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  • EAST PERTH Power Station, Australia, 85, (125), (196)
  • Eastern, J., and T. J. Hamilton, Rotary Machine for Propelling a Ship, 1835. 238
  • Ebbw Vale Works, Richard Thomas and Co., Ltd., 525. 532. 556, 588 (Letter, 596)
  • Eckert mid Ziegler. G.m.b.H., Automatic Injection Moulding Machine, 474
  • Edison Swan Electric Co., Ltd., Collection of Historic Lamps, (18), (531), (769)
  • Edwards, C. A., H. N. Jones, and B. Walters. Strain Age Hardening, 625
  • Edwards. W., and Co., Portable Vacuum and Pressure Pump, 805
  • Egerton, A. C., D. M. Newitt, and S. Ruhemann, Liquid Methane as a Source of Power. 682
  • Eichelberg, G., Some New Investigations on Old Combustion Engine Problems, 173
  • Einthoven String Galvanometer, Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., 17
  • Elder Dempster Lines, Ltd., Mr. W. L. Robinson Appointed Superintendent Engineer, 695
  • Electric Construction Co., Ltd., Multiple-voltage Generating Sets,:322
  • Electric Furnace Co., Ltd., Efco-Heroult Furnace at Davy and United Roll Foundry. 241
  • Elliott Brothers (London) Ltd., Shotter-Elliott Peak Comparator. and C02 and Oxygen Meter, 18; Temperature Recording Apparatus for Meadowside Granary, Glasgow. 193; Direct-reading Humidity Meter, 467
  • Ellison Insulations, Ltd., Tufnol Products. 118; Taper Synthetic Tubes, (79:3)
  • Ellor, J. E., and F. M. Owner, Fuel Injection for Aero-engines. (407)
  • Elsden, O., Investigation of the Outer Approach Channels to the Port of Rangoon by metric of a Tidal Model. 503
  • Emerson, A., Special Trials of the " Beacon Grange," (249); Bow Wave and Resistance, 465
  • Engineering. Editorial Changes, (285)
  • Engineering Public Relations Committee. Report. 519
  • Engineers' Guild, 21. 235, 252, 595; Annual Meeting, 677
  • English Electric Co. Ltd., 400 B.H.P. Oil-electric Train for Ceylon, 14 (Supplement. .January 6th, 19:39); Locomotive for Brazil. 14; 30,000-kW Turbo-generator Set for Blackburn Meadows, 32 (Supplement, January 6th, 1939); Switchgear Work in 1938. 34: Rolling Mill Drives. 65; Electric Winders. 66; Air Circuit Breakers and Metal- clad Horizontal Draw-out Switchgear, 245; Small Transformers, 288; Six-cylinder Oil Engines for Motorship " Vecta," 404; Equipment for Ebbw Vale Works. 589
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., World's Heaviest Ingot. Mould, 540
  • Erren, R. A., New Injection System for Gas Engines, 468
  • Escher, F., Port. Kembla Steel Works, 585
  • Escher-Wyss. Ltd., Steam Circulating Pumps at Brimsdown "A" Power Station. (144. 650
  • Esla Viaduct. Spain. 7
  • Ettrick, William, Wheel Engine, 1831, 396
  • Evans. J. T., Inland Transport, and Defence. 596
  • Evans. U. R., and S. C. Britton, Corrosion Tests on Protected Steel. (531)
  • Evans. U. R., and R. S. Thornhill. Protection of Steel Surfaces. (:31:3)
  • Eve Bi-rotor Machines, 1825. 580
  • Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., Ltd., Earth Leakage Indicators and Recorders, 90; Colliery Winding Cage Speed Recorder, 91
  • Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Megger Paint Tester, and Bridge Meg Testing Set, 17
  • Ewing Medal Awarded to Professor A. H. Gibson, (249). 549

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  • GALLAHUE Rotary Engine, 1874, 669
  • Galloway, Elijah, Rotary Engine, 238
  • Galloway Paracyclic Machine, 1846, 612
  • Galveston, Texas, New Causeway, 210
  • Galway Harbour Development, 706
  • Ganz and Co., Railcars of 1938, 53
  • Garcke, S. E., Comfort in Travel (by Road). 357; (Leading Article, 347)
  • Gatineau Power Co.'s Hydro-electric Plant, (407)
  • Gaye, F., Road Safety, Hooded Kerbside Lights, 406 4;.11.
  • G.B. Equipments. Ltd., B H " Harmonic " G.2 Sound Head, (632)
  • Gebbie, Sir Frederick, Obituary, 363
  • Gedye, N. G., Diving and Work under Compressed Air. Suppt., 19.5.39. viii
  • Gee, Philip, 100 Questions and Answers About Coal, (19)
  • General Aircraft. Ltd., " Cygnet ' All-metal Light Monoplane, 10 (Supplement, January 6th, 1939)
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Turbo-alternator Work in 1938, 32; Switchgear Work in 1938, 33; Measurement of Magnetic Field Strengths, and Multi-range Photo-electric Potentiometer, 117; 132-kV Oil-immersed Reactors. 133; Trolleybus Sub-stations. 215; Metal-clad " Subgear," Illuminator for Film Studios. and Street Lighting Lanterns, 275; Uni-directional Street Lighting. 444; Electrical Equipment at Ebbw Vale Works, 556; Modern Electric Street Lighting Practice, 806
  • General Electric Co. of America, Turbo-electric Locomotive, Union Pacific Railroad. '286: Hydrogen-cooled Turbo-generators, 541
  • General Post Office, Equipment for Scanning Letters, 772
  • General Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., Thames Passenger Vessel " Royal Daffodil," (155). 647
  • Genissiat Dam, Rhone, 30, 61, 577
  • Gent and Co., Ltd., Electric Clocks and Liquid Level Recorder, 276
  • Gibb, R. F., President of Chamber of Shipping. (155)
  • Gibbons, F., Gas Engines for Marine Purposes, 513
  • Gibson, A. H., Ewing Medal Award. (249), 549
  • Gilbert, J. D., Retirement from P.L.A., (679)
  • Gilbertsville Dam, Tennessee Valley Authority, (797)
  • Gillett and Johnston, Ltd., English Carillon for San Francisco. 512
  • Glanville, W. H., Appointed Director of Road Research, 425
  • Glen Line, Ltd., Motorships " Glenearn " and " Glenroy," 62
  • Glen and Ross, The " Rota " Engine. 1889, 457
  • Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., Emergency Repairs to Water Mains, 354
  • Glossop, R., and H. J. B. Harding, Recent Applications of the Ground Water Lowering Process, 528; Modern Processes the Support of Excavations, Suppe., 19.5.39, xxii
  • Godfrey, Sir G., and Partners, Ltd., Blowers and Exhausters for Industrial Application 444
  • Goldschmidt, Haklo and Co., Heussy "Portland" Pump, 1882. 582
  • Goodall, Sir S. V., H.M.S. " Ark Royal," 416, 434
  • Goodchild, Sir William, Scottish, Industries, 267
  • Goodwin, Barsby and Co., Ltd., Portable Conveyor with Adjustable Head, Suppt., 19.5.39, xxix
  • Gorton Machine, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 684
  • Gouge, A., Musick Memorial Trophy Award, (249), (679)
  • Gough, H. J., O. A. Tomlinson, and P. L. Thorpe, The Fretting Corrosion of Closely Fitting Surfaces, 323,:124, 355; (Leading Article, 315)
  • Gould, H. R., Floors for Industrial Purposes, 248
  • Graham and Dixon, Rotary Engine, 1870, 610
  • Grand Coulee Power Project, 31
  • Grangemouth Airport, 173, (187), (621)
  • Gray, Thomas, Memorial Trust, (5:31), (709)
  • Great Southern Railway. Eire, New 4-6-0 Locomotives, (500)
  • Great Western Railway, " Manor " Class Locomotives, 12; Rolling Stock of 1938, (19); New Birmingham Hotel, (313); Tank Locomotive Reconstruction, (406); Training School for Motor Drivers, (561); Electrification Proposals, 637; Shock - absorbing wagons, (649); Summer Service, (718); All-electric Signal-box at Paddington, (739); Motley Station Closed, (769)
  • Greenly, J. H. M. Re-elected President, Institute of Fuel, (769)
  • Greenock Harbour Improvements, (125) Greenwood, J. N., and H. K. Worner, Creep of Lead, 352
  • Greindl Rotary Pump. 1878, 581
  • Griffin and Tatlock, Ltd., Metallurgical Mounting Press, 56
  • Grogan, J. D., and R. J. Pleasance, Corrosion of Aluminium Alloys, 385
  • Grund, E., Recent Development of 'Machine 'fool Construction. (93)
  • Guenalt, K. M., and H. Lloyd, Recording Micro-photometer, 92
  • Guntersville Dam, Tennessee Valley, Spillway Gates, 478

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  • Jackson, H. Stonewall, Obituary, (92)
  • Jamieson, J., and W. J. Skilling, Coals in Storage, (407)
  • Japp, Sir Henry, Obituary. 472
  • Jefferson, R. A., and M., Rotary Engine. 1800. 207
  • Jenkins, Sir Walter. Industry in War Time. 809
  • Jennings, Dimensionless Characteristics of Fans and Centrifugal Pumps. 123, 614. 773; Efficiency Formulae for Model and Full-scale Pumps, 307
  • Johansson. E., and H. G. Hammer, Marine Combustion Engines with Pneumatic Power Transmission, 597
  • Johnson, Baker's Blower, 1873, 207
  • Johnson Hi-rotor Machine, 1890, 582
  • Johnson. Wm., and Sons (Leeds), Ltd., Briquetting Press for Cast Iron Swarf. 570
  • Jones, E. H. (Machine Tools). Ltd., Self-contained Dust Extractor, 276
  • Jones, H. N., C. A. Edwards, and B. Walters. Strain Age Hardening, 625
  • Jones. H. Spencer, Artificial Lighting and tli Royal Observatory. 393
  • Jones, J., and A. Shirreff, Rotary Machine. 1856, 366
  • Jones, T. C., and CO., Ltd., Mobile Petrol Engine Driven Crane, Suppt., 19.5.39. xxvii
  • Journet "Concealed Reciprocator." 1842. 6111
  • Justice "Abutment" Engine, 1866, 580

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  • LAIDLAW and Thompson, Rotary Pump and Exhauster, 1868, 581
  • Lamb, H. C., Presidential Address. I.M.E.A. 699 (Leading Article, 741)
  • Lamb, J., Excentric Engines. 1842. 238
  • Lamport and Holt Line, Ltd., Foreign Shipbuilding Competition. (345)
  • Lancashire Electric Light and Power Co., Annual Meeting. 267
  • La Que., F. L., Measurement. of Metallic Corrosion, (501)
  • Larssen Sheet Steel Piling, British Steel Piling Co., Ltd., Suppt., 19.5.39, v
  • Latin, A., The Influence of Fluxes on the Spreading Power of Tin Solders on Copper, (249)
  • Latta, J., and W. R. Hall, Coal e. Oil in the Navy, 441
  • Laurence Scott and Electromotors, Ltd., " KS " Electric Welding Sets, 382; Improved A.('. Motors, 412
  • Lawrence, A. Lyndon, Obituary, (711)
  • Lawrence, Lorenzo B., Wheel Engine, 1879, 3911 Lawson Beck, Cart ridge Fumes, 415
  • Lea, F. M., and R. Fitzmaurice, Floors for Industrial Purposes, (159), 197; (Letters, 248, 285)
  • Leatherhead By-pass, (797)
  • Lee Valley Flood Relief Scheme, (57)
  • Lefeaux, E., Obituary. (374)
  • Legget, R. F., The Engineer and the Community, 540; (Leading Article, 533) (Letter. 595)
  • Leipzig International Fair, 308. 342, 372, 442. 474
  • Leland Instruments, Ltd., Ballantine Sensitive Electronic Voltmeter, 117
  • Lemielle Ventilator, 1853, 365
  • Lennox, E. C., Street Lighting Lamps, (125)
  • Leslie, R., Obituary, (19)
  • Le Tourneau, R. G., Co., Inc., Mobile Crane and Caterpillar Tractor, Suppt., 19.5.39, xxvii; " Carryall " Scraper, xxxi
  • Leupold's Rotary Engines, 44.:394
  • Levetus, F. B., Rotary Engines and Pumps. 307
  • Levin, L., Experiments with a Scale Model of the Edouard Herriot Dock at Lyon. 490
  • Levinstein, H., National Planning for Industry 205
  • Lewis. C. W., Modern Research in the Problem, of Flight (Wilbur Wright Lecture), 743; (Leading Article, 741)
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., Articulated 750 B.H.P. Oil-engined Train for L.NLS., 13 (Supplement, January fith, 1939); Railcars of 1938. 50
  • Lidgerwood Rotary Engine, 1840, 669
  • Liege Water Exhibition and the Albert Canal. 637
  • Lind, Peter, and Co., Ltd., Waterloo Bridge, 5 (Supplement. January 6th, 1939)
  • Liverpool Port Improvements, (797)
  • Livesay, E. H., North American and English Locomotive Experiences. 272, 302, 336, 396, 427. 457, 522; (Letters, 307, 344, 505, 534, 564. 596, 619. 646, 705)
  • Ljungstrom Turbo-generator Sets at Brighton. Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., 615. 622
  • "Llandovery Castle" Union Castle Liner, Oil Firing. (591). 627
  • Llanelly Associated Tin-plate Companies, Ltd., Merger. (469)
  • Lloyd, H., and E. M. Guenault, Recording Micro-photometer, 92
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Summary. 159; Marine Engineering Scholarship, (248), (326); Quarter's Shipbuilding Returns, 138, 482; Wreck Returns, (281); Appointments, (797)
  • Lobnitz and Co., Ltd., Suction Dredger Bleshok," Suppt., 19.5.39. xiv; Non-propelling Dredger " Stewart Clan," xix Dipper Dredger and Rock-breakers, Sappr., 19.5.39. xxi
  • Lochaber Power Scheme, British Aluminium Co., Ltd., 29
  • Lockheed Hydraulic Brake Co., Booster for Hydraulic Brakes and Other Mechanisms, 686
  • Loeffler Boiler Installation at Brimsdown "A" Power Station, Mitchell Engineering, Ltd., 643, 650, 674
  • Loewe-Gesfurel Sliding Surfacing, and Screw-cutting Lathe, and Electrically controlled Milling Machine, 373
  • Londex, Ltd., Liquid Level Controller, 56 London County Council, Western Pumping Station, 369; New Water Mains and Pumping Stations, 785, (797)
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway Princess Coronation " 4-0-2 Class Engines. 12; Articulated 750 B.H.P. Leyland Oil-engined Train, 13 (Supplement January 6th. 1939); New Turntables. (19); " Coronation Scot " American Tour, 41, (93); Elderslie Station Accident Report. (57); Electrification Progress in 1938, 83; Wishaw South Station Accident Report. (217): Preston Signalling Scheme. (249); S•oberoes Junction, Glasgow. Collision, (281); Dock Improvements. (345); More " Coronation " Engines, (375); Oil-engined Train Services, (375); Northampton Improvements, (375); Herbert Jackson Prize Award. (407); Bridge Reconstruction Work. (407); Spring Timetable, (437); Steamer Services, (437) Three-car Oil-engined Unit in Service, (469); " Princess Victoria " for Larne-Stranraer Route, (501). (769); Appointments. (501), (7:39); Derby Station Improvements, (531); Stations to be Closed, (540); Freight Train Acceleration. (561): Tut-Mead Improvements. (591); Staff Transfer to h.rbN-. (600); Chester Station Alterations, (621); Birmingham Improvements (649); Crewe Suspension Bridge to he Demolished. (649); Centenaries, (679); New " City " Engines. (708); Tot on Sidings, Coto Rug by Signalling. (769); Summer Time-table. (769): Observation Cars. (780);
  • London and North Eastern Railway. " Green Arrow " 2 6-2 Locomotives.: " Flying Scotsman " and " Hook Continental " 12; York Station Collision Report, (19); Sleeper Drilling Machines. (125); Retirement of Sir Ralph Wedgwood. 143; at Hatfield, (155); 1Vagon Unload., for Sheffield, (155); Push anti Pull Trains. (187); Mr. H. H. Mauldin's Appointment. (249); Rolling Stock for Electrified Lines, (384); Appointments. (501); Approach Light Signals. (591); Colchester Improvements. (649); Resignalling for Tube Stir vices. (649); Darlington Collision arm Witham Derailment, (679); Carriage Works. (709); Hilgay Accident. 718
  • London Passenger Transport Board. Activities in 1938. (19)
  • Lorant and Co., Ltd., Cup-, heel Grinding Machine, 306
  • Louis, Henry, Obituary. 284
  • Lovett, W. H., Obituary, (155)
  • Luckcock, J., and J. Broomfield, Rotary Piston Designs in the Nineteenth Century, 175

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  • OAKLEY, S., Cutting Glass Tubes, (591)
  • O'Driscoll, F., Obituary, 41
  • Ohio River Cantilever Bridge, 202
  • Olding, Jack, and Co., Ltd., Le Tourneau Mobile Crane and Caterpillar Tractor, Stepp. 19.5.39, xxvii; Tourneau " Carryall " Scraper and La Plante-Choate Angledrizer, Suppe., 19.5.39, xxxi
  • Oliver, R. K., Fuel for Road Vehicles, 534
  • Ontario Power Plant, Reconditioning, 350
  • Oram, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir H. J. Obituary. 594
  • Orr, W. H., Drives for Paper-making Nadine,, 242. 260
  • Ottawa Science Laboratories, 690
  • Otto Beit Suspension Bridge, Zambesi River, Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., 8, 637, (679)
  • Owner, F. M., and J. E. Eller, Fuel Injection for Aero-engines, (407)

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  • TAMPA, U.S.A., Esplanade mid Sea Wall. 688
  • Tancarville Bridge over the Seine, 141, 297, 755
  • Tangyes, Ltd., De-watering Pumps, Suppr. 19.5.39, xxxiv
  • Taylor and Challen, Ltd, Armature Notching Press, and 60 Ton Open Front. Press. 222
  • Taylor, J. Lockwood. Steam Power in the Air, 742
  • Taylor. T., Obituary. (187)
  • Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd, Pantograph Mill ink; and Die-sinking Machine, 684
  • Telfer, E. V., and W. C. Devereux, Light, Alloy Ship Construction, 479. 497
  • Tennessee Valley Power Scheme. 31
  • Tennyson. C., The E.H.P. of Atlantic Liners. 466
  • Thames Barrage Scheme. 29, 35
  • Thames Conservancy Board, Effects of Rain and Snow in the Thames Area. 41 Flooding in Thames Valley. 205
  • Thames Embankment Scheme. 393
  • "Thetis," H.M. Submarine. Loss of. 7117, 727, 785; (Leading Article. 711)
  • Thiel, Gebr., G.m.b.H., Filing and Sawing Machine, 443
  • Tholl, W. B., Petroleum Research, 1-37
  • Thomas, Richard, and Co., Ltd., Ebbw Vale Works, 525, 532, 556. 588; (Letter. 596)
  • Thompson. W. B., North American Locomotive Experiences. 307, 535
  • Thomson Differential Engine. 1563. 456
  • Thornhill. R. S., and U. B. Evans, Protection of Steel Surfaces. (313)
  • Thornton, W. M., Appointed Chairman of Electricity in Mines Committee, (621)
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd., Twin-screw Motor Lighter for the Zambesi, 124: High-speed Naval Launches, (281) Southampton and Isle of Wight Motorship " Vecta," 404; New Motor Torpedo Boat. 41l;; H.M. Destroyer " Kimberley," (709)
  • Thorpe. P. L., G. A. Tomlinson, and R. J. Gough. The Fretting Corrosion of Closely Fitting Surfaces,:323. 324, 355; (Leading Article. 315)
  • Thousand Islands Bridge, St. Lawrence River, A (Supplement, January 6th. 1939)
  • Thwaites and Carbutt, Roots Machines, 550
  • Tilling-Stevens. Ltd., Battery-charging Sets for the Post. Office, 657
  • Timber Engineering Company. " Connector " Joints for Heavy Timber construction. 774
  • Tomlinson. G. A., P. L. Thorpe, and H. J. Gough, The Fretting Corrosion of Closely Fitting Surfaces, 323, 324, 355 (Leading Article. 315)
  • Tower, Beauchamp, Universal Joint Engine. 1879, 668
  • Tower, W. S., Drop in American Steel Prod's,. Lion. (125)
  • Towler Brothers (Patents). Ltd., High-pressure Coolant Pump. 718. (793)
  • Travancore Hydro-electric Developments. 755
  • Travers, W. Electro-plating or Aluminium, (649)
  • Triplex Safety Glass Co., Ltd, Staggered Paydays. 473
  • Tripp. G. W., The Study of Waste, 146
  • Tromp Heavy Liquor Process of Coal Cleaning. 689
  • Troost, L., New Dutch Ship Tank. (249)
  • Trotter Excentric Rotary Engine. 1805. 237
  • Tube Patents, Ltd., "Crownwall" Pipe Coupling, 716
  • Turbine Gears Ltd., Large Gear Unit for Cement Mill, 353
  • Turner Rotary Piston Designs in the Nineteenth Century, 174
  • Turner. T. H., Steel Rails. (531)
  • Twyman, F., Spectrography in the Non-ferrous Metallurgical Industry. 387: (Leading Article, 409)
  • Tyne Dock Improvements. (19). 267, (313)
  • Tyne Improvement. Commission Diving Bell. Siebe, Gorman and Co., Ltd., Suppe., 19.5.39, xi

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  • ULLSWATER, Pollution of, 579, (649)
  • Union Pacific Railroad, New 4000 H.P. Oil-Electric Locomotive, (19); 5000 H.P. Steam-electric Locomotive, 262, 286
  • United States Maritime Commission, New Cargo Ships. (769)
  • Universal Oil Products Co., Catalytic Cracking Process, (345)

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  • ZEEBRUGGE Raid and THE ENGINEER, T. Walley,:181
  • Zeiss Ikon, The Piezo-electric Indicator. 152
  • Zvegintzov, M., international Trade, 252


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