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The Engineer 1943 Jan-Jun: Index

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The Engineer 1943 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1943 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1943 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1943 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1943 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1943 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1943 Jan-Jun: Index.
The Engineer 1943 Jan-Jun: Index.

The Engineer 1943 Jan-Jun - View the Volumes

Note: There is an extended index at Volume 179 Index

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  • CANADIAN Industrial Alcohol Co., Ltd., Wheat for Industrial Alcohol, (82)
  • Canadian Industries, Ltd., Nylon for Paint Brushes, (338)
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, The "Silk Express," (54); Liner Construction, 497
  • Cape Town Dry Dock, 487
  • Carderock Model Basin, 36 (Supplement, January 8th, 1943)
  • Cartwright, Edmund, Bicentenary, 341
  • Chalmers, A. A. A., Retirement from Lloyd's Register, (300)
  • Chambers, W. J., Profit and Patriotism, 333
  • Chandler. F. T. Stuart, Retirement, (438)
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, "Mallet" Locomotive, 31
  • Chicago Bridge and Iron Co., Self-supporting Domed Roof, (111)
  • "Churchill" Tanks, 17 (Supplement, January 181, 1943), 103
  • "City of Paris," Historic Accidents, No. XIX, 84; (Letter, 292)
  • Clark, E. Kitson, Obituary, 332
  • Clark, F. S., F. H. Rosencrants, and W. H. Armacost, Large Forced Circulation Boiler, 356, 377
  • Clayton, J., Links in the History of the Locomotive, 247
  • Commercial Electric Refrigeration Association, 63
  • Commercial Structures, Ltd., Plastic Treatment for Porous Castings, 293
  • Common, G. O., Retirement from Lloyd's Register, (300)
  • Copernicus Quatercentenary Celebration, 419
  • Couley, J. E., The Bloating of Waste Slate, (231)
  • Couling, S. A., The Production of High-speed Helical Gears, 88, 98, 119
  • Crowther, J. G., Science in the Soviet Union, 330
  • "Curtis," U.S. Seaplane Tender, 5
  • Cuthbertson, J. W., Recent Advances in the Electro-metallurgical Industry, 451

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  • KAISER Shipyard, 35 (Supplement, January 8th, 1943)
  • Kansas Railway Signalling, (380)
  • Kariba Dam, Southern Rhodesia, (438)
  • Kavanagh, A. L., War Damage to Public Utility Undertakings, 154
  • Keighley Grinders (Machine Tools), Ltd., Newall Plain Grinding Machine, 426
  • Kelvin Lecture, Mechanical Integration in Electrical Problems, D. R. Hartree, 361
  • Kingsley Dam, Nebraska, 45
  • Kirkpatrick, G. L., Obituary, 43
  • Klockner Humboldt Deutz A.G., High-power Light Oil Engine, 73
  • Knight, B. H., South African Chair of Highway Engineering, (320)
  • Knight, R. L., Review of Basic Open-hearth Practice at an Australian Plant, 404
  • Knutsford Motors, Ltd., Yates Mole Trencher, 421
  • Kodak Ltd., School of Industrial and Engineering Radiography, 51

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  • "LAFAYETTE", Salvage of, (400)
  • Laghouart Escape Tunnel, R. C. Brickell, 445
  • La Mont Boiler, F. H. Rosencrants, F. S. Clark, and W. H. Armacost, 356, 377
  • Land, E. S., American Shipbuilding, 116
  • Langley Aeroplane of 1903, C. G. Abbot, 31
  • Laurie, K. S., Some Textile Finishing Machines, 170, 176, 198, 218
  • Le Maistre, C., Wartime Standardisation, 97
  • Lea, F. C., Elected President, I. Mech. E., 169
  • Lemon, Sir Ernest, Retirement from L.M.S., 151
  • Lever Brothers and Unilever, Ltd., The Problem of Unemployment, 90; (Leading Article, 92)
  • Limaye, V. D., Timber for Constructional Work, (229)
  • Linters Ltd., " Resilitex," 159, (467)
  • Liverpool's Early Ships, A. C. Wardle, 278
  • Lloyd, F. H. M., Time and the Production of Mechanisms, 392
  • Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, Aircraft Tooling with Plastics, 127
  • London, Midland and Scottish Railway. Wagon Repairs, (22); Euston and Birmingham Trains, (42); Anti-gas Vehicles, (102); Welding Cast Iron Axle-boxes, 118; Salvage of Used Rail Tickets, (122); Sir Ernest Lemon's Retirement, 151; Freight Engine Hours, (161); Coal Saving, (162); Salvage Campaign, (182); Herbert Jackson Prize, (182); Annual Meeting, 203; Locomotive " No. 20,002," (242); Reclamation of Worn Parts of Road Motor Vehicles, 255; Repair of Broken Drill, 293; " Coasting " Electric Trains, (320); Closed Stations, (366); Concrete Sleeper Blocks, (438); Record Non-stop Run, (458); Out-of-Gauge Loads, (476); War Traffic, (496)
  • London and North Eastern Railway Loud speakers at Stations, (22); 4-6-0 Mixed Traffic Engine, 59; Appointments, (102), (458); Annual Meeting, 203: New Locomotive Depot, 315; An Air Raid Incident.," 476
  • Lowe-Brown, W. L., An Introduction to Soil Mechanics, 104, 124, 144
  • Lowe Gray Lecture, Some Types of Propelling Machinery Available to Shipowners. C. C. Pounder, 48, 77
  • Lumsden Machine Co., Ltd., Pipo Flange Grinding Machine, 217

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  • OAKES, E. C., Some Ancient Waterworks, 316
  • Oberbasli Hydro-electric Power Scheme, 46, 187, 208, 226, 245, 264, 287, 305
  • Oerlikon, Ltd., Swiss Manufacturers and German War Material, 95
  • O'Neill, H., Tensile Properties of Metals, 50:3
  • Oregon Shipbuilding Co., Tanker Launch, (162)

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  • WADDON Train Accident Report, Southern Railway, 103
  • Walker, C. H., Crystallography for Routine Analysis, 492
  • Wardle, A. C., Liverpool's Early Ships, 278
  • Warner, E., Post-war Aviation (Wilbur Wright Lecture), 506
  • Waterloo Bridge, London, 26 (Supplement, January 8th, 1943)
  • Wates, Leslie, Profit in Industry, 401
  • Watson, Sir D. Milne-Gas: Its Place in the National Fuel Economy, 10
  • Watson, F. L., Engineering Education, 53, 95; Profit and Patriotism, 392
  • Watson Tile Drainer, Kennedy and Kempe, Ltd., 421
  • Watt International Medal. Award to A. G. M. Mitchell. 03
  • Watts, E. R., and Son, Ltd., Optical Bevel Protractor, 138
  • Western Avenue, Completion, 35
  • Westinghouse Research Laboratories, Tin Ore Concentrates, (53); Electro-static Separation of Tin, (131)
  • Whitehead and Staff Ltd., Bonus for Indirect Workers, 212; (Letter, 253)
  • Whitlock Brothers, Ltd., The Manarson Delver, 420
  • Wilbur Wright Lecture; E. Warner, 506
  • Williams, Hal, Obituary, 153
  • Willow Run Aircraft Factory, Tractor-Trailers for Transporting Bombers, 60
  • Wilson, J. L., Obituary, 332
  • "Wollongong," H.M. Australian Sloop, 4
  • "Wolverine", U.S. Instructional Aircraft Carrier, 47
  • Woodburn, A., Profit. and Patriotism, 13; (Letters, 33, 53, 75, 215, 233, 253, 291, 314, 333, 351. 392)
  • Wrinch, E. P., Obituary, (111)

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  • YATES Mole Trencher, Knutsford Motors, Ltd., 421

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