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Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1907 Jul-Dec: Index

  • Aberdeen Harbour, 831 ; Floating Dock at, 831 • Granite. 180,188, 217
  • Abrasive Materials for Grinding, 069

Accidents. Railway:

  • Collision at West Hampstead, 690
  • Derailment at Shrewsbury, 630, 655, 680
  • Locomotive Boiler Explosion, Hull and Barnsley Railway, 783
  • Manuel Station, Report, 651
  • Safety of Railways in Different Countries, 2,0
  • United Stales Railway Accidents, 080
  • Accident at Barnsley Colliery, 748
  • Accident at Blackfriars Bridge, 838
  • Accidents to Torpedo-Boat Destroyers, 215
  • Accident Compensation. See Workmen's Com-
  • in-Million and Legal,
  • Accidents in Cotton-Mills, Prevention of, 192, 200 „ „ . ,
  • Accident at the Launch of the ‘ I rincipessa
  • .lolanda,” 602, 814
  • Accident to Quebec Bridge, 220, 301, 371, 391,
  • 401, 423, 467, 470, 815. For Details see Quebec
  • Bridge in ILM HTRATKD INUKX
  • Accumulators. See Fleet ric
  • Acts of Parliament. Sec Parliament and Legal
  • Adding and Typewriting Machine, The Elliot-* Fisher, 867 .
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Address
  • Admiralty Policy. See Engineers, Naval, and * Warships
  • Aerial Wire Ropeway for Conveying Coal, 662
  • Aerial Wire Ropeways Used on Shipbuilding Berths, 181, 378
  • Aeronautics, Treatise on, 321 ,
  • Aeroplanes and Cellular Kites, 110. See Flying
  • “AITonso Penna,” Dredger (Fleming and Ferguson, 654)
  • Africa. Bee South Africa
  • •• Agamemnon,” ILM. Battleship, William Beardmore and Co., 341. See 303
  • Agreement between Employers and Men, 113,
  • 2/3. See also Legal
  • Agricultural Hall, Brewers' Exhibition at, 605
  • Agricultural Hall, Ironmongery Exhibition at, 50
  • Agricultural Machinery and the Siberian Mar-
  • ket, 821
  • Agricultural Machinery at the Smithfield Show,
  • 817
  • Agricultural Oil-Motor, 768
  • Agricultural Society's Show at Lincoln, 21
  • Air Compressed. See also Compressed An Pneumatic
  • Air-Compressors, Centrifugal, 2, 30, 248, 287, 090
  • Air-Compressors, Reciprocating, 2, 27, 29
  • Air-Compressors, The Kenvell, for Motor Tyres, 091, 724,
  • Air-Currents and Ventilation, Treatise on, 434
  • Air in New York Subway, 340
  • Air-Pumps for Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 100
  • Air-Pumps for Cunard Liner " Mauretania,” 643
  • Air-Ship, The Zeppelin, 502
  • Air, The Topography of, 839
  • Alcohol for Industrial Purposes, Treatise on, S04
  • Alkali Metals, Centenary of Discovery of, 884
  • Allen's Piston-Rings, 612
  • Alternating Current. See Electric
  • Alternators. See Electric
  • America, Heavy Rail Sections in, 0S8
  • America, See also (rilited States
  • American Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • American Machine Tools. See Machine-Tools
  • American Metallurgical Industry. See Iron and
  • Steel and Notes from the United States
  • Ammunition, Comparison Between French and English, 731. See 719
  • Ammunition-Holds, Ventilation and Refrigeration of, 125
  • Ammunition and the Question of Back-Flash, 429
  • Ammunition, Types of Projectiles, 244
  • Anchor and Capstan Gear of Cunard Liner "Lusitania,” 109
  • Anchors and Cables of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 170
  • Angle-Finder for Screw-Milling Machine, 685
  • Anglo-Japanese Steel Foundry, 88
  • Annual Publications. See 1 ear-Books
  • Annuals. See LITKKATURK INDBX
  • Antarctic Expedition, Arrol - Johnston Motor-
  • Car for, 630
  • Antimony. Seo Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Apprentices and the Sandwich System, 488
  • Apprenticeship. See also Education and Train and
  • i ng
  • Arbitration Boards for Trade Disputes in Belgium, 21. See aleo Legal Arc Lamps, See Electric Arch. See Bridge
  • Archer’s Steam and Hand Steering Gear, 513 Argentine Railway Affairs, 608 Argyll Motor-Car, 677
  • Arithmometer Combined with Typewriter, 867
  • Armament of Warships. See Warships
  • Armature Construction, Treatise on, 434
  • Armour. See also Warships
  • Armoured Concrete. See Ferro Concrete
  • Armoured Ships. See Warships
  • Arrol-Johnston Motor-Car for Antarctic Ex
  • pedition, 530 Artesian Wells in Australia, 3S9
  • Artificial Respiration, Apparatus for, 53, 107, 598
  • Artillery. Sec Guns
  • Ash-Hoists and Ejectors on the Cunard Liner
  • "Lusitania,” 153
  • Ashton, Dr. If. T., on the Manufacture of Milling-
  • Cutters, 871, 879
  • Association of Engineers-in-Charge; Presidential ! Address, by W. II. Pate he 11, 711 I Astrographic Catalogue, 21)1 i Astronomical Papers at British Association, 293, 291, 295
  • Astronomy and Anomalous Dispersion of Light,
  •  ! 407,519
  • Atkinson, Thomas, Driver of the “ Rocket,” 299 Atlantic Liners, Famous, 180, 131, 132, 133. See 240, 079
  • Atlantic Liners, Speed of, 679 Atmosphere, The Topography of, 839 Atmospheric Nitrogen, Fixation of, 821 Atoms, Constitution and Motion of, 202 Atoms and the Motions of Ether, 202, 263, 280 Atoms, The Valency of, 322 Austen, II. C. M., on Modern Development of British Fishery Harbours, 38, 383. 643, 831 Australasia. See New South Wales, Victoria, I <jueenhland, Western Australia, and South j Australia
  • Australia, Artesian Wells in, 339 Australian Mining Industry, 601 I Austrian Iron Works, 432, 411, 405, 460, 467 Austiian Railway Kates, 369 Auto-Cars. See Motor-Cars and Motor-Carriages
  • Automatic Machine-Tools. 8ee Machine-Tools Automobiles. See Motor-Cars Avoidance of Strikes, 113, 273 * “Avon,” Steamer, of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 14
  • B.S.A. Motor-Car, 743
  • Bache, The late Alfred, 373
  • Back-Flash from Smokeless Powder, 429
  • Bacteriological Filtration of Water, 677, 708
  • Bags of Concrete for Sea-Work, 587
  • Bam, Mr. James, 614
  • Ball, Robert S., on the Governing of Hydraulic
  • Turbines, 231, 282
  • Balloon, Dirigible, The Zeppelin, 502
  • Balloon Investigation of Upper Atmosphere, 290
  • Ballooning, Treatise on, 321
  • Barbette. See Guns
  • Barnes, Howard T., on the Ice Problems in Cana-
  • dian Engineering Work, 210, 258
  • Barren Jack Reservoir, New South Wales, 1
  • Barring Gear, Electric, for Large Engines, 303
  • Bascule Bridge at Portsmouth, 15
  • Batteries. See Electric and Guns
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Bauermnu, II., on the Erzberg of Eisenerz, 432, 411
  • Bearing with Forced Lubrication, 458
  • Beasley’s Recording Gas Calorimeter, 40
  • Beaumont, W. W., on the Corrugation of Tramway Rails, 228, 260
  • Bedford Grammar School, Engineering at. 55
  • Beissel Water-Softener, 298
  • Belgium Conciliation Boards in, 21
  • Bell, Mr. Thomas, 614
  • “ Bellerophon,” H.M. Battleship, 120
  • Belt-Fasteners, Flexible Steel, 459
  • Bending Tests of Metals, 829, 882
  • Benzene, Welded Tanks for Storage, 333
  • Berlin, Sewage Disposal in, 500
  • Bernoulli, John, Life of, 350
  • Berthelot, The Work of, 8G
  • Berwerth, Professor Frederick, on Steel and
  • Meteoric Iron, 432, 472
  • Bcuerberg, Peat Distillation Plant at, 071
  • Bing, Herbert, on Portable Pneumatic Tools,
  • 181, 221, 261
  • Biological Disposal of Sewage, 13, 34
  • Blackfriars Bridge Accident, 838
  • Blast-Furnaces in Austria, 431, 439, 405, 406, 407
  • Blast-Furnace Gas, Amount and Value of, 432,
  • 435
  • Blast-Furnace-Gas Engines. See Engines, Gas
  • Blast-Furnace-Gas and Electric Power Distribu-
  • tion, 433
  • Blast-Furnace-Gas, Utilisation of, 789
  • Blount, Bertram, on Electro-Metallurgy, 5, 30
  • Blowing-Engines. See Engines, Blowing ; also
  • A ir-Comprcssors
  • Blyth, Port of, 211
  • Board of. Trade and Boiler Explosions. See
  • Boiler Explosions . .
  • Board of Trade Draft Regulations for Electricity
  • in Factories, 309
  • Boat, Fishing, Driven by Oil-Motor, 10
  • Joat-lloists, Electric, of Cunard Liner "Lusi
  • tania,” 105
  • 3oat, Motor, Hydroplane, 457 s „ 4
  • 3oats, Motor. See Motor-Launches and Motor
  • Boats
  • Boats, Submarine, Development of, -41
  • Boats, Submarine, The Present and Future of,
  • 25, 122. See 338 _ . .. .
  • Bochet, A., on Ventilation and Refrigeration of
  • Ammunition-Holds, 125
  • Bogies, Railway. See Carriages and Locomotives
  • Boilers, Babcock and Wilcox, with hermodes
  • Liquid-Fuel System, 74
  • Boiler-Covering Materials, Test of, <90
  • Boilers for Cunard Liner “ Lusitania, 151 ; tor “Mauretania,” 643
  • Boilers, Effect of Soot in, 310
  • Boiler Efficiency, Theories of, 76
  • Boiler Explosion at Birmingham, 501
  • Boiler Explosion on Board a Trawler, <9J
  • Boiler Explosion at Bradford, 311
  • Boiler Explosions in Germany, 601
  • Boiler Explosion at Maybole, 125 „
  • Boiler Explosion on s.s. “Montgomeryshire, <6
  • Boiler Explosions, Valve to Reduce Danger of, 71, 345
  • Boiler Feed-Pump, The Oddest* Oompoaod, 424
  • Boiler Feed-Pump lor Use with Superheated Steam (Sheppee Motor Company, York), 430. See Erratum, 4£7
  • Boiler Feed-Pumps for Cunard Liner “ Lusitania." 159
  • Boiler Feed-Pumps (Titwaites Brothers), 459 Boiler Feed-Water Analjser, The “Saroo,” 344 Boiler Feed-Water Heater lor Cunard Liner *' Lusitania," 100
  • Boiler Feed-Water Heater, Live Steam (C. C.
  • Braithwaite and Son), 172 Boiler Furnaces, Heat Itadiation in, 601 Boiler-Gauges, Reliahility of, 270, 310 Boiler, Grille Water-Tube, 810 Boilers of 11.M. Torjtedo - Boat Destroyer “ Mohawk," 722 Boiler-House Management, 711 Boilers of Locomotives. See also Loco mot ire* Boilers lor Loup Island City Power-Station, 299 I Boilers, Marine, and the I'se ol Superheating, 12, 33
  • Boiler, Serpollet, for Fawcett-Fowler Steam Car, 70
  • Boilers, Tests of Isolating Valves for, 71. See 345
  • Bollinckx Valve-Gear on Tandem Compound Engine, 838
  • Bolts, Cost of Manufacture, 230, 313 Books Received, 42, 73, 103, 289, 321, 435, 511, 668, 774, 805, 835, 807 Books. See LITKRATURB INDEX Bordeaux Exhibition, Power Station Machinery at, 810
  • Boring-Machine. See Machine-Tool* Bottle-Washing Machine (J. W. Flower and Co.), 565
  • Bottle-Washing Machine (Nosh Patents, Ltd.), 521 Bracing, Stresses in, 299, 333, 301 Brackenbury, II. I., on Modern Machinery and its Future Development, 230, 313 Brake, The Vacuum, and Slock Brake-Gear, 503, 745
  • Brat Oxygen Reviving Apparatus, 598 Brazilian Government Despatch Vessel "Guana- bara,” 374
  • Brazing Materials, Tests of, 598 Breakwaters ol British Fishery Harbours, 38, 383, 543, 831
  • Breakwaters and the Use ol Concrete, 543, 587 Breathing Apparatus, Artificial, 1 or use in Mines, 63, 107, 598
  • Brennan Mono-Rail Car, 45 Brewers' Exhibition at Islington, 505 Bridge, Accident at Blackfriars, 838 Bridge, Bascule, for Portsmouth, 15 Bridge, Ferro-Concrete, at Stanford, 266 Bridge, New, over the Nile, 342 Bridge over River Wear at Sunderland, 43 Bridge over the St. Lawrenoe ;>t Quebec, Collapse of, 329, 351, 361, 371, 388, 391, 401, 418, 423, 449, 457, 470, 484, 815. For details see Quebec Bridge in ILLUSTRATED INDEX Briquette-Making, Binding Materials for, 490

British Association:

  • Leicester Meeting, 115, 173, 170, 193, 226, I 258, 290, 322
  • Presidential Address, by Sir David Gill, 170
  • Concluding Remarks, 327
  • Section G.— Engineering
  • Presidential Address, by Professor Silvanus P. Thompson, 173, 193
  • The Present Position of Gas and Petrol-Engines, by Dugald Clerk, 193, 409
  • On the Gases Exhausted from a Petrol-Motor, by Professor B. Uopkinson and L. G. E. Morse, 197, 210
  • Discussion on Explosion Temperatures, 197
  • Pupin’s Method of Compensating Cables for
  • Telephonic Transmission, by Sir W. II.
  • Preece, 225
  • Notes on Tuning in Wireless Telegraphy, by
  • Sir Oliver Ixxlge, 225, 237
  • Note on an Oscillograph Study of Low-Fre-
  • quency Oscillating Arcs, by J. T. Morris, i
  • 226, 233
  • Developments in Incandescent Lamps, by
  • Leon Gaster, 226, 477
  • The Equipment of the Engineering Laboratory at Finsbury Technical Institute, by
  • Professor E G. Coker, 226. 232
  • Ferro-Concrete and Examples of Construction, by J. S. E. de Yesian, 227
  • Some New Uses of Reinforced Concrete, by
  • W. Noble Twelvetrees, 227
  • The Origin and Production of Roaring Rails,
  • by W. Worbv Beaumont, 228, 256
  • Modern Machinery and its Future Develop-
  • ments, by H. .1. Brackenbury, 230, 313
  • A Machine for Weighing the Forces on a
  • Cutting-Tool, by J. F. Brooks, 230, 269.
  • See 268 ^
  • Notes on the Governing of Hydraulic Turbines, by Robert S. Ball, 231, 282
  • The Ice Problsm in Engineering Work in
  • Canada, by II. T. Barnes, 216, 258
  • The Application of Water-Power, and how to
  • Secure the Greatest Efficiency in Working
  • the same, by J. Smyth, 36S
  • Section A.—Mathematical ana Physical
  • Science
  • Presidential Address, by Professor A. E. H.
  • Love, 259
  • Oa tht Motions of Ether Produced by Oolll- bions of Atoms or Molecules Containing or not Containing Electrions, by Lord Kelvin. 2G-, 2b6
  • Discussion on the Constitution of the Atom, 202
  • The Range of Freedom of Electrons in Metals, by Professor Larmor, 2CS Tlie Density of the Ether, by Sir Oliver Lodge, 203
  • A Theoretical Method of Attempting to l>eteet Relathe Motion between the Ether and the Earth, by A. O. Rankine, 201 Helium and Radioactivity in Cominou Ores and Minerals, by the lion. R J. Strutt, 201 The Distribution of Radiutu in the Rocks of the 8implon Tunnel, by Professor J. Jolv 200
  • On Variability in the Products of Radium Emanations, by Sir William Ramsay, 200 Transmission of the Active Deposit from Radium Einiuation to the Anode, by Sidney Russ, 200
  • The Production and Origin of Radium, by Professor E. Rutherford, 200 The Effect of High Temperature on the Activity of the Products of Radium, by Professor E. Rutherford and Dr. J. K. Petavel, 200
  • Pseudo High Vacua, by Professor F. Soddy and T. D. Mackenzie, 290 The Absorption of Oases by Charooa), by J. Horn fray, 290
  • Electrical Experiment Illustrating the Two Modes of Condensation of Water Vapour upon Surfaoes, by Professor F. T. Trou- ton, 291
  • The Nature of Ionisation-Ionomania, by Professor 11. E. Armstrong, 291 Practical Standards for Electrical Measurements ; Ile)»ort of National Physical Laboratory Experiments, 291 Optical Pyrometry, by L. Holborn, 291, 245 The Use of C&lcite in Speclroisconv, by Principal W. W. Hicks, 293 Optical Pyrometry, bj’ Professor Charles Fd-ry, 291, 539
  • Notes on the Echelon Spectroscope and the Resolution of the Green Mercury Line, by II. Stansfield, 293
  • Discussion on Modern Methods of Treating Obsen atimis, 2 M
  • Determination of Periodicity from a Broken Series of Maxima, by Professor 11. 11. Turner, 294
  • Improvement of the Plate Constants of the Astrographic Catalogue, by Professor II. II. Turner, 291
  • Variation in Latitude, by Oscar Backlund, 294
  • The Kodaikanal Observatory in South India, by C. Mitchie Smith, 295 The Variability in Light of Mira OU and the Temperature of Sun-Spots, by Rev. A.
  • L. Cortie, 295
  • Twelfth Report of the Committee on Seis- mological Investigations, by J. Milne. 295 Recent Developments of the Methods of Forecasting by Means of Synoptic Charts, by W. N. Shaw, 290
  • Investigation of the Upper Atmosphere by Kites and Balloons, by .1. E. Petavel and
  • M. White, 295
  • Ben Nevis Observatory, Report on Material Collected, 297
  • Secular Stability, by Professor II. Lamb, 297 An Unrecorded and Remarkable Feature in the Splash of a Drop, by Professor A. M. Worthington, 297
  • The Teaching of Elementary Mechanics ; Report of Committee, 297 Section D.—Chemistry.
  • Presidential Address on Flame Problems and Chemical Science, by Professor Smilhells, 322, 370. See 107
  • Discussion on Explosion Temperatures, 167 Inflammability of Mixtures of Coal-Dust and Air, by Professor I*. Bedson, 322 The Ignition Point of Gases, by Professor II. B. Dixon, 322
  • Dis ussion on Valency, 322 Substances Forming Three Liquid Phases, by Professor F. M. Jaeger, 323 Influence of Radiation on the Electric Conductivity of an Antimonite from Japan, by Professor F. M. Jaeger, 323 The Conductivity of Electrolytes in Pyridine and other Solvents, by K. S. Caldwell, 323 Wave-Length Tables of the Spectra of Elements. Report of Committee on, 323 Dynamic Isomerism, Report of Committee on, 323
  • The Applications of Grignard s Reaction, bj Alexander Mackenzie, 323 Discussion on the Chemistry of Wheat and Flour and Artificial Manures, 325 Iron Carbonyls, by Sir J. Dewar and H. O. Jones, 325
  • Copper Mirrors, by F. Chattaway, 326 Calcium ; Its Properties and Possibilities, by A. E. Pratt, 326 Section C.—Geology.
  • Presidential Address, on Iron Ore Supplies, by Professor J. W. Oregon-, 326
  • Evening Lectures.
  • The Arc and the Spark in Radiotelegraphy, by W. Duddell, 326
  • Modern Developments in the Theory of Mimicry, by F. A. Dixey, 327
  • The Birth and Growth of a Crystal, by Professor II. A. Miers, 327
  • British Battleships. See Warships British Columbia, Coal in, 370
  • British Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • British Naval Training. See Engineers and Navy
  • British Railway Property, 470
  • British Railway Returns, 626, 538
  • British Shipbuilding and Competition, 497
  • British Warships. See Warships
  • Brooks, John F., on a Machine for Weighing Forces on a Cutting-Tool, 230, 268, 269 Brown, The late M. Walton, 755
  • Brown and Co., Limited, John, and the Lusitania, 129
  • Brown, The late Thomas Forster, 599
  • Brush-Holders for Small Electric Motors, 663 Building Construction. See also Ferro-Concrete Buildings, Damage done by San Francisco Earthquake, 37
  • Buildings for Franco-British Exhibition, Loudon, 737, 769
  • Bulkheads on Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 148
  • Bulkheads on Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 620
  • Buoy, Mooring, for “Lusitania” and “Mauretania,” 267
  • Burnand, A. H., on Thermal and Power Losses in Internal-Combustion Engines, 445, 509
  • Cabins of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 68, 140
  • Cabins of Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 626, 627. See Erratum, 718
  • Cable and Anchor Gear for Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 633
  • Cables and Anchors of Cunard Liner “Lusitania,” 170
  • Cable, Pupin, for Telephone, 85 Cables, Submarine, Extensions of, 310 Cableway, Aerial, for Conveying Coal, 552 Cableways Used on Shipbuilding Berths, 181,378 Caffaro Hydro-Electric Power Station, 201 Caisson Accident at Blackfriars Bridge, 838 Caissons, Compressed-Air, for Tunnelling Work, 707
  • Caisson Disease and its Prevention, 786 Cala Mineral Railway, Ferro-Concrete Viaduct, 517
  • Calcium, Uses of, 326 Calendars. See LITERATURE INDEX Callendar, Professor H. L., on the Measurements of Temperatures in Gas-Engine Cylinders, 887 Calorific Value of Illinois Coal, 310 Calorimeter, Beasley’s Recording, for Gas, 46 Canada, Coal in, 370 Canada, Irrigation in, 308 Canadian Pacific Railway Locomotives, with Superheater, 310
  • Canadian Railway Progress, 518, 778 Canet, M. Gustave, on Some Comparisons between French and English Artillery, 729. See 719
  • Cantilever Bridge at Quebec, Collapse of, 329, 361, 361, 371, 388, 391, 401, 418, 423, 457, 470, 484, 815. For details see Quebec Bridge in ILLUSTRATED INDEX
  • Capstan and Anchor Gear of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania, 169
  • Capstan Lathes. See Machine-Tools Carborundum Wheels for Grinding, 669 Carburettor. See Motor-Car Details in ILLUSTRATED INDEX
  • Cardiff Docks, Pumping Plant for, 331 Cargo-Handling Appliances of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 143, 165 Carlaw, The Late David, 470 Carriages, Accumulator, for German Railways, 21 Cars and Carriages. See Motor-Cars, Railway, and Tramway Cars
  • Cartridge-Metal Rolling-Mill (Taylor and Challen),
  • Carulla, F. J. R., on a New Blue-Black Iron Paint as a Protective Covering, 433, 602 Carus-Wilson, C. A., on Pre-Determination of Train-Resistance, 809 Casting Iron in Metal Moulds, 75*
  • Castings Mode by the Use of Moulding-Machines, 807
  • Catalogues, 36, 64, 126, 288, 319, 380, 442, 478, 508, 540, 606, 766, 795, 826 Cement Concrete. See Concrete and Ferro- Concrete
  • Cement, Portland, British Standard Specification, 744
  • Centenary of the Discovery of the Alkali Metals. 88*
  • Central Station. See Electric and Power Centrifugal Air-Compressors, Action of, 2, 30. 248, 287, 600
  • Centrifugal Pumping-Plant for Cardiff Dock, 331. | See also Pump*
  • Centrifugal Turbo-Compressors, 2, 30, 2-18, 287, , 600
  • Ceylon Government Railways, 846 Chain Geared Engines of Steamer “Great Britain,” 246
  • Chance, The Law of, Applied to Weather, 257 Charcoal and the Alaorption of Oases, 290 Chassis, See Motor-Car Mailt in ILLUSTRATED Linux
  • Chemical Progress—The Work of Berthelot Mendeleieff, and Moissan, 86 Chemical Reactions, Constancy of Mass in, 57 Chemical Science and Flame Problem, 322, 376. See 197
  • Chemistry, Applications of Thermo-Dynamics to, Treatise on, 834 Chemistry, Inorganic, Treatise on, 103 Chemistry Papers at British Association. See Brit ith Atineiation Chem’stry, Treatise on, 41 Chimney for Long Island City Power-Station, 760 |
  • China, Quick-Firing Field-Guns in, S3 China, Railways, Telegraphs, and Mines In, 878 Chinese Posts and Telegraphs, 600 Chinese Railways in Manchuria, 211
  • Circulating Pumps, Centrifugal, for Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 157
  • Circulating Pumps for Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 644
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Finsbury, Engineering Laboratory at, 226, 232
  • Civil Engineers, Conference of tlie Institution Of. See a Iso Vol. LXXXIII.
  • Section III,- Machinery.
  • Reciprocating Air-Compressors, by W. Rea veil, 2, 29
  • Turbo-Compressor for High Pressures, by Professor A. Rateau, 2, 30
  • Section IV.—Mining and Metallurgy; Joint Meeting with Section VII.— Applications of Electricity
  • Electro-Metallurgy, by Bertram Blount, 5, 30
  • Modern Applications of Electricity to Mines, by C. P. Sparks, 6, 30
  • Section IV.—Mining and Metallurgy.
  • Education of Engineering Students, Particularly with Regard to Mining and Metallurgy, 8, 31
  • Section V.—Shipbuilding.
  • High-Speed Vessels, by Professor J. J. Welch, 8, 32
  • Modern Applications of Superheating to Marine Steam Boilers, 12, 33
  • The Welding of Structural Materials in Place, by II. A. Ruck-Keene, 12, 33 Section VI.—Water Works, Sewerage, and Gas Works.
  • Sewage Disposal by Biological Processes, by J. D. Watson, 13, 34
  • The Relative Merit of Chemically-Treated, Settled, and Septic Sewage in Preparing the Liquid for Oxidising Beds, by G. A. Hart, 13, 36
  • Excursions and Visits to Works, 14

Civil Engineers, Institution of:

  • Address by Sir William Matthews, President, 659, 698, 732. See 655
  • The Extension, Widening, and Strengthening of Folkestone Pier, by Hugh Torrance
  • Ker, 681
  • Presidential Address to Glasgow Students’
  • Association, by W. R. Alston, 691
  • The Tranmere Bay Development Works, by S. H. Ellis, 746
  • Experiments on Wind Pressure, by T. E. Stanton, 778
  • The Pre-Determination of Train Resistance, by C. A. Carus-Wilson, 809
  • Keyham Dockyard Extension, by Sir Whately Eliot, 890
  • Keyham Dockyard Extension ; Temporary
  • Works and Plant and Appliances Used
  • During Construction, by George H. Scott, 890
  • Clark, Mateo, on a Ferro-Concrete Viaduct for
  • the Cala Mineral Railway, 617
  • Clerk, Dugald, on the Present Position of Gas and Petrol-Engines, 193, 409
  • Cleveland Institution of Engineers, Presidential Address, 765
  • Cleveland Iron. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Cleveland, Notes from, 17, 48, 81, 111, 184, 205, 239, 271, 302, 335, 365, 396, 427, 460, 493, 623, 559, 590, 661, 683, 717, 748, 783, 812, 843, 874
  • Clutch. See Coupling and Motor-Car
  • Clutch, Toogood’s Double-Coil, 601
  • Clyde Navigation, Improvement of, 691
  • Clydebank Works and the “ Lusitania,” 129
  • Coal in British Columbia, 370
  • Coal-Carrying Trunk-Steamer. 599
  • Coal in China, 878
  • Coal Consumption of Russia, 21
  • Coal Conveying by Aerial Wire Ropeway, 652
  • Coal-Dust, Binding Materials for Briquette-
  • Making, 496
  • Coal-Dust, Explosions of, 322
  • Coal Famine in Germany, 178
  • Coal-Gas Distribution, Treatise on, 804
  • Coal, German Export Duty on, 309
  • Coal-Handling Arrangements for Long Island
  • City Power-Station, 636
  • Coal, Illinois, Tests of, 310
  • Coal-Mining in Germany, 789
  • Coal-Mining. ,See also Colliery and Engine, Winding
  • Coal Trade and Industry of Japan, 117
  • Coke-Oven Gas, Utilisation of, 789
  • Coker, Professor E. G., on the Engineering
  • Laboratories at Finsbury Technical College. 226, 232 R ’
  • Colliery. See also Coal and Engine, Winding
  • Collisions. See Accidents
  • Coloured Lights, Photometry of, 870
  • Columns, Braced, Stresses, 209,333, 381
  • Commercial Motor-Vehicle Trials, 603, 680
  • Commercial Motor-Vehicles. See also Motor
  • Compasses, Compensation of, 24
  • Compasses, Illumination of, 24
  • Compensation, Workmen’s. See Legal
  • Compound Engines. See Engines
  • Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • Compressed Air-Brake. See Brakes
  • Compressed-Air Disease and Its Prevention, 788
  • Compressed Air in Subaqueous Works, Treatise
  • on, 774. See Blackfriars Bridge Accident, 838
  • Compressed-Air Work in Simplon Tunnel Approaches, 706 y
  • Compressor, Air, The Reavell, for Motor Tyree,
  • Compressors, Air, 2, 30, 248, 287, 600
  • Concrete in Bags for Sea-Work, 687. See 543
  • Concrete, Electrolytic Corrosion of Iron in, 430
  • Concrete, Ferro. Sec Ferro-Concrete
  • Concrete Flumes for Long Island City Power-Station, 797
  • Concrete, Reinforced; Richmond and Chesipeake Bay Railway, 863
  • Concrete, Reinforced. See also Ferro-Concrete
  • Condensation of Water Vapour, 291
  • Condensers for Cunard Liner " Mauretania,” 04
  • Condensing Machinery for Cunard Liner " Lustania," 167,169
  • Condensing Plant for Long Island City Power- Station, TOC
  • Condensing Plant, Morison’s, 400 Condensing Machinery. See also Pumps Conduits, Velocity of Water in, 275 Congress of Hygiene, 54 Congress of Trade Unions, 367 Continental Railway Rates, 369 Continents; Theory of Formation, 259 Contracts, The Law of, Treatise on, 73 “Contraflo” Condenser for Cunard Liner “Mauretania," 646 “Contraflo" Condensing Plant, 406 Conveying Coal by Aerial Wire Ropeway, 552 Conveying Plant for Transvaal Gold-Mines, 703, 726, 762
  • Copenhagen Automobile Exhibition, 765 Copenhagen, Polytechnic at, 88 , Copland, The late Sir William Robertson, 278 ; Copper-Mines in Norway, 567 Copper Mirrors, 326
  • Copper Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Cornish, Vaughan, on Progressive and Stationary ! Waves in Rivers, 118, 284, 317 Corrosion, Electrolytic, of Iron in Concrete, 430 Corrugation of Tramway-Rails, 228, 256 ; “Cossack," H.M, Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, 653 Cost of Pumping, 26
  • Cotton-Mills, Safety Appliances in, 192, 290 Cotton-Spinning, Technical Education in, 114 , Coueslant, L. D., on the Training of Engineers on the Sandwich System, 488 Counting and Typewriting Machine, The Elliot- Fisher, 867
  • Country Districts, Water-Supply in, 594 County Council. See London County Council Couplings, Automatic Railway, 45 Cradle, Launching, for Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 620
  • Cranes and Baggage-Hoists of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 166 Crane. See also Hoists Cranes, Transporting, at Mersey Docks, 14 Crank-Shafts, Strength of, 306, 333, 361, 423 “ Creole,” Steamer, with Curtis Turbine, 695 Creole" Test of Curtis Turbines in Steamer,
  • Crew and Officers of Cunard Liner “Lusitania,” 169
  • Crew and Officers of Cunard Liner “Mauretania,” 615
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crystalline Structure of Ductile Metals, 464
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. See also Micro- Photographs
  • Crystals, Liquid, 323
  • Cunard Agreement with the Government, 133 1 Cunard Liner “Lusitania,” 54, 68, 129, 177, 208. For Details see “ Lusitania ” in ILLUSTRATED INDEX
  • Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 124, 393, 609, 656. For Details see “ Mauretania ” in ILLUSTRATED INDEX
  • Curtis Steam - Turbines. See Turbines and “ Creole ”
  • Cutters, Milling, Notes on the Manufacture of, 871, 879. See 585 and Machine-Tools
  • Cutting-Tools, Machine for Weighing Forces on, 230, 268, 269
  • Czapski, The late Siegfried, 106
  • Daimler Motor-Car, 675
  • Dairy Implements at the Royal Agricultural Show, 23
  • Dalby, Professor W. E., on the Measurements of Temperatures in Gas-Engine Cylinders, 887 Dam, The Barren Jack, in New South Wales, 1 Dam, The Urft, and Hydro-Electric Power Distribution, at Ileimbach, Germany, 740, 800 Dams, Masonry, 368, 405, 619, 555, 587, 679, 724, 779
  • Dams, Masonry, A Treatise on, 667
  • Darbyshire, II., on Some Grinding Problems, 669
  • Darling, Chas. R., on a Laboratory Test for
  • Heat-Insulating Materials, 790
  • Darracq Motor-Car, 18-Horse-Power, 693
  • De Rusett, E. W., on the Hydraulic Riveting of the “ Mauretania,” 124
  • Deasy Motor-Car, 677
  • Decking for Bridges. See Bridges
  • Deck Arrangements of Cunard Liner “ Maure-
  • tania,” 623
  • Demozay, L., on the Hardening of Steel, 676, 603
  • Denmark, Wind Power in, 430
  • Derailment. See Accident
  • Design of Motor-Cars, 770
  • Design of Reaction Steam-Turbine, 799
  • Design of Ships, 134, 612
  • Designs and Patents Act, 1907, Treatise on, 803,
  • Despatch Vessel “Guanabara” for Brazilian
  • Government, 374
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • Detroit River Tunnel, 530
  • Devonport Dockyard Extension, 800
  • Diabolo Experiment, 779
  • Diaphragm Testing-Machine, 861
  • Die-Sinking and Engraving-Machine (Thomas Auty and Co.), 709
  • Dies for Wiro-Drawing, 736
  • Directories. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Disaster. See Accident
  • Dispersion of Light, Anomalous, 467,619
  • Distillation of Peat, Ziegler System for, 671
  • Distilling-Plant for Cunard Liner “Lusitania,”
  • Divers and Caisson Disease, 787
  • pocks, Centrifugal Pumping Plant for, 331
  • Dock-Construction at Tranmere Bay, 746
  • Docks, Floating, 733
  • Dock, Floating, for Fishing Vessels at Aberdeen Harbour, 831
  • Dock, Floating, for Trinidad, 106
  • pocks, New Graving, at Middlesbrough, 530
  • Dock. See also Harbour and Port
  • Dockyard Extension at Keyham, 890
  • Doors, Watertight, on Cunard Liner “Lusitania, 149 ; on “ Mauretania,” 620
  • Doppler’s Principle for Rays of Light, Verifl.
  • tion of, 433
  • Doulton’s Joint for Stoneware Pipes, 600 Dmilton'8 Sanitary Fittings in •• Mauretania,"
  • •- I Drawing-Frames, Cotton, Safety Appliances for, 290. See 192
  • Drawing Machinery for Wire-Making, 191, 579,
  • I 735
  • Dredger, “ Affonso Penna,” Fleming aud Fer- i guson, 554
  • Dredging, Gold, in New Zealand, 212 Drilling-AIachine9. See Machine-Tools Drop, The Splash of a, 297 Duadell, W., on the Arc and Spark in Radiotele- r , graphy, 320
  • Dunlop, Mr. J. G., 136 Durston, Sir John, Retirement of, 596 Dust Disposal in Berlin, 500 , Dynamos. See Dynamos and Alternators under I Electric
  • Earth, Dynamical Theory of Shape of, 259 1
  • Earthquake Investigations, 295 i
  • Earthquake at San Francisco, 37
  • Ecole Polytechnique, 561, 587
  • Economic Considerations on the Management of Plants, 711
  • Education, Engineering, at Bedford Grammar 1 School, 65. See also Technical Education Education of Engineering Students, 297 Education, Engineering, Treatise on, 772 Education of French Engineers, 561, 587 Education of Mining and Metallurgical Students, 8, 31
  • Education of Railway Engineers, 372 Education, Technical ana Literary, 463 Education and Training of Engineers, 175 Efficiency of Centrifugal Compressors, 2, 30,248, 287, 690
  • Efficiency of Curtis Turbines, 111, 212, 299 Efficiency of Internal-Combustion Engines, 445, 509
  • Efficiency Ratio of Parsons Steam-Turbine, 45, 86. See Erratum, 277
  • Efficiency of Reciprocating Air-Compressors, 2, 27, 29
  • Efficiency of Steam-Boilers, 76 Efficiency of Steam-Turbine. See Turbine Egypt, Proposed New Nile Bridge, 342 Ehrenwerth, Professor Joseph von, on the Determination of the Total Quantity of Blast- Furnace Gas for a Given Make, and its Calorific Value, 432, 435 Elasticity of Metals, 468 Elements, Two-Line Spectra of, 754

Electric:

  • Accumulator-Cars on German Railways, 21 Arcs for the Fixation of Atmospheric Nitrogen, 821
  • Arcs, Oscillographic Study of, 226, 233 Armature Construction, Treatise on, 434 Barring-Gear for Large Engines, 363 Brush-Holders for Small Motors (Veritys, Limited), 663
  • Cables, Submarine, Extensions of, 310 Central Station. See Power-Station. Circuit-Breaker, Statters’, with Time-Limit, 736
  • Condensers, Brush Discharges of, 433 Conduction, Theory of, 263 Controllers for Motors of Centrifugal Fans on Cunard Liner “Lusitania,” 154 Cranes and Hoists of Cunard Liner “Lusitania,” 143, 166, 166 Discharges of Condensers, 433 Electrical Engineering, Treatise on, 103 Electrolysis of Fused Salts, 627 Electrolytic Corrosion of Iron in Concrete, 430
  • Electro-Metallurgy, 5, 30 Electrons, Motion of, 262, 263 Electrons and the Motions of Ether, 262. 263, 286
  • Ether, The Motions of, 262, 286 Fans, Electric, on “ Lusitania,” 152; on “ Mauretania,” 644
  • Furnaces Using Refractory Oxides, 497 Generators, Construction of, Treatise on, SOS Hydro-Electric Power in Sweden, 434 Ignition and Lighting System for Motor Vehicles, The Leitner, 267 Instruments at the Physical Society’s Exhibition, 851
  • International Electro-Technical Commission, 713
  • Ionisation, Nature of, 201 Lamps, Developments in Incandescent, 226, 477
  • Launch for Tank Experiment on Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 612 Lighting and Ignition System for Motor Vehicles, The Leitner, 267 Lighting Turbo-Dynamos of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 146
  • Locomotives for the Simplon Tunnel, 489 London County Council Power Scheme, 20 Magnetic Oscillators as Radiators in Wireless Telegraphy, 695
  • Measurements of Temperature in Gas-Engine Cylinders, 887
  • Mines, Applications of Electricity to, 6, 30 1"3 * * History of Development,
  • Mutual Inductances, The Use of, 696, 767 467 i°n8, ®on^nuous> &nd Thermophones,
  • ' Study of Low-Frequency Arcs,
  • 226, 233
  • Parliamentary Schemes, 790 Polyphase Current, Treatise on, 103 lower, Distribution of, Treatise on, 434 Power-Station for the Bordeaux Exhibition, 810
  • P°2m'r'SU,ion* Hydro-Electric, The CafTaro,
  • Power-Station on “ Lusitania,” 146; on Mauretania,” 028, 030 ower-Station of the Pennsylvania Railroad HcmPany at Long Island City, 209, 636, <.»3, <95,856. For Details see ILLUHTRATKD IKDBX
  • Power-Station at Stockholm, 434
  • Radioactivity,'sifl* 131ast'Fu"1“06 «“• 433 I Railway Cal’s, Accumulator, 21
  • Hlerl rlr—
  • Kailway, Proposed High Speed, In Sweden, 408
  • Kailway Signalling, M7
  • Railway, Single Phase, The Valley Brendans, 277
  • Railways, Steam and Klectric, In Switzerland, lid
  • Railways in Sweden. Electrification of, 619 ltailway Track-Test lug Station in Germany, 764
  • Railways Using l>otk Steam and Klectric Traction, 406, 467
  • Regulations for the U*e of Klectriclty in Factories, 809
  • Surface-Contact Syatem.TheGritfltlia-Kedell, for Tramway*, 884
  • Switch-Gear for the Cunard Liner “ Mauretania," 030
  • Switch-Gear at the Linda! Moor Mine*, 491 Switch-Gear for Long Island City Power- Station, 866
  • Telegraph Knterpriae, Submarine, 44, 791 Telegraphy in China, 600, 878 Telephone Cable, l’upln, under Lake Constance, 86
  • Telephone Cables, Compensated, 226 Telephone Senice of Cunard Liner "Mauretania," 030
  • Telephony, Wireless, 467 Tests Carried Out at the Relchaanstalt, 4<W, 408
  • TraMway RailS, Corrugation of, 228, 260 Transmission Gear for Motor-Vehicle*. 46 Turbo-Alternator, Tents of 1000-Kilowatt Kritinh Thom*on-llou*ton, 376 Turbo • Dynamo for Klectric Lighting of Cunard Liner " Mauretania," 02M Turbo • l>> name, 376-Kilowatt, for Lighting Cunard Liner " Lusitania," 140 Vacuum-Tube Light, The Moore, 68 Ventilating Fans, 146, 104 , 028 Water-Power Station on River Urft, 740, 800 Welding Steel, 426
  • Whistle-Operator and Telegraph for Cunard Liner " .MHUM-IUI.U," 032 Wireless Telegraphy, The Arc and Spark in, 320
  • Wireless Telegraphy, The Poulsen Oscillator,
  • 780
  • Wireless Teligrnphy, International Con verition, fc8
  • Wireless Telegraphy, Mngnetic Oscillators a* Kadiutora in, 196
  • Wlrolcis Telegraphy, Treatise on, 280 Wireless Telegraphy, Tuning In, 226, 237 Winders Telephony and Telegraphy, 467
  • Electrical Standards, British Association Report, 291
  • Electrolytic Conductivity of Antlmonlte, 3!3
  • Electrolytic Conductivity in Pyridine, See., 323
  • Electrons and Ether, 202, 203, 280
  • Electrons, Motion of, in Metals, 202, 203
  • Elevators. See also Hoists Ellis, The late Basil Pym, 489
  • Emery Wheels, Tests of, 366 Emery Wheels for Grinding, 009 Employers’ Liability. See also Workmen’s Compensation ami Legal Engineering Education. Sco Education Engineering and Machinery Exhibition at Olympia. See Olympia, <( <•., In ILLUBTRATI I> INDI X Engineering Schemes in Parliament, 720, 766, '.8! Engineering and Shipping in Korea, 788 Engineering Societies, Functions of, 877 Engineering Standards Commltteo, Conference on Screw-Threads, 005 Engineering Trades' Agreement, 496 Engineers’ Education. See Education and Training
  • Englnoors, Institutions of. See Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Naval Architects, Iron and Steel Institute, Physical Society, and Society of Arts Engineers, Mining. 8oe Iron and Steel Institute and Civil Engineers’ Conference Engines, Karring-Qcar for, 303 Engines, Blowing, Driven by Blast-Furnace Gas, 660. Sco 079
  • Engines, Breakdown of, 300 Engines, Centrifugal Pumping, for Cardiff Docks, 381. See also Pumps
  • Engines, Gas, Blast-Furnace, for Blowing, 650. Sco 070
  • Engines, Gas, in Connection with Blast Furnaces ami Coke-Ovens, 7S9
  • Engines, Gas, Mechanical Efficiency of, 647, 670, 048
  • Engines, Gas, Optical, and Mechanical Indicators for, 647, 670, 048 Engines, Oas, Piston-Rings for, 612 Engines, Gas, Present Position of, 103, 409 Engines, Gas, Reliability of Large, 724, 746. See also 070, 687, 779, S00
  • Engines, Gas; Temperature Measurements in tne Cylinders, 887 Engines, Gas, Temperatures in, 107 Engines, Gas, Thermal and Power Losses in, 445,
  • 609
  • Engines, Gas, Two-Cycle, 079. 779, 809
  • [itrines of “Great Britain, ” Steamer, 210
  • Urines, Internal-Combustion. See also Engines,
  • Gas Engines, Oil and Motor; and Engines,
  • mines, Internal-Combustion, for Ship-Propul-
  • igines, Internal • Combustion, Thermal and
  • Power Losses in, 446, 609
  • Eigine with Lentz Governor, 810
  • Engines, Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • Engine, Marine, Treatise on the, 41
  • Engines, Marine. See also Warships
  • Engines, Marine Triple-Expansion, for Train-
  • Ferry Steamer “Lucia Oarbo,” 332
  • Engine, Oil, for Agricultural Purposes, <58
  • Engine, Oil, for Driving Fishing-Boat, 10
  • Engines, Oil, Fuel Supply for, 208
  • Engine, Oil, for Motor Yacht “Swietlana
  • Thornveroft and Co.), S06
  • Engines, Oil, for Pumping in India, 401
  • Engine, Petrol, Six-Cylinder 600-1I.-P., 231
  • Engines, Petrol, Exhaust Gases from, 197, 219
  • Engines, Petrol, Thermal and Power Lorre* in, 446, 609
  • Engines, Petrol. See alao Motor Cart, Motors, Petrol, and Motor -Lauurhet Engine, Petrol, The " Pilgrim,” 780 Engine*, Petrol, Preaent Petition of, 103, 400 Engine*, Pumping, tor Kidderminater Water Work*, 716
  • Engines at the Smithfield Club Show, 617 Engines, Steam, for Fawcett-Fowler Steam-Car, l 78
  • Engines, Steam, for Highclere Motor-Car, 747 Engines, Steam, Piaton King* for, 612 Enginea, Steam, Tandem Compound, with Bol- linckx Vahe-Uear, 838 Enginea of Steam Yacht " Medusa,” 100 Engine, The " Pittler" Itotarv, 421 Enginea, Tandem < omiKiuud. with Droje Valie* (Kuaton, Proctor, and Co., Lincoln). 437 Engine, Triple • Expanaion 3000 - Horae - Power, Tot of. 117
  • Enginea, Turbine. See Turbines Engineering Laloratoriea at Finabury Technical College, 220, 232
  • Engineering laboratories at University College, 273
  • Engines ring Pa|*r» at the Drili»h Aaaociation. See British A asocial ion
  • Engraving and Die-hinking Machine (Thomaa Auly and Co.), 700
  • Entre Itioa Railway, Train-Ferry Steamer for, 332 Einat, The late Adolf von, 427 Error*, Modern Theory of, 204

Errata and Addenda:

  • Ayrton, Mra., and Electric Arc, 639
  • Contract*, 876
  • Dover Harbour Worka. 20
  • Electric Arc and Mra. A>rton, 839
  • Electrically-ControlledBingle-I^rver Teating-
  • Machine anil Toraion Testa, 666
  • Engineering Conference. 20
  • Engineering and Machinery Exhibition, 668
  • Joiner Work on the " Mauretania," 718
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping Lotaes, 330
  • Marine Steam-Turbine, 668
  • Morton’s Portable Rivet-Furnace, 669
  • Optical Pyrometry. 304
  •  ! otavi Railway, 246
  • Parson* Steam Turbine, 277
  • River Pollution and Self-Purification, 10
  • Sheppee Motor Company'* Feed-Pump, 467
  • Theory of the Gy ro*co|>e, 306
  • Erzberg Iron Ore De|>oaitR, 432, 441
  • Ether, Motions of, 202, 263, 280
  • Ether, Motion of 202, 201 ; Density of, 203
  • Euler, Leonard, Life of, 802
  • Evans, The late Fred W., 247
  • Evaporating Plant for Cunard Liner “Mauretania,” 045
  • Evaporators for Cunard Liner “ Ludtania,” 103
  • Exchange, A Herman Metal, 277, 764
  • Exhaust Oases from a Petrol Motor, 197, 219
  • Exhibition in 1012 in Japan, 434
  • Exhibition, Bordeaux, Power-Station Machinery, 810
  • Exhibition, Ilrewcry, at Islington, 606
  • Exhibition, Franco-British, London, Buildings for, 737. 700
  • Exhibition, International, of Automobiles at Copenhagen, 705
  • Exhibition of Ironmongery and Hardware Trades, 60
  • Exhibition of the Smithfield Club, 817
  • Exhibition, Machinery, at Olympia. 413, 421. 436, 440, 450, 460, 481. 612, 618, 640, 583. See
  • Erratum, 56s. See also Olympia in ILU'STRATKD INDEX
  • Exhibition, The Model Engineer, 607
  • Exhibition of Motor-Car* at Olympia, Notes on, 770
  • Exhibition of Motorfar* at Olympia. 076, <21.
  • 743, 747, 770. See Motor-Car lielails under
  • Il.WSTKATED INDEX
  • Exhibition, The Physical Society, 861
  • Exhibition of the Royal Agricultural Society,
  • Lincoln, 21 , . „ ..
  • "Experiment” Class of London and North-
  • Western Railway Locomotives, Performance
  • of, 08 . _
  • Experimental Work, Original, 390
  • Experiments, Ship Model, 134, 012
  • Explosion of Urn at Bradford, 311
  • Explosions, Boiler. See Boiler Explosions
  • Explosions of Coal-Dust, 322
  • Explosion Temperatures m Gas-Engines. 10,, 88,
  • Explosion Valves, Hopkineon’s, for Boilers, 346.
  • Sec 71
  • Explosion Valves for Steam-Pipes, . 1.
  • Export Duty on German Coal, 309
  • Export Railway Rates, French, 242
  • Export Rates on Gorman Railwnys, 62
  • Exports, Seo Trade
  • Exposition. 0jM* hh
  • See 346
  • See Exhibition
  • Facing-Machine. See Machine-Tool*
  • Factories, Cotton, Safety Appliances in, 192, £90
  • Factories, Injurious Processes in, 76S
  • Factories, Regulations for Electricity in, 809
  • Factories, Ventilation of, 2,4
  • Factory Conditions, Treatise on, 321
  • irtorV Law Case*. See Legal
  • ill of Quebec Bridge, 829, 801,871, 891,401, 4-3,
  • 467, 470, 816. For Details of Bridge, see Quebec
  • Iiridae in Iu.rsTiiATKU INDEX
  • ms, Centrifugal, Action of, 2, 30, 218. .(n, 690
  • ms for Forced Draught on Cunard Liner
  • " Lusitania,” 162 ; on " Mauretania (.44
  • is, High-Pressure Centrifugal, 2, 80, 248, -8<,
  • Ventilating, for Cunard Liner •• Lusitania,” 113,164 ; for “ Mauretania, 046
  • 4', i(VI ; lor oiaurew»m*»» ,
  • IS,' Ventilating, for Engine-Room of Cunard
  • Jner "Lusitania," 164
  • steners. Flexible Steel, for Belts, 469
  • tigue of Metal. See Micro-Photograph*
  • Fawcett-Fowler Steam-Motor Car, .»
  • ed-Pump. The Oddesse Compound, 424
  • ed-Pump for Cse »ith Snperhealed Steam
  • Sheppee Motor Company, lork, 430. bee
  • Erratum, M ,, _ 3,,
  • ed-IVater Analyser, The Sarco, 344
  • Feed-Water Filters for Cunard Liuer ** Luai- | lania," 162
  • Feed-Water Healer for Cunaxd Liner “Lusitania." 100
  • Feed-Water Heater, Li\e Steam, bjrC. C. Braithwaite and Sons, 172
  • Feed-Water Putrps for Cunard Liner “ Lusi- i tania." 169
  • Feed-Water Softener, The Beissel, 296 I Fences for Machinery in Cotton-Mills, 192, 290 I Ferro-Concrete Bridge at Stanford, 2»4> i Ferro-Concrete, Electrolytic Corrosion of Iron I in, 430
  • Ferro-Concrete, Maoufa<ture and I'se of, 227 I Ferro-Concrete Viaduct for the Cala Mineral I Bailway, 617
  • Ferro-Concrete Viaduct, Bicbmoud and Chesapeake Bay Bailway, 663
  • Fery, Dr. Charles, on Optical Pyrometry, 639 . See 291, 340, and Erratum, 364 , Field-Guns, Modern French, 775 Field-Guns. See also G’un*
  • Filter for Oil. See Oil
  • Mltera, The Harris, for Feed-Water of the Cunard Liuer “ Lusitania." 161 Filtration Sand of Water Supply, 077, 708 finance of French Railways, C*;>4, GsG Finances of Brilieh Bailway, 300 Financial Conditions in Japan, 403 Finsbury Technical College, Engineering Labo- \ ratory at, 226, 232
  • . Fire Service on Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,’ 630
  • Fish-Plates, Drop-Forged, 407 Fishery Harbours, British, 38, 363, 643, 631 1 Fishing-Boat, Boiler Explosion on, 795 Fishing-Boat Driven by Oil-Motor. 16 Flame Problems and Chemical Science, 322, 376. See 197
  • Fleet, Naval. 8ee Warships floating Docks, 733
  • floating Dock for Fishing Vessels at Aberdeen I Harbcur, 831 floating Dock tor Trinidad, 106 ; Fluids, A Treatise on, 668 Flying-Machine and Cellular Kites, 116 Flying-Machines, Treatise on, 321 Flying-Machine, The Zeppelin Air-Ship, 562 Folkestone Pier, Extension of, 661 Forced-Draught Fans on Cunard Liner “ Lusitania," 152 ; on “ Mauretania," 644 Forces on Cutting-Tools, Measurement of, 2J0, 208, 269
  • Foreign Competition in Shipbuilding, 497 Forests, The Denudation of, 765 Formosa, Japanese in, 307
  • Foster King, J., on Structural Development in British Merchant Ships, 90 Foundations, Subsidence of, (379 Foundries and Moulding-Machines, 807 Foundry of Messrs. K. Stephenson and Co., Limited, Hebburn, 230 France, Engineering Instruction in, 501, 587 France, Hydraulic Power in, 8G8 Franco-British Exhibition, London, Iron Buildings for, 737, 709
  • Frazil Ice in Water-Power Installations, 210, 258 Freight Charges for French Ex|K>rts, 242 Freight, German Railway Export, 52 Freight, Railway, Continental, 309 Freight Rates and Charging Orders, Treatise on, ' 835
  • French and English Artillery Compared, 720. See 710
  • French Export Railway Rates, 242 French Mercantile Marine, 870 | French Motor-Car Industry, 763 French Navy, 789
  • French Railway Economics, 004, 080
  • Fret-Saw Machine (A. Ransome and Co., Limited, Newark), 121
  • Friction-Clutch, Too^ood’s Double-Coil, 001 I Friction of Leathers in Hydraulic Presses, 403 I Friction Losses in Internal-Combustion Engines, 1 445, 509
  • Frosty Weather, Indications of, S39 Fuel, Artificial, Binding Materials for, 490 Fuel, Liquid, Kermode’s System for Babcock arid Wilcox Boilers, 74 Fuel, Liquid. See Oil Furl Fuels for Motor Vehicles, 208 Furnace, Rivet, Morton’s Portable, 603. Sccaho Erratum, 559
  • Furnaces, Cambered, for Boilers of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 150
  • Furnace, Electric, 497 Furnaces, Heat Radiation in, 601
  • Fused Salts, Electrolysis of, 527
  • G.-B. Surface-Contact System for Tramways, SS4
  • Gale, Chances of, 257. See 296, 340, 630
  • Gas, Blast-Furnace, Amount and Value of, 4S2, 435
  • Gas from Blast-Furnaces and Coke-Ovens, 789
  • Gas-Calorimeter, Beasley’s Recording, 46
  • Gas-Distribution, Treatise on, S04
  • Gas-Engines. See Engines, Gas Gas-Producer. See also Producer and Suction Gas Schemes in Parliament, 720, 790
  • Gases, Absorption of, by Charcoal, 290
  • Gases Exhausted from a Petrol-Motor, 197, 219 Gases, Ignition Point of, 322 Gaster, Leon, on Developments in Electric Incandescent Lamps, 226, 477 Gattico Tunnel, 99, 705 Gauges, Pressure, Remarks on, 276, 316 Gear-Machining Tools. Sec Machine-Tools Gears, Machine-Cut Double-Helical, 685 Gelatine, Treatise on, 2S9 Generators, Electric. See Alternators and Dynamos under Electric
  • Generators, Gas. See Producer and Suction and Gas
  • German Boiler Explosion, 501
  • German Coal Famine, 178
  • German Coal-Mining, 789
  • German Export Duty on Coal, 309
  • German Export Railway Rates, 62
  • German Materialprufungsamt, Report of, 787
  • German Metal Exchange, 277, 754
  • German Navy Development-, 752
  • German Reichsanstalt, Report of Work, 468, 498
  • German Requirement* of Iron Ore. M(i German Tuning Exiablihlunenia, 4tie, iv^, 664.
  • German Turbine Destroyer, 542 : “ Ghurka,” H.M., Steam Trial* ol, 792 Girder*. See Bridge* and Hoof*
  • Glasgow Harbour, Improvement of, 091 Glues, Treatise on, t«9 ‘•old Coast Railway, 176 v iold-Dredging iu New Zealand, 212 Gold-Mine* in Transvaal, Labour-Saving Appliances at, 705, 720, 702 Governing of Hydraulic Turbine*. 251, 282 Governor, Lenta, for Variable Cut-Off,611 Grafton, The late Alexander, 527 Granite tj'uarrv ing in Aberdeenshire, 180, JN8. 217 Graphite, Deflocculated, for Lubrication, 5TS Graving Hock. See also l*ock Graviog Hock*, New, at Middlesbrough, 630
  • “Great Rritain," Steamer, Engines of, 246
  • Great Central Railway Special Service Wagon*. 205
  • Great Western Railway, Long Non-Stop Ctin, 451
  • Great Western Railway Works, Swindon, 20 1
  • Gregory. Professor J. W.. Pmadtntial Addict* on Iron-Ore Supplie*, 826
  • Griffiths, The late Edwin, 822 Grignard'* Reaction, Applications of, 525 I Grille Water-Tube Boiler, 610 J Grinding-Machines. See Machine-To<>L ? Grinding Processes in Engineering Works, C(9 Grinding-Wheels, Te6ts cf, S65 “Guanabara,” Despatch Vessel for Brazilian Government, 574
  • , Guard* for Machinery in Cotton-Mills, 102,190 Guns and Back-Flash from Modem SmokeUs* Powder, 429
  • Gun-Boat*. See ITarcAtpt Gun*, Comparison* between Freech and English, 729. See 719
  • Guns, Field, Modem French, 776 Gun-Fire in the British Navy, 0*6 I Guns, i^uick-Firing Field, for China, 65
  • Guns. See also Wart flip*
  • Guns, The Strength cf, 7J9. See 729
  • Guns and Type* of Projectile, 244
  • Gyroscopic Apparatus, Schlick’s, to Prevent Ships Rolling, 724
  • Gyroscopic Experiments, 779
  • Gyroscopic Railway, The Brennan, 46
  • Hall, The late George, 668
  • Hammer, Pneumatic, 161, 221, 261
  • Hammer, Pneumatic, The Pilkington, 856
  • Hammers'. See Machine-Tool*
  • Hand Bending Tests of Metals, 829, 862 Harbour, Aberdeen, 180, 881 Harbours, British Fishery, 58, 863, 648, feSl Harbours, Design and Construction of, 753. See 065
  • Harbour Extension at Ke)ham, 890 Harbour Extension* at Rotterdam, 873 Harbours, Foreign and Colonial, 699. See 665 Harbour at Glasgow, Improvement of, 691 Harlour at Newlyn, 38 Harbour Schemes in Parliament, 750, 789 Harbour*. See also Dock*
  • Harbour-Sounding Machine, Weddell’s, 313 Harbour Works at Folkestone, 061 Harbour Works at Peterhead, 210 Harbour Work, Concrete in, 687. Sec 643 Hardening of Ductile Metal, 404 Hardening of High Speed Tool*, 871, 679 Hardening of Steel, 675, 008 Hart, George Adam, on Various Methods of Treating Sewage, IS. 86 Heat-Insulating Materials, Test of, 790 lleat, Optical Measurement* of, 291, 345, 639. See Erratum, 364
  • Heat Radiation in Boiler Furnaces, 001 Heat, Specific, of Superheated Steam, 342 lleat Transference in Steam Boilers, 76 Heater for Boiler Feed for Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 1G0
  • Heater, Live-Steam, for Boiler Feed (C. C.
  • Braithwaite and Sons), 172 Heating and Ventilation of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania," 146 ; " Mauretania,” 628 Ileimbach Hydro-Electric Power-Station, 740, 800
  • Helium and Radioactivity in Common Ores, 204 Hematite Prices Sec Metal-Price Diagram Henderson, John M., on Cablcwa}* Used on Shipbuilding Berths, 181, 376 Herring Drifter Driven bv Oil-Motor, 10 Hertzian Wave Telegraphy. Sec Wirelm Telegraphy under Electric Highclcrc Steam Motor-Car, 747 High-Speed Steel and the Manufacture of Milling-Cutters, 871, 879 High-Speed Tool Steel. Sec Tool Steel Hills, The late Alfred, 271
  • Hoists, Electric, of Cunard Liner “Lusitania,” 143, 166
  • Holborn, Dr. L., on Optical Pyromctry, 291, 345.
  • See 639, and Erratum, 364 Home Office Draft Regulations for Electricity in Factories, 309
  • Home Office Regulations for Factory Ventilation, 274
  • Hong-Kong, Trade in, 372
  • Hopkinson, Professor B., on Exhaust Gases from a Petrol Motor, 197, 219; on the Indicated Power and Mechanical Efficiency of the Ga*- Engine, 547, 570, 648
  • Hopkinson’s Automatic Explosion-Valve, 345. See 71
  • Horne Steam-Trap, 407
  • Homer, Joseph, on Machine-Tools at the Engineering Exhibition, Olympia, 418, 446, 461, 513, 546, 583
  • Hull and Barnsley Railway, Eight-Coupled Locomotive for (Yorkshire Engine Company), GS1 Hull Section of Cunard Liner " Lusitania," 187 Hulls of Ships, Struc tural Development of, 90 Hunter, Mr. O. B., 614
  • Hurricanes, Chance of, 257. See 296, 340, 530 Hydraulic Diaphragm-Testing Machine. 861 Hydraulic Fittings, Design of, 97, 212 Hydraulic Machine-Tools. See Machine-Tool* Hydraulic Power in France, 368 Hydraulic Power and the Ice Difficulty, 216, 258
  • Hydraulic Power in Norway, 209, 342 Hydraulic Presses, Friction of Leathers in, 403 Hydraulic Riveting of the “Lusitania,” 179; of the “ Mauretania,” 124 Hydraulic Turbines, Governing of, 231, 282 Hydraulic Turbines, 212 Hydraulics, A Treatise on, 668 Hydro-Electric Power-Station at Heimbach and the Urft Dam, 740, 800
  • Hydro-Electric Power-Station on River Caffaro, 201
  • Hydro-Plane Motor-Boat, Italian, 467 Hygiene Congress, 54
  • Ice Difficulty and Water-Power, 216, 258
  • Ice-Making Plant on Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 147
  • Ignition and Lighting System, The Leitner, for Motor-Vehicles, 267
  • Ignition Point of Gases, 322
  • Illumination. See also Light and Lighting and Lamps
  • Implements at the Royal Agricultural Show, 22
  • Impulse Water-Wheel, Experimental, 313
  • Indian Irrigation, Oil-Engines for, 401
  • Indian Railway Property, 105
  • Indian Survey Vessel “ Palinurus,” 357 Indicators, Optical, for Gas-Engines, 547,570, 648 Industrial Conditions in the Engineering Trades, 495
  • Industrial Notes, 27, 59, 89, 121, 171, 214, 246, 280, 312, 343, 360, 407, 437, 471, 503, 533, 569, 602, C63, 693, 725, 761, 793, 827, 854, 886 Industry, The French Motor-Car, 753 Injurious Processes in Workshops, 753 Institution, Cleveland, of Engineers, Presidential Address, 765
  • Institutions, Engineering, Functions of, 877 Institutions, Technical. See Civil Engineers, Mechanical Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Naval Architects, Iron and Steel Institute, Physical Society, British Association, and Socitty of Arts
  • Instruments, Electric. See under Electric Instruments at the Physical Society’s Exhibition, 851
  • Insurance of Workmen. See Workmen's Compensation and Legal
  • Interchangeability. See Standardisation Internal-Combustion Engines. See Engines, Internal-Combustion ; Engines, Gas ; Engines, Oil; Engines, Petrol; Motor-Cars; and Motor - Launches
  • Internal Structure of Metals. See Micro-Photographs
  • International Automobile Exhibition, Copenhagen, 765
  • International Electrotechnical Commission, 713 Inventions. See Patents Ionisation, Nature of, 291

Iron and Steel Institute:

  • Vienna Meeting, 431, 465 Opening Proceedings, 431 The Austrian Iron Industry during the last 25 Years, by Wilhelm Kestranek, 431, 439 The Erzberg of Eisenerz, by II. Bauerman, 432, 441
  • Application of the Laws of Physical Chemistry in the Metallurgy of Iron, by Baron II. von Juptner, 432
  • Steel and Meteoric Iron, by Professor Frederick Berwerth, 432, 472 The Determination of the Total Quantity of Blast-Furnace Gas for a given Make and its Calorific Value, by Professor Josef von Ehrenwerth, 432, 435
  • Further Experiments on the Ageing of Mild Steel, by C. E. Stromeyer, 432, 823 The Economic Distribution of Electric Power from Blast-Furnaces, by B. H. Thwaite, 433
  • Steel, Hardening of, 433. See 575, 603 A New Blue-Black Iron Paint as a Protective Covering, by F. J. R. Carulla, 433, 502
  • Excursions The Prager Works, 465 ; The Kladno Works, 465 ; The Althutten Works, 466; The Oesterreichische Alpine Mon- tan-Gesellschaft, 476 ; Witkowitzer Ber- grau-und Eisenhutten Gewerkschaft, 467 ; The Austrian Mining and Iron Works Company, 467
  • The Hardening of Steel, by L. Demozay, 575. 603
  • Iron Carbonyls, 325
  • Iron, Casting, in Metal Moulds, 751
  • Iron, Composition of. See Micro-Photographs Iron and Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete Iron, Electrolytic Corrosion of, in Concrete, 430 Iron-Foundry of Messrs. R. Stephenson and Co., Limited, Hebburn, 236 Iron, Metallurgy of, 432 Iron, Meteoric, and Steel, 432, 472 Iron Ore in Austria, 432, 439, 441 Iron Ore De^site in Norway, 567, 593 Iron Ore, Future Supplies of, 326 Iron Ore, German Re»juirements of, 846 Iron, Paint for, 433, 502 Iron and Steel Bridges. See Bridges Iron and Steel Manufacture, Application of Science in, 765
  • Iron Structural Material, Welding in Place, 12,33 Ironclad. See Warships
  • ironmongery and Hardware Trades’ Exhibition, 66
  • Iron-Work, Structural. See Steel, Bridges, Roofs, Buildings
  • Iron Works, Austrian, 432, 441, 465, 466, 467
  • Irrigation in Australia, 339
  • Irrigation in India, Oil-Engines for, 401
  • Irrigation of New South Wales, 1
  • Irrigation, Treatise on, 289
  • Irrigation in Western Canaria, 308
  • Islington Show of the Smithfleld Club, 817
  • Isomerism, Dynamic, 323
  • Italian Approaches to Simplon Tunnel, 99, 705
  • Italian Railway Rates, 369
  • Janssen, The late Pierre Charles Oscar, 883
  • Japan, 1912 Exhibition in, 431
  • Japan, Coal Trade and Industry of, 117
  • Japan, Financial Conditions in, 403
  • Japan, Industry and Commerce of, 84
  • Japanese in Formosa, 307 Japanese Shipbuilding* 519
  • Japanese Shipbuilding at Nagasaki, 374
  • Japanese Shipping Subsidies and Railway Nationalisation, 277
  • Japanese Steamship Company, Report of, 311
  • Japanese Steamship Traffic in the Pacific, 311
  • Japanese Steel Foundry, 83
  • Japanese Trade in 1906, 405
  • Japanese Warship Building, 698
  • Jig and Tool Department, Organisation of a, 567
  • Joint, Doulton’s, for Sanitary Pipes in Ships, 631;
  • for Stoneware Pipe, 600 Joints, Hydraulic, for High Pressures, 97, 212 Joints, Welded, Strength of, 426 Junior Institution of Engineers, Presidential Address, by M. Gustave Canet, 729. See 719
  • Jute Preparation and Spinning, 182, 185
  • Kath, The late Hubert, 271 Keir Explosion at May bole, 125 Kelvin, Lord, on the Motions of Ether Produced by Collisions of Atoms, 262, 286 Kelvin, The late Lord, 846 ; Burial of, 883 Kermode’s Liquid Fuel System for Babcock and Wilcox Boilers, 74 Kerr, The late Dr. John, 502 Kestranek, Wilhelm, on the Austrian Iron Industry, 431, 439
  • “ Kestrel,” H.M. Destroyer, After Collision, 245 Key ham Dockyard Extension, 890 Kidderminster Pumping-Engines for, 715 King’s Navy. See Warships Kitchens of Cunard Liner “Lusitania,” 146 Kitchens of Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 627 Kite Investigation of Upper Atmosphere, 296
  • Kites, Tetrahedral Cellular, 116
  • Kladno Iron Works in Austria, 465
  • Kleinfontein Mines, Transvaal, Labour Saving Appliances in, 726, 762
  • Korea, Engineering and Shipping in, 788
  • Laboratories at the Bedford Grammar School, 55
  • Laboratories, Engineering, at Finsbury Technical College, 226, 232
  • Laboratories, Engineering, at University College, 279
  • Laboratories, Testing, in Germany, 554. See also German
  • Laboratory Work for Electrical Students, Treatise on, 321
  • Laboratory Work, Original, 399
  • Labour Affairs. See Industrial Notes
  • Labour Affairs, Peace in, 113, 273
  • Labour Agreement in the Engineering Trade, 495
  • Labour Conciliation Boards in Belgium, 21
  • Labour Conditions in Factories, Treatise on, 321
  • Labour Conditions on French Railways, 686
  • Labour Conditions in French Ships, 879
  • Labour Dispute on British Railways, 656
  • Labour Legislation. See also Workmen's Compensation, Legal, and Trade
  • Labour Questions at the Trades-Union Congress, 367. See Industrial Notes
  • Labour Saving Appliances at Transvaal Mines, 703, 726, 762
  • Lagging Materials, Test of, 790
  • Laing, Mr. Andrew, 615
  • Lake Constance, Telephone Under, 85
  • Lake MjOsen, Regulation of, 209
  • Lamp, The Moore Vacuum Tube, 58
  • Lamps, Developments in Electric Incandescent, 226, 477
  • Lamps, See also Electric
  • Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway ; Compound
  • Goods-Locomotive, 202, 281 ; Motor-Carriage,
  • 213 ; Early Tank-Locomotive, 202
  • Larard, Charles E., on an Electrically-Controlled
  • Testing-Machine and some Torsion Tests, 182,
  • 474, 505. See Erratum, 555
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Latitude, Variation of, 294
  • Laubeuf, A. N., on the Future of Submarine
  • Navigation, 25,122
  • Launch, Electric, for Experiments for Cunard
  • Liner “Mauretania,” 612
  • Launch of H.M.S. “ Bellerophon,” 120
  • Launch of “ Principessa Jolanda,” Accident at,
  • 502, 814
  • Launch of United States Scout “ Salem,” 270
  • Launching - Ways of Cunard Liner “Maure-
  • tania,” 620
  • Launches, Motor. See Motor-Launches
  • Laws of Contracts, Treatise on, 73
  • Leather Packing, Hydraulic Friction of, 403

Legal:

  • 10, 21, 45, 77, 102, 107, 309, 489, 640, 661, 866 Conciliation Boards in Belgium, 21 Great Western Railway Company v. Nether- ton Boiler Works, Limited, 540 Great Western Railway Company v. Pearson and Sons, 661
  • Law of Building, Engineering and Shipbuilding Contracts, Treatise on, 73 Law of Master and Servant, 107 Law Relating to Workmen’s Compensation. Treatise on, 102
  • Patent Law Reform, 19, 45, 77, 107 Patent Laws, The, 489
  • Patents and Designs Act, 1907, Treatise on,
  • SiflA
  • Railway Rates and Charging Orders. Treatis on, 835
  • Regulations, Draft, for the Use of Eleotrlcit in Factories, 301)
  • Legislation. See also Parliament and Legal Leitner Ignition and Lighting System for Moto Vehicles, 267 Lenses, Treatise on, 360
  • Letters to the Editor, 26, 45, 77,107, 212,240,27£ 299, 333, 361, 406, 423, 467, 480, 619, 665, 68( 679, 724, 744, 779, 809, 870 Lewicjii, The late Leonidas, 682 Lifts. See also II(nete Light, Anomalous Dispersion of, 407, 619 Lights, Coloured, Photometry of, 870 Light, The Mechanical Equivalent of, 628
  • Light, The Moore Vacuum Tube, 58 Light, and Spectroscopic Investigations, 293 Light, Verification of Doppler’s Principle, 433 Lighthouses and Marine Signalling, 734 Lighting, Electric, of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 140 ; of “ Mauretania,” 628, 030 Lighting, Electric. See also Electric Lighting and Ignition S) stem, The Leitner, for Motor Vehicles, 267
  • Lincoln Show of the Royal Agricultural Society, 21
  • Lindal Moor Mines, Pumping Plant for, 400 Liquid Fuel, Kermode’s System, for Babcock and Wilcox Boilers, 74 Liquid Fuel in the Navy, 870 Liquid Fuel for Steamers, 690, 745 Literature, 40, 72, 102, 289, 321, 356, 434, 667, 772, 804, 834, 866. See LITERATURE INDEX Lloyd’s Record of Shipping Losses, 309. See Erratum, 336. See also Shipbuilding and Shipping and PARAGRAPH INDEX Local Authorities. See Municipal and London County Council
  • Locomotive, “ Atlantic” Type, for North British Railway Company (The North British Loco motive Company, Glasgow), 781 Locomotive, Compound Goods, for the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway, 202, 281 Locomotives, Compound, for the Railways of the Grand Duchy of Oldenbourg (The Han- novereche Maschinenbau Actien-Gesellschaft), Hanover, 59
  • Locomotive, Eight-Coupled Mineral, for the Hull and Barnsley Railway (The Yorkshire Engine Company, Limited, Sheffield), 681 Locomotive, Four-Wheel Shunting (American Locomotive Company, New York), 838 Locomotives on the Lancashire and Yorkslrre Railway, 213, 281
  • Locomotives, London and North-Western ; Performances of “ Experiment” Class, 98 Locomotive, “Rocket,” and Thomas Atkinson, 299
  • Locomotive, Six-Coupled Express, with Schmidt Superheater, for the Prussian State Railways (The Berliner Maschinenbau Actien-Gesellschaft, Berlin), 486
  • Locomotive, Six-Coupled Metre-Gauge, for the Federated Malay States Railways (Kitson and Co., Limited, Leeds), 105 Locomotive, Six-Coupled Narrow-Gauge, for the Otavi Railway (Arthur Koppel, London), 67. See Erratum, 245
  • Locomotives for the Simplon Tunnel, 489
  • Locomotives, with Superheaters, on the Canadian Pacific Railway, 310 Locomotive Testing Plant at Swindon Works, 20 Locomotive-Wheel Weighing-Machine, 362 Lodge, Sir Oliver, on Tuning of Wireless Telegraphy, 225, 237
  • London County Council and the Port of London, 690
  • London County Council Power Scheme, 20
  • London County Council. See also Municipal
  • London County Council Tramways, 528
  • London County Council Tramways on the Surface-Contact System, 884
  • London and North-Western Railway, Work of the
  • “ Experiment” Class on, 98
  • London, The Port of, 690
  • London Water Supply, 243, 751
  • Long Island City Power-Station of the Penn-
  • sylvania Railway Company, 299, 535, 758, 795,
  • 855. For details see ILLUSTRATED INDEX
  • Longridge’s Report on Breakdowns of Machinery, 306
  • Lorries. See also Motor-Wagons
  • Lubrication with Deflocculated Graphite, 373
  • Lubrication, Forced, for Pedestal, 458
  • Lubrication and Lubricants, Treatise on, 102
  • Lubrication of Turbines, 529
  • " Lucia Carbo,” Train Ferry Steamer, for Buenos Ayres, 332
  • Lusitania,” Cunard Liner, 54, 68, 129, 177, 208, 745. For details, see ILLUSTRATED INDEX
  • Lusitania,” Cunard Liner, Fuel Consumption
  • of, 745
  • “ Lusitania,” Cunard Liner, Steam Trials of, 54, 177, 208. See 129
  • “ Lusitania,” Dimensions of, 130, 131, 135

Machine-Tools:

  • Automatic Machinery, Advantages and Disadvantages of, 231, 313
  • Bending and Straightening Rolls (Craig and Donald, Limited, Johnstone), 482
  • Bevel-Gear Planer (The Bilgram Pfeil and Co., London), 513
  • Boring and Turning-Mill (J. Butler and Co., Halifax), 417
  • Boring and Turning-Mill, Large (John Hetherington and Sons, Limited, Manchester).
  • Boring and Turning Mill, 30-In. (John Stii and Sons, Limited, Halifax), 613 Box-Tool with Roller-Steady (Alfred lie bert, Limited, Coventry), 428 Cam-Grinding Machine* (Schuchardt ai Schutte, London), 416 Capstan Lathes, Cost of Working, 230, 313 Capstan Lathe, 8^ in. Centre (Greenwo< and Batley, Limited, Leeds), 546 Capstan Lathe, 8A-In. Centre (Pollock ai Macnab, Limited, Manchester), 646 Capstan Lathe for 2-In. Bars (John Langai Sons, Johnstone), 413 Capstan Lathes with Chasing-Saddle (Alfr Herbert, Limited, Coventry), 481 Cropping-Machine. John’s, for Angle ai T-Iron (Henry Pels and Co.), 616
  • Die-Sinking and Engraving Machine (Thom Auty and Co., London), 709 Dividing Attachment for Milling-Machi (Ludw. Locwe and Co , Limited, Injudoi
  • Drilling and Tapping Attachments, Portal (J. Butler and Co., Halifax), 483 Drilling and Tapping Machine, Radial (It lock and Macnab, Limited, Mancheste
  • Drill, Five-Spindle (Schuchardt and Schutte London), 461 •
  • Drilling-Machine, High-Speed Radiaf (John Stirk and Co., Halifax), 516. See Erratum, 558
  • Drilling-Machines, Pnemnatio, 181, 221, 251
  • Drilling-Machine, Sensitive (Phoenix Dynamo
  • Company, Limited, Bradford), 516
  • Fret-Saw Machine (A. Ransome and Co., Limited, Newark), 121
  • Gear, Bevel, Bilgram Planer for (Pfeil and Co.). 613
  • Gear Generating Machine (Alfred Herbert, Limited, Coventry), 428
  • Gear-Hobbing Machine (Humpage, Thompson, and Hard}’, Bristol), 448
  • Gear-Hobbing Machine (Selig, Sonnenthal, and Co., London), 584
  • Grinding-Machines, Cost of Working, 230,313
  • Grinding-Machine, Electrically-Driven Portable (The Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, London), 584
  • Grinding-Machine for Cam-Shafts (Schuc-
  • hardt andSchutte, London), 415
  • Grinding-Machine for Mushroom Valves
  • (Alfred Herbert, Limited, Coventry), 546
  • Grinding-Machine for Tools and Cutters
  • (Kendall and Gent, Limited, Manchester),
  • 420
  • Grinding-Machine, Horizontal (The Newall
  • Engineering Conipan}’, Limited, Warring-
  • ton), 420
  • Grinding-Machine, Universal (Greenwood
  • and Batley, Limited, Leeds), 546
  • Hack-Sawing Machine, Large (John Holroyd
  • and Co., Milnrow), 447
  • Hammer, Belt Driven, Planishing (W. and J.
  • Player, Birmingham), 513
  • Hammer, Pneumatic, Planishing (Peter
  • Pilkington, Limited, Bamber Bridge), 836.
  • See 181, 221, 251
  • Hobbing-Machine (Humpage, Thompson,
  • and Hardy, Bristol), 448
  • Hobbing-Machine (Selig, Sonnenthal, and
  • Co., London), 584
  • Key-Seating Machine (Schuchardt and
  • Schutte, London), 428
  • Lathe, All-Geared Headstock (John Stirk
  • and Sons, Limited, Halifax), 513
  • Lathe, All-Gear (Schuchardt and Schutte,
  • London), 416
  • Lathe, Bogert, for Crank-Shaft (Schuchardt
  • and Schutte), 483
  • Lathe, 8-In. All-Geared (George Richards,
  • Limited), 450
  • Lathe, 8£-In. Centre (Pollock and Macnab,
  • Limited, Manchester), 546
  • Lathe, Facing and Boring (John Lang and
  • Sons, Johnstone), 413
  • Lathe for Cutting Oil-Grooves (Selig, Son-
  • nenthal, and Co., London), 451
  • Lathe, Historic (C. Churchill and Co.,
  • Limited, London), 513
  • Lathe, 9-In. High-Speed All Geared (Darling
  • and Sellers, Limited, Keighley), 513
  • Lathe, 7£-In. Centre (Colchester Lathe Com-
  • pany), 151
  • Lathes, Screw-Cutting, Drummond Brothers,
  • Limited, Guildford, 394
  • Milling and Profiling Machine, Vertical (Iven-
  • dall aud Gent, Limited, Manchester), 471
  • Milling-Cutter, Built Up (S. Osborn and Co..
  • Sheffield), 585
  • Milling-Cutters, Manufacture of, 871, 879 Milling - Machine, Circular (Ludw. Loewe and Co., Limited, London), 482 Milling-Machine, Horizontal (Greenwood and Batley, Limited, Leeds), 546 Milling-Machine, Piano-Profile (Kendall and Gent, Limited, Manchester), 483 Milling Machine, Thread. See Thread, <{-c. Milling-Machine, Vertical (Alfred Herbert, Limited, Coventry), 483 Moulding-Machine, Some Limitations of, 807 Moulding-Machine (The Britannia Foundry Company, Coventry), 585. See also Pneumatic Tools
  • Oil-Groove, Lathe for Cutting (Selig, Sonnenthal, and Co., London), 461 Pipe-Threading Machine (The Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, London), 584 Planing and Shaping Machine (George Richards, Limited), 450 Planing Machine, High-Speed (J. Butler and Co., Halifax), 417
  • Planishing-Hammer, Player’s Belt-Driven (W. and J. Player, Birmingham), 613 Pneumatic Hammer (Peter Pilkington, Limited, Bamber Bridge), 836 Pneumatic Tools, Portable, 181, 221, 251,684 Profiling Machine (Kendall and Gent, Limited, Manchester), 483
  • Profiling Machine, Vertical (Kendall and Gent, Limited, Manchester), 471 Radial Drilling, Studding, and Tapping Machiner( Pollock and Macnab, Limited, Manchester), 646
  • Rolling-Mill for Cartridge Metal (Taylor and Challen, Limited, Birmingham), 841 Rolls, Bending and Straightening (Craig and Donald, Limited, Johnstone), 482 Sand-Sifting Machine, Pneumatic (The Con- solidaled Pneuinatio Tool Company), 684 Sawing-Machine, Large Hack (John Holroyd and Co., Milnrow), 447 Screw Angle-Finder (John Holroyd and Co., Halifax), 585
  • Screw Machine, Four-Spindle Automatic (The Simplex Engineering Company, Manchester), 686
  • Screw-Milling Machine (H. W. Ward and Co., Birmingham), 483
  • Screwing-Machine, Automatic (Kendall and Gent, Manchester), 618 Screwing-Machine for Pipes (The Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Company, London),
  • 8hnFck„^and, SWe-Mmlng Machine (George Richards, Limited), 450
  • 8hf Hem? pMiaChi5eA John'8 Splitting and <»Ty Fela and Co., London), 610
  • ^Simmons,aReading),r468*e Hand (Alien and
  • >1 urli I ut-. l oulo Um*mL
  • Slotting.Culler, Roliry (The Hmith Slotting- ! Machine Company, Loudon), 686
  • Blot Drilliug-Machiue (George Richards, ‘ Limited), 460
  • Slotting-Machine for Screw-Head (The Sim- (Simplex Engineering Company, Manchester),
  • Tapping, Drilling, and Studding Machine, Radial (Pollock and Macnab, Limited, Manchester), 610
  • Thread Milling-Machine (John Holroyd and Co., Milnrow), 460
  • Thread Milling-Machine (H. W. Ward and Co., Birmingham), 483
  • Tools, Cutting, Measurement of Forces on, 530,28M, 2H0
  • Turning and Boring-Mill (J. Butler and Co , Halifax), 417
  • Turning and Boring-Mill, large (John Hetherington and Sons, lLimited, Manchester),
  • Turning au<l Boring-Mill, 30-In. (John Hlirk
  • and Soil"*, Limited, Halifax), 613
  • Turret - lathe, Combination (Pollock and
  • Mueuah, Limited. Manchester), 4M2
  • Turret-lathe, Combination, with Chasing-
  • Hadilb- (Alfred llerliert, Limited, (’oven-
  • try), 4MI
  • Turret-lathes, Cost of Working, 230,313
  • Turret-1athe*. Hexagon (Alfred Herbert, Limited, Coventry), (81
  • Vice, Swivelling Bench (Wadkiu and Co.,
  • Uli-mliir), 4fi5
  • Worm-Wheel Ceneratiug • Machine (Alfred
  • llerliert, Limited, Coventry), 428
  • Machinery, The Hrcakdou it** of, :MI6
  • M ai'hinery, < 'otlou, Hufety Appliances f«»r, 102,'".MI
  • Mtehinerj Kxhlhltlon at Olympia. 413, 421, 436,
  • 440, 460, 460, 481. 612, 613, 610, 683. See Errn
  • him, 65M. Nee Olympia in lu.i HTRATKD INDEX
  • Machinery, Modern, und its Future Develop-
  • ment, 230, 313
  • Machinery for Wire-Drawing, 101, 670, 736
  • Machinery for Pre|»uration and Spinning of Jute,
  • 182, 186
  • Machinery for Very High Pressure, D7, 212
  • Magazlnes, Ventilation und Refrigeration of, 12£
  • Magnetism. See Electric and Triutieal Society
  • Maintenance and Itepairs of Machinery, H46
  • Malay States Hallways, Six-Coupled Metre
  • Gauge Locomotive (Kitson nnd Co., Leeds), 101
  • Management of Boiler and Steam Plant, 711
  • Manchester, Engineering Supremacy of, 658
  • Manchester Steam-Users' Association ; Report on Pressure-Gauges, 270, 310
  • .Manchurian Hallway, 211
  • Manganese. See Alloy*
  • Manometer, Bcnsitivo, 770
  • Manufacturing Towns, Treatise on, 321
  • Marconi. See Wireleu Telegraphy undei
  • Electric
  • Marino Engineering in tho Future, 603
  • Marine Engineering. Sen Engine*, Marine
  • Naval Architect*, ('ivil Engineer*' Conference
  • Turbine*, and \Va rah ip*
  • Marine Motors. Sco J/oforsand Motor Launche.
  • Marine Steam-Turbine. Sco Turbine
  • Marine Transport, Development of, 066, 050, 008
  • 732
  • Market, A German Metal, 277, 751
  • Masonry Dams, 308, 105, 610, 655, 587, 070, 724
  • 770
  • Masonry Dams, Treatise on, 007 Masters and Servants’ Cases. 8eo Legal MaterlalprufungHamt, Report of, 787 Matter, The Conservation of, 67 Matthews, Sir William, Presidential Address t« the Institution of Civil Engineers, 050, 60S
  • 732. See 066
  • Mandalay Motor-Car, 078
  • “ Mauretania," Canard Llnor, 124, 303, 000, 060
  • For details, see ILLUSTRATED INDEX See Erra
  • turn. 718 , ,
  • " Mauretania," Ounard Liner, Steam Trials of
  • 3U3, ooo
  • McDonald, D. J., on Observations on Present Day Praotlco in Jute-Preparing and Spinning
  • Measurements and Tests Carried Out at tin ltcichsaiiitnlt, 408, 408. Soo 787 Measurement of Forces on a Cutting-Tool, 230 208, 200

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of:

  • Aberdeen Meeting
  • Opening Proceedings, 180
  • Anerdceii Harbour, by R. Gordon Nicol, 180
  • Dinner and Reception, 181
  • Granite • Quarrying in Aberdeenshire, b;
  • William Simpson, 180, 188, 217
  • Visits and Excursions, 181, 200
  • Cableways Used on Shipbuilding Berths, In
  • John M. Henderson, 181, 378
  • Portable Pneumatic Tools, by Herbert Bing
  • 181,221.251
  • Observations on Present-Day Practice II
  • Jute-Preparing and Spinning, by D. J
  • McDonald, 182, 185
  • An Electrically - Controlled Single-Love
  • Testing-Machine and Some Torsion Tests
  • by Charles E. Larard, 182, 474, f 05. Sei
  • Erratum, 655
  • Peterhead Harbour Works, 210
  • London Meetings, Winter Session
  • Appointment of Honorary Treasurer, 647
  • On the Indicated Power and Meehanica
  • Efficiency of the Gas-Engine, by Professoi
  • Bertram Hopkinson, 647, 570, 648
  • Labour-Saving Appliances at the Mines o
  • the New Kleinfontein Company. Transvaal by Edward J. Way, 703, 720, 702
  • Water Arbitration Prize, 723
  • Notes on the Manufacture and Upkeep of Milling-Cutters, by Dr. H. T. Ashton, 871, 879
  • Mechanics, Teaching of, 297
  • Mechwart, Tho late Andreas, 88
  • " Medusa," Steam-Yacht (Day, Summers, ami
  • Co.), 109
  • Melting-Points of Metals, Determination of, 601
  • MendeleiefT, The Work of, 80
  • Merchant Shipping of Prance, *79 Merchant 8hi|*, Structural Itevelopment of, 90 Mersey Dork-* Electric Transporters, 14 Metal*, Alkaline, Centenary of Discovery of, 8*1 Metals, Determination of Melling-PolnUof, 601 M< tal Exchange, German, 277, 764 Metals, Hard and Soft States in. 401 Metal-Price Diagram, 29, 214,341, 409,000, 792, 684
  • Metals. See Iron, Steel, Tin, Copper, Aluminum, Alloys, and Micro-Photographs Metals, Theory of Klectric Conduction In. 202, 203 I Metallic Filament Lamps, 220, 477. See also La mps
  • • Metallic Moulds. Casting Iron in. 764 Metallurgical Kducation for Students, 8, 31
  • | Metallurgical Prot eases, Electric, 6, 20 Metallurgy of Iron and Physical Chemistry, 432 Metallurgy, Treatise on, 72 Meteoric Iron and Steel. 432, 472 I Meteorological Forecasting of Weather, 267, 310, 630. See 290
  • Meteorological Investigation of Upper Atmosphere, 290. See 704

Meteorological Society, Royal :

  • The Relation of the Rainfall to the Depth of Water in a Well, by C. P. Hooker, 20 Weather and Crops, 1*91-1900, by F. Campbell liayard, 20
  • Report of Uolloon Observations, 704 Meteorological Observations at the Rritish Kite Station, Session 1906-1907, by Miss M. While, Mr. T. V. Pring, and Mr. J. E. Petavel, 701
  • The Possibility of a Topography of the Air Rased on Ilalloon Observations with Special Theodolites, by Captain G. II. Ley, 839 Indications of Approaching Frost, by R. Strachan, 839
  • Meter, Water ; Edwin Allen, 468 Metropolitan Railway, Accident on I he, 699 Metropolitan. See also Lomton Metropolitan Water Supply, 243, 761 Michigan Central Railroad, Tunnel under Detroit River, 630
  • Micro-Structure of Metals. 8ee Micro-Photo-
  • 1 arav A
  • Middlesbrough, New Graving-Docks at, 630
  • “ Midget ” Wheat-Washer, 293
  • Mills, Cotton, Safety Appliances in, 192, 290
  • • Mill, Rolling, for Cartridge Metal (Tuylor and
  • Challen), 841 Mills. 8ee also Factories
  • 1 Milling-Cutters, Notes on the Manufacture of, 871,879. See Machine-Tools I Milling-Machine. See Machine-Tools ' Mines, Application of Electricity to, 6, 30 Mines, Copper, in Norway, 607 Mines, Iron, and German Requirements, 810 Mines, Iron, Depletion of, 320 Mines, Iron, in Norway,667, 698 Mines, The Llnd.al Moor, Pumping Plant for, 493 , Mines; Oxygcn-Rreathing Apparatus, 63, 107, . 08
  • Mines, Railways, and Telegraphs in China, 878 1 Mines, Rescue Work in, 63, 107, 698
  • Mine Winding-Engine. See Engines, Winding, , and Colliery
  • Minerals. Sec also Jlailicay Mining in Austria, 431, 432, 439, 441 , Mining Coal in Germany, 789
  • Mining Education for Students, 8, 31 Mining Grnnito in Aberdeenshire, 180, 188, 217 Mining Industry of New South Wa’es, 601 Mining in Russia, 21
  • Mining Machinery. Sec also Engines, Colli, ry, 1 and Electric
  • Mining in the Transvaal; Labour-Saving Appliances, 703, 726, 702 Mirrors, Copper, 320
  • Miscellanea, 49. Ill, 206, 270, 303, 305, 397, 427, 401, 493, 631, 659, 691, 683, 717, 749, 813, 876 “ Model Engineer ” Exhibition, 507 Model Experiments for Design of Cunanl Liner “ Lusitania,” 131 ; of “ Mauretania," 012 “ Mohawk," II.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer, 722 Moiss.au, The Work of, 88 Molecular Dissociation, 291
  • Money-Adding and Typewriting Machine, The Elliot-Fisher, 807 Monorail Car, The Brennan, 46 Monorail Railways, 212, 240 “ Montgomeryshire," Boiler Explosion on the, 76 Moore Vacuum Tube Light, 68 Mooring Buoy for the “Lusitania ” and “ Mauretania," 267
  • Morison’s Condensing Plant, 406, 046 Morris, J. T., on Oscillographic Study of Low- Frequency Arcs, 220, 233 Morse, L. G. E, on Exhaust Gases from a Petrol Motor, 197, 219
  • Morton’s Portable Rivet Furnace, 603. See also Erratum, 659
  • Motor-Boat, Hydroplane, 467 Motor-Boat “Thankful” for Herring-Fishing, 10 Motor-Car, The Argyll, 077 Motor-Car, Arrol-Johnston, for Antarctic Expedition, 630
  • Motor t’ar, The Birmingham Small-Arms Co., 743
  • Motor-Car, The Daimler, 675 Motor-Car, 18-Horse-Power Darraeq, 693 Motor-Car, The Deasy, 677 Motorcars, Exhibition at Copenhagen, 765 Motor-Car Exhibition at Olympia, Notes on, 770 Motor-Car Exhibition, 675, 721, 743, 747, 770. See Olympia and Motor-Car Details under lLLU8TRATRn INPBX Motor-Car Industry in France, 753 Motor-Car, The Maudslay, 078 Motor-Car, The Pilgrim, 780 Motor-Cars, Reliability Trials of, 338 Motor-Car, The Sheffield-Simplex, 076 Motor-Car, The Siddeley 45-Horse-Power, 688 Motor-Cars, Steam ; The Ilighclere Motor-Car Syndicate, 747
  • Motor-Cars, Steam, The Fawcett-Fowler, 7S Motor-Cars, Supply of Fuel for, 20S Motor-Car, The West Aster, 677 Motor-Car Tyres, The Reavell Air-Compressor for, 691, 724
  • Motor-Cam***, Bui, Rhymney Railway. tUU Mo tor-Carriage, Railway, forth* Lan **hire and Yorkshire Railway, 213
  • Motors, Induction, Driving Centrifugal Rumps,
  • Motors. Internal-Combustion. Sre Engines, OB; Engine*, Cat; Engtnes. Petrol; Motor-Car, Motor-Omnibus, and Motor-Launch Motors, Internal-Combustion, for Ship - Propulsion, 24
  • Motor Lorry veisus Tractor, 597 Motor, Oil, for Agricultural Purposes, 758 Motor-Omnibuses. Petrol, Pipes for, 279 Motor, Petrol, 500-Horse-Power. 231 Motors, Petrol, Efficiency of, 445, 509 Motors, Petrol. Exhaust Cases from, 197, 219 Motors, Petrol Fuel for, 208 Motors, Petrol, Present Position of. 193, 409 Motors, Petrol. 8ec Motor-Cars; Eiojitws, Petrol Motor, The Pittler Rotary, 421 Motor Vehicles, Electric TiansmUsiou Gear for. 45
  • Motor Vehicles, The Leitner Ignition and lighting System, 207
  • Motor-Wagon, 5-Ton Steam (Manus Patent Steam-Cart and Wagon Company, Leeds), 2i Motor-Wagons, Official Trials of, 503, 58G Motor-Wagons. See also Tractor Motor-Wagon versus Tractor, 597 Motor-Wagous with Wooden Tyred Wheels (Savage Brothers), 23
  • Motor-Yacht “Swiellaoa" (Thornycroft and GoA 8U6
  • Moulding Machines, 535, 807 Moulding-Machine, Some Limitations of, 807 Mumford, E. II., on Some Limitations of the Moulding-Machine, b</7 Municipal Power Scheme for Ixmdon, 20 Municipal Trading, Effects of, 658 Municipal Trading. See also London County Council
  • Municipal Tramways, 528. See also Erratum, 558
  • Nagasaki, Shipbuilding at, 374
  • Nash Bottle-Washing Machine, 521
  • Natal Government Railways, 400
  • National Physical Laboratory, Experiments on Wind Pressure, 778

Naval Architects, Institution of:

  • Bordeaux Congress, 24, 01 : —
  • Compensation of Sea-Compasses and Permanent Inductivity, by Mr. Devaureix, 24 Ship-Propulsion by Non-Reversing Engines, by Mr. Leoointc, 24
  • Steering Compass with a Lighting Device, by Mr. Gaillard, 24
  • On the Speed of Battleships, by William llovgaard, 24
  • Further Results of Submarine Signalling by Means of Sound, b\ J. B. Milieu 25 Papin and the Invention of the 8teaml»oai, l*> 1*1.>t.— -r i: <i« rlaud, 25 The Influence of the Results of the Russo- Ja|tanese War on Naval Architecture, by Van Meerten, 25
  • The Suh-Surface Torpedo-Boat, by W. T. Bal*coek, 25
  • Ventilation and Refrigeration of Ammunition-Holds, by Adrien Bochet, 25, 125 Vibrations on Board Ship, their Cause, and a Simple Means of Counteracting them, by S. A. Wehmeyer, 25 Visit to Creusot, 20
  • Some Practical Points in the Application of the Marine Steam Turbine, by the lion. ! C. A. Parsons and II. Wheatley Ridsdale, 01
  • Structural Development in British Merchant !
  • Ships, by J. Foster-King, 90 The Present and Future of Submarine Navigation, by A. N. Laubeuf, 25, 122. See 333 On the Use of Hydraulic Riveting in the Construction of (he "-Mauretania," by E. W. De Kusott, 124
  • Naval Architecture after the Russo-Japanese War, 25
  • Naval Construction. See also Warships Naval Development in Germany, 752 Naval Equipment, Comparison between French and English, 729. See 719 Naval Machinery. See Warships, Boilers, Engines, and Turbines
  • Navy, New Deputy Engineer-in-Chief of, 690.
  • See 590
  • Naval Personnel, Efficiency of, 51
  • Naval Port, Russian, on the Murman Coast, 566
  • Naval. See also Navy
  • Naval Strategy, 525
  • Navy, Engineer-in-Chief of, 596. See 690 Navy, The French, 789 Navy, Gun-Fire in the British, 6S5 Navy and Parliament, 207 Navy Repairs Question, 337 Navy ami the Use of Liquid Fuel, 870. See Torpedo-Boat Destroyers New South Wales, The Barren Jack Reservoir, 1 New South Wales Mining Industry, 501 New South Wales Railway Report, 464 New York Subway, Air of, 840 New Zealand, Gold-Dredging in, 212 New Zealand, Progress of, 6S0 New Zealand Railway Economics, 695 Newcastle Tramways, 3000-Horse-Power Triple- Expansion Engine, Test of, 117 Newlyn Harbour, 38
  • Niool, R. Gordon, on Aberdeen Harbour, 180. See 831
  • Nile Bridge, New, 342 Nippon Yuscn Kaisha, Report of, 311 Nitrogen, Atmospheric, Fixation of, 821 North British Railway Company ; Atlantic Type Passenger Locomotive, 781 North, Notes from the, 17, 48, SO, 110, 1S3, 204, 238, 271, 302, 334, 364, 396, 426, 460. 492, 522, 658, 690, 661, 6S2, 716, 748, 782, 812, 842, 874 Norway, Iron Ore Deposits in, 667, 598 Norway, Shipbuilding in, 566 Norwegian Water-Power Scheme, 209, 3*2 Notos. See Cleveland, North, South-West, South Yorkshire, United States, Industrial, Legal, and Miscellanea

Obituary:

  • Oceans, Theory of Formation of. £69
  • Oil Engine*. See Engines, Oti ; Motor-Cars ; Motors, Tractors, Petrol, and Motor Launches
  • Oil Fuel, Kertuude’s System, lor BaUxick ami Wilcox Boilers, 74
  • Oil Fuel in the Navy, 870. See also Torpedo- | Holt Destroyers under B'ariAips I Oil Fuel. See also Purl, Liquid Oil Fuel lor Steamers, 690, 746, 870 oil Lubrication lor Marine Turbines, 629 ! Oils and Lubrication, Treatise on, 102 j Oil Output of Kussia, ?1 Oil. Sie also Lubrication Oil and Water Viscosity, 403 Olimpia, Machinery and Engineering Exhibition at, 413. 421. 430 440, 460. 469, 481, 612,513, 646, 683. See Erratum, 668. See iLLrsrfiATED Is DU
  • Olympia. Motor-Oar Exhibition at, 075, 7£1, 743, 747, 770. For details see ILLIHTRATKD INDEX, under Oh/mpia and Motor-Car olympia Motor-Car Exhibition, Notes on, 77»\ See Olympia and Motor-Car under ILLIS- TEATED INDEX
  • Opening-Bridge at Portsmouth, 15
  • Optical Indicator for Gas-Engines, 547, 570, 648
  • Optical Pyrometry, 291, 345, 531*. See ernUum,
  • Optical Work Done at the Reichsanstalt, 463, 498
  • Optics, Treatise on, 356
  • Oranienburg Railway, Track-Testing Station at, 764
  • <irdnance. See Warships and Guns Ore Deposits in Austria, 431, 432. 439, 441 Ore, Iron, Future Supplies of, 320 Ore, Iron, Norwegian, Deposits, 567, 598 Ore. See also/ron
  • Organisation of a Jig and Tool Department, 607 Original Research, 399
  • Oscillographic Study of Low-Frequency Arcs, 220, 233
  • Otavi Railway, Narrow-Gauge, German South- West Africa, 67. See Erratum, 215
  • Oxygen Apparatus for Artificial Respiration, 698
  • Oxygen-Breathing Apparatus for Mines, 63, 107
  • Pacific Steamship Traffic., 211
  • Packing, Hydraullo, Friction of, 403
  • Paint for Iron, 433, 602
  • “Palinurus,” Indian Survey Vessel, 357
  • Parliament, Engineering Schemes in, 720, 755,
  • Parliament and the Navy, 207
  • Parliament and Navy Repairs, 337
  • Parliament and the Navy. See also Warship?,
  • Engineers, and Naval
  • Parliament and the Patent Law, 19, 45, 77, 107, 489, 800
  • Parsons, C. A., on Applications of Marine Steam Turbine, 61
  • Patehell, William H., on Economic Considerations of the Management of Plants 711
  • Patent and Designs Act, 1907, Treatise on, 866
  • Patent Law Reform, 19, 45, 77, 107, 4S9
  • Patent Record, 65, 127, 223, 320, 381, 411, 443
  • 479, 641, 607, 765, 701, 767, 798, 828, &9
  • Peace in Labour Affairs, 113, 273
  • Pearce, The late Sir William G., Bart, 031
  • Peat, Its Use and Manufacture, Treatise on, 41
  • Peat Utilisation, The Ziegler System of, 071
  • Pedestal with Forced Lubrication, 458
  • Pelton Water-Wheel, Experimental, 313
  • Pelton Water-Wheels, Governing of, 231, 2*2
  • Pennsylvania Railroad Company, Power-Station of, 299, 535, 758, 795, 855
  • Periodicity, Determination of, from a Broken Series, 294
  • Perkin, The late Sir William, 81
  • Petavel, J. E., on the Design of Machinery for Very High Pressures, 97. See 212
  • Peterhead Harbour Works, 210
  • Petrol-Motors. See Engines, Petrol; Motor-Cars;
  • Motors, Petrol; Motor-Launches, Motor-Buses, and Motors
  • Petrol-Pipes for Motor-Vehicles, 279 Petrol, Substitutes for, 203 Petrol, Welded Tanks for Storage of, S3S Pettigrew, The late John, 365 Photographs, Micro. See also Micro Photographs
  • Photometry of Coloured Lights, 870 Physical Papers at British Association. See British Association.
  • Physical Properties of Metal. See Alloys and Micro-Photographs

Physical Society:

  • Magnetic Oscillators as Radiators in Wire- less Telegraphy, by Dr. J. A. Fleming, 695
  • The Use of Variable Mutual Inductances, by A. Campbell, C95, 757
  • A Freehand Graphic Way of Determining Stream Snrfa es and Equipotentials, by L. F. ltichardson, 757
  • The Literal Vibration of Bars Supported at Two Points with One End Overhanging, by J. Morrow, 757
  • Diabolo Experiment, by C. V. Boys, 779 Sinking Sand, 779 ‘ Exhibition of Apparatus, 851 Pier at Folkestone, Extension of, 631 Pit rs of British Fishery Harbours, 38, 383, 543, 831
  • Pig Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diajrams Piles, Ferro-Concrete, for the Cala Mineral Railway, 517. See also Ferro-Concrete Pilgrim Motor-Car, 780
  • Pipes, Petrol, for Motor Vehicles, 279 Pipes, Sanitary, on Board Ship, 032 Pipes, Stoneware, Doulton’s Joint for, 600 Pihton-Rings, The Allen, 512 Piston-Rings (J. B. Better and Sons), 818 Pittler Rotary Pump and Motor, 421 Planet*, Reason for Shape of. 259
  • Planing Machines. See Machine Toole Plating of Cunard Liner “Lusitania,” 139 ; of “ Mauretania,” 616 Ploughing Tractor, Oil-Driven, 758 Pneumatic Hammer, The Pilkington, 816 Pneumatic Pipe-Threading Machine, 584 Pneumatic Sand-Sifting Machine, 684 Pneumatic Tools, Portable, 181, 221, 251 Pneumatic Tools. See also Machine-Tools Pocket-Books. See Year-Books Polytechnic College, Copenhagen, 88 Port of Blyth, 211 Port of London, 690
  • Port, Russian Naval, on the Murinan Coast, 566 Port. See also Harbours and Docks Portland Cement, British Standard Specification, 744
  • Poulsen Wireless Telegraphy, 789 Powder, Smokeless, and Back-Flash, 429 Power Gas. See Engine, Gas, Suction-Gas, Blast- Furnace Gas, and Producer-Gas Power Plants. See Electric and Hydro-Electric Power Scheme of the London County Council, tO Power-Station. See also Electric and Urft Power-Station, The Caffaro Hydro Electric, 201 Power, Water. See also Hydro-Electric Prager Iron Works in Austria, 465 Pratt’s Steam-Trap, 569
  • Presidential Address to the Association of Engi- neers-in-Charge, 711
  • Presidential Address to the British Association by Sir David Gill, 179
  • Presidential Address to Chemical Section of British Association, 322, 376 Presidential Address to Cleveland Institution of Engineers, 765
  • Presidential Address to Engineering Section of British Association, 173
  • Presidential Address to Institution of Civil Engineers, 659, 698, 732. See 655 Presidential Address to the Junior Institution of Engineers, 729. See 719 Presses, Hydraulic, Friction of Leathers in, 403 Pressure on Cutting-Tools, Measurement of, 239, 268, 269
  • Pressure-Gauge, Sensitive, 779 Pressure-Gauges. Tests of, 276, 316 Pressure of Wind, Experiments on, 778 “ Principessa Jolanda,” Accident at the Launch of, 502, 814
  • Private Bill Legislation. See Parliamentary Prize, The Water Arbitration, 723 Producer-Gas Engine. See Engines and Gas Projectiles for Guns, Types of, 244 Propeller Experiments of Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 612 ; of “Lusitania,” 1$5 Propeller Shafting of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,”
  • 158
  • Propellers for Turbine Steamers, 77 Propeller*, Vibration of, in Turbine Steamers, 208, 656, 870
  • Protection of Iron by Paint, 43J, 502 Prussian State Railways, Six-Coupled Express Locounlive with Schmidt Superheater, 486 Pumps, Air, for Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 160.
  • See 643
  • Pumps, Ballast, for Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 164
  • Pump, Boiler Feed, for Superheated Steam (Sheppee Motor Company, York), 436. See Erratum, 457
  • Pumps for Boiler Feed (Thwaites Brothers), 459 Pumps, Centrifugal Circulating, for Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 157 ; for “ Mauretania,” 642 Pumps, Dry-Air, for Cunard Liner u Lusitania,”
  • 158 ; for “ Mauretania,” 643
  • Pumps and Fans, Action of Centrifugal, 2, 30, 1 218, 287, 690
  • Pumps, Feed-Water, for Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 159
  • Pump, High-Speed, for Motor-Car Tyres, 651,724 i Pump, The Oddesse Compound, 424 Pump, Oil, for Shaft Pedestals, 458 Pump, The Pittler Rotary, 421 Pumps, Sanitary, for Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 616
  • Pump, Three-Throw, with Variable Delivery, 459 Pump, Triple-Action Plunger (W. H. Wilcox and Co.), 822
  • Pumping, The Cost of, 26 Pumping with Oil Engines in India, 401 Pumping Plant, Centrifugal, for Cardiff Dock, 331
  • Pumping Plant, Electrical, at the Lindal Moor Iron-Mines, 490
  • Pumping Plant for Kidderminster Water-Works, 715
  • Papin Telephone Cable Under Lake Constance, 85 Pyrometers for Gas-Engine Cylinders, 887 Pyrometry of Melting Points of Metals, 601 P>rometry, Optical, 291, 345, 639. See Erratum, 394
  • Quadruple-Expansion Engines. See Enginre
  • “Quail,” H.M. Destroyer, after Collision, 245
  • Quarrying Granite in Aberdeenshire, 180, 188, 217
  • Quays. See Harbours, Docks, and Wharves F
  • Quebec Bridge, Collapse of, 329, 351, 301, 371, 388, 391, 401, 418, 423, 449. 457, 470, 481, 815. I For Details see ILLUSTRATED INDEX 1
  • Quick Work on Steamers, 45
  • Quickfiring Guns. See Guns n,ni\ Warships I
  • Quicksilver. See Metal'Price Diagram
  • Radiation in Boiler Furnaces, 001
  • Radiation, Luminous, The Mechanical Equivalent of, 528
  • Radiation, Optical Measurements of, 291, 345, 539. See Erratum, 364 '
  • Radioactivity, 810
  • Radioactivity and the Sources of Radium, 84
  • Radiotelegraphy. See Wireless under Electric
  • Radium Emanation, Researches on, 116
  • Radium, Production and Properties of, 266 1
  • Rails, Tramway, Corrugation of, 228, 256
  • Railway Accident at Shrewsbury, 530, 555, 586 1
  • Railway Accident at West Hampstead, 599
  • Railway Affairs, Argentine, 568 1
  • Railway Autocar. See Motor Carriaje Railway, The Brennan Monorail, 45 Railway Carriages. See Carriages Railways of Ceylon, 846
  • Railway Construction, Current, 278 1
  • Railway Couplings, Automatic, 45 1
  • Rails, Defects of American, 688 j Railway Dispute, Suggestions Concerning, 746 Railway Dispute, The, 656 1
  • I Railway Economics, French, 604, 680 j Railway Economics in New Zealand, 695 1
  • ' Railway, Electric. See also Electric Railway Electrification in Sweden, 819 I Railway Engineering Instruction, 372 i Railway Fish-Plates, Drop-Forged, 407 : 1
  • Railways, German, Accumulator Cars for, 21 Railway, Government, on the Gold Coast, 178 1
  • Railways, Government, in Natal, 400 Railways of the Grand Duchy of Oldenbourg, ] Compound Locomotive for, 59 Railway Labour Conditions, 305 Railway Locomotive. See Locomotive and Motor- 1 I . Car, Rail, and under Electric | Railway, London and North-Western ; Work of I
  • “ Experiment” Class, 98 !
  • i Railways in Manchuria, 211 !
  • Railways, Monorail, 212, 246 Railway Motor-Car on Rhymney Railway, 600 !
  • Railway, Narrow-Gauge, Otavi, for German !
  • South-West Africa, 67. See Erratum, 245 Railway Nationalisation in Japan, 277 Railways in New South Wales, 464 Railways, Parliamentary Schemes, 789 ; Railway Progress, Canadian, 518, 778 i Railway Property, Indian, 105 Railway Property, Scotch, 470
  • Railway, Proposed High-Speed Electric, in Sweden, 403
  • Railway Rates and Charging Orders, Treatise on, 835
  • Railway Rates, Continental, 369 Railway Rates, French Export, 242 Railway Rates, German Export, 62 Railway Returns, British, 526, 538 Railway and Road Bridges. See Bridges Railway Rolling Stock. See Carriages, Locomotives, Motor-Carriage, and Wagorn Railway Run, Long Non-Stop, on Great Western Railway, 431
  • Railways, Safety of, in Different Countries, 276 Railway Schemes in Parliament, 720, 765, 789 Railway Signalling, 817
  • Railway, Single-Phase, The Valle Brembana, 277 Railway Sleepers, 83 Railway Sleepers, Future Supply of, 785 Railways for both Steam and Electric Traction, 405, 457
  • Railways, Steam and Electric, in Switzerland, 116
  • Railway, Street. See Tram wag ’ Railways, Telegraphs, and Mines in China, 878 Railway Track-Testing Station in Germany, 754 Railway Train Ferry Steamer “ Lucia C'arbo,” 332 , Railways, Underground, and Subsidence of Foundations, 679 Railways of the United Slates, 57 i Railway Viaduct, Ferro-Concrete, Richmond and Chesapeake Railway, 863
  • Railway Viaduct, Ferro-Concrete, at Seville, 617 1 Railway Wagons on Great Central Railway, 203 ! Railway Weighing - Machine for Locomotives, 302 i Railway Works, Great Western Railway, Swin- ! i don, 20
  • Ramsay, Sir W., on Radium Emanations, 116 Itateau, Professor A., on High-Pressure Centrifugal Fans, 2, 30, 248, 287, 690 Rates, Railway, and Charging Orders, Treatise on, 835
  • Reavell Air-Compressor, Efficiency Tests of. 27. See 2, 29
  • Reavell Air-Compressor for Motor Tyres, 091, 724 Reavell, W., on Reciprocating Air-Compressors,
  • Recke-Ruston Valve-Gear for Drop-Valves, 437 Reduction of Fused Salts, 627 Refrigerating Machinery on Ounard Liner “Lusitania,” 147
  • Refrigeration and Ventilation of Ammunition- Holds, 126
  • Refuse-Disposal in Berlin, 500 1 Regulation of Lake Mjttsen, Norway, 209 Regulations, Draft, for the Use of Electricity in Factories, 309
  • Reichsanstalt, Testing Work at, 408, 493 Reinforced Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete Reliability Trials of Motor-Cars, 338 | Repairs and Maintenance of Machinery, 845 Repairs of Navy Ships, 337 Repairs to White Star Liner “Suevic,” 602 Report, Annual, of M. Longridge on Breakdowns of Machinery, 308 Research, Original, 399
  • Reservoir, The Barren Jack, in New South Wales, 1
  • Resistance of Railway Trains, 114, 809 Respiration, Artificial, Apparatus for, 63,107,508 Returns of British Railways, 305 Reviews. See LITERATURE INDEX Rhymney Railway, Motor-Carriage for, 000 Richmond and Chesapeake Bay Railway, Ferro-Concrete Viaduct, 863
  • Ridsdale, H. W., on Applications of Marine
  • Steam-Turbine, Gl
  • River-Sounding Machine, NVeddell’s, 313
  • Rivers, Progressive and Stationary Waves in,
  • 118, 281, 317 „
  • Rivet Furnace, Portable, 503, G18. See also
  • Erratum, 559 r .
  • Riveting of Hull of Cunard Liner “Lusitania, 139 ; of “Mauretania,” 124
  • Road Bridges. See Bridges
  • Road Locomotion. See Motor-Cars, Motor-Buses,
  • Motor-Wagons, and Traction
  • Robins, Beniamin, Anniversary, 76
  • “Rocket” Locomotive and Thomas Atkinson, 299
  • Rolling-Mill for Cartridge Metal (Taylor and Challen), 841 .
  • Rolling-Stock. See Carriages, Locomotives,
  • Motor-Carriages, and Wagons
  • Rolls, Bending and Straightening (Craig and Donald, Limited, Johnstone), 482
  • Roofs of Buildings for Franco-British Exhibition, 737, 769
  • Ropeway, Aerial, for Shipbuilding Berths, 181,378
  • Ropeway, Aerial Wire, for Conveying Coal, 652
  • Rotary Pump and Motor, The Pittler, 421
  • Rotterdam Harbour Extension, 373
  • Rowley, Walter, on Mining and Metallurgical Education of Students, 8, 31
  • Royal Agricultural Society. See Agricultural
  • Royal Automobile Club Trials of Commercial Vehicles, 663, 586
  • Royal Mail Steam Packet Company Steamer “Avon,” 14
  • Royal Meteorological. See Meteorological Royal Navy. See Navy, Naval, and Warships Ruck-Iveene, Harry Arthur, on the Welding of Structural Materials in Place, 12, 33 Rural Water Supplies, 594 Russia, Fuel in, 21
  • Russian Naval Port on the Murman Coast, 566 Russo-Japanese War and Naval Architecture, 25
  •  ! “ Salem,” United States Turbine-Driven Scout, 270
  • Saloons on Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 68, 140 Saloons on Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 623 Salts, Fused, Electrolysis of, 527 San Francisco Earthquake, 37 ; Sand Filtration of Water Supplies, 577, 708 Sand-Moulding Machine, Limitations of, 807 Sand-Sifting Machine, Pneumatic, 684 I Sand, Singing, 779
  • l Sandwich System and the Training of Engineers,
  •  : 488
  • Sanitary Fittings on Cunard Liner “Mauretania,” 631
  • Sanitary Pipes, Doulton’s Joint for, 600 Sanitation, Congress on, 54 Sankey, Captain II. Itiall, on Hand Bending- Tests, 829, 882
  • “ Sarco ” Feed-Water Analyser, 344 Saw, Fret, Machine (A. Ransome and Co.), 121 Sawing-Machine, Large Hack (Holroyd), 447 Scantlings of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 137 ; of “ Mauretania,” 124, 616 Schemes in Parliament. See Parliamentary Schlick’s Gyroscopic Apparatus to Prevent Ships Rolling, 724
  • Schmidt Superheater on German Locomotive, 486 Scotch Railway Property, 470 Scottish Reliability Trials of Motor-Cars, 338 Scouts. See Warships Screening-Machine, Pneumatic, for Sand, 584 Screw-Cutting Lathe. See Machine-Tools Screw-Propellers. See Propellers Screw-Threads, Standardisation of, 695 Screwing-Machine. See Machine-Tools Sea Power. See Naval Seismological Investigations, 295 Self-Propelled Vehicles. See Motor-Cars, and Motor- Wagons
  • Sewage, Comparison of Methods of Treatment of, 13, 36
  • Sewage Disposal in Berlin, 600
  • Sewage Disposal by Biological Processes, 13, 34
  • Sewage Schemes in Parliament, 790
  • Shafting of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 158
  • Shafts. Strength of, 306, 333, 361, 423
  • Shaping-Machines. Soe Machine. Tools
  • Shearing-Machines, See Machine Tools
  • Sheet-Metal Rolling-Mill (Taylor and Challen), 841
  • Sheffield-Simplex Motor-Car, 676
  • Shells for Guns, Types of, 244 Shipbuilding Berth of Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 620
  • i Shipbuilding Berths, Cableways Used on, 181, 378 Shipbuilding, British, and Competition, 497 Shipbuilding in Japan, 519 Shipbuilding at Nagasaki, 374 Shipbuilding in Norway, 566 Shipbuilding. See also Warships and Naval Architects
  • Shipbuilding Trade, 57 Shipping and Engineering in Korea, 788 • Shipping Losses, Lloyd’s Register of, 309. See Erratum, 336
  • Shipping, Mercantile, of France, 879 Shipping Subsidy in Japan, 277 Ships, Early, and High Tensile Steel, 45 Ships, Merchant, Structural Development of, 00 i Ships, Prevention of Rolling of, 724
  • Ship-Propulsion by Non-Reversing Engines, 24 Ships. See also Steamers and Warships Ships, Signalling, by Means of Sound, 25 Shrewsbury Railway Accident, 530, 666, 686 Siberia, Imports of Agricultural Machinery, 821 Siddeley Motor-Car, 45-Horse-Power, 588 Signalling on Railways, 817 i Signalling at Sea, 734 Signalling, Submarine, by Means of Sound, 25 Simplon Tunnel, Italian Approaches to, 99, 705 Simplon Tunnel, Locomotives for, 489 Simpson, William, on Granite - Quarrying in Aberdeenshire, 180, 188, 217 Skinner, Frank W., on the Quebec Bridge over the St. Lawrence, 351,888, 391, 418, 4i9, 484 610. See 829, 361, 371, 401, 423, 457, 470, 816 ’
  • Sleepers, Railway, Future Supply of, 785 Sleepers for Railways, 83 I Slide-Rule with Magnifying Cursor, 362
  • Slotting-Machines. Sec Machine Tools
  • Sluice-Valve for Cunard Liner Mauretania, Oil
  • Smithells, Professor A., on Chemical Science and
  • Flame Problems, 322, 370
  • Smithfleld Club Show, S17
  • Smokeless Powder and Back-Flash, 429
  • Societies, Engineering, Functions of, 877
  • Society, ltoyal Agricultural. See Agncultura.
  • Society. See Institution
  • Soldering Materials, Tests of, 593
  • Soot, Effects of, in Boiler. 310
  • Sound, Submarine, Signalling by, 25
  • Sounding-Machine, Weddell’s, for Rivers and
  • Harbours, 313
  • South Africa. See also Cape Colony, Natal,
  • Orange River Colony, Rhodesia, and Transvaal
  • South American Railway Affairs, 508
  • South-West, Notes from, 17, 49, 81, 111, 184, 205,
  • 239, 271, 303, 335, 305, 397, 427, 401, 493, 523,
  • 559, 591, 001, 083, 717, 749, 783, 813, 843, 875
  • South Yorkshire, Notes from, 17, 48, 80, 110, 184,
  • 204,239, 271, 302, 335, 304, 396, 420, 461, 492, 523
  • 558, 590, 601, 682, 716, 748, 783, 812, 843, 875
  • Spark Telegraphy. See Wireless Telegraphy
  • under Electric . .
  • Sparks, C. P., on Applications of Electricity to
  • Mines, 6, 30
  • Specific Heat of Superheated Steam, 342
  • Spectra of Elements, 754
  • Spectroscope Investigations, 293
  • Spectroscopy, Use of Calcium in, 293
  • Speed-Frames in Cotton Mills, Safety Appliances
  • for, 192. See 290
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal-Price Diagram
  • Spinning and Preparation of Jute, 182, 185
  • Splash of a Drop, 297
  • St. Lawrence Bridge at Quebec, Collapse of, 326,
  • 357, 361, 371, 388, 391, 401,418,423,449,457,
  • 470, 484, 815. For Details see Quebec Bridge in
  • ILLUSTRATED INDEX
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral, Subsidence of Foundation,
  • 679
  • Stability, Secular, 297 Staging, Braced, Stresses in, 229, 333, 361 Standardisation of Electrical Terms and Machinery, 713
  • Standardisation of Screw Threads, 695 Stanford, Ferro-Concrete Bridge at, 266 Starting-Gear, Electric, for Large Engines, 363 Starting and Manoeuvring Valves for Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 640 Stations, Electric Power. See under Electric and Hydro-Electric
  • Steamboat, Invention of the, 25 Steamboats. See Steamers Steam Boilers. See Boilers Steam-Consumption. See also Steam Trials, Turbines, Tests, and Diagrams in ILLUSTRATED INDEX
  • Steam-Engines. See Engines Steam-Gauges, Remarks on, 276 310 Steam and Hand Steering-Gear, The Archer, 513 Steam, Latent Heat and other Properties of, 342, 468
  • Steam-Lorrios. See Motor- Wagons Steam-Pipes, Tests of Isolating Valves, 71. See 345
  • Steam-Superheaters. See Superheaters Steam-Trap, The Horne, 407 Steam-Trap, Pratt’s, 569
  • Steam Trials of Cunard Liner “Mauretania,” 393, 656
  • Steam Trial of Curtis Turbine Steamer “Creole,” 695
  • Steam Trials of H.M.S. “ Agamemnon,” 303, 341 Steam Trials of H.M. Destroyer “ Tartar.” See U.M. Destroyers under Warships Steam Trials of the “Lusitania,” 177, 208 Steam-Turbines. See Turbines Steam-Wagon, 5-Ton (Mann’s Patent Steam Cart and Wagon Company, Leeds), 22 Steam - Wagons with Wooden * Tyred Wheels (Savage Brothers), 23 Steam-Yacht “Medusa,” 109 Steamer “Avon,” of the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, 14 Steamer, Boiler Explosion on, 76 Steamer “Creole,” with Curtis Turbines, 695 Steamers, Development of, 659. See 655 Steamers, Dimensions and Performances of Famous, ISO, 131, 132, 133. See 240 Steamer “ Guanabara ” for Brazilian Qovern- ment, 374
  • Steamers, High-Speed, 8, 32 Steamers, High-Speed, of Different Countries, 132, 240
  • Steamer “Lusitania,” 54, 68, 129, 177, 208. Foi Details, see “Lusitania” in ILLUSTRATED INDEX Steamer “ Mauretania,” 124, 396. 009, 650. Foi Details, see “Mauretania” in ILLUSTRUTRE INDEX. See Erratum, 718 Steamers, Oil Fuel for, 690, 745 Steamer “ Palinurus” for Indian Government, 351 Steamers, Prevention of Rolling of, 724 Steamers, Quiok Work on, 45 Steamers. See also Warships Steamers, Structural Development of, 90 Steamer “ Suevic,” Repairs to, 682
  • Steamer, Trunk, for Coal-Carrying, 699 Steamer, Train-Ferry, “ Lucia Carbo,” 332 Steamers, Trans-Atlantic, Speeds of, 679 Steamers, Turbine-Driven, Arrangement o Machinery, 61. See Turbines Steamers, Turbine, Propellers for, 77 Steamers, Turbine. See also Turbine Steamers, Types ot the Future, 593 Steamers and the Use of Superheated Steam, X'2, S Steamers, Vibration of Turbine-Driven, 177, 203 656, 870
  • Steamship Traffic in the Pacific, 211 Steel, The Ageing ot, 432, S23 Steel, Bending Tests of, 829, 8S2 Steel Concrete. See Feno-Concrete Stee , Electrolytic Corrosion of, in Concrete, 430 Steel Foundry, Anglo-Japanese, 88 Steel, Hardening of, 575, 603 Steel, High-Speed, and the Manufacture c Cutters, 871, 879
  • Steel, High-Tensile, in Hull of Cunard Line
  • Lusitania, 139; in •• Mauretania,” 010
  • /usfifnj’0" ln,t U,te' Sei-' Il0,i aoiKSfe,
  • Steel and Meteoric Iron, 432, 472
  • 8teel, Micro-Structure of. See 31 icro-Photographs
  • Steel Rails in America, OSS
  • Steel. See Alloa*, Iron, and Micro-Photograph* Steel in Shipbuilding, Use of, 46. See 139, 010 Steel, Strength of, with Suddenly-Applied Loads, 719. See 729
  • Steel Structural Materiul, Welding In Place of, 12, 33
  • Steel-Welding, 420
  • Steering-Gear, The Archer Steam and Hand. 513 Steering-Qear of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 167, 103
  • Stefan and Boltzmann's Radiation Law, Practical Applications of, 601
  • Stephenson, K., and Co., Limited ; Hebburn Foundry, 230
  • Stern Tubes of Cunard Liner " Lusitania,” 158 Stoneware Pipes, Doulton's Joint for, 000 Storage of Petrol, Welded Tanks for, 333 Storms, Forecasting, 257, 340, 630 Storms, Chances of, 257. See 290, 340, 630 Stream Surfaces and Equipotontials, 767 Strength of Crank-Shafts, 300, 333, 301, 4?3 Strength of Metals with Suddenly-Applied Ix>ads, 710. See 729
  • Stresses in Bracing, 299, 333, 361 Stresses in Masonry Darns, 308, 405, 519, 555, 637, 079, 724, 770
  • Stresses in Metal. See also BHcro-Photographs Strike, Threatened, on British Railways, 050 Strikes and Labour Disputes, 113, 273 Strikes and Trade Unions. See Industrial and Legal
  • Stromeyer, C. E., on the Ageing of Mild Steel, 432, 823
  • Structural Ironwork, Welding In Place of, 12, 33 Structure of Metal. See 31irro-Photographs Subaqueous Tunnel under Detroit River, 530 Subaqueous Works, Compressed Air in, Treatise on, 774
  • Submarine Boat, Mine, and Torpedo, Treatise on, 607
  • Submarine Boat. See also Warships Submarine Boats, The Development of, 241 Submarine Cables, 734
  • Submarine Navigation, The Present and Future of, 25, 122. See 333
  • Submarine Signalling by Means of Sound, 25 Submarine Telegraph Enterprise, 44, 310, 791 Submarine Telephones under Lake Constance, 85 Submersible Boat See also Warships Subsidence of Foundation, 079 Subsidy to Cunard Liners, 133 Suction-Gas Engine. See Engine, Gas Suction-Gas Producer. See Producer-Gas “ Suevic,” White Star Liner, Repairs to, 062 Sunderland, Bridge over River Wear at, 43 Superheated Steam, Sheppee Feed-Pump for Use with, 43a See Erratum, 457 Superheated Steam, Specific Ileat of, 342, 408 Superheater, Schmidt, on German Locomotive, 480
  • Superheaters on Locomotives of the Canadian Pacific Railway, 310
  • Superheating Applied to Marine Boilers, 12, 33 Surface-Contact System, The G.-B., for Tramways, 884
  • Survey Steamer “Palinurus,” for Indian Government, 357
  • Swan, Hunter, and Wigham Richardson, Limited, and the “ Mauretania,” 609 Sweden, Hydro-Electric Power in, 434 Swedish State Railways. Electrification of, 819 “ Swietlana,” Motor Yacht (Thornycroft and Co.), 800
  • Swindon Works of the Great Western Railway, 20
  • Switch-Gear for Cunard Liner “ Mauretania,” 630
  • Switzerland, Steam and Electric Railways in, 116
  • Szekely Process of Casting Iron in Metallic Moulds, 754
  • Tables Showing Dimensions and Performances of Atlantic Liners, 6C9, 610, 611. See 079 Tank Model Experiment for Design of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 134 ; “ Mauretania,” 612 Tanks and Pipes for Benzene, Welded, 333 “ Tartar,” II.M. Destroyer ; Oil-Fuel Turbine Boat, 809
  • Teaching. See Education and Training Technical College, Copenhagen, 88 Technical Education at the Bedford Grammar School, 55
  • Technical Education, French, 561 Technical Education and the Sandwich System, 4*8
  • Technical Education. See also Education Technical Education, Treatise on, 772 Technical and Literary Education, 463 Technical Railway Instruction, 372 Telegraphs, Submarine. Sce Submarine Telegraphy. See under Electric T elegraphy, Wireless. See Wireless under Electric Telephone Service on Cunard Liner “Mauretania,” 630
  • Telephones. See also Electric Temperature of Flames, 322, 370. See 197 Temperature Measurements in Gas-Engine Cylinders, 887
  • Temperature Measurements, Optical, 291, 345, 539. See Erratum, 364
  • Temperature of Melting of Metals, Determination of, 501
  • Temperatures of Explosions, 197 Tenners of Locomotives. See Locomotives Test of 3000-Horse-Power Triple-Expansion Engine, 117
  • Tests of Centrifugal Compressors, 2, 30, 248, 287, 690
  • Tests of Curtis Turbines, 111, 212, 299 Tests of Curtis Turbines on Steamer “Creole,” 695
  • Tests of Emery Grinding-Wheels, 355 Test for Heat-Insulating Materials, 790 Tests of Illinois Coal, 310 Tests of Materials by Bending, 829, £82
  • Tests of Metal. See also Micro-Photographs Tests of Rea veil Air-Compressor, 27 Tests. See also Trial*, Steam Trials, Turbines, Reichsanstalt, and Diagrams in ILLUSTRATED INDEX
  • Tests of Torsion Meters, 35
  • Tests of Welded Steel, 420 Testing Apparatus for Feed-Water, 344
  • Testing Establishments in Germany, 554 Testing-Instruments at the Physical Society’s Exhibition, 851
  • Testing Laboratory, The German, Report of, 787. See 408, 498
  • Testing-Machine, Electrically - Controlled, 182, 474, 605. See Erratum, 555 Testing Machine, Hydraulic Diaphragm. 801 ' Testing Plant for l/ocomotives at the Great Western Railway Works, Swindon, 20 Testing Station, German, for Railway Track, 754 Testing Work at the Reichsanstalt in 1900. 408, 498. See 787 Textile Schools, 114 Thames and Port of London, 000 “Thankful,” Herring-Drifter, Driven by Oil- Motor, 10
  • Thermodynamics, Chemical Applications of, Treatise on, 834
  • Thermometers for Measuring Temperatures in Gas-Engine Cylinders, 8S7 Thermotank Ventilation System, 145, 028 Thomas, The late David, 683 Thompson, Silvanus P.; Address to Engineering Section of tho British Association, 173 Tidal Waves in Rivers, 118, 284, 317 Tides, Treatise on, 40 Timber Sleepers, Protection of, 83 Timber, The Waste of, 785
  • Timber, Waste, Turpentine from, 403 Tin Prices. See Metal-Price Diagram Toogood’s Double-Coil Friction-Clutch, 601 Tool and Jig Department, Organisation of, 567 Tools, Machine. See Machine-Tools Tools, Machine tor Weighing Forces on, 230, 268 269
  • Tool-Steel, High-Speed. Manufacture of Milling- 1 Cutters from, 871, 879 Torpedo. See Warships Torsion Meters, Tests of, 359 Torsional Strength of Crank-Shafts, 300, 333,301, 423
  • Torsion-Testing Machine, Electrieallv-Control- led, 182, 474, 505. See Erratum, 555’
  • Traction. Steam and Electric, on the Same Tracks, 405, 457
  • Traction, Electric. See Tramways and Railways under Electric
  • Tractor versus Motor Lorry, 697 Tractor, Oil-Driven, for Agricultural Purposes, | 758
  • Tractor, Three-Cylinder Compound (John Fow- I ler and Co.), 818
  • Trade, The French Motor-Car, 753
  • Trade in Hong Kong, 372
  • Trade of Japan, 84 Trade, Japanese, in 1900, 405 Trade, Siberian, in Agricultural Implements, 821 Trade with Turkey, 821 Trade Union Congress, 307 Trade Unions. See Industrial Notes and Legal Trading, Municipal. See Municipal Train-Brake, The Vacuum, and Slack Drake-Gear, 663, 745
  • Train-Ferry Steamer “ Lucio Carbo.” 332 Train, Long Non-Stop, on Great Western Railway, 431
  • Train-Resistance, Predetermination of, 809 Trains, Resistance of, 114, 809 Trains. See Locomotives, Railways, and Motor Carriages
  • Training of Engineers, 175
  • Training of Engineers on the Sandwich System, 488
  • Training of Railway Engineers, 372 Training. See Education and Apprenticeship Training of Textile Students, 114 Tramway-Rails, Corrugation of, 228, 256 Tramway Schemes in Parliament, 755, 789 Tramways, The G.-B. Surface-Contact System for, 884
  • Tramways, Municipal, 523. See also Municipal and Erratum, 558 Tramways. See also Electric Tranmere Bay Development Works, 740 Trans-Atlantic Liners, Famous, 130, 131,132,133. See 240
  • Trans-Atlantic Passages, Speeds on, 679 Transmission, Hydraulic, for Motor-Car, 421 Transport, Marine, Development of, 655, 659, 698, 732
  • Transporters, Electric, at Mersey Docks, 14 Transporting Coal by Aerial-Wire Ropeway, 552 Transporting Plant in Transvaal Gold-Mines, 703, 726, 762
  • Transvaal Mines, Labour-Saving Appliances in, 703, 726, 762
  • Trawler, Boiler Explosion on, 795 Trials. See Steam Trials, Warships, Guns, Tests Trinidad, Floating-Dock for, 106 Triple-Expansion Engine. See Engine Trotter, A. P., on the Chance of a Hurricane, 257 Trucks. See also Carriages Trucks, Special Service, for the Great Central Railway, 203
  • Trunk Steamer for Coal-Carrying, 599 Trusses. See also Bridges anil Roofs Trust of Coal-Producers in Germany, 178 Tube Railways and Subsidence, 679 Tuning in Wireless-Telegraphy, 225, 237 Tunnel Under Detroit River, 530 Tunnel-Shields, Treatise on, 774 Tunnel, The Simplon, Italian Approaches to, 99, 705
  • Tunnel, Simplon, Locomotives for, 4S9
  • Turbine, The A. E. G., 490
  • Turbines for the Cunard Liner “Lusitania,” 156;
  • for “Mauretania,” 633 Turbine, Curtis, Tests of 1000-Kilowatt, 375 Turbine, Trials of Curtis, on Steamer “ Creole,” 695
  • Turbine Destroyer G, 137, 342 Turl ine Destroyer. SeeII.M. Destroyers under WARSHIPS
  • Turbines of H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer “ Mohawk,” 722
  • Turbines, Hydraulic, 212 Turbines, Hydraulic, Governing of, 231, 282
  • Turbines for Long Island City Power Station, ! 299, 790
  • Turbines, Lubrication of, 629
  • Turbine Machinery of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania," 150 ; of “ Mauretania,” 036 Turbines, Marine, Points in the Application of, 01 Turbines, Parsons’, Efficiency of, 45, »6. 8ee Erratum, 277
  • Turbines and Propeller Vibration, 870. See 177, 208, 050
  • Turbine, Reaction, Method of Designing, 799 Turbine Steamers, Arrangement of Machinery in, 01
  • Turbine Steamers, Characteristics of, 593 Turbine Steamer, Cunard, The “Lusitania,” 54, 08,129, 177, 208. For Details, see lt Lusi- tania" in ILLI'BTRATBD INDEX Turbine Steamer. Cunard, The “Mauretania," 124 , 393, 009, 050. For Details, see " Mauretania " in ILLUSTRATED INDEX Turbines, Tests of Curtis, 111, 212. 299,095 Turbo-Alternator, Tests of 1000-Kilowatt British Thoinson-IIouston, 375 Turbo-Compressors, 2, 30, 690 Turbo-Compressors, Centrifugal, 2, 80, 248, 287, 690
  • Turbo-Generators for Lighting Cunard Liner j “ Lusitania,” 146 Turkey, Business with, 821 Turning-Machines. See Machine-Tools, Lathee Turpentine from Waste Wood. 403 Turret Lathes. Sec Machine-Tool*
  • Typewriting and Adding Machine, The Elliot- J Fisher, 867
  • Tyre-Pump, The Reavell, 091, 724 Tyres, Wooden, for Steam Wagon, 23
  • Tyrrell, The late J. J., 81
  • Underground Railways. See Tunnels and Railways
  • Underground Railways, Ventilation of, 340
  • Unions, Trade. See Trade Unions, Industrial Notes and Legal
  • United States, Notes from, 20, 44, 80, 110, 183, 204, 240,270,302,331,301, 390, 423,467, 489, 522, 554, 580. 662, 716, 744, 778, 812
  • United States Railways, 57
  • United States. See also Ainerica United States Scout “Salem,” 270
  • University College Engineering Department, 279
  • Unwatering Plant at the Lindall Moor Iron Mines, 490
  • Urft Dam and Ilydro-Electric Power Distribution, 740, 800
  • Urn, Explosion of, at Bradford, 311
  • Vacua, Pseudo High, 290 i Vacuum Brake and Slack Brake-Gear, 603, 745 ; Vacuum Tube, Light, The Moore, 58 Valency of Atoms, 322
  • Valve, Automatic Shut-Off, for Boilers, 345. See 71
  • Valve-Gear, Bollinckx, on Tandem Compound Engine, 838
  • Valve-Gear for Drop-Valve (Ruston, Proctor, and Co., Limited, Lincoln), 437
  • Valves, Hydraulic, Design of, 97, 212 Valves, Isolating, for Steam-Pipes, 71. See 345
  • Valves and Valve-Gear. See also Motor-Car Details, Locomotives, Regulators, and Engines Vehicles, Self-Propelled. See Motor-Cars, Motor- Wagons, Motor-Buses, and Motor-Carriages Ventilating Fan for Engine-Room of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 104
  • Ventilating Fans for Cunard Liner “Lusitania,” 145 ; of “ Mauretania,” 628 Ventilation of Factories, 274 Ventilation and Heating of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 145 ; for “ Mauretania,” 628 Ventilation of New York Subway, 340 Ventilation and Refrigeration of Ammunition Holds, 125
  • Ventilation, Thermo-Tank System of, on Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 145 ; of “ Mauretania,” 028 Ventilation, Treatise on, 434 Vernon-IIarcourt, The late Leveson Francis, 404
  • Viaduct, Ferro-Concrete, for the Cala Mineral Railway, 517
  • Viaduct, Ferro-Concrete, Richmond and Chesapeake Bay Railway. 863
  • Vibration of Cunard Liner “ Lusitania,” 177, 208 Vibration of Cunard Liner “ Mauretania, 057 Vibration of Turbine Steamers, 870 Vice, Swivelling Benoh (Wadkin and Co., Leicester), 458
  • Vienna Meeting of Iron and Steel Institute. See Iron and Steel Institute
  • Viscosity of Mixtures of Oil and Water, 403
  • Vogel, The late Hermann C., 342
  • Wagons for Otavi Narrow-Gauge Railway, 07 Wagons, Special Service, for the Great Central Railway, 203
  • Wagons, Steam. See also Motor-Wagons

Warships :

  • Accidents to H.M. Destroyers “Kestrel” and “ Quail,” 245
  • Ammunition Holds, Ventilation and Refrigeration of, 125 Battleships. Speed of, 25 Battleship Strength and Relative Value, 625 Comparison of French and English Armament, by Gustave Canet, 729. See 719 Explosives Back-Flash from Modern Smokeless Powders, 429 German Naval Programme, 762 German Turbine Destroyer G, 137, 342 Guns, Strength of, 719. See 729 Gun-Fire in the British Navy, 685 H.M. Battleship “Agamemnon” (William Beardmore and Co., Dalmuir), 341. See 303 H.M. Battleship “ Beilerophon,” 120 H.M. Torpedo Boat Destroyer “Cossack” (Cammed, Laird, and Co., Limited), 653 H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer “Ghurka” (Hawthorn, Leslie, and Co., Limited), 792 H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer “Mohawk” (J. Samuel White and Co.), 722 H.M. Torpedo-Boat Destroyer “Tartar” (John I. Thornycroft and Co., Limited, Southampton), 809 High-Speed Vessels, 8, 32 Japanese Warship Building, 598
  • Navy, The French, 789 Naval Personnel, Efficiency of, 51 Navy Repairs Question, 337 Oil Fuel in the Navy, 870 Parliament and the Navy, 207 Russo-Japanese War and Naval Architecture, 25
  • Submarine-Boat, Mine, and Torpedo, Treatise on,667
  • Submarine Boats, Development of, 241
  • Submarine Navigation, The Present and Future of. 25, 122. See 333 Torpedoes, The Range of, 207
  • Turbine Arrangements in Warships. 61
  • United States Scout “Salem," with Curtis Turbines, 270
  • Washer for Wheat, The “Midget," 298 Washing-Machine for Bottles (J. W. Flower and Co.>, 565
  • Washing-Machine for Bottles (Nash Patents, Limited', 521
  • Water. See also lrriaat*on , Water-Analyser, The “ Sarco,” 344 I Water Arbitration Prize, 723 , Water, Concrete Work in, 587. See 543 Water: Irrigation, Treatise on. 289 i Water-Meter (Edwin Allen), 458 Water and Oil, Viscosity of, Mixtures, 403 | Water-Power, Applications of, 258. See 216 I Water-Power in France, 368 Water-Power in Norway, 509, 342 Water-Power. See Hydraulic and Hydro-Electric j Water-Power, A Treatise on, 668 I Water, Progressive and Stationary Waves in, i 118, 284, 317 ; Water-Pumps. See Pumps | Water Reservoir. See Reservoir I Water-Softener, The Beissel, 298 Water Supplies, Rural, 594 Water Supply, Artesian, In Australia, 339 Water Supply of Kidderminster, Pumping Plant for, 715
  • Water Supply of Ixindon, 243, 751 Water Supply, Sand Filtration of, 577, 708 Water Supply Schemes in Parliament, 720, 756, 789
  • Water Supply of Western Canada, 308 Water-Tight Doors on “Lusitania,” 149 Water-Tube Boilers. See Boilers Water-Turbines, 212 Water-Turbines, Governing of, 231. 282 Water, Velocity of, in Conduits, 275 Water-Wheel, Experimental, Pelton, 313 Waterways. See also River and Canal Watson, John Duncan, on Sewage Disposal l*y Biological Processes, 13, 34 Watson, William, 136
  • Waves in Rivers, Progressive and Stationary, 118, 284, 317 Waves. Treatise on, 40
  • Way, Edward J., on Labour-Saving Appliances at the Mines of the New Kleinfontein Company, Transvaal, 726, 762 Wear Bridge at Sunderland, 43 I Weather, Chances of Bad, 257. See 290, 340. 520 Weather Forecasting. 257, 340, 530. See 290 Weddell’s River and Harbour Sounding-Machine, 313
  • Weighing-Machine for Locomotive0. 362 Welch, Prof. J. J., on High-Speed Vessels. 8, 32 Welding of Sheet-Metal Tanks for Petrol, 333 Welding Steel by Various Processes. 426 Welding of Structural Materials in Place, 12, 33 Wells, Artesian, in Australia, 339 West African Railways, 178 West Aster Motor-Car, 677 Wheat-Washer, The “ Midget,” 298 i Wheel-Weighing Machine for Locomotives, 362 I Wheels with Wooden Tyres for Steam Wagons, 23 I White Star Liner “Suevic,” Repairs to. 662 f Wilcox-Turner Triple-Action Plunger Pump, 822 j Wilkes, The late Joseph, 457 1 I Williamson, Andrew, on Sand Filtration of 1 Water Supply. 577, 708
  • Wind Pressure, Excessive, Chances of, 257. 8ee 296, 340, 530
  • Wind Pressure, Experiments on, 778 i Wind Pressure on Railway Trains, 114, 809 Windmill Power in Denmark, 430 Wire-Drawing Machines, Modern Practice in, 191, 579, 735
  • Wire Ropeway for Conveying Coal, 552 Wire Ropeways on Shipbuilding Berths, 181, 378 Wireless Telegraphy, Poulsen System, 7S9 Wireless Telegraphy. See under Electric Wires, Hard and Soft States In, 464 Wood, The Waste of, 785 Wood, Waste, Turpentine from, 403 1 . Wood-Working Machinery. See Machine-Tools Works, Treatise on, 821 1 Works:
  • I Austrian Iron Works. 432, 441, 465, 466, 467 Foundry of Messrs. Robert Stephenson and Co., Limited. Hebburn. 236 Organisation of a Jig and Tool Department 567
  • Peat Distillation Works at Beuerberg, 671 Swan, Hunter, and Wigham Richardson, Limited, Wallsend-on-Tyne, 615
  • Walleend Slipway and Engineering Works, 634
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act. See also Legal Workshops at the Bedford Grammar School, 55
  • Workshops, Injurious Processes in, 763
  • Workshops, Regulations for the Use of Electricity in, 3C9
  • Workshops, Ventilation of. 274 3
  • Worm-wheel Generating Machine, 428
  • Yacht, Steam, “Medusa” (Day, Summers, and Co.), 109
  • Yacht, “Swjetlana.” Driven by Oil-Engine (Thornycroft and Co.), 806
  • Year-Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Younger, John, on the Organisation of a Jig and Tool Department, 567
  • Zeppelin Air-Ship. 562
  • Zeuner, The late Professor Gustav, 691
  • Ziegler System of Peat Utilisation, 671

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