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The Engineer 1931/07/31

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Main Subjects

  • Behaviour of Steel at High Temperatures p.115
  • British Patent Specifications p.131
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels p.130
  • Editorial p.121
    • Geophysics
    • Flue Gases in Furnaces
  • French Engineering Notes p.131
  • Geophysics. Illustrated. p.112
  • Launches and Trial Trips p.129
  • Lobito Bay Railway p.118
  • Oil Engine Compressor Unit. Illustrated. p.124
  • Paris Colonial Exhibition. Illustrated. p.120 and p.127
  • Railway and Road Matters p.119
  • Seven-Day Journal p.109
    • The 'British Exhibitor' - Cammell Laird and Co
    • The National gas Council and the Railway Electrification Scheme
    • Dock and Harbour Dues
    • Charing Cross Bridge
    • Bartley Reservoir Report
    • The New N.G.I. Liner 'Rex'
    • Costs in the Shipbuilding Industry
    • The Nile Waters
    • The King's Cup Air Race
    • Profit Sharing in 1930
  • Sixty Years Ago p.123
  • Trial Results of Exhaust Turbine Installation on SS Kingswood. p.127
  • Wreck Statistics for 1930. p.127

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