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A

  • Abitibi Canyon Power Development Scheme, 72, 78
  • Accles and Pollock, Ltd., Tubes, B.I.F. Suppt., February 16th, 1934, ii
  • Accles and Shelvoke, Ltd., Cable Spiking Gun, B.I.F., 194
  • Admiralty Engineering Laboratory, Air Flow Meter, 635
  • Airspeed, Ltd., " Courier " Passenger Carrier, 6, 8
  • Alexander, George H., Machinery, Ltd., A.B. Plate Gauges, B.I.F., 222; Rockwell " Superficial ' Hardness Tester, B.I.F., 222
  • Alexander, W., Supreme Vortex Dust Separator, 437
  • Allan, J. F., Scale Effect in Screw Propellers, 371
  • Allen, W. H., Sons, and Co., Ltd., High-speed Locomotive Type Oil Engine, 439; Pumping Plant at Brixton Pumping Station, 408; Turbine-driven Pump, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi 3in. Omniduktor Pump, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi; 50-kW Turbo-generator, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi; 150 B.H.P. Steam Engine, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, v
  • Allied Steel Scaffolding Co, Ltd., Tubular Scaffolding at Blythswood Shipbuilding Yard, 562
  • Alonso, J. Martin, A Buttress Dam, 269
  • Alpha Engineering Co, 21 B.H.P. Petrol Engine, 384
  • Alumilite, Gower Process for Colouring Aluminium, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i
  • American Rail Purchases, 262
  • American Railway Engineering Convention, 402
  • Andrade, Professor E. N. da C., Friction, 595
  • Anemostat (Scotland), Ltd., Ventilation Equipment at Parkhead Garage, 636
  • Apishapa River, Rook-filled Basket Cribbing on, 628
  • "Arcwear" Machinery for Steamship, 76, 77
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Constant Power Control for Oil-electric Locomotive, 79; Oil-electric Shunting Locomotive, 208; Run of " Universal " Oil Locomotive, 637; Sixty-seater Railbus, 8
  • Armstrong-Whitworth Stainless Steel Seaplane Floats, 48
  • Ashfield, Lord, Practical Aspects of the London Passenger Transport Problem, 243
  • Ashington Coal Cleaning Plant, Goodall, Clayton and Co., Ltd., 39, 44
  • Ashwell and Nesbit, Ltd., "Iron Fireman" for Furnace Charging, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iii " Runwell " Semi-rotary Wing Hand Pumps, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iii
  • Associated Equipment Co, Ltd., Express Railcars for G.W.R., 662
  • Aswan Dam, 56 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Audley Engineering Co, Ltd., Disc Valve, B.I.F., 223
  • Automatic Electric Co, Ltd., Control Room at Bristol, 52 .
  • Aveling and Porter, Ltd., Rollers, Road and Grass, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iv

B

  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., Babcock Style 28 Stoker, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i; Flash Welded Economiser Unit, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i; Oil Burner with Air Control Box, 13.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i; Plant at Barking Power Station, 115-121 (Two-page Supplement, February 2nd, 1934)
  • Bacon, Professor Frederic, Cracking and Fracture Caused by Fatigue and Corrosion, 634
  • Bagnall, W. G., Ltd., Oil-engined Locomotives for India, 536; 2-8-0 Locomotive for Udaipur Chitogarh Railway, India, 181 Bankside Power Station Control Room, 426
  • Barendrecht Lift Bridge, 580, 582
  • Barimar Ltd., Anti-corrodible Cylinder Liners, 437; Barimar Process for Repair of Scored Cylinders, 612; Welding Bells of Blythburgh Church, Suffolk, (338)
  • Barking Power Station, County of London Electric Supply Company, 115-121, 124, 144, 150, 168 (Two-page Supplement, February 2nd, 1934)
  • Barking Power Station, 75,000-kW Turbo-Alternator Set, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 10, 11, 14
  • Bastian and Allen, Ltd., Automatic Electric Boiler Plant in Factory, 259
  • Baxter, F. L., Locomotive Crank Axles, 646
  • Beauharnois Power Scheme, Generator Shafts for, English Steel Corporation, 130
  • Beche and Grohs, Double-tup Forging Hammer, 258
  • B.E.N. Patents, Ltd., " Pneumatic Twenty " Portable Spray Plant, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34,
  • Benjamin Electric, Ltd., Light Testing Equipment, (362)
  • Benson Boiler and Power Stations, Dr. F. Ohlmuller, 197
  • Kirks, F. M., Gasworks Practice, 432, 436, 460
  • Birmabright, Ltd., Corrosion Resisting Aluminium Alloy, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Birmingham Aluminium Castings Co (1903) Ltd., Light Pistons for Oil Engines, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Annealing Furnace, B.I.F., 195; Electric Furnaces, B.I.F., 195
  • Blackburn Meadows Power Station, 11 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Blackburn " Perth " Coastal Defence Flying Boat, 47
  • Boley, G., Precision Lathe, 274
  • Bragg, Sir William, Principles of Refrigeration, 477
  • Brazilian Central Railway Electrification, 653
  • " Brighton," Cross-Channel Steamer, 18, 19
  • Brimsdown Power Station, Extensions at, 378, 381 (Two-page Supplement, April 13th, 1934)
  • Bristol "Perseus" Air-cooled Sleeve Valve Engine, 46
  • Bristol "Phoenix" Air-cooled C.I. Engine, 46
  • Britannia Tube Co Ltd., Cold-drawn Steel Tubes, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • " British Coast," Husun Admiralty Echo Depth Indicator on Motor Coasting Vessel, 234
  • British Electric Welding Machines, Ltd., Auto-matic Flash Welder, B.I.F., 196; Wire Welder, B.I.F., 196
  • British Industries Fair, Birmingham, 192, 220 (Eight-page Supplement, February 16th, 1934) (Eight-page Supplement, February 23rd, 1934)
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Butt Welding Machine, 562
  • British Oil Burner Manufacturers' Association, Ltd., Formation of, 217
  • British Oxygen Co, Ltd., Portable Straight Line Oxy-Acetylene Cutter, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i; Welding Apparatus, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i; 1000 B.H.P. Oil Engine, Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 50
  • British Sangamo Co, Ltd., Polyphase kW-hour Meter, B.I.F., 220; Single-phase Watt-hour Meter, B.I.F., 220
  • British Smoke Eliminator, Ltd., Reduction of Boiler Smoke, 439
  • British Tabulating Machine Co Ltd., the Hollerith Tabulator, 101 (Two-page Supplement, January 26th, 1934)
  • British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., Fractional Horse-power Geared Motor Units, 412; Geared Electric Motor Units, 158; Mazda Morcra Lamp, B.I.F., 195; Pressure and Float Switches, 463; Protective Panels for Crane Motors, 563; Simple Radiation Relay, 37; Thyratron - controlled Spot Welder, 36; Turbo-alternators in Paper Mills, 209; 75-kVA Mining Transformers, 438; 75,000-kW Turbo-generators at Barking Power Station, 144, 145
  • British Trane Co, " Univectairs " in Food Factory, 612
  • Brixton Pumping Station, Pumping Plant by W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 408
  • Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., Four-high Cold Strip Rolling Mill, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, ii; Guillotine Shears, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, ii
  • Broughton, H. H., Moving Forms for Concrete Construction, 451
  • Brown, C. A. Cameron, Pumps for Deep Farm Wells, 638
  • Brown, David, and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., Two Helical Gear Wheels, 385
  • Bruce Peebles and Co, Ltd., Rectifier for Battery Charging, 513
  • Bruntons (Musselburgh), Ltd., Wire Bend-testing Machine, 234
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co, Ltd., 2500-kW Motor Converters, 106
  • Burgin, Dr. E. L., Address to London Iron and Steel Exchange, " Place of Iron and Steel in Trade Recovery," 595
  • Burrard Bridge, Vancouver, 23
  • Burns Philp Liner " Malaita," 18 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)

C

  • Callender Electrical Transmission Research Laboratories, 656, 659
  • Callenders Cable and Construction Co, Ltd., Cable Laying in Rural Districts, 654
  • Cambridge Instrument Co, Ltd., CO2 Metering Unit, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii; Gas Testing Apparatus, 37; High-speed Cathode Ray Oscillograph, :37; Portable Pressure Recorder, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii; Scientific Instruments, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii
  • Cambridge University Engineering Department, Time Effect in Testing Metals, H. Quinney, 332
  • Canning, W., and Co., Ltd., Gas-heated Circulator, B.I.F., 193; " Quickstone " Plating Barrel, B.1.F., 193
  • Carron Co, Ltd., Drop Forgings, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Catterson Smith, Professor J. K., 7-kW Three-phase Glass Bulb Rectifier, 70
  • Chapelon, Monsieur Andre, Projected Compound Locomotive, 180
  • Chard, F. de la C., Capacitator Extensometer, 635
  • China, Engineering Developments in, Professor C. A. Middleton Smith, 532
  • Chiswick Research Laboratories of Institution of Automobile Engineers, 263
  • Chloramine Process of Water Treatment, Paterson Engineering Co Ltd., 178
  • Chromium Portable Plater Sales Company, Portable Electrical Apparatus for Chromium Plating, 636
  • Cierva Direct-control Wingless Two-seater Autogiro, 7 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Clatteringshaws Dam on Galloway Water Power Scheme, 52
  • "Cook o' the North," Mr. H. N. Gresley's 2-8-2 Locomotive for L.N.E. Railway, 550, 551; Trial, 645
  • Concrete Proofing Company Ltd., Gunite, Cement-Gun Work, (268)
  • Cooke, Troughton and Simms, Ltd., Tavistock Theodolite, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iii; Vickers Projection Microscope, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iii.
  • Cosulich Liner "Oceania," 20 (Supplement, January 6th, 1934)
  • County of London Electric Supply Company, Barking Power Station, 115-121, 124 (Two-page Supplement, February 2nd, 1934), 144, 150, 168
  • Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd., 9 B.H.P. Petrol Engine, B.I.F., 193; 66 B.H.P. Four-cylinder Petrol Engine, B.I.F., 193
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Cold Roll Mill Drive and Barring Gear, 180; Electro-pneumatically Controlled Bar Skimming Machine, 478
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., Portable Multi-range " Tong Test " Ammeters, 70
  • Crompton-Parkinson Power Factor Demonstrator, 51
  • Cull, H.J., Eduction for the " Brave New World," 549
  • Cunard Liner, 73,000-ton liner " No. 634," 17 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934), 139, 217, 343, 367

D

  • Daimler Benz Company, High-speed Oil Engines for Railcars, 128
  • Dampney, J., and Co., Ltd., Apexior Tube Sprayer, 463
  • Daniels, T. H., and J., Plastic Moulding Plant. B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, viii; Preheating Furnace, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, viii; Presses, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, viii
  • Danish State Railways, Electrification of, English Electric Co, Ltd., 286
  • Dantzig Electricity Works, Gas Supply from Hydro-electric Works, 261
  • Davey, Paxman and Co. (Colchester), Ltd., 200 B.H.P. Eight-cylinder Oil Engine, 261
  • David, Professor, W. T., Temperature and Latent Energy in Flame Gases, 558
  • Davy, C. H., Welded Boiler Drums and Steam Receivers, 122
  • Delaware and Hudson Railway, 4-8-0 Triple-expansion Locomotive, 530, 534
  • Denny, William, and Brothers, Ltd., Oil-electric Ferry Boats, " Queen Margaret " and " Robert the Bruce," 260
  • Denver, Hydraulic Jump at, Ivan E. Houk, 91, 98
  • "Devon City" Reardon Smith Motor Cargo Liner, 18
  • Dewrance and Co., Ltd., High-pressure Testing Boiler, 589
  • Dick, R. and J.,Ltd., Belting, B.I.F., 220
  • Dickinson, H. V., Evolution of Invention, 100, 107; (Leading Article, 99)
  • Digby, W. Pollard, Human Factor in Arc Welding, 652
  • Digby, W. P., and J. W. Patterson, Accelerated Tests of Paints for Steelwork, 586, 610
  • Diskus-Werke, Surface Grinder, 275
  • [[Distillers Co[[, Ltd., Engine Fuel " Cleveland-Disiol," 148
  • Donaldson, Captain J. M., Water Circuit Breakers at St. Albans, Ferguson Pailin, Ltd., 512
  • Dowling, John J., S. M. Dixon, and M. A. Hogan, Fatigue Tests on Hard Drawn Steel Wire, 424
  • Downton, Electricity Supply at, 160 H.P. "Brush" Four-cylinder Oil Engine, 261
  • Doxford 2900 S.H.P. Oil Engine, 77, 78
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co, Ltd., Hydraulically Formed Bellows, 68; Inverted Bucket Steam Trap, 537; Split Potential Tele-transmission System, 68
  • Drysdale and Co Ltd., " Vampire " Vacuum Pump, 259
  • Du-Plat-Taylor, M., Societe des Ingenieurs Civils de France, 426
  • Dunston Power Station, 11 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Dynameg, Ltd., Portable Ohmmeter, 286

E

  • Earle, Bourne and Co., Ltd., Yellow Metal and Copper Tubes for Locomotives, Condensers, eec., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Ebbisham, Lord, Presidential Address to Advertising Convention, 595
  • Electric Furnace Co, Ltd., High-frequency Electric Furnaces at Works of Samuel Fox and Co., Ltd., 400
  • Electroflo Meters Co, Ltd., Control Pyrometer, B.I.F., 192; Gasholder Indicator, B.I.F., 192; Gasholder Signalling Transmitter, B.I.F., 192
  • Electromersible Motors and Pumps, Ltd., Submersible Motor-driven Pumps, 349
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., Maximum Demand Recording Ammeter, 36; Miniature Switchboard, Volt and Ammeters, 36
  • Enamelled Metal Products Corporation (1933), Ltd., Glass-lined Tanks, (644)
  • English Electric Co, Ltd., Alternator Rotor for Galloway Water Power Scheme, 612; An Interesting Hydraulic Turbine, 200; " Combination " Metalclad Fuse Switches, 234; Conversion Fuse Handles,
  • B.I.F., 221; Distribution Board, B.I.F 221; Electric Trains for Danish State Railways, 286; Fuse Handles, B.I.F., 221; " Otto " Ozone Water Sterilising Plant, B.I.F., 221; Streamline Diffusing Discharge Regulator, 362; Turbine Runners for Arapuni, N.Z., 21; Universal Fuse Unit, B.I.F., 221
  • English Electric Company, Ltd., and R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Ltd., 300 H.P. Oil-electric Locomotive, 578
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., Generator Shafts for Beauharnois Power Scheme, 130; Heat Treatment of 80-ton Forging, 663; Large Gear Wheel Blank, 208
  • Etat Mountain Type Locomotive, 22 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Eve, J. L., Effect of Vibration on Steel-cored Aluminium Conductors, (488)
  • Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., Ltd., Maximum Demand " Tell-Tale," 69; Process Timer, 69
  • Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Electrical Recording Instruments, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii; Megger Capacity Meter, 36;
  • Megger Circuit Tester, 36; Megger Insulation Tester, 38

F

  • Faraday House Scholarships, 388
  • Faraday Lecture, 1934, The Engineer and the Free Electron, C. C. Paterson, 297
  • Farmer, Sir James, Norton and Co., Ltd., Fine Wire-drawing Machine, 287
  • Farrow, Ltd., Howard, Safer Trench Piling, 528
  • " Featherstone " Petrol Ignition Lock, Allan Rae and Co., Ltd., 462
  • Ferguson Pailin, Water Circuit Breakers at St. Albans, 512
  • Ferodo, Ltd., Chart of Braking Performances, (238)
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Electrical Instruments, B.1.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vii; Electrostatic Volt-meter, 69; Polyphase Kilowatt-hour Meter, B.I.F. Suppt., 21.2.34, vii; Relays, 69
  • Ferro-Arc Welding Co, Ltd., Electrodes for Electric Aro Welding, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Fery Carbone Dry Tin Accumulator, Le Carbone Company, 637
  • Finney, G., and Co., Moulding Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, v
  • Firth, Thos., and John Brown, Ltd., Engineers' Tool Department, 625-630
  • Fleming, A. P. M., Portable Noise Measuring Instrument, 635
  • Fleming, Sir Ambrose, History and Development of Thermionic Valve, 36; Invention in Relation to National Welfare and its Legislative Control, 287
  • Fletcher, Messrs., Paper Pulp Scraper Plant at Ropeway, J. M. Henderson and Co., Ltd., 94
  • Fowler, Sir Henry, Progress of Automobile Engineering, 458
  • Fox, Samuel, and Co., Ltd., High-frequency Electric Furnaces, Electric Furnace Company, Ltd., 400; Large High-frequency Ingots, 261
  • Franco Locomotive, Franco Company, 412
  • Fraser, Andrew, Mono-radial Hydraulic Pump 613
  • Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, Sherwen Electro-magnetic Vibrating Screen, 130
  • French Engineers' Degrees, 282
  • French Technical Maritime Conference, 613
  • French 10,000-ton Cruiser "Algerie", 5
  • Friend, Dr. J. Newton, Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 302
  • "Frixos" Motor Yacht, Sir J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 167
  • Fulham Power Station, 11, 14

G

  • Galloway Water Power Scheme, English Electric Co's Alternator Rotor, 612
  • " Gorgon," Blue Funnel Motor Liner, 18
  • Garratt, E. Carlton, Development of Auxiliary Propeller Drive, 372
  • Gatehouse, E. A., and A. W. Neil, Petrol Road Breaker, 635
  • General Electric Company, Ltd., Electrical Mining Machinery, B.I.F., 222; Electrode Boiler, B.I.F., 222; Explosion Proof Motor, B.I.F., 222; Gate End Starter, B.I.F., 222; Motors at Hull Ice Factory, 410; Oil-immersed Isolators, 487; Outdoor Circuit Breakers, 563; Smoke Detection and Recording, 536
  • General Electric Research Laboratories, Chance Coal Washer, 68; Electromagnetic Fatigue Testing Apparatus, 68; Semi-automatic Light Distribution Photometer, 635; Testing Polar Distribution of Light from Lamps, 68
  • German Cruiser "Deutschland", 5, (78)
  • German Gas Grid, Magdeburg Gasworks, 280, 284
  • German Machine Tool Export Trade, 428
  • Gibson, Professor A. H., Tidal Estuaries :Forecasting by Model Experiments, 397
  • Gidea Park and Shenfield Widening, 70
  • Gildermeister and Co., Device for Elimination of Premature Wear on Lathes, 274
  • Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., F., Condenser Tube Scaler, 105; Rotary Scrubbing Machine and Tools, B.I.F. Seipp., 16.2.34, ii
  • Glacier Dam Collapse, in Argentina, 252
  • Gloster "Gauntlet" Day and Night High-altitude Fighter, 7 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Good, E. T., Steel Trade : British and Foreign, 65
  • Goodall, Clayton and Co., Ltd., Ashington Coal-cleaning Plant, 39, 44
  • Great Western Railway, Express Railcars for, Associated Equipment Company, Ltd., 662; Numbered Trains, 637
  • Greasley, H. N., L.N.E. Railway 2-8-2 Passenger Locomotive " No. 2001," " Cock o'the North," 550, 551; Trials, 645
  • Grey-street, Bridge, Brisbane, 23, 24
  • Grubb, Sir Howard, Parsons and Co., Iris Diaphragm for 74in. Telescope, 156, 157;
  • The 36in. Greenwich Reflector, 500, 525 (Two-page Supplement, May 18th, 1934)
  • Guild, J., Instrumental Side of Calorimetry, 36
  • Guy, H. L.. and E. V. Winstanley, Design of Surface Condensing Plant, 154, 182, 210; London Meeting, 204

H

  • Hackbridge Electric Construction Co, Ltd., Three-phase Reactor, 286
  • Hadfields, Ltd., Ore Crusher for Corby, 42
  • Haigh, Professor B. P., Welded Joints in Ship Construction, 347, 351
  • Hale, Thomas L. (Tipton), Ltd., Blackheart Malleable Iron and Steel Alloy Castings, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Hamburg-American Liner Caribia 20 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Hamburg Tank, International Meeting of Friends of, 814
  • Hamburg Tank Society, Summer Meeting, 624
  • Handley Page "Hayford" Express Light Bomber, 47
  • Hangchow—Kiangshan Railway, Locomotives for, Hunslet Engine Co, Ltd., 131
  • Hardy Motors, Ltd., Overseas Transport Unit, 9; 130 H.P. Oil-engine Driven Railcar for Great Western Railway, 9
  • Harland and Wolff, Ltd., Launch of H.M. Target-towing Vessel " Sir Hastings Anderson," 619; 1000 B.H.P. Oil Engine for British Oxygen Company's Plant at Birmingham, 50
  • Harland Engineering Co. Ltd., Emergency Pumping Plant at Works of J. A. Weir, Ltd., 131
  • Harper, John, and Co., Ltd., Iron Castings, B.I.F. Suppt., 18.2.34, i
  • Harvey, G. A., and Co. (London), Ltd., Perforated Sheet Metals, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i; Processing Machinery for Canning Industry, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i; Wire Mesh, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Hatfield, Dr. H. S., Automatic Water Hardness Recorder, 278
  • Hawker "Super Fury " Single-seater Fighter, 7 (Supplement. January 6th, 1934)
  • Hawthorn, R. and W., Leslie and Co., Ltd., and English Electric Co, Ltd., 300 H.P. Oil-electric Locomotive, 578
  • Heinz Company, Ltd., H. J., 'Univectairs' System in Food Factory of, British Trane Company, 612
  • Henderson, J. M., and Co., Ltd., Paper Pulp Scraper Plant and Ropeway at Messrs. Fletcher's Greenfield Works, 94
  • Henderson, Sir James B., Automatic Steering Control of Ships, 324, 334
  • Henley's Telegraph Works Company, Ltd., W. T., Isolating Switches for Pole Mounting, 462; Seamless Lead Cable Sheaths, 311
  • Herbert, Alfred, Ltd., Air-operated Lathe Chuck, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vii; " Ardoboy " High-speed Cutting Alloy, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vii; " Atritor " System of
  • Pulverised Fuel Burning, B.I.P. Suppt., 16.2.34, vii; Die Head, B.I.F. Suppt., 18.2.34, vii; " Pre-selective " Headstock, 158
  • Hatch Hetchy Aqueduct, 354, 357, 376
  • [Hewittic Electric Co]] Ltd.. Glass Bulb Rectifiers on L.M.S. Railway, 452; Underground Rectifier Sub-station at Acton, 434
  • Higgs Motors, Ltd., Electric Motors, B.I.F., 224
  • Highfield, J. S. and W. E., Steel-cored Aluminium Conductors for Transmission Lines, 256
  • HMS Ajax, Launching of, (86)
  • H.M. Light Cruiser HMS Achilles, 3 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • H.M. Submarine " Severn," Launch of, (86)
  • Hodgson, J. L., Air Flow Measurement in Mersey Tunnel, 636
  • Hodgson, J. L., and L. L. Robinson, Automatic Combustion Control, 128, 132; (Leading Article, 125); (Letter, F. L. Cater, 153)
  • Holden and Brooke, Ltd., Weston Automatic Booster Pumping Station, 381
  • Hollerith Tabulator, 101 (Two-page Supplement, January 26th, 1934)
  • Hollins, C., Patent Law in Relation to Foreign-owned British Patents, 132
  • [Holman Brothers]], Ltd., Rock Drills, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vii; " Rotodrill " Pneumatic Drill, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vii
  • Hopkinson-Moynan Centrifugal Steam Purifier, 612
  • Hordern, Mason and Edwards, Ltd., Presses, B.I.F. Suppt., 18.2.34, v
  • Houk, Ivan E., Hydraulic Jump Pnenomena at Denver, 91, 98
  • Howart, W. Carrick, Reinforcement for Road Surfaces, 485
  • Hull, Ice Factory at Hull, Liverpool Refrigeration Co Ltd., 410
  • Hunslet Engine Co, Ltd., Locomotives for China, 131; Oil Locomotives for L.M.S. Railway, 105; Oil Locomotive for L.M.S. Railway, 463; Oil Locomotive for Woolwich Arsenal, 310
  • Hunt, L. I. Bench Lay-out in an Electrical Repair Shop, 49; (Leading Article, 45); (Letter, G. H. Miles, 127)
  • "Husun" Admiralty Echo Depth Indicator, 234
  • Hutter, H. E., Communication Over Power Systems, 93
  • Hutto Engineering Company, Inc., Honing Fixture, 463

I

  • Igranic Electric Co Ltd., Adjustable Time Alternate Acting Starter, 70; Automatic Emergency Lighting Change-over and Battery-charging Switch, 70
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Butt Welding Machine, British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 562; Cassel Cyanide Process of Case-hardening Steel, B.I.F. Suppt., 18.2.34, i; "Control of Water Softening and Boiler Feed Water Conditioning," 130; Degreasing Metals by Use of Trichlorethylene, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i; Dyed Metal, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i; Risisto Zinc-free Tube for Condensers, B.I.F. Suppt., 18.2.34, i; Yellow Metal Alloy, " Kunial," B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i
  • Inglis, Professor C. E., Vibration Neutraliser for Ships, 308
  • Integra Company Ltd., Vapocarb Hump Hardening, 286
  • International Combustion Ltd., Extensions at Brimsdown "B" Power Station, 378, 381 (Two-page Supplement, April 13th 1934); Robot fireman Automatic Coal-firing Apparatus, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iii
  • "Iron Age" Editor on " The Silver Lining has its Cloud," 197
  • "Iron Age" "Sow the Wind and Reap the Whirlwind," 361
  • Isenthal and Co., Ltd.. Three-phase Auto-matically Controlled Regulator, 69; Voltage Regulator, 69
  • Italian Cruiser " Bolzano," 5 (Supplement, January 6th, 1934)

J

  • Jenkins, Rhys, Reverberatory Furnace with Coal Fuel, 1612-1712, 81
  • Johns, Sir Arthur W., Aircraft Carriers, 323, 327
  • Jones, A. A., and Shipman, Ltd., Bench Drill, 384; Semi-automatic Drilling Machine, 384
  • Jones, Dr. W. Idris, " Hydrogenation of Coal," (127)
  • Joy, Basil H., Retirement of, 217

K

  • Kalahari Irrigation Scheme, 464a
  • Kennicott Water Softener Co, Ltd., Water Softening Plant at Barking Power Station, 144, 145
  • Kent, Geo., Ltd., Boiler Instrument Panel, 144, 145
  • Kershaw, J. B. C.. Air Pollution in 1932-33, 121
  • Khedive Ismail Bridge, Cairo, 24
  • Kircheis Erdmann, Zig-Zag Press, 259
  • Klingelnberg's Bevel Wheel Lapping Machine. 274
  • Klopp, F., Hydraulic Shaper, 275
  • Klussendorf, H., Horizontal Drilling Machine. 274
  • Knowles-Shotter Circuit Breaker, 36
  • Koopman, Major M., Utilisation of Coke-oven Gas, 564
  • Kugel-Fischer, Ball and Roller Bearings for Lathes, 274

L

  • Lacy, J. M., Artificial Pozzuolana-Surki, 230; Great Trigonometrical Survey of India, 522
  • Lacy-Hulbert and Co Ltd., Tar-spraying Equipment, 589
  • Lagny Accident, French Railway Disaster, 171, 293
  • Lambert, C. A., Transport Requirements of Industry, 661
  • Lambeth Works of Maudslay, Sons and Field J. Foster Petree, 585
  • Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto, Ltd., A.C. and D.C. Motors, B.I.F., 223; "Fankuld" Totally Enclosed, Frame-cooled Motors, B.I.F., 223; Flame-proof Motors, B.I.F., 224
  • Landale, David, Portable Electric Hand Saw, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iv; Rice Mill, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iv
  • Laurence, Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., Electric Motors, B.1.F., 196; Hypo Synchronous Motor, B.I.F., 196; Visit to Works. 603
  • Lead Wool Co, Ltd., Air-compressor Set, Portable, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iv; Lead Wool for Jointing Iron and Steel Pipes, Suppt., 16.2.34, iv
  • Leipzig Technical Fair, 258, 274
  • Leith Docks, Grain Warehouse at, 561
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., Oil-hydraulic Railcar, 198, 202
  • Liner Concrete Machinery Co, Rotary Concrete Mixer, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi
  • Little, Arthur D., Inc., Industrial Bulletin, Seeing the Fourth Dimension, 107
  • Liverpool Refrigeration Co Ltd., Ice Factory at Hull, 410
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Summary, 132; Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 67, 401
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway Company, Fabricated Locomotive Cylinders, 477; Oil Locomotives, Hunslet Engine Co, Ltd., 105; Passenger Locomotive " Princess Royal," 22 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934); Re-designed Goods Locomotive, 80; Three-cylinder Tank Engines, 337
  • L.N.E. Railway, 2-8-2 Locomotive " Cock o' the North," 550, 551; Trials, 845

M

  • Macklow-Smith, A., Precision Hydraulic Testing Machine for University of Cape Town, 386
  • Magdeburg Gasworks, 280, 284
  • Marconi Co Ultra High-frequency Oscillation Generator, 38
  • Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co Ltd., Direction Finder for Submarines, 360; Portable Frequency Meters, 579
  • Moss Gear Co, Ltd., Show Turntable, B.I.F., 223; Single Helical Reduction Gear, B.I.F., 223
  • Mass Products, Ltd., Double-sided Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 18.2.34, viii; Humphris Presses, B.I.F. Suppe., 16.2.34, vii
  • Maudslay, Sons and Field, Lambeth Works of, J. Foster Petrie, 585
  • Mavor and Coulson, Ltd., Conveyor Belting Charts, (310)
  • Mayer and Schmidt, Hydraulic Honing Machine, 275
  • Meldrums, Ltd., Acid-resisting Pump, B.I.F., 192; Stokers, B.I.F., 192
  • Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., Foam Fire Extinguisher, 262
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., Geared Electric Motor Units, 158; Large Experimental Electromagnet, 637; Single Bus•bar Switchboard, 52, 53; 75,000-kW Turbo-generators at Barking Power Station, 144, 145
  • Middleton Smith, Professor C. A., Engineering Developments in China, 532
  • Midland Saw and Tool Co, Ltd., Cross-cut Saw for Woodworking, 336; Stair Stringing Machine, Woodworking, 336
  • Milliken Brothers, Ltd., Vertical Radiator for Budapest Broadcasting Station, F. E. Sharp, 246
  • Modern Woodworking Machines Ltd., Automatic Saw Sharpener, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vii; Band Saw for Wood and Metal, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi; Woodworking Machinery, B.I.F.Suppt., 16.2.34, vi
  • Monarch Machine Tool Co " Magna-Matic " Automatic Lathe, 50
  • Mond Nickel Co Ltd., Nickel Iron Alloys in I.C. Engine Construction, 373; Pure Nickel Products, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Moore, Dr. H., Presidential Address to the Institute of Metals, 272
  • Morris Motors Ltd., Paraffin Fuel Engines, 451
  • Morrison, John L. M., 3-Ton Testing Machine, 826
  • Mortimer, R. C., Air Ministry Seaplane Testing Tank at Farnborough, 166, 174
  • Motor Rail Ltd., 28 H.P. Oil-engined. Narrow-Gauge Locomotive, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii; 85 H.P. Oil-engined Shunting Locomotive, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Mustapha Jetty, Algiers, 475, 480
  • Myers, Dr. C. S., Causes and Prevention of Human Accidents, 275
  • N
  • National Gas and Oil Engine Co Ltd., Medium-speed Oil Engine, 326
  • National Physical Laboratory, Apparatus for Measuring Heats of Combustion of Gases, 68;
  • Glaremeter, Dr. W. S. Stiles and B. H. Crawford, 69; Publications of, 48 : X-ray Crystal Analysis. Research Work, 566
  • Naxos Union, Grinding Machine, 275
  • Neal, R. H., and Co., Ltd., " Rapid Straight-flow " Diaphragm Pump, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi; 1-Ton Mobile Crane, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi
  • Negretti and Zambra, Ltd., Electric Instruments, 70
  • Newport Vertical Lift Bridge, 228, 232, 233, 248, 249, 254 (Two-page Supplement, March 9th, 1934)
  • Noble and Lund, Ltd., 55in. Centres Lathe for English Steel Corporation, Ltd., 554, 556
  • Nord Four-cylinder Compound Heavy Goods Engine, 22
  • " Normandie," French Line 75,000-Ton Liner, 19 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Ltd., 1750 I.H.P. Poppet Valve Steam Engine, 76, 77
  • North Metropolitan Electric Supply Company, Extensions at Brimsdown " B " Power Station, 378, 381 (Two-page Supplement, April 13th, 1934)
  • Nottingham, Civil and Mechanical Engineering Laboratories at University College, 428, 430

O

  • Oerlikon Co, Ltd., Automatic and Contactor Regulators, 338
  • Ohlmuller, Dr. F.. Benson Boiler and Power Stations, 197
  • Old Centralians Memoir on Professor W. C. Unwin, (284)
  • Ozalid Co, Ltd., Print Developing Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iii

P

  • Pacinoitti Antonio, Seventy-fifth Anniversary, 552
  • Parker, Winder and Achurch Ltd., Automatic Oil Burners, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v
  • Parkhead Garage of Glasgow Corporation, Ventilating Equipment, Anemostat (Scotland), Ltd., 636
  • P.L.M. 4-6-2 Express Locomotive, 22 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • P.L.M. Class 151 Locomotive Remodelled, 22
  • P.O. 4-8-0 Express Locomotive, 22 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)

PARSONS STEAM TURBINE, DEVELOPMENT OF

  • 2, 32, 62, 88, 114, 140, 164, 190, 218, 244, 270, 294, 304, 320 (Correction, 338), 344, 367, 394, 404, 420, 446, 447, 470, 495, 520, 546, 572, 596, 620 (Leading Article, 631)
  • Stations :
  • Ackton Hall Colliery, 150-kW Three-phase Turbo-alternator for, 140
  • Adelaide Tramways Company Power Station, 11.000-Volt Turbo-alternators for, 244
  • Bankfoot Waste Heat Station, 1910, 4000-kW Turbo-alternator at, 270
  • Barking Power Station, 1922, 40,000-kW Turbo-alternators for, 446, 447
  • Blaydon Burn Waste Heat Station, 3000-kW Turbo-alternator for, 369
  • Bradford Corporation Power Station, 15,000-kW Turbine at, 394, 404
  • Brimsdown Power Station, 25,000-kW Turbo-alternator for, 520, 521; 36,000-Volt Turbo-alternator for, 521, 546
  • Carville Power Station, 164, 344
  • Central Argentine Railways, Turbine Plant for, 271
  • Chicago, 25,000-kW Turbo-alternator for, 294, 304; 50,000-kW Turbo-alternator for, 470
  • Congella Power Station, Natal, 1926, 12,000-kW Duplex Exhaust Turbines at, 499
  • Dalmarnook Power Station, 18,750-kW Turbo-alternators for, 496
  • Deptford Power Station, 5000-kW Turbine at, 244
  • Derby Power Station, 10,000-kW Turbo-alternator for, 497, 498; 20,000-kW Single-cylinder Turbine at, 546
  • Dunston Power Station, 18,000-kVA Alternator for, 344; 15,000-kW Turbo-alternator for, 396, 404; 60,000-kW Re-heat Engines, 598, 620; 62,500-kVA
  • Elberfeld 1000-kW Turbo-generator, 89, 114
  • Ensenada Power Station, 6000-kW Cross-compound Turbine for, 271
  • Forth Banks Power Station, 1892, 63, 64; 1896, 88, 271
  • Frindsbury Station of Kent Power Company, 11,000-Volt Turbo-alternators at, 190
  • Hackney Power Station, 7500-kW Turbine for, 420; 30,000-kW Turbo-alternator at, 572
  • Hammersmith Power Station, 10,000-kW Turbo-alternators for, 421
  • Lots-road Power Station, 218, 320; 18,000-kW Turbo-alternator for, 421; 18,000-kW Single-cylinder Turbines for, 496
  • Manchester-square Power Station, 350-kW Turbo-alternator in, 64; (Letters to the Editor, 126, 152)
  • Melbourne Power Station, 1913, 10,000-kW Turbo-alternator for, 322, 323
  • Mersey Power Company, 12,500-kW Turbine for, 422
  • Neepsend Power Station, 8500-kW Turbo-alternators for, 368
  • Neptune Bank Power Station, 1500-kW Turbine for, 140; Three-phase 6000-Volt Alternator for, 141
  • Newport Power Station, Victoria, Australia, 323
  • Randfontein, 6000-kW Turbo-alternator, 244
  • Sydney, 500-kW Turbo-alternator, 190
  • Treforest Power Station, 18,750-kW Turbine for, 423
  • Velsen Power Station, N. Holland, 30,000-kW Turbo-alternators in, 547
  • Details :
  • Automatic Rotor Adjustment, Introduction of, 497
  • Bolts, Tightening of Large, 520
  • Closed Circuit Alternator Ventilation, 369
  • Conical Blading in Turbines, Development of, 497
  • Dummy Pistons, Elimination of, 368
  • Duplex Exhaust Principle, Introduction of, 498
  • Dynamo, Parsons, 1884, 3
  • Efficiency Ratio of Turbines, 547
  • Electrification of Central Argentine Railways, 271
  • Heat Consumption of Turbines, 547
  • Heat Consumption of Turbines at Hackney, 572
  • Parsons Steam Turbine, 1884, The First, 2
  • Radial Flow Turbine, 32-kW, 1889, 33
  • Radial Flow Turbine, 1891, 100-kW, Cambridge, 34, 62
  • Regenerative Feed Heating, Introduction of, 369
  • Reheating Experiments on Elberfeld Turbines, 115
  • Single-cylinder Machine at Derby, 20,000-kW, 546
  • Single-cylinder Turbines at 3000 r.p.m., 420
  • Three-phase Turbo-alternator, First, 140
  • Turbine, Experiments with " Hero " Type, 63
  • Turbine, First Cross-compound, 271.
  • Turbine, First Multiple Shaft, 270
  • Turbine, First Parsons Steam, 1884, 2
  • Turbine, First Tandem Double Flow, 3000 r.p.m., 422
  • Turbine, Radial Flow, 1889, 33
  • Turbine Blade with Anti-erosion Shield, 572
  • Turbine for America, 120-kW, 88
  • Turbines of " Hero " Type, or Pure Reaction Type, 63
  • Turbo-alternator, First Geared, 88
  • Turbo-alternator, First 36,000-Volt, 521, 546
  • Turbo-alternators, First 11,000-kW, 190
  • Turbo-alternators of 1909 and 1928, Comparison of Size of, 549
  • Turbo-dynamos, First Geared Parsons, 271
  • Turbo Generating Set, 1888, 32-kW, 32
  • Turbo-generator, First Cross-compound Geared, 320
  • Turbo-generator for Chicago, 25,000-kW, 294
  • Turbo-generator for Messrs. Pilkington, 4500-kW Cross-compound D.C., 320
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd., Parsons Hollow Turbine Blading, 51
  • Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Co Ltd., " Simplex " Turbine Unit, 76, 77
  • Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., Parsons-Murex Single-opertor Welding Plant, 463; Ship's Auxiliary Generating and Compressor Set, 181
  • Parsons' 20,000-kW Alternators for Salt River Power Station, 335
  • Paterson, C. C., Faraday Lecture, The Engineer and the Free Electron, 297
  • Paterson Engineering Co Ltd., Chloramine Process, 178
  • Patterson, J. W., W. P. Digby and, Accelerated Tests of Paints for Steel Work, 586
  • Pegson Ltd., De-breezing Screen, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vii; Screening Plant, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vii
  • Pels, Henry, and Co., Deep Drawing Press, 258; Hydraulic Sheet Holder, 258; Nibbling and Plate Splitting Shearing Machine, 258; Shearing Machine, 258; Straightening Press, 258
  • Pendred, Loughnan St. Lawrence, Order C.B.E. Conferred on Editor-in-Chief of THE ENGINEER, 571
  • Peters, G. D., Ltd., Portable Electric Welding Sets, 438
  • Petree, J. Foster, The Lambeth Works of Maudslay, Sons and Field, 585
  • Petters Ltd., Automatic Lighting Set, 562; Oil Engine Generating Set for Peak Loads, 486; Ship's Auxiliary Set, 12 B.H.P. Atomic Diesel Engine, 361
  • Philips Industrial, Condensers for Power Factor Correction, 70; X-ray Apparatus, 70
  • Physical Society's Exhibition, 36, 68
  • Platt Bros. and Co., Ltd., Cast Iron Road Surfaces, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii; Hele-Shaw Clutch, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii;
  • Pressed Steel Pit Tubs, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii
  • Pneulec Ltd., Jar Roll-over Moulding Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iv; Moulding Machines, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iv; Sand Mixing Mill, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iv
  • Pontine Marshes, Reclamation of, 484, 506, 509
  • "Port Chalmers," Dominion Commonwealth Motor Liner, 17
  • Portuguese Destroyer " Lima," 7
  • Portuguese Sloop " Goncalvez Zarco," 7 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Post Office Research Station, 54
  • Powell, R. W., Conductivity of Pure Iron, 638
  • Priestman Brothers, Ltd., Grab Dredger " Lucayan " for Nassau, 131

Q

R

  • Rae, Allan and Co., Ltd., "Featherstone" Petrol Ignition Lock, 462
  • Record Electrical Co, Ltd., Electrical Tachometers, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vii
  • Rellstab, Dr. L., An Activated Anti-rolling Tank System, 648
  • Reynolds Tube Co, Ltd., Aluminium Alloy, " Hiduminium R.B. 56," B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Reyrolle Control Room at Bankside Power Station, 52, 53
  • Richards, George, and Co., Ltd., Horizontal Boring, Milling, Drilling, and Tapping Machine, 106; Nob 'Pearn-Richards' Surfacing and Boring Machine, 536; Vertical Boring and Turning Mill, 486
  • Robinson, Thomas, and Son, Ltd., Railway Coach Woodworking Machine, 454, 456
  • "Rosaura" Motor Yacht, Lord Moyne, 512
  • Rotoplunge Pump Co, Ltd., Automatic Control Variable Stroke Pump, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii
  • Rubery, Owen and Co., Pressed Steel Split Pulley, B.I.F., 223; Steel Furniture, B.I.F., 223
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 275 H.P. Oil Engines for Swindon Waterworks, 587; 28 H.P. Oil Engine Locomotive, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iii
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., Three-Eight Cubic Yard Excavator, 261
  • Ryburn Dam, 26 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)

S

  • Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd., Illumination Meter, 38; Reflection Meter, 38; Remote Indicating Tachometer, 38
  • Salt River Power Station Alternators, Tests, 335
  • Salter's Portable Lorry Weigher, 287
  • San Francisco-Oakland Bridge, 622
  • San Francisco's Water Supply, Hetch Hetchy Aqueduct, 354, 357, 376
  • Saunders, C. Wallace, Breakdowns of Turbo-electric Propulsion Machinery, 263
  • Schiess-Defries, A.G., Machine Tools at Leipzig, 275
  • Schleischer, Dr. M., Supervisory Control Systems, 490
  • Schuler, L., A.G., Excentric Press, 258
  • Science Museum, Part II of Pumping Machinery, 67
  • Scott, 1250 S.H.P. Oil Engine, 77, 78
  • Selson Machine Tool Co Ltd., Krause's High-speed Hydraulic Moulding Press, 287
  • Senefelder and Lithography, 165
  • "Sentinel" Waggon Works, Ltd., Six-engined Steam Locomotive for Colombia, 599, 606 (Two-page Supplement. June 15th, 1934)
  • Serck Radiators, Ltd., " Copperad " Unit Heaters, B.I.F., 195; 650-lb. Pressure Heat Exchanger, B.I.F., 194; Sectional Type Radiator, B.I.F., 194
  • Sharp, F. E., Vertical Radiator for Budapest Broadcasting Station, 246
  • Shenstone Engineering Co Ltd., Air Compressor Unit, B.I.F., 195
  • Sherwen Electro-magnetic Vibrating Screen, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 130
  • Short" Scion Twin-engined Passenger Monoplane, 46
  • Siemens and Halske, Activated Anti-rolling Tank System, 648
  • Siemens Cross Filament Pyrometer, 36
  • Simon, Henry, Ltd., and Turbine Gears, Ltd.; Flexible Couplings, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi; Gears, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi; " Reform " Automatic Feed Stream Control Apparatus, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v; " Reform " Automatic Weighing Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v; Soap Flaking Mill, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi; Soap-making Machinery, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi; Soap Plodder, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v, vi; Synchroweigh Blending System, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v
  • Simons, Eric N., An Engineering Sales Department, 396
  • Skelton, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir Reginald W. Coal v. Oil for the Navy, 307
  • Skylux, Ltd., Simple Pipe Pusher, 385
  • Smith, Frederick, and Co., Trolley Wire Made in Two Parts, B.I.F., 223
  • Smith, Sir Allan, Statement on the Forty-hours Week, 514
  • Smith, Thomas, and Sons (Rodley), Ltd., Oil Engine Driven Locomotive Crane. 207; Quarter Cubic Yard Universal Excavator 488
  • Southern Railway Train Ferries, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Ltd., 398
  • Spanner, E. F., Fire-fighting Arrangements in Ships, 371
  • Spartan "Clipper" Light Two-seater Monoplane, 46
  • Speller, Frank N., Corrosion Problems in Iron and Steel, 663
  • Sperry Gyroscope Co Ltd., Sperry-Villiers, Odograph, 147
  • Stamp, Sir Josiah, Trade Revival, 595
  • Standard Telephones and Cables Ltd., Noise Meter, 234; Trench Cutting Machine, 261
  • Stanton Iron Works Co Ltd., Cast Iron Pipes, B.I.F., 196; Stanton-Wilson Pipe Joint, B.I.F., 196
  • Staveley Coal and Iron Co Ltd., Cast Iron Pipes, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Stephens, Alexander, and Sons, Ltd., 2000 I.H.P. Three-cylinder Semi-Uniflow Steam Engine, 76, 77
  • Stewart, William C., Relative Elasticity of Engine Crank Shafts, 537
  • Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Hadfield's Ore Crusher at Corby Works, 42
  • Sturtevant Engineering Co Ltd., Electricar Precipitators at Brimsdown, 486
  • Suez Canal Co Annual General Meeting in Paris, 571
  • Sullivan, W. H., Ltd., Frequency Control, Sullivan's Tuning Fork Equipment, 80
  • Supermarine " Seagull Mk. V Amphibian Flying Boat, 6, 8
  • Supermarine Works (Vickers), Ltd., Aeroplane Spar Testing Machine, 330, 334
  • Swallow, M. G. S., " Velox " Steam Generator, 387
  • Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson Ltd., Southern Railway Train Ferries, 398
  • Swindon Waterworks, Opening of, 587
  • Switchgear and Cowans, Ltd., Air Break Drawout Gate End Starter, B.I.F., 220; " Trubicle " Switchboard, B.I.F., 220

T

  • Taylor and Challen, Ltd., Bench Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, v; Double Crank Press, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, v
  • Tecalemit, Ltd., " Brantford " Lubricator, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, ii; " Tadpole " Automatic Oil Lift, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, ii
  • Tees Vertical Lift Drawbridge, Middlesbrough, 24 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Telford, Thomas, Centenary of Death of, 603
  • Thornycroft, John I., and Co., Ltd., Lord Moyne's Motor Yacht " Rosaura," 512; Motor Yacht " Frixos," 167
  • Thorpe, Harold R. M., Specifications for Electrical Installations, 450
  • Traneberg, Arch Bridge, Stockholm, 24 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Trencham, H., Mechanics of Electrical Switch-gear, 312 (Leading Article, 305)
  • Trevithick, Richard, Memorial Plaque to, 453
  • Tripp, G. W., Works Personnel Department, 474
  • Tube Products, Ltd., Electrically Welded Steel Tubing, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Tunnel Portland Cement Co, Ltd., All-concrete Laboratory, 300, 301
  • Tulin, W. A., Cyclic Irregularity in Geared Transmissions, 502
  • Twickenham Bridge, 25 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)

U

  • Udaipur Chitogarh Railway, 2-4-0 Locomotive for, W. G. Bagnall, Ltd., 181
  • U.S. Cruiser " Portland," 4 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • United Water Softeners, Ltd., Water-softening Plants at St. Helens and Prenton Water-works, 489
  • Uskside Engineering Co Ltd., Chain Type Coal Cutter, B.I.F., 222

V

  • Vaal River Development Scheme, 576
  • "Velox" Steam Generator, M. G. S. Swallow, 387
  • Vickers Vellox Passenger Mail and Freight Carrier, 6, 8
  • Villiers Engineering Co Ltd.: Petrol-burning Stoves, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi;
  • Water-cooled Petrol Engines, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi; 3f H.P. Petrol Engine, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi
  • Vokes, C. G., Ltd., Silencers for Internal Combustion Engines, 51

W

  • Wadlow, E. C., Centrifugal Power Absorption Governors, 142
  • Walker, Crossweller and Co., Ltd., "Arkon" Meters and Recorders, B.I.F., 195; Compound Recorder for Mine Ventilation, B.I.F., 195
  • Walker, J. H., Concrete Roads, 94
  • Wallis and Steevens, Ltd., Roller, Oil-engine-driven Light, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iv
  • Wanderer-Werke, Multiple Milling Machine, 275
  • Ward, H. W., Ltd., Capstan Lathe with Single Pulley Headstock, 80
  • "Washington," United States Lines, 24,000-Ton Liner, 19, 20
  • Waterloo Bridge, 139, 319, 367, 469, 495, 545, 571, 645
  • Watts, C., Tubes for Engineering Structures, 449
  • Weipert, F. C., Hydraulic Diamond Tool Lathe, 274
  • Weir, J. A., Ltd., Emergency Pumping Plant at Works of, Harland Engineering Co, Ltd., 131
  • Wellworthy, Ltd., Piston for Internal Combustion Engines, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iv
  • Werner, D. and S. Giertz-Hedstrom, Physical, and Chemical Properties of Cement and Concrete, 235 (Erratum, 264)
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Co Ltd., Plate Type Rectifier, B.I.F., 220
  • Westland " Wallace " Mount Everest Flight, 7 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Westland " Wessex " Eight-seater Monoplane, 6, 7
  • Westminster Tool and Electric Co, Ltd., Insulated Electric Drill, 336
  • West's Rotinoff Piling and Construction Co, Ltd., Rotinoff Caissons, 224
  • Whipple, R. S., Evolution of Galvanometer, 36
  • White, R., and Sons, Ltd. Aerial Ropeway at Ashlington, 39, 44
  • Whitecross Co Ltd., Wire Drawing Machine, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v
  • Whytlaw-Gray, R., Dust and Smoke, 409
  • Wickman, A. C., Ltd., Inserted Tooth Milling Cutter, B.I.F., 193
  • Wiggin, Henry, and Co., Ltd., Alloys of Nickel with Copper and Chromium, B.1. F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Williams and James, Air Compressing Set, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii; Motor Car Washer, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii; Portable Paint Sprayer, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Williams, Sir E. Owen, All-concrete Laboratory of Tunnel Portland Cement Co Ltd., 300, 301
  • Wills Pressure Filled Joint Ring, Ltd., Pressure Filled Joint Rings, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i
  • Wilson, W. J., Presentation of a James Watt Letter to Glasgow University, 212
  • Winget Ltd., Transference of Works from Warwick to Rochester, 438
  • Winn, Charles, and Co., Ltd., All Angles Mounting, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, viii
  • Wolf, S., and Co., Ltd., Electric Portable Tools, B.I.F., 221; Portable Floor Stand for Use with Electrical Drilling Machines, B.I.F., 221
  • "Woolnough" Boiler, 599
  • Woolwich Arsenal, Oil Locomotive for, Hunslet Engine Co, Ltd., 310

Y

  • Yangtze Navigation, Improving the, 288
  • Yarrow and Co., Ltd., Boilers for Southern Railway Train Ferries, 398
  • Yellott, J. I., Superheated Steam, 207
  • Young, A. P., Production Flow and Industrial Efficiency, 412
  • Young, H. C., Some Power Plant Erection Problems, 413
  • Youngelson, E. L., Ltd., Machine Vice, 262

Z

  • Zeiss Ikon, Standard Punches and Die Elements, 258

Subjects

A

  • ACCIDENTS, Royal Commission on, 1874, (403)
  • Accumulator, Fery Carbone Dry Tin, Le Carbone Company, 637
  • Acetylene Cutting, Accidents and, (518)
  • Advertising Convention at Leicester, Lord Ebbisham's Presidential Address, " Britain's Industrial Awakening," 595

AERONAUTICS :

  • Aberdeen Aerodrome, (43)
  • Aerial Photographs in Canada, Files of 500,000, (43)
  • Aerial Survey of Australia, Projected, (377)
  • Aerial Train Makes Experimental Flight in Russia, (581)
  • Aero Transport for Bulolo Gold Dredging Company's Excavator, (329)
  • Aeroplane Crashes with High Obstacles, (173)
  • Aeroplane " Diana," Fastest Four-engined Commercial, (581)
  • Aeroplane " Dopo " for Turkey, British, (123)
  • Aeroplane for Mount Everest Flight, Westland " Wallace," 7 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Aeroplane Spar Testing Machine, Super-marine Works (Vickers), Ltd., 330, 334
  • Aeroplanes for Exploring and Mapping the Amazon, British, (325)
  • Aeroplanes Produced in United States, (227)
  • Air Base at Cape North, Near Wrangel Island, (529)
  • Air Liner, Fastest Four-engined, (279)
  • Air Liner to Spread Poison Barrage on Swarms of Locusts in Rhodesia, British, (149)
  • Air Mail between Germany and South America, (172)
  • Air Post Exhibition in London, (123)
  • Air Port of Doncaster, (655)
  • Aircraft, World Height Record, (455)
  • Aircraft Carriers, Sir Arthur W. Johns, 323, 327
  • Aircraft Engines at Sea Level, High Jacket Temperature on Performance of Liquid-cooled, (13)
  • Aircraft Standard Materials, System of Colour Identification of, (279)
  • Amphibian Flying Boat, Supermarine " Sea-gull," Mark V, 6, 8
  • Autogiro, Cierva Direct Control Wingless Two-seater, 7 (Suppelement, January 5th, 1934)
  • British Aerodromes, 243
  • Civil Aviation and Disarmament, 631
  • " Courier " Passenger Carrier, Airspeed Ltd., 6, 8
  • England-Australia Air Race, 139
  • Fighter, Gloster " Gauntlet " Day and Night High Altitude, 7 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Flying Boat, Blackburn " Perth " Coastal Defence, 47
  • Glider Released from " Graf Zeppelin," (529)
  • Height Record of Aeroplane Carrying Load of 1 Ton, (13)
  • High Altitude Flight for Aeroplane, 535
  • Hull Aerodrome Taken Over by Corporation of Hull, (43)
  • Infra-red Light for Aircraft in Foggy Weather, (655)
  • International Air Traffic Association, Conference in Berlin, (173)
  • King's Cup Air Race, 1934, (329)
  • London to Melbourne Air Race, Seventy Aeroplanes Entered, (629)
  • Monoplane, Short " Scion " Twin-engined Passenger, 46
  • Monoplane, Spartan " Clipper " Light Two-seater, 46
  • Monoplane, Westland NVessex Eight-seater, 6, 7
  • Napier " Dagger " Air-cooled Aero-engine, (655)
  • Night Bomber, Handley Page " Heyford " Express, 47
  • Passenger Mail and Freight Carrier, Vickers " Vellox," 6, 8
  • Perth Flying Boats Weigh 15 Tons, (43)
  • Railway-Air Services, Ltd., Company Registered, (329); Services Commenced, (479)
  • " R 101," Sale of Framework of, Statement by Thos. W. Ward, Ltd., (455)
  • Seaplane Base on River Foyle at Londonderry, (123)
  • Seaplane Floats, Armstrong Whitworth Stainless Steel, 48
  • Seaplane Testing Tank at Farnborough, Air Ministry's, R. C. Mortimer, 166, 174
  • Single-seater Fighter, Hawker " Super Fury," 7 (Supplement, January 6th, 1934)
  • Transatlantic Air Mail Service Record, (429)
  • Weight of Letters sent by Air during 1933, (149)
  • " Westfalen," German Lufthausa's Refuelling Vessel, (253)
  • AIR Pollution in 1932-33, J. B. C. Kershaw, 121
  • Alcohol from Molasses Mixed with Petrol for Power Purposes, Government of India to Assist in Manufacture of, (13)
  • Alkali Plant at Neuces Bay, Texas, (303)
  • All-Angles Mountings, Charles Winn and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, viii
  • Alumina Cement, (429)
  • Aluminium, Gower Process for Colouring Alumilite, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i
  • Aluminium, Stresses in Quenched, 540
  • Aluminium, Welding Sheet, (555)
  • Aluminium, World Production of, (403)
  • Aluminium Alloy, Corrosion Resisting, Birmabright, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Aluminium Alloy, " Hiduminium R. B. 56" Reynolds Tube Company, Ltd., B. I. F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Aluminium Conductors, Effect of Vibration Steel-cored, J. L. Eve, (488)
  • Aluminium Conductors for Transmission Lines, Steel-cored, J. S. and W. E. Highfield, 256
  • Aluminium Factory at Mansbo, Sweden, (97)
  • Aluminium for Bridge Floors, 540
  • Aluminium Metal Factory in Kolhapur, Proposed, (353)
  • Aluminium Pistons and Crank Cases for Aircraft, (655)
  • Aluminium Production, (253)
  • Aluminium Reflector, Easily-cleaned Weather Resistant, (149)
  • Aluminium Scrap on Fire, Explosion Caused through Playing Water on, (377)
  • Aluminium Star for Deoxidising Steel, (278)
  • Amber Navigation Lights on Thames Bridge-, (377)

AMERICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • American Public Works, 640
  • American Stream-lined Train, 395
  • American Strike, One Heating Engineer Demands Shorter Hours, (555)
  • Articulated Locomotives, American, 540
  • Chicago World's Fair of 1934, 199
  • Electrical Exhibition House, 540
  • Planers and Milling Machines, 199
  • Radio Developments in America, 540
  • Railway Rebuilding, Costly, 640
  • Railway Rolling Stock, 640
  • River Bank Protection, 199
  • Welding on American Railways, 199
  • AMMONIA Precompressor Rupture at Bellingham, (479)
  • Anchor, Professor G. I. Taylor's, (173)
  • Annealing, Process of Bright, Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., (377)

ANNUAL ARTICLES :

  • A Retrospect, 15
  • Aeronautics in 1933, 6, 7, 46 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934-Bridges of 1933, 23 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • British Railways in 1933, 78
  • Electrical Engineering in 1933, 10, 11, 14, 52 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Harbours and Waterways in 1933, 20, 34
  • Locomotives in 1933, 22 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Naval Construction in 1933, Hector C. Bywater, 3 (Supplement, January 5th , 1934)
  • Railways in 1933, 78
  • Road and Rail in 1933, 8
  • Sanitary Engineering in 1933, 25, 55
  • Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in 1933, 16, 76 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Water Supply in 1933, 25, 55 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • APPLIED Mechanics, Fourth International Congress, Cambridge, (611)
  • Argon for Gas-filled Electric Lamps, (605)
  • Artificial Pozzuolana-Surki, J. M. Lacey, 230
  • Asbestos Clothing, Bell's Asbestos Company, ( 518)
  • Ashlington, Aerial Ropeway at, R. White and Sons, 39, 44

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:

  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH ELECTRICAL AND ALLIED MANUFACTURERS :
  • Annual Meeting of Council, 360
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH OF BURNER MANUFACTURERS', LTD.:
  • Formation of Association, 217
  • ASSOCIATION, BRITISH WATERWORKS :
  • Summer Meeting Programme, (373)
  • ASSOCIATION, COPPER DEVELOPMENT :
  • Organisation of, (242)
  • ASSOCIATION, DIESEL ENGINE USERS :
  • Annual Dinner Report, 226
  • Annual Report Heavy Oil Engine Working Costs, (123)
  • Repairs to Diesel Engine Parts by Welding, 38
  • ASSOCIATION, EX-BRITISH WESTINGHOUSE :
  • Annual Dinner Report, (318)
  • ASSOCIATION, FINSBURY TECHNICAL COLLEGE OLD STUDENTS :
  • Annual Dinner Report, (338)
  • ASSOCIATION, INCOROPORATED MUNICIPAL ELECTRICAL, 577, 598
  • Annual Dinner, 599
  • Convention at Liverpool, 577
  • Electrical Exhibition in St. Goerge's Liverpool, 577
  • Electricity Supply to Small Holder, J. W. J. Townley, 598
  • Power Load, Developing the, H. C. Lamb and W. E. Swale, 578
  • Present-day Practice in A.C. Urban Distribution, L. Romero, 583
  • Presidential Address, P. J. Robinson, 577
  • ASSOCIATION, MACHINE TOOL TRADE
  • Annual Dinner, (338)
  • ASSOCIATION, OVERHEAD LINES :
  • Electric Stress in Atmosphere, J. Shipley, (149)
  • Methods of Distributing Overhead Lines, (71)
  • ASSOCIATION OF CONSULTING ENGINEERS :
  • Chairman of Committee, Mr. J. D. Watson, (606)
  • ASSOCIATION OF ENGINEER N AND SHIPBUILDING DRAUGHTSMEN :
  • Annual Conference in Glasgow, 343
  • ASSOCIATION OF EX-SIEMENS MEN :
  • Annual Smoking Concert, (414)
  • ASSOCIATION OF TEACHERS IN TECHNICAL INSTITUTIONS :
  • Education for the " Brave Now World," Mr. H. J. Cull, 549
  • CIRCLE, ENGINEERS' GERMAN :
  • Electric Trollybus with Overhead Transmission Used on Idar-Tiefstein Route, Herr A. Schiffer, (383)
  • High-speed Rail Cars on German State Railways, R. Stroebei 217
  • Modern Crane Construction and the Applications of Cranes to Industry and Commerce, Oberingenieur Heyn, (279)
  • Modern Heavy Machine Tools and their Use, Dr.-Ing. H. Haake, 148
  • INSTITUTE, IMPERIAL :
  • Annual Report, 1933, (629)
  • INSTITUTE, IRON AND STEEL :
  • Introduction to Second Report of Corrosion Committee, 639
  • H.M. the King Accepts Bessemer Gold Medal, 1934, 343, 574
  • Annual Spring Meetings, 433, 574, 608
  • Blast-furnace Linings and Refractories, A. T. Green, 576
  • Blast-furnace Practice, First Report of Sub-Committee, 575, 587
  • Carnegie Research Fund Grants, 608
  • Cast Iron, Elasticity, Deflection and Resilience of, J. G. Pearce, 576
  • Corrosion Committee, Second Report of, 608
  • Fire-clay Products Used for Blast-furnace Linings, A. T. Green, W. Hugill, F. H. Clews, and H. Ellerton, 576
  • Interactions of Gases and Ore in the Blast-furnace, An Experimental enquiry into, 574
  • Iron-tin Reaction Products, Microscopic Examination of, W. D. Jones and W. E. Hoare, 576
  • Ore Reduction,Equilibria and Velocities in, Professor W. A. Bone, Messrs. Saunders and Rushbrooke, 574
  • Steel, Heat Treatment to Give Maximul, Stress of 134 Tons, (433)
  • Steel Sheets, Manufacture of Full -finished, E. R. Mort, 609
  • Testing of Iron Ore, Proposed Methods for Comparative, Professor W. A. Bone, Messrs. Saunders and Calvert, 574
  • Tin-iron Alloy in Tin-plate, with Notes on some Imperfections, W. E. Hoare, 576
  • Tool Steel, Thermal Conductivity of, D. Hattori, 609
  • INSTITUTE OF BRITISH FOUNDRYMEN :
  • Educational Course in Foundry Work at University of Sheffield, (605)
  • Annual Conference in Manchester, (253), 464, 595, 627
  • Brass, Properties of Cast Red, C. M. Seager, jun., 628
  • British Moulding Sand Practice, J. J. Sheehan, 628
  • Bronzes, Effect of Mass and Composition on Sand Cast, F. W. Rowe, 628
  • Cast Iron, Graphite Formation and Structure in, Dr. H. Nipper, 627
  • Moulds and Cores, Drying of, E. G. Fiegehen, 628
  • Presidential Address, Roy W. Stubbs, 595, 627
  • Textile Machinery, Use of High-duty Cast
  • Iron, Monsieur A. Roeder, 628
  • INSTITUTE OF FUEL :
  • Annual Corporate Meeting, (464)
  • De Bergius to Receive 1934 Melchett Medal, (479)
  • Meeting Postponed, (342)
  • Utilisation of Coke Oven Gas, Major M. Koopman, 564
  • INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL ADMINISTRATION :
  • President, Mr. Harold MacMillan, (184)
  • INSTITUTE OF INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY, NATIONAL :
  • Bench Lay-out in an Electrical Repair Shop, L. I. Hunt, 49; (Leading Article, The Looker-on, 45)
  • INSTITUTE OF MARINE ENGINEERS :
  • Charter Dinner Report, 231
  • Golf Competition, (644)
  • INSTITUTE OF METALS :
  • Annual General Meeting, 177, 259, 272, 276, 296
  • Presidential Address, Dr. H. Moore, 272
  • Annual Dinner Report, 277
  • Papers :
  • Alloys of Magnesium Research, Part 1, Dr. J. L. Naughton and Ronald J. M. Payne, 297
  • Alloys of Silver and Beryllium, H. A. Sloman, 296
  • Castability of Ternary Alloys, Professor A. Portevin and Dr. Bastion, 277
  • Constitution of Copper - Iron - Silicon Alloys, Professor D. Hanson and Dr. E. G. West, 297
  • Influence of the Intercrystalline Boundary on Fatigue Characteristics, Dr. H. J. Gough, H. L. Cox, and D. G.
  • Sopwith, 276
  • Malleability of Nickel and of Monel Metal, 0. W. Ellis, 297
  • Minimum Dimensions of Test Samples for Brinell and Diamond Pyramid Hardness Test, Dr. G. A. Hankins
  • and C. E. Aldous, 276
  • Note on Some Formulae Concerning Viscous and Plastic Flow on Soft Metals, Dr. E. W. Fell, 277
  • Note on the Influence of Gases in an 8 per cent. Copper-Aluminium Alloy on Normal and Inverse Segregation, Dr. I. G. Slater, 276
  • Transformations in the Copper-Palladium Alloys, R. Taylor, 297
  • Transverse Tests of Sand Cast Aluminium Alloy Bars, C. E. Phillips and J. D. Grogan, 297
  • Viscous Properties of Extruded Eutectic Alloys of Lead-Tin and Bismuth-Tin, C. J. Pearson, 277
  • British Students to go on Belgian Tour, (366)
  • Educational Tour for Students, (264)
  • Gases and Metal Surfaces, Professor E. K. Rideal's May Lecture, 499
  • INSTITUTE OF PATENTEES :
  • Exhibitors at British Industries Fair, (149)
  • INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS :
  • Proper Training and Certificating of Laboratory and Technical Assistants, (329)
  • INSTITUTE OF TRANSPORT :
  • Annual Dinner, 1935, (388)
  • Congress Programme in Leeds, 494
  • President-Elect, Mr. S. E. Garcke, (555)
  • Run of Special Train with " Universal " Oil-engined Locomotive, 638
  • Transport Requirements of Industry, C. A. Lambert, (661)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS, NORTH-EAST COAST :
  • Presentation of Warrant of College of Arms Granting Armorial Bearings to the Institution, 189
  • INSTITUTION, PERMANENT WAY :
  • Annual Dinner, Railway Companies to Assist in Jubilee Celebrations, (149)
  • INSTITUTION, RAILWAY BENEVOLENT :
  • President, Mr. Oliver Stanley, (479)
  • INSTITUTION, ROYAL UNITED SERVICE :
  • Coal v. Oil for the Navy, Engineer Vire-Admiral Sir Reginald W. Skelton, 307
  • INSTITUTION OF AUTOMOBILE ENGINEERS :
  • " Causes of Detonation in Petrol and Diesel Engines," G. D. Boerlago and Dr. W. T. D. van Dyck, 243
  • Efficient Service of Lead-Bronze Bearings, C. B. Dicksee, (479)
  • Motor Repair Certificates, 595
  • Research Laboratory at Chiswick, 263
  • Retirement of Secretary, Basil H. Joy, 217
  • INSTITUTION OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Investigation into Gasworks Purification Plant, (71)
  • Twelfth Annual Dinner, (212)
  • INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS :
  • Charles Hawksley Prize Awarded, (464)
  • Conversazione Report, 634
  • Fourteenth Report, Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, Dr. J. Newton Friend, 302
  • Respective Merits of Roads and Railways for Colonial Development, J. W. Spiller, (505)
  • Wind Pressure on Buildings, Research on, A. Bailey, (97)
  • London Students : Annual Dinner, (242)
  • INSTITUTION OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, Report, (184)
  • Faraday Lecture, The Engineer and the Free Electron, C. C. Paterson, 297
  • Faraday Medal Awarded to Sir Frank E. Smith, F.R.S., (148)
  • Presentation by Viscount Falmouth of Painting of Sir Charles Parsons, (43)
  • Scholarships in Electrical Engineering, 275
  • Supervisory Control Systems, Dr. M. Schleicher, 490
  • London Students : Annual Dinner, Report, (238)
  • North-Western Section : Annual Dinner, Report, (134)
  • Benson Boiler and Power Stations, Dr. F. Ohlnitiller, 197
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS AND SHIPBUILDERS IN SCOTLAND :
  • Concrete Roads, J. H. Walker, 94
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS-IN-CHARGE :
  • Annual Dinner, Report, (418)
  • INSTITUTION OF ENGINEERS, JUNIOR :
  • Autoplex System of Traffic Control, H. J. N. Riddle, (97)
  • Fire Fighting, E. C. Prince, (123)
  • INSTITUTION OF GAS ENGINEERS :
  • Presidential Address by Mr. F. P. Ttkrratt, 571
  • INSTITUTION OF HEATING AND VENTILATING ENGINEERS :
  • Safety Devices on Heating Circuits, A. H. Barker, (288)
  • INSTITUTION OF LOCOMOTIVE ENGINEERS :
  • Annual Dinner, Report, (242)
  • INSTITUTION OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annual General Meeting, 204, 212 (Leading Article, 204)
  • Council's Awards for Papers, (148)
  • Automatic Combustion Control, J. L. Hodgson and L. L. Robinson, 128, 132 (Leading Article, 125) (Letter, F. L. Cater, 153)
  • Gasworks Practice, F. M. Birks, 432, 435, 460
  • Mechanics of Electrical Switchgear, H. Trencham, 312 (Leading Article, 305)
  • Summer Meeting at Liverpool, Programme, 584; Liverpool and the Atlantic Ferry, J. Austin, 658; Visits, 658
  • Surface Condensers, Some Factors in Design of, H. L. Guy and E. J. Winstanley, 154, 182, 210, 204
  • Graduates : Recent Activities, (342)
  • North-Western Branch : Annual Dinner, Report, (86)
  • Design of Surface Condensing Plant, H. L. Guy and E. V. Winstanley, 154, 182, 210
  • INSTITUTION OF MINING AND METALLURGY :
  • Annual Dinner, Report, (464)
  • Mavor and Coulson Travelling Scholarship Award, (310)
  • Medal Awarded to H. Eustace Mitton, (48)
  • Summer Meeting, Dates, (292)
  • INSTITUTION OF MUNICIPAL AND COUNTY ENGINEERS :
  • Presidential Address, W. J. Hadfield, 619
  • INSTITUTION OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS :
  • Spring Meetings, (149), 231, 298, 323, 347, 371
  • Annual Dinner, Report, 325
  • Annual Reports and Accounts, 298
  • Awards, Gold Medal, and Premium, 298
  • Presidential Address, 298
  • Papers
  • Aircraft Carriers, Sir A. W. Johns, 323, 327
  • An Experimental Examination of Distribution of Velocity Around Ship's Model Placed in Turbulent Stream, J. H. Lamble, 371
  • Automatic Steering Control of Ships, Sir James B. Henderson, 324, 334
  • Development of Auxiliary Propeller Drive, E. C. Garrett, 372
  • Electrically Welded Joints in Ship Construction, Professor B. P. Haigh, 347, 351
  • Fire-fighting Arrangements in Ships, E. F. Spanner, 371
  • Form Efficiency, Professor E. M. Bragg, 349
  • Influence of Keys and Keyways on Cylindrical Fits and Shrinkage Fits, Professor E. G. Coker and R. Russell, 371
  • Insulating Holds in Relation to Heat Leakage, Structure of, Dr. Smith and Mr. Farmer, 348
  • Lubrication of Bearings, Some Questions Relating to, Monsieur H. Brillie, 371
  • Scale Effect on Screw Propellers, J. F. Allan, 371
  • Screw Propellers of Varying Blade Section in Open Water, Part H, G. S. Baker and A. W. Riddle, 348
  • Ship Lengths for Minimum Pitching and Maximum Seaworthiness, Appropriate, J. L. Kent, 349
  • Vibration Neutraliser for Ships, Professor C. E. Inglis, 308
  • Summer Meeting Programme, (440)
  • INSTITUTION OF RAILWAY SIGNAL ENGINEERS :
  • Presidential Address, History of the Locking Frame, Ralph S. Griffiths, (173)
  • Summer Meeting at Cardiff, (605)
  • INSTITUTION OF STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS :
  • Annnual Dinner and Dance, (337)
  • Charter Luncheon, Report, (570)
  • Pamphlet of Education, Professional Training and Employment in Structural Engineering, (242)
  • Summer Conference Programme, 540
  • SOCIETE DES INGENIEURS CIVILS DE FRANCE :
  • History of Societe, Monsieur Du-Plat-Taylor, 426
  • SOCIETY, BRITISH EXECUTIVE EMPLOYMENT :
  • Mr. Robert Ogden's Scheme, 158
  • SOCIETY, ENGINEERING GOLFING :
  • Sir Robert Hadfield's Golf Challenge Cup, (108)
  • SOCIETY, HAMBURG TANK :
  • Summer Meeting in Scotland, 624
  • British Deep-sea Fishing, Modern, Dr. Hans Liibbert, 624
  • High-pressure Turbines and Boilers, O. Jebens, 624
  • Influence of Weight and Buoyancy Distribution on Sea Performance, John Anderson, 624
  • Measuring Changes of Tension, Pressure, and Strength, Dr.-Ing. W. Pabst, 624
  • Practical Limits of Super-pressure Steam in Ship Proplusion, Professor 0. Bauer, 624
  • Ship Forms in Relation to Economy and Pitching, Dr.-Ing. G. Kempf, 624
  • Shipping, Shipbuilding, and Engineering Questions, Present-day, Dr.-Ing. E. Foerster, 624
  • Visits and Social Functions, 624
  • SOCIETY, ILLUMINATING ENGINEERING :
  • Heterochromatic Photometry, with Particular Reference to Luminous Discharge Tubes, H. Huckley, (279)
  • SOCIETY, INDUSTRIAL WELFARE :
  • Visit of H.R.H. The Duke of York to Offices, (505)
  • SOCIETY, LIVERPOOL ENGINEERING :
  • Piping Systems for High-pressure Steam, A. G. Budgen, (71)
  • SOCIETY, NATIONAL SMOKE ABATEMENT :
  • Conference on Smokeless Fuel, 595
  • Memorandum, Damage to Buildings by Smoke, (71)
  • Summer Conference in London, (479), (555)
  • SOCIETY, NEWCOMEN :
  • Summer Meeting in Derbyshire, 611
  • Annual Dinner, 611
  • Derbyshire Industries, Historical Notes on Some, Rhys Jenkins, 611
  • High Peak Railway, Sidelights on, D. P. Carr, 611
  • Reverberatory Furnace with Coal Fuel, 1612-1712, Rhys Jenkins, 81
  • SOCIETY, PHYSICAL :
  • Award of Duddell Medal, (311)
  • SOCIETY, TELEVISION :
  • Definition of Photo-electric (Light Sensitive) Cells, (605)
  • Invention in Relation to National Welfare and its Legislative Control, Sir Ambrose Fleming, 287
  • SOCIETY, WHITWORTH :
  • Annual Commemoration Dinner, (310)
  • SOCIETY OF ARTS, ROYAL :
  • Coal Utilisation, W. R. Gordon, (629)
  • Thomas L. Gray Memorial Prizes for Improvement and Encouragement of Navigation, 212
  • SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL INDUSTRY :
  • Formation of Road and Building Materials Group, (43)
  • President, Mr. Edwin Thompson, (338)
  • Recent Developments in Field .of Petroleum, Dr. A. E. Dunstan, (455)
  • Wet Rot in Greenheart and Pitchpine, E. A; Rudge, (13)
  • South Wales Section : Hydrogenation of Coal, Dr. W. Idris Jones, (123)
  • SOCIETY OF ENGLAND, ROYAL AGRICULTURAL:
  • Ipswich Show, 1934, (42)
  • SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN, ROYAL :
  • Conversazione, Report, 502
  • Fellowship Conferred on Mr. A. G. M. Michell, Inventor of Michell Thrust and Journal Bearings, (253)
  • SOCIETY OF MECHANICAL ENGINEERS, AMERICAN :
  • Supersaturated Steam, Mr. J. I. Yellott, 207
  • SOCIETY OF NAVAL ARCHITECTS, AMERICAN :
  • Relative Elasticity of Engine Crank Shafts, William C. Stewart, 537
  • ATMOSPHERIC Dust, Apparatus for Recording, (555)

B

  • BAKELITE Cement for Embedding Microscope Specimens, (555)
  • Bakelite Electric Fittings, Factories in Bombay Island for, (13)
  • Bakelite Mounting for Metallographic Specimens, (329)
  • Balloon Crash, Soviet, (173)
  • Barrage, Proposed Kut, 139, (173), 469
  • Basket Cribs on Apishapa River, Flood Protection by, 628
  • Baths at Doncaster, Improvements at Grey Friars-road, (440)
  • Bearing for Industrial Operating Problems, "Nomy," (123)
  • Bearings, Finish of, J. C. H. Atkins, (149)
  • Bearings, Laminated Plastics for, (429)
  • Bearings run at 50,000 r.p.m., (605)
  • Bellows, Hydraulically Formed, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, Ltd., 68
  • Bells of Blythsburgh Church, Suffolk, Welded by Barimar, Ltd., (338)
  • Bells of Church of St. Mary, Woodbridge, Suffolk, Repair by Welding of, (97)
  • Belting, R. and J. Dick, Ltd., B.I.F., 220
  • Belting Charts, Conveyor, Mayor and Coulson, Ltd., (310)
  • Benalloy, Uses of, (353)
  • Benzole Producing Plant of Leeds Corporation Opened, (555)
  • l3enzole Recovery Plant of Dundee, (173)
  • Benzoic, Recovery Plant at Funfkirchen, (377)
  • Benzole Recovery Plant at Manchester Gas-works, (173)
  • Beryllium-Copper Alloys, (353)
  • Birmingham to Dunstable, Transferring 500 Homes from, (464)
  • Birthday Honours for British Railway Directors, (581)
  • Blending System, Synchroweigh, H. Simon, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v

BOILERS :

  • Benson Boiler and Power Stations, Dr. F. Ohlmuller, 197
  • Boiler, Electrode, General Electric Company,Ltd., B.I.F., 222
  • Boiler, High-pressure Testing, Dewrance and Co., Ltd., 589
  • Boiler, " Woolnough," 599, 606 (Two-page Supplement, June 15th, 1934)
  • Boiler Instrument Panel, Geo. Kent, Ltd., 144, 145
  • Boiler Smoke, Reduction of, British Smoke Eliminators, Ltd., 439
  • Boiler Tubes, Overcoming Difficulty in Replacing, C. A. Armstrong, (455)
  • Boiler Water Treatment, Problems Awaiting Solution in, U. S. Irving, (303)
  • Boilers for Southern Railway Train Ferries, Yarrow and Co., Ltd., 398
  • Boilers for Barking Power Station, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 115-121 (Two-page
  • Supplement, February 2nd, 1934)
  • BORIUM, Hardness of, (581)
  • Braking Performances, Chart of, Ferodo Ltd., (238)
  • Brass Ingots, Casting of, 376
  • Bricks from Coal Mine Residue, Experiment at Bedlington to Make, (329)
  • Bricks with High Content of Corundum, Manufacture of, (43)
  • Breathing Apparatus for Use in Gaseous Atmospheres, (71)
  • Bridge and Structural Engineers' National Federation, Annual General Meeting, (97)

BRIDGES :

  • Abushka River Bridge Opened, World's Largest Welded Bridge, (605)
  • Alawwa• Bridge, Ceylon, Opened, (655)
  • Atchafalaya River Bridge, Construction of, (71)
  • Ava Bridge Over Irrawaddy River Opened, 1, (13)
  • Barendrecht Lift Bridge, 580, 582
  • Birchenough Bride, S. Rhodesia, to be Finished by April, 1935, (529)
  • Burrard Bridge, Vancouver, 23
  • Chelsea Suspension Bridge, 217
  • Concrete Railway Bridge near Vaudreuil, Quebec, Largest Single-spanned Rigid-framed, (505)
  • Dalgrain Bridge over Firth and Clyde Canal Opened, (353)
  • Forth Road Bridge, Proposed, 343, 645
  • Glensburgh Bridge Opened, (353)
  • Grey-street Bridge, Brisbane, 23, 24
  • Harding Bridge Across Ganges, Race Against Time to Save, (403), (455)
  • Jumna Road and Rail Bridge at Delhi, Reconstruction of, (13)
  • Kawasaki Harbour All-welded Vertical Lift Bridge, (97)
  • Khedive Ismail Bridge, Cairo, 24
  • Kuala Lumpur Reinforced Concrete Arch Bridge, (97)
  • London Bridge, 1802, Telford's Proposed, 604
  • Menai Straits Bridge, 1811, Telford's Proposed, 694
  • Newport Vertical Lift Bridge, 228, 232, 233, 248, 249, 254 (Two-page Supplement, March 9th, 1934)
  • San Francisco-Oakland Bridge, 622
  • Tees Vertical Lift Drawbridge, Middlesbrough, 24 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Traneberg Arch Bridge, Stockholm, 24 (Suppelement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Trans-Bay Bridge, San Francisco, Last Caisson Landed, (13)
  • Tri-borough Bridge, New York, (455)
  • Twickenham Bridge, 25 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Wandsworth Bridge, Scheme for Reconstruction, 139
  • Waterloo Bridge, 139, 319, 367, 469, 495, 545, 571, 645
  • Waterloo Bridge, Demolition of, 645
  • Waterloo Bridge and Society for Protection of Ancient Buildings and London Society, (529)
  • Welded Steel Bridge Across River Abushka Opened, (529)
  • BRITISH Goods and Crown Colonies, 113
  • British Science Guild, Friction, Professor E. N. da C. Andrade, 595

BRITISH STANDARDS INSTITUTION :

  • Aluminium Alloy Forgings, Light, 252
  • Angles and Tee Bars, 540
  • Arc Welding of Structures, 337
  • Bevel Gears, 487
  • Birch Plywood, 212
  • Boiler and Superheater Tubes, 212
  • Cable Glands and Sealing Boxes, 540
  • Calorific Value, Gross and Net, 172
  • Cast Iron Soil, Waste, &c., Pipes, 440
  • Concrete Tiles, 590
  • Drain Pipes and Fittings, 414
  • Electric Signs, 654
  • Eyebolts, Steel, 172
  • Fibre Cores for Wire Ropes, 108
  • Graphical Symbols, 314
  • Handbook of Information and Indexed List , 252
  • Lamp Bulbs, 4-volt Miners' Hand, 252
  • Lancashire and Cornish Boilers, 337
  • Lead, Chemical, 554
  • Light Railway Rails and Portable Railway Track, 487
  • Linseed Oil Putty, 554
  • Medium Hard Copper Strip, Bars and Rods, 108
  • Phenol and Tar Acids, 12
  • Plugs and Socket Outlets, 590
  • Power-driven Derrick Cranes, 487
  • Sand-lime (Calcium-silicate) Bricks, 440
  • Scoured Cotton Fabric, 654
  • Screw Lamp Caps and Lampholders, 414
  • Steel Arches for Mines, 487
  • Steel-cored Aluminium Conductors, Standard, 440
  • Steel Pins for Aircraft Purposes, 540
  • Steel Roller Chains and Wheels, 540
  • Steel Spigot and Socket Pipes, 252
  • Structural Steel for Girder Bridges, 12
  • Structural Steel, High-tension, 554
  • Switches for 600 Volts, 314
  • Switchgear for Indoor and Outdoor Installations, 172
  • Synthetic Resin Insulating Sheets, 554
  • Tungsten Filament Lamps, 487
  • BROMINE from Sea Water, Plant for Removing, (429)
  • Buildings in Canada, Fire-safe, (13)

C

  • CABLE, Experimental Installation of 220-kV Oil-filled Transmission, (581)
  • Cable Laying in Rural Areas, Callender's Cable and Construction Company, Ltd., 654
  • Cable Spiking Gun, Accles and Shelvoke, Ltd., B.I.F., 194
  • Cable Syndicates, German, (173)
  • Caisson Sickness and Whales, (655)
  • Caissons, Rotinoff, 224
  • Calendars, Diaries, Sec., 26, 112, 148
  • Calorimetry, Instrumental Side of, J. Guild, 36
  • Camera of Great Speed, Kodak, (629)
  • Canada, Present Conditions in, (455)

CANADIAN ENGINEERING NEWS

  • Air Mail Carryings, 661
  • Alkali-chlorine Plant, 399
  • Alkali Water on Cement, Action of, 661
  • Bridge and Structural Steelwork, 661
  • Bridge Building Programme, 661
  • Business Conditions, 288
  • Caughnawaga Bridge, St. Lawrence River, 12
  • Cement, Action of Alkali Water on, 661
  • Coal, 399
  • Container Testing Machine, 172
  • Electrical Engineering, 399
  • Engineers Aid Fisheries, 172
  • English Tin Plant, 12
  • Forest Wealth of Canada, 661
  • Highway Lighting Tests, 661
  • Industry in Maritime Provinces, 12
  • Power Plant at Slave Falls, 172
  • Progress at Rapide Blanc, 288
  • Pulp Machinery Experiments, 288
  • Railway Rolling Stock Industry, 172
  • Sewerage Scheme at Toronto, 399
  • Snow Removal Machinery, 172
  • Tin-plate Plant, 172
  • Water Power and Mining, 12

CANALS:

  • Canal Traffic in 1933 on L.M.S. System, (636)
  • Dearne and Dove Canal, Closing of, (505)
  • Suez Canal Company, Annual General Meeting, 571; Receipts in 1933, (13); Reduction of Dues, (71); Shipping Tonnage, (329); Traffic during March, 1934, (403)
  • CANNING Industry, Processing Machinery for, G. A. Harvey and Co. (London), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppe., 16.2.34, i
  • Canning Industry of Britain, (123)
  • Cardboard Making Machines for Thames Board Mills, Ltd., Two, (123)
  • Casein Glue, (549)
  • Casting of Brass Ingots, 376
  • Castings Cleaned by Water under Pressure, (173)
  • Catalogues, 26, 108, 134, 209, 310, 337, 464, 518, 590, 638
  • Cellulose Sheets for Protection of Written or Printed Records, (429)
  • Cement and Concrete, Physical and Chemical Properties of, D. Werner and S. Giertz-Hedstrom, 235 (Erratum, 264) (Leading Article, 255)
  • Cement-Gun Work, " Gunite," (268)
  • Cement in Paving, Use of Hot, (629)
  • Cement Manufacture in North Lincolnshire, (71)
  • Cement Mortars, Researches on, (429)
  • Cements, Liquid Thermoplastic. (555)
  • Centenary of Death of Thomas Telford, 603
  • Centrifugal Unit Operated at Speed of 20,000 Revolutions per Second, Sharpies', (403)
  • Challen, Mr. W. B., Complimentary Dinner, (149)
  • Chapman, F. M., Retirement from G.E.C. of, (212)
  • Chemical Works at Dairen, (173)
  • Chromium in Vanadium and Molybdenum Steels, Estimating, (455)
  • Chromium Plating Plant, 636
  • Circulator, Gas-heated, W. Canning and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 193
  • Clinker Grinding in Iowa Generating Station, (253)
  • Clutch, Hele-Shaw, Platt Brothers and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2. 34, viii

COAL AND COKE :

  • All-electric Coal Mine at Blyth, (479)
  • Anti-breakage Device at Blyth Coal Staiths, (227)
  • British Coal in Canada, (540)
  • Brown Coal Beds Discovered in Ural Mountains, (455)
  • Caerau Colliery Reopened, (71)
  • Coal, Statistics About, Sir Robert Horne, (279)
  • Coal and Southern Rhodesia, (555)
  • Coal, Brighter Prospects for, 445
  • Coal Cleaning by Vacuum Flotation Treatment, (173)
  • Coal Cleaning Plant, Ashington, Goodall,
  • Clayton and Co., Ltd., 39, 44
  • Coal Control in Belgium, State, 571
  • Coal Cutter, Chain Type, Uskside Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 222
  • Coal Deposits at Hung Men Kou, Working of, (227)
  • Coal Deposits Discovered in Central Volga Region, (629)
  • Coal Derivative Fuels for Road Vehicles, Exhibition at Westminster, 584
  • Coal Discovered on Cornsay Fell, (260)
  • Coal for Paris—Orleans Railway, Welsh, (581)
  • Coal Fuel for St. Helens Glass Works, (123)
  • Coal Hoists at Roath Dock, Two Additional, (329)
  • Coal Hydrogenation Plant at Elan, Korea, (173)
  • Coal Output for Eighteen Weeks Shows Increase, (629)
  • Coal Output of Russia, 1933, (173)
  • Coal Shipped for Bunkers, 1933, (227)
  • Coal Shipped for Fishing Industry and Foreign Trade, (655)
  • Coal Staiths at Hebburn-on-Tyne, (655)
  • Coal Utilisation Council, 269
  • Coal v. Oil for the Navy, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir Reginald W. Skelton, 307
  • Coal Washer, Chance, General Electric Research Laboratories, 68
  • Coke Oven Plant at Funfkirchen, (377)
  • Dry Cleaning of Coal, Professor F. J. Tromp, (353)
  • Firedamp Explosions, Projection of Flame, (581)
  • Hydrogenation of Coal, Dr. W. Idris Jones, (127)
  • Hydrogenation of Coal in Ruhr District, (227)
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant at Askern, (479)
  • Machine-cut Coal Produced in Great Britain in 1933, (403)
  • Pit at Syddyn, near Llanelly, Sinking, (581)
  • Pulverised Coal, Estimated Annual Consumption of, (629)
  • " Safety First " Demonstration and Wyndham Colliery, (629)
  • Seaham Colliery Re-opened, (329)
  • Stacked Coal, Tests on Effect of Weather on, (629)
  • Steel Pit Props and Mine Arches, (655)
  • Tyne Coal and Coke Shipments, (655)
  • COLONIAL Development, Merits of Roads and Railways for, (505)
  • Colouring of Clay Bricks, (279)
  • Commercial Treaty, Anglo-French, 619
  • Companies Registered in England, Jordan's Statistics, (71)

COMPRESSORS, AIR AND GAS :

  • Air Compressor Set, Portable, Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt.
  • Air Compressor Unit, Shenstone Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 195
  • Air Compressing Set, Williams B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • COMMUNICATION Over Power Systems, H. E. Rutter, 93
  • Concrete, Heating of Fresh, by Passage of Electric Current, (403)
  • Concrete Construction, Moving Forms for, H. H. Broughton, 451
  • Concrete Laboratory, All-Tunnel Portland Cement Company, Ltd., 300, 301
  • Concrete Mixer, Rotary, Liner Concrete Machinory Company, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi
  • Concrete Piles Treated with Asphaltum, (173)
  • Concrete Siaecimens, Shrinkage of, (429)
  • Concrete Tank, Construction of Pre-stressed, (455)
  • Condenser of 113,000 Square Feet of Cooling Surface, (555)
  • Condenser Tube Seater, F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., 105
  • Condensers, Risisto Zinc -free Tubes for, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Condensers for Power Factor Correction, Philips Industrial, 70
  • Condensing Plant, Design of Surface, H. L. Guy and E. V. Winstanley, 154, 182
  • Contracts and Orders, 26, 60, 86, 112, 134, 158, 186, 216, 238, 292, 318, 392, 418, 444, 468, 490, 518, 544, 566, 590, 618, 644, 668
  • " Contrasit," Bandage to Stop Slipping on Belts, (388)
  • Control Apparatus, " Reform " Automatic, Feed Stream, H. Simon, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v
  • Conveyor Belting Charts, Mavor and Coulson, Ltd., (310)
  • Conveyor Belting Records, Mavor and Coulson, Ltd., (310)
  • Conveying Belt, Rubber Curbs Vulcanised on, (555)
  • Coopers Hill War Memorial Prize, Conditions for 1934 Award, 212
  • Copper, Preparation of Electrolytic Monsieur E. Vuignor, (353)
  • Copper Alloy " Kunial," (227)
  • Copper and Welded Joints, (529)
  • Copper Bars, Extension at Prescot of Plant for, (455)
  • Copper Covering for Dome at Winnipeg Railway Station, (97)
  • Copper Harder than Structural Steel, (581)
  • Copper Imports from Dominions, (43)
  • Copper Tubes for Locomotive Condensers, Earle, Bourne and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Copper Weld, Strength of Unhammered, (455)
  • Corrosion-resisting Aluminium Alloys, Birmabright, Ltd., R.I.P., Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Crane, Oil Engine Driven Locomotive, Thomas Smith and Sons (Rodley), Ltd., 207
  • Crane, I-Ton Mobile, R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi
  • Crane at Puget Sound Navy Yard, 250-Ton, (13)
  • Crane Motors, Protective Panels for, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 563
  • Crank Axles, Locomotive, F. L. Baxter, 646
  • Creep Characteristics of Fifteen Different Alloys, (43)
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels—Weekly Cutter, Portable Straight-line Oxy-acetylene, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Cutting Alloy, " Ardoloy," High-speed, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppe., 16.2.34, vii
  • Cylinder Liner Wear in High-speed Engines, L. J. Le Messurier and R. Stansfield, (403)
  • Cylinder Liners, Anti-corrodible, Barimar, Ltd., 437
  • Cylinders, Lining, (71)
  • Cylinders, Repair of Scored, Barimar Process, 612

D

  • DAIMLER, Gottlieb, Hundredth Anniversary of Birth of Inventor of High-speed Internal Combustion Engine, (279)

DAMS :

  • Aswan Dam, 56 (Supplement, January 5th , 1934)
  • Boulder Dam (late Hoover), Statistics of, (97)
  • Boulder Dam, Progress Two Years Ahead of Schedule, (629)
  • Buttress Dam, J. Martin Alonso, 209
  • Clatteringshaws Dam on Galloway Water Power Scheme, 52
  • Glacier Dam, Argentina, Collapse of, 252
  • Mettur Dam Nearing Completion, (353)
  • Norris Dam, Transportation Over Concrete Road of Materials for, (429)
  • Riverhurst, near Moose Jaw, Dam, (43)
  • Ryburn Dam, 26 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Vaal River Dam, (71), 576
  • Wellington Dam, W. Australia, 504
  • DEGREASING Metals by Use of Trichlorethy-lene, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Development, Parsons Steam Turbine, of—see Parsons, page iv
  • Die, Nickel Cast Iron, (262)
  • Die Head, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vii
  • Dies, Matched Patterns for Male and Female, (173)
  • Discovery, Students and Historical Side of, (43)
  • Drainage Scheme for Falkirk, (173)
  • Drawing-office Materials, British, G. V. Rickards, (43)
  • Drawings, Methods for Draughtsmen to Keep Clean, (303)
  • Dredging Contract for Southampton Harbour, (123)
  • Drill, " Rotodrill " Pneumatic Mining, Holman Brothers, Ltd., R.I.P. Suppe., 23.2.34, vii
  • Drills, Rock, Holman Brothers, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vii
  • " Duralax " Tracing Paper, S. C. and P. Harding, Ltd., (82)
  • Dust and Smoke, It. Whytlow-Gray, 409
  • Dust Separator, Supreme Vortex, W. Alexander, 437
  • Dyed Metal, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.1. F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i
  • Dyestuffs, Production of Synthetic Organic, (584)

E

  • EARTHQUAKE Damage to Railways in India, (279)
  • Economiser Units, Flash-welded, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., R.I.P. Suppt., 23.2.34, i
  • Economist, The, Seven Cardinal Fallacies, 156 (Letters, F. A. Auger, 177; M. Jacklin, 177)
  • Economy Programme in United States, (377)
  • Education for the " Brave New World," Mr. H. J. Cull, 549
  • Educational Intelligence, 67, 148, 184

ELECTRICAL MATTERS :

  • See also Scientific Instruments
  • A.C. Distribution Systems, Modern Practice in Lay-out of, L. Romero, 598
  • Alternator Rotor for Galloway Water Power Scheme, English Electric Company, Ltd., 612
  • Alternators for Salt River Power Station, Parsons 20,000-kW, 325
  • Barking Power Station, 115-121, 124, 144, 150, 168 (Two-page Supplement, February 2nd, 1934)
  • Bench Lay-out in an Electrical Repair Shop, L. I. Hunt, 49 (Leading Article, 45) (Letter, G. H. Miles, 127)
  • Blackburn Meadows Power Station, 11 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Brimsdown " B " Power Station, Extensions of, 378, 381 (Two-page Supplement, April 13th, 1934)
  • Bulawayo Power Station, Modernising, (13)
  • Cable Sheaths, Henley's Seamless Lead, 311
  • Central Electricity Baord, Annual Report, 1933, 397
  • Central England Electricity Scheme, 243
  • Circuit Breaker, General Electric Company, Ltd., 563 (Leading Article, 557)
  • Circuit Breaker, Highest Voltage Oilless, A.E.G. Company, (628)
  • Circuit Breaker, Knowles-Shotter, 36
  • Circuit Tester, Megger, Evershed and Vignolles, Ltd., 36
  • Control Room at Bankside Power Station, Reyrolle and Co Ltd., 52, 53
  • Control Room at Co.,Bristol, Automatic Electric Company, Ltd., 52
  • Distribution Board, English Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 221
  • Dunston Power Station 11 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Electric Boiler Plant in Factory, Automatic, Bastian and Allen, Ltd., 259
  • Electric Cables, Design of, Dr. P. Dunsheath, (529)
  • Electric Current for Heating Frozen Pipes, (455)
  • Electric Furnaces for S. Fox and Co., Ltd., High-frequency, Electric Furnace Company, Ltd., 400
  • Electric Heating Stations in U.S.S.R., Central, (227)
  • Electric Motors, Laurence Scott and Electro-motors, Ltd., B.I.F. 196
  • Electric Motors at Hull Ice Factory, General Electric Company, Ltd., 410
  • Electric Vehicles vertu. Motor Omnibuses, Advantage, (123)
  • Electrical Conductors, Careful Preparation of Surfaces of, (555)
  • Electrical Energy from Sea, Monsieur Georges Claude's Experiments, (303)
  • Electrical Export Trade, German, 163
  • Electrical Import and Exports During May, (655)
  • Electrical Installations, Specifications for, H. R. M. Thorp, 450
  • Electrical Instruments, Negretti and Zambra, Ltd., 70
  • Electrical Instruments and Apparatus, India's Imports of, (629)
  • Electrical Machinery and Apparatus for Soviet Russia, (555)
  • Electrical Machinery in British Collieries, J. A. B. Horsley, (429)
  • Electrical Mining Machinery, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 222
  • Electrical Precipitators at Brimsdown, Sturtevant Engineering Company, Ltd., 486
  • Electrical Research Association, Annual Luncheon, 163
  • Electrical Switchgear, Mechanics of, H. Trencham, 312; (Leading Article, 305)
  • Electrical Transmission Research Lahore-titles, Callender, 656, 659
  • Electricity Commission Appointments,(288)
  • Electricity Commissioners' Official Returns, Statistics, January, 1934 (201); February, 1934, (303); March, 1934, (403); April, 1934, (505); May, 1934, (605)
  • Electricity for Heat and Motive Power for Waterproofing Fabric, (299)
  • Electricity Supply at Downton, 160 H.P. " Brush "Four-cylinder Oil Engine for, 261
  • Electricity Supply Bill, New, 376
  • Electricity Supply from Kettering for Corby, Northants, (376)
  • Electricity Supply from Pykara to Cochin State, (455)
  • Electricity Supply of Manchester, 619
  • Electricity Supply System of Weston, Australia, (555)
  • Electrification Scheme for Petlad, Baroda State Government Sanctions, (455)
  • Electro-deposition of Aluminium from Non-aqueous Solution, R. D. Blue and F. C. Mathers, (629)
  • Electromagnet, Large Experimental, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 637
  • Electrode Boiler, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 222
  • Electrodes for Electric Arc Welding, Ferro-Aro Welding Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Supple, 16.2.34, i
  • Fulham Power Station, 11, 14
  • Fuse Handles, Conversion, English Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 221
  • Fuse Handles, English Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 221
  • Fuse Switches, " Combination " Metal-clad, English Eleotric Company, Ltd., 234
  • Fuse Unit, Universal, English Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 221
  • Generator, Ultra High-frequency Oscillation, Marconi Company, 38
  • Generator Shafts for Beauharnois Power Scheme, English Steel Corporation, 130
  • German Cable Manufacturing Industry, 243
  • Heating Circuits, Safety Devices, (288)
  • Hypo-synchronous Motor, Laurence, Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., 196
  • Isolating Switches for Polo Mounting, Henley's Telegraph Works Company, Ltd., 462
  • Johannesburg Municipal Power-house, Extensions at, (71)
  • Kroonstad Council, S. Africa, Change Over of Electricity Supply from Direct to Alternating Current, (71)
  • Manchester Corporation Supply, Production of Units in 1933, (13)
  • Mechanics of Electrical Switchgear, H. Trencham, 312; (Leading Article, 306)
  • Mining Transformers, 75-kVA, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 438
  • Motor, Explosion-proof, General Electric Comapny, Ltd., B.I.F., 222
  • Motor Converters, 2500-kW, Brush Electrical Engineering Company, Ltd., 106
  • Motor Units, Geared Electric, Metropolitan Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 158
  • Motor Units, Fractional Horse-power Geared, British ThomEon -Houston Company, Ltd., 412
  • Motor Units, Geared Electric, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 158
  • Motors, A.C. and D.C., Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto, Ltd., B.I.F., 224
  • Motors, Electric, Higgs Motors, Ltd., B.I.F., 224
  • Motors, " Fankuld "Totally Enclosed Frame-cooled, Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto Ltd., B.I.F., 223
  • Motors, Flame-proof, Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto, Ltd., B.I.F., 224
  • Oil-electric Generating Set at Municipal Electricity Works, Copenhagen, (253)
  • Power Factor Demonstrator, Crompton-Parkinson, 51
  • Power Factor of Three-phase Cables, P. V. Hunter, (303)
  • Power Plant, Experiments with Rotary, Julius D. Madaras, (245)
  • Power Plant at Bulawayo, (529)
  • Power Plant Erection Problems, Some, H. C. Young, 413
  • Power Station at Dairen, (173)
  • Power Station at Lac Noir, Vosges Mountains, Messrs. Escher, Wyss Report of Accident, 148
  • Power Station Control Room, Bankside, 426
  • Protective Panels for Crane Motors, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 563
  • Radiation Relay, Simple, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 37
  • Reactor, Three-phase, Hackbridge Electric Construction Company, Ltd., 286
  • Rectifier, Plato Type, Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 220
  • Rectifier, 7-kW Three-phase Glass Bulb, Professor J. K. Catterson Smith, 70
  • Rectifier Sub-station at Acton, Underground, Hewittic Electric Company, Ltd., 434
  • Rectifiers, Costs and Coditions of Glass and Steel Mercury, J. E. Calverley, (303)
  • Rectifiers on L.M.S. Railway, Glass Bulk Hewittic Electric Company, Ltd., 452
  • Relays, Ferranti Ltd., 69
  • Rubber Mountings on Motors, Mercury Used to Test Vibrations of, (505)
  • Specifications for Electrical Installations, H. R. M. Thorp, 450
  • Starter, Adjustable Time Alternate Acting, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 70
  • Starter, Air-break Draw-out Gate-end, Switchgear and Cowans, Ltd., B.I.F., 220
  • Starter, Gate-end, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 222
  • Surplus Electric Energy in North Wisconsin and Upper Michigan, (555)
  • Switch, Automatic Emergency Lighting Change-over and Battery Charging, Igranic Electric Company, Ltd., 70
  • Switchboard, Single Bus-bar, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 52, 53
  • Switchboard, " Trubicle," Switchgear and Cowans, Ltd., B.I.F., 220
  • Switchboard, Volt and Ammeters, Miniature, Elliott Brothers (London,) Ltd., 36
  • Transmission Lines, Steel-cored Aluminium Conductors for, J. S. and W. E. Highfield, 256
  • Turbo-alternator at Barton Power Station, Non-stop Run of, (253)
  • Turbo-alternators in Paper Mills, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 209
  • Turbo-generator Taking Steam at 800 lb per square inch, 7500-kW, (555)
  • Turbo-generator, 50-kW, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi
  • Verooniging Power Station on Vaal River, Proposed, (329)
  • Yorkshire Electric Power Company, Annual Report, 163
  • ELEVATOR, Opening of Niederfinow Canal Boat, (353)
  • Elevators, Fastest in World at Rockfeller Centre, (43)
  • Employment in United States, (605)
  • Engineer and Free Electron, The, Faraday Lecture by C. C. Paterson, 297
  • Engineering, Estimating Methods in, 385
  • Engineering Officers in India, Training of, (43)
  • Engineering Sales Department, Eric N. Simons, 396
  • Engineering Structures, Tubes for, C. Watts, 449
  • Engineers, Formation of International Fedorathin of, 528
  • Engineers and Economics, (82)
  • Engineers' Degrees, French, 282
  • Engineers' Tool Department, Thos. Firth and John Brown, Ltd., 625, 630

ENGINES:

  • Diesel Engine, 12 B.H.P. Atomic, Petters, Ltd., 361
  • Engine, Bristol " Perseus " Air-cooled Sleeve Valve, 46
  • Engine, Bristol " Phoenix " Air-cooled C.I., 46
  • Engines, Causes of Detonation in Petrol and Diesel, G. D. Boerlage and Dr. W. T. D. van Dyck, 243
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, Nickel-Iron Alloys in, Construction of, Mond Nickel Company, Ltd., 373
  • Engines, Piston for Internal Combustion, Wellworthy, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iv
  • Engine Fuel, " Cleveland-Disiol," 148
  • Oil Engine, Doxford 2900 S.H.P., 77, 78
  • Oil Engine, High-speed Locomotive Type, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 439
  • Oil Engine, " Monovalve " Heavy, (537)
  • Oil Engine, National Medium-speed, 326
  • Oil Engine, Scott 1250 S.H.P., 77, 78
  • Oil Engine, 200 B.H.P. Eight-cylinder, Davey, Paxman and Co. (Colchester), Ltd., 261
  • Oil Engine Driven Rail Car for Groat Western Railway, 130 H.P., Hardy Motors, Ltd., 9
  • Oil Engine Exports from United Kingdom, Value of, (529)
  • Oil Engine for British Oxygen Company's Works, 1000 B.H.P., Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 50
  • Oil Engine for Electricity Supply at Downton, 1.60 H.P. " Brush ' Four-cylinder, 261
  • Oil Engine for Shanghai, 13,700 H.P. Sulzer-Diesel, (455)
  • Oil Engine for Shunting Locomotive, 85 H.P., Motor Rail, Ltd., B.I. F. Suppt.,16.2.34, ii
  • Oil Engine Generating Set for Pak Loads at Tiverton, Petters, Ltd., 486
  • Oil Engine Locomotive, 28 H.P., Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iii
  • Oil-engined Narrow-gauge Locomotive, 28
  • H.P., Motor Rail, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Oil Engines Light Pistons for Birmingham Aluminium Castings (1903) Company, Ltd., B.1.10. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Oil Engines, Quotations for, (303)
  • Oil Engines for Rail Cars, High-speed, Daimler-Benz Company, 128
  • Oil Engines for Railcars, Six-cylinder, 150 B.H.P., Daimler-Benz Company, 128
  • Oil Engines for Swindon Waterworks, 275 H.P., Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 587
  • Oil Fuel Engines of the Future, Dr. A. E. Dunstan, (455)
  • Paraffin Fuel Engines, Morris Motors, Ltd., 451
  • Petrol Engine, 2i B.H.P., Alpha Engineering Company, 384
  • Petrol Engine, 3i H.P., Villiers Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I . F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi
  • Petrol Engine, 9 B.H.P., Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd., B.I.F., 193
  • Petrol Engine, 65 B.H.P., Four-cylinder, Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd., B.I.F., 193
  • Petrol Engines, Efficiency of, E. R. L. Fitz Payne, (97)
  • Petrol Engines, Water-cooled, Villiers Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi
  • Steam Engine, 150 B.H.P., W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.1 .,F'. Suppt., 16.2.34,
  • Steam Engine, 1750 I.H.P. Poppet Valve, North-Eastern Marine Engineering Company, Ltd., 76, 77
  • Steam Engine, 2000 1.H.P. Three-cylinder Semi -uniflow, Alexander Stephens and Sons, Ltd., 76, 77
  • ERECTION Problems in Power Plants, H. C. Young, 413
  • Estimating Methods in Engineering, 385
  • Evaporation Tests of Bare Soil and Soil Covered with Vegetation, (329)
  • Excavator, Quarter Cubic Yard Universal, Thomas Smith and Sons (Rodley), Ltd., 488
  • Excavator, Three-eighth Cubic Yard, Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., 261

EXHIBITIONS:

  • British Industries Fair, Birmingham, 192, 220 (Eight-page Supplement, February 16th, 1934) ( Eight-page Supplement, February 23rd, 1934)
  • British Industries Fair, Inquiries from Abroad, (131)
  • British Industries Fair, 1934, Overseas Orders and Inquiries, (303)
  • British Industries Fair, Birmingham Section Date 1935, (392)
  • British Industries Fair, 1935, Board of Management, (590)
  • Exhibition Hall for Manchester, Proposed, (361)
  • Ford Exhibit at 1934 World's Fair, Chicago, (629)
  • Laundry Exhibition, 487
  • Leipzig Technical Fair, 258, 274
  • Levant Fair, Visitors to, (660)
  • Machine Tool Exhibition at Olympia, 1934, (148)
  • Paris Trade Fair, 1934, Inventions' Competition, (149)
  • Physical Society's Exhibition, 36, 68
  • Refrigeration Exhibition at Science Museum, (429)
  • EXPLOSIVES Manufacture in Morocco, (555)

F

  • FACTORY for Manufacture of Screws, Nuts, and Rivets in Palestine, First, (403)
  • Fallacies, Seven Cardinal, " The Economist," 156
  • Farm Wells, Pumps for Deep, C. A. Cameron Brown, 638
  • Fatigue and Corrosion, Cracking and Fracture Caused by, Professor F. C. Bacon, 634
  • " Fibro " Produced from Wood Pulp May Rival Egyptian Cotton, (529)
  • Finsbury College Old Students' Dinner, (184)
  • Fire Extinguisher Foam, Merryweather and Sons, Ltd., 262
  • Fire-fighting Arrangements in Ships, E. F. Spanner, 371
  • Fires in United States, Results of, (43)
  • Firing Apparatus, " Robot-Fireman " Automatic Coal, International Combustion, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iii
  • Fish Dock at Grimsby, (505)
  • Flame Gases, Temperature and Latent Energy in, Professor W. T. David, 558
  • Flanges, Lagging of, (505)
  • Flex, Improved, " Domestaflex," General Electric Company, Ltd., (644)
  • Flood Protection by Basket Cribs on Apishapa River, 628
  • Flood Threatens Hardinge Bridge Over Ganges, (403)
  • Floor Stand for Use with Electrical Drilling Machines, Portable, S. Wolf and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 221
  • Fog, Railway Working in, 607
  • Fog Camera on U.S. Line's " Manhattan," (97)
  • Forging, Method of, with Combination of Extrusion, (377)
  • Forging Hammer, Double-tup, Beche, and Grohs, 258
  • Forgings, Drop, Carron Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Forthcoming Engagements— Weekly
  • Foundry Moulding Sands, Tests for, British Cast Iron Research Association, Research Report No. 73, (505), (518)
  • Foundry School, Projected British, 309
  • Fourth Dimension, Seeing the, 107

FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :

  • Anglo-French Engineers' Manifestation, 667
  • Anglo-French Trade, 215, 341
  • Anglo-French Trade Treaty, 85
  • " Atlantique," " L," 161
  • Blast-furnace gases, 187
  • British Coal Imports, 667
  • Bureau Veritas Laboratory, 617
  • Canal Traffic, Accelerated, 391
  • Cars, Front-drive, 443
  • Coal, 85, 187
  • Coal Bicentenary, 543
  • Concrete Bridge, Novel, 593
  • Coal Dilemma, 443
  • Coal Tax, 59
  • Commercial Vehicles, 593
  • Congo-Ocean Railway, 85
  • " Emeraude," Disaster, 1 1 1
  • Engineering Outlook, 187, 291, 617
  • Exhibition Building, 417
  • Exhibition in 1937, Proposed, 137
  • Foreign Trade, 137, 187, 341
  • Foreign Trade Decline, 543
  • Foreign Trade Relations, 365
  • Franco-British Trade, 29
  • French Empire Trade, 467
  • Hydro-electric Disaster in Vosges, 59, 148
  • Import Quotas, 111
  • Imports of Sample Machines, 137
  • Industrial Difficulties, 341
  • Industrial Economies, 493
  • Industrial Future, 161
  • Inland Communication, 417
  • International Air Services, 467
  • Labour Problem, 241
  • Lille Fair, 417 •
  • Machine Parts, 291
  • Machine Tools, 215
  • Machinery and Unemployment, 569
  • Master Artisans, 137, 643
  • Motor Car Industry, 291
  • National Research Work, 241
  • North African Railways, 569
  • Oil in Morocco, 365
  • Paris Exhibition, 493
  • Paris Exhibition, 1937, 365
  • Paris Surface Transport, 517
  • Paris Water Supply, 59, 161
  • Pointe-Noire Harbour, 493
  • Production Costs, 443
  • Public Works, 365, 443, 493
  • Quotas and Tariffs, 543
  • Quotas Work, How the, 317
  • Rail Motor Coaches, 617
  • Rail and Road Transport, 215
  • Railway Deficit, 569
  • Railway Disaster, 29
  • Railway Equipment, Ill
  • Railway Organisation, 391
  • Railway Signals, 85
  • Road and Rail Agreements, 643
  • Road Congress, 593
  • Rolling Stock, 267, 341
  • Shipbuilding, 667
  • Shipping, 161, 267, 417
  • Shipping Subsidies, 59, 317, 391, 543, 643
  • South American Air Services, 593
  • Steel Industry, 617
  • Steel Trade, 391
  • Textile Machinery, Redundant, 643
  • Trade Agreements, 267
  • Trade Concessions, 317
  • Trade and Currency Fluctuations, 467
  • Trade Prospects, Reviving, 517
  • Traffic, Cross Mediterranean, 569
  • Transcontinental Water Traffic, 517
  • Tunnelling Mont Blanc, 467
  • Unemployed Engineers, 29
  • Wages, 111
  • FRICTION, Professor E. N. de, C. Andrade, 595
  • Fuel Research Board, Dr. S. L. Pearce to Serve as Member of, (377)
  • Fuel Research Station, Greenwich, 645
  • Furnace, Annealing, Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., B.I.F. 195
  • Furnace, Pre-heating, T. H. and J. Daniels, B.I.F.Suppt., 16.2.34, viii
  • Furnace Charging, " Iron Firemen " for, Ashwell and Nesbit, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iii
  • Furnace with Coal Fuel, 1612-1712, Reverberatory, Rhys Jenkins, 81
  • Furnaces, Electric, Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., B.I.F., 195
  • Furnaces, Gas-fired Forging, at Pittsburgh, (505)
  • Furniture, Steel, Rubery Owen and Co., B.I.F., 223

G

  • GARAGE Ventilating Equipment, Parkhead Bus, Anemostat (Scotland), Ltd., 636
  • Garbage, Treatment by Grinding at Baltimore, (227)
  • Gas, Glasgow's Refusal of Cheap, 595
  • Gas as Petrol Substitute, 180
  • Gas Charges, 571
  • Gas Dehydration by Glycerine Process at Luton, (403)
  • Gas Grid, German, Magdeburg Gasworks, 280. 284
  • Gasholder Indicator, Eloctroflo Meters Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 192
  • Gas Holder Signalling Transmitter, Electroflo Meters Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 192
  • Gas Testing Apparatus, Cambridge Instrument Company, 37
  • Gasworks at Magdeburg, 280, 284
  • Gasworks Model at Science Museum, Gift by Gas Light and Coke Company, Ltd., (173)
  • Gasworks Practice, F. M. Birks, 432, 435, 460
  • Gases, Apparatus for Measuring Heats of Combustion of, National Physical Laboratory, 68
  • Gases and Metal Surfaces, Professor E. K. Rideal, 499
  • Gauges, A. B. Plate, G. H. Alexander Machinery, Ltd., B.I.F., 222
  • Gear, Single Helical Reduction, Moes Gear Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 223
  • Gear Wheel Blank, Large, English Steel Corporation, Ltd., 208
  • Gear Wheels, Method of Examining Contact between, (395)
  • Gear Wheels, Two Helical, D. Brown and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 385
  • Gears, Henry Simon, Ltd., and Turbine Gears, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi
  • Germanium, (227)
  • Glasshouses for Tomatoes at Manchester Supplied by Waste Hot Water from Partington Gasworks, (43)
  • Glass-lined Tanks for Foodstuffs in Bulk, Enamelled Metal Products Corporation (1933), Ltd., (644)
  • Glassware, Tests on Volumetric, National Physical Laboratory's Pamphlet, (581)
  • Gold from " Laurentic," Salvage Operations in Lough Swilly, (505)
  • Gold Mining in Wales, (581)
  • Gold Output in Soviet Union, (655)
  • Gold Production in Canada, (581)
  • Gold Production in Transvaal During April, 1934, (605)
  • Gold Production of the World, (477)
  • Golf Meeting of London Iron and Steel Exchange, (411)
  • Governors, Centrifugal Power Absorption, E. C. Wadlow, 142
  • Grain Storage and Handling Plant at Leith Docks, 561
  • Graphite Exports from Madagascar, (555)
  • Grease Lubrication of Locomotives, H. P. Renwick, (581)
  • Grease Works at Hebburn-on-Tyne, (555)
  • Greasy Floors, Degreasing, (184)
  • Greenhouse Crops, Electric Light and, (13)
  • Gum Arabic from Local Woods, Factory in North Russia for Production of, (505)

H

  • HARDNESS Tester, " Rockwell " Superficial, G. H. Alexander Machinery, Ltd., B.1.7., 222
  • Hardwoods, Grading Rules and Standard Sizes of Empire, (173)
  • Heat Exchanger, 650 lb. Pressure, Serck Radiators, Ltd., B.I.F., 194
  • Heat Insulating Material, (655)
  • Heat Reclaimer, Howlett Contraow, 487
  • Heaters, " Copperad " Unit, Sorck Radiators, Ltd., B.I.F., 195
  • !leafing at H. J. Heinz Company, Ltd., Food Factory, Univectairs System of, British Trane Company, 612
  • Heating Electrodes for Heating Lubricating Oil for Blending, (253)
  • Human Accidents, Causes and Prevention of, Dr. C. S. Myers, 275
  • Human Factor in Arc Welding, W. P. Digby, 652
  • Hump Hardening, Vapocarb, Integra Company, Ltd., 286
  • Hydraulic Jump Phenomena at Denver, Ivan E. Houk, 91, 98
  • Hydraulic Turbine, An Interesting, English Electric Company, Ltd., 200

HYDRO-ELECTRIC POWER SCHEMES :

  • Abitibi Canyon Power Development Scheme, 72, 78
  • Dnieper Hydro-electric Power Station, Output of, (13)
  • Hydro-electric Plant at Bridge River Mining Area, British Colombia, (529)
  • Hydro-electric Plant at Rapide Blanc, Quebec, (505)
  • Hydro-electric Power Output in Canada in January, 1934, (353)
  • Hydro-electric Power Plants of Canada, Statistics of, (71)
  • Hydro-electric Power Projects on Columbia River, America, (377)
  • Hydro-electric Power Schemes in Japan, (655)
  • Hydro-electric Scheme, Cauvery-Mettur, Nearing Completion, (555)
  • Hydro-electric Power Station at Trollhitttan, (227)
  • Hydro-electric Works Supply Dantzig Electricity Works, 261
  • Mettur Hydro-electric Project, (13)
  • Mettur Project, Opening on August 21st, 1934, (605)
  • Power DeVelopment Scheme at Abitibi Canyon, 72, 78
  • Power Project in Mysore, (35)
  • Water Power of U.S.A. and Great Britain, (97)
  • HYDROGENATION Plant at Leuna, Extension of, (455)

I

  • ICE Factory at Hull, Liverpool Refrigeration Company, Ltd., 410
  • Ignition Lock, " Featherstone " Petrol, Allan, Rae and Co., Ltd., 462
  • Imperial Institute, Annual Report, 1933, 640
  • Industrial Accidents, Woodworking Machinist Injured, (353)
  • Industrial and Trading Businesses in Germany, (529)
  • Industrial Efficiency, Production Flow and, A. P. Young, 412
  • Industrial Employment, Ministry of Labour Statistics on, (429)
  • Industrial Orders for Scotland, 343
  • Industrial Safety Committee, Tees-side, 113, (123)
  • Industrial Survey of 1933, (529)
  • Industry, Transport Requirements of, C. A. Lambert, 661
  • Industry in Canada, Electrified Plant in, (123)
  • Institutes and Laboratories in U.S.S.R., Construction of Scientific, (403)
  • Invention, Evolution of, H. W. Dickinson, 100, 107, (Leading Article, 99)
  • Invention in Relation to National Welfare and its Legislative Control, Sir Ambrose Fleming, 287
  • Inventions of Antonio Pacinotti, Seventy-fifth Anniversary, 552
  • Irish Free State's Revenue from Telegraph and Telephone Services, (429)

IRON AND STEEL :

  • See also Institute of Metals and Iron and Steel Institute, page vi
  • Abrasive Cleaning of Billets, (173)
  • Alloy Steels, Experiments on, (605)
  • Blast-furnace Blown in by Consett Iron Company, (279)
  • Blast-furnace Operating of Azov Steel Trust, Second, (279)
  • Blast-furnaces Blowing in Germany, (227)
  • Blast-furnaces Restarting on North-East Coast, Two, (173)
  • British Iron and Steel Federation, Statistics of Output, (655)
  • Cast Iron, Mr. A. J. Stokes', (227)
  • Cast Iron Road Surfaces, Platt Brothers and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii
  • Castings, Blackheart Malleable Iron and Steel Alloy, Thomas L. Hale (Tipton), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Continuous Street Mills in United States, Production of, (329)
  • Corrosion, Iron and Steel Institute, Second Report on, 639
  • Corrosion, Problems in Iron and Steel, F. N Speller, 663
  • Crowgarth Iron Ore Mine, Reopening of, (529)
  • Effect of Surface Oxide Films on Metal-to-metal Wear of Steels, (655)
  • Etching Mild Steel, (149)
  • Fatigue Tests on Hard-drawn Steel Wire, 424
  • Hanyang Ironworks, Proposed Reopening of, (581)
  • Heat Treatment of 80-Ton Forgings, English Steel Corporation, Ltd., 663
  • High Phosphorous Iron, Effect of Mould Moisture Content on Mechanical Properties of, (505)
  • Ingots, High-frequency, Samuel Fox and Co., Ltd., 261
  • International Steel Congress in London, Report, 650
  • Iron and Steel, Export of, (353)
  • Iron and Steel Shipments from Tees during May, 1934, (605)
  • Iron Castings; John Harper and Co. Ltd. B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Iron Ore Veins in Arigna Valley, Co. Leitrim, (173)
  • Irons and Steels, Thermal Conductivities of Twenty Miscellaneous, (629)
  • Iron-silicon Alloys During Heat Treatment, Diffusions that Take Place in, N. A. Ziegler, (377)
  • London Iron and Steel Exchange, Luncheon, Dr. E. L. Burgin " The Part to be Played by Iron and Steel in Trade Recovery," (554)
  • Microstructure of Iron at High Temperature Examination of, (655)
  • Mild Steel for Modern Pipework A. G. Bugden, (279)
  • " Ni-Resist " Use in Iron Castings (505)
  • Ormseby Ironworks, Middlesbrough to be Dismantled, (529)
  • Pickling of High-speed Steel Parts, R. R. Rogers, (455)
  • Pig Iron, Coal and Fuel Oil for Production of, (455)
  • Pig Iron Production in Russia During Ten Months, (13)
  • Pig Iron Production in South Africa, (403)
  • Place of Iron and Steel in Trade Recovery, Dr. E. L. Burgin, 595
  • Precipitation of Carbides in Certain Rustless Steels, Prevention of, (479)
  • Pretoria Steel Works, Capital Increased, (629)
  • Pure Iron, Conductivity of, R. W. Powell, 638
  • Rivet Steel, American Society for Testing Materials and Amending Specification for, (329)
  • Rusting of Iron and Steel, Prevention of, W. E. Warner, (97)
  • Sheet Mill at Pretoria, Proposed, (663)
  • Slag in Furnaces, Prevention of Freezing, (455)
  • Steel, Cassel Cyanide Process of Case Hardening, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Steel and Ironworks Merger in Japan, (227)
  • Steel Furniture, Rubery Owen and Co., B.I.F., 223
  • Steel in America, Cost of Producing 1 Ton of, (227)
  • Steel Industry in Canada, Establishments Engaged in, (353)
  • Steel Output During March, 1934, (581)
  • Steel Output in Sheffield, (581)
  • Steel Pipes, American Specification for Electric-fusion Welded, (329)
  • Steel Plate of 22 Tons Rolled at Colvilles, Ltd.,Works, (149)
  • Steel Pates, Cost of Cutting by Oxy-coal-gas Process, G. M. Buchanan, (377)
  • Steel Production in Sheffield Area, (329)
  • Steel Production in U.S.S.R., (455)
  • Steel Reorganisation Scheme, 113
  • Steel Requirements of the Railways, (505)
  • Steel Specimens, Tests on Electro-plated, (329)
  • Steel Trade, British and Foreign, E. T. Good, 65
  • Steel Tubing, Electrically Welded, Tube Products, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Steel Used in Passenger-carrying Vehicles, (173)
  • Steel Wire, Pulse of Stress in, T. F. Wall, (303)
  • Steelwork, Accelerated Tests of Paints for, W. P. Digby and J. W. Patterson, 586
  • Steels, Treatment with Ammonia, (43)
  • Steel Development International Congress in London on, 564
  • Steel Development Congress, List of Papers, 614
  • Steel Plate Floor Under Loads, Testing a Flat, (605)
  • Steel Sheet Wrought Down from Slab in One Heat, Large, (605)
  • Super Magna Iron, (71)
  • IRRIGATION Scheme in Mysore, (35)
  • Irrigation Scheme in Vaksh Valley, (353)

J

  • JETTY, Mustapha, Algiers, 475, 480
  • Joint Rings, Pressure Filled, Wills Pressure Filled Joint Ring, Ltd., B.I.F.Suppt., 23.2.34, i

L

  • LABORATORIES at University College, Nottingham, 428, 430
  • Laboratory, All-concrete, Tunnel Portland Cement Company, Ltd., 300, 301
  • Lamp, Mazda Mercra, B.I.F., 195
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 26, 108, 134, 216, 264, 292, 342, 418, 490, 518, 594, 668
  • Lead Wool for Jointing Iron and Steel Pipes, Lead Wool Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iv

LEADING ARTICLES :

  • Agricultural Engineering, 125
  • A.C. Distribution, 583
  • Automatic Combustion Control, 125; (Letter, F. L. Cater, 153)
  • Benevolent Funds, 204; (Letter, I. Mech. E.," 226)
  • Bottle and Cork, 431; (Letters, " A.M.I. Mech. E.," 453; " Epimetheus," 453)
  • Britain's Air Policy, 281
  • British Railways, Regeneration of, 531
  • Cement Research, 255
  • Circuit Breakers, 557
  • Civil Aviation and Disarmament, 631
  • Collisions Under Automatic Railway Signalling, 405
  • Cunarder, The New, 175
  • Electric Welding in Shipyards, 379
  • Employment or Economy, 305
  • Fog, Railway Working in, 607
  • Forty-hour Week, 507
  • Gas Industry, Future of, 557
  • Industry and the Individual, 151
  • International Trade Problems, 405
  • Inventions and Inventors, 99; (Letter, McKinley Hargreaves, 127)
  • Locomotive, L.N.E. Railway, 2-8-2, 583
  • Locomotive Performance, 99
  • Locomotive Pooling, 657
  • Looker-on, The, 45; (Letter, George H. Miles, 127)
  • Machine Age, The, 151
  • Naval Strength, Comparative, 229
  • Navy Estimates, 255
  • Paris Fair, 507
  • Prospects of Youth, 607
  • Railway Inspecting Officers, The, 355
  • Railway Working in Fog, 607
  • Regeneration of British Railways, 531
  • Regenerative Electric Braking, 281; (Letter to the Editor, 325)
  • Reinforced Concrete—A Code of Practice, 73
  • Retrospect, A, 15
  • Rules of Thumb, 203
  • Run-Away Steam Turbine, 355; Abstract of Report, 359
  • Science and Patents, 481
  • Science and Sociability, 73
  • Size of Firms and Power Consumption, 457
  • Steam Turbine History, Fifty Years of, 631
  • Steel Industry Reorganisation Problems, 175
  • Steel Passenger Rolling Stock, 45
  • Steel Plans and Problems, 657
  • Steel Trade Constitution, 379
  • Steel Trade in the Melting Pot, 229
  • Supervisory Control, 481
  • Surface Condensers, 203
  • Switchgear, 305
  • Trade with the Dutch, 531
  • Water Hammer Again, 431
  • Youth, Prospects of, 607
  • LEAK in Water Main, Freezing to Stop, (555)

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :

  • A Mad Wor1d, My Masters, " An Inmate," 283; J. E. Tuke, 325
  • Benevolent Funds, M.I. Mech. E., 226
  • Blast Nozzles, Alan Chorlton, 48
  • Bottle and Neck, A.M.1. Mech. E., 453;
  • " Epemetheus," 453
  • British Thermal Unit, A. A. Jones, 356;
  • M.I. Mech. E., 399
  • Centenary of William Telford, Alexander Gibb, 12
  • Combustion Control, F. L. Cater, 153
  • Development of the Parsons Steam Turbine, C. A. Holbrow, 283; Norman C. Bridge. 283
  • Drought, The : A Practical Suggestion, J. K S. Dakers, 625
  • Electric Light Failures in Hospitals, Alfred Warbis, 127
  • Floating Bush Bearings, Mortimer Engineering Company, 580
  • Fool-proof Mechanism and Fools, " Philip," 48
  • History of Southern Railway, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 399, 427
  • Hydraulic Jump Phenomena at Denver, T. Ba Hli, 283
  • Ideal Locomotive, S. Moun, 177
  • Inventors and Inventions, McKinley Hargraves, 127
  • Locomotive Trials, C. M. Keiller, 504
  • Looker-on, The, George H. Miles, 127
  • Marine Oil Engines, Multiple, A. H. Waring. 11; W. Sumner, 67
  • Measurement of Inaccessible Clearances, F.
  • W. Brackett and Co., Ltd., 177; J. Wilson, 226
  • Parsons Steam Turbine, Development of, C. A. Holbrow, 126; W. A. Tritton, 126, 152; C. W. Bryant, 153
  • Prices and Progress, 331
  • Professional Engineers, " New Briton," 302
  • Psychology of Management, " Spectator," 226
  • Quality versus Price, John Belliss, 48
  • Railway Buffers, P. C. Dewhurst, 153
  • Railway Collisions, Albert E. Bennett, 48;
  • S. R. Devlin, 67, 127; H. M. Lacey, 96, (123), 177
  • Reclamation of Pontine Marshes, M. Zvegentzov, 564
  • Regeneration of British Railways, Steel Barrel Company, Ltd., H. R. Hood Barrs, 563;
  • C. R. K., 580; G. T. Pardoe, 580
  • Road Speed for Maximum Traffic Density, G. E. Stewart, 376
  • Road Speeds for Maximum Traffic Density, H. E. Wimperis, 226
  • Scandinavian Sectional Meeting of World Power Conference, C. H. Gray, 127
  • Seven Cardinal Fallacies, F. H. Auger, 177; M. Jacklin, 177
  • Standardisation in India, G. Branshy Williams, 453
  • Steam Turbine, Runaway, G. T. Pardoe, 376
  • Steel Coaches, Electrical Cooking, L. A. F., 152
  • Steel Trade Reorganisation, W. J. Firth, 225; (Leading Article, 229); L. D. Whitehead, 225, 325; A. Pugh, 283
  • Steel Trade Reorganisation, G. A. Tippett, 12
  • Strength and the Time Factor, 331
  • Strength and Time Factor, B. L. Goodlet, 376
  • The Third Dimension, " Dubious," 12, 96; J. A. Chamier, 67
  • Vibration on High-speed British Trains, William Cochrane, 453
  • Vulnerability of Electric Power, S. P. Christie, 66; John G. Bentley, 96
  • LHASSA Palace to be Equipped with Chloride Storage Batteries, (13)
  • Lighting for Cranes, Research for, (479)
  • Lighting Set for Country Houses, Automatic, Petters, Ltd., 562
  • Lignite Deposits in Rhon District, Germany, (605)
  • Liquid Fuel, " Carburante Italia," (173)

LITERATURE :

  • Reviews :
  • Chemical Plant, Design and Construction of High-pressure, Harold Tongue, 433
  • Coal Carbonisation, International, John Roberts and Dr. Adolf Jenkner, 508
  • Coast Erosion and Protection, E. R. Matthews, 632
  • Concrete Structures in Marine Work, R. Stroyer, 508
  • Crystalline State, Edited by Sir W. H. Bragg and W. L. Bragg, Vol. L, A General Survey, W. L. Bragg, 176
  • Engineering Estimating, Practice of, Percy H. Miller, 406
  • Factory Administration and Cost Accounts, E. T. Elbourne, 584
  • Foremanship and Management, Training in, James J. Gillespie, 407
  • Gasworks Practice, Modern, Alwynne Meade, 658
  • Highways and their Maintenance, W. J. Hadfield, 632
  • Industrial Accountancy, H. A. Simpson, 247
  • Industrial Administration, Fundamentals of, E. T. Elbourne, 482
  • Industrial Radiography. Dr. A. St. John and H. R. Isenburger, 633
  • Jane's Fighting Ships, 1933, Edited by Dr. Oscar Parkes, 483
  • Payment by Results, J. E. Powell, 533
  • Planning, Estimating, and Ratefixing, A. C. Whitehead, 406
  • Portland Cement Concrete, Growth, and Movement in, C. G. Lynam, 407
  • Steel-Makers, Harry Brearley, 176
  • Technik den Kunsthandwerks im zehnten Jahrhundert des Theophilus Presbyter Diversarum Artium Schedule in Auswahl neu herausgegeben, tibersetzt and erlAutert, von Dr.-Ing. Wilhelm Thebald, 380
  • Technikgeschichte, Herausgegebeu, von Conrad Matschoss, 231
  • Tonnage, Hundred Years of, Frank C. Bowen, 483
  • Trevithick, Richard : The Engineer and the Man, H. W. Dickinson and Arthur Titley, 75
  • Water Supply Problems and Developments, W. H. Maxwell, 482
  • World Power Conference, 1933, " Transactions " of Scandinavian Sectional Meeting, Vols. II to VII, 633
  • Short Notices :
  • Aeronautics, Science Museum Collection, 407
  • Air Conditioning, James A. Moyer and Raymond U. Fittz, 249
  • Alternating-current Machines, Design of, K. Aston, 633
  • Alternating Currents, A. E. Clayton, 483
  • Automatic Street Traffic Signalling, H. H. Harrison and T. P. Priest, 483
  • Building Contract, 1931 Form of, W. T. Cromwell and C. G. A. Cowan, 282
  • Cement and Reinforced Concrete, Notes on, 407
  • Cross-Channel and Coastal Paddle Steamers, F. Burtt, 407
  • Direct-current Electrical Engineering, Principles of, .3. R. Barr and D. J. Bolton, 483
  • Electric Clocks, Modern, S. F. Philpott, 206
  • Electro-magnetic Field, H. F. Briggs, 325
  • Engineering Educators, Pitman's, Edited by W. J. Kearton,. 325
  • Engineer's Sketch Book of Mechanical Movements, Devices, Appliances, Contrivances, and Details, T. W. Barber, 633
  • Evaporating, Condensing, and Cooling Apparatus, E. Hansbrand, 231
  • Foundry Practice, Manual of, J. Laing and R. T. Rolfe, 483
  • Garcke's Manual of Electrical Undertakings, 407
  • Garnett, William : A Memoir, by Bernard M. Allen, 231
  • London Transport : A Record and Survey, Vernon Summerfield, 633
  • Mathematics, Notebook of, G. T. H. Cook, 206
  • Plastic Moulding, Louis F. Balm, 206
  • Power Factor Correction, A. E. Clayton, 633
  • Pumping Machinery, Part II, Science Museum, 67
  • Radio Communication, Elements of, 633
  • Reinforced Concrete, Explanatory Handbook on Code of Practice for, W. L. Scott and Dr. W. H. Glanville, 249
  • Reinforced Concrete Arch Design, G. P. Manning, 325
  • Road Emulsions, Modern, Edited by F. H. Garner, 282
  • Short Wave Wireless Communication, A. W. Ladner and G. R. Stoner, 325
  • Steel Design under New Code of Practice, Examples of, Oscar Faber, 282
  • Steel Trails : The Epic of the Railroads, Martin D. Stovers, 325
  • Steel Work, 1933, Modern, 325
  • Telephony, Traffic and Trunking Principles in Automatic, 0. S. Berkeley, 282
  • Books of Reference :
  • Blue Book, 1934, 514
  • Chemical Appointments, List of Official, 664
  • Empire Municipal Directory and Year Book, 1934-35, 514
  • Kelly's Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers and Shippers of the World, 1934, 628
  • Mining Year Book, 1934, 514
  • Oil and Petroleum Year Book, 1934, W. J Skinner, 628
  • Practical Engineer Electrical Pocket Book and Diary, 1934, Edited by C. Arnold, 106
  • Scientific and Learned Societies of Great Britain and Ireland, 1933, Year Book of, 106
  • Specification : For Architects, Surveyors, Civil Engineers and for all Interested in Building. Edited by F. Chatterton, 257
  • Sterling Fluctuation Tables, Kingston's, (566)
  • The Electrician Annual Tables of Electricity Undertakings, 1934, 628
  • Water Engineers' Handbook and Directory, 1934, 514
  • Books Received :
  • Acoustics, Modern, A. H. Davis, 658
  • Accumulator Charging, Maintenance and Repairs, W. S. Ibbetson, 633
  • Aero:Engines : Inspection of Before and After Overhaul, R. F. Barlow and A. N. Barrett, 407
  • Aeronautics, Handbook of Collections at Science Museum, M..1. B. Davy, 407
  • Aeroplanes, Everybody's Book of, R. Barnard Way, 206
  • Aircraft Construction, Metal, M. Langley, 584
  • Aircraft Overhaul, Inspection After, 658
  • Alloys of Iron and Tungsten, J. L. Gregg, 483
  • Alternating-current Machines, Design of, Kenneth Aston, 407
  • Alternating Currents, Dr. A. E. Clayton, 306
  • American Railway Signalling Principles and Practices; Chapter III, Principles and Economic Phase of Signalling; Chapter XIX, Electric Interlocking, 306
  • Applied Hydro and Aero-mechanics, Dr. O. Tietjens, 633
  • Arch Design, Reinforced Concrete, G. P. Manning, 153
  • Atom, The, J. Tutin, 407
  • Automatic Street Traffic Signalling, H. H. Harrison and T. P. Priest, 380
  • Automatic Telephony, Traffic and Trunking Principles in, G. S. Berkeley, 206
  • Blue Book, 1934, 231
  • Brass Ingots. Casting of, R. Genders and O. L. Bailey, 407
  • Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1934, Edited by Commander C. N. Robinson, R.N., and H. M. Ross, 153
  • Bricks, Sand-lime, G. E. Bessey, 407
  • Britain's Crash and After, A. S. Baxendale, 231
  • British Engineers' Association Classified Handbook of members and their Manufactures, 1934, 584
  • Building Contract, 1931, Form of, W. T. Creswell and C. G. A. Cowan, 75
  • Building Mathematics, First Year, R. C. Smith, 206
  • Cement and Reinforced Concrete, Notes on, 306
  • Chemical Appointments, List of Official, 584
  • Chemical Plant, Design and Construction of High-pressure, H. Tongue, 380
  • Chemistry, Comprehensive Treatise on Inorganic and Theoretical, Vol. 13 (Part II), J. W. Mellor, 508
  • Coal Carbonisation, International, J. Roberts and Dr. A. Jenkner, 584
  • Coast Erosion and Protection, E. R. Matthews, Revised by Brysson Cunningham, 407
  • Colliery Year Book and Coal Trades Directory, 1934, 407
  • Cross-Channel and Coastal Paddle Steamers, F. Burtt, 249
  • Danis, Transactions of First Congress of International Commission on Large World Power Conference, 282
  • Das Getreidekorn, Vol. II, Die Getreide-speicher, Dr. J. F. Hoffmann, revised by Professor-Dr. K. Mohs, 153
  • Deutsch-Englisches Fitchwarterbuch der Metallurgie, H. Freeman, 75
  • Differential Equations, H. B. Phillips, 658
  • Direct-current Electrical Engineering, Principles of, J. It. Barr and D. J. Bolton, 407
  • Docks, Wharves, and Piers, Design, Construction, and Maintenance, M. Du Plat Taylor, 633
  • Dynamics, Elementary, R. C. Gray, 658
  • Earthquake Resistant Structures, Dynamics of, J. J. Creskoff, 249
  • Elasticity, Theory of, S. Tirnoshenko, 483
  • Electric Welding, 75
  • Electrical Circuits and Machinery, Vol. II., Alternating Currents, J. H. Morecroft and F. W. Hehre, 206
  • Electro-magnetic Field, H. F. Biggs, 153
  • Empire Municipal Directory and Year Book, 1934-35, 584
  • Energiebibliographie, World Power Conferonce Proceedings, (338)
  • Engine Indicator, K. J. De Juharz, 483
  • Engineering Drawings, Specifications and Quantities, J. M. Rodger, 658
  • Engineering Educator, Edited by W. J. Kearton, 206
  • Engineering Estimating, Practice of, P. H. Miller, 75
  • Engineering Radiography, Dr. V. E. Pullin, 633
  • Engineering, Thermodynamics, Elementary, T. H. Taft, 75
  • Engineering Workshop Principles and Practice, A. G. Robson, 75
  • Engineers' Sketchbook of Mechanical Movements, Devices, Appliances, Contrivances, and Details, T. W. Barber, 483
  • English-German Dictionary for Metallurgists, 633
  • Entstaubungs mid Luftungsfragen in der Werkstatt, Dipl.-Ing. Roland Nagel, 407
  • Examples of Steel Design Under New Code of Practice, Oscar Faber, 96
  • Factory Administration and Cost Accounts, E. T. Elbourne, 483
  • Fire-proof Ship, E. F. Spanner, 584
  • First-year Engineering Science, Mechanical and Electrical, G. W. Bird, 153
  • Forschungsarbeiten Ober Metallkund and Riintgenmetallographie Folge 10; Grid-zeisen-Gefugelehre, M. F. o. Schwarz, 153
  • Foundry Practice, Manual of, J. Laing and R. T. Rolfe, 380
  • Fundamentals of Hydro and Aero-mechanies, Dr. 0. G. Tietjens, 633
  • Garcke's Manual of Electrical Undertakings and Directory of Officials, 1933-34, 75
  • Garnet, William, A Memoir, G. M. Allen, 75
  • Gasworks Practice, New Modern, Vol. I. Design and Construction of Gasworks, Carbonisation Plant, Mechanical Handling of Materials, A. Meade, 633
  • George Washington Bridge Across Hudson River at New York, N.Y., 96
  • Hardness of Metals and its Measurement, H. O'Neill, 658
  • Heat Power Engineering, Elements of, W. N. Bernard, F. 0. Ellenwood, and C. F. Hirshfeld, 306
  • Heating and Ventilation, Principles of, H. M. Vernon, 306
  • Highways and their Maintenance, W. J. Hadfield, 584
  • Hydraulic Power Generation, Elements of, A. M. Greene, J unr., 407
  • Hydraulics, Text-book of Applied, H. Addison, 584
  • Hydrology and Ground Water, J. M. Lacey, 658
  • Industrial Accountancy, with Special Reference to the Steel Trade, H. A. Simpson, 153
  • Industrial Administration, Fundamentals of, E. T. Elbourne, K. B. Elbourne, and P. J. Amer, 380
  • Industrial Heat Transfer, Dr. Ing. A. Schack, 153
  • Industrial Psychology Applied to the Office, W. R. Raphael, C. B. Frisby, and L. J. Hunt, 380
  • Industrial Radiography, A. St. John and H. R. Isenburger, 407
  • Instruments : Repair,Overhaul, and Calibration of Aircraft and Aero-engine Instruments, R. W. Sloley, 633
  • Jane's Fighting Ships, 1933, Edited by Oscar Parkes, 75
  • Kelly's Directory of Merchants, Manufacturers, and Shippers of the World, 1934, 633
  • Legal Aspect of Industrial Diseases, C. H. Spofford, 380
  • Legal Pitfalls for Chemical Engineers, J. D. Pratt and G. S. W. Marlow, (292)
  • Library Buildings, Their Heating, Lighting, and Decoration, Edited by R. D. Hilton Smith, 75
  • Mathematics, Notebook on, G. T. H. Cook, 153
  • Mechanical Technology, G. F. Charnock, Revised by F. W. Partington, 508
  • Mechanical World Year Book, 1934, 75
  • Mechanical Work( Electrical Year Book, 1934, 206
  • Mercantile Year Book and Directory of Exporters, 1934, 282
  • Mineral Deposits, Dr. Henry Louis, 306
  • Mineral Industries of Canada, 1933, 483
  • Mineral Resources of the United States, 1930, Part 1I., Non-metals, 75
  • Mining Year Book, 1934, Compiled by W. E. Skinner, 231
  • Motor Boat Manual, 633
  • Motor Ship Reference Book for 1934, 153
  • Nitrogen Conservation, Introduction into the Bio-chemistry of, G. J. Fowler, 249
  • Ocean Waves and Kindred Geophysical Phenomena, Dr. V. Cornish. 633
  • Oil and Petroleum Year Book, 1934, W. E. Skinner, 633
  • Paper Makers of Great Britain and Ireland, 1934, Directory of, 483
  • Payment by Results, J. E. Powell, 483
  • Pharos of Alexandria, Don Miguel de Asin, 658
  • Planning, Estimating, and Rate Fixing, A. C. Whitehead, 153
  • Plane and Geodetic Surveying for Engineers, Vol. II, Higher Surveying, David Clark, 633
  • Plastic Moulding, L. F. Rahm, 75
  • Portland Cement, A. C. Davis, 658
  • Portland Cement Concrete, Growth and Movement in. C. G. Lynam, 306
  • Power Factor Correction, A. E. Clayton, 380
  • Power Supply Economics, J. 0. Justin and W. G. Mervine, 407
  • Practical Engineer Electrical Pocket Book and Diary, 1934, Edited by Conrad Arnold, 96
  • Practical Engineer Mechanical Pocket Book and Diary, 1934, Edited by E. G. Beck, 282
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, and Suction Dredgers, E. W. Sargeant, 658
  • Qualitatsteigerung hit Werkzeug- und Feinmaschinenbau : Gedanken und Vor-schlage, C. Buttner, 21
  • Quantities in Architectural Building Construction, Vol. I, F. E. Drury and G. Doyle, 282
  • Radio, Principles of, Keith Henney, 282
  • Radio Communication, Elements of, J. H. Morecroft, 584
  • Railway Engines of the World, Brian Reed, 584
  • Refrigeration, Refrigerants, and Appliances, 1929-33, Five Years' Bibliography of Theory of, H. T. Pledge, 633
  • Reid's Handy Colliery Guide, 282
  • Reinforced Concrete, Explanatory Handbook on Code of Practice for, W. L. Scott and W. H. Glanville, 282
  • Road Emulsions, Modern, Edited by F. H. Garner, L. G. Gabriel, and H. J. Prentice, 96
  • H.M.S. " Mauretania " : The Ship and Her Record, Gerald Alymer, 633
  • Russian Engineer, John Westgarth, 282
  • Satellite Station Tables, C. M. L. Scott, 658
  • Science Museum Handbook, Electrical Engineering Sections, Part II, Descriptive Catalogue, W. T. O'Dea, 206
  • Scientific and Learned Societies, Official Year Books for 1932-33, 75
  • Seamless Steel Tube Manufacture, Process of, R. S. Betteridge, 21
  • Seamless Tubes, Manufacture of, G. Evans, 658
  • Shipowners, Shipbuilders, and Marine Engineers, 1934, Directory of, 282
  • Short Wave Wireless Communication, A. W. Lander and C. R. Stoner, 249
  • Solvents on Coal, Action of, W. E. Bakes, 75
  • South American Handbook, 1934, Edited by Howell Davies, 206
  • South and East African Year Book and Guide, 1934, Edited by A. Samler Brown and G. Gordon Brown, 153
  • Specification, Edited by F. Chatterton, 282
  • Stainless Steels, Book of, E. E. Thum, 21
  • Steel, Iron, and Metal Reckoner, " The Rapid," Weight of Steel or Iron Bars, J. Gall Inglis, 306
  • Steel Rails : The Epic of the Railroads, M. D. Stevers, 206
  • Steel Work, Modern, 96
  • Steinbearbeitung, Dr.-Ing. K. Roder, Dr.-Ing. W. Gruner, Dr.-hig. W. Werner, und Dr.-Ing. G. Pahlitzsch, 21
  • Technisches und Wirtschaftliches aus Nord-amerika, Dr.-Ing. R. Saliger, 407
  • Television, Theory and Practice, J. H. Reyner, 633
  • Testing Materials, American Society's Reports, 407
  • Tests on Structural Models of Proposed San Francisco-Oakland Suspension Bridge, O.E. Beggs, H. E. Davis, and H. E. Davis , 153
  • The Electrician, Annual Tables of Electricity Undertakings, 1934, 584
  • Thermionic Emissions, A. L. Reimann, 658
  • 'Thesis Writing for Graduates and Under-graduates, Manual of, A. H. Cole and K. W. Bigelow, 584
  • Thorpe's Dictionary of Applied Chemistry, Supplement, Vol. I, Dr. J. F. Thorpe and Dr. M. A. Whiteley, 633
  • Towage, Hundred Years of : A History of William Watkins, Ltd., 1833-1933, P. C. Bowen, 153
  • Training in Foremanship and Management, J. L. Gillespie, 206
  • Traverse Swamps, J. A. Storey, 306
  • Twist Drills, B. H. Chambers, 584
  • Ventilation : A Textbook for Students and Engineers, E. L. Joselin, 306
  • Vildebeest Aeroplane, 633
  • Water Engineer s Handbook and Directory, 1934, 380
  • Water Supply Problems and Developments, W. H. Maxwell, 380
  • Welding, Electric Arc and Oxy-acetylene, E. A. Atkins, 584
  • Wind Tunnel Interference on Wings, Bodies, and Air Screws, H. Glauert, 633
  • World Power Conference, " Transactions," 380
  • LITHOGRAPHY, Sonefelder and, 165
  • Liverpool Corporation Tramcar Derailment, (43); Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's Inquiry, (71); Verdict " Accidental Death," (173)

LONDON PASSENGER TRANSPORT BOARD :

  • Appointment of Mr. J. H. Millen as Chief Electrical Engineer, (71)
  • London Passenger Transport Problem, Practical Aspects of, Lord Ashfield, 243
  • London's Transport Statistics, (149)
  • Opposition to Trolley Vehicles Operation, (149)
  • Passenger Transport Inquiry, Thames, 571
  • Second Reading of Bill, February 5th, 1934, (173)
  • Transport Appeal Tribunal, Appointment of Mr. T. Rowland Harker as Chairman, (253)
  • Transport Inquiry, Thames, (581)
  • LONG-SERVICE Record, Mr. R. C. Skipper, of Vacuum Oil Company, (212)
  • Lorry Weigher, Salter's Portable, 287
  • Low-grade Fuel Burning in Lancashire Boilers, (529)
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant at Askera, Extension of, (555)
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation Plant at Forest of Dean and Lancashire, (43)
  • Lubricant, Metallic Lead Thread, (43)
  • Lubricator, " Brentford," Tecalemit, Ltd., Suppt., 23.2.34, ii
  • Luntana Charcoal for Generating Electricity in Mysore, (123)

M

MACHINE TOOLS

  • Bar Skimming Machine, Electro-pneumatically Controlled, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 478
  • Bearings for Lathes, Ball and Roller, Kugel-Fischer, 274
  • Boring, Milling, Drilling, and Tapping Machine, Horizontal, Geo. Richards and Co. Ltd., 106
  • Drill, Bench, A. A. Jones and Shipman, Ltd., 384
  • Drill, Insulated Electric, Westminster Tool and Electric Company, Ltd., 336
  • Drilling Machine, Horizontal, H. Klussen-dorf, 274
  • Drilling Machine, Semi-automatic, A. A. Jones and Shipman, Ltd., 384
  • Grinder, Surface, Diskus-Werke, 275
  • Grinding Machine, Naxos-Union, 275
  • Grinding Wheel-head, Water-cooled, (303)
  • Headstock, " Pre-selective," Alfred Herbert Ltd., 158
  • Honing Machine, Hydraulic, Mayor and Schmidt, 275
  • Lapping Machine, Bevel Wheel, Klingeln-berg's 274
  • Lathe, Hydraulic Diamond Tool, F. C. Weipert, 274
  • Lathe, Magna-Matic " Automatic, Monarch Machine Tool Company, 50
  • Lathe, 55in. Centres, Noble and Lund, Ltd., 554, 556
  • Lathe Chuck, Air-operated, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vii
  • Lathe with Single-pulley Headstock, Capstan, H. W. Ward, Ltd., 80
  • Lathes, Ball and Roller Bearings for, Kugel-Fischer, 274
  • Machine Tool Export Trade, German. 428
  • Machine Tools at Leipsiz Fair, Schiess-Defries A.G., 275
  • Mill, Vertical Boring and Turning, George Richards and Co., Ltd., 486
  • Milling Cutter, Inserted Tooth, A. C. Wickman, Ltd., B.1.F., 193
  • Milling Machine, Multiple, Wanderer-Werke, 275
  • Milling Machines Regulations, 1928, Revision of Horizontal, (132)
  • Moulding Press, Krause's High-speed Hydraulic, Selson Machine Tool Company, Ltd., 287
  • Nibbling and Plato-splitting Machine, H. Pels and Co., 258
  • Precision Lathe, G. Boley, 274
  • Press, Bench, Taylor and Challen, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, v
  • Press, Double-crank, Taylor and Challen, Ltd.. B.I.P. Suppt., 16.2.34, v
  • Press, Double-sided, Mass Products, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, viii
  • Press, Drawing, Deep, H. Pels and Co., 258
  • Press, Excentric, L. Schuler A.G., 258
  • Press, Moulding, G. Finney and Co., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, v
  • Presses, Hordern, Mason and Edwards, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, v
  • Presses, Humphris, Mass Products, Ltd., B.L.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vii
  • Presses, T. H. and J. Daniels, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, viii
  • Saw, Portable Electric Hand Saw, David Landale, B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iv
  • Saw for Wood and Metal, Band, Modern Woodworking Machines, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi
  • Saw for 1Voodworking, Cross-cut, Midland Saw and Tool Company, Ltd., 336
  • Shaper, Hydraulic, F. Klopp, 275
  • Shearing Machine, H. Pels and Co., 258
  • Shears, Guillotine, Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, ii
  • Sheet Holder, Hydraulic, H. Pels and Co., 258
  • Straightening Press, H. Pels and Co., 258
  • Vice, Machine, E. L. Youngelson, Ltd., 262
  • Wear on Lathes, Device for Elimination of Premature, Gilderweister and Co., 274
  • MANCHESTER and Municipal Transport Undertakings, (329)

MAPS :

  • Algiers Harbour, 476
  • Ashington Coal Cleaning Plant. 41
  • Barking Power Station Site, 116
  • Belgian Gas Grid, 565
  • Callender Research Laboratories, 659
  • French Gas Grid, 565
  • Mercury Arc Deposits Discovered in Slovenia, (13)
  • Newport Vertical Lift Bridge, Elevation and Plan of, 233
  • Paper Pulp Scraper Plant and Ropeway at Greenfield, Yorkshire, 95
  • Pontine Marshes, Map of, 509
  • Rivers of Kalahari Desert, 464
  • Ruhr Gas Grid, 564
  • San Francisco, Oakland Bridge, Site of, 622
  • Vaal River Development Area, 577
  • MARKETS, Notes and News—Weekly
  • Marshes, Reclamation of Pontine, 484, 506, 509
  • Mather and Platt, Ltd., Mulsifyro System of Fire Extinguishing, (97), (170)
  • Mechanical Developments in United States, 511
  • Memorial Plaque to Richard Trevithick, 453
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, Activities of, (329)
  • Metal Alloy which Resists Corrosion, " Corrix," (529)
  • Metal Surfaces, Gases and, Professor E. K. Rideal, 499
  • Metals, Perforated Sheet, G. A. Harvey and Co. (London), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Metals, Strengthening of, (377)
  • Metals, Time Effect in Testing, H. Quinney, 332
  • Meteorological Expedition in Canada, (288)
  • Metric System for Goods Exported to Turkey, (71)
  • Microscope, Vickers Projection, Cooke, Troughton and Simms, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iii
  • Microscope without Lenses, Super. E. Rusks, (200)
  • Milk Conveyed by Rail, Annual Figures of, (353)
  • Mine Ventilation, Compound Recorder for, Walker, Crossweller and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 195
  • Mineral Production in Canada, 1933, (13)
  • Mineral Production in Canada, 1933 (377)
  • Mining and Prospecting Activities in Canada, (97)
  • Mining Machinery, Electrical, General Electric Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 222
  • Mining Machinery from England for Ural Region, (377), (403)
  • Model Experiments, Tidal Estuaries, Forecasting by, Professor A. H. Gibson, 397
  • Molybdenum from Mexico, Output of, (555)

MOTOR CARS AND VEHICLES :

  • Automobiles Built under Doble Patents by Henschel and Son, Steam-driven, (303)
  • Commercial Motor Transport Industry, (629)
  • Motor Car Braking Tests in Toronto, (479)
  • Motor Car Chassis, Australia Imports British, (149)
  • Motor Car Fuels, Mixing Acetylene with Petrol Vapour for, (629)
  • Motor Car Industry, German, 504
  • Motor Car Output of the World, (329)
  • Motor Car Registrations in Australia, (605)
  • Motor Car Tires for Machine Shops, Old, (505)
  • Motor Car Washer, Williams and James, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Motor Cars, World's Output of, (655)
  • Motor Cars and Commercial Vehicle Production in Canada and U.S.A., (173)
  • Motor Cars and Resistance to High Winds. (43)
  • Motor Cars Exported from United States, 1933, (403)
  • Motor Repair Certificates, 595
  • Motor Spirit in United Kingdom, Total Consumption of, (524)
  • Motor Vehicles Registered in April, 1934, (605)
  • Motor Vehicles with Diesel Engines, U.S.S.R. Competition, (301)
  • Motors and Red Light on Level Crossing Gates, (253)
  • Old-time Motorists, Annual General Meeting of Circle of, (388)
  • Omnibuses in Berlin to be Oil Engine Driven, (227)
  • MOULDING Machines, Pneulec Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iv
  • Moulding Machine, Jar Roll-over, Pneulec Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iv
  • Moving Forms for Concrete Construction, H. H. Broughton, 451

N

  • NATIONAL Physical Laboratory, 645
  • National Physical Laboratory, Publications of, 48
  • Natural Gas, Storage of, (629)
  • Natural Gas for Gas Engines Pumping on Kenka Lake, (123)
  • Natural Gas Produced in Canada, 1932, (377)
  • Nautical College, Pangbourne, Founders' Day at, (590)
  • Naval Port on Coast of Hainan Island, (43)
  • Navigation, Improvement and Encouragement of, Thomas L. Gray Memorial, 212
  • Navigation of Yangtze, Improving the, 288
  • Nickel, Pyrene High-class, Electro-deposition Process, (403)
  • Nickel Alloys with Copper and Chromium, Henry Wiggin and Co., Ltd., B.I.F.' Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Nickel Consumption, The World's, (71)
  • Nickel Ore Deposit in Manbhum District of Western Bengal, (377)
  • Nickel Ore Deposit of Largo Percentage of Purity Discovered in N. Chosen, (279)
  • Nickel Powder for Sintering, (479)
  • Nickel Products, Pure, Mond Nickel Company. Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Nickel Prospecting in Finland, (655)
  • Nickel Wrought Iron Development in America, (529)
  • Nitric Acid Poisoning in Shipyard, (353)

O

OBITUARY :

  • Aberconway, Lord, 96, (149)
  • Anderson, Lieutenant-Colonel E. P., 269
  • Andrews, James, (97)
  • Armstrong, Wlater Young, (629)
  • Banister, G. H., 343
  • Batho, W. T., (331); (Portrait), 356
  • Bolton, A. J., (134)
  • Bridge, John, (644)
  • Brown, George, 9
  • Clow, W., (201)
  • Cooper, F. E., 534
  • Davies, Dixon H., (227)
  • Denny, James, 459
  • Everett, Edgar L., 419
  • Ford, W. F., (412)
  • Frere, F. H., (97)
  • Frere, F. H., (455)
  • Glover, Sir Ernest, 87
  • Hall, B. J., 482
  • Hall, Joseph Platt, (631)
  • Hamilton. Andrew, 645
  • Hardy, Sir William B., 113
  • Haworth, John, (123)
  • Henderson, Francis, 127
  • Hookham, J. A., (201)
  • Jones, A. E., 459
  • King Albert of the Belgians, 189
  • Lelean, W. A., (43)
  • Lucas, Alfred, (184)
  • Luke, W. J.. 645
  • McCallum, R. T. (529)
  • McLellan, 1)., (303)
  • Mackness, C. F., 1
  • Miller, Oscar von, 367
  • Nesbitt, A. W., 367
  • Palmer, Sir Frederick (Portrait), 380
  • Prosser, T. Morris, (82)
  • Raeburn, Sir William, Bart., 163
  • Raven, Sir Vincent (Portrait), 206, (201)
  • Rosenhain, Dr. Walter (Portrait), 306
  • Sandford, Horatio, 619
  • Smith, Edwin, 75
  • Spencer, Sir T. Harris, 459
  • Strikland, Major F., 625
  • Sutton. Sir George, 459
  • Thompson, Alderman James, 393
  • Trimwell, Thomas, (444)
  • Turnbull, Arthur, (655)
  • Westgarth, Tom, (125), (Portrait) 152
  • Wootton, Albert, 108
  • Worthington, Edgar, 96
  • OIL Boxes on Rails at Curves, (403)
  • Oil Burner with Air Control Box, Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i
  • Oil Burners, Automatic, Parker Winder and Achurch, Ltd., B.1.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v
  • Oil Firing to Cupolas in Austria, (253)
  • Oil Fuel Bunkering, 1933, (227)
  • Oil Fuel Imported Causes Suspension of Coal Workers, (303)
  • Oil Lift, " Tadpole " Automatic, Tecalemit,
  • Ltd.,B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, ii
  • Oil Production from Coal and Shale in Scotland, (43)
  • Oil Production Programme of Soviet for 1934, (97)
  • Oil Struck near Hanover, Germany, (173)
  • Oils and Grease, Measurement of Load-carrying
  • Capacities and Frictional Properties of, (529)
  • Old Centralians' Memoir on Professor W. C. Unwin, (264)
  • Ore Crusher for Corby, Hadfields, Ltd., 42
  • Oversee Transport Unit, Hardy Motors, Ltd., 9
  • Oversee Transport Unit, Reports on Performance of 15-ton, (96)
  • Oxygen in Soil, Variation in Concentration of, (149)

P

  • PAINT, Heat and Acid-resisting, " HoughtoKote," (123)
  • Paint and Pigment Factory in Batavia, Proposed, (227)
  • Paint Sprayer, Portable, Williams and James, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Paint Suitable for Painting Concrete and Ships' Bottoms, " Harvel," (9)
  • Paints and Distempers, Troubles with, (629)
  • Paints and other Coatings for Steel Tanks, Tests, (157)
  • Paints for Steelwork, Accelerated Tests of, 11
  • P. Di by and J. W. Patterson, 586
  • Paper Mills, Turbo-alternators in, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 209
  • Paper Mills at Keinsley, Kent, (581)
  • Paper Pulp Scraper Plant at Messrs. Fletchers' Works, 94
  • Parsons Steam Turbine, Development of-See Parsons, page iv)
  • Patent Law in Relation to Foreign-owned British Patents, C. Hollins, 132

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH :

  • Aeronautics, 187, 417
  • Batteries and Accumulators, 111
  • Building, 317, 544
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 60, 86
  • Crushing and Grinding, 543
  • Dynamos and Motors, 29, 59, 85, 161, 187, 241, 291, 317, 341, 365, 391, 467, 493, 517, 543, 593, 617, 643
  • Electrical Appliances, 187
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 29, 59, 85. 187, 215, 267, 391, 417, 467, 493, 569. 643
  • Furnaces, 80, 291, 342, 365, 391, 517, 570, 61;
  • Lighting and Heating, 86, 215, 643, 667
  • Locomotives, 593, 667
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 60, 86, 162, 187, 241, 342, 443, 467, 517, 618, 643
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 215, 365, 417, 443, 543
  • Metallurgy, 162, 317, 494, 544, 617
  • Mining Machinery, 291, 594
  • Miscellaneous, 30, 60, 112, 138, 162, 188, 216, 241, 268, 291, 318, 342, 365, 392, 444, 468, 494, 518, 544, 570, 594, 618, 644, 668
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 59, 444, 468, 594, 667
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 317, 391, 443, 517, 593
  • Ships and Boats, 30, 137, 241, 317, 543, 570, 643, 667
  • Steam Generators, 111, 267, 291, 467, 569, 593
  • Switchgear, 111, 161, 267, 341, 391, 417, 467, 494, 569, 617
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 111, 417, 517, 617
  • Tramways and Railways, 111, 267, 317, 518
  • Transformers and Converters, 59, 137, 215, 267, 341, 593
  • Transmission of Power, 29, 85, 137, 161, 215, 241, 267, 291, 341, 365, 417, 494, 569, 593
  • Turbine Machinery, 137, 1 13
  • Water Purification, 618
  • Welding, 29, 543, 593, 618, 644, 667
  • PATENTS, Statistics, (353)
  • Payment by Piece Incentive in Repetition Work, (149)
  • Pedestrians, Marked Crossings for, (605)
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 26, 60, 86, 112, 134, 158, 188, 216, 238, 264, 292, 318, 342, 362, 392, 418, 444, 468, 490, 518, 540, 570, 594, 618, 644, 664
  • Personnel Department, Works, G. W. Tripp, 474
  • Petrol-burning Stoves, Villiers Engineering Company. Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi
  • Petrol from Coal for Royal Mr Force, (253)
  • Petrol from Sawdust and Peat, (279)
  • Petrol Ignition Lock, " Featherstone," Allan Rae and Co., Ltd., 462
  • Petroleum. Recent Developments in Field of, Dr. A. E. Dunstan, (455)
  • Physics, Pure and Applied, Meeting in London of International Union of, (605)
  • Pickling Acid, Treatment of, (279)
  • Pile Driving Research, 439
  • Pinions, Carburising Rear-axle, (227)
  • Pipe Joint, Stanton-Wilson, Belie., 196
  • Pipe Joint. Stanton-Wilson Self-adjusting, Working Exhibit at B.I.F., (303)
  • Pipe Pusher, Simple. Skylux, Ltd.. 385
  • Pipes, Cast Iron, Stanton Ironworks Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 196
  • Pipes, Cast Iron, Staveley Coal and Iron Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Pipes, Lead Wool, for Jointing Iron and Steel, Lead Wool Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iv
  • Piston for Internal Combustion Engines, Wellworthy, Ltd.. B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iv
  • Pistons for Oil Engines, Light, Birmingham Aluminium Castings (1903), Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Pit Tubs, Pressed Steel, Platt Brothers and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii
  • Pitch for Briquettes of Powdered Coal, (71)
  • Plaster, Bending and Torsional Tests on, (149)
  • Plastic Moulding Plant, T. H.tpnd J. Daniels, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, viii
  • Plate Gauges, A.B., G. H. Alexander Machinery, Ltd., B.I.F., 222
  • Plating Barrel, " Quickstone," W. Canning and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 193
  • Platinum, World's Consumption of, (100)
  • Platinum-Rhodium Alloys, (377), (479)
  • " Porcella," British Fireproofing Compound, (403)
  • Port of Bombay, Dollar Liner " President Pierce," Drawing 33ft., Uses, (555)
  • Port of London Authority, Twenty-five Years of, 343
  • Pressure Vessels, Tests on Riveted and Welded Construction of, (479)
  • Print Developing Machine, Ozalid Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iii
  • Processing Machinery for Canning Industry, G. A. Harvey and Co. (London), Ltd., B.I.F.
  • Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Production Flow and Industrial Efficiency, A.P. Young, 412
  • " Proferall," Laboratory Tests on, (403)
  • Profit-sharing in 1933, 619
  • Public Works in Now Zealand, Expenditure on, (455)
  • Pulley, Pressed Steel Split, Rubery, Owen and Co., B.I.F., 223
  • Pulverised Fuel, Report on, (227)
  • Pulverised Fuel Burning, " Atritor " System, Alfred Herbert., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vii
  • Pulverised Fuel Boilers in Ilpited States, Two Large, (605)

PUMPS :

  • Pump, Acid-resisting, Meldrums, Ltd., B.I.F. 192
  • Pump, Automatic Control Variable-stroke, Rotoplunge Pump Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii
  • Pump, Mono-radial Hydraulic, A. Fraser, 613
  • Pump, " Rapid Straightfiow " Diaphragm, R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi
  • Pump, Turbine-driven, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi
  • Pump, " Vampire " Vacuum, Drysdale and Co., Ltd., 259
  • Pump, 3in. Omniduktor, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., B.1.F. Suppt.. 16.2.34, vi
  • Pumping Machinery, Part II, Science Museum Publication, 67
  • Pumping Plant at Brixton, W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 408
  • Pumping Plant at Works of J. A. Woir, Ltd., Emergency, Harland Engineering Company, Ltd., 131
  • Pumping Station, Holden and Brooke, Ltd., Weston Automatic Booster, 361
  • Pumps, Hydraulically Operated Sewage, Hydrautomat, Ltd., 595
  • Pumps, " Runwell " Semi-rotary Wing Hand, Ashwell and Nesbit, Ltd., B.I.F., Suppt. 23.2.34, iii
  • Pumps, Submersible Motor-driven, Electro-mersible Motors and Pumps, Ltd., 349
  • Pumps, Vitreous Porcelain Enamel Coatings to Cases of Impellers of Deep-well Turbine, (303)
  • Pumps for Deep Farm Wells, C. A. Cameron Brown, 638
  • PUNCH and Chisel Set, Fry's (London), Ltd., (108)
  • Punches and Die Elements, Zeiss-Ikon Standard, 258

Q

  • QUAY at Sunderland, Deep-water, (604)

R

  • RADIATOR, Sectional Type, Serek Radiators, Ltd., B.I.F., 194
  • Radium from Pitchblende, (555)

RAILWAYS (GENERAL MATTERS) :

  • Accidents
  • Accident to Locomotive in Morley Tunnel Between Huddersfield and Leeds, (43)
  • Accidents Due to Wilful Obstruction, (403)
  • Accidents on United States Railways, Reduction of, (253)
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, (377)
  • Alne Collision, Lieut.-Colonel Woodhouse's Inquiry, (71)
  • Altrincham Collision, Colonel Trench's Report, (279). 607
  • Armagh Disaster of Forty-five Years Ago Recalled, (605)
  • Bo'ness Junction Disaster Sixty Years Ago, (123)
  • Camden Collision, Colonel Mount's Report, 607
  • Carr Bridge Accident Caused by Cloudburst Twenty Years Ago, (655)
  • Collision at, Caterham, (353)
  • Collision at Huston, Football Excursion, Ten Years Ago, (407)
  • Collision at Glasgow Central Station, (353)
  • Collision at Kilburn, (353)
  • Collision near Barcelona, (555)
  • Collision on Single Line on Italian State Railways, (227)
  • Derailment near West Hampstead, (279)
  • Derailment on Pennsylvania System, Fatal, (253)
  • Fatal Accident at Road Level Crossing near Fleetwood, (505)
  • Firemen Killed on Railways, (173)
  • Hellifield Accident, Lieut.-Colonel Anderson's Report, (13), (353), 607; Verdict of " Accidental Death," (97)
  • Lagny Accident, French Railway Disaster, 167, (201)
  • Loughborough Collision, (123)
  • Northolt Junction Collision, (71)
  • Railway Accidents in 1873, Letter from then President of Board of Trade to all Railway Companies, (13)
  • Servants Killed on Railways During 1933, (13)
  • Two Fatal Train Accidents in England and Scotland in 1933, (13)
  • Watford Tunnel Fatal Accident, (123);
  • Verdict " Accidental Death," (149)
  • Board of Trade Export Returns for Railway Material, (97)
  • " Bucket-type " Railway Freight Cars, (377)
  • " Crocodile " Ramp in Four-foot Way, (13)
  • Electrification of Railways:
  • Electric Railway in Turkey for Conveyance of Coal, (71)
  • Electric Trains for Danish State Railways, English Electric Company, Ltd., 286
  • Electrification of Danish State Railways, English Electric Company, Ltd., 286
  • Electrification of Lines from Glencoe to Vryheid, Natal, (555)
  • Electrification of Midland Iron Company's Works, (108)
  • Electrification of Railways, Slow Progress of, H. N. Gresley at Batti-Wallah's Society, (253)
  • Electrification on Brazilian Central Railway, 653
  • South African Railways, Electrification on, (353)
  • Export of Railway Material, 1934 (First Quarter), (429)
  • Foggy Weather and Trains Running Late, (227)
  • Glasgow Subway System, Delivery of Continuous Rope, (513)
  • Great Central Railway, London Extension Opened Thirty-five Years Ago, (279)
  • Great Orme Tramway, Prospect of Reopening, (455)
  • Great Orme Tramway, Inspection for Ministry of Transport After Reconstruction, (529)
  • Great Southern Railways of Ireland and German Coal for Locomotive Use, (329)
  • Grouped Railways :
  • and Imperial Airways, Ltd., Agreement, (279)
  • and Road Traffic Interests, (227)
  • and the Unions, (479)
  • and where Every Twenty Shillings Goos, (429)
  • Maintenance Expenditure, (279)
  • Proposed Expenditure During 1934, (303)
  • Receipts for 1933, (253)
  • Receipts for First Two Weeks, (97); First Three Weeks, (149); Tenth Week, (303); Seventeenth Week, (514)
  • Returns, Preliminary, (329)
  • Stock, (479)
  • Statistics for Running Miles, 1933, (429)
  • Traffic Returns for Fifty-second Week, 1933, (43)
  • Wagon Repairs, (353)
  • Irish Loop Railway at Greenisland, 87, (97)
  • Leek and Manifold Railway, Closing of, (303); Details of, (527)
  • Level Crossings, Schemes for Elimination of, (173)
  • Mersey Railway Receipts, (201)
  • Midland Railway Company and Carriage of Passengers to Norfolk, (505)
  • Montrose (Formerly Caledonian Station) Station Closed Through Pooling Agreement, (329), (479)
  • National Wages Board :
  • Constitution of, (71)
  • Nominally Ceased to Exist March 3rd, 1934, (253)
  • Decrease in Membership, (605)
  • Negotiations, (555)
  • Rail Purchases, American, 262
  • Railway Clerks' Association and Economy on Railways, (581)
  • Railway Coach Woodworking Machines, Thomas Robinson and Son, Ltd., 454, 456
  • Railway Connections Opened Forty-five Years Ago, (555)
  • Railway Engineering Convention, American, 402
  • Railway History and Name of Tredegar, (505)
  • Railwaymen's Union Reject Companies'
  • Proposal for Conciliation Scheme, (191)
  • Railwaymen's Wages, Discussions, (605)
  • Railway Rates Tribunal and "Flat Rate" Decision of, (455)
  • Railways of Northern Ireland, Wages Agreement (505)
  • Restaurant Cars on British Railways, Number of Meals Served Per Year on, (403)
  • Safeguards on Railways, D. Ross-Johnson, (123)
  • Shropshire and Montgomeryshire Railway, Passenger Traffic Withdrawn Owing to Road Competition, (71)
  • Stations Closed Under Pooling Arrangements, (329)
  • Steel Sleepers on South African Railways, (479)
  • Tests on Plain Carbon Steel Railway Rails, (479)
  • Time-table Services, (429)
  • Train Ferry Conveyance Between England and Continent, Statistics, (43)
  • Transport Advisory Council, Members of, (227)
  • Travelling Facilities in Finchley, (303)
  • Wages Negotiations on Great Southern Railways Company, (529)
  • Wagon, World's Largest Railway, (454)
  • Wagon Brakes, Churchward-Dean, (149)
  • Wagons in Service, Railway-owned, (581)
  • Wedgwood, Sir Ralph, Recovery in Health of, (43)
  • Whistling Code on Railways, (407), (479)
  • Great Western Railway :
  • Great Western Railway, Appointment of Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Horne as Chairman, 113, (123)
  • Churchill, Viscount, " Working Chairman" of the Company, (43)
  • Cost of Materials, Statistics, (149)
  • Creosoting Plant at Hayes, (97)
  • Factories and Factory Sites on the Company's Land, (196)
  • Newspaper Train to Plymouth and Penzance, Accelerated, (303)
  • Numbered Trains, System of, 637
  • Oxford to Paddington, Summer Train Service, (581)
  • Railcars for G.W.R. Express, Associated Equipment Company. Ltd., (655), 662
  • Reading Station, Milk Churns on Rails at, (173)
  • Signalling, Division of Long Block Sections, (555)
  • Speedometers to be. Fitted to 100 Locomotives, (71)
  • Steel Keys, Experiments with, (629)
  • Tickets on Caradon Railway, Unique, (429)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway :
  • Appointments at Abergavenny, (505)
  • Beames, Captain H. P. M., Retirement in September, (529)
  • Blackburn, Improvement Scheme at Goods Depot, Bolton-road, (403)
  • Bradford, Improvements at Bridge-street Depot, (353)
  • Buxton to Manchester and Liverpool, Application for Bill to give Alternative Routes from, (303), (403)
  • Container Unit, Type X, (43)
  • Crewe Dinner, Report, (310)
  • Eighty-nine Years' Old " Columbine " to be Placed on Exhibition at York, (580)
  • Electric Arc Welding on Railway at Sharnbrook Viaduct, (529)
  • Employment at Crewe, (71)
  • Euston House, Opening of, 163
  • Express Newspaper Train to Heysham Calling at Warrington, (71)
  • Everard, H. B., Appointed District Engineer, Derby, South, (455)
  • Freight Train Working, Sir Josiah Stamp, (253)
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Rolling Stock Added to Derby Locomotive Museum, (123)
  • Leeds, City Square, Railway Station, Rebuilding Entrance, (173)
  • Irish Mail Train, Acceleration of, (429)
  • Plants for Softening Locomotive Water, (97)
  • Ports, Booklets on Railway, (71)
  • Post Office Sorting Van for Northern Counties Committee, (555)
  • Railhead Distributing Centre at Haydon Square, (149)
  • Road Vehicle Programme, 571
  • " Royal Scot " at B.I.F., Castle Bromwich, (173)
  • " Royal Scot " Train to Tour England, (13), (123)
  • Signalling Alterations at Stafford, (149)
  • Signalling Equipment, Improved, (329)
  • Southend to Shoeburyness, Opened Fifty Years Ago, (123)
  • Staff Appointments, (292)
  • Steam Engines of Great Age at Holyhead and Swannington, Two Stationary, (329)
  • Tenders for Standard Type Passenger Vehicles, (97)
  • London and North-Eastern Railway :
  • Appointments, (329)
  • Capital Invested in Passenger Road Services, (505)
  • Colour light Signals on Seven Sisters and Enfield Branch, (149)
  • Cranes, Petrol-electric Mobile, Used at Several Depots, (377)
  • Ferry Service Between New Holland and Hull, (581)
  • Gidea Park and Shenfiold Widening, 70
  • Homing Pigeons Used in Railway Service, (303)
  • King's Cross Improvements; (201)
  • Liverpool Street Station, (201)
  • Lubrication, Over 100 Different Lubricants Used, (605)
  • Rail Brakes at Hull Yard, (529)
  • Review of the Company's Business, (353)
  • Signalling School in Sleeping Car, (97)
  • Transport, Modern Conditions and Methods of, (403)
  • Tube Railway in East London and Essex, Proposed, (629)
  • Whitemoor Marshalling Yard, Expeditious Handling of Fruit at, (353)
  • Southern Railway :
  • Angmering Train Services, (605)
  • Business During Last Six Years, (377)
  • Coal Carried from Kent Collieries, (207)
  • Electrical Working of Points and Signals, (43)
  • Express Freight Trains, (479)
  • Factory Sites at Southampton, (529)
  • Ferry Service Between Dover and Dunkirk, (279)
  • Floating Dock at Southampton for Disposal, (149)
  • Interchangeable Motors on Electric Stock. (454)
  • Paraffin Oil Flares Still Used, (97)
  • Passengers on Electrically Operated Trains, Numbers of, (403), (529)
  • St. Mary Cray Extension, Electrification of, (353)
  • Season Tickets to Brighton Increase, (529)
  • Southampton Docks, Gross Registered Tonnage Using, (353)
  • Southampton Graving Dock, White Star Liner " Majestic " Docked, 87
  • Southampton West Station, Improvement of, (71), (329)
  • Train Ferries for Southern Railway, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, Ltd., 398
  • Underground Railways of London (L.P.T.B.):
  • " Circle " Trains Repainted Like Tube Rolling Stock, (455)
  • " Circle " Trains to be Withdrawn, (479)
  • Electro-pneumatic Brakes for Cars on Morden Tube, (489)
  • Great Northern and City Railway, First-
  • class Compartments Dispensed with, (377)
  • " Inner Circle " Trains, (655)
  • Knightsbridge Tube Station, Progress of Work at, (227)
  • Lighting up Gaps at Tube Stations, (655)
  • Metropolitan Railway, Late Lord Aberconway, Chairman for Thirty Years, (149)
  • Metropolitan Railway and Parcels Service, (655)
  • Ministry of Transport.
  • Accidents to Railway Servants, Inquiries into Serious, (149)
  • Ilford's Transit Requirements, Lord Ash field's Report, (303)
  • Railway Statistics, September, 1933, (13). (43); October, 1933, (71); November. 1933, (201); December, 1933, (303)
  • January, 1934, (429); February, 1934, (581)
  • Train Accidents, Inquiries into, (455)
  • Tramways Returns, (97)
  • Transport Advisory Council, (43)
  • Value of Statistics, (655)
  • Colonial and Foreign :
  • American Streamlined Train, 395
  • Amsterdam District, Modernisation of Railways in, (13)
  • Automatic Stops on Swiss Federal Railways, (149)
  • Bulgarian Railway between Karlowo and Makotzew, (201)
  • Canadian National Railways, Winter Travel Instructions, (71)
  • Canadian National Railways and Contract to Take Vancouver Shipbuilder to Great Bear Lake on Arctic Circle, (505)
  • Canadian Railways, Maintenance Staff for, (479)
  • Canadian Railways and Unremunerative Track, (629)
  • Continuous Brake System on Polish Railways Goods Rolling Stock, (123)
  • Finnish Railway Board and Rail Orders, (13)
  • Florence and Bologna Railway, (201)
  • " Flying Hamburger " Non-stop Run, Berlin to Cologne, (655)
  • German State Railways and Fast Railcars, (429)
  • German State Railways and Oil Units, (71) Indian Railway Administration, Expenditure on Works, (529)
  • Indian Railway Board's Report, 1933, (429), (505), (581)
  • Indian Railways Board and Road Competition, (629)
  • Mountain Suspension Railway on the Puig Mayor, Majorca, (534)
  • Persian Railways, Italian Workers for, (13)
  • Polish Railways, British Firm and Installation of Brakes and Brake Equipment on, (429)
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Locomotives with Tapered Roller Bearings on Axles, (629)
  • Railway Lino Joining Bologna and Florence Opened, (455)
  • Railwaymen in United States, Unrest of, (329)
  • Railway Stock for Canton—Hankow Railway in China, British, (555)
  • Railway System in Soviet Union, Length of, (123)
  • Lubrication of Locomotives, Recovery of Oil and Waste, (529)
  • South African Railways, Rail Car Services, (629)
  • South African Railways and Harbours Administration, Annual Report, (123)
  • South African Railways and Harbours Administration and Contracts with
  • British Steel Firms, (455)
  • Spark Arrester on New Zealand Railways, Improved, (429)
  • Streamlined Train for Union Pacific Railroad, (253)
  • Underground Railway in Santiago, Chile, Proposed, (71)
  • Welding Railway Line in Brandleite Tunnel on Berlin-Stuttgart Line, (13)

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVE MATTERS :

  • " Baltic " Type Tank Engines to be Provided with Tenders, (581)
  • Crank-axle of 1881, (201)
  • Delaware and Hudson Railway, Triple-expansion Locomotive, 530, 534
  • Etat Mountain Type Locomotive, " 22 " (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Franco Locomotive, Design of, 412
  • Grouped Railways, Locomotive Maintenance on, (329)
  • Locomotive, Monsieur A. Chapelon's Projected Compound, 180
  • Locomotive Condensers, Copper Tubes for, Earle, Bourne and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Locomotive Condensers, Yellow Metal for, Earle, Bourne and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Locomotive Crank Axles, F. L. Baxter, 646
  • Locomotive Cylinders, L.M.S. Fabricated, 477
  • Locomotive for Colombia, Multi-en fined Steam, " Sentinel " Waggon Works, Ltd., 599, 606 (Two-page Supplement, June 16th, 1934)
  • Locomotive for Udaipur Chitogarh Railway, India, 2-8-0, W. G. Bagnall, Ltd., 181
  • Locomotive " No. 633 " Fitted with "Dabeg', Feed-water Heater, (13)
  • Locomotive of " 1400 " Class, " High Flyers," Withdrawal of Last, (253), (279)
  • Locomotive Performance of Twenty-two Locomotives on Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, (329)
  • Locomotive Pooling, 657
  • Locomotive Shop on Pekin-Hankow Railway to be Overhauled, (455)
  • Locomotive Statistics for Grouped Railways, (377)
  • Locomotives, Renumbering 8226, L.M.S., (403)
  • Locomotives for China, Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., 131
  • L.M.S. Passenger Locomotive " Princess Royal," 22 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Locomotive Record Run Liverpool to Euston, " The Princess Royal." (429)
  • L.N.E. Railway, 2-8--2 Three-cylinder Locomotive " No. 2001," " Cock o' the North," H. N. Gresley, 550, 551; Trials, 645
  • Naming of Locomotives on Northern Counties Committee Section, (149)
  • Nord Railway, Four-cylinder Compound Heavy Goods Locomotive, 22
  • P.L.M. Railway, Class " 151 " Locomotive Remodelled, 22
  • P. L.M. 4-6-2 Express Locomotive, 22 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • P.O. 4-8-0 Express Locomotive, 22 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Redesigned Goods Locomotive on L.M.S. Railway, 80
  • Tank Locomotives, Three-cylinder, L.M.S. Railway, 337
  • " The Princess Royal " and " Princess Elizabeth," L.M.S. Locomotives, Working Between Euston and Glasgow, (97)
  • Locomotives, Diesel, Oil, and Oil-electric (also Railcars) :
  • Disel-electric Locomotive for P.L.M. Railway Company, Societe Alathom, (303)
  • Locomotive, 28 H.P. Oil Engine Driven, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iii
  • Oil-electric Locomotives, Constant Power Control for, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 79
  • Oil-electric Locomotive, 300 H.P., English Electric Company, Ltd., and R. and W. Hawthorn, Leslie and Co., Ltd., 578
  • Oil-electric Motor Trains for Netherland State Railways, (97)
  • Oil-electric Shunting Locomotive, Sir IV. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 208
  • Oil-engined Shunting Locomotives in Germany, (403)
  • Oil-engined Train, Run of, 638
  • Oil Locomotives for L.M.S. Railway, Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., 105
  • Oil Locomotive for Woolwich Arsenal, Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., 310
  • Railbus, Sixty-seater, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., 8
  • Railcar, Oil-hydraulic, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 198, 202
  • RARE Metals, Commercial Uses of, (403)
  • Reclamation of Pontine Marshes, 484, 506, 509
  • Reduction Gear, Single Helical, Moss Gear Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 223
  • Reflector for 200in. Telescope at Mount Wilson Observatory, Glass Disc Cast for, (329)
  • Refrigerant in Form of Frozen Brine, (505)
  • Refrigeration, Principles of, Sir William Bragg to British Science Guild, 477
  • Refuse Destructor at Drumshantie, (279)
  • Refuse Destructor Plant for Tokyo, Proposed, (353)
  • Research, Scientific and Industrial, Survey of Annual Report, 74, 90

RESEARCH, DEPARTMENT OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL :

  • Survey of Annual Report, 74, 90
  • Temperature Rise in Hydrating Concrete, (97)
  • Water Pollution, Summary of Current Literature on, (93)
  • RESEARCH Laboratories, Callender Electrical Transmission, 656, 659
  • Research Laboratories at Chiswick, Institution of Automobile Engineers, 263
  • Research Station, Post Office, 54
  • Resin, Improved Synthetic, (403)
  • Resins, Rehabilitation of Natural, Dr. Krum-bhaar, (581)
  • Rice Mill, David Landale, B.I.P. Suppt., 23.2.34, iv
  • Rinsing of Pickled Metal Articles, (655)
  • River Thames and Suitability for Passenger Transport Services, (329)
  • Rivets, Standardisation of Small, (411)

ROADS AND HIGHWAYS :

  • Highway Between Munich and Salsburg, (505)
  • Highways in U.S.A., Money Invested in, (71)
  • Highways, Non-skid Surfaces of, (303)
  • Pedestrians' Deaths and Speed of Motor Omnibuses, (227)
  • Reinforcement for Road Surfaces, W. Carrick Howart, 485
  • Reinforcement for Road Surfaces, Correction, (518)
  • Road, Progress of Grossglockner-Greaber Alps Road,(455)
  • Road and Rail Traffic Act Rates, (43), (173)
  • Road and Rail Traffic Act, 1933, (105)
  • Road Breaker, Petrol, E. A. Gatehouse and A. W. Neil, 635
  • Road Building in Germany, 478
  • Road Improvements in Southern England, Programme for, (385)
  • Road Locomotives in London, Restrictions for Heavy, (455)
  • Road Motor Services in South Africa, (581)
  • Road Surfaces, Cast Iron, Platt Bros. and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii
  • Road Surfaces, Reinforcement for, W. Carrick Howart, 485
  • Road Testing Machine, Experiments at Stuttgart, (429)
  • Road Traffic Bill, 343
  • Road Transport in South Africa, (173)
  • Road Transport Safety, 163
  • Road Widening by West Ham Corporation, (123)
  • Roads, Concrete, J. H. Walker, 94
  • Roads, Instrument for Determining Actual Loading Imposed by Traffic on, (429)
  • Street Traffic Signals, Accidents During Night and, (377)
  • Street Traffic Signals in Oxford-street, (528)
  • Traffic Control Signals in Middlesex, (429)
  • " ROCKET," Professor Robert H. Goddard's, (227)
  • Rolling Mill, Four-high Cold Strip, Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, ii
  • Roll Mill Drive and Barring Gear, Cold, Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 180
  • Roller, Oil Engine-driven Light, Wallis and Steevens, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppe., 16.2.34, iv
  • Rollers, Road and Grass, Aveling and Porter, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iv
  • Roof Gutters, Design of, (505)
  • Roofing River Mersey at Stockport, (279)
  • Rose Cuttings Prepared for Long Distance Transmission. by Spraying with Hot Paraffin Wax, (555)
  • Rust Removal from Metal Parts, Bath for, (329)

S

  • SAFETY in Works, T. J. Dixon, (253)
  • Safety of Underground Workers, (149)
  • Sales Department, Engineering, Eric N. Simons, 396
  • Salvage and Refuse Disposal Works in Birmingham, (479)
  • Salvage Operations at Scapa. Flow, 113
  • Sand for Stemming Shots in Mines, (629)
  • Sand Mixing Machine, Pneulec Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iv
  • Saw Sharpeners, Automatic, Modern Wood-working Machines, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi
  • Scaffolding in Shipyards, Tubular, Allied Steel Scaffolding Company, Ltd., 562
  • Scholarships, Faraday House, 388
  • Scholarships in Technology at Manchester University, (618)

SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS (see also Electrical Matters) :

  • Air Flow Meter, Admiralty Engineering, 635
  • Air Meter Distance Transmitter for Mersey Tunnel, 636
  • Ammeters, Portable Multi-range " Tong Test," Crompton-Parkinson, Ltd., 70
  • CO2 Metering Unit, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii
  • Compound Recorder for Mine Ventilation,
  • Walker, Crossweller and Co.. Ltd., B.I.F., 195
  • Echo Depth Indicator, " Husun " Admiralty, 234
  • Electrical Instruments, Ferranti, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vu
  • Electricity Meters, Bottom Bearings of, G. F. Shotter, (455)
  • Extensometer, Capacitator, F. de la C. Chard, 635
  • Fatigue Testing Apparatus, Electromagnetic, General Electric Research Laboratories, 68
  • Frequency Control, Sullivan's Tuning Fork Equipment, W. H. Sullivan, Ltd., 80
  • Frequency Meters, Marconi's, 579
  • Galvanometer, Evolution of, R. I. Whipple, 36
  • Glaremeter, Dr. W. S. Stiles and B. H. Crawford, National Physical Laboratory, 69
  • Insulation Tester, Meggers, Evershed and Vignolles, Ltd., 36
  • Isolators, Oil-immersed, General Electric Company, Ltd., 487
  • Light Testing Equipment, Benjamin Electric Ltd., (362)
  • Maximum Demand " Tell Tale," Everett Edgecombe and Co., Ltd., 69
  • Meter, Ferranti's Polyphase Kilowatt-hour B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vii
  • Meter, illumination, Salford Electrica Instruments, Ltd., 38
  • Meter, Megger Capacity, Evershed and Vignolles, Ltd., 36
  • Meter, Polyphase kW-hour, British Sangamo Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 220
  • Meter, Reflection, Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd., 38
  • Meter, Single-phase Watt-hour, British Sangamo Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 220
  • Meters and Recorders, " A rkon," Walker, Crossweller and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 195
  • Micrometer, Application of Concave Achromatic Lens to, G. Dolland, (227)
  • Noise Meter, Standard Telephone and Cables, Ltd., 234
  • Odograph, Sperry-Villiers, 147
  • Ohmmeter, Portable, Dynameg, Ltd., 286
  • Oscillograph, High-speed Cathode Ray, Cambridge Instrument Company, 37
  • Photometer, Semi-automatic Light Distribution, G.E.C. Research Laboratories, 635
  • Pressure Recorder, Portable, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii
  • Process Tuner, Everett, Edgecumbe and Co., Ltd., 69
  • Pyrometer, Control, Electroflo Meters Company. Ltd., B.I.F., 192
  • Pyrometer, Siemens Cross Filament, 36
  • Recording Ammeter, Maximum Demand, Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 36
  • Recording Instruments, Electrical, Evershed and Vignolles, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii
  • Regulator, Streamline Diffusing Discharge, English Electric Company, Ltd., 362
  • Regulator, Three-phase Automatically Controlled, Isenthal and Co., Ltd., 69
  • Regulators, Automatic and Contactor, Oerlikon Company, Ltd., 338
  • Scientific Instruments, Cambridge Instrument Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, viii
  • Tachometer, Remote Indicating, Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd., 38
  • Tachometers, Electrical, Record Electrical Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vii
  • Tele Transmission System, Split Potential, Drayton Regulator and Instrument Company, Ltd., 68
  • Testing Polar Distribution of Light from Lamps, General Electric Research Laboratories, 68
  • Viscometer, Interesting, (377)
  • Voltmeter, Electrostatic, Ferranti, Ltd., 69
  • Voltage Regulator, Isenthal and Co., Ltd., 69
  • Water Hardness Recorder, Automatic, Dr. H. S. Hatfield, 278
  • SCOTT, Sir Andrew, Honour Conferred on Secretary of Lloyd's Register of Shipping, (605)
  • Screen, De-breezing, Pegson, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vii
  • Screen, Sherwen Electro-magnetic Vibrating, Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 130
  • Screening Plant, Pegson, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vii
  • Scrubbing Machine, Rotary, F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Seagrave Memorial Trophy Awarded to Sir Malcolm Campbell, (279)
  • Seamless Tubes, Rolled up to 100ft., (329)
  • Sea Water, Deterioration of Structures in, Dr. J. Newton Friend, 302
  • Sewage Pumps, Hydraulically Operated, Hydrautomat, Ltd., 595
  • Sewing Machines, Export Figures of, (106)

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :

  • General :
  • Armoured Speed Boats for R.A.F., (655)
  • Boat Building at Plymouth, (123)
  • C.G.T. Liner Normandie," Size of, (655)
  • Cunard Liner " No. 534," H.M. The Queen to Launch the, (479)
  • Ferry Boat Service Between Hong Kong and Kowloon, (43)
  • Ferry Boats, Oil-electric, " Queen Margaret " and " Robert The Bruce,"
  • William Denny and Brothers, Ltd., 260
  • Ferry Service over Forth, (377)
  • German Mercantile Marine, (479)
  • Hamburg Tank, Friends of, International Meeting at Edinburgh and Glasgow, 614
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Summary, 132
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, General Committee, Appointments, (655)
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 67, 401
  • Maritime Conference, French Technical, 613
  • Merchant Fleet for Spain, 343
  • Merchant Tonnage of Italy, Growth of, (227)
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd Company, Order for Six Vessels, (434)
  • One Thousandth Ship Built by Cammell Laird and Co., Ltd., (353)
  • Passenger and Cargo Vessels for Chinese Government, British Firms Build Four, (303)
  • Propeller Drive, Development of Auxiliary, E. C. Garratt, 371
  • Salvage of Dutch Liner " Turbantia," Proposed, (479)
  • Scale Effect in Screw Propellers, J. F. Allan, 371
  • Screw Propellers, Scale Effect in, J. F. Allan, 371
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering Trade Unions, 87
  • Shipbuilding on Tyne, 163
  • Ship Construction, Welded Joints in, Professor B. P. Haigh, 347, 351
  • Shipping for Churchill, Hudson's Bay, Summer, (377)
  • Shipping Laid Up in South Wales Ports, (43)
  • Ship Repairing at Bootle, Messrs. Beardmore to Cease, (429)
  • Ships' Auxiliary Generating and Compressor Set, Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 181
  • Ship's Auxiliary Set, Petters' 12 B.H.P. Atomic Diesel Engine, 361
  • Ships, Fire Fighting Arrangements in, E. F. Spanner, 371
  • Ships Chartered by Anglo-Soviet Shipping Company, (681)
  • Ships in Japan, Government Subsidise, (581)
  • Shipyards on N.E. Coast, Opening, (505)
  • Steamers for Soviet Government, (377), (403)
  • Steering Control of Ships, Automatic, Sir James B. Henderson, 324, 334
  • Tankers, Cost of American and British, (253)
  • Tonnage Under Construction in United Kingdom, (629)
  • Tug Boat Uses Circulating Water from Ballast Tanks when in Muddy Water, (353)
  • Turbo-electric Propulsion Machinery, Breakdowns of, C. Wallace Saunders, 263
  • Vibration Neutraliser for Ships, Professor C. E. Inglis, 308
  • Liners and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • " Arowear," Machinery for Steamship, 76, 77
  • " Arcwear " Arrives at Buenos Aires, (227)
  • " Ardar," Performance of Motor Tanker, (605)
  • " Brighton," Cross-Channel Steamer, 18, 19
  • " Caribia," Hamburg-American Liner, 20 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • " Dieppe," Cross-Channel Steamer, Converted into Motor Yacht " Rosaura " by John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 512
  • " Criollo Fiel " Tanker, Built and Launched in Record Time, (529)
  • Cunard Line 73,000-Ton Liner " No. 534," 17 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Cunarder, Scheme for Competing, 139
  • " Devon City," Reardon Smith Motor Cargo Liner, 18
  • " Frixos," Motor Yacht, 167
  • " Gargon," Blue Funnel Motor Liner, 18
  • " Incomati," Motor Ship, 419
  • " Lucayan," Dredger for Nassau, Grab, Priestman Brothers, Ltd., 131
  • " Malaita," Burns Philp Liner, 18 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Motor Liner for Australia, Melbourne Steamship Company, Ltd., (640)
  • " Normandie," French Line 75,000-Ton Liner, 19 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Norwegian Vessel of Unique Type, 645
  • " Oceania," Cosulich Liner, 20 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • " Port Chalmers," Dominion Commonwealth Motor Liner, 17
  • " Queen Mary," Clyde Passenger Steamer, 19
  • " Queen of Bermuda," Furness, Withy Turbo-electric Liner, 17, 18
  • " Rosaura," Motor Yacht, 512
  • Naval Matters
  • BRITISH :
  • Direction Finder for Submarines, Marconi's, 360
  • Foreign Battleships, 645
  • H.M. Light Cruiser " Achilles," 3 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • H.M.S. " Ajax," Launch of Cruiser, (86), 243
  • H.M.S. " Arethusa," Launch of Cruiser, 243
  • H.M.S. " Fearless," Launch of, 495
  • H.M.S. Destroyer " Forester," Built by Arc Welding Method, (655)
  • H.M.S. " Esk " Fitted with Tripod Masts, (328)
  • H.M.S. Flotilla Leader " Exmouth," 139, (149)
  • H.M. Submarine " Salmon," Launch of, (455)
  • H.M. Submarine " Severn," Launch of, (86)
  • H.M. Submarine " Shark " Launched at Chatham, (581)
  • H.M. Target Towing Vessel " Sir Hastings Anderson," Harland and Wolff, Ltd., 619
  • Naval Construction, Trend in, S. V. Goodall, 139
  • Naval Construction for 1934 Programme, 243
  • Naval Vessels Building at Present, Number of, (581)
  • Submarines, Direction Finder for, Marconi's, 360
  • FOREIGN :
  • Dutch Navy, Royal Commission's Findings on, (97)
  • French Battleship, Construction of Second " Dunkerque," 243
  • French 10,000-Ton Cruiser " Algerie," 5
  • French Submarine " Agosta," Launch of, (455)
  • German Cruiser " Deutschland," 5, (78)
  • Naval Programme of Italian Government, (529)
  • Italian Cruiser " Belzano," 5 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Warships for Italy, Two 35,000-Ton, (605)
  • Submarine Driven by Electric Batteries Carrying Crew of Four, Japanese 26ft., (123)
  • Portuguese Destroyer " Lima," 7
  • Portuguese Destroyers for Republic of Colombia, 163
  • Portuguese Sloop " Goncalvez Zarco," 7 (Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Portuguese Submarines Launched at Vickers-Armstrong's Barrow-in-Furness Yard, (581)
  • U.S. Cruiser " Portland," 4 (Supplement January 5th, 1934)
  • " Washington," United States Lin( 24,000- Ton Liner, 19, 20
  • SHOW Turntable, Moss Gear Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 223
  • Silencers for Internal Combustion Engines, C. G. Vokes, Ltd., 51
  • Silver as Bearing Metal, (429)
  • Silver Lining has its Cloud, Editor of the Iron Age, 197
  • Sixty Years Ago, 12, 38, 67, 96, 127, 148, 181, 197, 231, 260, 288, 310, 328, 352, 373, 402, 427, 454, 483, 504, 535, 560, 584, 614, 628, 654
  • Slag and Manufacture of Glass, (279)
  • Smoke, Dust and, R. Whytlow-Gray, 409
  • Smoke, Reduction of Boiler, British Smoke Eliminators, Ltd., 439
  • Smokeless Fuel, " Anthracine," (149)
  • Soap-flaking Mill, H. Simon, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi
  • Soap-making Machinery, H. Simon, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, vi
  • Soap Plodder, Henry Simon, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v, vi
  • Sodium Carbonate in Iron and Steel Works, Use of, N. L. Evans, (329)
  • Sodium Vapour Lamps for Highway Lighting, (479)
  • Sodium-vapour Units, Type of, (429)
  • Soil Corrosion of Metals, Zinc Prevents, (479)
  • Soldering, Technique of, Dr. C. V. Boys, (581)
  • Soil Heating by Electricity, Experiments at Vale of Evesham, (479)

SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NEWS :

  • Air Services, Union, 386
  • Air Survey of the Rand, 590
  • Alcohol from Molasses, 56
  • British Cars in Demand, 490
  • Busy and Prosperous Year Expected, 147
  • Cape Town's Electricity Consumption, 264
  • Dam, Another Gigantic, 148
  • Electric Railways for the Rand, 590
  • Electric Systems, Remodelling, 56
  • Electrical Power, Demand for More, 386
  • German Locomotives, 264
  • Gold Mine, Extending Great, 264
  • Gold Mining Output for 1933, 264
  • Government Loan Programme, 590
  • Harbour Inquiry Commission, 387
  • Harbours of South Africa, 590
  • Industrial Activities, 56
  • Iron and Steel Board, Vacancies on, 386
  • Iron and Steel for Railways, 590
  • Main Line Electrification, 148
  • Mishap at Steel Works, Pretoria, 148
  • Natal Main Line Deviation, 264
  • Petrol from Torbanite, 264
  • Prosperity Budgets, 490
  • Radio Stations, Additional, 590
  • Railway Budget, 590
  • Railways, Equipment for, 148
  • Railways and Industries, 490
  • Some 1934 Undertakings, 147
  • South African Harbours Inquiry Commission, 490
  • Steel Works Appointments, 264
  • Textile Mill at Chislehurst, 148
  • Trucks, Two Thousand, 264
  • Union Steel Corporation Expansion, 56
  • Victoria Falls Power Company, 56
  • SOVIET Trade with Great Britain, (353)
  • " Sow the Wind and Reap the Whirlwind,"Iron Age," 361
  • Spraying Plant, " Pneumatic Twenty " Portable, B.E.N. Patents, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, iii
  • Staff Magazines, Industrial Welfare Society's Conference, (26)
  • Stainless Steel Beer Barrels in America, (13)
  • Stair Stringing Machine, Woodworking, Midland Saw and Tool Company, Ltd., 336
  • Steam Generator, " Velox," M. G. S. Swallow, 387
  • Steam Power Station for Tokyo Electric Light Company, (455)
  • Steam Purifier, Hopkinson-Moynan Centrifugal, 612
  • Steam, Supersaturated, J. I. Yellott, 207

STEAM TURBINE, DEVELOPMENT OF PARSONS (see Parsons, page iv)

  • Stearic Acid, Uses of, (605)
  • Stoker, Babcock Style, 28; B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i
  • Stokers, Meldrums, Ltd., B.I.F., 192
  • Stoves, Petrol-burning, Villiers Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi
  • Stream Contamination from Seepage Containing Sulphuric Acid, (629)
  • Street Refuge Posts of Rubber at Leicester, (13)
  • Subway for Detroit, Double-track, (43)
  • Subways for Pedestrians in City of London. (629)
  • Sugar Factory Started at Kolkapur, India, (70)
  • Sugar Used in Brick-making, (227)
  • Sulphur Deposits at Chatham, Ontario, (455)
  • Sulphur Fumes from Battersea Power Station, (504)
  • Sulphur Required in Soviet Union for Rubber and Paper Industries, (651)
  • Superheated Steam, J.1. Yellott, 207

SUPPLEMENTS :

  • Annual Reviews (Eight-page Supplement, January 5th, 1934)
  • Barking Power Station (Two-page Supplement, February 2nd, 1934)
  • Brimsdown " B " Power Station, 1930
  • Extension (Two-page Supplement, April 13th, 1934)
  • British Industries Fair at Birmingham (Eight page Supplements, February 16th and 23rd, 1934)
  • British Tabulating Machine Company, Ltd, Works of (Two-page Supplement, January 26th, 1934)
  • Locomotive, " Sentinel " Six -engined Steam (Two-page Supplement, June 15th, 1934)
  • Newport (Tees) Vertical Lift Bridge (Two-page Supplement, March 9th, 1934)
  • Reflecting Telescope at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich, 36in. (Two-page Supplement, May 18th, 1934)
  • THE METALLURGIST (Sixteen-page Supplement, March 2nd, 1934; April 27th, 1934; June 29th, 1934)

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  • TABULATOR, Hollerith, British Tabulating Machine Company, Ltd., 101 (Two-page Supplement, January 26th, 1934)
  • Tank System, Activated Anti-rolling, Dr. L. Rellstab, 648
  • Taps and Studs, Removing Broken, (123)
  • Tar-spraying Equipment, Lacy-Hulbert and Co., Ltd., 589
  • Taylor, William, Elected a Fellow of Royal Society, (303)
  • Technology, Scholarships Offered at Manchester University, (618)

TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY :

  • Automatic Telephones in Germany, (279)
  • Telegraph and Telephone Lines from Moscow To Khabarovsk to be Longest in World, 5600 Miles, (303)
  • Telegraphic Circuit from London to Toront .). (581)
  • Telephone Apparatus, " Autodial," (253)
  • Telephone Cable Links up Ceylon with World's Telephone System, (303)
  • Telephone Exchanges in London Area, (149)
  • Telephone per Hundred Inhabitants in New York, Chicago, and London, (377)
  • Telephone Revenue in 1932-33, British, (97)
  • Telephone System Installed by Using Barbed Wire and Old Motor Cars in South Saskatchewan, (149)
  • Telephone Wires in Saxony during Wintry Weather, (43)
  • Telephones in India, (123)
  • Telescope, Iris Diaphragm for 74in., Sir Howard Grubb, Parsons and Co., 156, 157
  • Wire Mileage of Telegraph and Telephone Services in Great Britain, (455)
  • TELEVISION Transmission Germany, (71)
  • Tellurium, Commercial Uses of, (403)
  • Temperature and Latent Energy in Manic Gases, Professor W. T. David, 558
  • Testing Machine, Precision Hydraulic, for Cape Town University, A, Macklow-Smith, 386
  • Testing Machine, 3-Ton, J. L. M. Morrison, 626
  • Testing Station for Marine Corrosive Action, at Mersea Island, (253)
  • Textile Combine in Central Asia, (123)
  • Theodolite, Tairstock, Cooke, Tronghton, and Simms, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, iii
  • Thermionic Valve, History and Development., Sir Ambrose Fleming, 36
  • Tidal Estuaries, Forecasting by Model Experiments, Professor A. H. Gibson, 397
  • Timber Exports from Canada to United Kingdom, 1933, Sawn, (253)
  • Tin, World's Consumption of, (149)
  • Tin, 1933, Consumption of, (505)
  • Tin-plate Factory in Sarnia, Ontario, (48)
  • Tin-plate Production in United States, (455)
  • Tin Research, (605)
  • Titanium Pigment Plant at Saureville, North Jersey, (655)
  • Titanium Pigments, Properties of, (529)
  • Tools, Electric Portable, S. Wolf and Co., Ltd., B.I.F., 221
  • Tools, Rotary, F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd., B.I. F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Tractor Production in Russia, (529)
  • Trade with Russia, (264)
  • Traffic Control Lights, London's, 139
  • Traffic Signals in Berlin, (555)
  • Trailer for Boulder Dam, 41-Ton, (377)
  • Tramcar Free from Vibration Built for Chicago, (605)
  • Tramcar in Italy, Tests on Light Alloy, (555)
  • Transport Drivers Awarded Medals by " Safety-First " Council, (605)
  • Transport Problem, Practical Aspects of London's, Lord Ashfield, 243
  • Transport Requirements of Industry, C. A. Lambert, 661
  • Transport Underground in London, Ministry of Transport, and London Passenger Transport Board, (629)
  • Trasenster Medal Awarded to Marchese Marconi, (275)
  • Trench Cutting Machine, Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd., 261
  • Trolleybuses and Extra Electricity for London Transport Board, (555)
  • Trolleybuses in Great Britain, (377)
  • Trolleybuses in London, (581)
  • Trolley Wire Made in Two Parts, Frederick Smith and Co., B.I.P., 223
  • Tube, Rolling 178ft. Seamless St cel, (303)
  • Tube, Sealing Open End of a, (123)
  • Tubes, Accles and Pollock, Ltd., B.1.F.Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Tubes, Cold-drawn Steel, Britannia Tube Company, Ltd., 13.1. F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Tubes for Engineering Structures, C. Watts, 449
  • Tubes for Locomotive Condensers, Copper, Earle, Bourne and Co., Ltd., B.1. F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Tubing, Electrically Welded Steel, Tube Products, Ltd., B.1.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Tunnel, Cost of First Narrows Pressure, (71)
  • Tunnel Between Cork iskle and Bransty Stations, Miners Engaged for Repairing, (403)
  • Tunnel for New York, Double Tube, Vehicular, (329)
  • Turbine, Development of Parsons Steam—see Parsons, page iv
  • Turbine, Interesting Hydraulic, English Electric Company, Ltd., 200
  • Turbine Blading, Parsons Hollow, C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd., 51
  • Turbine History, Fifty Years of Steam, 631
  • Turbine Power Station at Stein, near Nurnberg, Re-opening, (629)
  • Turbine Runners for Araptnii, N.Z., English Electric Company, Ltd., 21
  • Turbine Unit, " Simplex," Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Company, Ltd., 76, 77
  • Turbo Alternator, Breakdown of, H.NI. Chief Inspectors' Report, 359; (Leading Article, 355)
  • 'Turbo-alternator Set at Barking Power Station, 75,000-kW, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 10, 11, 14
  • Turbo-generators at Barking, 75,000-kW, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 144, 145
  • 'Turbo-generators at Barking, 75,000-kW, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 144, 145
  • Turntable Show, Moss Gear Company, Ltd., B.1. F., 223
  • Turpentine, Storage of, (353)

U

  • UNEMPLOYED in United States, (529)
  • Unemployment Figures, Improved, 243
  • Unemployment Relief in United States, (173)

V

  • VACUUM Pumps for Metal-clad Mercury-arc Rectifiers, Elimination of, (479)
  • Valve, Disc, Audley Engineering Company, Ltd., B.I.F., 223
  • Vanadium Ore from Quadra Island, (43)
  • Ventilating Equipment at Parkhead Bus Garage, Anemostat (Scotland), Ltd., 636
  • Ventilating Station on Mersey Tunnel, Contract for Last, (71)
  • Ventilation, Compound Recorder for Mine, Walker, Crossweller and Co., Ltd., 13.1. F., 195
  • Viaduct Reconstruction in Derwent Valley, (227)
  • Viaduct on Argentine State Railways, Construction of Polvorilla, (227)
  • Vibration Neutraliser for Ships, Professor C. E. Inglis, 308
  • Volcanic Steam at Larderello, Italy, (43)

W

  • WASHING Outfit for Motor Cars, Williams and James, B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Water, Control of Water Softening and Boiler Feed Water Conditioning, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 130
  • Water Main Leaks in Ottawa, (505)
  • Water Power Development in Canada, (253)

WATER SUPPLY :

  • Aqueduct, Retch Hetchy, 354, 357, 376
  • Manchester's Water Supply, 139
  • Purification of Water, (429)
  • Reservoir Project, Lakavalli, (35)
  • Water Filtration Plant at Douglas, (605)
  • Water Pollution Research Board's Annual Report, 139
  • Water Pollution Research, Dr. H. Ingleson, 299
  • Water Softening Plant at Barking, Kennicott Water Softeners, Ltd., 144, 145
  • Water Softening Plant at Prenton Waterworks, West Cheshire, United Water Softeners, Ltd., 489
  • Water Softening Plant at. St. Helens, United Water Softeners, Ltd., 489
  • Water Sterilising Plant, " Otto " Ozone, English Electric Company, Ltd., B.I. F., 221
  • Water Supplies, Pooling of, 113
  • Water Supplies, Urban, 619
  • Water Supply in Thames Reservoirs, 163
  • Water Supply of British Cochin, India, (529)
  • Water Supply for San Francisco, 354, 357, 376
  • Water Supply of Hull from Farndale Valley, Proposed, (71)
  • Water Treatment Booklet, T.C.I., Ltd., (640)
  • Water Treatment by " Chloratnine " Process, Paterson Engineering Company, Ltd., 178
  • Waterway Across Florida Peninsula, Proposed, (13)
  • Waterworks at Swindon, 587
  • WATT, James, Letter Presented to Glasgow University by W..1. Wilson, 212
  • Weaving Mills of Lille to be Destroyed to Prevent Over-production, Some, (329)
  • Weighing Machine, " Reform " Automatic, H. Simon, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v

WELDING :

  • Arc Welding, Human Factor in, W. P. Digby, 662
  • Butt Welding Machine, British Insulated Cables, Ltd., 562
  • Electric Arc Welding Under Water, N. S. Hibshman and C. D. Jensen, (13)
  • Electric Welding on New Shipbuilding Work, 243
  • Electric Welding Sets, Portable, G. D. Peters, Ltd., 438
  • Thyratron, Controlled Spot Welder, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 36 1Velded Boiler Drums and Steam Receivers, C. H. Davy, 122
  • Welded Joints in Ship Construction, Professor B. P. Haigh, 347, 351
  • Welded Steel Tubing, Electrically, Tube Products, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii
  • Welded Tender of Locomotive " Cock o' the North," (605)
  • Welder, Automatic Flash, British Electric Welding Machines, Ltd., B.I.F., 196
  • Welder for Wire, British Electric Welding Machines, Ltd., B.I.F., 196
  • Welding a. Shattered Air Compressor, (479)
  • Welding Apparatus, British Oxygen Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Welding Elektron Castings, Barimar, Ltd., (268)
  • Welding in Shipyards, 61, 87, 243, 269, 343
  • Welding of Rails, Research on, (279)
  • Welding Plant, Parsons-Murex Simple-operator, Parsons Oil Engine Company, Ltd., 463
  • Welding Steel Plant Equipment, 278
  • Wire Welder, British Electric Welding Machines, Ltd., B.1 .F., 190
  • WHALES and Caisson Sickness, (655)
  • Wing-bracing System for Tall Buildings, (403)
  • Wind Velocity, Registering, (555)
  • Wire, Fatigue Tests on Hard Drawn Steel, 424
  • Wire, Permeability of Steel, Dr. T. F. Wall, (661)
  • Wire Bend Testing Machine, Bruntons (Musselburgh), Ltd., 234
  • Wire Drawing Machine, Fine, Sir James Farmer, Norton and Co., Ltd., 287
  • Wire Drawing Machine, Whitecross Company, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, v
  • Wire Gauze for Water Cooling of Volatilisers, (655)

WIRELESS :

  • Belgrade Broadcasting Station, Rapid Dismantling and Re-erection, (299)
  • Broadcasting Station at Budapest, Vertical Radiator for, F. E. Sharp, 246
  • Broadcasting Stations in South Africa, (555)
  • Chinese Wireless Stations, 545
  • Egyptian Broadcasting, 545
  • Loudspeakers Installed at Mines (le Bruay, (149)
  • Lympne-St. Inglevert Micro-ray Link, 1 13
  • Radio Apparatus, Statistics, (353)
  • Radio Research Board's Report, 614
  • Radio Station at Blaris, Lisburn, North Ireland Regional, (97)
  • Radio Used in Construction of San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, (97)
  • Radio Used to Launch Holland Africa liner Bloemfontein," (605)
  • Swedish Broadcasting Station at Motala. Marconi Company to Reconstruct, (149)
  • Wireless Beacon at Rugby, 31
  • Wireless Station at Burghead, Site for, 495
  • Wireless Stations in Australia, Four Additional, (4:3)
  • Wireless Systems in U.S.S.R., (71)
  • WIRE Made in Two Parts, Trolley, Frederick Smith and Co., B.I.F., 223
  • Wire Mesh, G. A. Harvey and Co. (London), Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, i
  • Wood Gas for Fuel on Motor Railcar on Czechoslovakian State Railway, (149)
  • Wooden Doors as Barriers for Fire Protection, (43)
  • Wood Putty, Las-Stik Company's, (377)
  • Woodworking Machinery, Modern Woodworking Machines, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, vi
  • Woodworking Machines for Railway Coachwork, Thomas Robinson and Son, Ltd., 454, 456
  • Works Personnel Department, G. W. Tripp, 474
  • Works, Transfer of Wingets, Ltd., from 'Warwick to Rochester, 438

X

  • X-RAY Apparatus, Philips Industrial, 70
  • X-ray Crystal Analysis, Research by National Physical Laboratory, 566

Y

  • YELLOW Metal Alloy, " Kunial," Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 23.2.34, i
  • Yellow Metal for Locomotive Condensers, Earle Bourne and Co., Ltd., B.I.F. Suppt., 16.2.34, ii

Z

  • ZIG-ZAG Press, E. Kircheis, 259
  • Zinc-free Tube for Condensers, Risisto, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 13.1.141. Suppt., 16.2.34, i

A Seven Day Journal

A

  • " ADDERSTONE," Combined Marine Steam Engine for Cargo Steamer, 293
  • Admiralty Appointments, 571
  • Air Liner " Apollo," Loss of British, 1
  • Air Race, England-Australia, 139
  • Airship Services, 319
  • Anglo-Continental Ship-plate Agreement, 31
  • Anglo-French Commercial Treaty, 619
  • Anti-noise Deputation to Minister of Transport, 445
  • Apprentices, Certificates of, City of Birmingham, 189
  • " Arowear " Trials of Isherwood Arcform Steamer, 87
  • Atlantique," French Liner " L', Judgment of Seine Commercial Court, 87

B

  • BEAMA Annual Meeting, 293
  • Belgium Colliery Industry, State Control of, 571
  • Bessemer Gold Medal, 1934, 343
  • Birthday Honours, 571
  • Bridge Replacement on L.M.S. Railway, 61
  • Bridges, Strengthening Weak, 61
  • Britain's Industrial Awakening, 595
  • British Aerodromes, 243
  • British Corporation Register, 217
  • British Electrical Development. Association, Annual Luncheon Report, 319
  • British Goods and Crown Colonies, 113
  • British Industries House, 87
  • British Oil Burner Manufacturers' Association, Ltd., 217
  • British Shipping Policy, 217
  • British Trade Prospects, 1
  • Budget and the Motor Car, 393
  • Building Bricks, Manufacture of, 367

C

  • CANADIAN Railway Co-operation, 31
  • Cast Concrete and Scientific Research, 469
  • Central England Electricity Scheme, 243
  • Cheap Gas at Glasgow Rejected, 595
  • Chelsea Suspension Bridge, 217
  • Chemical Patents, 445
  • Chinese Wireless Stations, 545
  • Coal, Brighter Prospects for, 445
  • Coal Control in Belgium, State, 571
  • Coal Utilisation Council, 269
  • Coastal Shipping, 419
  • " Cock o' the North," Trials of, 645
  • Co-operation in Industry, 519
  • Corby Steel Works, 495
  • Costing and Tariffs, 445
  • Crown Colonies and British Goods, 113
  • Cruiser Contracts, 445
  • Cruiser Launehes, Two, 243
  • Cunarder, The, 139, 217. 343, 367

D

  • DAIMLER, Gottlieb, Centenary of Birth, 293
  • Destroyers for South America, 163
  • Draughtsmen's Conference in Glasgow, 343
  • Dredger for Basrah Port, Powerful Suction, 39:3

E

  • EGYPTIAN Broadcasting, 545
  • Electric Welding on New Shipbuilding Work, 61. 87, 243. 269, 343, 367, 379, 393
  • Electrical Industry, Heavy, 519
  • Electrical Research Association, 163
  • Electricity Regulations, 1
  • Euston House, Opening of, 163

F

  • FEDERATION of British Industries, 61, (67), and Taxation, 293; and Water Supplies, 393
  • Fires Aboard Ships, 87
  • Foreign Battleships, 645
  • Forth Road Bridge, Proposed, 343, 643
  • Forty•hour Week, 189, 495
  • French Air Disaster, 61, (111)
  • French Battleship, Construction of Additional, 243
  • French Import Quotas. 31
  • French Lino, Appointment to London of Mon siour Pierre do Malglaivo. 163
  • Friction, Professor E. N. da C. Andrade, 595
  • Fuel Oil Tax, Oil Engines and, 269
  • Fuel Research Station at Greenwich, 645
  • Furnaces at Stockbridge, High-frequency, 393

G

  • GALLOWAY Water Power Scheme, 545
  • Gas Charges, 571
  • Gas Industry, Presidential Address by F. P. Tarratt, 671
  • " Georges Philippar " Disaster Inquiry, 31
  • German Cable Manufacturing Industry, 243
  • German Electrical Export Trade, 163
  • German Railcar Programme, 293
  • Grampian Electricity Scheme, 87

H

  • HAIFA-BAGHDAD Railway, Proposed, 519
  • Helium rind other Rare Gases, 645
  • H.M.S. " Ajax," Launch of, 243
  • H.M.S. " Arethusa," Launch of, 243
  • H.M.S. " Fearless," Launch at Birkenhead, 495
  • H.M.S. Flotilla Leader " Exmouth," 139, (149)
  • Horne, Sir Robert, Chairman, Great Western railway, 113

I

  • IMPROVED Unemployment Figures, 1, 243, 343, 469, 545
  • Indian Power Line Contract, 31
  • Industrial Accidents, 495
  • Industrial Awakening of Britain. 595
  • Industrial Development Survey, 519
  • Industrial Property, Protection of, 445
  • Industrial Safety Committee, Teesside. 113, (123)
  • Industry, Southward Drift of, 189
  • Institute of British Foundrymen, Mr. Stubbs' Presidential Address, 595
  • I.C. Engines, Detonation in, 243
  • International Forty-hour Week, 495
  • Irrawady Bridge, 1
  • Irish Loop Railway, 87
  • Iron and Steel Duties, Permanent, 519

J

  • JAPANESE Naval Disaster, 269
  • Joy, Basil H., Retirement of, 217

K

  • KING Albert, 189
  • Kitson and Co., Ltd., 113
  • Kut Barrage, Proposed, 139; Note, (173)
  • Kut Barrage, Tenders for, 469

L

  • LAGNY Railway Disaster, 293
  • Levant Fair, 445
  • L.M.S. Road Vehicle Programme, 571
  • London's Electricity Supply, 269
  • London's Traffic Control, 293
  • London's Traffic Control Lights, 139
  • London's Transport, 243
  • London's Transport Tribunal, 545
  • London's Water Supply, 31, 61
  • Lympne-St. Inglevert Micro-ray Link, 113

M

  • MACDONALD, R. C., Retirement of, 469
  • Machine Gun, Vickers-Berthier Light, 61
  • Manchester's Electricity Supply, 619
  • Manchester's Water Supply, 139
  • Mechanical Stokers at Sea, 293
  • Mechanisation in the Army, 269
  • Motor Car, Budget and the, 393
  • Motor Repair Certificates, 595
  • Motor Ship " Incomati," 419
  • Municipal and County Engineers, 619

N

  • NATIONAL Maritime Museum, Projected, 319
  • National Physical Laboratory, 645
  • Naval and Mercantile Launches, 293
  • Naval Construction, 1934, Naval Estimates, 243
  • Naval Construction, Trend in, 139
  • Naval Guns, Monsieur Claude Ferrero, 519
  • Naval Orders, Admiralty's Announcement, 61
  • New Year Honours, 1
  • North-East Coast Institution, Presentation of Warrant of the College of Arms Granting Armorial Bearings to the Institution, 189
  • Norwegian Ship, New Type of, 645

O

  • OIL Engine, Future of High-speed, Dr. A. E. Dunston, 393
  • Oil Engine Building on Clyde, 393
  • Oil Engine Injection System, 319
  • Oil Engines and Fuel Oil Tax, 269
  • Oil in Great Britain, Petroleum (Production) Bill, 319
  • Orders for Scotland, Important, 343

P

  • PALMERS' Hebburn Yard, 519
  • Passenger Transport Inquiry, Thames, 571
  • Patents in 1933, 1
  • Physics and Science Museums, 519
  • Piston Ring and Liner Wear, 545
  • Plastics Industry, 189
  • Pooling of Water Supplies, 113
  • Port of London Authority, 343
  • Profit-sharing in 1933, 619
  • Public Works Policy, 319
  • Pumps, Hydraulically Operated Sewage, 595

R

  • RAILCARS, High-speed, 217
  • Railway Electrification Abroad, 189
  • Refrigeration Exhibition, 393
  • Reinforced Concrete Building Practice, 31: (Leading Article, Reinforced Concrete : A Code of Practice, 73)
  • Research in Industry, Conference at Institution of Civil Engineers, 319
  • Road, The, 367
  • Road Traffic Bill, 343
  • Road Transport Operating Conditions, 419
  • Road Transport Safety, 163
  • Road Vehicle Programme, L.M.S., 57 1
  • Road Vehicles, 61
  • Rubber, Transport of Liquid, 87

S

  • ST. Paul's Cathedral, 545
  • Scapa Flow, Salvage Operations at, 113
  • Science and the Nation, 217
  • Scientists in State Employment, 445
  • Scottish Industries, 469
  • Sheffield's Gas Undertaking, 269
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering Trade l'ilion,,
  • Shipbuilding Industry, 469
  • Shipbuilding on Tyne, 163
  • Shipbuilding Orders, 31, 87, 139, 189, 217
  • Ship-plate Agreement, Anglo-Continental, 31
  • Smokeless Fuel, 595
  • Southampton Graving Dock, White Star "Majestic" Docked, 87
  • Southern Railway Electrification, 61
  • Southward Drift of Industry, 189
  • Spanish Merchant Fleet, 343
  • Speeding-up Expresses on G.W.R., 419
  • Steel-framed Building Research, 495
  • Steel Makers and Re-rollers, 61
  • Steel Reorganisation Scheme, 31, 113
  • Steel Trade, Our Improved, Dr. E. L. Burgin. 595
  • Steel Trade Outlook, 319
  • Structural Welding, Modern, 319
  • Submarine Launches, Two, 469
  • Submarines, Escape from Sunken, 269
  • Suez Canal, 571

T

  • TANKER Pooling Scheme, 469
  • Target Towing Vessel " Sir Hastings Anderson,' 619
  • Tariffs, Costing and, 445
  • Television, 619
  • Television Development Inquiry, 495
  • Thames Bridges, Proposed, 445
  • Thames Conservancy Board, 367
  • Thames Passenger Transport Inquiry, 571
  • Thames Reservoirs, 163
  • Thomycroft, Tom, Retirement of, 495
  • Trade Outlook, 419
  • Trade Revival, Sir Josiah Stamp at Derby, 595
  • Train Disaster, International, 367
  • Train Exhibition, L.M.S.R., 419
  • Transport of Liquid Rubber, 87
  • Trevithick, Memorials to Richard, 419

U

  • UNEMPLOYED Figures, Improved, 1, 243, 343, 469, 545
  • Urban Water Supplies, 619

w

  • WALKER Shipyard, Re-opening of, 469
  • Wandsworth Bridge, 139
  • Waterloo Bridge, 139, 319, 367, 469, 495, 571, 645
  • Waterloo Bridge, Rebuilding of. 571
  • Waterloo Bridge and Coastal Shipping, 545
  • Water Pollution Research, 139
  • Water Supplies, F.B.I. and. 393
  • Water Supplies, Pooling of, 113
  • Water Supply Legislation, Emergency, 367
  • Water Supply of London, 31
  • Welders in -Shipyards, 189
  • Welders in Shipyards, 61, 87, 243, 269, 343, 367, 393; (Leading Article, 379)
  • " White " Combined Marine Steam Engine for Cargo Steamer " Adderstone," 293
  • Wireless Beacon, Rugby, 31
  • Wireless Station, Site near Burghead, 495
  • World Unemployment Position, 293

Y

  • YORKSHIRE Electric Power Company Report, 163

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