)
  • Wire Rods Production at Kobe Steel Works, (367)
  • Wire Rope Cutter, Hardypick, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 26.2.32, ii
  • Withorite Vein Discovered in Durham Colliery, (475)
  • Wood Distillation Plants in Canada, Value of Production, (7 1 )
  • Wood Pipe for Ventilating Tunnels. (613)
  • Woodworking Machines, Midland Saw and Tool Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 285
  • Works' Demonstration at Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., Ipswich, 525
  • Works Laboratory at Kilmarnock, Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd.. 494, 502
  • World Foundry Congress, 1932, Paris, (667)
  • World Power Conference, Sectional Meeting in Scandinavia, 405, (501)
  • Worm Gear Contacts, Determination of, Stuart Miall, 546
  • Woven Wire Cloth, G. A. Harvey and Co. (London), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 19.2.32, ii

X

  • X-RAY Crystal Analysis and its Various Applications, Sir William Bragg. (458)
  • X-rays in Welding Industry, R. A. Stephen, 393

Z

  • ZINC Coating on Galvanised Wires, Lieut.-Commander G. K. Rylancls, 445
  • Zinc Ores Reduced by Use of Natural Gas, (529)
  • Zuider Zee Reclamation Delayed on Economic Reasons, (313)

A Seven Day Journal

A

  • AGRICULTURAL and General Engineers, Meeting of, 1
  • Agricultural and General Engineers, Position of, 201
  • Air Liner Struck by Lightning, 517
  • Aircraft Wreckage, Interference with, 383
  • Amalgamation Scheme of Steel Makers, 629
  • American Unemployment Relief Scheme, 545
  • Arctic Air Route, 251
  • Automatic Couplings, 411
  • Award of Duddell Medal, 329

B

  • B.E.A.M.A. Meeting, 329
  • " Back to Coal " Deputation, 465
  • Beardmore, William, and Co., Ltd., Annual Meeting, 545
  • Beckton Gasworks, Opening of Plant at, 491
  • Birthday Honours, 629, (639)
  • Board of Trade Returns, 411
  • Bridge at Calcutta, " Willingdon," 1
  • Brighton Line Electrification, 655
  • Britain's Year of Opportunity, 601
  • British Aircraft, Order from Belgium for, 31
  • British Electrical Manufacturers and the Argentine, 173
  • British Electrical Research, 173
  • British Engineering in China, 601
  • British Locomotive Industry, 465
  • British Railways, 629
  • British Shipping and World Trade, 87
  • British Standards Institution, 251
  • Broadcasting Station in Switzerland, 439
  • Building Exhibition, Proposed Permanent, 277
  • Business Forecast, F.B.I., 145, 491

C

  • CALLENDER'S Jubilee, 411
  • Cammell Laird and Co., Reorganisation of, 303, 491
  • Canal Merger, 31
  • Cape Air Mail, 87
  • Cape Town's 33,000-Volt Alternator, 277
  • Cast Iron Research, 545
  • Central Control of Transport, 173
  • Channel Ferry, 465
  • City of London Electric Lighting Company, 357
  • Clyde Launch of 1932, The First, 117
  • Clyde Navigation Trust, 31
  • Coal and Oil, 201
  • Coke Ovens for Blast-furnace Gas, 357
  • Colloidal Fuels for Marine Service, 655, (693)
  • Compagnie G6n6rale Transatlantique, 31
  • Copper Oxide Rectifiers, 201
  • Cornish Tin, 439
  • Cunard Liner, Committee of Inquiry, 465
  • Cunard Liner, Sir Felix Pole and, 491
  • Cunard Liner, Stoppage of Work on, 1, 31, 117, 145, 277

D

  • DECAY of Stonework, 439
  • Defence of the Tramcar, 61
  • Destroyer Launches, Recent, 411
  • Duckham, Sir Arthur, and Iron and Steel, 117
  • Duncan, Sir Andrew, and his Visit to Canada, 117

E

  • ECONOMIC Position of Shipping, 201
  • EconomiPos in Road 'crampon, 683
  • " Efficiency Census " on L.M.S. Railway, 629
  • Efficient Distribution in Industry, 87
  • Efficiency of British Shipping, 629
  • Electric Lighting in Coal Mines, 227
  • Electrical Future of England, 303
  • Electrical Industry, Mr. P. J. Pybus's Message for 1932 to, 1
  • Electrical Measuring Instruments, 201
  • Electrical and Tool Trade Statistics, 277
  • Electricity in Industry, 251
  • Electrification in Russia, 357
  • Empire Broadcasting, 117
  • Empire Trade, 573
  • Engineers' Club, Manchester, Annual Meeting, 357
  • Engineers' German Circle, 145

F

  • FAST Cross-Channel Motor Ship, 145
  • Federation of British Industries, 303
  • Fellows of the Imperial College, 411
  • Files and Rasps, 227
  • Flying Boats, Large, 87
  • French Air Services, 383
  • French Line Cabin Ship " Champlain," 683
  • French Line Cabin Ship " Lafayette," 517
  • French Line, Financing the, 187
  • Fruit-carrying Steamer " Erin," 601

G

  • GALLOWAY Water Power Scheme, 329
  • Gas for Road Vehicles, 227, 629
  • Gebel Aulia Barrage, 87
  • "Georges Philippar," Loss of, 545
  • German Shipping Credits, Proposed, 303
  • Great Western Railway Cross-Channel
  • Steamers, 201
  • G.W.R. Work for 1932, Programme, 1
  • "Grid " in South Scotland, 87

H

  • HANDCRAFT, 61
  • High-speed Oil Engine Progress, 251
  • High-speed Seaplanes, 357
  • Humber Bridge Scheme, 517
  • Hunter, Sir John, on Industry, 357

I

  • IDLE Tonnage, 465
  • Import Duties, 465
  • Imported Steel, 411
  • Industrial Activity in Birmingham. 31
  • Inspection Processes in Industry, 573
  • Inspectors of Factories. 303
  • Institute of Physics, 573
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, Annual Dinner, 251
  • International Trade, 629
  • Irak Pipe Line, :383
  • Iron and Steel Industry. Reorganisation of, 683
  • Iron and Steel Tariff. 491
  • Italian Shipping Merger, 31

J

  • JOINT Meeting by Wireless, 87

K

  • KELVIN Medal, 491

L

  • LLOYD Barrage on the Indus, 61
  • Locomotive Economies on L.M.S. Railway, 227
  • L.M.S. Railway Steamer " Duchess of Hamilton," 517
  • L.M.S. Railway's " Efficiency Census," 629
  • L.M.S. Steamers, Reconditioned, 439
  • London Motor Coach Services, 573
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, Improvements on, 201
  • London's Tramways, 491
  • London's Water, 545

M

  • MACHINE Tool Trades Association, 383
  • Manchester Electricity, 629
  • Manchester Ship Canal, 227
  • Measurement of Ships, 251
  • Mechanised Vehicles in Army, 573
  • Mersey Docks Improvements, 465
  • Mersey Tunnel, 227, 329
  • Metals Research, 655
  • Metropolitan Railway, Birthday of, 61
  • Middlesex Sewerage Scheme, 31
  • " Miss England the Third," 439, 517
  • Moisture in Timber, 601

N

  • NANKING-PUKOW Train Ferry, Proposed, 683
  • National Power Scheme, 655
  • National Testing Association, 517
  • Nelson Liner " Highland Patriot," 545
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electricity Supply, 35T
  • Nile Bridge at Cairo, " Kasr-el-Nil,' 173
  • Northern Coke Research Committee, 439

O

  • OBSOLETE Ships, 683
  • Oil Engines at Bedford, 683
  • Our Overseas Trade, 629

P

  • PATENTS, 655
  • Pneumatic-tired Rail Coach, 173
  • Polish Coal, 277
  • Port of Manchester, 383
  • Portsmouth Electricity Undertaking, 465
  • Preservation of Historic Locomotives, 383
  • Profit-sharing in Co-operative Societies, 61
  • Profit-sharing in 1931, 683
  • Propeller Tunnel, Gift of, 201

R

  • RAIL and Road, 329
  • Rail and Road in France, 329
  • Railway Electrification, 251
  • Railway and Road Transport, 117
  • Railway Pooling Scheme, 601
  • Railway Statistics, 439
  • Rationalisation in Shipbuilding Industry, 439
  • Redundant Shipyard, 655
  • Reinforced Concrete, 357
  • Reinforced Concrete Association, 491
  • Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., Ltd., 683
  • Road Congresses, Mr. P. J. Pybus Accepts Office of Honorary President of British Organising Committee, 1
  • Road and Rail, 411
  • Road and Rail Joint Committee, :329
  • Road Transport League, 655
  • Royal Mail Group Reorganisation, 277, 303
  • Rural Reconstruction Association, 383

S

  • SALESMANSHIP, 383
  • Science Museum Anniversary, 573
  • Scottish Industry, 655
  • Scrapping of Ships, 573
  • Selby Swing Bridge, 227
  • Sewage Pumping Station at Acton, 61
  • Shipbuilding Employers' Federation, 251
  • Shipyard Wages and Working Conditions, 329, 411, 617
  • Smoke Abatement, Progress in, 145, 491, 545
  • Southampton Dock, Progress at, 277
  • Southern Railway Channel Island Steamer "Isle of Sark," 303
  • South-East London Technical Institute, 251
  • Steel and Protection, 629
  • Steel Makers' Amalgamation Scheme, 629
  • Structural Steel in Buildings, 173
  • Subsidies to Civil Aviation in Belgium, 465
  • Sugar Machinery, 683
  • Sunken Submarine " M 2," 117, 145, 173, 30:3, 329

T

  • TELEPHONE Apparatus for Marine Wireless Stations, 545
  • Telephone Building in London, Latest, 173
  • Telephones in Birmingham District, 227
  • Television and the Cinema, 145
  • Tests of Lorries in Desert, 573
  • Thames Conservancy Board, 61
  • Thames Pleasure Steamer " Royal Eagle," 227, 517
  • Trade Exhibition Ship " Letitia," 601
  • Trade Exhibition on a Liner, 117
  • Trade Union Council and Shipbuilding, 357
  • Tramways and Trolley Buses, 31
  • Trans-African Air Fleet, 439
  • Transformers for Barking Power Station, Hackbridge, 1
  • Trans-Saharan Railway, :357

U

  • U.S. Airship " Akron," 227

V

  • VENTILATION of Mersey Tunnel, 277

W

  • WATERLOO Bridge, Future of, 61, 117, 201, 491, 601, 655
  • Welded Steel Structures, 303
  • Wellington Floating Dock, Arrival at Wellington, 1
  • Wireless on Cape Air Route, 517
  • Wireless Telephone Service to South Africa, 145
  • Work on French Liners, 145, 173
  • World's Shipbuilding Returns, 411
  • Wright, Sir Charles, and British Industry, 383

z

  • ZUIDER Zee Reclamation, 601

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