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The Engineer 1941 Jul-Dec: Index

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The Engineer 1941 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jul-Dec: Index.
The Engineer 1941 Jul-Dec: Index.

The Engineer 1941 Jul-Dec - View the Volumes

Note: There is an extended index at Volume 172 Index

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  • FALUN, Swedish Copper Mining Town, Three-hundredth Anniversary. (444)
  • Farmer Norton, Sir James, and Co., Ltd., Centreless Bar Turning and Straightening Machines, 261
  • Federation of British Industries, Grand Council Meeting, 247
  • Fenchurch Street Station Centenary. 89
  • Fontana Hydro-electric Project, North Carolina, (126)
  • Ford, Henry, Plastic Motor-car, (192)
  • Ford Motor Co., Plant for Consolidated 13.24 Liberators, (64); Welded Pipe Piles at Dearborn Factory, (192); New Aero-engine Works. 353
  • Ford Motor Co. of Canada, Ltd., New Foundry, (462)
  • Fortuna Power Stations, 117
  • Forward, E. A.. Links in the History of the Locomotive (Early Stephenson Locomotives), 230. 248; (Letters, 275, 295. 321)
  • Fraser. Sir William, Chairman, Anglo-Iranian Oil Co., Ltd., 1
  • Friant Darn. California, Gold from Excavation, (246). (444)

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  • JAIPUR State Railway, Annual Report, (176)
  • Jeffrey. C. S., Tay Bridge Disaster, 436
  • Johannesburg Post-war Schemes. 442
  • Johnson, C. L., The Design of High-speed Military Airplanes. 392, 420, 432
  • Jones, Captain O. P. Atlantic Air Record with "Liberator." 385

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  • LANDSBOROUGH Findlay (S.A.) Pty., Ltd., Oil Engine Driven Locomotives, (404)
  • La Tuque Hydro-electric Development, Canada, 3, 20
  • Lee, W. A., Rising Coal Output. 171
  • Lemm, W., Lemmite as a Steel Hardener. (140)
  • Lessels, J. M., Louis E. Levy Medal Award. 1
  • Lister. R. A., and Co.. Ltd., Cockshutt Four-furrow Plough, 460
  • Livesay, E. H. Beyer-Garratt Locomotive Experience. 210; (Letter, 275); Canadian Locomotive Experiences, No. VII. Four-coupled Engines on Secondary Services. C.P.R.. 50; No. VIII, "The Chinook," C.P.R., 346; No. IX, Montreal to Ottawa Express, C.P.R., 366; No. X. Montreal and Toronto "Pool" Services, 386; Locomotive Wheel Notation. 356; Tandem Rods on Locomotives, 412
  • Lloyd, S. C., Obituary. (373)
  • Lloyd's Register of Shipping. American Committee, 33
  • London Area Clearing Centres, 81
  • London and Brighton Railway, Centenary, 193
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway. Salvage, (8); Women Workers, (32); Fenchurch Street Station Centenary. 89 Appointments, (126). (264); Holmes Chapel Collision, 177; Troop Trains. (208); Road Activities, 224; 40-Ton Electro-magnet, 341; Trains for Factory Workers, (344); Reduction in Thickness of Tickets, (404): Paper Salvage, (444)
  • London and North Eastern Railway. Leman Street and Shadwell Stations Closed. (16); Train Fire Report. 28; Appointments, (32). 97; Medal for Employees, (48); W. Y. Sandeman's Appointment. 97; Electric. I Engineer's Department, (119); Blizzard Damage, 176; Manchester and Altrincham Electric Trains, (228); Electric Locomotive Tests, 229, 332; 2-8-0 Freight Locomotives for Overseas Service, 402; 'Utilising Water Softening Sludge, (462);
  • London Passenger Transport Board, Winter Plans, 209; Two Cars Made Into One, (293) Lorraine Bridge, Berne, (384)
  • Lyman, A. K. B., Compaction of Cohesionless Foundation Soil by Explosives. 45
  • Lysaght, S. R., Obituary, (142)

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  • QUEBEC Bridge, The First ( Historic Accidents), 267, 288. 306
  • Quebec Bridge, The Second (Historic Accidents), 406

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  • RAMEY, W. G., Telecommunications of the Future, 300
  • Rainbow Bridge. Niagara Falls. 259. 349, 377
  • Rainford, H.. Flameproof Enclosure of Electrical Apparatus, 312
  • Ranney, L., The Recovery of Natural Gas from Coal, 78; (Letter, 106)
  • Rapid Magnetting Co., Ltd., Magnetic. Percolator, 451
  • Reed, Brian The Railway Oil Engine, 154
  • Reid, G. Ure, Visual Experimentation with Centrifugal Pumps. 395
  • Reith. Lord. Post-war Reconstruction. 79
  • Research Enterprises Ltd. Optical Glass Manufacture, (142)
  • Rheinisch - Westfalisches Elektricitatswerk A.G., R.A.F. Targets, 117
  • Riley, D. P., Younger Scientists, 238
  • Rissik, H. The Coming Crisis in Electrical Power Transmission, 27; Probability Theory and Mental Capacity, 170; Probability Graph Paper and its Engineering Applications, 276, 296
  • Ritter. E. A. Plant for Wattle Wood Pulp. (382)
  • "Robin Loeksley," American Robin Line Cargo Ship. (112)
  • Robinson. I. V., Peace Aims, 169. 355, 375
  • Rodgers, J. D., Steel v. Copper Fireboxes, 43
  • Roebling Centenary. (364)
  • Rothensee Ship Lift. Magdeburg, 438
  • Ruston and Hornsby Ltd., The Akroyd Stuart Engine. 73

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  • VAAL Generating Station Undertaking, 3.12
  • "Valentine" Infantry Tank, 28
  • Valleeito Dam. Colorado. Completion. (364)
  • Vancouver Dry Dock, (16)
  • van der Horst, H. Chromium Plating of Cylinders. 123
  • Vauxhall Motors. Ltd., Producer Gas Vehicles. (64)
  • Vickery, J. F., Locomotive Wheel Notation, 396
  • Victorian Government Railways, New 4-8-1 Locomotives. (96)
  • Vivian. A. C. A Request for Fatigue Information. 356
  • Volterra, E., Elastic Dislocations, 238
  • Vowles, H. P., Peace Aims. 220; Water Power Resources, 238

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