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  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Accessories for Boilers, B.I.F., 215; Bailey Pulverised Coal Feeder, B.I.F., 215; Boiler-house Plant at Battersea Power Station, 498, 499, 502; Fish Box Transporter at Billingsgate Market, 74
  • Bakelite, Ltd., Laminated Sheets Impregnated with Synthetic Resins, 569
  • Baker, G. S., Speed of Cargo Ships, 217
  • Balfour, Beatty and Co, Ltd., Lochaber Water Power Scheme, 492, 493
  • Ball, J. D. W., Relining Curves by Offsets, 645
  • Bangkok Memorial Bridge, Siam, 24
  • Barclay, Curle and Co., Ltd., Elderslie Dock, 170, 174
  • Barford and Perkins, Ltd., Petrol-driven Motor Roller, B.I.F. Suppe., 17.2.33, ii; 10-Ton Motor Roller, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, i; " Victor " Hand-guided Motor Roller, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, ii
  • Battersea Power Station, London Power Company, Ltd., 10 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933); Boiler Control Equipment, Electroflo Meters Co Ltd., 646; Boiler-house Plant, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 498, 499, 502; Turbo Generators at, 546, 547, 552
  • Baxter, F. L., High-speed Electric Locomotive Suspension, 380
  • Beetle Products Co, Ltd., Synthetic Resins, 572
  • Belliss and Morcom, Ltd., Midget Turbo-generators, 358; 100 H.P. Oil Engine, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, vii; 200 B.H.P. Six-cylinder Oil Engine, B.I.P. Suppt., 17.2.33, vi'
  • Bennis, Ed., and Co., Ltd., Stokers at Colthrop Board Mills, 573
  • Benson Boiler at Langerbrugge, 399; Tests, 621
  • Benue Bridge, Nigeria, Under Construction, 24 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • B.E.N. Patents, Ltd., Portable Electric Generator, 176; Portable Paint Spraying Plant, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, ii
  • Berks County Court House, Reading, Pennsylvania, Gas Engine Started by Francis Water Turbine, 76
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., Beyer-Garrett Locomotive for Russia, 4 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933); Three-cylinder Compound Locomotive for Great Northern (Ireland) Railway, 4, 98 (Two-page Supplement, January 27th, 1933)
  • Bidston Dock, Birkenhead, 450
  • Billingsgate Market Fish Box Transporter, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 74
  • Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Belt Conveyor Annealing Furnace, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, i; Electric Furnaces, B.I.F. Suppt., .24.2.33, i; Forced Air Circulation Furnace for Low Temperature Heat Treatment, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, i
  • B.S.A. Tools, Ltd., Centreless Grinder, 357
  • Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co, Ltd., Ten-seater Civil Biplane, 3 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Blackburn Meadows Power Station, City of Sheffield, 353 (Two-page Supplement, April 7th, 1933)
  • Boerlage, G. D., Ignition Quality of Engine Fuels, 482
  • Boex, George, Aluminium Industry in Scotland, 559, 604, 609
  • Boots Pure Drug Co Ltd., Conveyor Plant at a Drug Factory, Siemens-Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd., 366, 367, 376
  • Boulton and Paul Ltd., Twin-engined Mail Carrier, 2
  • Boving and Co Ltd., Turbine Plant for Rio Cinca Power Plant, Huesca, Spain, 160, 161
  • Brackilsberg Rotary Melting Furnace, 175
  • Braithwaite and Co Engineers, Ltd., DuPlat-Taylor Adjustable Screw Pile Groynes, 656; L.M.S. Bridge Reconstruction at Peterborough, 398, 399
  • Brass, John, Coal and Oil, 123
  • Brewer, F. W., L.M.S. Compounds, 421
  • Brighton Station, Re-signalling of, 34, 44
  • Brisbane, Grey-street Bridge, 186, 196
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co Ltd., " Bulldog " Single-seater Fighter, 3, 16; " Pegasus " Radial Air-cooled Engine, 3
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, Apparatus for Extinguishing Arcs, 37
  • British Electric Transporter Company, Air Cooling of Transformers, 218
  • British Industries Fair, Birmingham, 166 187, 213, 239 (Eight-page Supplement, February 17th, 1933; Eight-page Supplement, February 24th, 1933)
  • British Industries Fair, 1934, 565
  • British Insulated Cables Ltd., Cable Making Film, 100; Main and Auxiliary Cables at Dunston Power Station, 165; Spot Welding, 608
  • British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd., Horizontal Portable Belt Conveyor, 100
  • British Oxygen Co Ltd., Oxy-acetylene Apparatus, B.I.F., 243
  • British Ropeway Engineering Co Ltd., Kalimpong Aerial Ropeway, 426, 431; Ropeway for West Middlesex Sewage Scheme, 274, 278
  • British Thomson-Houston Company Ltd., Electro-hydraulic " Thruster," B.I.F., 187; Oil-electric Locomotive for Ford Dagenham Works, 5 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933); 7500 H.P. Synchronous Motor, 11, 12; 67,200-kW Turbo-generator Sets at Battersea Power Station, 546, 547, 552
  • British Trane Co Ltd., Steam Radiators, B.I.F., 244
  • Brooke Tool Manufacturing Co Ltd., Drill Chuck, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, iii
  • Brookes (Oldbury) Ltd., Automatic Wire Chain Making Machine, B.I.F., 241; Guillotine Shearing Machine, B.I.F., 240; Two-high Cold Rolling Strip Mill, B.I.F., 241
  • Brooklyn-New York Power Cables, 110, 118
  • Broom and Wade Ltd., Air Compressors Driven by Petrol and Heavy-oil Engines, B.I.F. (244); Portable Trench or Sump Pump, 509; Railway Tie Tamping Outfit, 357
  • Broughton, H. H., Handling and Storing of Grain, with special reference to Canadian Methods, 111, 120, 139; Moving Forms for Concrete Construction, 135 (Two-page Supplement, February 10th, 1933)
  • Brown, D., and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., Hardening an 8ft. Diameter Gear Wheel, 124; Radicon Reducers, 557; 1000 H.P. Bevel Increasing Gears, 331
  • Brown, Boveri and Co., " Velox " Boiler and " Over One Hundred Per Cent. Efficiency," 22
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co Ltd., Back Pressure Turbines, 608
  • Bryce Ltd., Fuel Injection Equipment Works at Hackbridge, 114, 115
  • "Bulldog" Single-seater Fighter, Bristol Aeroplane Co Ltd., 3, 16
  • Burn, W. S., British Oil Engine Design, 506
  • Burrard Bridge, Vancouver. J. R. Grant, 84, 94
  • Butler Machine Tool Co Ltd., Stroke Control Dial, 53; Tool-room Slotting Machine, 228; 18in. Stroke Crank Shaper, 52; 48in. Portable Draw Cut Shaper, 52;
  • Butters Brothers and Co, "Wylie" Safe Load Indicator for Cranes, 176

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  • Caddick, Arthur J., Rabbling for Multiple-hearth Furnaces, 648
  • Caledon Shipbuilding and Engineering Co Ltd., Unusual Cargo Ship "Fiona," 508
  • Cambridge Instrument Co Ltd., Combined Temperature and Humidity Recorder, B.I.F., 188; Electrical Instruments at Dunston Power Station, 164; Flush Mounted Instrument Panel, B.I.F., 188; Moisture Meter, 65; Thermo-electric Pyrometers, *B.I.F., 188; Thread Recorder (Model B), B.I.F., 188
  • Cambridge University, Mond Laboratory, 146
  • Cammell, Laird and Co., Ltd., G.W.R. Steamer, " St. David," 21
  • Canadian National Railways, Wind Tunnel Tests of Locomotive Models, 385
  • Canning and Co, Ltd., W., Rotary Chromium Plating Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, i
  • Cantieri Riuniti dell Adriatico, Italian Liner " Conte di Savoia," 22 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Cardiff Foundry and Engineering Co Ltd., Electrically Lighted " Pillar of Fire," 256
  • " Caribia," Hamburg-American Motor Liner, 485
  • Carpmael, R. H., Shell Supplies and Armament Firms, 555
  • Caterpillar Tractor Co Power-controlled Elevating Grader, 383
  • Cauvery Mettur Dam, Progress on, 558
  • Chatwin, Thomas, and Co., Walworth's Diestock, 229
  • Charlton, R. Blackett, and Co., Ltd., Pivotless Sidelight, 252
  • [[Chesterfield Tube Co] Ltd., " Feroma " Tubes, B.I.F., 166; Storage Cylinders for Compressed Gas, B.I.F., 166
  • Chicago Exhibition, Some Notable Buildings, 315
  • "Chromador" Structural Steel, Dorman, Long and Co, Ltd., 188
  • Cierva Autogiro Co Direct Control Wingless Autogiro, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Cochrane and Co., Ltd., Cast Iron Pipes Spun by Centrifugal Process, B.I.F. (244)
  • Colthrop Board Mills, Bennis Stokers at, 573
  • Combustions, Ltd., "Rotamisor" Oil Burner, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, v
  • Constructional Engineering Co Ltd., Oil-fired Sand Dryer, 532
  • "Conte di Savoia," Italian Liner, 22 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Ingot Turning Lathe, 177; 36in. Centre High-speed Roughing Lathe, 530
  • Crittall and Co., Ltd., Richard, Office Heating Installation at Martins Bank, Ltd., Liverpool, 330
  • Crompton, Colonel R. E., Pioneer's Work in Road Transport, 304
  • Crompton Parkinson Ltd., Crane Motor for Paper-handling Plant, 433; Thermally operated Maximum Demand Indicators, 90; Motors, B.I.F., 166; Transformer with Onload Tap Changing Gear, B.I.F., 166
  • Cussons, G., Ltd., Nevson Tangraph Rule, 178

D

  • Dalby, W. E., Optimum Diameter of Driving Wheels, 135
  • Daniels, T. H. and J., Ltd., Cylinder Mould for Paper Making, B.T.F., 242-243; Pellet Press, B.I.F., 242
  • Danish State Railway Electrification, 432
  • Darlington Rolling Mills Co Ltd., Rise Carr Rolling Mills, 652, 662
  • Davis, S. J., and E. Griffin, Flow in Oil-engine Injection Systems, 219; (Leader, 224)
  • Demag, Pneumatic Travelling Crane, 384; Rotary Air Compressor Driven by M.A.N. *High-speed Oil Engine, 328, 329
  • Denny, Wm., and Brothers, Ltd., L.M.S. Cargo Steamer " Slieve More," 21; Southern Railway Steamer " Isle of Sark," 21
  • Dermatine Co Ltd., Cup Leathers, Piston and Packing Rings, B.I.F. (244)
  • Deutsche Werke, 375 H.P. Welded Oil Engine, 328, 329
  • Dick, R. and J., Ltd., Balata Belting, Endless Rubber " Dickrope," B.I.F. (244)
  • Dodd and Watson, West Middlesex Sewerage Scheme, 274, 279
  • Doncaster, Daniel, and Sons, Ltd., " Valmax " Valve Steel, B.I.F., 214
  • Donkin (The Bryan Donkin Co, Ltd.), " Bauer " Double-faced High-pressure Valve. B.I.F., 167; High-pressure Gas Apparatus, B.I.F., 167
  • Donlarm, Ltd., Fire Detector, 357
  • Donovan and Co, Electric Control Apparatus, B.I.F., 216; Ironclad Switch and Fuse Gear, B.I.F., 216
  • Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., Bridge Reconstruction on L.M.S. at S. Tottenham, 255; " Chromador " Structural Steel, 188; Khedive Ismail Bridge at Cairo, 565; Sydney Harbour Bridge, 24 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933; Souvenir Book, 178)
  • Dornier, Dr. C., Lessons of the " Do. X.," 406
  • " Do. X.," Lessons of the, Dr. C. Dornier, 406
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co Damper Operating Motor, 38; Motor-operated Butterfly and Mushroom Valves, 38, 39; Ring Balance Flow Meter, 558 : Temperature Regulator, 659
  • Drewry Car Co Ltd., Bermuda Railway Motor Freight Locomotive, 151
  • Drysdale and Co, Ltd., Pumping Plant for Elderslie Dock, 202; " Wee-Mac " Pump, 124
  • "Duchess of Hamilton" L.M.S. Clyde Steamer, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 20
  • Duffield Coal Products, Ltd., Pulverised Fuel System, 332
  • Dunston Power Station of North-Eastern Electric Supply Co, 136, 144, 164
  • Du-Plat-Taylor Adjustable Screw Pile Groynes, Braithwaite and Co. Engineers, Ltd., 656

E

  • Elderslie Dock, Box Gate at, Sir Wm. Arrol and Co., Ltd., 170, 174
  • Elderslie Dock, Pumping Plant at, Drysdale and Co., Ltd., 202
  • Electroflo Meters Co Ltd., Equipment at Dunston Power Station, 164; Recording Pyrometer, Electrical, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33,
  • " El Kantara," Compagnie de Navigation Mixte Liner, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Ltd., 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., Automatic Temperature Controller, 66; Power Factor Finder and Circuit Analyser, 65
  • Ellison, George Ltd., High and Low-tension Switchgear, B.I.F., 239; Polo-mounted Circuit Breaker, B.I.F., 239; Semi-enclosed Overload Relay, B.I.F., 239
  • Engel, Dr.-Ing. F. V. A. E., Non-uniform Flow of Water, 392, 429, 456
  • English Electric Co, Ltd., Equipment for Danish State Railway Electrification, 432; D.C. Limiter, 484; Electrostatic Precipitation Plant, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii; Flame-proof Controller, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii; Flame-proof Transformer and Switch Unit, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii; High-tension Generator, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii 1 Horse-power Squirrel-cage Capacitator Motor, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii; 300 B.H.P. Medium-speed Oil Engine, 148; 300 H.P. Electric Petrol-engined Locomotives for Drewry Car Company for Bermuda Railways, 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., Crank Shafts, Drop Forgings, &e., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vi
  • Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Earth Resistance Tests on Transmission Line Towers, 125; " Megger " Earth Tester, 38, 39; Transmitter for Level Indicators, 39; Water Level Indicator, 39
  • Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., Ltd., Harmonic Voltmeter, 64; Railway and Road Speed Indicators, 64
  • Ewing, Sir Alfred, Essays, Addresses and Speeches by, 553

F

  • Fairey Aviation Co Ltd., Long-range Night Bomber, 3 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Farmer, Norton and Co., Ltd., Sir James, Wire-drawing Machines, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, iii
  • Fell, Lt.-Col. L. F. R., Compression-ignition Engine and British Railways, 66, 72 (Leader, 71)
  • Fenner, J. H., and Co., Ltd., Fenatrex Belting. 532
  • Fenton, W. D. D., High-voltage Circuit Breakers versus Fuses, 558
  • Ferguson Brothers (Port-Glasgow), Ltd..Sewage Sludge Steamer " Mancunian," 280
  • Ferguson Pailin, Ltd., Switching Kiosk for Rural Electrification Schemes, 201
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Electrostatic Voltmeter, 38 Electrical Equipment at Dunaton Power Station, 164; Prevention of Noise in Power Transformers, E. T. Norris, 446, 452; 63,000 kVA Transformer at Dunston Power Station, 164, 165; Small Current Transformer, 38
  • "Fiona," Unusual Cargo Ship, 508,
  • Firth, Thos., and J. Brown, Ltd., " Staybrite " Steel Products, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Fleming and Ferguson, Ltd., 6-Yard Dipper Dredger for Macedonia, 532
  • Foster, Franklin A., Cast Iron Repairs in China, 42
  • Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., John, Oil Shunting Locomotives, 6
  • Fox, Samuel, and Co., Ltd., Cold-worked Steels in Strip and Wire Form, B.I.F., 214
  • French Marine and Aeronautical Congress, 579
  • French State Railways, Etat, " Mountain " Type Locomotive, 507
  • Frodingham Iron and Steel Co Ltd., Sections and Plates, B.I.F., 214
  • Frischmuth, Richard, Combination Spring Washer, 509
  • Fuel Research Station, Pulverised Fuel Burner, 584
  • Fulham Power Station, 565
  • Furness, Withy and Co, Ltd., Quadruple-screw Turbo-electric Liner " Queen of Bermuda," 190, 191, 216, 222, 252

G

  • Gear Grinding Co Ltd., Orcutt Involute Measuring Machine, 408
  • General Electric Company, Ltd., Air Heater Unit, B.I.F., 216; Electrical Equipment at Biscuit Factory, 271; Electrical Measuring Instruments, Bile., 216; Electric Furnace for Annealing Brass Strip, B.I.F., 216; Ray Path Apparatus, 37; Refuge Bollard, 408; Rural Telephone Switchboard, B.I.F., 216; Schlieren Air Current Apparatus, 37; Ten-point Tandem Supervisory Control System 13.1.1X., 215
  • General Electric Research Laboratories, Electric Discharge Lamps on Watford-road, 254
  • General Steam Navigation Co Ltd., Paddle Steamer " Royal Eagle," 21
  • " Georgic," White Star Motor Liner, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Gibbons Brothers, Ltd., Dressler Muffle Furnace for Vitreous Enamelling Fired by City Gas, B.I.F., 244
  • Gibbons, W. G., and M. Arthurson, Pulverised Coal Firing in Marine Scotch Boilers, 168
  • Gibson, Professor A. H., Severn Barrage Model Experiments, 623, 626; (Leading Article, 627)
  • Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., F., Air Motor-driven Scaling Tool, R.I.P. Suppt., 24.2.33, viii; Treadle Grinder, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, viii
  • Gironde, The Bar of River, Sand Pump Dredging, 340
  • Gloster Aircraft Co Ltd., High-performance Single-seater Fighters, 3
  • Glover, George T., Three-cylinder Compound Locomotive for Great Northern (Ireland) Railway, 4, 98 (Two-page Supplement, January 27th, 1933)
  • Grampian Water Power Scheme, Water Turbines for Tummel Development, Boving and Co., Ltd., 343, 350
  • Grant, J. R., Burrard Bridge, Vancouver, 84, 94
  • Great Bridgeford Fatal Derailment, 280
  • Great Northern (Ireland) Railway, Three-cylinder Compound Locomotive, George T. Glover, 4, 98 (Two-page Supplement, January 27th, 1933)
  • Great Western Railway, 25-Ton Overhead Travelling Crane, 50
  • Greenwich Night Pageant, Engineering Features of the, 630
  • Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., Cold Forging Machine, B./.10., 240
  • Griffin and Tatlock, Ltd., Griffin-Sutton Bomb Calorimeter, 65
  • Grimsby Ice Co, Ice-making Plant, 596, 602
  • Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd., Pumping Plant for West Middlesex Sewage Scheme, 274, 278
  • "Gyro" Pulveriser, Duffield Coal Products, Ltd., 332

H

  • Hackbridge Electric Construction Co Transformer for Barking, 484
  • Hackney Power Station. 30,000-kW Turbo-generator Set, 10 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Haigh, Professor B. P., Greenwich Pageant's Engineering Features, 630
  • Hale, Thomas L. (Tipton), Ltd., Castings in Malleable Iron and Steel Alloy, B.I.F., 244; Malleable Foundry, 371
  • Hall and Pickles Ltd., High-speed Crucible Cast and Alloy Steels, Stainless and Magnetic Steels, B.I.F., 244
  • Hall, J. and E., Ltd., Ammonia Compressors for Grimsby Ice Factory, 596, 602
  • Ham River Grit Company, Ltd., Excavation for West Middlesex Sewage Scheme, 274, 278
  • Hamburg-American Line, Motor Liner " Caribia," 485
  • Harding, S. C. and P., Ltd., Improved " Drax Drawing Block, (419)
  • Harland and Wolff, Ltd., L.M.S. Clyde Steamer " Duchess of Hamilton," 20; Motor Liner " Georgic," White Star Line, 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933); Motor Liner " Highland Patriot," Nelson Line, 19, 20; Motor Liner " Wanganella," Huddart Parker, Ltd., 19, 20; 270 B.H.P. Oil-electric Locomotive for Belfast and County Down Railway, 533
  • Harvey, G. A., and Co. (London), Ltd., Perforated Metal and Woven Wire, B.I.F., 243; Sterilising Machine, B.I.F., 243
  • Hatfield, Dr. W. H., Drill Steels for Mining Purposes, 420
  • Havre, The Port of, 566, 576, 592, 616, 617, 642
  • Henley's Telegraph Works Company, Ltd., W. T., Overground Disconnecting Box, 409
  • Henschel and Sohn, Condensing Locomotive for Argentine Railways, 4
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., Billet Furnace Heated by Pulverised Coal, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, vi; Capstan Lathe, 230; Flue Gas Cleaner, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, vi; Kneeless Plain Milling Machine, 580; Two Special Purpose Drills, 383; Vertical Milling Machine, 230
  • Herbert, E. G., Ltd., " New Manchester " Saw, 176
  • Heston Air Port Clock, Synclocks, Ltd., 151
  • Hewittic Electric Co Ltd., Glass Bulb Rectifiers, 99
  • Higgs Motors, Fractional Horse-power Motors, 280; Motors (Various Kinds), B.I.F., 216; Works at Witton, Birmingham 657
  • High Speed Steel Alloys Ltd., Pure Metals, B.I.F. (244)
  • Highland Patriot," Nelson Line Motor Liner, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 19, 20
  • Hill, Charles, and Sons, Ltd., Motor Vessel " The Severn Trader " for Canals Service, 50
  • H.M. Cruiser "HMS Leander," 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • H.M. Destroyer "HMS Daring," 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • H.M. Gunboat " Sandpiper " Shipped to Shanghai in Sections, (169)
  • H.M. Submarine "Swordfish," 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • H.M. Submarine "Thames," 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • H.M. Submarine "Thames," Oil Engines for Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., 226
  • Hoffmann Manufacturing Co Ltd., Ball and Roller Bearings, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, viii
  • Holden and Brooke, Ltd., Improved Circulating Pump for Hot Water Heating Systems, 124; Productions of the Firm, (560)
  • Holden and Hunt, Continuous Spot Welder, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, v
  • [[]]Holman Brothers, Ltd., " Rotomill," The, 532
  • Holmes, J. H., Ltd., Induction Motors, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iii; Instrument for Testing Boiler Tubes, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iii; Single-operator Arc Welding Set, B.I.F. Suppt., '24.2.33, iii
  • Homatra, Ltd., Portable Oil Burner, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, v
  • Hoover Co, Factory at Perivale, 520, 521
  • Hornibrook, M. R., Ltd., Grey-street Bridge, Brisbane, 186, 196
  • Howard Pneumatic Engineering Co Ltd., Rotary Pump, 508
  • Howden, James, and Co., Ltd., Howden-Johnson Marine Boiler, 40
  • Hudson, Robert, Ltd., Concrete Skip, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, viii; 15-Ton Double-side Tipping Wagons, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, viii; " Hudco " Superimposed Reversible Switch, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, viii
  • Humphrey and Gray (Lighterage), Ltd., Motor Tug " John Wilson," 76
  • Hungarian Railways Electrification, 13, 48
  • Hunslet Engine Co, Ltd., 150 B.H.P. Oil Locomotive, B.I.F., 240
  • Hunt and Mitten, Ltd., Lubricator, B.I.F., 243
  • Hurst, H. E., Sudd Region of the Nile, 586
  • Hyde, Silas, Triple-cased Enamelling Oven, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, v
  • Hydraulik G.m.b.H., Duisburg, 10,000-Ton Hydraulic Forging Press, 474, 475

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  • Igranic Electric Co, Ltd., " Across the Line " Push Button Starter, 65; Silent A.C. Contactor Switch, 65
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Degreasing Metal Parts, Plant for, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, ii; Non-ferrous Metals, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, ii; Water Softening and Boiler Cleaning Plants, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, ii
  • Incandescent Heat Co, Ltd., Oil-fired Muffle Furnace, B.I.F., 239
  • Inglis, C. E., Trevithick Memorial Lecture, 416, 442
  • International Furnace Equipment Co Ltd., " International Omnicentral " Heat treatment Furnace, B.I.F. Suppe., 24.2.33, ii
  • International Steel Union, The Steel Cartel, 481
  • Irlam Works of Lancashire Steel Corporation, Opening of, 473, 478
  • Ironbridge Power Station, West Midland Joint Electricity Authority, 10 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Isenthal and Co., Ltd., Mercury Switches, 92
  • " Isle of Sark," Southern Railway Steamer, Wm. Denny and Brothers, Ltd., 21
  • Italian Liner " Rex," Italia Shipping Company, 22 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)

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  • Kando System, 146
  • Keenol Lubricant, 151
  • Kent, George, Ltd., Low-pressure Gas Plow Recorder, B.I.F., 157
  • Kershaw, J. B. C., Atmospheric Pollution in 1931-32, 172
  • Kestner Evaporator and Engineering Co, Ltd., Isoelectric Synthetic Resin Plant, 570
  • Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., Four-spindle Reamer-Mg Machine, 433; Motor-driven Radial Drilling Machine, 51 .
  • Kitson and Co., Ltd., L.M.S. Saddle-tank Locomotives, 151
  • Koenig and the Power Press, Frederick, Centenary of Death, 68
  • Krieger, M. Lucien, Pneumatic Dispatch System in a Steel Works, 126
  • Kryn and Lahy (1928), Ltd., Steel Castings, 424

L

  • Laidlaw, Drew and Co., Ltd., Automatic Fuel Oil Burner, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, iv, v
  • Lambeth Bridge, London, 25 (Supplement January 6th, 1933)
  • Lancashire Steel Corporation, Opening of lrlam Works, 473, 478
  • Langerbrugge, Benson Boiler at, 399; Tests, 621
  • Laycock Engineering Co, " Lodemor " Petrol-driven Elevating Platform Truck, 75
  • Lead Wool Co, Ltd., Portable Air Compressor, 75
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., Six-cylinder High-speed Oil Engine, 100
  • Leys Malleable Castings Co, Ltd., Black Heart " Malleable Castings, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, viii
  • Lillicrap, C. S., Electric Arc Welding in Warship Construction, 409
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Summary, 178; Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 68
  • "Lodemor " Petrol-driven Elevating Platform Truck, Laycock Engineering Co, 75
  • Liner Concrete Machinery Co, Concrete Mixer, B.I.F., 241
  • R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., Auto-trucks, B.I.F., 242; Ball-bearing Cream Separators, B.I.F., 242; Twin Power Unit for Auto-truck, B.I.F., 242
  • Lochaber Water Power Scheme, C. S. Meik and Halcrow, 492, 493
  • London Electric Supply Co, " Mazda " Sodium Lamp, 281
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway, Heavy Oil Shunting Locomotive, 5 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933); Locomotive Wheel Drops, 320, 324; Reconstruction of Bridge at Peterborough, 398, 399; Six-wheeled Steel
  • Brake Vans, 125; Transport at St. Helens Junction Sheet Depot by " Lodemor Truck, 75; Compounds, F. W. Brewer, 421
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, Welded Wagon Underframes, 600
  • London Power Co's Annual General Meeting, 159
  • Lowe-Brown, W. L., Shaft Sinking by Freezing at Swansea Power Station, 516, 526
  • Lysaght, W. R., Presidential Address to and Steel Institute, 448

M

  • M.A.N. Company, Welded Steel Heavy-oil Engine for Lorry Work, 328, 329
  • MacDonald, Sir Murdoch, and Partners, Aswan Dam Heightening, 542, 543 (Two-page Supplement, June 2nd, 1933)
  • MacDonald Works of Carnegie Company at Youngstown, U.S.A., 168
  • Macfarlane, Lang and Co, Ltd., G.E.C. Electrical Equipment at Biscuit Factory, 271
  • Macnair, P. M., Rotary Pulverised Fuel Furnace for Cast Iron, 175
  • MacNeill, J. B., Experimental Circuit Breakers, 522
  • McLea, Captain D. G., Concrete Road Construction, 202
  • Manchester Furnaces, Ltd., Oil-fired Furnace, B.I.F., 243
  • Manchukuo and Engineering Developments, J. N. Penlington, 224, 238, 248, 264, 290, 300
  • Mandl Hydro-electric Project, 210
  • "Manhattan," United States Lines' Liner, [[New York Shipbuilding Co], 22 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Mann Instrument Co, Turning Spherical Surfaces, Method of, 14
  • March, F. G., Use of Rolled Steel in Machine Construction, 585
  • Marconi Co], Ltd., British Broadcasting Corporation High-power Transmitter, 75;
  • "Micro" Wave Wireless Transmitter and Receiver, 90; Water-cooled Wireless Valve, 75
  • Markham and Co., Ltd., Boving Water Turbines for Tummel Development, 343, 350
  • Martins Bank, Ltd., Office Heating Installation, Richard Crittall and Co Ltd., 330
  • Matson Liner " Monterey," 19, 20
  • Mavor and Coulson, Ltd., Transportable Loader, B.I.F., 213
  • Meik, C. S., and Halcrow, Lochaber Water Power Scheme, 492, 493
  • Meldrums, Ltd., Acid-resisting Centrifugal Pump, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, vi
  • Merrifield, L. S., Statue of Richard Trevithick at Camborne, 417
  • Mesurier, L. J. Le, and R. Stanfield, Fuel Characteristics in relation to Pump and Sprayer Action, 358
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., Electrical Instruments, 177; Electrical Machinery at Grimsby Ice Factory, 596, 603; Equipment for Hungarian Railways Electrification, 13, 48; Fifty-cycle " Kando " Single-phase Locomotive, 11, 12; High-pressure Turbine Plant for Russia, 255; Portable Electric Welding Set, 659; 20,000 kVA Synchronous Condenser, 11, 12; 67,200 kW Turbo-generator Sets at Battersea Power Station, 546, 547, 552
  • Michelmotor, G.m.b.H., Michel Two-star High-speed Oil Engine, 328, 329
  • Miller, Andrew, Stores Department Accounting, 519
  • Motor Products, Ltd., Electrically Heated Tunnel-typo Furnace, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vi
  • Mond Laboratory at Cambridge, 146
  • Mond Nickel Co, Ltd., Nickel, 13.1.1. Suppt., 24.2.33, ii
  • " Monterey," Matson Liner, 19, 22
  • Morgan Crucible Co, Ltd., Lip Axis Oil-fired Furnace, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, iv, v; Oil-fired Tilting Metal Furnace, 2.1.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, iv
  • Morley, Dr. T. B., Exchange of Heat between Three Fluids, 314; Heat Transference in Superheaters, 108; Heating a Building by Means of a Refrigerator, 655
  • Moss Gear Co, Ltd., Power Transmission Gears, B.I.F. (244)
  • Motoren-Werke Mannheim A.G., " Aero " Type Oil Engine, 329
  • Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., Electrodes for Aro Welding, B.I.F., 214; L. and N.E.R. Welded Wagon Underframes, 600; Welding Apparatus, 11.1.F., 214

N

  • Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., Ltd., 2-8-2 " Mikado " Freight Locomotive for China, 4, 200
  • National Physical Laboratory, High-pressure Wind Tunnel at, 268, 291
  • Natural Asphalte Mine Owners' and Manufacturers' Council, Natural Mastic Asphalte, 326
  • Neal, R. H., and Co., Ltd., 2-ton Mobile Crane, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, v
  • Negretti and Zambra, Compressed Air System of Temperature Control, 91; Electrical Pyrometer, 358; Thermo-couple Temperature Controller, 90
  • Neill, James, and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd., Two Types of " Eclipse " Hacksaw Frame (540)
  • Newcomen Engine of 1746, 416
  • "New Manchester" Saw, E. G. Herbert, Ltd., 176
  • New York Shipbuilding Co Liner " Manhattan," United States' Lines, 22 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Nichols Compressors, Ltd., Steam-jacketed Rotary Fuel Oil Pump, 357
  • Norris, E. T., Noise in Power Transformers, 446. 452
  • "North-East Coast" Ring Main Feeder, Protection Non-Pilot Systems, 122
  • North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Ltd., Boiler for Pulverised Fuel System, 332;
  • Poppet Valve Marine Steam Engine, 41

O

  • Oerlikon Company, Arc Welding Transformer, 599; Weiss Electro-magnet for Research Work, 330
  • Oldbury Works of Tube Products, Ltd., 88, 89
  • Old Centralians' Lunch, Electro-deposition, Dr. Ormandy, 125
  • Orcutt Involute Measuring Machine, Gear Grinding Co, Ltd., 408
  • Owens-Illinois Glass Company, Glass Brick Building at Chicago Exposition, (507)

P

  • Paris Fair, 528
  • Parker, Winder and Achurch, Ltd., Automatic Oil Burner, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, v
  • Parsons Oil Engine Co, Ltd., Marine Reverse Gear, 229
  • Patent Gear and Metal Hardening Co, Ltd., Hardening 8ft. Gear Wheel by "Shorter" Process, 124
  • Patent Lightning Crusher Co Ltd., Old and New Forms of Lightning Crusher, 330
  • Pauling and Co., Shaft -Sinking by Freezing at Swansea Power Station, 516, 526
  • "Pegasus" Radial Air-cooled Engine, Bristol Aeroplane Co, Ltd., 3
  • Pegson, Ltd., Internal Combustion Rammer, B.I.F., 187; " Livewire " Vibrating Screen. 13.1.F., 187
  • Penlington, J. N., Manchukuo and Engineering Developments, 224, 238, 248, 264, 290, 300
  • Peters, G. D., and Co., Ltd., Electric Welding Sets, 8.1 .1'. Suppt., 24.2.33, i; Three-operator Welding Set, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, i
  • Philips Metalix, Industrial X-rays Laboratory, 83
  • " Pierre Lefort " Suction Dredger, 341, 342
  • " Pillar of Fire," Electrically Lighted, Cardiff Foundry and Engineering Co, Ltd., 256
  • Pillinger, G. C., and Co., Ltd., "Electromatic" Oil Burner, B.1.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, v
  • Pneulec, Ltd., Magnetic Moulder, 8.1.1."., 213; Jar Rollover Machine, B.1.10., 213; Sand-mixing Mill, B.I.F., 213
  • Pooley and Austin, Improved Arc Welding Generator, 633
  • Portevin, Professor Albert, Quenching and Tempering of Alloys, 480
  • Post Office Engineering Research Station, Apparatus for Replacing Signal Tones by Speech, 92; Automatic Chart Analyser, 91;
  • Precision Heterodyne Oscillator, 91; Regenerative Repeater for Teleprinter Systems. 91
  • Power-Gas Corporation, Ltd., Completely Automatic Carburetted Water-gas Plant, Suppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Premier Gas Engine Co, Ltd., Gas Engine Vis-a-Vis Air Compressor Tests, 556
  • Pressed Steel Co, Spot Welding Tests for the Air Ministry, 586
  • Priestman Brothers, Ltd., Grab with Planing Action, 606
  • Pullin, Dr. V. E., Radium in Engineering Practice, 302, 304; (Leader, 302)

Q

R

  • Radiovisor Parent, Ltd., Turbidity Indicator, 608
  • Ransome and Mantes Bearing Company, Ltd., Ball and Roller Bearings, B.I.F., (243)
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., Steam Dredging Crane, 281
  • "Rational" Burner for Pulverised Fuel, 332
  • Reavell and Co., Ltd., Motor Compressor Unit, 203
  • Record Electrical Co, Ltd., Insulating Testing Set, 90
  • Redler Patents, Conveying Machinery, B.I.F., (244)
  • 'Rex' Italian Liner, 22 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Reyrolle, A., and Co., Ltd., Air-break Switch and Transformer, Suppt., 24.2.33, iii; Control Apparatus at Dunston Power Station, 164; Electrical Apparatus, Suppt., 24.2.33, iii; Low-voltage Switch gear Testing Transformer, 508; Metal-clad Switch Panel, B.I Suppt., 24.2.33, iii; Oil-immersed Earthilig Switch, Suppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Rheostatic Co, Ltd., control Panel for Oil Burners, B.LF. Suppt., 17.2.33, v
  • Richards, Geo., and Co., Ltd., Pearn Richards No. 2 Boring Machine for Motor Lorry Kick Axles, 282
  • Richards, H. W. H., Steam, Electric and Oil electric Traction, 282; (Loader, 276)
  • Rio Cinca Power Plant, Boving and Co., ltd., 160, 161
  • Rissik, H., Supor-tension D.C. Transmission. 430; (Leader, 427)
  • Robertson, W. N. A., and Co., Ltd., Electrically Driven Equipment for Discharge Ends of Electric Furnaces, B.1.10., 216
  • Rolls-Royce, Ltd., "Buzzard," "Condor" "Kestrel " Aeroplane Engine, 4
  • Rotoplunge Pump Co, Ltd., Reciprocating Type Pump, B.1.F., (243)
  • "Royal Eagle," General Steam Navigation Co's Paddle Steamer, 21
  • Royal Mail Lines, Ltd., Recondition of "RMS Asturias" and "Alcantara" 565
  • Royal Yugo-Slav Flotilla Loader " Dubrovnik," Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 7
  • Russell, S., and Sons, Ltd, "Hydrofeed" Cold Sawing Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.:33, iv; Saw Sharpener, Suppt., 24.2.:33, iv
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., Cubic Yard Dragline Excavator, 11.1.10. Suppt., 17.2.33, i

S

  • "St. David" G.W.R. Steamer, Cammell, Laird and Co., Ltd., 21
  • St. John, New Brunswick, Harbour of, 650
  • Salter, George, and Co., Ltd., Flexible Spiral Roller Bearing, (244)
  • Samuelson and Co., Ltd., Lawn Mower Grinder 50
  • Sanderson Brothers and Newbould, Ltd., " Sanbold " Segmental Saw, B.I.F. 216
  • Saunders-Roe, Ltd., Amphibian Flying Boats, 3
  • Scaffolding (Great Britain), Ltd., Tubular Stool Scaffolding for Greenwich Night Pageant, 630
  • Schuster, L. W., Effect of Heat Treatment of Welds, 510
  • Schuster, L. W., Investigation of Mechanical Breakdown of Primo Movers and Boiler Plant, 449; (Loader, 453, 459)
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, Department of, Annual Report, 244
  • Selas Gas and Engineering Co Ltd., Gas and Air Mixing Apparatus, B.I.F., 214; Gas-fired Tilting Furnace, B.I.F., 213
  • Severn Barrage, 265, 317; (Loaders, 275, 325); *Model Experiments by Professor A. H. Gibson, 623, 626; (Leader, 627)
  • Shaw, F., and Co., Ltd., Steam-heated Rolls for Moulding Powders, 570, 572; 200-Ton Moulding Press for Synthetic Resin Product:4, 571, 572
  • Shell-Mex and B. P., Ltd., Oil Burning Equipment, Suppt., 17.2.33, iv
  • Sherrington, C. E. R., Railways and the Nation, 321; (Leader, 325)
  • Shetland Water Mill, H. W. Dickinson and E. Straker, 298
  • Short Brothers, Ltd., Six-engined Boat Seaplane, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • " Shorter " Process for Hardening 8ft. Diameter Gear Wheel, 124
  • Sidney, A. A., Fuel Pump and Injector, 114, 115
  • Siemens Brothers, Ships' Telegraphs of Liner " Queen of Bermuda," 216, 222
  • Siemens-Schuckert Company, Benson Boiler at Langorbrugge, 399 Tests, 621; High-capacity Circuit Breaker, 295
  • Siemens-Schuckert Co (Great Britain), Ltd., Conveyor Plant at Boots Drug Factory, Beeston), 366, 367, 376
  • Silvertown Lubricants, Ltd., Lubricating and Transformer Oils, B.I.F., (244)
  • Simon, Henry, Ltd., and Turbine Gears, Ltd. " Axien " Flexible Coupling, R.I.P. ,Suppt.. 24.2.33, v; Pendulum Soap Cutter, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iv, v; " Reform " Automolly Weigher, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, v; " Simon " Vertical Garage, Model of, B.I.F. Suppe., 24.2.33, iv; Speed Increasing Gear Unit, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iv
  • "Slieve More," L.M.S. Cargo Steamer, Wm. Denny and Brothers, Ltd., 21
  • Smith, Sir Frank E., Kelvin Lecture, Travel of Wireless Waves, 454
  • Snow, W. H., Jigging Conveyors, 162
  • Soldo Co Tinning Compound, B././0., (244)
  • Sound City, Shopperton, Film Studio, 434
  • Southampton Graving Dock, Process of Flooding, 565
  • Southern Railway, London-Brighton Electrification, 10, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Spartan Aircraft, Ltd., Spartan Six-seater Cruiser Monoplane, 2, 16
  • Standage Power Couplings (England), Ltd., "Standage" Resilient Coupling, 51
  • Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd., " Advanco " Automatic Telephone Exchange, 228
  • Stanton Iron Works Co, Ltd., Improved Cast Iron Roall Sections, 408; Mechanical Load Joint, 177
  • Staveley Coal and Iron Co, Ltd., Pipe Joint, B.I.P. Suppt., 24.2.33, vi
  • Storstrom Bridge, Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 483
  • Steel, E. A., Design of Kilns for the Seasoning of Timber, 175
  • Steel, Peech and Tozer, Ltd., " Phamix " All-British Rapid Machining Stool, B.1.P., 214
  • J. Stone and Co, Ltd., Reversible Booster for L..N.E. Locomotives,
  • Sudd Region of the Nile, H. E. Hurst, 586
  • Sunbeam Motor Car Company, Ltd., Internal Spline Honing Machine, 633
  • " Super-Selfix Hot Water Circulating Pump, Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 124
  • Swansea Power Station, Shaft Sinking by Freezing at, W. L. Lowe-Brown, 516, 526
  • Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Ltd., Liner " El Kantara," Compagnie de Navigation Mixte, 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Swinney Brothers, Ltd., Bottle Re-heating Furnace, B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, v, vi
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge Approaching Completion, 24 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933); Souvenir Book, 178
  • Sykes, W. P., Iron-tungsten-cobalt Cutting Alloys, 348
  • Synclocks, Ltd., Heston Air Port Clock, 151

T

  • Tagg, G. F., Overhead Line Towers, Earth Resistances, 422
  • Tavannes Watch Company, Vertical Automatic Lathe, 582
  • Taylor and Challen, Ltd., Double Crank Press, 383; High-speed Notching Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii; 100-Ton Precision Press, 255
  • Taylor Stoker Company, Retort Stokers at Battersea Power Station, 499
  • Tecalemit, Ltd., Booster Valve, I I
  • Technocracy, Mr. Van Deventer, 177
  • Tensometer, Ltd., Hounsfield Tensometers B.I.F., 106, 167
  • Tennant, R. 13., Ltd., Pilger Roll of Molyb-denum Steel, B.I.F., (244)
  • Terry Herbert, and Sons, Ltd., Springs and Clips, B.I.F., (244)
  • Thames Transmission Lino Crossing, 10
  • "The Severn Trader," Motor Vessel for Canal Service, Charles Hill and Sons, Ltd., 50
  • Thews, Edmund R., Treatment of Copper Wire Scrap, 381
  • Thompson Brothers (Bilston), Ltd., 2500-gallon Petrol Tank, 100
  • Thompson (Wolverhampton), Ltd., John, Economic Type Boiler, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii; Electrically Welded High-pressure Water-tube Boiler Drum, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.:33, vii
  • Thornhill Power Station, Operating Results, 500
  • Thornton, A. G., Ltd., " Engineer-Commerce " Slide Rule, 346
  • Thorp, H. R. M., Lay-outs for Mass Production, 530
  • Topham, Jones and Railton (1926), Ltd., Heightening Works on Aswan Dam, 542, 543 (Two-page Supplement, June 2nd, 1933)
  • Trans-Persian Railway Scheme, 455
  • Trevithick, 415; Memorial Lecture by C. E. Inglis, F.R.S., 416, 442
  • Tripp, G. W., Organising the Stores Department, 379
  • Tube Products, Ltd., (Wintry Works of, 88, 89
  • Tummel Development, Water Turbines for, Boving and Co., Ltd., 343, 350
  • Tyler, A., Smoke Detection, 606

U

  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., Steel and Allied Products, Bide., 214
  • United Strip and Bar Mills Steel Strip and Structural Ferro-coneroto Bars, B.I.F., 214
  • Upney Rectifier Sub-station on Barking-Upminster Line, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Urquharts (1926), Ltd., Alinnoomo Molting Furnace, Suppt, 17.2.33, vi

V

  • Velzy, C. R., Tanks for Separate Sludge Digestion, 281
  • Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Oil Engines for H.M. Submarine HM Submarine Thames, 226; 20,000-ton Electrically Propelled Liner "Queen of Bermuda, Furness, Withy and Co., Ltd., 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933); 159, 190, 191, 216, 222, 252
  • Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., "Vildebeest " Torpedo-bomber Landplane, 3, 16
  • Vokes, C. G., Ltd., Air Filter, 509; Air Filter, Oil, (360); Filters for Air and Liquids, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vi
  • Vomag Botriebs, A.G., " Onto " Type Oil Engine, 329

W

  • Wallach Brothers, Ltd., Carbon Monoxide Detector, 532
  • Wallis and Steevens, Ltd., 2.5ton Motor Roller B.I.F.Suppt., 17.2.33, i
  • Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Co, Ltd., Low Air Pressure Oil Burner, Suppt., 17.2.33, vi
  • Walworth, Ltd., Die-stork, 229
  • "Wanganella," Huddart, Parker and Co, Ltd., Motor Liner, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 19, 20
  • Ward, H. W., Ltd., Combination Turret Lathe, 506; Hexagon Turret Lathe for Bar Work, 408
  • Ward (Worcester), Ltd., James, Automatic. Wire-forming Machine, 60, 61, 70, (Note, 129)
  • Warner, Paul T., An American View of the " Royal Scot," 554
  • Waterless Gasholder Co Ltd., Piston Seal of Waterless Gasholder, B.I.F., 167
  • Watson, F. R. B., Production of a Vacuum moans of a Steam Jet. 192, 198
  • Watson, W. F., The Ideal Foreman. 178
  • "Wee-Mac" Pump, Drysdale and Co., Ltd.. 124
  • Weiss Electro-magnet for Research Work, Oerlikon Company, :330
  • Wells, G. Ernest, " The Idle Thoughts of a Busy Fellow," 42
  • West African Aerial Array at Daventry, 10, 12
  • West Middlesex Sewerage Scheme, 274, 279
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Co, Ltd., Resignalling of Brighton Station, 34, 44
  • Westland Aircraft Works, "Wallace" General Purpose Two-seater Aeroplane, 3, 16
  • Westwood, A. E., Ltd., Dispensing Cabinet for Cellulose Lacquers, B.I.F., (244); Pump-operated Oil Cans, B.I.F., (244)
  • Westwood and Co., Ltd., Overhead Hopper for Ropoway of West Middlesex Sewage &theme, 274, 278
  • "White" Combined Marine Reciprocating Engine and Exhaust Turbine, 41
  • Whitecross Co, Ltd., Wire Stranding Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, viii
  • Wickman, A. C., Ltd., Larger Premises in Coventry, (360); " Wimet " Metal for Tipping Cutting Tools, B.I.F., (244)
  • Williams, A. E., Synthetic Resins, 569
  • Williams, G. Bransby, Economics of Water Pumping, 469
  • Winn and Co., Ltd., Charles, Screwing and Cutting-off Machine, B.I.P. &Egypt., 17.2.33, viii
  • Woolf, Arthur, 1766 .1837, Rhys Jenkins, 97
  • Wood, R. McKinnon, Engine Cooling Research, 272
  • Woodfield Hoisting and Manufacturing Company, Ltd., Handling Plant at a Paper Warehouse, 433
  • Workington Iron and Steel Co, Ltd., Pig Irons of West Coast Hematite Grades, B.I.F., 214; " Uco " Series of Malleable and Foundry Special and Cylinder Irons, B.I.F., 214
  • Worthington Simpson, Ltd., Pumping Plant at L.C.C. Deptford Pumping Station, 331

Y

Subjects

A

  • ABBREVIATIONS Tentative National Standard, (273)
  • Abrasive Cutting off Wheels for Cutting Bar Stock and Tubing, (99)
  • Accelerator for Friction I )11)i) Stamps, " Massey," B. and S. Massey, Ltd., 125
  • Accidents in Industry, The Bowler Hat and Prevention of, (76)
  • Accounting, Stores Depart runt, Andres, Miller, 519
  • Acid Attack on Metal, Pickling Bath and preventing, (349)
  • Aerial Ropeway, Tho lialimpong, British Ropeway Engineering Company, Ltd., 426, 431
  • Aerial Itopoway, 26 Milos Long Between Tanap and Thakhok, Indo-China, (273)

AERONAUTICS

  • Aerial Ferry Service Between Hull and Grimsby (601)
  • Aerial Photography, Mapping Canada by, (143)
  • Aerial Surveying in South Africa, (43)
  • Aerodrome at Colombo, Proposed, (477)
  • Aerodrome for Transatlantic Mail Services at Atlantic Park, (69)
  • Aeronautical Congress in Paris, French Marine and, 579
  • Aeronautics, Busk Studentship in, (584)
  • Aero Show and Flying Display at Hendon, (601)
  • Aeroplane Engines, " Buzzard," " Condor," and " Kostral," Rolls Royce, Ltd., 4
  • Aeroplane Engines, Research on Bearing Metal for, (401)
  • Aeroplane for Government of Bengal, (651)
  • Aeroplane Services in United States, (375)
  • Aeroplane Services London to Switzerland, (601)
  • Aeroplanes, Cruising Speed for French, (375)
  • Aeroplanes for Persian Government, Thirty Hawker, (15)
  • Aeroplanes in Canal Zone, Panama, Used for Dusting Paris Green for Extermination of Mosquitoes, (143)
  • Air Linos of France, Combination of, (551)
  • Air Race for International ChaIlengo Trophy, Entries for, (169)
  • Air Service from Rangoon to Hanoi, (449)
  • Air Transport of Mining Material in N. E. Manitoba, (93)
  • Aircraft Cruiser "Gotland," Swedish, 7
  • Aircraft Engine, 650 H.1'., 14-Cylinder "Tiger" Air-cooled Engine, Armstrong-Siddoley Motors, Ltd., 4
  • Aircraft Fleet of Imporial Airways, Complete Ten Million Miles of Flying, (195)
  • Aircraft Fueling Station in Mid-Atlantie, "Westfalen" as, (477)
  • Airport at Baghdad, (401)
  • Airship " B 5," First Soviet, Built., (501)
  • Airship " E 9," Trial Flight of French, (93)
  • Airship for Russia, AU-metal Dirigible, (15)
  • Airship " Macon," U.S. Naval, (273)
  • Airships, Mooring of, (451)
  • "Akron," Board of Inquiry, (575)
  • Amphibian Flying Boats, Saunders Roe, Ltd 3
  • Bamboo Aoroplano Propellors, (221)
  • Civil Aviation Subsidies, 615
  • Croydon Aerodrome Traffic, (43)
  • Direct-control Wingless Autogiro, Ciorva
  • Autogiro Company, 2 (Suppt., January 6th, 1933)
  • Four-engined Commercial Monoplanes, "Atalanta," Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd., 4
  • French Airship " E 9," Trial Flight, (69)
  • General-purpose Two-seater Aoroplane, " Wallace," Westland Aircraft Works, 3, 16
  • German Commercial Aeroplane with Cruising Speed of 205 Miles, (299)
  • Glider Carries Air Mail Across Alps from Zurich, (218)
  • Helicopter of Smaller Horse-powor, (451)
  • High-performance Single-seater Fighters, 3
  • Imporial Airways Liner " Holena," Flight from London to Glasgow Non-stop, (551)
  • Imperial_ Airways Order Additional Air Liners, (221)
  • Long-rango Night Bomber, Fairey Aviation Company, Ltd., 3 (Suppt., January 6th, 1933)
  • " Macon," Trials of U.S. Naval Airship, (401)
  • Petsamo Air Race, Finland's, (501)
  • Six-engined Boat Seaplane, Short Brothers, Ltd., 2
  • Six-seater Cruiser Monoplane, Spartan Aircraft., Ltd., 2, 16
  • Ten-soator Civil Biplane, Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Company, Ltd., 3 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Torpedo Bomber Landplane, " Vildebeest," Vickers (Aviation), Ltd., 3, 16
  • Transatlantic Air Services, (117)
  • Twin-ongined Mail Carrier, Boulton and Paul, Ltd., 2
  • AGRICULTURAL Engineering Abroad, 121
  • Air Compressor, Portable, Load Wool Company, Ltd., 75
  • Air Compressor Driven by M.A.N. High-speed Oil Engine, Demag, :328, 329
  • Air Compressors, Petrol and Heavy Oil Engine Driven, Broom and Wade, Ltd., B. I . (244)
  • Air Ejector, The, 198
  • Air Heater Unit, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.1.10., 216
  • Air Pipo Linos, Fall of Pressure Along, (299)
  • Alcohol as Motor Fuel, 507
  • Alloy of Stainless Characteristics, Honda's, (451)
  • Alloy Resistant to Hydrochloric Acid, " Durichlor," (651)
  • Alloys, Iron-Tungsten-Cobalt Cutting, W. P. Sykes, 348
  • Alloys, Quenching and Tvmpering 4,1, Professor Albert Portovin, 480
  • Alloys of Load, Ternary, (425)
  • Aluminium Alloy for 44ft. Extension Ladder, (501)
  • Aluminium Booms for Excavators, (195)
  • Aluminium Conpetition, International Competition Results, 1932, 97
  • Alumini 11111 Compotition, Awards in International, (117)
  • Aluminium Industry in Scotland, G. 13oex, 559, 604, 609
  • Aluminium Melting Furnace, Urquharts (1926),
  • Ltd., B. l .F. Suppt.,17 . 2.33, vi
  • Aluminium Pick! lig with Hot Ferric-ehloride, (43)
  • Aluminium Pistons on Czechoslovakian State Railways' Locomotives, (345)
  • Aluminium Plant in Urals, (401)
  • Aluminium Plant Operating, Dnieper, (625)

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS

  • Air Conditioning, 583
  • Aluminium for Excavators, 382
  • American Road Building, 583
  • Bridge, An Open Floor, 165
  • Combined Mercury-steam Boiler Plants, 550
  • Cooling Electrical Machines, 298
  • Cutting Tools, High-speed, 256
  • Earthquake-resistant Structures, 256
  • Excavators, Oil and Petrol-electric, 123
  • Gilsonito Mining and Production, 165
  • Molybdenum in Tool Steels, 123
  • Permanent Way Welding, 550
  • Power Station Developments, :382
  • Rayon Waste, Treatment of, 550
  • Refuse Incinerators, 256
  • Rustless Stool, Manufacture of, 256
  • Steel Dams in United States, 298
  • Stool Ingots and Castings, :382
  • Tanks of Stainless-clad Steel, 583
  • Train Ferry Extraordinary, 123
  • Underground Goods Railway, 123
  • Wells, Boring loft., 123
  • AMMONIA Gas to Prevent Corrosion in Steam Boilers, (273)
  • Ammonia Soda Production in Norway, (451)
  • Anchor Chain, Chrome Nickel Cast Stool, (247)
  • Anchorage for Reinforcing Bars for Concrete Works, (651)

ANNUAL ARTICLES

  • A Retrospect, 17
  • Aeronautics in 19:32, 2 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Bridges of 1932, Some, 24 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Electrical Engineering in 1932, 9 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Harbours and Waterways in 1932, 8, 35
  • Locomotives in 1932, 4 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Naval Construction in 1932. Hector C. Bywater, 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Railways in 1932, 39
  • Sanitary Engineering in 1932. 25
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in 1932, 19, 40 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Water Supply in 1932, 25
  • ANTIMONY Deposits at Anarck, Development of, (375)
  • Apatite Deposits Discovered on Kola Peninsula, (525)
  • Applied Mechanics, Congress for, 591
  • Area of Indian Empire, (116)
  • Artificial Silk Factory in Northern Ireland, (323)
  • Asbestos Cement Pipe-making Plant at Rhooso, (477)
  • Asbestos Field at Beaconsfield, Tasmania, Opened, (525)
  • Asbestos Plant at Jeroslav, U.S.S.R., (247)
  • Asphalte, National Mastic, 326
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH, FOR ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE
  • Annual Meeting at Leicester, (560)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH CAST IRON RESEARCH
  • Report of Methods of Sampling and Analysis in Cast Iron Research, 386
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH CHEMICAL MANUFACTURERS :
  • Annual Dinner Report, (129)
  • ASSOCIATION, B.E.A.M.A.
  • Annual Dinner Report, (540)
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH ELECTRICAL DEVELOPMENT
  • Reconstruction Programme, 565
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH WATERWORKS
  • Annual General Meeting Programme, 382
  • ASSOCIATION, DIESEL ENGINE USERS
  • Annual Dinner Report, 155
  • Fuel Characteristics in Relation to Pump and Sprayer Action, L. J. Le Mesurier and R Stansfield, 358
  • ASSOCIATION, FARADAY HOUSE OLD STUDENTS
  • Supper Dance at Hotel Russell, (178)
  • ASSOCIATION, FINSBURY TECHNICAL COLLEGE OLD STUDENTS
  • Annual Dinner, (79)
  • ASSOCIATION, MACHINE TOOL TRADES
  • Annual Dinner Report, (360)
  • ASSOCIATION, MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL
  • Conference at Bournemouth, 618
  • Presidential Address, Mr. Geoffrey Porter, 618
  • Papers :
  • Design, Equipment and Operation of Static Sub-stations, E. Seddon, 618
  • Electric Cooking : Domestic and Commercial, P. J. Robinson and E. E. Headley, 619
  • Electricity Metering and Tariffs, W. Lawson, 619
  • Needs of the Farmer and Responsibility of Supply Undertakers, Dr. H. J. Denham, 619
  • Report of Annual Dinner, 619
  • ASSOCIATION, NATIONAL SAFETY FIRST
  • National Safety Congress, London, 436
  • ASSOCIATION, OLD CROMPTONIANS
  • Annual Dinner, (309)
  • ASSOCIATION, SANITARY INSPECTORS
  • Smoke Detection, A. Tyler, 606
  • ASSOCIATION, SKILLED EMPLOYMENT AND APPRENTICES
  • Annual Report for 1932, (601)
  • ASSOCIATION FOR COMMERCIAL EDUCATION, BRITISH
  • H.R.H. The Prince of Wales, Patron, (195)
  • ASSOCIATION OF CATCHMENT BOARDS
  • Proposed Association, (169)
  • ASSOCIATION OF CONSULTING ENGINEERS
  • Mr. A. M. Sillar Elected Chairman, (625)
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, BELFAST
  • Annual Dinner Report, (285)
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER
  • Dr. T. B. Morley Elected President, (349)
  • ASSOCIATION OF HEATING, VENTILATING, AND DOMESTIC ENGINEERING EMPLOYERS, NATIONAL
  • Annual General Meeting in London, (299)
  • ASSOCIATION OF SPECIAL LIBRARIES AND INFORMATION BUREAUX
  • Annual Conference at Bristol, (•233)
  • ASSOCIATION TECHNIQUE MARITIME ET AERONAUTIQUE
  • Annual Congress Report, 579
  • ASSOCIATIONS, METAL RESEARCH
  • Work of Association, 587
  • ASSOCIATIONS, RESEARCH
  • Work of Research Associations, 245
  • CHEMICAL ENGINEERING GROUP OF SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
  • Annual Dinner, " Modern Economics and Unemployment," Lord Melchott, 458
  • CIRCLE, ENGINEERS' GERMAN
  • A Review of Iron and Steel Manufacture, Herr Victor B. Reichwald, 155
  • Developments in Design of Rolling Mill Equipment, Dipl. Ing. E. Ernst Kugel, (205)
  • Modern Developments and Problems of Electric Power Supply in Europe, Herr Dr. K. Johl, 321
  • Summer Evening Visit, 524
  • FEDERATION OF CIVIL ENGINEERING CONTRACTORS
  • Annual Dinner, (551)
  • INSTITUTE, AMERICAN IRON AND STEEL :
  • Use of Rolled Steel in Machine Construction, H. G. Marsh, 585
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL
  • Annual General Meeting Programme, 345
  • Annual Meeting, 470, 495
  • Annual Dinner Report, 473
  • Appointment of Secretary, 185
  • Bessemer Gold Medal, 1933, Awarded to Dr. W. H. Hatfield, (181)
  • Presidential Address, W. R. Lysaght, 448, 470
  • Papers :
  • Austenitic Steels, Contribution to Study of Properties of, L. B. Pfeil and D. G. Jones, 497
  • Blast-furnace, External Heat Loss of a, D. F. Marshall, 471
  • Blast-furnace Design and Practice, Recent Development in American, W. A. Haven, 471
  • Carnegie Research Grants, List of Awards. 495
  • Coke Consumption in Blast-furnace Practice : Effect of Removal of Breeze, D. F. Marshall and R. V. Wheeler, 470
  • Contribution to Study of Inclusions in Steels, Dr. J. L. Haughton, 495
  • Corrosion Fatigue Tests Employing Two Types of Stressing Action, Some Comparative, Dr. H. J. Gough and Mr. D. G.
  • Sopwith, 472
  • Formation of Columnar Crystals in Steel Sheets after Normalisation, F. Kinsky, 472
  • French Honour to Monsieur Fremont, 472
  • Hardening Punches of High-speed Alloy Steels, (347)
  • Internal Combustion Exhaust Valve Failures, C. C. Hidgson, 497
  • Phosphorus on Properties of Hardened and Tempered Cast Iron, Influence of, J. E. Hurst, 497
  • Stainless Steels, Intergranular Corrosion of 18/8, E. C. Rollason, 498
  • Steel Castings Research Committee, First Report of, 496
  • Structural Changes in Hypo-eutectoid Steels on Heating, Sir H. C. Carpenter and J. M. Robertson, 471
  • Sulphur and Phosphorus on Corrosion of Iron, Effect of, L. Tronstad and J. Sejersted, 497
  • INSTITUTE, JAMES WATT MEMORIAL
  • 1, 491
  • INSTITUTE OF BRITISH FOUNDRYMEN
  • Annual Conference Programme, 510
  • Annual Conference at Cardiff, 658
  • Presidential Address, Mr. C. Edward Williams, 658
  • Alloy Grey Irons, Dr.-Ing. Carl W. Pfannonschmidt, 658
  • American Progress in Use of Alloys in Cast Iron, F. B. Coyle, 658
  • Anodic Treatment and Dyeing of Aluminium Castings, N. D. Pullen, 659
  • Coking Practice in South Wales District, Dr. W. R. D. Jones, 659
  • Heat-resisting Cast Irons, E. Morgan, 658
  • Mechanised Foundries, F. J. Cook, 658
  • Testing Sand, Routine Methods for, Sub-Committee's Report, 658
  • Visits and Entertainments, 658
  • INSTITUTE OF CANADA, ENGINEERING
  • Forty-seventh Convention at Ottawa, 227
  • Presidential Address, Canada's Position in Empire Mineral Development, Dr.
  • Charles Camsoll, 227
  • Aeronautical Research, Outline History of, *Squadron Leader A. Ferrier, 227
  • Construction of Trans-Canada Highway as an Unemployment Relief Measure, James Sinton, 227
  • Constructional Features of Chats Falls Developments, H. L. Trottier and James Dick, 228
  • Churchill as a Port, Development of, D. W. McLachlan, 227
  • Electrical Design of Chats Falls Development, E. T. J. Brandon, 228
  • General Description of Chats Falls Developments, Dr. T. H. Hogg, 228
  • Illumination of Welland Ship Canal, L. P. Rundle, 228
  • INSTITUTE OF CHEMISTRY
  • Meldola Medal and Sir Edward Frankland Medal and Prize, Presentation of, (262)
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS
  • Annual Dinner, Report, (205)
  • British Oil Engine Design, W. S. Burn, 506
  • Pulverised Coal Firing in Marine Scotch Boilers, W. G. Gibbons and M. Arthur-son, 168
  • Royal Charter Granted, (375)
  • INSTITUTE Of METALS
  • Annual Dinner, Report, 267
  • Annual Meeting :
  • Aluminium, Graphitic Silicon, Heat Treatment and the Electrical Conductivity of, L. H. Callendar, 293
  • Aluminium Wire, Electrical Conductivity of, A. J. Field and J. H. Dickin, 293
  • Application of the Diamond Pyramid Indentation Test to Copper and Copper-rich Alloys in Form of Thin Strip, M. Cook and E. C. Larke, 294
  • Copper Ingots, Distribution of Porosity in, N. P. Allen, 293
  • Copper-nickel Alloys, An Investigation of the Effects of Hydrogen and Oxygen on the Unsoundness of, N. P. Allen and A. C. Street, 294
  • Equilibrium of the Reaction between Steam and. Molten Copper, N. P. Allen and T. Hewitt, 294
  • Experiments on Effects of Variations in Moulds and Pouring Temperatures on the Macro- and Micro-structures of Some Low Melting Point Metals and Alloys, Frances D. Weaver, 266
  • Fatigue-resisting Properties of Light Aluminium Alloys at Elevated Temperatures, J. W. Cuthbertson, 267
  • Interpretation of the Tensile Test (with Reference to Lead Alloys), Professor B. P. Haigh and Brinley Jones, 266
  • Physical Properties of Zinc at Various Stages of Cold Rolling, R. Chadwick. 267
  • Tellurium to Lead, Some Effects of the Additions of, W. Singleton and Brinley Jones, 266
  • Volatile Chlorides on Magnesium and on Copper, Note on the Influence of. J. D. Grogan and T. H. Schofield, 294
  • May Lecture by M. Albert Portevin, Quenching and Tempering Phenomena in Alloys, (55), (69), 480
  • Papers to be Read at Annual Meeting, 178
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGICAL ENGINEERS, AMERICAN
  • Thormo-couple for the Determination of Temperatures up to at least 1800 deg. Cent., G. R. Fitterer, (477)
  • INSTITUTE OF MINING AND METALLURGY, CANADIAN
  • Hoist and other Equipment at Lake Shore Mine, D. L. Cramp, (601)
  • INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS
  • Annual General Meeting, 541
  • Awards for Papers, 1932, (375)
  • INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS, MANCHESTER AND DISTRICT
  • Research from an Industrial Point of View, A. P. M. Fleming, (233)
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT
  • President for 1933-34, Mr. William Whitelaw, (498)
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS
  • Flow in Oil Engine Injection Systems, S. J. Davies and E. Griffin, 219
  • Report on Cylinder Wear, 634, 660
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS
  • Annual Meeting and Dinner, 194
  • Austenitic Steels at Low Temperatures, E. W. Colbeck, Dr. W. E. MacGillivray, and W. R. D. Manning, 556
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS
  • Annual Dinner, Report, (259)
  • Conversazione, Report of, 620; Exhibits, 620; Lectures : Airships, B. N. Wallis, 620; Automatic Traffic Signals, J. C.
  • Wrighton, 620; Salving the " Egypt's " Gold, J. Swinburno, 620
  • Primary Considerations Relating to Steam, Electric and Diesel-electric Traction, H. W. H. Richards, 282; (Leader, 276)
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS, MANCHESTER AND DISTRICT ASSOCIATION
  • Annual Dinner, Report, 155
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS
  • Benevolent Fund Receives Surplus from Ball, (425)
  • Cancellation of Summer Meeting, (486)
  • Experimental Circuit Breakers, J. B. MacNeill, 522
  • Heating of Electric Lamp Fittings and Leads, P. D. Morgan, H. G. Taylor and W. Lethersich, 436
  • High-voltage Circuit Breakers versus Fuses, W. D. D. Fenton, 558
  • Jackman, W. M., Gold. Modal for Bravery, Presented by Sun Oil Company to, (375)
  • Kelvin Lecture, The Travel of Wireless Waves, Sir Frank E. Smith, 454
  • Retirement of Mr. R. H. Tree, 466; Testimonial Fund, (640)
  • Scholarships in Electrical Engineering, 486
  • Summer Visit of Scottish Section, (386)
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL. ENGINEERS : LONDON STUDENTS' SECTION
  • Order Signalling for Marine and Power Station Equipment, H. Newald, 142
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS : NORTH-WESTERN SECTION
  • Annual Dinner at Manchester, Report, (129)
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS : AMERICAN
  • Advantages of High-frequency Induction Generator for Metal Arc 'Welding, (248)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERING INSPECTION
  • Mr. T. W. Ellis elected President, (273)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, CLEVELAND
  • Feed-water Treatment by Etherium Physical Process, H. 0. Thompson, (195)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS-IN-CHARGE
  • Annual Dinner Report, (335)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, JUNIOR
  • Annual Dinner Report, (450)
  • Design of Kilns for Seasoning Timber, E. A. Steel, 175
  • Jubilee Celebrations, 1934, (312)
  • Smoke Detection and Measurement, Major C. E. Prince, (247)
  • Smoke Research, Major C. E. Prince, (349)
  • Stress Recorders, G. F. Kent, (69)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS : SOUTH AFRICAN
  • Mine Ventilation, Doors of Cast Non-corrosive Aluminium Alloy, J. T. McIntyre, (477)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND
  • Rotary Pulverised Fuel Furnace for Cast Iron, P. M. Macnair, 175
  • INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS
  • Annual Meeting Programme, 510
  • Comparative Costs of Oxy-coal-gas and Oxyacetylene Cutting, J. E. White, (601)
  • INSTITUTION OF GREAT BRITAIN, ROYAL
  • Davy Faraday Research Laboratory, 491
  • Public Afternoon Lectures, (79)
  • INSTITUTION OF HEATING AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS
  • Issue of a Monthly Journal, (221)
  • INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS
  • Annual Dinner, Report, (259)
  • President, Major C. E. Williams, (651)
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS
  • Associate Membership Examination, 322
  • Mr. A. E. L. Chorlton, M.P., the next President, 198, 200
  • Annual General Meeting, 198, 200
  • Summer Meeting at Edinburgh, 604
  • Aluminium Industry in Scotland, George Boex, 559, 604, 609
  • Compression-ignition Engine and British Railways, Lieut.-Colonel L. F. R. Fell, 66, 72; (Leader, 71)
  • Grain, Handling and Storing of, with Special Reference to Canadian Methods, H. H. Broughton, 111, 120, 139
  • Investigation of Mechanical Breakdowns of Prime Movers and Boiler Plant. L. W. Schuster, 449; (Leader, 453, 459)
  • Prizes Awarded to Graduates for Papers, (29)
  • Production of Vacuum by means of Steam Jet, F. R. B. Watson, 192, 198
  • Radium in Engineering Practice, Dr. V. E. Pullin, 302, 304; (Leader, 301)
  • Welding Research Committee's Work, Survey of, 253
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY
  • Annual Dinner Report, (450)
  • Awards of Medals and Premiums, (335)
  • Drill Steels for Mining Purposes, Dr. W. H. Hatfield, 420
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING ENGINEERS
  • Presidential Address, Coal and Oil, John Brass, 123
  • Summer Meeting Programme, 560, 662
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS
  • Annual Dinner Report, 371
  • Annual Meeting Programme, 333
  • Spring Meeting, 368
  • Premium Awarded to Dr. G. Kempf and Herr H. Lerbs, (143)
  • Presidential Nomination, The Right Hon. Lord Stonehaven, (309)
  • Papers :
  • Consideration of the Improved forms of Modern Cargo Steamers and the Effect on their Operating Costs due to their Low Fuel Consumption, J. T. Batey and J. L. Batey, 369, 372
  • Constructional Tests on Mild Steel Sections with Electrically Welded Joints, Professor P. B. Haigh, 394
  • Contribution to the Photographic Study of the Mechanism of a Ship's Wake, Professor T. B. Abell, 419
  • Effect of Local Hollowing Forward with Varying Type of Sections and Length of Entrance, Professor A. F. Lindblad, 397
  • Effect of Wind on Ship Performance, Dr. G. Hughes, 397
  • Naval Water-tube Boilers, Experiments and Shop Trials, Engineer-Captain S. R. Dight, 420, 434
  • Porpoising of High-speed Motor Boats, W. G. A. Perrin, 445
  • Presidential Address, Lord Stonehavon, 369
  • Problems of Water-cooled Piston-rod in Two-stroke Cycle Double-acting Oil Engines, S. F. Darcy, 444, 458
  • Screw Propeller Experiments with Models of Coasters, Dr. F. H. Todd, 397
  • Some Observations with Regard to the Problems of the Structural Design of Pressure Hull of Submarines, R. L. Payne, 445
  • Stress Distribution in Fusion Joints of Plates Connected at Right Angles, Professor E. G. Coker and R. Russel, 394
  • Suggested Method of Minimising Vibration in Ships, Professor C. E. Inglis, 445
  • Tonnage Measurement, N. Gustaf Nilsson, 370
  • Use of Electric Arc Welding in Warship Construction, C. S. Lillicrap, 394, 409
  • INSTITUTION, PERMANENT WAY
  • Annual Dinner, (169)
  • INSTITUTION OF PRODUCTION ENGINEERS
  • Yorkshire Local Section Formed, (69)
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS
  • President, Mr. W. Challis, (143), (651)
  • Token Systems on Single Lines, W. Bryson, (69)
  • INSTITUTION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS
  • Annual Dinner Report, (312)
  • Portland Howe Travelling Scholarship, 1933, (323)
  • Programme of Summer Meeting, 486
  • INSTITUTION OF WELDING ENGINEERS
  • Essentials of Good Welding, A. G. Walker, (69)
  • SOCIETY, ENGINEERING GOLFING
  • Annual General Meeting, (233); Results of Spring Meeting at Hunstanton, (519)
  • SOCIETY, METAL TRADES' GOLFING
  • Proposed Golfing Society, (634)
  • SOCIETY, NEWCOMEN
  • Arthur Woolf, 1766-1837, Rhys Jenkins, 97
  • Shetland Water Mill, H. W. Dickinson and E. Straker, 298
  • Summer Meeting Programme, 536
  • Summer Meeting in Cornwall, 632
  • SOCIETY, WHITWORTH
  • Annual Summer Meeting at Nottingham, (650)
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY
  • Lining Vessels with Rubber, Method of, N. Swindin, (51)
  • Medal Awarded to Professor W. A. Bone (525)
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS, ILLINOIS
  • Tanks for Separate Sludge Digestion, C. R. Velzy, 281
  • SOCIETY OF ENGINEERS (INCORPORATED)
  • Glass Bottle Making Machinery, Hal Gutteridge, (462)
  • SOCIETY, PHYSICAL
  • Exhibition, 37, 64, 90
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AERONAUTICAL
  • Engine Cooling Research, R. McKinnon Wood, 272
  • Lessons of the " Do. X.," Dr. C. Dornier, 406
  • Society's Gold Medal Awarded to Sir Richard Glazebrook, (285)
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL AGRICULTURAL
  • Show at Derby, (221)
  • SOCIETY FOR STEEL TESTING, AMERICAN
  • Iron-Tungsten-Cobalt Cutting Alloys, W. P. Sykes, 348
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS, ROYAL :
  • Sudd Region of the Nile, H. E. Hurst, 586
  • Thomas Gray Memorial Trust, (288)
  • SOCIETY, ROYAL, OF GREAT BRITAIN
  • Conversazione at Burlington House, 528
  • Mond Laboratory at Cambridge University, 146
  • AVELING and Porter, Ltd., Removal from Rochester to Grantham, 615
  • Atmospheric Pollution in 1931-32, J. B. C. Kershaw, 172

B

  • BALDWINS, Ltd., History of, (335)
  • Ball-bearing Plant at Moscow, (651)
  • Banking and Industry, 250, 277; (Leader, 250), (Letter, 297)
  • Barges, River, Research on, 244
  • Barrage, Severn, 265 (Leader, 275); 317 (Leader, 325); Model Experiments by Professor A. H. Gibson, 623, 626 (Leader, 627)
  • Bearing, Flexible Spiral Roller, George Salter and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., (244)
  • Bearings, Ball and Roller, Hoffmann Manufacturing Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.3.33, viii
  • Bearings, Ball and Roller, Ransomes and Marks Bearing Company, Ltd., B.I.F., (243)
  • Bearings for Steel Mill Roll Necks of Bakelite Reinforced with Fabric, (93)
  • Beilby Memorial Awards, 1933, (450)
  • Belting, Balata, R. and J. Dick, Ltd., B.I.F., (244)
  • Belting, Fenatex, J. H. Fenner and Co., Ltd., 532
  • Benzine from Wood by Chemical Decomposition, Experiments, (601)
  • Beryllium in America, 624
  • Beryllium-Copper Alloy for Firing Pins of Firearms, (551)
  • Beryllium Ores, Flotation Process for Concentration of, (501)
  • Bibliography of Management., Index Issued, (584)
  • Billet Furnace Heated by Pulverised Coal, Alfred Herbert, Ltd. B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33. vi
  • Billingsgate Fish-box Transporter, 74
  • Blast-furnace Gas in American Steel Works, Burning, (273)

BOILERS

  • Accessories for Boilers, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Bide., 215
  • Benson Boiler at Langerbrugge, 399; Tests, 621
  • Boiler, Economic Type, John Thompson (Wolverhampton), Ltd., B.I.F., Suppt. 24.2.33, vii
  • Boiler, Howden-Johnson Marine, James Howden and Co., Ltd., 40
  • Boiler, " Velox," and One Hundred Per Cent. Efficiency, Brown, Boveri and Co., 22
  • Boiler at Langerbrugge, Benson, Siemens-Schuckert Company, 399; Tests, 621
  • Boiler at Robinson and Cleavers' Belfast. Works, Water-heating, Spencer-Hopwood, 76
  • Boiler-cleaning Plant, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F. Supple, 17.2.33, ii
  • Boiler Control Equipment at Battersea Power Station, Electroflo Meters Company, Ltd.,646
  • Boiler-drum, Electrically Welded High-pressure Water-tube, John Thompson (Wolverhampton), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii
  • Boiler Explosion to bo Investigated, Steam Traction Engines, (625)
  • Boiler Feed Water, Treatment of, (69)
  • Boiler for Pulverised Fuel System, North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Ltd., 332
  • Boiler-house Plant at Battersea Power Station, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 498, 499, 502
  • Boilermakers' Dispute at Cardiff, (451)
  • Boiler Testing in Germany, (625)
  • Boiler Tubes, Instrument for Testing, J. H. Holmes, Ltd. B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Boilers at Robinson and Cleavers' Belfast Works, Spencer-Hopwood High-duty, Oil-fired, 76
  • Mercury-steam Boiler Plants, Combined, 550
  • BORON Compounds, World Supplies of, (69)
  • Bottle Reheating Furnace, Swinney Brothers, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, v, vi
  • Box Gate at Elderslie Dock of Barclay, Curie and Co., Ltd., Sir Wm. Arrol and Co., Ltd., 170, 174
  • Brass Welding of, Oxy-acetylene Blow-pipe Method, (349)
  • Brazing Compounds, Johnson, Matthey and Co., Ltd., R.I.P., (244)
  • Brazing Stainless Steel, (221)
  • Breakwater in. Lake Zurich. (117)
  • Brick, Thin Veneering, (117)
  • Brick-filling Adds to Strength of Steel Structures, (169)
  • Brick for Electric Furnaces, Improved Silicon Carbide Refractory, (525)
  • Brick Masonry Reinforced, 1813, (43)

BRIDGES :

  • Bangkok Bridge, Siam, 24
  • Benue Bridge, Nigeria, 24 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Bridge Across Auckland Harbour, N.Z., *Proposed, (625)
  • Bridge Across First Narrows, Vancouver,( 451)
  • Bridge Across Fraser River, Proposod, (477)
  • Bridge Across St. Lawrence from Ivy Lea to Hill Island, (117)
  • Bridge at Storatrom, Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 483
  • Bridge Building, 491 (Leader, 603)
  • Bridge Building and Structural Steel Work Industry in 1931, Canadian, (374)
  • Bridge Opened Joining Venice to Mainland, (451)
  • Bridge Over First Narrows at Burrards Inlet at Vancouver, (477)
  • Bridge Over Forth and Clyde Canal, Opening, (601)
  • Bridge Reconstruction on L.M.S. Railway at Peterborough, 398, 399
  • Bridge Reconstruction on L.M.S. at. S. Tottenham, Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 255
  • Bridge Structures Reinforced on Buenos Aires Western Railway, (14)
  • Bridges at Newark, N.J., Two, (195)
  • Bridges in America, Some Large, 485
  • Bridges Over Niagara River, Two, (451)
  • Bridges Over Railway Level Crossings in Madras City, Proposed, (195)
  • Buctouche River Bridge, Quick Work on, (195)
  • Burrard Bridge, Vancouver, J. R. Grant, 84, 94
  • Caughnawaga Bridge over St. Lawrence, Work Started on, (651)
  • Girder Bridge Replaces Century-old Walter (Suspension) Bridge, Dacca, (425)
  • Golden Gate Bridge, Excavation Started for, (93)
  • Golden Gate Bridge Commenced, (299)
  • Khedive Ismail Bridge at Cairo Opened, 565, (601)
  • Lambeth Bridge, London, 25 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • I ,ambeth Bridge, Economy Effected in Buying British Steel for, (169)
  • Monolithic Concrete Bridge Over River at Brisbane, McR. Hornibrook, Ltd., 186, 196
  • Reinforced Concrete Bridge Over River Stowe at Stafford Opened, (143)
  • Rhine Bridge of Reinforced Concrete, (299)
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 24 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Dorman, Long and Co.'s Souvenir Book, 178
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Tolls from, (299)
  • Sykes Bridge Across Tapti River Completed, (299)
  • Tay Bridge, Mode of Erecting Original, (425)
  • Tees Bridge at Newport, Middlesbrough, Progress of, (570
  • Thames Bridges to be Opened in July, (375)
  • Tower Adopted in Design of George Washington Bridge, Unusual Type of, (169)
  • Towy Bridge of Steel and Not Reinforced Concrete, (43)
  • Tusta Bridge, India, Single Reinforced Concrete Span, (69)
  • Vertical Lift Type Bridge Across Hudson River Between Albany and Ronssclair, N.Y., (267)
  • Vertical Lift Type Bridge Across Hudson River Opened, (221)
  • Ville La Salle-Caughnawaga Bridge Over St. Lawrence, (15)
  • Waterloo Bridge, Work on, (299)
  • BRITISH Industries Fair at Birmingham—see Exhibitions.
  • British Industries' Position, 33
  • British Science Guild, Lord Melchett President, (551)

BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION

  • Annual General Meeting, (650)
  • Handbook and Index of Specifications, (299), (352)
  • Specifications :
  • Air-break Switches, 181
  • Aluminium Alloy Bars, Light, 194
  • Asbestos Cement Pressure Pipes, 533
  • Bayonet Lamp and Lampholders, 194
  • British Standard Plugs and Sockets, 410
  • Bus-bars and Bus-bar Connections, 79
  • Ceiling Type Electric Fans, 79
  • Circular Saws, 533
  • Coal Tar Products, 246
  • Concrete Plain Roofing Tiles, 129
  • Copper Wire, Annealed, 129
  • Derrick Cranes, 533
  • Ebonite, 634
  • Fusion Welded Air Receivers, 581
  • Industrial Sieves and Screens, 436
  • Insulating Oils for Electrical Purposes, 533
  • Load Hooks for Cranes and other Lifting Appliances, 476
  • Metal-sheathed Paper-insulated Copper Conductors, 410
  • Moulded Insulating Materials, 581
  • Railway Signalling Symbols, Wiring Symbols and Written Circuits, 181
  • Steel Conduit and Conduit Fittings, 436
  • Synthetic Resin (Phenol-aldehyde Type), 181
  • Testing of Thin Metal Sheet and Strip, 581
  • Tractive Armature D.C. Neutral Line Relays, 79
  • Tramway Wheels, 533
  • Turbine Oils, 581
  • Wires and Wheels for Electric Traction, 360
  • BROMINE Production front Caarnallito of Solikamsk, (169)
  • Bungalows in Falmouth District, Cox and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Offer to Build, (425)
  • Burner, Automatic Fuel Oil, Laidlaw, Drew and Co., Ltd., R.I.P. Suppt., 17.2.33, iv, v
  • Burner, Automatic Oil, Parker, Winder and Achurch, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppe., 17.2.33, v
  • Burner, " Electromatie " Oil, G. C. Pillinger and Co., Ltd., Suppt., 17.2.33, v
  • Burner, Low Air Pressure Oil, Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I. F. Suppt., 17.2.33, vi
  • Burner, " Rotamisor " Oil, Combustions, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, v
  • Burner for Pulverised Fuel, Fuel Research Station's, 584
  • Burner for Pulverised Fuel, " Rational," 332
  • Businesses. Opportunity and Handicap of the Small, Harold Whitehead, 491
  • By-products of Primary Tar, (93)

C

  • CABINET for Cellulose Lacquers, Dispensing, A. E. Westwood, Ltd.. B.I.F., (244)
  • Cables at Dunston Power Station, Main and Auxiliary, British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 165
  • Cadmium and Foodstuffs Law, (425)
  • Cadmium Production in Canada, (525)
  • Calendars, Diaries, &c., 29, 55, 79, 103, 181, 233
  • Canadian Carborundum Company, Ltd., Niagara Falls, Extension of Works, (147)

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS

  • Aerial Transportation, 348
  • Aeronautics, 433
  • Aluminium, 179
  • Automobile Industry, 348
  • Business Conditions, 231, 536
  • Coal, 231
  • Concrete Structures, Resistance of, 348
  • Construction Industry, Position of, 348
  • Electric Boilers, 433
  • Employment Measures, 179
  • Facilities for Handling Coal, 536
  • Fertiliser Industry, 348
  • Fraser River Bridge Project, 536
  • Gold Mining Progress, 348
  • Hydro-electric Progress, 230
  • Insulation, 536
  • Machinery, 179
  • Mineral Production, 230
  • Mining Improvements, 101
  • Nickel, 536
  • Nickel Plant Re-opened, 179
  • Oil Refinery in Montreal East, 433
  • Oil Refinery Project at St. John, New Brunswick, 348
  • Platinum Medal, 536
  • Port Facilities at Sorel, 179
  • Radium Production, 536
  • Railway " Dope " Laundry, 179
  • Railway Earnings and Economies, 179
  • Railway Problems, 101
  • Removing a Huge Cofferdam, 101; (Letter, R. A. Ryvos, 116)
  • Russian Crude Oil, 179
  • Salt Production in Saskatchewan, 101
  • CANAL, Proposed Manycli, (349)
  • Canal, Vessels Using Welland, (651)
  • Canal Freights in Canada, (273)
  • Canned Fruit and Vegetables, Result of Ingenuity of Engineers, (43)
  • Canning Turtles, Factory on River Amazon, (16)
  • Carbon Dioxide for Cooling and Freezing Purposes, Solid, (247)
  • Carbon Monoxide Detector, Wallach Brothers, Ltd., 532
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Treatment for, (299)
  • Castings, " Black Heart " Malleable, Ley's Malleable Castings Company, Ltd., B.I. F. Suppt., 24.2.33, viii
  • Castor Oil Factory in Germany, (273)
  • Catalogues, 1,03, 233, 285, 309, 360, 410, 510, 560, 610
  • Caustic Pots in Paper Mills Heated by Electricity, (575)
  • Cavitation Experiments on a Model Propeller,
  • Dr. G. Kempf and H. Lerbs, Institution of Naval Architects' Premium Awarded, 369
  • Ceiling Heating, Satisfactory, (425)
  • Cellulose Ethers, Prices of, (451)
  • Cement-lined Steel Pipes, (526)
  • Census of Production Figures for Newspapers and Periodicals, (375)
  • Certified Engineers in France, Monsieur Couturand on, 574
  • Channel Tunnel Company, Annual Meeting, (601)
  • Chart Analyser, Automatic, Post Office Engineering Research Station, 91
  • Cheddar Gorge, Rumour About Damming, (375)
  • Chemical Manufacturing Plant at Piet 011, Ontario, (349)
  • Chlorine Content in Chlor-Rubber Paint is Unstable, (451)
  • Chromium Plating and Cutting Tools, (575)
  • Chromium Plating Machine, Rotary, W. Canning and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, i
  • Circle, Engineers' German - see Associations, Circle.
  • Clay of Great Absorption Efficiency, " Fitrol," (221)
  • Cleaner, Hoover Electric Suction, 520, 521
  • Clock, Heston Air Port, Synclocks, Ltd., 151

COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES

  • Accidents Covered by insurance by Coal-owning Associations, (525)
  • Anthracite Developments in South Wales, (401)
  • Anthracite Handling Plant at Montreal, (425)
  • Bituminous Coal Mine Erected in Jackson Park, Chicago, (651)
  • British Coal for Canada, Records in 1932, (15)
  • Coal, Anti-breakage Appliances for, (525)
  • Coal, Supply in Good Condition, (425)
  • Coal and Coke Shipments from Tyne, 1932. (93)
  • Coal and Irish Tariffs, (375)
  • Coal and Oil, John Brass, 123
  • Coal Developments by Vereeniging Estates, South Africa, (299)
  • Coal Dust in Pulverised Fuel Furnaces, Combustion of Natural, (221)
  • Coal for Norway, British, (501)
  • Coal Mined in Canada, (625)
  • Coal Production in Russia, (348)
  • Coal Production in Spain, 1932, (117)
  • Coal Seam Discovered in Lancashire, (169)
  • Coal Seams, Opening Up Two, (575)
  • Coal Shipments from Blyth, Record, (15)
  • Coal Traffic on Southern Railway, (143)
  • Coal Utilisation Council Questionnaire, (531)
  • Coastwise Traffic and King's Lynn, (195)
  • Collieries in Honan, Joint Management, (575)
  • Colliery Property Unsold in Cumberland, (651)
  • Cost of Materials Used in Coal Mines during 1930, (143)
  • Cost of Pulverising Coal, (273)
  • Ideal Plant for Modem Collieries, (195)
  • " Kolinit," Artificial Material from Coal, Low Price, (601)
  • Measurement of Candle-power of Minors' Electric Lamps, H. 0. Dixon, (477)
  • Pulverised Coal Feeder, Bailey, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 13.1. F., 215
  • Pulverised Coal Firing in Marine Scotch Boilers, W. G. Gibbons and M. Arthurson, 168
  • Running Sand in Collieries, (247)
  • Sea Transport of Coal for Scarborough Corporation Electricity Department, (273)
  • Silkstone Seani of South Yorkshire, a Very Fine Fuel, (69)
  • Ventilation of Mines, D. Harrington, (323)
  • Work Sharing in Coal Industry, (601)
  • COMMUNICATION Services of Montreal, Consolidation of, 608
  • Compressor Unit, Motor, Roavell and Co., Ltd., 203
  • Compressors at Grimsby Ice Factory, Four-cylinder Vertical Type Ammonia, J. and E. Hall, Ltd., 596, 602
  • Cofferdam Dismantling at West Saint John, (93), (Letter, R. A. Ryves, 116)
  • Companies Registered during 1932, (93)
  • Compressed Air Services, Leakage in, (625)

CONCRETE

  • Concrete, Novel Method of Tamping, (15)
  • Concrete, Resistance to Freezing and Thawing, (509)
  • Concrete Construction, Moving Forms for, H. H. Broughton, 134 (Two-page Supplement, February 10th, 1933)
  • Concrete Foundations, Cement Grout Pumped into Loose Aggregate, (195)
  • Concrete Mixer, Liner Concrete Machinery Company, B.I.F., 241
  • Concrete Pilo Driving Research, 244
  • Concrete Placed in Boulder Dam on Colorado River, (651)
  • Concrete Reservoir in France, Method of Making Water-tight, (401)
  • Concrete Skip, Robert Hudson, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, viii
  • Reinforced Concrete Framework for Dutch School, (69)
  • CONTAINERS Built by Acetylene Process and Electric Arc Process, Tests on, (195)
  • Contracts, 29, 55, 79, 129, 155, 181, 205, 233, 259, 285, 309, 360, 410, 436, 462, 511, 536, 537, 586, 614, 640, 662
  • Conveying Machinery, Redler Patents, B.I.F., (244)
  • Conveyor, Horizontal Portable Belt, British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd., 100
  • Conveyor Plant at Boots Drugs Factory, Siemens-Schuckert (Great Britain), Ltd., 366, 367, 376
  • Conveyors, Jigging, W. H. Snow, 162
  • Conveyors, Power-driving Idlers on Belt, (195 )
  • Control Panel for Oil Burners, Rheostatic Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, v
  • Copper Deposits Discovered in U.S.S.R.' (15)
  • Copper Deposits Discovered near Akarak. (349 )
  • Copper Development Association Formed in England, (551)
  • Copper in Ores, Detection of, (401)
  • Copper on Steel, Bath for Deposition of, (551)
  • Copper in Thin Sheets, Electro-depositing, (651)
  • Copper Production in Canada, (425)
  • Copper Refining, Process for, (625)
  • Copper Wire Scrap, Treatment of, Edmund R. Thews, 381
  • Corrosion, Research on, 244
  • Corrosion of Copper and Brass and Similar Containers by Liquid Motor Fuels not Freo from Sulphur,(195)
  • Corrosion of Copper, Brass and Similar Containers, Prevention of, (625)
  • Costs of Wood, Steel, and Reinforced Concrete Transmission Poles, (221)
  • Coupling, " Axion " Flexible, Henry Simon, Ltd., and Turbine Gears, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, v
  • Coupling, " Standage " Resilient, Standage Power Couplings (England), Ltd., 51
  • Crane, Pneumatic Travelling, Domag, 384
  • Crane, Steam Dredging, Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., 281
  • Crane, 2-Ton Mobilo, R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, v
  • Crane, 25-Ton Overhead Travelling, Joseph Adamson and Co., 50
  • Crane Equipment at Lobito Bay, West Africa, (425)
  • Crane Handling Plant at Paper Warehouse, Woodfield Hoisting and Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 433
  • Cranes, " Wylie " Safe Load Indicator for, Butters Brothers and Co., 176
  • Crank Shafts, English Steel Corporation, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vi
  • Cream Separator Factory at Dursley, Lister's, (195)
  • Cream Separators, Ball-bearing, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 242
  • Creosote Oil for Glasgow Omnibuses, (349)
  • Crushers, Old and New Forms of Lightning, Patent Lightning Crusher Company, Ltd., 330
  • Cup Loathers, Dermatine Company, Ltd., B.I.F., (244)
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels- Weekly
  • Curves by Offsets, Relining, J. D. W. Ball, 645
  • Cutting Compound, Making Non-corrosive, (195)
  • Cylinder Wear, Report by Institution of Automobile Engineers, 634, 660
  • Cylinders for Compressed Air Storage, Chesterfield Tube Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 166

D

DAMS :

  • Dam, Cauvery Mettur, Progress on, 558
  • Dam, Heightening of Aswan, Sir Murdoch
  • MacDonald and Partners, 542, 543 (Two-page Supplement, June 2nd, 1933)
  • Dam Reconstruction on River Amur, Siberia' (477)
  • DAMPER Operating Motor, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, 38
  • Death Watch Beetle, Research on, (93)
  • De-greasing Metal Parts, Plant for, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, ii
  • Detector, Carbon Monoxide, 'Wallach Brothers, Ltd., 532
  • Detonators, Electric, (4)
  • Die Stock, Walworth's, Thomas Chatwin and Co., 229
  • Dies Made from Vanadium Steel for Drop Hammer Work, Treatment of, (501)
  • Disinfecting Plant for Railway Carriages at Swindon, 201
  • Distillation of Wood in Austria, (625)
  • Dock, Box Gate at Elderslie, Sir William Arrol and Co., Ltd., 170, 174
  • Dock at Birkenhead, Bidston, 450
  • Dock at Southampton, Flooding Graving, 565
  • Dock Extensions at Southampton, (169)
  • Dover : Commerce or Pleasure Resort ? (143)
  • Drawing Block, Improved " Drax," S. C. and P. Harding, Ltd., (419)
  • Dredger, " Foremost Scot," Alexander Hall and Co., Ltd., 21 (Correction, 79)
  • Dredgers and Harbour Craft, 21
  • Drop Forgings, English Stool Corporation, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vi
  • Drop Stamps, Accelerator for Friction, B. and S. Massey, Ltd., 125
  • Dyes and Surface Produced by Grinding Coal, Absorption of, (375)
  • Dynamite Used in Construction of Tunnel for New York Water Supply, (143)

E

  • EARTHQUAKE Shock Effect on Welded Seismic-headed Edison Building, (373)
  • Economics and Unemployment, The Lord Melchett, 458
  • Education of Chinese Students under British Influence, (143)
  • Educational Intelligence. 79, 155, (244)

ELECTRICAL MATTERS

  • Air Cooling of Transformers, British Electric, Transformer Company, 218
  • Arcs, Apparatus for Extinguishing, British Electrical and Allied Industries' Research Association, 37
  • Batteries, Charging of Storage, Precautions, (221)
  • Battersea Power Station of London Power Company, Ltd., 10 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933) 546, 547, 552, 646
  • Cable Failures in U.S.A. During 1931, Report, (93)
  • Cable Making Film, British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 100
  • Canada's Output of Central Electrical Stations in 1931, (601)
  • Central Electricity Board Starts Trading in Central Scotland Area, (43)
  • Circuit Breaker, High-duty, (93)
  • Circuit Breaker, Pole-mounted, George Ellison, Ltd., B.I.F., 239
  • Circuit Breakers, A.E.G. Company's High-capacity, 295
  • Circuit Breakers, Siemons-Schuckert High-capacity, 295
  • Circuit Breakers, Small Automatic, A.E.G. Electric Company, Ltd., 433
  • Control Apparatus at Dunston Power Station, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 164
  • Control Cabinet, Standard, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 215, 216
  • Control System, Ten-point Tandem Supervisory, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 215
  • Controller, Flame-proof, English Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii
  • Current Transformer, Small, Ferranti, Ltd., 38
  • D.C. Limiter, English Electric Company, Ltd., 484
  • Disconnecting Box, Overground, W. T. Henley's Telegraph Works Company, Ltd., 409
  • Earthing Switch, Oil-immersed, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Earthing System at Cement Works, Method for Measuring Resistance of, (117)
  • Efficiency of Power Stations Equipped with Steam Turbines, (169)
  • Electric Arc Cutting Saws, (69)
  • Electric Cooking, Domestic and Commercial, P. J. Robinson and E. E. Headley, 619
  • Electric Discharge Lamps on Watford-road, General Electric Research Laboratories, 254
  • Electric Farming, 603
  • Electric Furnaces in Russia, (551)
  • Electric Generator, Portable, B.E.N. Patents, Ltd., 176
  • Electric Motor Factory, Visit to, Higgs Motors, 657
  • Electric Motors, Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., B.I.F., 166
  • Electric Power Consumed by Japan's Electro-chemical Industry, (169)
  • Electric Power Plants in China, (425)
  • Electric Steel Furnace at Sorel, Quebec, (68)
  • Electric Supply of Grahamstown, (625)
  • Electric Vehicles for Refuse Removal in Birmingham (622)
  • Electrical Apparatus, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Swppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Electrical Development in U.S.S.R., (221)
  • Electrical Equipment at Dunston Power Station, Ferranti, Ltd., 164
  • Electrical Equipment at Macfarlane, Lang and Co.'s Biscuit Factory, General Electric Company, Ltd., 271
  • Electrical Equipment of Buildings, Regulations for, (401)
  • Electrical Machinery at Grimsby Ice Factory, Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 596, 602
  • Electrical Research; 244
  • Electrical Sterilisation of Water, M. M. P. Otto, (384)
  • Electrical Trouble, A Curious, H. P. McGraw, 577
  • Electrical Wiring of Ships, 386
  • Electrically Driven Equipment, W. H. A. Robertson and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 216
  • Electrically Driven Machinery in Silica Quarry near Ottawa, (93)
  • Electrically Lighted " Pillar of Fire," Cardiff Foundry and Engineering Company, Ltd., 256
  • Electricity Board for Madras Government, (579)
  • Electricity Commissioners Official Returns, Statistics, December, 1932, (69); February, 1933, (273)
  • Electricity for Domestic Purposes in Cape Town, (221)
  • Electricity in Canadian Homes, (143)
  • Electricity Metering and Tariffs, W. Lawson, 619
  • Electricity Supply in Parys, S. Africa, Change from Direct to Alternating Current, (550)
  • Electricity Supply in South Africa, 533
  • Electricity Supply of Cape Town, (551)
  • Electricity Supply Undertakings, Restrictions on, (323)
  • Electrification of Glasgow's Subway, (375)
  • Electro-deposition, Address by Dr. Ormandy to Old Contralians, 125
  • Electrodes for Arc Welding, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., B.I.F., 214
  • Electro-hydraulic " Thruster," British Thompson-Houston Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 187
  • Electrolytic Zinc Plant in Soviet Union, (451)
  • Electrolysis for Obtaining Rare; Metals, (397)
  • Electro-magnot for Research Work, Weiss, Oerlikon Company, 330
  • Fulham Power Station, Construction of, 565
  • Generator, High-tension, English Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii
  • Handling Peak Loads on Kembs Project, (143)
  • High-frequency Induction Generator for Metal Arc Welding, (246)
  • Ignition Coil Discharge Characteristics, (143)
  • Induction Motors, J. H. Holmes, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Instrument Panel, Flush - mounted, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 188
  • Insulate Washing on Live Transmission Lines, E. L. M. Walker, (625)
  • Ironbridge Power Station, 10 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Ironclad Switch and Fuse Gear, Donovan and Co., B.I.F., 216
  • Leaks by Moisture on Electric Insulating Material, (15)
  • Longest and Most Powerful Electric Transmission Line in Sweden, (669)
  • London Power Company's Annual General Meeting, 159
  • Low-voltage Switchgear Testing Transformer, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 508
  • Mercury Rectifier Station, Siemens-Schuckert Company's Travelling, (169)
  • Motor Generator for Welding Thin Sheet Metal, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., B.I.F., 215
  • Motors, Fractional Horse-power, Higgs Motors, 280
  • Motors, Various, Higgs Motors, B.I.F., 216
  • Motors for Cranes at Paper Warehouse, Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 433
  • Operating Results at Thornhill Power Station, 500
  • Output of Central Electric Stations in Canada, 1932, (651)
  • Overhead Lino Towers, Earth Resistances, G. F. Tagg, 422
  • Overload Relay, Semi-enclosed, George Ellison, Ltd., B.I.F., 239
  • Power Cables, Brooklyn-New York, 110, 118
  • Power-house for Buenos Aires Great Southern Railway, 1700 B.H.P. Mobile, Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 5 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Power Station at Blackburn Meadows, 353 (Two-page Supplement, April 7th, 1933)
  • Power Station at Clarence Dock, Most Efficient in the Country, (601)
  • Power Station at Dunston, 136, 144, 164
  • Precautions Against Shock from Low-voltage Circuits, (69)
  • Ray Path Apparatus, General Electric Company, Ltd., 37
  • Rectifier, 520-kW, 20,000-Volt, Metal-clad Mercury Arc, (117)
  • Rectifier, 3000-kW, 600-Volt, Single-unit, Grid-controlled Mercury Arc, (195)
  • Rectifier Sets for Russian Works, Brown, Boveri and Co., (632)
  • Rectifier Sub-station on Barking—Upminster Line, Upney, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Rectifiers, Glass Bulb, Hewittic Electric Company, Ltd., 99
  • Regenerative Repeater for Teleprinter Systems, Post Office Engineering Research Station, 91
  • Rentals for Towers Carrying " Grid " System, (273)
  • Replacing Signal Tones by Speech Apparatus for, Post Office Engineering Research Station, 92
  • Ring Main Feeder Protection Non-pilot Systems," North-East Coast," 122
  • Rubber Seathing in Trailing Cables, Testing of, (273)
  • Squirrel Cage Capacitator Motor, 1 H.P., English Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii
  • Static Sub-stations, Design, Equipment and Operation of, E. Seddon, 618
  • Super-tension D.C. Transmission, H. Rissik, 430; (Leader, 427)
  • Switch, Silent A.C. Contactor, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 65
  • Switch and Transformer Air Break, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Switch Panel, Metal-clad, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., Suppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Switches, Mercury, Isenthal and Co., Ltd., 92
  • Switches, Use of Mercury, in Wax-operated, (375)
  • Switchgear, High and Low-tension, George Ellison, Ltd., B.I.F., 239
  • Switchgear at Leipzig Technical Fair, Improved, 295
  • Switching Kiosk for Rural Electrification Schemes, Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., 201
  • Synchronous Condenser, 20,000-kVA, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 11, 12
  • Synchronous Motor, 7600 H.P., British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 11, 12
  • Three-phase Electric Steam Generators in Ontario Paper Mills, (375)
  • Transformer and Switch Unit, Flame-proof, English Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii
  • Transformer at Dunston Power Station, 63,000-kVA, Ferranti, Ltd., 164, 165
  • Transformer with On-load Tap-changing, Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., B.I.F., 166
  • Transformers, Air Cooling of, British Electric Transformer Company, 218
  • Transformers, Noise in Power, E. T. Norris, 446, 452
  • Transformers for Barking, Hackbridgo Electric Construction Company, 484
  • Turbo-generators at Battersea Power Station, 67,200 - kW, British Thomson - Houston Company, Ltd., 542, 547, 552
  • Turbo-generators at Battersea Powor Station, 67,200-kW, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 542, 547, 552
  • Turbo-generator Set, 30,000-kW, for Hackney Power Station, 10 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Units Generated in Selected Stations and under Grid System, (169) 10,000-kW Mercury Plant at Hartford, Com., (143)
  • ELECTRODE Coke from Pitch, Belgian' Factory for Producing, (625)
  • Element No. 61 Isolated, Characteristics of Radium, (401)
  • Elevators, Soviet Construction of Koslovsky Mechanical, (575)
  • Empire Marketing Board's Exhibit at Olympia, B.I.F., (117)
  • Employment, Efficiency or, 603

ENGINES AND MOTORS

  • Compression Ignition Engine and British Railways, Lieut.-Colonel L. F. R. Fell. 66, 72; (Leader, 71)
  • Engine " Erren," Internal Combustion, (501)
  • Engine Cooling Research, R. McKinnon Wood, 272
  • Engine Cylinders, Infra-red Radiation in, 486
  • Engine Fuels, Ignition Quality of, G. D. Boerlage, 482
  • Gas Engme Started by Francis Water Turbine at Berks. County Court House, Reading, Pennsylvania, 76
  • Gas Engine Vis-a-Vis, Air Compressor Tests, by A. K. Bruce, Premier Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 556, 557
  • Oil Engine, " Acro " Typo, Motoren-Werkr Mannheim A.G., 329
  • Oil Engine, Deutsche Werke, 375 H.P. Welded, 328, 329
  • Oil Engine, M.A.N. Welded Steel Lorry, 328, 329
  • Oil Engine, Michel Two-star High-speed, 328. 329
  • Oil Engine, " Omo " Type, Vomag Betriebs A.G., 329
  • Oil Engine, Six-cylinder High-speed, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 100
  • Oil Engine, 200 B.H.P., Six-cylinder, Belliss and Morcom, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, vii
  • Oil Engine, 300 B.H.P. Medium-speed, English Electric Company, Ltd., 148
  • Oil Engine, 500 B.H.P. Polar, for Tug " John Wilson," Atlas Diesel Company, Ltd., 76
  • Oil Engine, 100 H.P., Belliss and Morcom, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, vii 5000 H.P. Air Injection Oil Engine for H.M. Submarine " Thames," Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., 226
  • Oil Engine Design, British, W. S. Burn, 506
  • Oil Engine Injection Systems, Flow in, S. J. Davies and E. Griffin, 219
  • Oil Engines for H.M. Submarine " Thames," Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., 226
  • Oil Engines Replace Petrol Engines at Cardiff, (451)
  • Steam Engine, Poppet Valve Marine, North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Ltd., 41
  • ENGINEERING, Unemployment and, 73
  • Engineering Abroad, Agricultural, 121
  • Engineering Developments, Manchukuo and, J. N. Penlington, 224, 238, 248, 264
  • Engineering Features at Greenwich Night. Pageant, 630
  • Engineering in Japan, 151
  • Engineering Quantities, (524)
  • Engineers, Theoretical, Editorial from Journal of Education, 607
  • Engineers and Birthday Honours, 565
  • Engineers in France, Certified, Monsieur Couturand on, 572
  • Engineers' Club, Manchester, Twentieth Annual Meeting Report, (360)
  • Engineers' German Circle--see Associations, Circle
  • Engineer's Outlook, An (Sir Alfred Ewing), 553
  • " Even Better Selling," (205) 1
  • Excavator, Cubic Yard Dragline, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., B.I.F. Supple, 17.2.33, i
  • Excavator at Brickworks, Ruston-Bucyrus, The Largest in the World, (404)
  • Excavators, Oil and Petrol-electric, 123

EXHIBITIONS

  • Advertising and Marketing Exhibition at Olympia, Lord Derby to Open, (601)
  • Aviation Exhibition in Milan, (477)
  • Aviation Exhibition in Place of Usual Brussels Motor Show, (247)
  • British Industries Fair, Birmingham, 1933, 166, 187, 213, 239 (Eight-page Supplement, February 17th, 1933; Eight-page Supplement, February 24th, 1933)
  • British Industries Fair, Area of Space at Castle Bromwich, (43)
  • British Industries Fair Extensions, (551), (598)
  • British Industries Fair, 1933, Overseas Visitors to, (93)
  • British Industries Fair, 1934, 565
  • Chicago Exhibition, Notable Buildings at, 315
  • Exhibition Hall for Belfast, (221)
  • International Oil Industries Exhibition, London, (195), (583)
  • Leipzig Technical Fair, 295
  • Machine Tool Exhibition at Cleveland, U.S.A., Postponed, (525)
  • Model Engineering and Allied Trades' Exhibition at Sheffield, (178)
  • Paris Fair, 528
  • Physical Society's Exhibition, 37, 64, 90
  • Plastics Industrial Exhibition, 1933,' 319
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Derby, (401)
  • Shipping, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition, Temporary Importation of Goods for Exhibition, (666)
  • South London Exhibition at Crystal Palace, Exhibit, Mazda, Sodium Discharge Lamps, 281
  • Trevithick Centenary Exhibition at Science Museum, (335)
  • EXPERIMENTAL Tank, Friends of the Hamburg, Summer Meeting, 615
  • Exploration of Antarctic Region, Rear-Admiral Byrd's, (651)
  • Explosion Flames, Photographic Analysis of, (221)

F

  • FACTORY for Hardwood Veneers and Plywood at St. John, N.B., (299)
  • Faraday House, Annual Examination for Faraday Scholarship, (244)
  • Farmer and Responsibility of Supply Undertakers, Needs of, Dr. H. J. Denham, 619
  • Fanning, Electric, 603
  • Fatigue Testing Machine for Wire, 528
  • Ferry for Saltash, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., Receive Order for, (323)
  • Fertiliser Company Formed in Spain, Nitrogenous, (501)
  • Film Studio at Shepperton, Sound City, 434
  • Filter, Air, C. G. Yokes, Ltd., 509
  • Filter Oil, Air, C. G. Yokes, Ltd., (360)
  • Filters, Air and Liquid, C. G. Vokes, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vi
  • Fire Detector, Donlarm, Ltd., 357
  • Fire Float for Cochin Harbour, (625)
  • Fireproofing Wood, Tests on, (551)
  • Fire Testing Station at Manchester, 591
  • Fish Box Transporter at Billingsgate Market, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 74
  • Flaws in Turbines, Detection of, (525)
  • Flood Prevention by River Dee, (117)
  • Flotation Plant Practice, Phillip Rathbone; (Correction, 29)
  • Flue Gas Cleaner, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, vi
  • Foreign Undertakings in England, (551)
  • Foreign Workers in Belgian Mining Industry, (651)
  • Foreman, The Ideal, W. F. Watson, 178
  • Forest Fires in Canada, Annual Loss from, (525)
  • Forthcoming Engagements— Weekly
  • Forty Hours' Week, Discussion at Geneva, 57
  • Forty-hour Week Discussed at Conference of Amalgamated Engineering Union, 591
  • Freezing, Shaft Sinking by, at Swansea Power Station, W. L. Lowe-Brown, 516, 526
  • Freezing in Water Pipes, Tellurium Added to Load Prevents, (282)

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES

  • African Air Service, 261
  • Air Traffic Subsidies, 613
  • Mr Transport, 439, 563
  • " Atlantique," The, 81, 183
  • Battleship, Proposed, 207
  • Battleship " Dunkerque," 31, 183, 261
  • Boiler Explosion, 183
  • Bounties on Shipping, 337
  • Charges on Industry, 337
  • Cherbourg Harbour Works, 413
  • Colliers, 207
  • Colonial Engineering, 539
  • Colonial Trade, 465
  • Colonial Works, 131
  • Commercial Treaties, 207
  • Co-operative Manufacture, 489
  • Cruisers, Launch of, 413
  • Ecole des Mines, 513
  • Electrical Distribution, 311
  • " Emile Bertin," Minelayer, 513
  • Engineering Outlook, 639
  • Engineers, Degrees, 513
  • Engineers' Parliamentary Group, 287
  • European Federation of Engineers, 613
  • Exhibition of Modern Industry, 563
  • Export Industries, 489
  • Export Trade, 665
  • Forty Hours' Week, 57
  • German Machinery Imports, 57
  • Harbour Works, 287
  • High-tension Electrical Congress, 639
  • Ile D'Oleron Cableway, 337
  • Import Duties, 613
  • Import Tax, Suppression of, 413
  • International Public Works, 337
  • International Steel Union, 235
  • Level Crossings, 57
  • Liner " President Doumer " Launched, 105
  • Machine Tools, 157, 389
  • Machinery Import Quotas, 157
  • Machinery Trades, 287
  • Merchant Marine, 235
  • Motor Coaches, 613
  • Naval Airship, Loss of, 389
  • Naval Construction, 363, 489
  • Oil-electric Locomotives, 157
  • Paris Tramways, 57
  • Paris Water Supply, 261
  • Parliamentary Engineers, 539
  • Port of Casablanca, 235
  • Rail Motors, 413, 539
  • Railway Organisations, 311
  • Railway Reforms, 363
  • Railway Speeds, 513
  • Rhone Scheme, 589
  • Safety Devices, 389
  • Shipbuilding, 665
  • Ship Fire Protection, 81
  • Shipping Bounties, 639
  • Skilled Craftsmanship, 465
  • South American Air Services, 105
  • Status of Engineers, 439
  • Steel Cartel, 157, 311
  • Steel Construction, 665
  • Steel Industry, 563
  • Steel Negotiations, 261
  • Steel Sales Comptoirs, 589
  • Steel Sales Offices, 513
  • Steel Sales Organisation, 287
  • Steel Strip Sales Office, 439
  • Steel Trade, 31, 51, 1:31, 18:3
  • Steel Trade Organisation, 465
  • Super-Mountain Locomotive, 31
  • Super-tax. 589
  • Tariff Policy, New, 363
  • Tax on Imports, 207, 311
  • Trade Situation, 489
  • Trans-African Railway, 261
  • Trans-Saharan Railway, :11
  • Unemployed Engineers, 157
  • Unemployment, 235
  • Wage Reductions, 105, 363
  • Wagon Building. 131, 413
  • Wood in Shipbuilding, 131
  • Year's Trade, The, 105
  • FRENCH Marine and Aeronautical Congress in Paris, Annual Congress Report, 579
  • French Mission to French West Africa to Examine Fuel Oils from Vegetable Oils, 74
  • Fruit and Meat Storage Aboard Ship, (525)
  • Fuel, Value of, (525)
  • Fuel Injection Equipment, " Bryce," 114, 115
  • Fuel Oils, Colonial, 74
  • Fuel Output of South Wales, 1932, Patent, (169)
  • Fuel Research, 244
  • Fuel Research, Annual Report on Progress of, 201
  • Furnace. Aluminium Melting, Urquharts (1926) Ltd., Bel .F. Suppt., 17.2.33, vi
  • Furnace. Belt Conveyor Annealing. Birmingham Electric Furnaces. Ltd., B.I.F. Suppe., 24.2.33. i
  • Furnace, Bottle Re-heating, Swinney Brothers, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, v, vi
  • Furnace, Brackilsberg Rotary Melting, 175
  • Furnace, Electric, for Continuous Bright Annealing of Brass Strip, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 216
  • Furnace. Electrically Heated Tunnel Type, Moler Products, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, vi
  • Furnace, Gas-fired Tilting, Selas Gas and Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 213
  • Furnace, " International Omnicentral " Heat Treatment, International Furnace Equipment Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33. ii
  • Furnace, Lip Axis Oil-fired, Morgan Crucible Company, Ltd.. B.I.F.Suppt., 17.2.33, iv, v
  • Furnace, Oil-fired, Manchester Furnaces, Ltd. B.I.F., 243
  • Furnace, Oil-fired Muffle, Incandescent Heat Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 239
  • Furnace, Oil-fired Tilting. Metal, Morgan Crucible Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, iv
  • Furnace, Semi-muffle Typo Oil-fired, Alldays and Onions, Ltd., B.I.P. Suppt., 17.2.33, iv
  • Furnace, *Cwt. Oil-fired Melting, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, iv
  • Furnace Design, Feature in, (501)
  • Furnace for Billets Heated by Pulverised Coal, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppl., 17.2.33, vi
  • Furnace for Cast Iron, Rotary Pulverised Fuel, P. M. Macnair, 175
  • Furnace for Low-temperature Heat Treatment, Forced Air Circulation, Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, i
  • Furnaces, Electric, Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, i
  • Furnaces, Rabbling for Multiple-hearth, Arthur J . Caddick, 648

G

  • GARAGE, Model of " Simon " Vertical, Henry Simon, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppl., 24.2.33, iv
  • Gas and Air Mixing Apparatus, Selas Gas and Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 214
  • Gas Apparatus, High-pressure, Bryan Donkin Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 167
  • Gasholder in Philadelphia, Cold-driven Rivets in, (651)
  • Gas Laws, Gas Legislation Committee's Report, (425)
  • Gas Mains Protected by Coal Tar Pitch, (425)
  • Gas Plant Additions at Vancouver, (575)
  • Gas-washing Effluents, Treatment of, (349)
  • Gear, Marine Reverse, Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 229
  • Gear Cases of Welded Steel, (299)
  • Gear Unit, Speed Increasing, Henry Simon, Ltd., and Turbine Gears, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt.. 24.2.33, iv
  • Gear Wheel, Hardening an 8ft., D. Brown and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 124
  • Gears, Power Transmission, Moss Gear Company, Ltd., B.I.F., (244)
  • Gears, Radicon Reducers, David Brown and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 557
  • Gears, 1000 H.P. Bevel Increasing, D. Brown and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 331
  • German Industrial Products for Soviet, (169)
  • German Piping for Russian Oil Industry, (273)
  • Giant's Causeway Electric Railway, Jubilee Celebrations, (221)
  • Gilding Metal Used for Filling-up Blow-holes in Gun-metal Castings. (169)
  • Girder of 42 Tons for Alperton By-pass Road, (43)
  • Glasgow Herald, 150th Anniversary Supplement, (129)
  • Glasgow Subway, Conversion from Cable to Electric Traction, 313, (451)
  • Glass, Machining of, (459)
  • Glass, Transparencies of, (323)
  • Glass Bottle Making Machinery, Hal Gutteridge, (462)
  • Glass Brick Building at Chicago Exposition, 501
  • Glass Bricks from Silica Sand, (43)
  • Gold Dredging in Molyneux River, (93)
  • Gold Field in Wutingho River District, Manchuria, (323)
  • Gold Mine Development by Aerial Surveying, (43)
  • Gold Mine Shaft at Apex, Transvaal, (575)
  • Gold Mines in Ontario, Three Additional, (143)
  • Gold Production from Turf Gold Mine at Depth of 10,000ft., (349)
  • Gold Production on Randfontein Mine, (247)
  • Grab with Planing Action, Priestman Brothers, Ltd., 606
  • Grader, Power-controlled Elevating, Caterpillar Tractor Company, 383
  • Grain, Handling and Storing of, H. H. Broughton, 111, 120, 139
  • Grain Silos, Construction of Reinforced Concrete, H. H. Broughton, 134 (Two-page Supplement, February 10th, 1933)
  • Grain Storage at Vancouver, (221)
  • Grain Weighing Machine for Montreal Harbour Board, 6-Ton, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 523
  • Grandstand and Stage at Greenwich Night Pageant, 630
  • Gravel Pumps in Chinese Mine, (299)
  • Great Orme Tramway Undertaking, Winding-up of, (599)
  • Grinder, Lawn Mower, Samuelson and Co., Ltd., 50
  • Grinder•, Treadle, F. Oilman (B.S.T.), Ltd. B.I.F.Suppt., 24.2.33, viii
  • Grinder, Twist Drill, Jones and Shipman, Ltd. 373
  • Groyne, Model of Adjustable, M. Du-Plat Taylor, 620
  • Groynes, Du-Plat-Taylor Adjustable Screw Pile, Braithwaite and Co. Engineers, Ltd., 656
  • Gunite as Protective Cover on Pittsburgh Railway Bridge, (425)

H

  • HACKING, Lt.-Col. Alfred, Presentation to. (205)
  • Hacksaw Frames, Two Types " Eclipse," James Neill and Co. (Sheffield), Ltd., (640)
  • Hadfield, Sir Robert, Award of Honour by U.S.S.R. Academy of Science, (323)
  • Handle for Compressed Air Tools, Non-recoil, (247)
  • Harbour, Plans and Estimates for Cochin. (651)
  • Harbour Extensions of St. John, New Brunswick, 650
  • Harbour of Bankok, Improvement Commission on, (401)
  • Heat Between Three Fluids, Exchange of, Dr. T. B. Morley, 314
  • Heat Transference in Superheaters, T. B. Morley, 108
  • Heating a Building by Means of Refrigerators, Dr. T. B. Morley, 655
  • Heating Installation at Martin's Bank, Ltd. Richard Crittall and Co., Ltd., 330
  • Herbert, Sir Alfred, Freedom of Coventry Conferred on, 615
  • Herrings and Petroleum Genesis, (451)
  • Hoist Drums for Hoover Dam, (601)
  • Hole in Thames below Tower Bridge, Material Required to Fill, (15)
  • Humidity Tables for Industry, (15)
  • Hydraulic Channel at Liverpool University, (323)
  • Hydraulic Turbine Runner Surfaces, Method to Resist Pitting in, (247)
  • Hydraulic Turbine Runner Surfaces, Treatment, of, (401)
  • Hydrochloride Acid to Increase Output of Flagging Oil Wells, (299)

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER SCHEMES

  • Exporting Hydro-electric Energy, (401)
  • Grampian Water Power Scheme, Water Turbines for Tummel Development, Boving and Co., Ltd., 343, 350
  • Hydro-electric Power Plant at Fort a la Come, (625)
  • Hydro-electric Plants in Russia, Capacity of, (323)
  • Hydro-electric Power Developments in Canada during 1932, (69)
  • Hydro-electric Power from St. Maurice River, (625)
  • Hydro-electric Power in Ontario, (425)
  • Hydro-electric Power Scheme on Fusenko River, Korea, (93)
  • Hydro-electric Scheme on River Truyare, France, 591
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at Brommat, France, Opening of, (601)
  • Hydro-electric Power Station in Manchuria, First, (69)
  • Hydro-electric Power Station in South-West of Iceland, (407)
  • Hydro-electric Project., Mandl, (15) 210
  • Hydro-electric Works at Arnold River, New Zealand, 468
  • Severn Barrage Committee's Report, 265 (Leader, 275); 317 (Leader, 325); Model Experiments by Professor A. H. Gibson, 623, 626 (Leader, 627)
  • Water Power in Canada, (93)
  • Water Power of Canada, Available and Developed, (221)
  • Water Powor Plants in United States, (247)
  • Water Power Scheme at Lochaher, 492, 493
  • HYDRONALIUM, Light Aluminium Alloy, (575)

I

  • ICE Factory at Grimsby, Grimsby Ice Company, 596, 602
  • Ice from Industrial Water Supplies, Marketable, (501)
  • Idle Thoughts of a Busy Follow, G. E. \Veils, 42, 68
  • liwonel, Nickel-base Chromium Alloy, (375)
  • Industrial Designs, Annual Competition, (221)
  • Industrial Development of India, 211
  • Industrial Italy, Proposed Institute for Industrial Reconstruction, 83
  • Industrial Research, Need for, 244
  • Industrial Survey of Cumberland, 491
  • Industries in Hull, Establishment of, (375)
  • Infra-red Radiation in an Engine Cylinder, 486
  • Injectors, Bryce Fuel, 116
  • Inks, Water-fast Drawing, (425)
  • Insulating Oils, Drying by Cold Process, (477)
  • Internal Transport in Workshops, 75
  • International Railway Congress, Cairo, 63 (Leader, 71), 85, 109 (195)
  • All-metal Rolling Stock; Carriages and Wagons; Use of Light Metals and Alloys; Use of Autogenous Welding, 109
  • Automatic Train Control, 110
  • Electrification of Railways from an Economic Point of View; Selection of Sites for Generating Stations; Choice of Kind of Current; Safety Precautions, &c., 86
  • Electrification on French Railways, 87
  • Electrification on Italian Railways, 87
  • Methods to bo Used to Increase the Mileage Run by Locomotives Between Two Repairs, including Lifting, 85
  • Protection of Level Crossings in View of Modern Developments in Road Traffic, 63
  • Relationship Between the Vehicle and the Track to Ensure Safety at High Speeds, 64
  • Use of Mechanical Appliances in Permanent Way Maintenance and in Track Relaying, 63
  • Inventions, Competition for, (129)

IRON AND STEEL

  • See also Associations, Institute of Metals and Iron and Steel Institute
  • Alloy Steels in Mining Machinery, 622
  • American Steel Developments, 533
  • Arsenic and Corrosion of Cast Iron, (349)
  • Austenitic Steels at Low Temperatures, 556
  • Blast-furnaces at Willingborough Iron Company, (651)
  • Blast-furnaces Restarted by Low Moor Iron Company, (43)
  • Cast Iron Repairs in China, Franklin A. Foster, 42
  • Cast Iron Research, Report on Sampling and Analysis, 386
  • Cast Iron with 15 to 30 per cent. of Chromium for High Temperatures, (273)
  • Chilled Cast Iron Plato Roll of 35 Tons, R. B. Tennant, Ltd., (43)
  • " Chromador " Structural Steel, Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 188
  • Chromium-manganese-silicon Steel for Railway and Car Frames, (43)
  • Cold Worked Steel in Strip and Wiro Form, Samuel Fox and Co., Ltd., B. I . F., 214
  • Creeping Cracks, Behaviour of, Professor F. Bacon, 620
  • Deep-etching High-speed Steel, (50)
  • Hematite Iron Ore Deposits of Sierra Leone, (349)
  • High-speed Tool Steel, Molybdenum in, 123
  • Ingot Casting by Clover Leaf-shaped Mould, (169)
  • Iron, Sheets and Tubes, Direct from Pig Iron Without Smelting, (501)
  • Iron and Steel in 1932, Production of, 67
  • Iron and Steel Industry, 375; (Leader, 377)
  • Iron and Steel Research, 244
  • Iron Ore, Port on Sea of Azof for Handling, (15)
  • Iron Ore and Pig Iron Production in Spain, 1932, (117)
  • Iron Oro Deposits in Bessemer Range, Development of, (117)
  • Iron Ore Mined in United States, 1932, (501)
  • Iron Sponge Production in Sweden, (221)
  • London Iron and Steel Exchange, Monthly Meeting, (233)
  • MacDonald Works at Youngstown, U.S.A., Carnegie Company's, 168
  • Malleable Foundry, Thomas L. Hale (Tipton), Ltd., 371
  • National Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers' Reports, Furnaces in Blast, Pig Iron and Steel Production, Statistics, December, 1932, 67; January, 1933, (195); February, 1933, (299)
  • Nickel Steel for Propellers, (323)
  • Pig Irons, West Coast Hematite Grades, Workington Iron and Steel Company, B.I. F., 214
  • Pretoria Steel Works, Requirements of Skilled and Semi-skilled Men for, (601)
  • Production at Makoyevka Ironworks, (575)
  • Production of Iron and Steel in 1932, 67
  • Properties of Manganese Nickel Steel Castings when Water Quenched, (651)
  • Removing Molten Iron from Molten Slag, (69)
  • Rolled Steel Joist Sections, Appleby Iron Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 214
  • Scotch Pig Iron, Shotts Iron Company Restarting Two Blast Furnaces for, (273)
  • Scrap, Shortage of Steel Melting, (375)
  • Sections and Plates, Frodingham Iron and Steel Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 214
  • Spherical Steel Mixing Tank for Gas, (601)
  • " Sta3rbrite " Steel Products, Thos. Firth and J. Brown, Ltd., BILE. Suppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Steel, Elimination of Non-metallic Inclusions from, (299)
  • Steel, Henry Disston Company's " Dissteel," (375)
  • Steel and Allied Products, United Steel Companies, Ltd., B.I.F., 214
  • Steel Billets and Bars by Centrifugal Casting Process, Detroit Plant for Manufacture of, (375)
  • Steel Cartel. International Steel Union Agreement, 481
  • Steel Castings, Kryn and Lahy (1928) Ltd., 424
  • Steel Dipped in Lanoline, Retarding, (43)
  • Steel Export Cartel, Continental, Formation Completed, 574
  • Steel for Bridges in U.S.A., (551)
  • Steel Industry, Tariffs and, 605
  • Steel Melting Record at Scunthorpe, (349)
  • Steel Pipe and Cement Wrapping for Protection Against Corrosion, (117)
  • Steel Production of 2610 Tons for One Melting Furnace in Ono Week, (401)
  • Steel Rolls, Examination of Ground, When Using Silicon-carbide Wheels, (375)
  • Steel Scrap in America, (501)
  • Steel Sleepers for Union of South African Railways, (15)
  • Steel Works at Irlam, Lancashire, Lancashire Steel Corporation, 473, 478
  • " Stockbridge " Alloy Steels, Samuel Fox and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 214
  • Use of Rolled Steel in Machine Construction, H. G. Marsh, 585

I

  • IRRIGATION Project on the Volga, (69)
  • Irrigation Works, Contracts for Habbaniyah, Iraq, (195)
  • Ivy Growing on Buildings, Chemical Action of, (50)

J

  • JET Pump for Raising Crude Oil, (400)
  • Jibs of Cranes made from Aluminium Alloy (221)
  • Jigging Conveyors, W. H. Snow, 162
  • Joint, Mechanical Lead, Stanton Ironworks, Company, Ltd., 177

K

  • KILNS for Seasoning Timber, Design of, E. A. Stool, 175

L

  • LABORATORY, Industrial X-rays, Philips Metalix, 583
  • Laboratory, National Physical, Reports for 1932, 459
  • Labour in Canada, Relief, (551)
  • Labour Wages from Railway's Income, (15)
  • Laminated Sheet Impregnated with Synthetic Resins, Bakelite, Ltd., 569
  • Lamp, Mazda Sodium, London Electric Supply Company, 281
  • Lamp, " Osram " Turn-down, (651)
  • Land Reclamation in Palestine, (401)
  • Lapping Powder from Old Diamond Truing Tools, (323)
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 79, 233, 259, 309, 335, 410, 510, 536, 564
  • Lay-outs for Mass Production, H. R. M. Thorp,-530
  • Lead, Imperial Institute's Publication, (575)
  • Load, Linear Thermal Expansion of Cast, (93)

LEADING ARTICLES

  • 1932—A Retrospect, 17
  • Cunard Liner, 18
  • Protection and Imperial Agreements, 17
  • Road and Rail, 17
  • Secondary Effects of Depression, 18
  • Unemployment, 17
  • Conclusion, 18
  • Air Resistance of Locomotives, 453
  • " Akron," Loss of United States Naval Airship, 352
  • Armouring of Warships, 351
  • Banking and Industry, 250
  • Breakdowns, 453
  • Bridges and Finance, 503; (see also 491)
  • British Aircraft, 653
  • Central Electricity Supply, 351
  • Civil Aviation, Control of, 223
  • Commercial Treaties, 145
  • Curious Electrical Trouble, 577
  • D.C. Transmission, 427
  • Decentralisation of Industries, 171
  • Dessert, 172
  • Dexterity, Transfer of, 171
  • Dictatorship of Science, 45; (Letter, W. R. McLaughlin, 116)
  • Efficiency or Employment, 603; (Letter, W. A. Green, 654; J. E. Tuke, 654)
  • Electric Farming, 603
  • Electric Wiring of Ships, 95
  • Employment, Efficiency or, 603
  • Engineer, Status of the, 527; (Letter, W. A. Green, 554)
  • Engineer's Outlook, An, 553
  • Engineering Quantities, 503
  • Estuary Models (Severn Barrage), 627
  • External Degrees, 479; (see Letters to the Editor)
  • Farming, Electric, 603
  • Fires in Liners, 45
  • French Railway Reforms, 378
  • Graphs in Business, 249
  • Human Fallibility on the Railway, 577
  • Industries, Decentralisation of, 171
  • Industry, Banking and, 250
  • Injection in Oil Engines, 224
  • Inspection of Railways, 427
  • International Railway Congress, 71
  • Inventors and Research Workers, 223
  • Kando System, 145
  • Leisure, Work and, 527; (Lotter, W. A. Green, 554)
  • Locomotives and Trains, 479
  • Locomotive Driving Wheels, 197; One Letters to the Editor)
  • Locomotives, Compound, 119
  • Maritime Transport, 553
  • Navy Estimates, 275
  • Non-destructive Testing, 301
  • Oil Engines, Injection in, 224
  • Oil Locomotive Again, 276
  • Oil Locomotives, 71
  • Plastics and a Prophet, 627; (Erratum, 662)
  • Railways and the Public, 325
  • Rolled Sections in Welding, 403
  • Saturation of the Market, 653
  • Severn Barrage, 275, 325, 627
  • Ship, Return of the Capital, 119
  • Six-coupled Locomotives, 301
  • Status of the Engineer, 527
  • Steel Trade, Re-organising the, 377
  • Taxation and Industry, 377
  • Transfer of Dexterity, 171
  • Trovithick Centenary, 403
  • Unemployment and the Forty-hour Week, 95
  • Unemployment and the State, 197
  • Work and Leisure, 527
  • Works Managers and Experts, 249

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

  • Adjustable Bearings, R. M. Dceley, 22
  • An American View of the " Royal Scot," P. T. Warner, 554
  • Autogiro Principle, J. R. Porter, 524;
  • " Puzzled," 679
  • Banking and Industry, M. W. Gordon Cutnming, 297
  • Bolt Tensions, W. Ker Wilson, 555
  • Cofferdam, The Largest, R. A. Ryves, 116
  • Compound Locomotives, " Traveller," 483
  • Connecting-rod Bolts, G. Hendry, 504; L. W. Schuster, 524
  • Copper Wire Scrap, Treatment of, A. 0. Arend, 554; E. R. Thews, 554
  • Dictatorship of Science, W. R. McLaughlin, 117; M. Yacklin, 142
  • Earth Resistance of Transmission Lines, A. H. D. M., 505
  • Efficiency or Employment, W. A. Green. 654; J. E. Tuko, 654
  • Egyptian Locomotives of 1859. C. F. Dondy Marshall, 68
  • Electric Locomotive Classification, Brian Reed, 47
  • Employment of Engineers from tho East, " Eastern Engineer," 199
  • Engineering Degrees, Henry Fowler, 400
  • Engineering Degrees, " Designer, M.Sc. (External London)," 483; (Loader, 479)
  • External Degrees, Leonard B. Bonny, 504;
  • " External Graduate," 604; M.A. (Cantab) le -4 555; A.R.I.B.A., 598 T. S. Naylor, 655
  • Fires on Liners, R. A.111., 142
  • Foreign Trade, L. A. Dent, 246
  • Free Vortices, E. Bruce Ball, 654
  • Grain Handling, Gwyn Roberts-Lewis, 199
  • Humphrey Pump, A. Hughes, 142
  • " Jones Goods " Locomotive, W. B. Thompson, 322; F. W. Brewer, 374
  • Locomotive Driving Wheels, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 246; W. G. F. Thorley, 246
  • Locomotive Progress, " A Traveller," 270;
  • C. F. Dondy Marshall, 298, 347; C. R. King, 322
  • Locomotive Steam Chest and Cylinder Pressures, P. C. Dewhurst, 450; T. O. tkinson, 579
  • Locomotive Testing Plants, G. Lomonossoff, 225; A. H. Waring, 246
  • L.M.S. Compounds, F. W. Brewer, 624, 555; P. C. Dewhurst, 655
  • Midland Compound Locomotives, W. B. Thompson, 505; H. Fowler, 655
  • Municipalities and Foreign Contracts, Geo. G. Mitcheson, 47
  • Municipalities and Foreign Contracts, 68
  • Non-destructive Testing, W. Hamilton Martin, 347
  • Oil Locomotives, J. F. Melling, 322
  • Oil-electric Locomotives, C. T. A., 681, K. W. Walens, 96, 199; P. D. Ionides, 96; A. Orton, 96; 0. Thornycroft, 116; H. A. D. Acland, 142; W. G. F. Thorley, 142; L. F. R. Fell, 165; W. P. Durtnall, 225
  • Oil-electric Traction, J. F. Husband, 270
  • Oil Engine Locomotives, " Your Correspondent," 347
  • Oil-engined Locomotives, J. F. Alcoek, 270
  • Rail and Road, J..G. B. Sams, 374
  • Railway Bridges and Road Traffic, B.Sc., 47
  • Railway Engineers, " Historian," 555
  • Research Laboratories, B. W. Holman, 297
  • Resistance of Trains, C. F. Dondy Marshall, 400
  • Rubber Research, Alex. Spencer, 199
  • Shell Supplies and Armament Firms. R. H. Carpmael, 655
  • Shetland Mill, Ing. Oskar Seidl, 450; Andrew C. O'Dell, 504
  • Ship Vibration, John De Moo, 423
  • Steel Foundries And Fabrication, H. E. Yorbury, 68
  • Steel Railway Coaches, F. N. B., 68; C. E. R. Sherrington, 96, 199; C. J. Kavanagh, 142, 270; A. F. Webber, 270
  • Tyranny of Accounts, " An Engineer," 450;
  • Chartered Accountant," 505; Andrew Miller 579
  • Unemployment of Professional Engineers, P. C. Ruthvon, 47; S.M.L. Mech. E., 47; A.M.I. Mech. E., 68
  • Vaporisation in C.I. Engines, Robertson Matthews, 483
  • Velox Boiler and " Over 100 Per Cont. Efficiency," Brown, Boveri and Co, 22
  • Welding Research, 270
  • Work and Leisure, W. A. Green, 554; M. Jacklin, 598
  • LIBRARY of Geological Survey at Ottawa, (375)
  • Lighting in American Works, Photo-electric Control of, (143)
  • Lighting Research, 244
  • Lightning Conductors for Grain Elevators, (477), (575)
  • Lignite Research, 484
  • Liquid Porcelain Cement, (551)

LITERATURE

  • Reviews
  • Acoustics of Buildings, Introduction to, E. G. Richardson, 327
  • Air Flow, Measurement of, E. Owor, 678
  • Alloys of Iron and Molybdenum, J. L. Gregg, 578
  • Architectural Acoustics, V. 0. Knudson, 628
  • Business Budgets and Budgetary Control, A. W. Willsmoro, 92
  • By-product Coking Industry, International Handbook, edited by Professor Dr. W. Glund, 18
  • Cathode Ray Oscillograph in Radio Research, R. A. Watson Watt, J. F. Hord, and L. H. B. Bell, 529
  • Concrete Engineering, Vol. I., Practical Concrete, J. Singleton-Groen; 327
  • Electro-magnotism, Principles of, E. B. Moullin, 211; (Correction, 251)
  • Explosives : Their History, Manufacture, Properties and Tests, Vol. III., A. Marshall, 404
  • Fondamonti, Di Fision Technics, Ugo Bardoni, 378
  • Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning, L. A. Harding and A. C. Willard, 251
  • Hydromechanische Problem° dos Schiff-santrieb horausgogeben, Dr. Ing. G. Kempf and Dr. Ing. E. Foerster, 18
  • Industrial Electric Heating, W. R. Stansol, 529
  • Industrial Management, Principles of, Professor E. A. Anent, 352
  • Jane's Fighting Ships, 1932, Edited by Dr. Oscar Parkes, 212
  • L'Egypt of 808 Chemins do For, Lionel Wiener, 46; (Letter, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 68)
  • Lubricating and Allied Oils, E. A. Evans, 327
  • Matter, General Properties of, F. H. Newman and V. H. L. Searle, 211
  • Mechanics, General, Professor Max Planck, Translated by Professor H. I,. Brose, 326
  • Mechanics of Deformable Bodies, being Vol. IL of Introduction to Theoretical Physics, Professor Max Planck, Translated by Professor H. L. Broso, 173
  • Mine Examination and Valuations, C. H. Baxter and Roland D. Parks, 628
  • Motor Body Building, Private and Colnmorcial, H. J. Butler, 212
  • Parsons, Charles, Rollo Apployard, 596
  • Reinforced Concrete, Continuous Frames of, H. Cross and N. D. Morgan, 378
  • Roads of England, R. M. C. Anderson, 212
  • Standard Costs, H. E. Kearsey, 595
  • Short Notices
  • Alternating-current Electrical Engineering, P. Kemp, 404
  • Bacon's Commercial Engineering, James Bacon, 578
  • Compression Ignition Engines for Road Vehicles, 327
  • Conduction of Electricity through Gases, Sir J. J. Thomson and Professor G. P. Thompson, 404
  • Drainage and Sanitation, E. H. Blake, 121
  • Electric Wiring for Lighting and Power Installations, A. L. Cook. 505
  • Electrical Contracting : Organisation and Routine, R. H. Taunton, 404
  • Electrical Engineering Laboratory Manual, Dr. S. P. Smith, 505
  • Experimental Engineering Science, Nelson Harwood, 92
  • Factory and Truck Acts, Handbook to, .1. Owner, 578
  • Garcke's Manual of Electrical Undertakings, 327
  • Heterogeneity of Steel Ingots, Fourth Report on, 121
  • Industrial Electric Control Gear, W. H. J. Narburn, 505
  • Mechanical World Electrical Pocket Book. 1933, and Mechanical World Year Book, 1933, 327
  • Power Plants on Metal Mines, F. W. Thomas. 578
  • " Practical Engineer " Electrical Pocket Book and Diary, 1933, Edited by Conrad Arnold, 121
  • " Practical Engineer " Mechanical Pocket
  • Book and Diary, 1933, Edited by E. G. Bock, 121
  • Textile Electrification, Dr. Ing. W. Sticl, Translated by A. F. Rodger, 404
  • Wireless Communication, Short-wave, A. W. Ladner and C. R. Stoner, 404
  • Books of Reference :
  • Blue Book, Tho Electrical Trades' Directory and Handbook, 1933, 283
  • Contractors' and Public Works Annual, Directory of, 650
  • Kelly's Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers and Shippers of the World, 1933, 650
  • Metric Tables, Sir G. L. Molesworth, Revised by W. H. Molesworth, 283
  • Mining Year Book, 1933, 579
  • Modern Machinery, Plant, Tools, and Materials in Connection with Municipal Undertakings, 650
  • Motor Ship Reference Book for 1933, 309
  • Oil and Petroleum Year Book, 1933, 579
  • Rare-element Minerals of Canada, H. V. Ellsworth, (143)
  • Shipowners, Shipbuilders and Marino Engineers, 1933, Directory of, 309
  • South American Handbook, 1933, Edited by Howell Davies, 229
  • Specification, Edited by F. Chatterton, 229
  • Spon's Engineers' Tables, J. T. Hurst, 283
  • Books Received
  • Acoustics of Buildings, Introduction to, E. G. Richardson, 251
  • Acro-engines, Vol. I., Thermo-dynamics, Combustion, Cooling, Testing, J. D. Frier, 505
  • Aeroplane Design, R. Rodger, 173
  • Aircraft Construction, Materials of, F. T. Hill, 605
  • Alloys of Iron and Molybdenum, J. L. Gregg, 251
  • Alternating Current Electric Engineering, P. Kemp, 251
  • Aluminium and its Alloys, N. F. Budgen, 92
  • An Engineer's Outlook, Sir Alfred Ewing, 578
  • Analytical Mechanics for Engineers, F. B. Seely and N. E. Ensign, 251
  • Basic German for Science Students, M. L. Barker, 212
  • Billige Kassel, billiger Dampf, E. Praetorius, 92
  • Blue Book, Directory and Handbook of Electrical Engineering and Allied Trades, 251
  • Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1933, Edited by Commander C. N. Robinson and H. M. Ross, 120
  • Bridge Design, Reinforced Concrete, C. S. Chettoe and H. C. Adams, 605
  • Britain's Peril, R. C. Smart, 92
  • British Engineers' Association, Handbook of Members and their Manufactures, 1933, 628
  • British Industries and their Organisations, G. C. Allen, 302
  • B.O.C. Handbook for Oxy-acetyleno Welders, 327
  • British Sea Power, Eclipse of, An Increasing Peril, Sir Archibald Hurd, 173
  • Buildings, Orientation of, 529
  • Calculus for Engineers and Students of Science, 92
  • Calculus for Science Students, Introduction to, G. Van Praagh, 327
  • Callisthenes, 578
  • Canadian Limestones for Building Purposes, M. F. Goudge, 628
  • Celluloid, Safety in Manufacture and Use of, 605
  • Civil Engineering, Early Years of Modorn, R. Skelton Kirby and P. G. Laurson, 352
  • Colliery Manager's Pocket Book and Diary, 1933, Edited. by H. Greenwell, 120
  • Colliery Trades Year Book and Coal Trades Director, 1933, 378
  • Colliery Winding Ropes, Measurements of the Kinetic Loads on, S. M. Dixon and M. A. Hogan, 352
  • Commercial Motor Road Transport, L. M. Meyrick-Jones, 506
  • Compressed Air Terms and Standards, 72
  • Concrete Engineering, Vol. I., Practical Concrete, J. Singleton-Green, 251
  • Conduction of Electricity through Glasses, Vol. II., Ionisation by Collisions and the Gaseous Discharge, Sir J. J. Thomson and G. P. Thompson, 173
  • Dofinitions and Formulae for Students, Metallurgy, E. R. Taylor, 92
  • Diesel Engines, High-speed, A. W. Judge, 173
  • Dimensions, Methods of, Dr. A. W. Foster, 173
  • Directory of Contractors and Public Works Annual, 1933, 628
  • Directory of Shipowners, Shipbuilders, and Marine Engineers, 1933, 251
  • East Indian Railway, Description of System Introduced in Stores Department of, F. G. S. Martin and A. R. A. Hare Duke. 505
  • Economic Tables for Electrical Engineers D. J. Bolton, 173
  • Electric Circuits Simply Explained, F. H. Taylor, 327
  • Electric Welders, Handbook for, 327
  • Electric Wiring, A. L. Cook, 428
  • Electrical Contracting, Organisation and Routine, H. R. Taunton, 120
  • Electrical Engineering Manual, S. Parker Smith, 92
  • Electrician Annual Tables of Electricity Undertakings, 1933, 505
  • Empire Municipal Directory and Year Book, 1933-34, 505
  • Engineering Descriptive Geometry and Drawing, F. W. Bartlett and T. W. Johnson, 378
  • Engineering Drawing, First Year, A. C. Parkinson, 92
  • Engineoring Shop Practice, Vol. I., B. W. Boston, 302
  • Engineers' Tables, Spoil's, J. T. Hurst, 173
  • Estimating for Mechanical Engineers, W. V. Seear, 505
  • Evaporating, Condensing and Cooling Apparatus, E. Hausbrand, Translated by A. C. Wright, 428
  • Everyday Science, Book Two, H. E. Bean. 251
  • Factory Acts and Truck Acts, Handbook to the, J. Owner, 302
  • Feuerungsdocken, Dip. Ing. Karl Harraow.. 628
  • Functions of Complex Variables, '1'. M. Macrobert, 605
  • Geometry, Principles of Descriptive, E. L. Ince, 327
  • Grundlagen des Stahlbaues, Dr. Ing. G. Schaper, 72
  • Heat (Matriculation Standard), R. W. Hutchinson, 628
  • Hoyer-Kreuter Technological Dictionary, Part III., French-German-English, Edited by Dr. A. Schlomann, 173
  • Industrial Electric Heating, N. R. Stamm], 378
  • Industrial Heat, Elements of, J. A. Randall and J. W. Gillon, 605
  • Industrial Management, Principles of, E. A. Anent, 92
  • Industrial Electric Motor Control Gear, W. H. J. Norburn, 378
  • Isometric and Orthographic Drawing, J. H. Pritchard, 327
  • Jahrbuch der Schinautechnischen Gesellschaft, 327
  • Jane's All the World's Aircraft, 1932, Edited by C. G. Gray, 72
  • Lubricating and Allied Oils, E. A. Evans, 251
  • Mechanical Transmission of Power, the late Professor G. F. Charnock, 92
  • Mechanical World Electrical Pocket Book. 1933, 173
  • Mechanics, General, Max Planck, Translated by Professor H. L. Brose, 251
  • Mechanism of the Car, Vol. III., A. W. Judy, . 251
  • Mercantile Year Book and Directory of Exporters, 1933, 378
  • Merchant Ships and Shipping, E. W. Blocksidge, 628
  • Metallography of Iron and Steel, C. H. Plant , 251
  • Microscopical Metallography, Practical, R. H. Greaves and H. Wrighton, 352
  • Mine Examination and Valuation, II. Baxter and R. D. Parks, 529
  • Mining Year Book, 1933, W. E. Skinner, 251
  • Molesworth's Metric Tables, Sir G. L. Molesworth, Revised by W. H. Molesworth, 120
  • Motor Ship Reference Book, 1933, 92
  • National Union of Manufacturers, Descriptive and Classified Directory of Members, 352
  • Network Synthesis, C. M. Son Gewertz, 578
  • Nile Basin, Vol. II., Measured Discharges of the Nile and its Tributaries, H. E. Hurst and P. Phillips, 428
  • Oil and Petroleum Year Book, 1933, Compiled by W. E. Skinner, 578
  • Patents and Designs Act, Lord Marks and R. A. Wolstenholme, 251
  • Power Plants on Metal Mines, F. A. W. Thomas, 505
  • Professions, The, A. M. Carr-Saunders and P. A. Wilson, 327
  • Propeller Fans, Performance of, A. I. Brown, 605
  • Railway Mechanics, Introduction to, G. V. Lomonossoff, 352
  • Refrigeration, Mechanical, Hal Williams, 605
  • Reinforced Concrete, Continuous Frames of, H. Cross and N. D. Morgan, 173
  • Rhodesian Mining and Engineering Year Book, 1933, 302
  • Rubber, Digest of Patents Doaling with Rubber and for Latex in Road Construction Materials (Excluding Blocks), 251
  • Rubber Latex, H. P. Stevens and W. H. Stevens, 173
  • Sanitation of Water Supplies, Dr. M. P. Horwood, 428
  • South Africa and East African Year Book and Guide, 1933, 72
  • South African Mining and Engineering Year Book, 1933, 302
  • South American Handbook, 1933, Edited by Howell Davies, 92
  • Special Steels, T. H. Burnham, 378
  • Specification, F. Chatterton, 212
  • Standard Costs, H. E. Koarsoy, 428
  • Statesman's Year Book, Edited by Dr. M. Epstein, 606
  • Steel Castings, Symposium on, 72
  • Steel Structures, Competitive Design of, P. Russell and G. Dowell, 605
  • Steel Work to L.C.C. Code of Practice, 1932, C. F. Littlowood, 605
  • Strout Traffic Flow, Henry Watson, 212
  • Testing Materials, " Proceedings " of Thirty-fifth Annual Mooting of American Society for, Two Parts, 352
  • Textile Electrification, W. Stiol, Translated by A. F. Rodger, 92
  • Thermodynamics Applied to Heat Engines, E. H. Lewitt, 352
  • Timber, Preservative Treatment of Estate and Farm, R. C. B. Gardner, 251
  • Vector Analysis, H. B. Phillips. 378
  • Wireless Over Thirty Years, R. N. Vyryaii, 628
  • " LITHOPHOB " for Removing Boiler Scale, (349)
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Summary, 178
  • Loader, Transportable, Mavor and Coulson, Ltd., B.I.F., 213
  • Locust Destruction in Baghdad. Tank Outfits with Centrifugal Pumps for, (169)
  • London Passenger Transport Board :
  • London Passenger Transport Bill, Report Stage in Parliament, (169)
  • London Passenger Transport Bill, Lord Ashfield's Interests, (247)
  • London Passenger Transport Bill, Progress in House of Lords, (299)
  • London Passenger Traffic Bill Passed, (349)
  • Royal Assent Given to London Passenger Transport Bill, (401)
  • London Passenger Transport Board, First Matters to bo Dealt with, (525)
  • London Passenger Transport Board, Membership of, (5g5)
  • London Passenger Transport Board, Joint Committee, (601)
  • LUBRICANT for Motor Cars, Keenol, 151
  • Lubricating Grease and Development of Modern Steam Locomotives, (323)
  • Lubricating Oils from Paraffin Base Crude Oil, (401)
  • Lubrication of Three-high 48in. Universal Mill Containing 196 Bearings, (298)
  • Lubricator, Hunt and Mitton, Ltd., B.I.F., 243
  • Lumber Company in British Columbia Converts Engines from Oil to Coal Bunting, (42)
  • Lumber Exports from British Columbia, (247)

M

MACHINE TOOLS

  • Bonding Rolls for Boating with Plates for Making Hoover Dam Penstocks, Vertical, (299)
  • Boring, Drilling and Milling Machine, 8in., William Asquith, Ltd., 535
  • Boring Machine, Peam-Richards No. 2, Geo. Richards and Co., Ltd., 282
  • Crank Press, Double, Taylor and Challon, Ltd., 383
  • Drill Chuck, Brooko Tool and Manufacturing Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Supple, 17.2.33, iii
  • Drills, Two Special-purpose, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 383
  • Drum Boring Machine, Williain Asquith, Ltd., 634, 535
  • Forging Machine, Cold, Greenwood and Batley, Ltd., B.I. F., 240
  • Forging Press. 10,000-ton Hydraulic, Hydraulik G.m.b.H., 474. 475
  • Grinder, Contreloss, B.S.A. Tools, Ltd., 357
  • Grinder, Twist Drill, Jones and Shipman, Ltd., 373
  • Lathe, Bar, H. W. Ward and Co., Ltd., 408
  • Lathe, Combination Turret, H. W. Ward, Ltd., 506
  • Lathe, Small Capstan, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 230
  • Lathe, Square Ingot Turning, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 177
  • Lathe, Vertical Automatic, Tavannes', E. H. Jones (Machine Tools), Ltd., 582
  • Lathe, 36in. Centre High-speed Roughing, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 530
  • Machine Tool Accessories and Precision Tools and Instruments Made in U.S.A., 1931, Decrease, (69)
  • Machine Tool Developments at Leipzig Technical Fair, 295
  • Machine Tool Dictionary Prepared for Leipzig Technical Fair, 295
  • Machine Tool Exports from United Kingdom, (15)
  • Milling Machine, Knooloss Plain, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 580
  • Milling Machine, Vertical, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 230
  • Notching Press, High-speed, Taylor and Challon, Ltd., B.I. F. Suppe., 24.2.33, vii
  • Power Press, Centenary of Death of Frederick Koenig, 68
  • Press, Double Crank, Taylor and Challon, Ltd., 383
  • Press, Pellet, T. H. and J. Daniolls, Ltd., B.I.F., 242
  • Press, 100-ton, Precision, Taylor and Challon, Ltd., 255
  • Press for Synthetic Rosin Products, 200-ton Moulding, F. Shaw and Co., Ltd., 571, 572
  • Radial Drilling Machine, Motor-driven, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 61
  • Reamoring Machine, Four-spindle, Kitchen and Wade, Ltd., 433
  • Saw, " Semibold " Segmental, Sanderson Brothers and Newbold& Ltd., 13.1. F., 216
  • Screwing and Cutting Off Machine, Charles Winn and Co., Ltd., B.I. F. Suppt., 17.2.33, viii
  • Shaper, 18in. Stroke Crank, Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 52
  • Shaper, 48in. Portable Draw Cut, Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 52
  • Shearing Machine, Guillotine, Brookes (Oldbury), B.I.F., 240
  • Slotting Machine, Tool-room, Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 228
  • Spline Honing Machine, Intents), G. H. Alexander Machinery, Ltd., 033
  • MAGNESITE Deposits at Smithton, Tasmania, Survey of, (525)
  • " Magnesite Portland," German Cement, (43)
  • " Magnetic Fisher " for Retrieving Nuts, Bolts, Screws, (247)
  • Malaria, Ultra-violet Rays to Combat, (401)
  • Manchester Corporation, Rivers Department of, Sewage Sludge Steamer " Mancunian," Ferguson Brothers (Port Glasgow), Ltd., 280
  • Manchukuo and Engineering Developments, J. N. Penlington, 224, 238, 248, 264, 290, 300
  • Manufacturers, National Union of, 615

MAPS

  • Elidston Dock, Site of, 450
  • Cauvery River and Site of Isiottur Dam, 558
  • Fushun Mining Area, 290
  • Geological Formation of Fushun, 290
  • Gironde Estuary, 340
  • Grimsby Ice Factory, Plan and Elevation of, 597
  • Havro, Quays of Bassin de Maroe, 592
  • Havre, Quay sur Voutes-Maritimo Station, 594
  • Manchuria and Johol, 224
  • Map of Danish State Railways Electrification, 432
  • Map of District Covered by Lochabor Scheme, Indicating Positions of Dams and Tunnels, 492, 493
  • Map of Site of Kalimpong Aerial Ropoway, 431
  • Map Showing Site of Storstrom Bridge, 483
  • Plan of Mond Laboratory at Cambridge University, 146
  • Plan of Port of Havro Showing Proposed Outer Breakwaters, 567
  • Port of Havre in 1908, 566
  • Region Supplied by Mandi Hydro-electric Project, 210
  • Site of Great Bridgeford Fatal Derailment, 280
  • Site of Mandi Hydro-electric Project, 210
  • West Middlesex Soworago Schomo Showing Sewers in Black Lines, 274, 278
  • MARINE Reverse Gear, Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 229
  • Marine and Aeronautical Congress in Paris, Report, 579
  • Maritime Professional Engineers, Convention of, (575)
  • Maritime Transport, Congress in Vienna, 553
  • Mass Production, Lay-outs for, H. R. M. Thorp, 530
  • Mass Production in Building, does not Embody Economy with Methods of Masons and Carpenters, (425)
  • Measuring Angle of Inclination on New Ships, (69)
  • Measurement of Evolution of Heat Produced by Drawing Down a Wire in Diamond Die, Rosonhain and Stott, (675)
  • Metal-cutting Alloy, (221)
  • Metal and Woodworking Machines, Japan's Imports of, (477)
  • Metallurgical Industry of Russia, (349)
  • Metallurgical Research. in Canadian Laboratories, (108)
  • Metals, Method of Electrolysis for Obtaining Rare, (143)
  • Metals from Bolideu Mines, Bothnian Uulf, (477)
  • Meteor Mining in Arizona, (451)
  • Methane Gas for Motor Vehicles, (451)
  • Mill, Fuller-Bonnot, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., B.I.F., 215
  • Mineral Deposit in Southern Shantung, (575)
  • Mineral Production of Canada, 1932, (15), (93)
  • Mineral Transport, Appointment to Standing Committee on, (221)
  • Mining Industry, Foreign Workers in French, (651)
  • Mining Machinery, Alloy Stools in, 622
  • Mist Plating, Applications, of, 125
  • Mixing Apparatus, Gas and Air, Solas Gas and Engineering Company, Ltd., 13.1.1e., 214
  • Montreal Port, Traffic at, (221)

MOTOR VEHICLES

  • Motor Car, "Tear-drop," (299)
  • Motor Car Rally at Monte Carlo, Gardner Oil-engined Bentley First Arrival at, (117)
  • Motor Cars for New Zealand, British, (15)
  • Motor Cars in Persia, American Company Granted Monopoly for, (476)
  • Motor Cars in South Africa, British, (501)
  • Motor Industry, Research and, 244
  • Motor Racing Track at Ivinghoe, (117)
  • Motor Vehicles in America, 650
  • Motor Vehicle Production in United States, (169)
  • Motor Vehicles Registered in November, 1932, (69)
  • Standardisation of Motor Vehiclo Parts,
  • Technical Conference in Loudon, (651)
  • MOULD for Paper-making, Cylinder, T. H. and J. Daniell's, Ltd., B.1.F., 242, 243
  • Moulder, Magnetic, Pnoulcc, Ltd., B.1.F., 213
  • Moulding Machine, Jar Rollover, Pnoulec, Ltd., B.I.F., 213
  • Moulds for Die Casting Aluminium Alloys, (15)

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  • NAILABLE Cinder Block, (501)
  • Nails, Holding Power of, (15)
  • Nation, Railways and the, C. E. R. Slierringtoll, 321; (Leader, 325)
  • National Physical Laboratory's Report for 1932, 459
  • National Standard for Industrial Use, Inch-Millimetre Conversion Ratio, (625)
  • National Wages Board First Conference, (15)
  • Natural Gas for Train Lighting, (477)
  • Natural Gas Industry, Problems in, (195)
  • Nautical College, Pangbourne, Founders' Day, (584)
  • Needle Used for Investigation of Unevenness of Metal Surfaces, (425)
  • Nickel-chromium Steel Link Chain, (323)
  • Nickel Mines, Plant Extended at Falconbridge, Ont., (15)
  • Nickel Products, Mond Nickel Company, Ltd., B.I. F. Suppt., 24.2.33, ii
  • Nitralloy Liners for High-duty Oil Engines, (501)
  • Nitrate of Soda Deposits of Mexico, Development of, (323)
  • Nitrogen Fixation Plant at Imatra Falls, Finland, (323)
  • Nitrogen Production Plant in Spain, (299)
  • Non-ferrous Metals, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 13.1. F. Suppt., 17.2.33, ii
  • Nut and Bolt Trade, 591

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OBITUARY

  • Asquith, J. U., (462)
  • Asquith, J. W. S., 339
  • Briggs, James, 141
  • Clarkson, Thomas, 348
  • Coolidge, Calvin, (43)
  • Driver, F. P., (450)
  • Harvey, E. W., 541
  • Holman, J. M., (273)
  • Jackson, Colin Mackay, 107
  • Keen, Francis Watkins, 391
  • Kellaway, F. G., 391
  • Logros, L. A., 629
  • Locket, G. C., (525)
  • Malcolm, Bowman, (143)
  • Malcolm, G. W., 246
  • Manville, Sir Edward, 289
  • March, S. H., 490
  • Marsh, D. Earle, 575
  • Nlesnager, Augustin, 183
  • Moir, Sir Ernest William (Portrait), 629
  • Orsettich, Robert, 374
  • Owens, Sir Charles J., (93)
  • Pasquier, A. E. du, 536
  • Penlington, J. N., 348
  • Pulman, T. C., (71), 96
  • Richardson, J. J., (117)
  • Riseley, H. L., 229
  • Roberts, H. Wynne, (152)
  • Robinson, Albert E., (309)
  • Royce, Sir Henry, (Portrait), 428
  • Shave, George James, (119), 141
  • Stubbs, Joseph H., 1
  • Thornton, Sir Henry, 263
  • Unwin, William Cawthorno (Portrait), 303
  • Vaughan, William H., 1
  • Walker, Stanley, 107
  • Lord Wester Womyss, Admiral of the Flea, 515
  • Wilson, E. A., 467
  • Wormald, Sir John, 527
  • OCCUPATIONAL Hazards in Mining industries of United States, (574)
  • Oil Lubricating, Silvortown Lubricants, Ltd., B.I.F., (244)
  • Oil, Removal from Hands, Home Office Wash Formula, (607)
  • Oil, The Duty on Heavy, 441, 467, 641
  • Oil, Transformer, Silvertown Lubricants, Ltd., B.I.F., (244)
  • Oil Burner, Portable, Homotra, Ltd., B.1.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, v
  • Oil-burning Equipment, Shell Mex and B. P., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, iv
  • Oil Dock at Ellesmere Port, Statunoce. (575)
  • " Oil Engine," First Issue of, (575)
  • Oil-engined Vehicles in Germany, (143)
  • Oil from Bituminous Schists, Factory for Production of, (601)
  • Oil Industry in United States, Taxes Paid by. (15)
  • Oil Production of the World, Crude, (247)
  • Oil Refined in Russia, Quantity of Crude, (15)
  • Oil Refinery for Saint John, Now Brunswick, (221)
  • Oil Refinery near New Westminster, British Columbia, (93)
  • Oil Varnish versus Nitrocellulose Cable Lacquers, (575)
  • Oil Well Depth Record, (575)
  • Oils, Colonial Fuel, 74
  • Omnibus Fares Increased at Manchester at Night, (501)
  • Omnibuses to Replace Tramways in Paris, Motor, (15)
  • Order Signalling for Marine and Power Station Equipment, H. Nowald, 142
  • Ore Deposits in Dalocarlia, Central Sweden, (425)
  • Ore Dressing Research, (108)
  • Ore from Delta Mines Syndicate in Ontario, (477)
  • Organising the Stores Department, G. W. Tripp, 379
  • Oven, Triple-cased Enamelling, Silas Hyde, Suppt., 17.2.33, v
  • Overhead Line Towers, Earth Resistances, G. F. Tagg, 422
  • Oxy-acetyleno Apparatus, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., B.I.F., (243)
  • Oxygen Production by Chemical Powder, (93)
  • Oxygen Production from Powder, (323)
  • Ozonisation of London's Water, Experiments in, (525)

P

  • PAINT froin Mabolito Oro, Protective, (375), (401)
  • Paint Spraying Plant, Portable, B. E. N.
  • Patents, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, ii
  • Paper from Straw, Factory at Edmonton, Alberta, (221)
  • Paper-making Plants in Tasmania, (551)
  • Paper Mills at St. Mary Cray, (323)
  • Paper Warehouse, Handling Plant at, Woodfield Hoisting and Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 433
  • Parafilm for Protective Coating, B.1.10., (243)
  • Patent Applications During 1932, (93)

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH :

  • Aeronautics, 414, 513
  • Building, 540
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 105
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 131, 157, 614
  • Dynamos and Motors, 31, 57, 81, 105, 131, 157, 207, 235, 287, 337, 363, 389, 465, 513, 563, 589, 613, 639, 665
  • Electrical Appliances, 183, 261
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 31, 106, 183, 261, 337, 389, 413, 465, 539, 563, 665
  • Engines, Steam, 529
  • Furnaces, 207, 665
  • Gas Producers, 640
  • Lighting and Heating, 338, 666
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 31, 58, 81, 131, 157, 183, 235, 288, 311, 337, 413, 414, 439, 489, 614, 640
  • Measuring, and Testing Instruments, 540, 564, 589, 639, 665
  • Metallurgy, 58, 262, 311, 389, 413, 514
  • Mining Machinery, 666
  • Miscellaneous, 32, 58, 81, 106, 131, 157, 184, 208, 235, 262, 288, 311, 338, 364, 390, 414, 440, 466, 490, 514, 540, 564, 590, 614, 640, 666
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 81
  • Ordnance and Armour, 639
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 183, 364, 614, 640
  • Ships and Boats, 287, 364, 390, 440, 640
  • Steam Generators, 57, 81, 207, 311, 363, 439, 665
  • Switchgoar, 31, 57, 105, 131, 157, 207, 287, 363, 389, 465, 489, 563, 589, 613, 639
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 489
  • Tramways and Railways, 31, 81, 183, 364, 440, 465, 490
  • Transformers and Convertors, 261, 311, 363, 389, 413, 439, 539, 639
  • Transmission of Power, 183, 207, 235, 389, 413, 439, 465, 489, 513, 539, 563, 614, 589
  • Turbine Machinery, 235, 261, 363
  • Welding, 32
  • PATENTS, Designs and Trade Marks, Report of Comptroller-General of, (575)
  • Patents and Infringement Action Threats, 272
  • Patents Applied for by Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 244
  • Perforated Metal and Woven Wire, G. A. Harvey and Co. (London). Ltd., B.I.F., 243
  • Permanence of Liquid Glue, (169)
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 29, 55, 73, 129, 155, 181, 205, 233, 259, 285, 309, 335, 360, 386, 410, 436, 462, 486, 510, 536, 560, 586, 610, 636, 662
  • Petrol Dock at Ellesmere Port, (117)
  • Petroleum Congress in London, 1933, Worlds, (178), 372, 491
  • Petroleum Extraction from Sands or Sandstones by Well, (143)
  • " Phoenix " All-British Rapid Machining Stool, Stool, Pooch and Tozer, B.1. F., 214
  • Photo-electric Cell Controls Bolt Conveyor at Enamelling Plant, (551)
  • Photo-electric " Eye Test Over Half a Milo Beam in New York, (143)
  • Photographic Plate for Photo-micrography, (247)
  • Pickling Vats, Asphalt-impregnated Concrete Liners for, (221)
  • Pine Poles, Life of Pressure-treated, (143)
  • Pioneer's Work in Road Transport, Colonel R. E. Crompton, 304
  • Pipe Joint, Staveloy Coal and Iron Company Ltd., B.I.P. Suppt., 24.2.33, vi
  • Pipe Line from Saskatchewan River to Moose Jaw and Regina, Proposed 100-Mile Steel, (273)
  • Pipe Lino Laying in Montreal by Novel Method, Oil, (322)
  • Piston Seal of Waterless Gas Holder, Waterless Gasholder Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 167
  • Pitwood Supplies Available from Scotland, (323)
  • Plastics, Future of, 615 (Loader, 627)
  • Plumbago Crucible Manufacture at Halosowen, (323)
  • Pneumatic Dispatch System in a Steel Works. M. Lucien Krieger, 126
  • Polluted Rivers in Scotland, (455)
  • Pollution of Water in Severn Estuary, Investigations into, (69)
  • Pontoon Dock for Rotterdam, 17,000-Ton, 591
  • Port of Havre, 566, 576, 592, 618, 617, 642
  • Potash Salts, Commercial Method of Extracting, (247)
  • Power Dovoloped from Coal, Gas, and Oil in United States, (270)
  • Power Unit for Auto-truck, Twin, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 242
  • Precipitation Plant, Electric-static, English Electric Company, Ltd., Bide. Suppt., 24.2.33, vii
  • Presses-see Machine Tools.
  • Productions of Holden and Brooke, Ltd., (560)
  • Professional Engineers of Canada Form Dominion Organisation, (273)
  • Profit-sharing Statistics, 615
  • Protection of Pipes from Stray-current Electrolysis, (265)
  • Protective Coating for Metals, " Parafilm," B.I.F., (243)
  • Pulverised Fuel System, Duffield Coal Products, Ltd., 332
  • Pulvorised Fuel Equipment, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., B.I.F., 215
  • Pulverised Fuel Used in Laundry 6 Miles from Pulvoriser, (299)
  • Pulveriser, " Gyro," 332
  • Pumping Heat into Buildings from Atmosphere, Rankine Process, (43)
  • Pumping Machinery in Science Museum, (451)
  • Pumping Plant at L.C.C. Deptford Pumping Station, Worthington-Simpson, Ltd., 331
  • Pumping Plant at West -Middlesex Sewage Scheme, Gwynnos Pumps, Ltd., 274, 278
  • Pumping Plant for Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson's Dry Dock at Wallsend, Drysdale and Co.'s, (169)

PUMPS

  • Pump, Acid-resisting Centrifugal, Meldrums, Ltd., B.1.10. Suppt., 17.2.33, vi
  • Pump, Portable Trench or Sump, Broom and Wado, Ltd., 509
  • Pump, Reciprocating Typo, Rotoplunge Pump Company, Ltd., B.1.10., (243)
  • Pump, Rotary, Howard Pneumatic Engineering Company, Ltd., 508
  • Pump, Single-cylinder Non-camshaft, 115
  • Pump, Six-cylinder Cam Shaft, 13ryce, Ltd., 115
  • Pump, Steam Jacketed Rotary Fuel Oil, Nichols Compressors, Ltd., 357
  • Pump, " Wee-Mac," Drysdale and Co., Ltd., 12
  • Pump for Hot Water Heating Systems, hn-proved Circulating, Holden and Brooke, Ltd., 124
  • Pumps at Grimsby Ice Factory, Centrifugal, Mather and Platt, Ltd., 598, 602
  • Pumps for Elderslie Dock, Drysdale and Co., Ltd., 202
  • PUNCH Summer Number, (624)

R

  • RABBLING for Multiple Hearth Furnaces, Arthur J. Caddick, 648
  • Radiation from Modorn Electric Lamps, (169)
  • Radiators, Steam, British Trano Company, Ltd., B.I.F., (244)
  • Radium Bearing Oros of Quadra Island, (74)
  • Radium in Canada, 87
  • Radium in Engineering Practice, D. V. E. Pullin, 302, 304; (Loader, 301)
  • Radium in Form of Radio-active Fertilisers, (69)

RAILWAYS (GENERAL MATTERS) :

  • Accidents
  • Accident at Los Blottereaux, Fatal Derailment, 565, (575)
  • Accident at Tiverton Junction, (169)
  • Accident to Ganq of Platelayers at Watford, Mr. J. P. Scott Main's Report, (195)
  • Accident to Groat Western Train in Vriog Cutting, (247)
  • Accidents to Platelayers, 194
  • Amborgato Collision, Rule 135A and, (651)
  • Buffer Stop Collision at Victoria, (451)
  • Collision at Cockott Station, (426)
  • Collision at , Crick Junction, Ambergato, (625)
  • Collision at Three Bridges, (117); Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's Inquiry Adjourned, (195)
  • Derailment at Haynes Park, Verdict of "Accidental Death" on Victims, 541, (551); Col. Anderson's Inquiry, (601)
  • Derailment at Rotherham, Col. Woodhouso's Report, (273)
  • Derailment at Rugoloy Junction, (601)
  • Derailment between Castlebellinghain and Dundalk, Fatal, (143)
  • Explosion of Dynamite Train, Effect on Some Metal Parts of Train, (323)
  • Fatal Accident to Railway Workers at Strathbungo, (221)
  • Fatal Collision at Loughborough, (117); Col. T. Trench's Inquiry, Report, (143)
  • Firo on Train at Severn Tunnel, (601)
  • French Railway Disaster at Les Blot-tereaux, 565, (575)
  • Great Bridgoford Fatal Derailment, Lieut.-Colonel Mount's Report, 280, (299)
  • Hampstead Tunnel Collision, (93); Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's Report, (451)
  • Landslide near Fairbourne, Liout.-Colonel Mount's Inquiry, (273); Verdict on Victims " Accidental Death," (299)
  • Leicester Collision, January 23rd, 1933, (117); Lieut.-Colonel Woodhouso's Report, (477)
  • Lockerbie Railway Accident of 1883 Recalled, (477)
  • Marylebone Collision, Colonel Trench's Report, (625)
  • Platolayors Killed at Watford, Mr. J. P. Scott Main's Roport, 194
  • Poulton Railway Disaster Recalled, Mr. R. E. L. Maunsoll's Work, (651)
  • Train Accidonts in 1932, Report of Ministry of Transport, (601)
  • Addison-road Station, History of, (247)
  • Automatic Signalling between Camden and Watford, (195)
  • Automatic Feature of Continuous Brakes, Rugoloy Derailment and, (625)
  • Block System Discussions Sixty Years Ago, (625)
  • Canadian National Railways, Order 500 All-steel Gondola Cars, (15)
  • Canadian Railways Bill Passes Second Reading, (299)
  • Capital of Great Southern Railways, Ireland, (401)
  • Channel Train Ferry at Dover, (117)
  • Continuous Automatic Brakes, (425)
  • Conciliation Boards on the Railways, Brief History of, 245
  • Deputation of Railway Companies to Prime Minister, Proposed, (117)
  • Dividends of the Grouped Railways, (221)
  • Double Lino Construction on Natal Railways, (425)
  • Drumm Battery Train on Great Southern Railways of Ireland, (323)
  • Economies on the Railways, Possiblo, Sir Evelyn Cecil, (247)

Electrification of Railways

  • Electric Railways in Ural Region, (575)
  • Electric Train Services between New York and Philadelphia, (117)
  • Electrical Equipment for Hungarian Railways, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 13, 48
  • Electrification of Brussels-Antwerp Section, Tenders for, (93)
  • Electrification of Danish State Railways, English Electric Company, Ltd., 432
  • Electrification of Southern Railway from London to Brighton, 10, 11 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Electrification Schemo for Hungarian Railways, 13, 48
  • Electrification of Swedish Railways, (651)
  • Electrification on Natal Railways, Further, (625)
  • Electrified Railways, D.C. and A.C. Percentage, (15)
  • Electrified Railways in South Africa, (221)
  • Electrified Services between Now York and Philadelphia, (221)
  • Financial Conditions of U.S. Railways, (501)
  • Fish-plate, Derivation of Word, 246
  • " Flying Hamburger II.," Under Construction, (195)
  • Future of Wages Board, Sir Josiah Stamp, (575)
  • Gates of Crossing of Public Roads Over Railways, Rovision of Regulations, (425)
  • Gorman Stato Railways, Recoipts for 1932, (555)
  • Great Eastern Train Ferries, Quick Delivery of Fruit from Italy to Glasgow, (349)
  • Great Southern Railway Company of Ireland, Annual Report, (349)
  • Great Wall Railway Sold to Group of American Capitalists, (651)
  • Grouping American Railways, (601)
  • Human Fallibility on tho Railway, 577
  • Ice on Conductor Rails, Method of Removing, (93)
  • Indian Railway Board, Expert Committee on Railway Administration in India, (477);
  • Locomotives in Service, (477); Report and Receipts, (323); Economies Effected, (375)
  • Intoravailability of Return and Season Tickets, Extension of, (451)
  • International Railway Congress at Cairo, 63 : (Leader, 71) 85, 109 (195)
  • Irish Railway's Strike, (117). (349)
  • Java Railway, Additional 17 Milos Connecting Copper Mines and Port of Patjitan, (625)
  • Kangra Valley Railway, 211
  • London and Birmingham Railway, Royal Assent Given in May, 1833, (477)
  • London and Birmingham Railway Centenary, (575)
  • Mileage Opened in India, Additional, (401)
  • National Union of Railwaymen, Annual Report, (651)
  • National Union of Railwaymen Representation in Parliament, (247)
  • National Wages Board Conference, (15)
  • National Wages Board, Findings on Railwaymen's Wages, 59, (69); Report on Railwaymen's Pay, (93); Sir Ralph Wedgwood's Speech and, (221)
  • New Year's Honours and Railway Officials, (15)
  • Night Trains and Comfortable Speeds, (425)
  • Northern Railways of Ireland, History of Strike on, (401)
  • Orleans Railway Company's Expedited Services, (551)
  • Passenger Fares Reduction, (273)
  • Passenger Journeys for February, (501)
  • Railway Congress, International, Cairo, 63, 85, 109 • (Leader, 71) (195)
  • Railway Curves by Offsets, Relining, J. D. W. Ball, 645
  • Railway from Kattowitz (Silesia) to Port, of Gdynia Opened, (273)
  • Railway from Siva to E17,0111111 to be Built by American Firm for Turkish Government, (93)
  • Railway from Siva to Erzerum, (625)
  • Railway Material Exported During 1932, (169)
  • Railway Material for Turkish Government, German, (501)
  • Railway Rates Tribunal and Review of Standard Charges, (551)
  • Railway Returns, Preliminary, (323)
  • Railway Returns, Review of Requirements for, (273)
  • Railway Staff Appointments and Retirements, (69), (93), (169), (349)
  • Railway Companies to Withdraw from Central Wages Board and National Wages Board, (247)
  • Railway Wages Reports, 59, (69), 83, (93)
  • Railways and Advertising, (425)
  • Railways and Distribution of Every £1 of Revenue, (15)
  • Railways and the Nation, C. E. R. Sherrington, 321; (Leader, 325)
  • Railways of Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika Territory, Report by Mr. Roper Gibb, (169)
  • Report of U.S. National Transportation Committee, (299)
  • Re-signalling Brighton Station, 34, 44
  • Results of Northern Ireland Railway Strike, Some, (195)
  • Rule Book for Railway Servants, (15)
  • Safety in Railway Travel, Statistics, (15)
  • Sand Hutton Light Railway, Yorkshire, (43)
  • Signal-boxes at Whitehaven and Cockermouth, (169)
  • Signal Installation at St. Enoch's Station, Glasgow, (501)
  • Signals at Level Crossings, League of Nations Permanent Committee on Road Traffic, (625)
  • South African Railways, General Manager's Annual Report, (117), (177), (401)
  • Strike in Northern Ireland, Aftermath of Railway, (501)
  • Subsidy to Great Southern Railways, No Extension of, (273)
  • Tail Lamps and Side Lamps on Trains, (599)
  • Tie Tamping Outfit, Railway, Broom and Wade, Ltd., 357
  • Traffic Receipts for Sixteen Weeks, 1933, (477)
  • Traffic Receipts for Seventeenth Week, (525)
  • Traffic Receipts for Twentieth Week on Railways, (551)
  • Traffic Returns for Grouped Railways, (43), (659)
  • Train Ferry for Goods Wagons from New York to Cuba, 123
  • Underground Goods Railway in Chicago, 123
  • Underground Railway of Stockholm nearing Completion, (195)
  • United States Railways and Wages Reduction, (15)
  • Ventilation of Railway Carriages, (601)
  • Wages Dispute on Northern Ireland Railways, (273)
  • Wages to Signalmen, Saving of, (273)

RAILWAYS

  • Great Western Railway
  • Automatic Vacuum Brake on Freight Train Wagons, (195)
  • Bristol to London Railway, Great Western Railway, Name Adopted One Hundred Years Ago, (69)
  • Carriage Cleaning Plant, Improved, (43)
  • " Cheltenham Flyer," Commemoration of 1000th Run, March 3rd, (247)
  • Company Loses Flat-rate Case in Court of Appeal, (575)
  • Disinfecting Plant for Railway Carriages at Swindon, 201
  • Financial Results for the Year, (195)
  • Increase in Traffic at S. Wales Ports, (451)
  • Lancashire Trade Improvements, (117)
  • Paddington Station Enlargements, (601)
  • Railway Carriage Disinfecting Plant at Swindon, 201
  • Reconstruction of Cardiff General Station Signal-boxes, (349)
  • Shoes of Locomotives for Automatic Train Control, (43)
  • Sleeper Yard at Hayes, Enlargement of, (273)
  • Statistics Relating to Ways and Works, (247)
  • Summer Services, Accelerations in, (575)
  • Wagons, Delivery of 20-ton All-steel, (651)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway
  • Annual Report, Statistics, (247)
  • Belfast to Portrush and Londonderry, Cut-off on Line from, (624)
  • Brake Vans, Six-wheeled Steel, 125
  • British Steel for 596 Miles of Track, (299)
  • Buckley Bank Bridge Replaced After being in Service for nearly 100 Years, (551)
  • Closing of Lime-street Hotel, Liverpool, (375)
  • Compound Locomotives on L.M.S., F. W. Brewer, 421
  • Electric Traction, Twenty-five Years of. (375)
  • Express Freight Service from London to Liverpool Speeded Up, (93)
  • Freight Vehicles and Containers, Building Programme for, (501)
  • Freight Train Speeding-up, (349)
  • Leek and Manifold Light Railway, Closing of, (349)
  • Motor Coaches, Extended Use of Self-propelled, (501)
  • Named Expresses in Scotland, (477)
  • No Dividend on Ordinary Stock for 1932, (169)
  • Oil Locomotives, Extensive Trials of, (436)
  • Preservation of Saloon Coach Used by Queen Victoria, (299)
  • Punctuality of Passenger and Freight Trains, (401)
  • Rail Coach Service to Birmingham, (169)
  • Railhead Distribution of Goods Traffic. St. Pancras Depot, (69)
  • Railway Station Named " Besses-o'-thc-Barn " After Famous Band, (69)
  • " Royal Scot " Express Train Shipped to America, (375)
  • " Royal Scot," No. 6100 Sent to Chicago World's Fair, (323)
  • Signalling Economies in 1932, (323)
  • Track Upkeep Programme for 1933, (273)
  • " Warehouse on Wheels," Extension of Services, (169)
  • Water Softeners Installed Between London and Carlisle, Twenty-eight, (551)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway
  • Agitation for Improved Railway Facilities in Clacton Area, (551)
  • Coal Export from Grimsby Docks, Improvement of Facilities, (625)
  • Effect of Tariff Policy, (451)
  • Electro-magnetic Rail Brakes at White moor Yard Completed, (221)
  • Fish-plates with Two-bolt Holes, Short, (69)
  • Hood-lighting for Railway Gangs, (117)
  • Liverpool-street Station and Suburban Working, Mr. F. V. Russell, and, (323)
  • Motor Compressor Unit for Pressure Brakes on Electric Trains, 203
  • Motor Compressor Unit, Reavell and Co., Ltd., 203
  • Railways and Trade Depression, (375)
  • Report for 1932, Statistics, (323)
  • Re-signalling of Line Between York acid Northallerton, (477)
  • Russell, Mr. F. V., Retirement of, (73)
  • Track-laying Machine, Fast Working of Morris, (299), (525)
  • Train Improvements on Great Eastern Section, (93)
  • Water Softening Plants Installed on Many Depots, (399) 1Velded Wagon Underframes, Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., 600
  • Southern Railway
  • Annual Report for 1932, (220)
  • Channel Islands"fraffic, June, September. 1932, (15)
  • Coal Traffic, Increase in, (143)
  • Divisional Engineer's Department, Re-arrangement of, (69)
  • Economies in Manufacture and Maintenance, (477)
  • Exeter Central Station, Opening of, (601)
  • Rail Bus for Brighton-Devil's Dyke Service, (323)
  • Retirement of Mr. R. W. Ilowdney, (601)
  • South Signal Box at Brighton Built in 1883, (69)
  • Southampton's Graving Dock to be Opened by H.M. the King, (247)
  • Train Ferry between Dover and Continent, (15)
  • Work during Last Decade, (169)
  • Underground Railways
  • Extension to Enfield West Ready, (221)
  • Piccadilly Tube Extensions Opened, 272
  • Prince of Wales Visits Piccadilly Section Extensions, (169)
  • Reconstruction of Holborn Station, (525)
  • Ministry of Transport
  • Appointment of Hon. Oliver Stanley as Minister of Transport, (227)
  • Electrification in London Suburban Area by L.M.S. and L.N.E. Railways, (221)
  • Motion for Dissolution Before House of Lords, (198)
  • Pooling of Competitive Trallic, (425)
  • Railway Pooling Schemes, (299)
  • Railway Statistics for September, 1932, (43); November, 1932, (221); December, 1932, (323); January, 1933, (425);
  • March, 1933, (601), (651)
  • Resignation of Mr. P. J. Pybus, (227)
  • Road and Rail Traffic Bill, (375)
  • Tramcars, Speed Limit of, (425)
  • Tramway Returns, 1931, (43)

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE MATTERS

  • American Locomotive Development, 633
  • American View of " Royal Scot," P. T. Warner, 554
  • Booster for L. and N.E. Railway Locomotives, Reversible, J. Stone and Co., Ltd., 4
  • Compound Locomotives on L.M.S., F. W. Brewer, 421
  • Condensing Locomotives for Argentine Railways, Henschel and Son, 4
  • Double Six-wheeled Bogie Oil-electric Locomotive on P.L.M. for Shunting at Paris Terminus, (323)
  • Electric Locomotive Suspension, High-speed, F. L. Baxter, 380
  • Electric Petrol-engined Locomotives, 300
  • H.P., English Electric Company, Ltd., 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Electrification versus Steam Locomotive, J. G. H. Warren on Success of, (43)
  • Engine Hours and Non-productive Work on British Railways, (525)
  • French State Railways and Electric Welding for Locomotive Fire-boxes, (143)
  • Locomotive, Bermuda Railway Motor Freight, Drewry Car Company, Ltd., 151
  • Locomotive, Fifty-cycle " Kando " Single-phase, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 11, 12, 13
  • Locomotive, Heavy Oil Shunting, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 5 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Locomotive, 270 B.H.P. Oil-electric, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 533
  • Locomotive Crank Pins, Nitralloy, (43)
  • Locomotive for China, " Mikado " Freight, Nasmyth, Wilson and Co., Ltd., 4
  • Locomotive for Etat Section, French State Railways, Mountain Typo, 507
  • Locomotive for Russia, Boyer-Garratt, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd., 4 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Locomotives on Great Northern Railway of Ireland, (349)
  • Locomotive Repairs on the Railways, (401)
  • Locomotive Type Boilers of Nickel Steel on German State Railways, (273)
  • Locomotives at Lugansk, U.S.S.R., Annual Production of, (247)
  • Locomotive Wheel Drops on L.M.S. Railway, 320, 324
  • Locomotives, L.M.S. Saddle-tank, Kitson and Co., Ltd., 151
  • " Mikado " Freight Locomotive for China. 2-8-2, Nasmyth, Wilson, 4, 200
  • Oil-electric Cars on German State Railways, (299)
  • Oil-electric Express Train for San Paulo Railway, Brazil, (143)
  • Oil-electric Locomotives in America, 409
  • Oil-electric Rail-car " Flying Hamburger," Regular Service of, (375)
  • Oil Locomotive, 150 B.H.P., Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 240
  • Oil-electric Locomotive for Dagenham, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 5 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Oil-engine Locomotives, Number Constructed Since 1913, (15)
  • Oil Shunting Locomotives, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 6
  • " Pacific " Locomotive for French Nord Railway, (651)
  • Rail Coach, Armstrong Oil-electric, 229
  • Six-coupled Locomotives, History of, 301
  • South African Railways, Locomotive and Rolling Stock Lubrication, (477)
  • Three-cylinder Compound Locomotive, G.N. (Ireland) Railway, George T. Glover, Beyer, Peacock and Co., Ltd.. 4, 98 (Two-page Supplement, January 27th, 1933)
  • Trans-Persian Railway Scheme, 455
  • Wheel Drops, Locomotive, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 320, 324
  • RAMMER, Internal Combustion, Pegson, Ltd., B.I.F., 187
  • Rams Operated by Oil in Hydraulic Stoker, (501)
  • Rapeseed Oil as Lubricant for Cold Drawing of Bronze Electrical Wire, (451)
  • Rayon Waste, Treatment of, 550
  • Rectifier, Copper-oxide, (143)
  • Recuperator Service, Low-nickel High-chromium Alloys and High-nickel-chromium Alloys in, (93)
  • Refrigerating Coils, Testing Tubing for, (15)
  • Refrigerating System for Ships, Dr. A. J. M. Smith, (322)
  • Refuge Bollard, General Electric Company, Ltd., 408
  • Refuse, Calorific Value of Household, (299)
  • Reindeer Meat from Canada, (451)
  • Removing Broken Studs by Welding Metal to Broken Head, (477)
  • Research and Development, Lecture by Sir Harold Carpenter, (462)
  • Reservoir, Opening of Silent Valley, 541
  • Resin, Isoelectric Plant for Synthetic, Kestnor Evaporator and Engineering Company, Ltd., 570
  • Resin, Synthetic, (451)
  • Resins, Synthetic, A. E. Williams, 569
  • Rice Cultivation in Russia, (323)
  • Rings, Piston and Packing, Dermatino Company, Ltd., B.I.F., (244)

ROADS:

  • Casualties on the Road, W. M. Gracie, (349)
  • Concrete Road Construction, System for, Capt. D. G. McLea, 202
  • Damage to Roads by Motor Vehicles, (477)
  • Highway, Progress on Trans-Canada, (273)
  • Road and Rail Traffic Bill Road Second Time, (477)
  • Road and Rail Traffic, Government Bill for, 400
  • Road Construction in Rhode Island, Dynamite Used to Remove Mud, (625)
  • Road Improvement Over San Bernardino Pass, (93)
  • Road Machinery in U.S.A., Expenditure on, (247)
  • Roadmaking in Australia, Natural Surface of Soil Baked in Place for, (299)
  • Road-rail Controversy, (93)
  • Road-rail Question, Mr. J. H. Thomas on, (221)
  • Road Surfacing Materials in Nova Scotia, (625)
  • Road Traffic Act Inquiry, (169)
  • Road Transport, A Pioneer's Work in, Colonel I. E. Crompton, 304
  • Road Vehicle, German State Railways and Double-bogie, (525)
  • Roads, Iron, Stanton Ironworks Company, Ltd., 408
  • Turnpike Roads Crossing Railway Lines, Legislation and, (451)
  • Wool Used for Road-making in N.S.W., (273)
  • ROBERTSON, Field-Marshal Sir William, Interest in Traffic Concerns, (189)
  • Rock Temperature in Gold Mining, (625)
  • Rocket Motor for Aeronautical Propulsion, Nobel, (501)
  • Roller, Hand-guided Motor, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, ii
  • Roller, Petrol-driven Motor, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., B.I.P. Suppt., 17.2.33, ii
  • Roller, 24-ton Motor, Wallis and Steovons, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, i
  • Roller, 10-ton Motor, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, i
  • Rolling Mill at Mariupol Metal Works, Soviet Union, First Pipe, (457)
  • Rolling Mills, Plant Extensions at Rise Carr, Darlington Rolling Mills, Ltd., 652, 662
  • Rolls for Moulding Powders, Steam-heated, F. Shaw and Co., Ltd., 570, 572
  • Roof of 17 Acres to Cover Dam in Western Australia, (221)
  • Rotary Tillage of the Soil, (117)
  • Roto Mill, Holman Brothers, Ltd., 532
  • Royal Corps of Naval Constructors, Annual Dinner, 150
  • Rubber, " Dickrope " Endless, It. and J. Dick, Ltd., R.I.P., (244)
  • Rubber for Marking Traffic Control Lines,
  • Arrows and Letters, (247)
  • Rubber for Street Traffic Pylons, (651)
  • Rule, " Novson " Tangraph, G. Cussons, Ltd., 178
  • Russian Production Plan for 1933, (247)
  • Rustless Castings and Stampings by Sherardizing Process, (477)

S

  • SACKS Treated with Cement Used for Building Materials, (501)
  • " Safety First " by Loud-speaker in Mines, (117)
  • Safety First Council Awards, London, (525)
  • Safety Valve Areas, Board of Trade Rules for, 500
  • Salvage of Vessel Wrecked off Tunisian Coast Twenty Years Ago, (195)
  • Salt Field in Saskatchewan, (93)
  • Salt Production in Great Britain, 1930, (143)
  • Sand Dryer, Oil-fired, Constructional Engineering Company, Ltd., 532
  • Sand in Timber, Cutting Edges and, (451)
  • Sand Mixing Mill, Pneulec, Ltd., B.I.F., 213
  • Sand Pump Dredging the Bar of the River Gironde, 340
  • Sanding Surfaces of Roads, Device for, (273)
  • Saw, " New Manchester," E. G. Herbert, Ltd., 176
  • Saw Sharpener, S. Russell and Sons, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iv
  • Sawing Machine, " Hydrofeed " Cold, S. Russell and Sons, Ltd., B.1. F. 24.2.33, iv
  • Scaling Tool, Air Motor-driven, F. Oilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, viii
  • Scapa Flow, Salvage of German Ships at, (501)
  • Scapa Flow, Ten Remaining Warships not to Raised, (299)
  • Scholarships in Electrical Engineering, 486
  • Scholarships Offered by Manchester City Council, (462)
  • Science Museum, Advisory Council's Report, 591
  • Science Museum, Brigadier E. E. Buckland Mackintosh Appointed Director and Secretary, (651)
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, Annual Report of Department of, 244

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS : (See also Electrical Matters)

  • Air Current Apparatus, " Schlieren," General Electric Company, Ltd., 37
  • Calorimeter, Griffin-Sutton Bomb, Griffin and Tatlock, Ltd., 66
  • Dial, Stroke Control, Butler Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 53
  • Distant Control and Indicating Mechanism, Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw and T. E. Beacham, 620
  • Earth Tester, " Megger," Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., 38, 39
  • Electric Gauge for Checking Diameters, (299)
  • Electrical Instruments, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 177
  • Electrical Instruments at Dunston Power Station, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 164
  • Fatigue Testing Machine for Wire, Professor B. P. Haigh, 620
  • Flow Meter, Ring Balance, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, Ltd., 558
  • Indicators, Thermally Operated, Maximum Demand, Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., 90
  • Instruments at Dunston Power Station, Electroflo Meter Company, 164
  • Insulating Testing Set, Record Electrical Company, Ltd., 90
  • Level Indicators, Transmitter for, Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., 39
  • Low-pressure Gas-flow Recorder, George Kent, Ltd., B.I.F., 187
  • Measuring Machine, Orcutt Involute, Gear Grinding Company, Ltd., 408
  • Meter, Moisture, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., 65
  • Monochrometor for Selection and Measurement of Light, (221)
  • Oscillator, Precision Heterodyne, Post Office Engineering Research Station, 91
  • Power Factor Finder and Circuit Analyser, Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 65
  • Pyrometer, Electrical, Negrotti and Zatnbra, 358
  • Pyrometer, Electrical Recording, Electroflo Meters, Ltd., B.I.P. Suppt., 17. 2. 33, v
  • Pyrometers, Thermo-electric, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., Bd. F., 188
  • Recorder, Combined Temperature and Humidity, Cambridge Instrument, Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 188
  • Safe Load Indicator for Cranes, " Wylie," Butters Brothers, and Co., 176
  • " Siccometer " for Continuous Measurement of Moisture Content by Paper Passing Through Paper-making Machines, (477)
  • Smoke Detecting Apparatus, Automatic Light Control, Ltd., 606, 607
  • " Sound Meter," Western Electric Company, (143)
  • " Sparkograph," (43)
  • Speed Indicators, Railway and Road, Everett, Edgecumbe and Co., Ltd., 64
  • Starter " Across the Line " Push-button, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 65
  • Switch, " Hudco " Superimposed Reversible, Robert Hudson, Ltd., B.1. F. Suppt., [7.2.33, viii
  • Temperature Control, Compressed Air System for, Negretti and Zambra, 91
  • Temperature Controller, Automatic, Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 66
  • Temperature Controller, Thermo-couple, Negretti and Zambra, 90
  • Temperature Regulator, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, Ltd., 659
  • Tensometer, Hounsfield, Tensometer, Ltd., B.I.F., 166, 167
  • Thread Recorder (Model B), Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 188
  • Track Depression, Instrument Attached to Locomotive Wheels Detects, (273), (477)
  • Turbidity Indicator, Radiovisor Patent, Ltd., 608
  • Vacuum Tube Oscillator for Detection of Flaws and Cracks, (247)
  • Voltmeter, Electrostatic, Ferranti, Ltd., 38
  • Voltmeter, Harmonic, Everett, Edgecumbe and Co., Ltd., 64
  • Water Level Indicator, Bi-colour, Sir John Dewrance, 620
  • Water Level Indicator, Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., 39
  • Wear Testing Machine, Amsler, Fink's Experiments, (477)
  • Weigher, " Reform " Automatic, Henry Simon, Ltd., and Turbine Gears, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, v
  • SCOTTISH Trade Mission to Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland, (575)
  • Screen, " Livewire " Vibrating, Pegson, Ltd., B.I.F., 187
  • Severn Barrage, 265, 317; (Leader, 275, 325); Committee's Report, 265; (Leader, 275);
  • Protest by Newport Harbour Commissioners, (525); Model Experiments, Reports by
  • Professor A. H. Gibson, 623, 626; (Leader, 627)
  • Sewage Sludge Steamer " Mancunian," Ferguson Brothers (Port-Glasgow), Ltd., 280
  • Sewerage Scheme, West Middlesex, 274, 279
  • Sewerage Scheme for Toronto, (625)
  • Shadowgraph at Greenwich Night Pageant, 630
  • Shaft Sinking on Rand, Record, (333)
  • Shakudo, Japanese Alloy, (551)
  • Shaft Sinking by Freezing at Swansea Power Station, W. L. Lowe-Brown, 516, 526
  • Sheffield's Special Steel Week, (551)
  • Shell Supplies and Armament Firms, R. H. Carpmael, 555

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING

  • Liners and Miscellaneous Vessels
  • " Aquitania " Leaves Southampton After Overhaul by Thornycrofts, (43)
  • " Arcadian " Sold to Japanese Ship-breakers, Royal Mail Lines, Ltd., (69)
  • " Atlantique," Loss of French Liner, 46
  • " Atlantique." Docking of Hull of, (655)
  • Block-ship " Livonian " Removed from Dover Harbour, (525)
  • " Bremen " Berthed at Southampton, N.L. Liner, (501)
  • Cargo Steamship " Fiona," Caledon Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 508
  • Dredger " Foremost Scot "—Correction (79)
  • Dredger, Six-yard Dipper, Fleming and Ferguson, Ltd., 532
  • Electrical Propulsion of Vessels, Technical Committee of Lloyd's Register, (551)
  • " Europa's " Commander, Captain Oscar Sharf, (93)
  • Ferry Steamers on Clyde, (625)
  • German Salvage Boat for Aeroplanes, (43)
  • Ice Breaker " Malyguin," Effort to Save, (299)
  • Italian Liner " Conti di Savoia," Atlantic Record Claimed by, (551)
  • Modem Cargo Steamers, J. Johnson, 369, 372
  • Motor Cargo Vessel Laid Down at Wallsend for Open Sale, (43)
  • Motor Liner " Cariba," Hamburg-American Line, 485
  • Motor Tug " John Wilson," Humphrey and Gray (Lighterage), Ltd., 76
  • M.V. " Reins del Pacifico," Efficiency of Engines, (625)
  • " Normandie," Difficulty in Port of St. Nazaire, (425)
  • Norway America Line's " Bergenfjord," Installation of Exhaust Turbines, (273)
  • " Olympic " Engine Overhaul Completed, (195)
  • Paddle Steamers for Clyde, Two, 591
  • " Queen of Bermuda," Quadruple-screw Turbo-electric Liner, Furness, Withy and Co., Ltd., 190, 191, 216, 222, 252
  • Funnel Arrangements of Turbo-electric Liner " Queen of Bermuda," 217;
  • Steering Gear, Brown, Brothers and Co., Ltd., 217; Record Run from New York to Bermuda, (425)
  • Reconditioning " Asturias " and " Alcantars," 565
  • Reconditioning of Ellerman Liners, 541, (600)
  • Reconditioning of Sir Robert Ropner and Co.'s Fleet, (651)
  • Sewage Sludge Steamer " Mancunian " for Manchester, Ferguson Brothers (Port-Glasgow), Ltd., 280
  • Sewage Sludge Steamer " Mancunian," Ferguson Brothers (Port-Glasgow), Ltd., 280
  • Steam Yacht " Rover " Sold to American Syndicate, (15)
  • Suction Dredger " Pierre Lefort," 340
  • Trawler " Marcella," Largest in World, (501)
  • Turbine Steamer " Britarmy," Maiden Trip, (625)
  • Turbo-electric Liner " Queen of Bermuda," Furness, Witby and Co., Vickers-Armstrong, Ltd., 159
  • Twin-screw Steamer for Fishguard and Waterford Route, Erith Roe Mechanical Stokers for, (601)
  • Miscellaneous :
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 68, 384
  • Rationalisation of Shipping, 565, 615
  • Ships, Electrical Wiring of, 386
  • Shipyard of Short Brothers, Sunderland, Closed for One Year, (425)
  • Speed of Cargo Ships, G. S. Baker, 217
  • Steamer Service between St. John, New Brunswick and Vancouver and Victoria, via Panama Canal, (143)
  • Train Ferry Steamers, Contracts for Three, (625)
  • Naval Matters :
  • BRITISH
  • H.M. Cruiser " Leander," 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • H.M. Destroyer " Daring," 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • H.M. Destroyer " Decoy " Handed Over to the Navy, (106)
  • H.M. Gunboat " Sandpiper " Shipped to Shanghai in Sections, (169)
  • H.M. Submarine " Swordfish," 6 (Suppletnent, January 6th, 1933)
  • H.M. Submarine " Thames," 6 (Supplement, January 6th, 1933); Oil Engines for, 226
  • FOREIGN :
  • Aircraft-cruiser " Gotland," Swedish, 7
  • French Destroyer " Cassard " Fastest Sea-going Vessel in World, (349)
  • German Armoured Ship " Deutschland," 636; Trials, (93)
  • Italian Cruiser " Armando-Diaz," Successful Trials of, (43)
  • Japanese Submarine " No. 68 " Launched, (651)
  • "Minas Gorses," Rebuilding by Thornycrofts of Brazilian Battleship, (640)
  • Portuguese Destroyer " Tezo Launched, (501)
  • Yugo-Slav Flotilla Leader " Dubrovnik," 7
  • SHOVELS, Tendency Towards Smaller, (43)
  • Shoe Production in Moscow Factory, (349)
  • Silicate of Soda Plant at Toronto, (473)
  • Sisal Hemp Ropes for Admiralty's Requirements, (247)
  • Sixty Years Ago, 14, 47, 73, 97, 121, 147, 165, 199, 220, 251, 270, 298, 322, 348, 374, 404, 428, 455, 482, 500, 524, 545, 574, 610, 634, 655
  • Slide Rule, " Engineer-Commerce," A. G. Thornton, Ltd., 346
  • Sludge Digestion, Tanks for Separate, C. R. Zelzy, 281
  • Smoke Detection, A. Tyler, 606
  • Snakes and Engineers, (551)
  • Snow Plough on Midi Section of Electrified Toulouse-Barcelona Railway, (143)
  • Snowstorm of Friday, February 24th, 1933, (221)
  • Soap Cutter, Pendulum, Henry Simon, Ltd., and Turbine Gears, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iv, v
  • Soap Factory for Montreal, (551)
  • Sodium Chloride and Combustion in Lime Kilns, (375)
  • Sodium Chlorate as Weed Killer on French Railways, (323)
  • Soldering Iron Stand, Electric, (169)

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES

  • Beira Harbour Improvement, 42
  • Cape Town's Electricity Undertaking, 150
  • Cape Town's Power Supply, 584
  • Coal, 150
  • Durban's Electrical Engineer, Mr. S. A. West, 42
  • Electric Railway Development, 584
  • Germiston Sewerage, 42
  • Greater Rand, 42
  • Johannesburg's Electricity Supply, 486
  • Johannesburg's Tramways, 256
  • Lighting and Sewerage Schemes, 584
  • Meat Chilling Plant, 584
  • Municipal Schemes, 256
  • Natal Main Line, Double Tracking, 256
  • Pretoria Electricity Extensions, 486
  • Railway Earnings, 150
  • Rhodesia's Railway Outlets, 42
  • Rhodesian Gold Mines, 150
  • Salt River Power Station Extensions, 42
  • Sleepers, Cost of Union, 256
  • South African Iron and Steel Corporation, 486
  • South African Railways, 486
  • S.A. Railways, General Manager Retires, 207
  • Southern Rhodesian Mining, 486
  • Synchronous Condensers, 256
  • Transvaal Gold Production, 486
  • Union's Powerful Locomotives, 257
  • Water for Witwatersrand, More, 486
  • SPAIN and the Degree of " Engineer," 382
  • Speed Limit of L.C.C. Tramways, (501)
  • Speed of Vehicles Fitted with Solid and Pneumatic Tires, (601)
  • Speed Record Broken by Sir Malcolm Campbell, Land, (221)
  • Spherical Surfaces, Method of Turning, Mann Instrument Company, 14
  • Stabilising Rustless Steel Alloys, (501)
  • Steam from Volcanic Wells of Tuscany, (501)
  • Steam-raising Plant of Ontario Paper Company, (625)
  • Steam Wagons, Demonstration at Victoria Tower, (349)
  • Steel Wire Rope for Aerial Ropeway in Midlands, (477)
  • Sterilising Machine, G. A. Harvey and Co. (London), Ltd., B.I.F., 243
  • Stokers at Battersea Power Station, Retort, Taylor Stoker Company, 499
  • Stokers for Colthrop Board Mills, Edward Bennis and Co., Ltd., 573
  • Stores Department Accounting, Andrew Miller, 519
  • Stores Department, Organising the, G. W. Tripp, 379

STREET TRAFFIC SIGNALS

  • Police and Street Traffic Signals, (575)
  • Street Signals, Oxford-street to Kingsway Automatic, (169)
  • Street Traffic Signals, Pedestrians and, (501)
  • Street Traffic Signals in London, (349)
  • Traffic Signals in Manchester, Time-controlled, (601)
  • STRIP, Continuous Rolling of Hot and Cold, (551)
  • Strip Mill, Two-high Cold Rolling, Brookes (Oldbury), B.I.F., 241
  • Subway at Grimsby, (425)
  • Suction Gas for Vehicles in Chili, (43)
  • Sulphur Factory at Darien, (117)
  • Sulphur from Waste Gases, Recovery of, (349)
  • Sulphuric Acid Plant in China, (43)
  • Superheaters, Heat Transference in, T. B. Morley, 108
  • Superphosphates and Sulphuric Acid Plant in Egypt, (451)

SUPPLEMENTS

  • Annual Reviews (Eight-page Supplement, January 6th, 1933)
  • Aswan Dam, Second Heightening of (Two-page Supplement, June 2nd, 1933)
  • Blackburn Meadows Power Station (Two-page Supplement, April 7th, 1933)
  • British Industries Fair at Birmingham (Eight-page Supplements, February 17th and 24th, 1933)
  • Great Northern Railway (Ireland), Three-cylinder Compound Express Locomotive (Two-page Supplement, January 27th, 1933)
  • Moving Forms Applied to the Construction of Reinforced Concrete Buildings (Two-page Supplement, February 10th, 1933)
  • THE METALLURGIST (Sixteen-page Supplement, February 24th, 1933; April 28th, 1933; and June 30th, 1933)

T

  • TANK, 2500-gallon Petrol, Thompson Brothers (Bilston), Ltd., 100
  • Tannic Acid for Burns and Scalds, (169)
  • Tar for Road Making, Current of Chlorine Gas Improves, (651)
  • Tar Oil for Diesel Engines, (143)
  • Tariffs and Steel Industry, Sir John Beale, 605
  • Technical Education, The Government and International Bureau of, (551)
  • Technocracy, Mr. Van Daventer, 177

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY

  • Automatic Telephone Exchange. " Advance," Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd., 228
  • Carrier Wave Telephony on the Railways, (375)
  • Manitoba Telephone Building, Metal Under-floor Ducts in, (375)
  • Telegraphs on Turbo-electric Liner, " Queen of Bermuda," Siemens Brothers, 216, 222
  • Telephone and Telegraph Poles from Canada, (349)
  • Telephone Calls in London Area, 1932, (117)
  • Telephone Communication on Grampian Hydro-Electric Works, (323)
  • Telephone Switchboard, Rural, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I. F., 216
  • Telephones and the Population in Various Countries, (43)
  • Telephonic Communication in Southern Kiangsu, (117)
  • Testing Wiped Joints with Gas, (247)
  • " TELL-TALE " Light for Motor Passenger Vehicles, (117)
  • Tellurium-lead in Form of Sheets and Pipes, (501)
  • Temperature Effects, Research at Watford, (375)
  • Temperature in Pre-combustion Chamber of Heavy Oil Engines, (501)
  • Terry, Herbert, and Sons, Ltd., Works' Annual Outing, (650)
  • Testing, Non-destructive, 301
  • Testing Machine, 500-ton Compression, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 151
  • Testing Steel Wires at University of Sheffield, Report, (477)
  • Testing Welded Joints in Pipe Coils, (525)
  • Tests on Effect of Vegetation Cover on the Run-off and Erosion of Watershed Areas, (601)
  • Tests on Wear-resisting Qualities of Cast Iron, F. Heins and E. Piwowarsky, (625)
  • Textile Factory at Bradford, French Firm's, (117)
  • Textile Manufacture in Canada, British Firm and, (93)
  • " Things which Might have been Expressed More Technically," (103)
  • Thirty-hour Week, United States, 483
  • Threading Dies, High-speed Steel for, (169)
  • Tides in American Harbours, (117)
  • Timber, Dr. R. S. Troup, 615
  • Timber, Prevention of Distortion in, Use of Aluminium Paint, (247)
  • Timber Falsework for Concrete Bridge, (425)
  • Timber, Ignition and Combustion of, (299)
  • Timber, Preservation of, (221)
  • Timber Destruction by Marine Organisms, Australian Museum's Report, (15)
  • Timber of Canada, Available Hardwood, (221)
  • Timekeeper Factory at Moscow, Production of, (323)
  • Time-pressure Records and Speed of Flames, (349)
  • Tin and its Use in Metallic Paints, Investigation into, (581)
  • 'Fin Coatings by Various Methods, Research on, (525)
  • Tinning Compound, Soldo, B.I.F., (244)
  • Tin-plate Works of Broken Hill Proprietary Company, N.S.W., (425)
  • Tin Ore from Billiton to be Smelted in Holland, (375)
  • Tin-plate and Sheet Industry, Absorption of Displaced Labour in Welsh, (525)
  • Tower for Supporting Antenna of Radio Station at Washville, Tennessee, (117)
  • Traction, Steam, Electric, and Oil-electric, H. W. H. Richards, 282; (Leader, 276)
  • Tractors in White Russia, Repair of, (195)
  • Trade, Anglo-German, Association Formed, (560)
  • Trade Commissioner n South Africa, Visit to England of H. M. Senior, (69)
  • Tram Speed in London Area, (477)
  • Tramway Accident, Great Orme, Lieut. Colonel Anderson's Report, 141
  • Tramway Passengers in Great Britain During 1931-32, (15)
  • Transmission Line Crossing the Thames, 10
  • Transmission Line Towers, Earth Resistance Tests on, Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., 125
  • Transparent Paper Factory at Wigton, Cumberland, (69)
  • Transparent Wrapping Paper, Damp-proof, Factory at St. Helens, (451)
  • Transporter at Billingsgate Market, Fish Box, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 74
  • Trevithick Centenary Commemoration, 382
  • Trevithick Memorial Lecture, C. E. Inglis, F.R.S., 417, 442
  • Trackless Trolley Omnibuses and Passengers Carried During 1931-32, (15)
  • Trolley Omnibuses and Goods Trucks, Working on French Line, (477)
  • Trolley Omnibuses in Moscow and Leningrad, (43)
  • Trolley Omnibuses Replace Tramcars on Bloxwich Route, Walsall, (69)
  • Truck, " Lodemor " Petrol-driven Elevating Platform, Laycock Engineering Company, 75
  • Trucks, Auto-, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 242
  • Tube Failure in Water-tube Boiler, Board of Trade Report, (525)
  • Tubes, " Feroma," Chesterfield Tube Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 166
  • Tubular Scaffolding at Greenwich Pageant, 630
  • Tungsten Deposits in China, (451)
  • Tunnel, Opening of Mersey, (69)
  • Tunnel, Mersey, Use for Fast Motor Traffic Proposed, (143)
  • Tunnel between Dartford and Purfleet, Ministry of Health Conference, (43)
  • Tunnel Completed, Tanna, (625)
  • Tunnel in Galloway Hills for Glencoe Power Station, (43)
  • Tunnel Under Straits of Gibraltar, Projected, (625)
  • Tunnel 12.7 Miles Long for Colorado River Aqueduct, San Jacinto, (43)
  • Turbine Plant for Rio Cinca Scheme, Huesca, Spain, Boving and Co., Ltd., 160, 161
  • Turbine Plant for Russia, High-pressure, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 255
  • Turbines, Back-pressure, Brush Electrical Engineering Company, 608
  • Turbines for Hoover Dam, Tenders for, (375)
  • Turbines for Tummel Development, Water, Boving and Co., Ltd., 343, 350
  • Turbo-compressor Propels Motor Boat at. Leghorn, (425)
  • Turbo-generators, Midget, Belliss and Morcom, Ltd., 358
  • Turbo-generator Set for Russia in 1916 Found Near Moscow, 1933, (451)
  • Typewriter Factory for Qubec City, American Company's, (93)

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT, Economics and, The Lord Melchett, 458
  • Unemployment and Engineering, 73
  • Unemployment and the Forty-hour Week, 95
  • Unemployment During 1932—A Retrospect, 17
  • Unemployment of Professional Engineers, 47, 68
  • University College, London, Equipment of, (195)

V

  • VACUUM Produced by Means of Steam Jet, F. R: B. Watson, 192, 198
  • " Valmax " Valve Steel, Daniel Doncaster and Sons, Ltd., Bide., 214
  • Valve, " Bauer " Double-faced High-pressure Bryan Donkin Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 167
  • Valve, Booster, Tecalemit Ltd., B.I.F., 214
  • Valve Gear, Renaud, on French State Railways, Mountain Type Locomotive, 507
  • Valves, Motor-operated Butterfly and Mushroom, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, 38, 39
  • Vancouver Waterfront Improvements, (43)
  • Vapour from Creosote-propelled Omnibuses, (43)
  • Vehicles in America, Limits for Highway, 356
  • Viaduct , Jersey Meadows High-level, 402, 405
  • Vibration Frequencies, Professor R. W. Wood, (247)
  • Vice, Universal Bench, E. L. Youngleson, Ltd., 485
  • Viscose Transparent Paper, Swiss Firm to Manufacture, (43)

W

  • WAGE Reductions in France, 105
  • Wages Reductions on United States Railways, (15)
  • Wagons, 15-Ton Double-side Tipping, Robert Hudson, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, viii
  • Washer, Combination Spring, Richard Frischmuth, 509
  • Water, Non-uniform Flow of, Dr.-Ing. F. V. A. Engel, 392, 429, 456
  • Water and Contact with High-tension Wires, (551)
  • Water-gas Plant, Completely Automatic Carburetted, Power Gas Corporation, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Water Heating and Steam Raising Plant at Belfast, Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 76
  • Waterless Gasholder, Model of, Ashmore, Benson, Pease and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Sapp., 24.2.33, ii
  • Water Mill, Shetland, H. W. Dickinson and E. Straker, 298
  • Waterproof Birch Plywood, (383)
  • Waterproofing Casks and Wooden Containers, (501)
  • Water Pumping, Economies of, George Bransby Williams, 469
  • Water Softening, Research in, (425)
  • Water Softening Plant, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, ii
  • Water Sterilisation by Electrically Produced Ozone, (15)

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Silent Valley Reservoir Opened, (525)
  • Untreated Water for Industrial Purposes in Cleveland, U.S.A., (625)
  • Water Flow of Thames at Teddington, (43)
  • Water Main between Balmain and Goat Island, Sydney, (15)
  • Water Supply for Indian Gardens, Arizona, (15)
  • Water Supply for Sunderland and South Shields, (93)
  • Water Supply of London, Sir Alexander Houston s Report to Metropolitan Water Board on, 541
  • Water Tank on Tubular Column, (651)
  • Water Treatment for Locomotives, 649
  • Waterworks Completed at Calgary, (117)
  • Water Walls in Furnaces on Vessel increases Heating Surface, (625)
  • WATERWAY Connecting Moscow with Ufa, (349)
  • Watt, James, Memorial Institute at Birmingham, 1, (93) 491
  • Weed Killer in France, (575)
  • Weighing Machines, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., B.I.F., (244)
  • Weighing Machine for Montreal Harbour Board, 6-Ton Grain, W. and T. Avery, Ltd., 523

WELDING :

  • Arc Welded Lighter Launched at Brooklyn Navy Yard, (247)
  • Arc Welding for Six Million-gallon Water Tank, (558)
  • Arc Welding Generator, Improved, Pooley and Austin, 633
  • Arc Welding of Water Storage Tank at Milwaukee, (221)
  • Arc Welding Set, Single-operator, J. H. Holmes, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, iii
  • Arc Welding Transformer, Oorlikon Company, 599
  • Copper-hydrogen Welds, Tests on, (401)
  • Electric Arc Welding of Factory Framework, (349)
  • Electric Welding for Ships, 641
  • Electrio Welding Sets, G. D. Peters and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, i
  • Electric-arc Welding in Ships, Provisional Rules for, 591
  • Essentials of Good Welding, A. C. Walker, (97)
  • Permanent Way Welding, 550
  • Portable Electric Welding Sot, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 659
  • Shot Welding Tests for Air Ministry, Pressed Steel Company, (580)
  • Spot Welding, Automatic Control Goar for Use in, British Insulated Helsby, Ltd., 608
  • Use of Uncoated Wiro in Autogenous Welding, (551)
  • Welded Buildings, Construction of Multi-storied, (93)
  • Welded Construction, Success of, (401)
  • Welded Steel Charging Boxes in American Steel Works, (425)
  • Welded Steel Construction Compared with Iron and Steel Castings, (195)
  • Welded Steel Transmission Poles, Tests on, (169)
  • Welded Wagon Underframes on L.N.E.R., Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., 600
  • Welder, Continuous Spot, Holden and Hunt, B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, v
  • Welding, " Self -consuming Automatic, Champion Rivet Company, (195)
  • Welding Apparatus, Oxy-acetylene, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., B.I.F., (243)
  • Welding Machines, Electric Spot, A.E.G. Electric Company, 331
  • Welding Repairs for Locomotive Fire-boxes, Electric, (143)
  • Welding Apparatus, Murex Welding Processos, Ltd., B.I.F., 214
  • Welding Set, Three-operator, G. D. Peters and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, i
  • Welding Stern Frame in Position of Steamer " Lafian," Thermit Process Used for, (625)
  • Welds, Effect of Heat Treatment of, L. W. Schuster, 510
  • WELL Drilling in Mexico, (601)
  • Wells, Boring 10ft. Diameter, 123
  • West, Professor Charles Dickenson, Memorial Meeting in Tokio, 151
  • Whale Oil Production for Season, (221)
  • Wheels, Optimum Diameter of Driving, Professor W. E. Dalby, F.R.S., 135
  • " White " Combined Marine Reciprocating Engine and Exhaust Turbine, 41
  • White Metal and Other Scrap Reclamation on South African Railways, (299)
  • White Metal Bearing Alloys, Research, 329
  • White Paint on Iron, Formation of BluiMh or Violet Specks in, (195)
  • Wind Tunnel at National Physical Laboratory, 268, 291
  • Wind Tunnel Tests for Locomotive Models, Canadian National Railways, 385
  • Wire Chain Making Machine, Automatic, Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., B.I.F., 241
  • Wire-drawing Machines, Sir James Farmer, Norton and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 17.2.33, iii
  • Wire-forming Machine, Automatic, James Ward (Worcester), Ltd., 60, 61, 70; (Note, 129)
  • Wire Rod Mill at Irlam, (43)
  • Wire Stranding Machine, Whiteeross Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 24.2.33, viii

WIRELESS :

  • Aerial Array at Daventry for West ic., Wireless Services, 10, 12
  • Aerial Masts at Wychbold, 700 ft., (143)
  • British Broadcasting Corporation High-power Transmitter, Marconi Company, 75
  • Broadcasting, Norwegian Government, 1.,take over National, (93)
  • Broadcasting Station at Madrid, (451)
  • Broadcasting Station in Russia, Most Powerful, (299)
  • Direct Wireless Beam Telegraphic Service Between Bombay and Japan, (101)
  • Japan's Wireless Telephone Company, (117)
  • Micro-wave Wireless Telephone Service Between Vatican City and the Palace of His Holiness the Popo, (169)
  • Radio-acoustic Ranging, (117)
  • Radio Manufacturers Guard their Laboratories, (651)
  • Radio Research, Unification of, 491
  • Wireless Beacon on Irish Lightship " Comet," Marconi Automatic, (143)
  • Wireless Direction Finder and Ships' Hull, (401)
  • Wireless Industry in America, (323)
  • Wireless Station at Kurumo City, Largest in tho Orient, (477)
  • Wireless Station at Milnerton, South Airier', (551)
  • Wireless Transmitter and Receiver, " Micro " Wave, Marconi Company, Ltd., 90
  • NVireloss Valve, Water-cooled, Marconi Company, 75
  • WOOD Preservation, Methods of, (16)
  • Wooden Shingles as Roof Coverings, (117)
  • Woodworking Tools Tipped with Tungsten -carbide, (247)
  • Workpeople's Welfare, (169)
  • Works at Coventry, A. C. Wickman, Ltd., (300)
  • Works of Tube Products, Ltd., Oldbury, 88, 89
  • World Power Conference, Sectional Meeting in Scandinavia, 151
  • World Power Conference, A Correction, (285)
  • World Power Conference at Copenhagen, (425)
  • World Power Conference, English Delegates to, (477)
  • Wringers and Washing Machine Factory at Erdington, (375)

X

  • X-RAY Examinations of Hoover Dam Penstocks, (461)
  • X-ray Laboratory, Industrial, Philips Metalix„ 583
  • X-ray Tube for Morey Hospital, Cliieago, G.H.C., 800,000-volt, (273)

Z

  • ZEPPELIN Base in Barcelona Abandoned, (299)
  • Zeppelin to Hold Fifty Passengers, (93)
  • Zino Covering to Protect Rivet. Heads Against Corrosion, (195)
  • Zuider Zoo, Reclamation of, Mr. V. J. P. de Blocq, Lecture in Aid of King Edward's Hospital Fund, (205)

A Seven Day Journal

A

  • ADMIRALTY Orders for 1932 Naval Programme, 133
  • Aerodrome, Liner " Westfalen," as Floating, 209
  • Air Speed Record, 365
  • "Akron" Disaster, United States Naval Airship, 339
  • America's Cargo Ships, 415
  • American Aircraft for R.A.F., 33
  • Applied Mechanics, Congress for, 591
  • Appointment at Heriot-Watt College, 415
  • Arcform Ships, Sir Joseph Isherwood's, 133
  • Arrol, Sir William, and Co., Ltd., Annual General Meeting, 289
  • Asphalte, 69
  • "Asturias" and "Alcantara," Reconditioning of, 565
  • " Atlantique, L'," Fire on French Liner, 1, 133;
  • Claim for Removal of, 289; Insurance Claim, 365; St. Nazairo Dry Docking of, 591
  • Autogiro, Latest, 441
  • Aveling and Porter, Ltd., Move to Grantham, 615

B

  • BARCLAY, Curie's Dock, 83
  • Barking Power Station Extensions, 280
  • Barton Airport, 237
  • Birthday Honours, 565
  • Boiler Accident at Manchester Chemical Works, Unusual, 263
  • Brentford Docks, 263
  • Bridge, Contract for Double-track Railway, Nerbudda River, 339
  • Bridge at Storstrom, Denmark, 415
  • Bridge Building, 491; (Leader, 503) 13ridge Reconstruction in Glasgow, :33
  • Britain's Industrial Position, 33
  • British Air Disaster, 313
  • British Aircraft Mark, 515
  • British Copper Refining, :313
  • B.E.A.M.A. Research Association, 185
  • British Electrical Development Association, 565
  • British Fuel for Britain, 491
  • British Industries Fair, 565
  • British Kromhout Oil Engines, 83
  • British Roads, 263
  • British Steel Industry, 83
  • Building Industries National Council, 133
  • Businesses, Small, 491

C

  • CARGO Liners, Two Motor, 365
  • Chamber of Shipping Annual Meeting, 185
  • Channel Cable, Additional. 641
  • Civil Aviation Subsidies, 615
  • Clyde Paddle Steamers, Two L.M.S., 591
  • Coal Industry, 209
  • Coal-oil for the Navy, 159
  • Coal Utilisation Council, 185
  • Coal Wagon Scheme, 20-ton. 107
  • Coastal Trade Development Council, 59, 415, 641
  • Cockburn, Andrew, Retirement from Chief Engineer of " Mauretania," 1
  • Coke Grading Plant at Chesterfield, 59
  • Colliery Explosion at Garswood Hall, 441
  • Commercial Exchanges, 415
  • Compagnie General Transatlantique, 339, 641
  • Coventry, Freedom of, Sir Alfred Herbert, 615
  • Crompton, Colonel R. E., Honour for, 263
  • Cunard Steamship Company, Ltd., 365
  • Cunarder, The, 185, 313

D

  • DISTRIBUTION, 133
  • Dockgate for Southampton, 391
  • Dover Harbour, 339
  • Duddoll Modal, 133
  • Duty on Copper, 83
  • Duty on Heavy Oils, Proposed, 441, 467, 541

E

  • EAST Coast Ports, 133
  • Eastleigh Sewerage Scheme. 33
  • Education for Commerce, 441
  • Electric Motor Developments, 107
  • Electric Welding for Ships, 541, 591
  • Electrically Welded Ship " Peter G. Campbell," 391
  • Electricity Grid, 59
  • Ellerman Reconditioning Scheme, 541
  • Engineering Industry, 391
  • Everest Flight, 107

F

  • F.B.I. and Civil Aviation, 185
  • F.B.I. and Industry, 169
  • F.B.I. and Taxation, 209
  • Finnioston Bridge, 59
  • Fire Testing Station, Manchester, 591
  • Foreign Liners at Southampton, 407
  • Forty-hour Week, 591
  • Foundry Trades Exhibition, 415
  • French Railway Accident, 565
  • French Railway Electrification. 313
  • French Shipbuilding, 365
  • Friends of Hamburg Tank, 615
  • Frozen Live Rails, 83
  • Fulham Power Station, 565

G

  • GALLOWAY Power Scheme, 1
  • Gasometer Explosion at Nounkirchen, 159
  • "Georgic" at Southampton, White Star Motor Liner, 33
  • Glasgow Subway, 313, (451)
  • Groat Western Railway's Air Service, 339, 515
  • Great Western Railway, Temple Meads Station. 641

H

  • HIGH•VOLTAGE Generation in South Afrien, 237
  • Hydro•electric Scheme on River Truyere, 591

I

  • INDUSTRIAL Italy, 83
  • Industrial Management. 33
  • Industrial Outlook, 467
  • Industrial Survey of Cumberland, 491
  • Industrial Survey of Lancashire, 365
  • Institute of Costs and Works Accountants, 441
  • Institution of Physics, Annual General Meeting, 641
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, 83
  • Interesting Appointment at Parkhoad Works, 59
  • Iraq Pipe Line, 209
  • Iron and Steel Industry, 289
  • Iron and Steel Institute, Appointment of Secretary, 185 1 ron and Steel Reorganisation, 313

J

  • "JONES Goods " Class Locomotives, Preservation of Historic, 263

K

  • KHEDIVE ISMAEL, lute Kasrel-Nil Bridge at Cairo, 565

L

  • LARKE, Sir William J., iron Industry, 289
  • Liners at Southampton, North German Lloyd, 209
  • Lloyd's Register Technical Committee, 441
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway's Additional Steamer, 339
  • London and North-Eastern Railway, 237
  • L.N.E. Railway Rolling Stock, 1933 Programme, 33
  • London Passenger Transport Board, 515, 641
  • London Power Company, 159
  • London Traffic Control, 391
  • London Transport, 641
  • 'London's Water Supply, :313, 541

M

  • MANCHESTER Ship Canal, 185
  • Mandi Hydro-electric Scheme. 263
  • Manufacturers and the Railways, 159
  • Means to Prosperity, J. M. Keynes, 289
  • Melchett Medal Award, 391
  • Mining and Fuel Research, 209
  • Moscow Arrests, 263, 289; Sentences, 391
  • Moscow Engineers' Return, 415
  • Motor Omnibus, The, 441

N

  • NATIONAL Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers, Annual General Meeting, 209
  • National Physical Laboratory, 641
  • National Union of Manufacturers, 615
  • Naval Orders Placed, 263
  • Nov Year Honours, 1
  • Newhaven-Dieppe Steamer " Brighton," 305
  • Nowlands, A., Retirement of, 491
  • Nut and Bolt Trade, Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds' Annual General Meeting, 59l

O

  • OIL Discharge at Sea, 515
  • Oils, Imported, 615
  • Olympia Extension Sehome, 185

P

  • PETROL from British Coal, 2:37
  • Photo Electric Cell Exhibition, 313
  • Piccadilly Traffic Signals, 515
  • Plastics, Future of, 615; (Leader, 627 )
  • President-elect of F.B.I., 59
  • Prices, Wholesale, 641
  • Profit Sharing, 1932, 615
  • Pulverised Fuel, 641
  • Pykara Water Power Development, 365

Q

  • QUEEN of Bermuda," Turbo-electric Liner , 159
  • Queen Victoria's Railway Saloon, Preservation at Derby, 1

R

  • RADIO Research, Unification of, 491
  • Railway Electrification in Italy, 33
  • Railway for Australia, Additional, 59
  • Railway Wages, 83, 133, 185, 237
  • Railway Wages Reports, 59
  • Rating of Atlantic Liners, 467
  • Rationalisation of Tonnage, 391, 415, 565, 615
  • Raynes Park Railway Disaster, 541
  • Recruitment for Employment, 515
  • Research and Railway Practice, 209
  • Road Design, 33
  • Rotterdam's 17,000-Ton Pontoon Dock, 591
  • R.A.F. Non-stop Flight, 159
  • Royal Institution and.Davy Faraday Research Laboratory, 491
  • " Royal Scot " in North America, 263
  • " Royal Scot " Locomotive for Chicago World's Fair, 209

S

  • SAFETY in Mines, 107
  • Salter Report, 133
  • San Francisco Bridge, 107
  • Science Museum, Advisory Council's Report, 691
  • Scientific Management Congress, 515
  • Scotch Boilers and Pulverised Coal, 107
  • Scottish Power Company's Annual General Meeting, 289
  • Severn Barrage Scheme, 237
  • Shaw, Savill and Albion Company, Ltd., Jubilee of, 1
  • Sheffield Electricity, 365
  • Shipbuilding and Labour Conference, 159
  • Shipbuilding Industry, 59, 107
  • Shipbuilding Prospects, Improved, 339
  • Shipping, Laid Up, 209
  • Ships for Breaking-up, Imported, 441
  • Silent Valley Reservoir Opened, 541
  • Smoke Abatement, 33
  • Southampton Graving Dock, 565
  • Southern Railway Company, 237, 515
  • Southern Railway Electric Trains, 391
  • Stanmore Oil Dock, 541
  • Steel Frame Buildings, 107
  • Steel Frame Buildings in London, 33
  • Surplus Tonnage, 159

T

  • TAXATION on Commercial Motor Vehicles, 237
  • Tees Bridge at Newport, near Middlesbrough, 467
  • Telephone Statistics, 83
  • Television Exhibition, 365
  • Temple Meads Station, Bristol, 641
  • Timber, 615
  • Trafalgar Square Traffic Signals, 339
  • Transmission Lines, 237
  • Trevithick, 415
  • Turbo-generator for Battersea, 415

U

  • UNDERWRITERS and Fires at Sea, 107
  • Unemployment Grants, 641
  • Unemployment .Relief Works, 159
  • Utilisation of Coal, 313

W

  • WAGONS for Mineral Transport, 441
  • Water Grid, Proposed, 467
  • Water Pollution, 289
  • Waterloo Bridge, 83, 133
  • Watt Memorial Institute at Birmingham, 1, 491
  • Welfare Work in Industry, 237
  • Western Regional Transmitter at. Washford Cross, Somerset, 467
  • Wholesale Prices, 641
  • World Petroleum Congress, 491

Y

  • YORKSHIRE Electric Power Company, Annual Meeting, 185

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