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Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1924 Jan-Jun: Index

A

  • ABERRATION. Sec Optics
  • Accidents :
  • Accident Compensation. See Workmen’s Compensation under Labour
  • Airhsip, French, “Dixmude,” Loss of, 53 City and South London Railway, Earth
  • Subsidence, 520. See 561
  • Colliery Accidents, Relative Importance,497 — Explosions, and Use of Electricity, 179. See 740
  • Dam, Ferro-Concrete, North Italy, Failure of, 275
  • Electrical Machinery Breakdowns, Statis¬tics, 520
  • Explosions, Boiler. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Oppau Chemical Works, Cause, 501
  • Locomotive Connecting-Rod Failure, Re¬port, 57
  • Shipping Losses, Lloyd’s Statistics, 206
  • Submarine, “ L 24,” Loss of, 82
  • Turbo-Generator Disaster, Shanghai Power Station, 18, 645
  • United States Destroyers, Loss of, and Wireless Direction Finding, 84*
  • Accumulators, Electric. See Electric Acetylene Welding. See Welding
  • Acoustical Problems, Hot-Wire Microphone Investigations, 810
  • Acoustics, Aeolian Tones, Investigations, 288
    • of Buildings (Review), 408
    • Low-Hilger Audiometer, Sound-Wave An¬ alysis, 108*
    • Spectroscope, Sound Analysis, 801
    • Use in Navigation, 299*
  • Acres, F. A. S., on Four-Wheel Braking
    • Systems for Motor Cars, 438 ; on Motor Cars for Overseas Markets, 830
  • Acton Car Repair Shops, Underground Rail¬ways, 195*, 229*
  • Adamson, C. H., on Transverse Test Bars, 663
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Address
  • Admiralty Engineering Laboratory, Diesel Engine Investigations, 515, 559, 589*, 624*
    • Hydrographical Department, British Em¬pire Exhibition, 676
    • See also Warships
  • Aeolian Tones, Investigations, 288
  • Aerial Navigation. See Aeronautics
    • Propellers. See Propellers under Aeronautics
    • Ropeway. See Wire Ropeway
    • Transport. See Aeronautics
  • Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics
  • Aerograph, Oil Spraying in Gas Mains, 711
  • Aeronautical Engineers, Institution of, Lieut.-
    • Colonel V. C. Richmond on Airship Design, 151 ; W. O. Manning on Low-Powered Flying, 288
    • Society, Royal, Dr. L. Aitchison on Materials
    • in Aircraft Construction, 89*; J. D. North on Materials for Aircraft Construc¬tion, 123; Wilbur-Wright Lecture on Fuel Economy in Flight, by Lieut.-Col. H. T. Tizard, 738
  • Aeronautics :
  • Aerial Transport, Prospects for, 729
    • Use of Airships, 487
  • Aerodynamics, Lanchester-Prandtl Theory,
  • Aeroplane Lift and Drag, 1*, 35*, 100*, 169*, 258*, 823. See LETTERS, 313, 744*
    • Model Experiments, Air and Water, Comparisons, 823
    • Experiments, Principle of Dyna¬mical Similarity, 325*, 357*, 391*, 422*
    • Skin Friction, Flat Plates, Effect of Length, 517, 718*
    • Work of National Physical Laboratory, 823
  • Aeronautical Research, Direction of, 116
  • Aeroplanes, Advantages for Transport, 312. See 729
    • Conditions for Fuel Economy, 738
    • Construction, Materials for, Properties and Treatment, 89*, 123
    • Design, Weight Considerations, 123
    • Freight Transport by, 729. See 312
    • Lift and Drag, Bjerknes Experiments, 647
    • and Drag, Lanchcster-Prandtl
    • Theory, 1*, 35*, 100*, 169*, 258*, 823. See LETTERS, 313, 744*
    • Light, Design of, 288
    • Vigit (Vickers, Ltd.), 551*
    • Pilots, French, Remuneration, 470
    • Oxygen Breathing Apparatus, 506*
  • Aeroplane Struts, Resistance of, Principle of Similarity, 392*
    • Valparaiso 2-Seater Military (Vickers, Ltd.), 551*
    • Vanguard, 23-Seater (Vickers, Ltd.), 550*
    • Vulcan 6-Seater (Vickers, Ltd.), 551
    • Air Estimates, 1924-25, 342. See 404, 709
    • Force, Home Defence, 243. See 342
    • Ministry, Direction of Aeronautical Research, 116
    • Exhibit, British Empire Exhibition, 550. See 675
    • Laboratory, Callendar Hot-Wire
  • Anemometer, 136*, 249*. See LETTER 314*
    • Resistance, Model Experiments, Prin¬ciple of Dynamical Similarity, 325*, 357*, 391*, 422*
    • Projectiles, Measurement, 694
    • Transport Co., Imperial, Government Subsidy Scheme, 21. See 342.
  • Aircraft Carriers, Naval Exhibit, British Empire Exhibition, 675
    • Construction, Materials for, Properties and Treatment, 89*. 123
    • Fabrics, Properties of, 805
    • in Naval Warfare and Warship Design, 472, 475
  • Airships, Design of, 151
    • Development for Commercial Trans¬port, 404, 487
    • French, “ Dixmude,” Loss of, 53
    • Government Policy, 709
    • Resistance, Principle of Similarity, 357
    • Services, Burney Scheme, 487. See 404, 709
    • Use of Helium in, 404, 487
  • Circulation Theory, Aeroplane Lift and Drag, 1*, 35*, 100*, 169*, 258*, 823. See LETTERS, 313, 744*
  • Civil Aviation and Air Defence, 243, 342
    • French Pilots’ Remuneration, 470
    • Fuel Economy in Flight, 738
    • Imperial Air Transport Co., 21. See 342
    • Prospects for, 312, 729
    • Use of Airships, 487. See 404, 709
  • Cylinders, Air Resistance, Principle of Similarity, 391*
  • Dynamical Similarity, and Model Ex¬periments, 325*, 357*, 391*, 422
  • Engines, Petrol, Aeroplane, Air Consump¬tion at Altitudes, 508. See 502
  • Aeroplane, Air Consumption and Horse-Power, 502,507*. See LETTERS 585, 649
  • Aeroplane, 400 H.P. Bristol “Jupiter,” 551*; 100
    • H.P. Bristol “ Lucifer,” 552*
  • Aeroplane, Bristol Gas Starter, 553
  • Aeroplane, Measurement of Air Supply, 502, 507*. See LETTERS 585, 649
  • Aeroplane, Rolls-Royce ” Condor.” 62*
  • Aeroplane, Water-cooled Type, Design, 59*
  • French Aeroplane Pilots* Remuneration, 470
  • Fuel Economy in Flight, 738
  • Imperial Air Transport Co., Government Subsidy Scheme, 21. See 342
  • Lanchester-Prandtl Theory, Aeroplane Lift and Drag, 1*, 35*, 100*, 169*, 258*, 823. See LETTERS, 313, 744*
  • Malls, Aerial Transport of, 312
  • Materials for Aircraft Construction, Pro¬perties and Treatment, 89*, 123
  • Model Experiments, Air and Water, Com¬parisons, 823
    • and Principle of Dynamical Simi¬larity, 325*, 357*, 391*, 422*
  • Oxygen Breathing Apparatus, Aviators, 506*
  • Plates, Flat, Effect of Length on Skin Friction, 517, 718*
    • Square, Air Resistance of, Scale Effect, 359,
  • Prandtl Theory, Aeroplane Lift and Drag, 1*, 35,* 100*, 169*, 258*, 823. See LETTERS, 313, 744*
  • Projectiles, Measurement of Head Resist¬ance, 694
  • Propellers, Aerial, Lanchester-Prandtl Theory, 258*
    • Model Experiments, Principle of Similarity, 358
  • Scale Effect, Resistance of Plane Sur¬faces, 359
  • Skin Friction, Flat Plates, Effect of Length, 517, 718*
    • Struts, Aeroplane, Resistance of, Principle of Similarity, 392*
    • Subsidies for Civil Aviation, Imperial Air Transport Co., 21. See 342
    • Wind Tunnel Experiments, Skin Friction, Flat Plates, 517, 718*
    • Wires and Cylinders, Air Resistance, Principle of Similarity, 391* See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • African, Dependencies, British, Development Railways, 180
  • Age Hardening, Aluminium Alloys, 742, 750*, 780*
  • Agencies, British Trade in Canada, 810
  • Agreements, Labour. See Labour Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition
    • Machinery, Australian, British Empire Exhibition, 724*
    • Motors. See Engines ; Motors ; Tractors
    • Tractors. See Tractors
    • Water Supplies (Review), 755
  • Agriculture, Phenological Observations, 702
    • See also ImWiow and PARAGRAPH INDEX Air, Atmospheric, Source and Temperature, 826
    • Compressed. See Compressed Air; Pneu¬matic
    • Compressing Plant, Rhymney Valley Col¬lieries, 759
    • Compressors, Electrically-driven, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 795*
    • and Petrol Engine, Semi-Portable (Parsons Motor Co., Ltd.), 432*
    • Portable, for Pneumatic Tools (Globe Pneumatic Engineering Co., Ltd.), 398*
    • Twin Three-stage,. Motor Ships (Beiliss & Morcom, Ltd.), 541*
    • Consumption, Petrol Engines, Relationship to Horse-power, 502, 507*. See
  • LETTERS 585, 649
    • Cooling Svstem, Parsons Turbo-Generator, 723*
    • Ejector, Super - Dreadnought, Vacuum Brakes, 541*
    • Extractors, Condensing Plant; Delas, 389* ; Radojet, 427*; Hick-Breguet, 458*
    • Flow Measurement, Callendar Hot-Wire Anemometer, 136*, 249*. See LETTER 314*
    • Measurement, Electrical Heating Method, 502, 507*. See LETTERS, 585, 649
    • in Pipes, Measurement by Plate Orifices, 277*, 314*. See 502
    • Heater, Gas Fired (J. Keith & Blackman Co., Ltd.), 711
    • Howden-Ljungstrom, Boiler Trials, 210, 608, See 641
    • Liquid, Mine Rescue Apparatus, 619*
    • Ministry, Direction of Aeronautical Re¬ search 116
    • Exhibit, British Empire Exhibition, 550. See 675
    • Laboratory, Callendar Hot-Wire Anemo¬meter, 136*. 249*. See LETTER, 314*
    • Pump. See Pump
    • Resistance. See Aeronautics
    • Screws. See Propellers under Aeronautics
    • Supply, Petrol Engines, Measurement, 502, 507*. See LETTERS, 585. 649
    • Rotary Kilns, Measurement, 557
    • Temperature Distribution, United States,
    • and Humidity, Effect on Workers, 427
    • See also Atmosphere
  • Aircraft Carriers. See Aeronautics
    • See Aeronautics - Airships. See Aeronautics
  • Aitchison, Dr. L., on Materials in Aircraft Construction, 89* ; on Testing Metal Strip, 664.
  • Alcohol, Use as Motor Fuel in France, 676
  • Alkins, W. E., on Tensile Strength and Resist¬ance of Copper, 347*
  • Allen, E., <fe Co., l.td., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 604
  • Allen, J., & Sons (Oxford), Ltd., Distributor for Asphalt Cold Spray, 804
  • Allen, R. W., on Steam Turbine Auxiliary Machinery, 477*. See 489 : on Wad-el- Nau Pumping Station, Gezira Irrigation Scheme, 624, 654*, 685*. See 636*
  • Allen, W. H., Sons & Co., Ltd., 60-h.p. Oil Engine and Electric Generator, 530* ; 320 h.p. Burmeister <& *Wain Type Diesel Engine, 530* ; Pumping Plant, Gezira Irrigation Scheme, 624, 654*, 685*
  • Alliott, E. A., on Centrifugal Dryers and Separators, 312
  • Allott, H. N., on Barton Power Station, 511
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy ; Microphotographs; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Alpha Iron, Density of Crystals, Effect of Cold Work, 631
    • Plastic Deformation, 631.
  • “ Alpha ” Railway Inspection Car, 667
  • Alternating Current. See Electric
    • Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Alternators. See Generators, Electric ; Turbo-Alternators
  • Aluminium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Aircraft Construction, Properties and Treatment, 89*, 124
    • Corrosion, Prevention by Electroplating, 506
    • Metallic Inclusions, 583
    • Melting, Fluxes in, 583
    • Salts, Production from Alunite, 577
    • Spraying, Treatment of Firebars, 710
    • Tensile Properties, High Temperatures, 345
    • See also Metallurgy ; Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Alumino-Silica Minerals in Glass Pots, 808
  • Aluminous Cement. See Ciment Fondn Alunite, Production of Aluminium Salts, 577
  • Amalgamated Zinc (De Bavay’s), Ltd., Lead Extraction Plant, 320
  • Amalgamation of Trade Unions, Lawsuit, 183
  • American Institute of Electrical Engineers. See Electrical Engineers of Mining and Metallurgy. See Mining
    • Iron and Steel Institute. * See Iron and Steel
    • Navy. See United States under Warships
    • Society of Mechanical Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers
    • See also United States
  • Ammonia Compressors, High-Speed (L. Sterne & Co., Ltd.), 42*. See LETTER, 206
  • Ammonium Nitrate and Sulphate Explosion, Oppau, 501.
  • Anaconda Copper Mining Co., Lead Recovery Plant. 320
  • Analysis, Gases from Underground Water, and Oil Prospecting, 78
    • Iron and Steel, British Chemical Standards, 432, 631
    • of Rare Metals, 119
  • Anastigmat Lens, Taylor-Hobson Large Aper¬ture, 670
  • Anchors and Chains, Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 668
  • Anderson, Sir A. G., on Shipping Industry, 274
  • Anderson, J., on Ship Design, 839*. See 834
  • Andrews, E. S., on Concrete Reinforcement for Steelwork, 566
  • Andrews, L., on Kinetic Elutriation, 442
  • Anemometer,’Hot Wire, Callendar, 136*, 249*. See LETTER, 314*
    • Recording, Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., 20*
  • Annealing. See Heat Treatment under Metal¬lurgy
  • Annual Publications. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Anode Rays, Detection of Isotopes, 770
  • Anti-Friction Metals. See Alloys under Metal¬lurgy
  • Antimony Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams “Aorangi,” Motor Passenger Liner, Trials of Diesel Engines, 376 ; *Launch, 801
  • Apparatus, Scientific, British Industry, Need for Protection, 705
    • Exhibition, Physical and Optical Socie¬ties, 20*, 54*, 140*, 143*. Erratum, 48
    • Exhibition, Royal Society Soiree, 648, 674 801. See 764*
  • Appleton, Dr. E. V., on Atmospheric Inter¬ference in Radio Telegraphy, 709
  • Appointments. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Arbitration in Labour Disputes. See Labour ;
  • Industrial Notes ; PARAGRAPH INDEX Arc. See Electric ; Furnace ; Welding
  • Area Regulators, British Empire Exhibition, 714*
  • Arch Dam, Ferro-Concrete, Tasmanian Water- Power Scheme, 451*
    • Hartebeestpoort, South Africa, 323*
    • Ferro-Concrete, Crane Gantry, British Empire Exhibition, 266*
  • Archbutt, S. L., on Aluminium Alloys, 750* 780*. See 742
  • Archibald, W. M., on the Sullivan Mine, 760
  • Architects and Engineers, Relationship, 644
    • Naval. See Naval Architects
  • Armament. See Guns ; Warships Armatures, Electric Motor, Balancing Machine, 154
  • Armco Iron, Thermo-Magnetic Properties, 812
  • Armour Plates, British Empire Exhibition; Hadflelds, 730 ; Beardmore, 788
  • Armoured Ships. See Warships
  • Armstead Snow Motor, 318*
  • Armstrong, Prof. H. E., on the Work of Sir J. Dewar, 116
  • Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd., M.S. ” Conde de Cherruca,” Service Results, 57. See LETTER, 397 ; *Shipment of Loco¬motives to India, Erratum, 91 : Floating Dock for Southampton, 206, 789* ; *Metallurgical Exhibits, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 668 ; Machine Tools, British Empire Exhibition, 694*
  • Army Aeroplanes and Airships. See Aero¬nautics
    • Mechanical Engineering in, 132, 147. See LETTERS, 270, 313. See also 271
    • Ordnance Corps, Rust Removal Process, 25*. See 464
    • Water Supplies (Review), 755
  • Arrol, Sir W., & Co., Ltd., Overhead Cranes, British Empire Exhibition, 266*
  • Art and Engineering, 644
  • Arts, Royal Society of: Cantor Lectures on Colloidal Chemistry, by Dr. E. K. Rideal, 181 ; Access to Victoria Dock District, by Sir H. Maybury, 584 ; Progress in Photo¬graphy, by T. T. Baker, 614 ; Chemical Research in India, by Prof. J. H. Thorpe, 614
  • Artesian Wells. See WcUs
  • Artillery. See Guns and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Asbestos Goods, British Empire Exhibition, 710
  • Ash in Fuel Oil, Centrifugal Separation, 312
    • Handling Plant, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 363*. See Erratum, 444
  • Asphalt Cold Spray for Roads, Distributing Machine, 804
  • Assam-Bengal Railway, Slips and Washouts, 141
    • Crude Oil, Properties, 470
  • Associations, Engineering. See Institutions
  • Assuan Dam, Discharge through Sluices, 281
  • Aston, Dr. F. W., on Atoms and Isotopes, 770
  • Aston Ferro-Concrete Retaining Walls, 138
  • Astoria, U.S.A., Stepped Retaining Walls, 138
  • Astronomical Exhibits, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 582 ; Royal Society Soirde, 648
    • Photography, Taylor-Hobson Lens, 670
  • Astronomy, Work of Mount Wilson Observa¬tory, 674
  • Atlantic Transport Liner ” Minnetonka,” 576
  • Atmosphere, Semi-diurnal Oscillation. 270
    • Source of Air and Temperature, 826
    • Upper, Life-History of Cyclones, 826
  • Atmospheric Electric Currents, Effect on Plant Growth, 400
    • Interference, Wireless Telegraphy, 709
    • Temperature Distribution, United States, 253*
    • Tide, Lunar, 270
  • Atomic Nucleus, Nature and Properties, 384, 458*
    • Structure, Crystals, Muller X-ray Spectro¬graph, 46*
    • Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 581
  • Atomiser, Fuel, National Cold-Starting Oil Engine, 534*
  • Atoms and Isotopes, May Lecture, Institute of Metals, 770*
    • and Molecules, Sizes of, 770
  • Atritor Pulveriser for Coal, 415*
  • Attenborough, L. G., on Tin Mining in Malaya, 760
  • Audiometer, Low-Hilger, Sound Analysis, 108*
  • Australia, Morwell Power Scheme, Cable Laying, 23*
  • Australian Exhibit, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 527*, 723*. See 226*
    • Trade and Oil Resource, Report, 150
  • Autoclaves, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 647
  • Autofrigor Refrigerating Machine, 104 See Erratum, 141
  • Autogenous Welding. See Welds and Welding
  • Automatic and Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Heat Treatment of Razor Blades, 713*
    • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
    • Railway Coupling, Gearlock-Reynard, 460
    • Signalling. See Signalling
    • Stokers. See Stokers
  • Automobile Conference, Empire, 830
    • Engineers, Institution of, Water-Cooled
  • Aero Engines, by A. J. Rowledge, 59* ; Four-Wheel Braking Systems for Motor Cars, by F. A. S. Acres, 438; Empire Automobile Conference, 830
    • See also Motor Cars
  • Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Marine
  • Avery, W. & T., Ltd., Spring Testing and Scragging Machine, 200*
  • Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Axle Counter, Mine-Tub Decking Plant, 758*
    • Railway, Lathes for Turning, 695
  • Aylesbury, Regenerative Coal Gasification, 834

B

  • BABCOCK & WILCOX, LTD, Boiler Plant, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 332*, 363*, 387*. See Erratum, 444
  • Badische Anilin und Sodafabrik, Oppau Works Explosion, 501
  • Bahamas, Dredger ” Lueayan ” for, 547
  • Bailey, E. M„ on Refining Oil Shale, 760
  • Baker, G. S., on Steering Ships in Shallow Waters, 833
  • Baker, T. T., on Photography, 614
  • Balance Manometer for Gas Flow Meters, 143
  • Balancing Machine, Dynamic, 154
  • Ball Bearings. See Bearings — Hardness Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
    • Joints, Motor-Car Controls, Standardisa¬tion, 435
  • Bamber, H. K., on Cement Setting, 557
  • Band Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools
  • Bank Strong Rooms, Fortis Ferro-Concrete Doors, 72*. See LETTER, 110
  • Barber-Greene Co., Trench Digging Machine, 574*
  • Barge, Hopper, Dredging Plant, Floating Dock Berth, Southampton, 790. See 200
    • Early, for River Clyde, 548*
    • Self-Dumping, for Dredging Work, 548
  • Barium Carbonate Process, Water Softening, 267
  • Barlow’s Analysis, Rainfall and Run off Catchment Areas, 40*
  • Barr, G. W., on High Elastic Limit Mild Steel, 510*. See 489
  • Barrels, Washing Machine for, 367*
  • Barringer, H., on Engineers and Petroleum
  • Industry, 343 ; on Oil Transport, 760
  • Bartholomew, S. C., on Electric Power Supplies and Telephone Services, 556
  • Barton Power Station, 511
  • Batteries. See Electric
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Beams, Ferro-Concrete, British Empire Exhi¬bition, Buildings, 266*, 293*
    • Transverse Oscillations, Live Load and Im¬pact Allowances 378
  • Beardmore, W., & Co., Ltd., 130 h.p. Beard- more-Tosi Diesel Engine and Electric Generator, 530* ; Locomotive for London Midland and Scottish Railway, 665*; Metallurgical Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 788
  • Beardsley-Piper Sand Filling Machine, Mould¬ing Boxes, 804, 825*
  • Bearings, Ball-Thrust, Friction Testing Ma¬chine, 693
    • Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Michell Thrust, ss. ” Empress of Australia,” 268*
    • Theory of Lubrication, Experimental Apparatus, 693*
    • White-Metal Lining Plant, Acton Car Repair Shops, 202*
  • Beck <fc Co., Ltd., Restler Pump, 692 ; Water Meter Attachment, Measuring Fixed Quantities, 749* ; Quick-Acting Valve, 815*
  • Bedson, J. P., on Continuous Rolling Mills, 620*. See 631
  • Beeman, Engineer Commander R., Experi¬mental Work on Diesel Engines, 559, 589*, 624*. See 515
  • Beet Sugar Plant, Treatise on (Review), 504
  • Behira Power Station, 30,000 h.p. Twin Pelton Wheels, 542*
  • Belgium, Industrial Conditions, Report, 438
  • Bell, G. S., on Transverse Test Bars, 663
  • Bellingham-Stanley Spectro-Photometer, 140
  • Beiliss & Morcom, Ltd., Twin Three-Stage Air Compressor, 641* ; Area Regulators, 714*
  • Belt-Pulley Faces, Grinding Machine for, 12*
    • Weaving Loom, 549*
  • Bending Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Bengal-Assam Railway, Slips and Washouts, 141
  • Benson Steam Generator, Tests, 238
  • Benzine Extraction by Silica Gel, 622
  • Bertet, J., on Aluminous Cement, 567
  • Berth Extensions, Port of Calcutta, 37
  • Bertram, J., & Sons Co., Ltd., Boring and Turning Mill, 509*
  • Bessemer Medal, Presentation to Prof. A. Sauver, 616
  • Betteshanger Colliery, Shaft Sinking, 677
  • Bevel Gears. See Gears Bicycles. See Cycles and Motor Cycles
  • Biles, Sir J., on Ship Design, 841*. See 832
  • Binary Alloys. See AUoys under Metallurgy
    • Fluid Turbines, Mercury Vapour, 14, 47, 88, 191*, 414
  • Biplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Birkett, M. S., on Iron and Steel Industry, 761
  • Birmingham, British Industries Fair, 644, 687*
    • International Foundry Trades Exhibition, 804, 824*
    • Railway Carriage and Wagon Company, Ltd., Railway Carriages, British Empire Exhibition, 595*
  • Birthday Honours for Engineers, 744 Bismuth Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Bituminous Materials, Road Construction.
  • See Roads and Tar
  • Bjerknes, Prof. V. F. K., on Forces that Lift Aeroplanes, 647
  • Black, Sir F., on Oil Distribution and Storage, 761
  • Blackett’s Aerophor Mine-Rescue Apparatus, 619*
  • Blackfriars Cold Stores, Refrigerating Plant, 42*. See LETTER, 206
  • Blading, Integral System, Parsons Turbo- Generator, 722*
    • Steam Turbine, Use of Stainless Steel, 604
    • 30,000 kw. Turbo-Generator for Rother¬ham, 66, 134*
  • Blair, F. R., on Board of Trade and Merchant Shipping, 241
  • Blair Fellowships, Science and Technology, 311. See 744
  • Blakeborough, J., & Sons, Ltd., Valves for Water Mains, 814*
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Blasting, Liquid-Oxygen Cartridges for, 711. See Erratum, 735
  • Bleach, Hypochlorite, Electrolytic Cell for Manufacture, 780*
  • Blocks, Concrete, for Building Construction. See Concrete
    • Gauges, Method of Manufacture, 773 Blow-pine. See Welding; Cutting
  • Board of Trade Examination, Marine Engineers, 703
    • and Merchant Shipping, 241
    • Regulations, Machinery Surveys, Pas¬senger Steamers, 703
    • Ships’ Lights and Sound Signals, 312
    • Rules, Oil Fuel Installations, Passenger Steamers, 213
    • See also Overseas Trade Department
  • Boat Accommodation and Ship Design, 844.
  • See 832
    • Motor. See Motor Boat
    • Submarine. See Warships
  • Boiler, Benson Extra-High Pressure, Pre¬liminary Tests, 238
  • Boiler Chemistry and Feed-Water Supplies (Re\rtew), 154
    • Construction, High Pressures and Capa¬cities, 414. See 238
    • Coverings. See Heat Insulation
    • Electric Power Stations, Development, 413
    • Feed Pump. See Pump
    • Water Softening. See Water Softening
    • Water. See Water
    • Furnaces. See Furnace and Stoker
    • Gas Heated, for Restaurants, 711
    • Guardian Low-Wator 2llarm, 711
    • House, British Empire Exhibition, 332*, 363*, 387*, 490*. See Erratum, 444
    • North Tees Power Station, 755*
    • Locomotive, Corrosion by Tunnel Water, 267
    • London <fe North Eastern Railway, 537*
    • See also Locomotive
    • Plants, Advantages of High Pressures, 191, 238, 753. See 238, 414
    • Improvements in Efficiency, 113, 189
    • Loughborough Power Station, Exten¬sions, 765
    • Uehling Carbon-Monoxide Recorder, 77*
    • Venturi Meter for Feed Pumps, 7*. See 785
    • Pulverised Coal for Firing, 14, 87, 186, 381*, 414, 415*
    • Regulations for Use in India, 183
    • Scale Prevention, Filtrator Process using Linseed, 623*
    • for Small Power Plants, 500
    • Trials, Howden-Ljungstrdm Air Heaters, 210, 608. See 64
    • Tabulation of Results, Committee on, 831
    • Two-Stage Steam Generation, 113
    • Vertical Multitubular, with Superheater (E. S. Hindley & Sons), 121*. See 187
    • Waste Heat, Diesel Engine Plants, 122*
    • Water Tube, Babcock & Wilcox, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 332*.
  • See 387*, 444
    • Tube, Normand, French Torpedo Boat,
  • " Enseigne Gabolde,” 571*, See 483*
  • Tube, Thompson, British Empire Ex¬hibition Power Station, 363*. See 387*
    • See also Engines and Boilers in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Boilermakers’ and Sheet Ironworkers* Societies,
  • Amalgamation, Lawsuit, 183
  • Boiling Vats, Temperature Controller, 143*,714
  • Bolckow, Vaughan & Co., Ltd., Exhibit at
  • British Empire Exhibition, 605
  • Bolt Screwing Machine. See Screwing Machine
    • under Machine Tools
  • Bomb Calorimeter, Explosives Investigations, 674
  • Bombay, Land Reclamation Work, Dredger “ Sir George Lloyd ” for, 548*
    • Water Supply, New Pipe Line, 315
  • Bombing Aeroplane. See Aeroplane under Aeronautics
  • Bonnot Mill, Pulverisation of Coal, 383*
  • Bonus System. See Labour
  • Booer, J. R., on Chemical Aspects of Welding, 221*
  • Books, New, Notes on, 45, 74, 103, 137, 171, 395, 431, 473, 492, 522, 573, 649, 806, 820.
  • See LITERATURE INDEX
    • Received, 58, 86, 119, 154, 185, 216, 4i 9,
  • 443, 454, 505, 558, 616, 680„712, 756, 8C6
  • Bore Holes. See Wells Borel, Dr. F., the Late, 339 Boring Machine. See Mae/un? Tools
  • Borneo, Sarawak Crude Oil, Properties of, 56
  • Bostock & Bramley System of Gearing, Tests, 257* ; Speed Reduction Gear, 378*
  • Bottle Washing, Filling and Corking Machines, 105*
  • Bottomley, G. H., on Rudders, 243
  • Bowen Instrument Co., Pyro Radiation Pyro- 493*
  • Bowes, E.,’ on Viscosity of Cement Slurry, 566
  • Brackets, Shafting, Clip for Rolled Steel Joists, 395*
  • Bradley Mill, Pulverisation of Coal, 383*
  • Bragg, Sir W. H., on Research on Crystal Structure, 183 ; on Scattering of X-rays, 204; on Crystalline Structure of Organic Substances, 211*, 244*, 274*, 310*
  • Brake Gear, Colliery Winding Engines, Whit¬more’s, 678*
    • Vacuum, Improved Cylinder (Vacuum
  • Brake Co., Ltd.), 541*
    • Super Dreadnought Ejector, 541*
  • Braking Systems, Four-wheel, Motor Cars, 438
  • Brass, Action of Cutting Tools, Microphoto¬graphs, 630*
  • Brittle Rances, Izod Impact Tests, 344, 350*
    • Corrosion of. See Corrosion
    • Electro-Deposition of, 343
    • Foundry. See Foundry
    • Industry, Economics, 742
    • Melting, Origin and Properties of Slags, 582
    • Tubes, Feed-Water Heater, Fatigue Failure 344, 353*
  • Brasses, Bearing, White-Metal Lining Plant,
    • Acton Car Repair Shops, 202*
  • Brazil, Sorocaba Power Station, 25,000-h.p.
    • Hydraulic Turbine, 541*
  • Breakdowns. See Accidents
  • Breathing Apparatus, Mine-Rescue Work,
    • Using Liquid Air, 619*
    • Oxygen, for Aviators, 506*
    • Oxygen, Mine Rcscuo Work, Report on, 307; Training in Use, United States, 393 ; Proto Apparatus, 807*
  • Bricks, Fire. See Firebricks; Refractory M aterials
  • Brickwork, Checker, Regenerators for Open- Hearth Furnaces, 29*
  • Bridges, Do flection of, Metroclinc for Measur¬ing, 237*
    • Design, Secondary Stresses in, 209
    • Effect of Deck System on Stresses, 380
    • Girders, Transverse Oscillations, Live Load and Impact Allowances, 378
    • Indian Railways, Rules for Design, 209
    • Rivers, Effect of Catchment Discharge on Waterways, 87
  • Bridges, Suspension, Menai, Examination and Stress Measurements, 23
    • Waterloo, London, Proposed Reconstruc¬tion, 470, 584, 760
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Brine Leaching Processes, Lead Extraction, 251, 319
  • Brinell Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Briquetting Plant, Coke Breeze, Gas Works, Swindon, 421*
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., Aeroplane Engines and Gas Starter, 551*
    • Congress, Institute of Transport, 729
    • Port of, Development, 729
  • Bristow, Col. W. A., on Aerial Transport, 729
  • British Area Regulators, Ltd., Exhibit at
  • British Empire Exhibition, 714*
  • “British Aviator,” Motor Tanker, Launch, 680
  • British Canals, Suggested Resuscitation, 56
    • Cast-Iron Research Association, 761
    • Chemical Standards, Iron and Steel Analysis, 432. See 631
  • British Corporation, Survey and Registry of Shipping, Work of, 275
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, Luncheon, 409

British Empire Exhibition : Aeronautical Exhibits:—

  • Aeroplanes, Commercial and Military (Vickers, Ltd.), 550*
  • Air Ministry Exhibit, 550. See 675
  • Engine, Petrol, Aeroplane, 100-H.P. Bristol “Lucifer,” 552*
  • Engine, Petrol, Aeroplane, 400-H.P. Bristol “Jupiter,” 551*
  • Oxygen - Breathing Apparatus for Aviators, 506*
  • Starter, Gas, Aero Engines, Bristol, 553

Conferences, etc.:—

  • Empire Automobile Conference, 830
  • Empire Mining and Metallurgical Congress, 739, 759. See 750*, 776, 780*, 797
  • Preliminary Programme, 526
  • Problems Relating to Textile Fibres : Air¬craft Fabrics, 805
  • Science and Labour Conference, 736
  • World Power Conference, 644. See 766
  • ‘’Electrical Exhibits:—
  • Cube Photometer for Mean Spherical Candle Power (Everett, Edgcumbe & Co., Ltd.), 543*
  • Electrolytic Cell, Sodium Hypochlorite Pro¬duction (Mather & Platt, Ltd.), 780*
  • Motors, Three-Phase, Variable Speed (Brit¬ish Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 658*
  • Switchgear, Extra High Tension, Self-Con¬tained (Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd.), 650*
  • Switchgear Truck Ty pe, 6,600 - Volt (Englis h Electric Co., Ltd.), 543*
  • Telephone Apparatus (S. G. Brown, Ltd.), 546*
  • Transformers (Brush Electrical Engineer¬ing Co., Ltd.), 777*
  • Trans verter for High-Tension Direct- Current Transmission (English Elec¬tric Co., Ltd.), 563*. See LETTERS, 649, 669, 712, 744, 796, 825.
  • Wind-driven Electric Lighting Plant. Ventimotor, 711

Engineering Exhibits:—

  • Air Compressor, Twin 3-Stage, for Motor Ships (Beiliss & Morcom, Ltd.), 541*
  • Boilers, Low-Water Alarm for (R. Trist & Co.). 711
  • Boiler-Scale Prevention, Filtrator Process Using Linseed, 628*
  • Centrifugal Drying Machine, with Kam- lok Safety Device (Watson, Laid- law <fe Co., Ltd.), 818*
    • Machines, Pelton-Wheel Drive (Pott,
  • Cassels <fe Williamson), 818*
    • Machine, 36-in. Swan Neck (T.
  • Broadbent & Sons, Ltd.), 817*
    • Separators, Vickcen (British Separators, Ltd.), 820
  • Engine, Gas, 150-H.P. 3-Cylinder Vertical, and Electric Generator (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 532*
    • Internal-Combustion, General Article, 529*
    • Combustion, and Chain – Driven Generator, House Lighting (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 534*
    • Oil, 420-h.p. and Electric Generator (Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd.), 839*
    • 60-H.P. 2-Cycle, and Electric Gene¬rator, Marine Auxiliary Work (W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 530*
    • 30-H.P. Horizontal Cold-Starting (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 534*
    • Diesel, 130-H.P. Beardmore-Tosi and Electric Generator, 530*
    • Diesel, 320-H.P. Burmeister & Wain Type (W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 530*
    • Diesel, Marine, 3,000-H.P., for M.S. “ Sevilla,” Valve Gear (North Eastern Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.), 532*
    • or Petrol, and Electric Generators
  • House Lighting (New Pelapone Engine Co., Ltd.), 534*
    • Petrol, and 120-Watt Electric Gene¬rator for Telephone Exchange (S. Turner, Ltd.), 811*
    • Steam, 115-H.P. Uniflow Type (J. Car¬michael & Co., Ltd.), 808*
  • Heat Insulating Materials, 710
  • Hydraulic Valves, High Pressures, Homeyard (Glenfield <fc Kennedy, Ltd.), 745*
  • Injector for Steam Wagons (Gresham & Craven, Ltd.), 588*
  • Marine Propulsion, Stern Tube Appliances (B. R. Vickers (Leeds) Engineering Co., Ltd.), 592*
  • Measuring Liquids, Water Meter Attach¬ment for (Beck & Co., Ltd.), 749*
  • National Physical Laboratory, Exhibit of Engineering Department, 692*. See Erratum, 730
  • Producer, Suction Gas, for Motor Wagons, Parker, 711
  • Refrigerator Plant, Australian Exhibit, 725*
  • Regulators, for Pressure, Temperature, Ac. (British Area Regulators, Ltd.), 714*
  • Rock Crusher, Gyratory (Vickers, Ltd.), 000*
  • Stone Crushing Machinery (Hadfields,Ltd.), 730
  • Steam De-Superheating Apparatus (BritLsh Area Regulators, Ltd.), 716*
  • Temperature Control Apparatus, Liquids (BritLsh Area Regulators, Ltd.), 714*
  • Turbine, Hydraulic, 25,000-H.P., for Soro¬caba Power Station (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 541*
  • Turbine, Hydraulic 30,000-H.P. Twin Impulse Type, Bchira Power Station (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 542*
  • Turbo Generator, 12,000 KW., for Colenso Power Station (C. A. Parsons & Co., Ltd.), 721*
  • Valves, Steam-Pressure Control (British Area Regulators, Ltd.), 714*
  • Variable-Speed Gear, Hydraulic, Williams- Janney (Vickers, Ltd.), 803*
  • Water-Softening Plant, Domestic, Zeolite Process (Kennicott Water Softener Co.), 626*

Gas Exhibits :—

  • Aerograph for Oil Spraying Gas Mains, 711
  • Air Heater, Gas Fired (J. Keith & Black¬man Co., Ltd.), 711
  • Boilers, Gas Heated, for Restaurants, Ac. (J. Stott & Co.), 711
  • Buoys, Gas-Lighted, for Coast Lighting (Patent Lighting Co.), 711
  • Gas Burners (J. Keith A Blackman Co., Ltd.), 711
  • General Descriptive Articles, 649, 710. See Erratum, 680
  • Pressure Indicator, Distant, for Gas Mains, Wldlake (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 710

General:—

  • Australian Pavilion and Exhibits, 527*, 723*. See 226*
  • Buildings, General Description, 225* Burma Pavilion, 527*
  • Canadian Pavilion, 527*. See 226*
  • Ceylon Pavilion, 528*
  • Colliery, Equipment of, 677*, 726*, 756*, 793*
  • East African Section, 528*
  • Empire Trade Development, 555
  • Evolution, History and Administration, 523
  • Hong Kong Building, 528*
  • Indian Pavilion, 527*
  • Introductory Article, 81 Key Plan, 225*, 524*
  • Malaya Pavilion, 528*
  • Malta Pavilion, 528*
  • Never-Stop Railway, 225
  • New Zealand Pavilion, 527
  • Newfoundland Pavilion, 528*
  • Organising Associations, 526, 584
  • Palace of Engineering, Constructional Details, 263*. See 228*, 291*
  • Palace of Industry, Constructional Details, 291*. See 228* 263*
  • Power Station, Electric, Equipment, 330*, 363*, 387*, 425*, 455*, 490*. See Erratum, 444
  • Principal Buildings and Contents, 526 Public Address System at Opening Cere¬mony, 560*
  • Sarawak Pavilion, 528*
  • South African Pavilion, 528*
  • Transport Facilities, 81, 225
  • Water Supply, 228
  • West African Section, 528*
  • West Indian Pavilion, 528*

Harbour Plant:—

  • Barge, Self-Dumping, for Dredging Work (H. Robb, Ltd.), 548
  • Crane, 60-Ton Floating (Fleming & Fergu¬son, Ltd.), 546*
  • Dredger, 8 Cubic Yard Dipper Type (Flem¬ing & Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
  • “ Kaione,” Fruhling Type Suction (Fleming A Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
  • “ K’uai Li,” Suction Type for the Taku Bar (Lobnitz & Co.), 547*
  • ” Lucayan,” Dipper Type for Bahamas (Lobnitz A Co.), 547*
  • ” Paritutu,” Combined Bucket and Suction (Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
  • ” Ronaldshay,” Rotary-Cutter Suction Type (W. Simons & Co., Ltd.), 548*
  • ” Sir George Lloyd,” Cutter Suction Land-Reclamation Type, for Bombay (W. Simons & Co., Ltd.), 548*
  • ” Sir William Matthews,” Stern Well Bucket Type (Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
  • Hopper Barge, Early, for River Clyde (W. Simons A Co., Ltd.), 548*
  • Rock-Breaking, Sub-Aqueous, Equipment (Fleming A Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*

Machine Tools’.—

  • Boring and Turning Mills, Vertical (Arm¬strong, Whitworth A Co., Ltd.), 696
  • Broaching Machine (Vickers, Ltd.), 696
  • Drilling Machine, Radial (F. Town A Sons), 698*
  • Gear-Shaping Machine (Vickers, Ltd.), 553
  • Lathe, Axle-Turning (Armstrong, Whit¬worth A Co., Ltd.), 695*
  • Lathe, Railway-Wheel (Armstrong, Whit¬worth A Co., Ltd.), 696*
  • Lathe, Tool-Room, 6|-inch Centres (Vickers, Ltd.), 553*
  • Mortising Machine, Chain and Hollow Chisel Type (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 553*
  • Moulding Machine, Wood, Vertical Spindle (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 554*
  • Screw Machine, Automatic, Smallpeico (Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd.), 096*
  • Woodworking Machine, Universal, Super Elliot (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 553*

Metallurgical Exhibits:—

  • Armour Plates and Projectiles, Hadflelds, 730 ; Beardmore, 788
  • Australian Iron and Steel Industry, 724
  • Coke-Oven Plant, 710
  • General Descriptive Articles, 604*, 668, 730, 788
  • Guns, Beardmore, 788 ; Vickers, 801
  • Guns, Early, 676*
  • Institute of Metals Exhibit, 574
  • Iron and Steel Products, 604*, 668, 730, 788
  • Monel Metal Products (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 669
  • National Physical Laboratory, Exhibit of Metallurgical Department, 627*
  • Refractory Materials, 605, 710
  • Schoop Metal-Spraving Process (Metal¬lisation, Ltd.), 710
  • Wire Ropes and Ropeways, 730, 789

Mining Exhibits:—

  • Australian Mining Industry Exhibit, 724
  • Colliery, Equipment of, 677*, 726*, 756*, 793*
  • Liquid-Oxygen Cartridges for Blasting, 711. See Erratum, 735
  • Mine-Rescue Apparatus Proto, Using Compressed Oxygen (Siebe, Gorman & Co., Ltd.), 807*
  • Mine Rescue Apparatus Using Liquid Air (Guest & Chrimes, Ltd.), 619*
  • Steel Tubular Pit Props, 789
  • Winding Engine, Electrically-Driven (Vic¬kers, Ltd.), 633*

Miscellaneous Exhibits:—

  • Agricultural Machinery, Australian, 724
  • Chemical Exhibits, 582, 646. See Erratum, 680
  • Flour-Milling Plant, Australian Exhibit, 725*
  • Timber, Australian Exhibit, 723

Naval Exhibits:—

  • Admiralty Hydiographical Department, •676
  • General Descriptive Articles, 675*, 801
  • Gun, 16-in. Naval (Vickers, Ltd.), 801
  • Guns, Early, 676*
  • H.M. Navy Exhibit, 675*
  • Paravane for Defence Against Submarine
  • Mines (Vickers, Ltd.), 801
  • Submarine Mine (Vickers, Ltd.), 801
  • Warship Construction (Vickers, Ltd.), 801

Pumps and Pumping Machinery :—

  • Pump, Centrifugal, for Calcutta Water¬works (Mather A Platt, Ltd.), 689
    • High-Lift, Single-Stage (Pulso¬meter Engineering Co., Ltd.), 691*
    • High-Speed, Single-Stage (J. Coch¬rane (Barrhead), Ltd.), 691*
    • 48-in. Low-Lift, for Littleton Reservoir (Worthington-Simpson, Ltd.), 689*
    • for Paper Pulp (J. Cochrane (Barr¬head), Ltd.), 691*
    • for Slurry (Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd.), 691*
    • Stereophagus, Vertical Spindle (Pul¬someter Engineering Co., Ltd.), 692*
    • Reciprocating, Vertical Double-Act¬ing; Restler (Beck A Co., Ltd.), 692*
    • Vertical Duplex and Simplex for Oil Fuel (A. G. Mumford, Ltd.), 692

Railway Material:—

  • Carriages, Kitchen, Dining and Sleeping, South African Railways (Birmingham Railway Carriage & Wagon Co., Ltd.), 595*
  • Carriages, Pullman Parlour and Buffet Cars (Birmingham Railway Carriage & Wagon Co., Ltd.), 595
  • Carriage, State Saloon for the King of Egypt (Metropolitan Carriage, Wagon & Finance Co., Ltd.), 539*
  • General Descriptive Articles, 535*, 595*, 665* _
  • Inspection Cars, Petrol-Driven (Drewry Car Co., Ltd.), 667*
  • Locomotive, 4-6-0 Type, London Midland A Scottish Railway (W. Beardmore A Co., Ltd.), 665*
    • 4-6-2 Type, 3-Cylinder, for London A North Eastern Railway, 537*
    • Electric Battery Shunting (Hawthorn, Leslie A Co., Ltd.), 667*
    • No. 1, for Stockton A Darlington Railway, 535*
    • for South African Railways (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 597*
    • Petrol, Narrow-Gauge (Drewry Car Co., Ltd), 665*
    • Shunting and Steam Crane Combined (Hawthorn, Leslie A Co., Ltd.), 667
  • Vacuum Brake Cylinder (Vacuum Brako Co., Ltd.), 541* ,
  • Vacuum Brake, Super - Dreadnought Ejector (Gresham A Craven, Ltd.), 541*

Scientific Exhibits

  • General Survey of Scientific Exhibits, 580

National Physical Laboratory Exhibits :

  • Metallurgical Department, 627* ; Engineering Department, 692*. See Erratum, 730 ; Metrology Depart¬ment, 773* _
  • Optical Projection Micrometer, Lew- beck, Measuring Fine Wires (London Electric Wire Co. and Smiths, Ltd.), 716*. See 20
  • Wilson Optical Projection Comparator* Screw Threads (A. IIliger, Ltd.), 600*
  • Workshop Laboratory (Vickers, Ltd.), 614. See 606*

Textile Machinery:—

  • Cloth-Folding and Measuring Machine (R. Hall A Sons (Bury), Ltd.), 550*
  • Loom, Automatic (R. Hall & Sons (Bury), Ltd.), 549*
  • Loom for Belt Weaving (R. Hall & Sons (Bury), Ltd.), 549*
  • Loom for Weaving Horsehair Cloth (R. Hall & Sons (Bury), Ltd.), 549*
  • Wool Washing Machine (Hughes & Lancaster, Ltd.), 841*

Waterworks Appliances:—

  • General Descriptive Articles, 783*, 814*
  • Mains, Gas and Water, Appliance for Tapping under Pressure (Beck & Co., Ltd.), 783*
  • Sand Washer for Filter Beds, Peebles (Glenfield A Kennedy, Ltd.), 784*
  • Sluice Valve, 50-in. Electrically-Operated (Glenfield A Kennedy, Ltd.), 784*
  • Valve, Edwards Self-closing, Water Mains (J. Blakeborough A Sons, Ltd.), 814
  • Valve, Gate, Handy Quick-Acting (Beck A Co., Ltd.), 815*
  • Valve, Plug. Lundgren-Boyd with Remote- Control (J. Blakeborough A Sons, Ltd.), 814*
  • Water Mains, Cleaning Apparatus, Water- propelled (Glenfield A Kennedy, Ltd.), 587*
    • Cole Recording Pitometer (Glen¬field A Kennedy, Ltd.), 785
    • Meter, Eccentric-Drum Type (G. Kent, Ltd.), 786*
    • Fan Type (Guest A Chrimes, Ltd.), 814*
  • British Empire, Mineral Resources, 739, 760
    • Survey of Resources (Review), 706
    • Engineering Standards Association. See Engineering Standards
    • Engineers’ Association and British Empire Exhibition, 584
    • Foundry men, Institute of. See Foundrymen
    • Industries Fair, London, 583 ; Birmingham, 644, 687*
    • Federation of, Resources of British Empire (Review), 706
  • British Mannesmann Tube Co., Ltd., Exhibit at
  • British Empire Exhibition, 605
    • Navy. See H.M. under Warships
    • Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association, 762
    • Railways. See Railways
    • Separators, Ltd., Vickcen Centrifugal Separators, 820
    • Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
    • Shipping. See Shipping
    • Thoms on-Houston Co., Ltd., 30,000-kw.
  • Turbo-generator for Rotherham, 65*, 134* ; Turbo-generator, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 388 ; Variable
  • Speed Three-phase Motors, 658* ; Motor and Switchgear, Winding Plant, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 793*
    • Trade. See Trade
  • Brittle Ranges, Brass, Impact Tests, 344, 350
  • Broaching Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Broadbent, T., A Sons,Hydro-Extractor, 817
  • Bromford, Ltd., Steel Tubes, British Empire Exhibition, 788
  • Bronze, Low-Tin, Effect of Cold Drawing and Annealing, 346
    • Zinc, Effect of Casting Temperatures, 361, 384*
  • Brooke, J. W., the late, 152
  • Brooke, J. W., A Co., Ltd., Petrol Engines for Wireless Work, 76*
  • Brown, Bayley’s Steel Works, Ltd., Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 605
  • Brown, C. E. L., the late, 640
  • Brown, J., A Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 605*
  • Brown, S. G., Ltd., Telephone Apparatus,
  • British Empire Exhibition, 545*
  • Brown A Sharpe Manufacturing Co., Gear-Hobbing Machine, 461*
  • Brown A Ward, Ltd., Automatic Lathe, 645
  • Bruhn, Dr. J., on Ship Construction, 311
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., Brush-Ljungstrom Turbo-Generator, Lough¬borough, 765 : Transformers, British Empire Exhibition, 777*
  • Brushes, Water-propelled, Cleaning Water Mains, 587*
  • Buck A Hickman, Ltd., Clip for Shafting Brackets, 395*
  • Bucket Conveyor. See Conveyor
  • Buildings, Acoustics of (Review), 408
  • British Empire Exhibition, Constructional Details, 225*, 263*, 291*
    • Damage by Vibrations, 163*. See Frntfum, 213
    • Construction, Concrete Blocks and Machines for. See Concrete
    • See also Ferro-Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • Earthquake Countries, Method of Support¬ing, 37
    • Heating. Heat Transmission from Radia¬tors, 831
    • Margarine Factory, Righting Settlement, 174*
    • Materials, Gas Permeability, 68
    • Trades Exhibition, Olympia, 502
    • Vibrations of, Sand Cone Tests, 163*. See Erratum, 213
  • Bulge Protection, Warships, against Torpedo
  • Attack, 472, 475. See 488, 745*, 777
  • Bulk Storage of Petrol, Evaporation Losses, 82
  • Bulkheads. See Water-tight Subdivision
  • Bunker Hill Lead Leaching Plant, 320
  • Bunting, D., on Brittle Ranges in Brass, 350*. See 344
  • Buoys, Gas-lighted, Coast Lighting, 711
  • Bureau of Mines. See United States
    • of Standards. See United States
  • Burma Pavilion, British Empire Exhibition, 527*
    • Crude Oils, Properties, 470
    • Oil Fields, Use of Electric Power, 214
  • Burmeister & Wain Type Diesel Engine, 531
  • Burners, Gas (J. Keith & Blackman Co., Ltd.), 711
    • Oil Fuel. See Oil Fuel
    • Pulverised Coal, 415*
  • Burney, Commander C. D., on Airships, 487. See 404, 709
  • Burnley, New Electric Power Station, Padi- ham, 709
  • Burnside, W., on Dalmarnock Power Station, 511
  • Bus Bars, Standard Markings, 173

C

  • CABLES, Ships’, Standardisation, 255
    • See also Wire Ropes and Electric
  • Cableway. See Wire Ropeway
  • Cadmium-Copper Alloys, Constitution, 361
    • Electro Deposition on Aluminium, 506
  • Caissons, Foundations of Dock Walls, Calcutta, 39*
  • Calculus of Observations (Review), 504. See LETTER. 558
  • Calcutta, King George’s Dock, Construction, 37*
    • Water Works, Centrifugal Pump, 689
  • Caledonian Wire Rope Co., Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 730
  • Callendar Hot-Wire Anemometer, 136*, 249*. See LETTER, 314*
  • Callendar, Prof. H. L., Measurements of Pro¬perties of Steam, 579
  • Calorimeter, Bomb, Explosives Investigations, 674
  • Cam Design, Fuel Valves, Diesel Engines, 590
  • Cambridge Cold-Storage Research Station, 68
  • Cambridge, Instrument Co., Ltd., Exhibits, Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibi¬tion, 20*, 54 ; Moullin Torsion Meter, 648, 764*
  • Camden Town Junction, Tunnelling Work, 561
  • Camellaird-Fullagar Oil Engine, Trials, 409
  • Cameron, C. S., on Canadian Iron and Steel Industry, 761
  • Canada, Western, British Trade Representa¬tion, 810
  • Canadian Iron and Steel Industry, 761
    • Pacific SS. “ Empress of Australia,” MicheU Thrust Block, 268*
    • Pavilion, British Empire Exhibition, 527*. See 226*
  • Canals, British. Suggested Resuscitation, 56
    • Steering Ships in, 833
    • Tasmanian Hydro-Electric Power Scheme, 568*
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cane-Sugar Plant, Treatise on (Review), 504
  • Cantor Lectures on Colloidal Chemistry, 181
  • Capacity. See Electric
  • Capital and Labour. See Labour and Indus¬trial Notes
  • Carbon-Monoxide Recorder, Uehling, 77*
    • Self-Rescue Apparatus, Mines, Ac., 496
    • Ring Electric Furnace, National Physical Laboratory, 628*
    • Tetrachloride for Fire Extinction, 385
  • Carbonisation, Coal, Economic Balance in Products 40 7
  • Carburisation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Cargo Fleet Iron Co., Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exibition, 668, 710
  • Cargo Steamers. See Steamers
  • Carmichael, J., & Co., Ltd., Uniflow Steam Engine, 808*
  • Carpenter, Prof. H. C. H., on Metallurgical Education, 761
  • Carriages, Railway, Acton Repair Shops, 195* 229*
    • Kitchen, Dining and Sleeping, South African Railways, 595*
    • Pullman, Parlour and Buffet Cars, 595
    • Royal Saloon, Egyptian Railways, 539*
    • Steel, New York Subway, 127
  • Carrington, H., High-Temperature Tests, Iron and Steel, 69*. See LETTER, 154
  • Cars, Inspection, Railway, Petrol-Driven, 667*
    • Motor. See Motor Cars
    • Refrigerator, Thickness of Insulation, 217* 252*
    • Repair Shops, Underground Railways Acton, 195*, 229*
  • Cartridges, Liquid-Oxygen, for Blasting, 711. See Erratum, 73.5
  • Case Hardening. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Casella, C. F., A Co., Ltd., Metrocline for Measuring Deflections, 237*
  • Cask-Washing Machine, 367*
  • Cast-Iron Pipes, British Empire Exhibition 789
    • Research Association, British, 761
    • Transverse Test Bars and Engineering Formula, 663
  • Castings, Cleaning, Home Office Regulations, 247
    • Efficient Design, 423
    • Iron, British Empire Exhibition; <89
    • Process, Centrifugal, Davis Steel Railway Wheel, 605*
    • Steel, British Empire Exhibition, 730, 788
    • Temperatures, Aluminium Alloys, 73
    • Zinc-Bronze, Effect on Properties, 361, 384*
  • Catalogues, 32, 94, 160, 162, 192, 223, 255, 354, 385, 418, 450, 512, 561, 592, 626, 687, 752. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Catchment Areas, Flood Discharge and Water¬ways of Bridges, 87
    • Rainfall and Run off, 40*, 87, 193*
  • Caterpillar Tractor. See Tractor.
  • Cathode Ray Oscillograph, Use of con Lamps, 674
  • Cells. See Electric
  • Celluloid Films and Mirrors, Hilger’s, 20
    • Models, Stress Determination. See Optical
  • Cement, Factors affecting Setting, 557
    • Grouting, Well-Boring Operations, 155*
    • High Alumina (Ciment Fondu), Action of Frost, 393, 566. See LETTER, 464
    • Alumina (Ciment Fondu), Emergency Use in Warehouse Construction, 144
    • Alumina (Ciment Fondu), Properties and Uses, 566
    • International Congress, 557, 566
    • Manufacture, Principles of Fine Grinding, 566
    • Rotary Kilns, Pulverised-Coal Firing, 381*. See 415*
    • Rotary Kilns, Measurement of Air Supply, 557
    • Viscosity of Slurry, 566
    • Use in Sea Water, 577. See 567
    • See also Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cementation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Central Station. See Power Station
  • Centrifugal Casting Process, Davis Steel Railway Wheel, 605*
    • Drying Machine, Kamlok Safety Device (Watson, Laidlaw & Co., Ltd.), 818*
    • Machines, Pelton-Wheel Drive (Pott,
  • Cassels & Williamson), 818*
    • Machine, 36-in. Swan Neck (T. Broad¬bent & Sons, Ltd.), 817*
    • and Separating Machines, British Empire Exhibition, 817*
    • Pumps. See Pumps
    • Separators for Liquids, 312
    • Vickcen, 820
  • Ceylon Pavilion, British Empire Exhibition, 528*
  • Chains and Anchors, Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 668
    • Cables, Ships’, Standardisation, 255
    • Mortising Machines for Wood, 268*, 553*
    • Track Tractor. See Tractor
  • Chamber of Shipping, Report, 246; Presi¬dential Address by Sir A. G. Anderson on Shipping Industry, 274
  • Change-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • Channels, Water Flow in, Measurement by Salt, 439, 441
  • Chantiers et Ateliers A. Normand, Torpedo Boat “ Enseigne Gabolde,” 483*, 571*
  • Charcoal, Absorption of Gases by, 429
    • Iron Smelting, Temperatures in Blast Furnaces, 588
  • Chartered Civil Engineers, 21
  • Charts, Navigation, Admiralty Hydrogra¬phical Department, 676
  • Chatwin, T., Ltd., Screwing Machine, 687*. See 645
  • Checker Brickwork Regenerators, Open-Hearth Furnaces, 29*
  • Chemical Analysis. See Analysis
    • Aspects, Autogenous Welding, 221*
    • Elements, Treatise on (Review), 118
    • Engineering, Ramsay Memorial Laboratory, Inauguration, 116
    • Exhibits, British Industries Fair, 583;
  • British Empire Exhibition, 582, 646, 710. See Erratum, 680
    • Fire Extinguisher, Motor Cycle, 645, 687*
    • Industry, Society of (Chemical Engineer¬ing Group), Discussion on Treatment of Water for Industrial Purposes, 266, 286, 287; Joint Meeting with Hull Chemical and Engineering Society, E. A. Alliott on Centrifugal Dryers and Separators, 312 ; L. Andrews, on Kinetic Elutriation, 442 ; Prof. E. C. Andrews on Silica Gel as Industrial Adsorbent of Benzene, 622 ; (Newcastle Section), C. H. Ridsdale on British Chemical Standards for Iron and Steel, 432.
    • Research in India, 614
    • Resistance, Engineering Materials (Review), 185
    • Standards, Iron and Steel Analysis, 432, 631
    • Works, Oppau, Cause of Explosion, 501
  • Chemistry, Aluminium Salts, Production from Alunite, 577
    • Analysis of Rare Metals, 119
    • Atoms and Isotopes, 770*
    • Boiler, and Feed-Water Supplier (Review), 154
  • Colloidal, Cantor Lectures by Dr. E. K. Rideal, 181
  • Colours, Stains and Dyes, 570
  • Copper, Effect of Impurities on Conduc¬tivity, 631
    • of Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Crystalline Structure of Organic Substances, 211*, 244*, 274*, 310*
    • of Fluxes and Slags, 582
    • Inorganic and Theoretical (Review), 84*
    • Institute of: C. H. Ridsdale on Chemical Standards for Iron and Steel, 432
    • Reactivity of Coke, 247
    • Fats, Natural and Synthetic (Review), 443
    • Silica Gel, Use as Benzene Adsorbent, 622
    • Sizes of Atoms and Molecules, 770
    • Tar Distillation and Products (Review), 118
    • Water, Determination of Hardness, 267
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Chillweli Depot, Rust Removal Process, 25*, See 464
  • Chimney, Steel, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 335*
  • China, Development of British Trade, 468
    • Shanghai, Electric Power Supply, 645
  • Power Station, Failure of Turbo-Generator, 18, 645.
    • Suction Dredger for Taku Bar, 547*
    • Yangtze-Kiang River, Shallow-Draught Steamer, 10*
  • Chlorine, Sterilisation of Water, Chloronome Apparatus, 142*. See 266
  • Chloronome Water Sterilising Apparatus, 142* See 266
  • Christelow, J. W., on Viscosity of Cement Slurry, 566
  • Ciment Fondu, Action of Frost on, 393, 566. See LETTER, 464
  • Ciment Fondu, Emergency Use in Warehouse Construction, 144
    • Properties and Uses, 566
  • Cincinnati Lathe and Tool Co., Lathe, 681
  • Cinematograph. See Kinematograph
  • Circular Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools
  • Circulating Pumps. See Pumps
    • Water, Cooling Towers, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 490
    • Treatment with Chlorine, 142*. See 266
  • Circulation Theory, Aeroplane Lift and Drag, 1*, 35*, 100*, 169*, 258*, 823. See LETTERS, 313, 744*
  • Citroen-K6gresse Motor Car, 347*
  • City & South London Railway, Tunnel-Widening, 561 ; Earth Subsidence, 520
  • Civil Aerial Transport. See Aeronautics
    • Engineers, Chartered, 21
    • French Society of (British Section),
  • Traction Across Rough Country, by L. A. Legros, 282*, 317*, 347*. See Erratum, 368
  • ‘’’Civil Engineers, Institution of :
  • Report on Destructive Marine Organisms, 5
  • Supplemental Royal Charter, 21
  • Account of an Examination of the Menai Suspension Bridge, by H. T. Tuds- bery and A. R. Gibbs, 23
  • Floods of the Damodar River and Rain Storms Producing Them, by E. L. Glass, 86
  • Effect of Shape of Catchment on Flood Discharge, by Lieut.-Col. G. R. Hearn, 87
  • Discharge from Catchment Areas in India as Affecting the Waterways of Bridges, by G. E. LUlie, 87
  • Slips and Washouts on the Hill Section of the Assam-Bengal Railway, by T. R. Nolan, 41
  • Underdrainage and its Application to Rail¬way Work, by R. D. Walker, 141
  • Measurement of the Discharge of the Nile through the Sluices of the Assuan Dam, by Dr. H. E. Hurst and D. A. F. Watt, 281
  • Similarity of Motion of Water through Sluices and through Scale Models : Experiments with Models of Sluices of the Assuan Dam, by Dr. H. E. Hurst, and D. A. F. Watt, 281
  • Theory of Transverse Oscillations in Girders and its Relation to Live Load and Impact Allowances, by Prof. C. E. Inglis, 378
  • Interaction in Bridgework of the Deck System on the Main Girders and the Consequent Modification of Stresses Therein, by D. H. Remfry, 380
  • Discussion on Thermal Efficiency of In¬ternal-Combustion Engines, 429, 467. See LETTERS, 558, 585
  • Report on Standard Tests for Hydraulic Plant, Discussion, 439*
  • Barton Power Station of the Manchester Corporation, and the Transmission System in Connection therewith, by H. N. Allott and S. L. Pearce, 511
  • Dalmarnock Electricity Works, by W. Burnside, 511
  • Committee on Tabulating Results of Heat. Engine and Boiler Trials, 831.
  • Civil Engineers of Ireland, Institution of,
  • Correspondence on Irish Water-Power Development, 572. See 339
  • Clamp for Shafting Brackets, Rolled Steel Joists, 395*
  • Clark & Standfield, Floating Dock for South¬ampton, 206, 789*
  • Clarke, Lieut.-Col. E. K., on Smeaton’s Model' of Eddystone Lighthouse, 504
  • Clays, Fire. See Firebricks; Refractory
  • ‘’Materials
  • Cleaning Apparatus, Water Mains, Water-Propelled, 587*
  • Clements, F., on British Blast Furnaces, 741
  • Cldre Mechanical Shovel, 495*
  • Cleveland Institution of Engineers, C. H. Ridsdale on British Chemical Standards for Iron and Steel, 432
    • Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
    • and the Northern Counties, Notes from, 14, 48, 78, 111, 145, 176, 206, 238, 270, 304, 336, 369, 400, 434, 464, 497, 521, 577, 608, 640, 671, 703, 735, 767, 797, 827. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Climate. See Meteorological
  • Clip for Shafting Brackets, Rolled-Steel Joists, 395*
  • Clocks, Electrically-Controlled, British Empire Exhibition, 582
  • Cloth Folding qnd Measuring Machine, 550
  • Cloud Photography, Wide-Angle Lens, 496
  • Clyde Navigation Trustees, Early Hopper Barge, 548*
  • CO2. See Carbon Dioxide
  • Coaches, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coal Carbonisation, Economic Balance in Pro¬ducts, 407
    • Economy. See Fuel Economy ; Pulverised Coal
    • Gas. See Gas
    • Gasification, Regenerative System, Avles-bury, 834
    • Handling Plant, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 490
    • Plant, Gas Plant, Swindon Railway Works, 328*
    • Plant, Rotterdam Harbour, 619
    • Illinois, Screening of, 496
    • Low Temperature Coking, and Smoke Abatement, 576
    • Mine. See Colliery
    • Mining Industry, Economics, 740
    • Use of Machinery, 759
    • Preparation for Market, 759
    • Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal
    • Resources of British Empire, 739
    • Spontaneous Combustion of, 160
    • Tar Distillation and Products (Review), 118
    • Washing, Kinetic Elutriation Process, 442
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Coalfield, Kent, Betteshanger Colliery, 677
  • Coalite. See Coal, Low-Temperature Coking
  • Coast Lighting, Gas-Lighted Buoys, 711
  • Coastal Shipping, Present Position, 487
  • Cobalt-Chromium Steel, Magnetic Tests, 295*. See LETTER, 368
    • Electro-Deposited, Hardness, 663
  • Cochrane & Co., Ltd., Exhibit at British Em¬ pire Exhibition, 668, 710
  • Cochrane, J. (Barrhead), Ltd., Centrifugal Pumps, British Empire Exhibition, 690*
  • Cock, Plug, Cork Packed, for Petrol, 303
  • Cockerill Gas Engine, Lodge Ignition Equip¬ment, 394*
  • Coefficients of Expansion, Metals and Alloys, Determination, 344, 352*
  • Cohen, Sir, R. W., on Economics of Oil Indus¬try, 740
  • Coinage, Silver Alloys, Nature and Properties of Slag, 582
  • Coke Breeze Briquetting Plant, Gas Works, Swindon, 421*
    • Handling Plant, Gas Plant, Swindon, 328*
    • Oven Plant, British Empire Exhibition, 710
    • Reactivity of, 247
    • Washing and Screening Plant, Gas Works, Swindon, 421*
  • Coking, Low-Temperature of Coal. See Coal
    • Stoker. See Stoker
  • Colbeck, E. W., on Hardening Silico-Man- ganese Steels, 663
  • Cold Drawing Bronze, Effect of, 346.
    • Spray, Asphalt, for Roads, Distributing Machine, 804.
    • Storage, Autofrigor System, Using Methyl Chloride, 104*. See Erratum, 141
    • Effects of Freezing Meat and Eggs, 68
    • Insulating Materials, British Empire Exhibition, 710
    • Insulating Materials, Investigations, 68
    • Plant, Australian, British Empire Exhi¬bition, 725*
    • Research Station, Cambridge, 68 See also Refrigeration
    • Stores, Blackfriars, Refrigerating Plant, 42*.
    • See LETTER, 206
    • Work, Effect on Density, Alpha Iron Crystals, 631
  • Cole, Marchant & Morley, Ltd., Condensing Plant, Turbo-Generator, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 389*
  • Cole Recording Pitometer for Water Mains, 785
  • Colenso Power Station, Turbo-Generator, 721
  • College. See Education
  • Colliery Accidents, Relative Importance, 497
    • Betteshanger, Kent Coalfield, 677
    • at British Empire Exhibition, 677*, 72*6*. 756*, 793*
  • Cages, Automatic Safety Gates, 728*
    • Kep Operating Gear, Marson’s, 727*
    • Safety Hook for, 726*
  • Carbon Monoxide Self Rescue Apparatus, 496
    • Gas Ignition by Signalling Apparatus and Electric Lamps, 179
    • Indicating Attachment, Miners’ Lamps, 179, 716*
  • Head Gear, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 679*, 726*
  • Industry, Economics, 740
  • Lighting, Advantages of Alternating Cur¬rent, 180
    • Safety Lamps giving Gas Warning, 179, 716*
  • Props, Steel Tubular, British Empire Ex¬hibition, 789
  • Requisites, Standardisation, 253
  • Rescue Apparatus, Carbon Monoxide, 496
  • Apparatus, Proto, 807*
  • Apparatus, Report, 307
  • Apparatus Using Liquid Air, 619*
  • Work, Training in United States, 393
  • Rhymney Valley, Compressed Air Plant, 759
  • Safe Use of Electricity, 179, 740
  • Safety in, Research Work, 740
  • Tubs, Axle Counter and Retarders, Decking Plant, 758*
    • Electro-Pneumatic Decking Plant, 756
    • Use of Machinery, 759
    • Ventilation, Theory and Practice (Review), 615
    • "Winding. See Winding
    • See also Mines and Coal Collisions. See Accidents
  • Colloidal Chemistry, Cantor Lectures, by Dr. E. K. Rideal, 181
  • Colorado, Moffat Tunnel, 473
  • Colours and Dyes, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition. 646
    • Stains and Dyes, 570
  • Columns, Ferro-Concrete, British Empire Ex¬hibition Buildings, 266,* 293*
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests (Materials) Combustion of Coke, Catalysis in, 247
    • Spontaneous, of Coal, 160
    • See also Fuel; Oases Commercial Aviation. See Aeronautics
    • Motor Cars. See Motor
  • Commerce. See Trade. See also Industries and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Committee, Engineering Standards. See Engineering and Standardisation
  • Commonwealth. Sec Australia
  • Compact Valve, Steam - Pressure Control, Area Regulators, 714*
  • Companies. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Comparator, "Wilson Optical Projection, Screw Threads, 606*
  • Compass, Magnetic, Work of Lord Kelvin, 800
  • Compensating Gear, Gravity-Bucket Conveyor Drive, 329*
  • Compensation, Workmen’s. See Labour
  • Compositors, London Society of, and Typo¬graphical ^Association, Agreement, 407
  • Compound Locomotives. See Locomotive#
    • Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Compressed Air Plant, Rhymney Valley Col¬lieries, 769
    • Supply, Pneumatic Tools, Measurement, 227*. See 202, 219*, 313
    • Tools. See Machine Tools
    • See also Pneumatic
  • Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor
    • Ammonia, High-speed Vertical (L. Sterne & Co., Ltd.), 42*. See LETTER, 206
  • Conciliation in Labour Disputes. See Labour ; Industrial Notes; PARAGRAPH INDEX ,
  • Concrete-Block Building Construction, 557
    • and Brick Caisson, Foundations for Dock Walls, Calcutta, 39*
    • Effect of Silicate of Soda, 557
    • Reinforced. See Ferro-Concrete
    • Reinforcement, Structural Steelwork, 566
    • Suggested Modulus of Density, 556
    • Use in Sea Water, 557. See 567
    • See also Ferro-Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Conde de Cherruca,” M.S., Service Results, 57. See LETTER, 397
  • Condenser, Circulating Water, Cooling Towers, British Empire Exhibition Powrer Station, 490
    • Water, Treatment with Chlorine, A142.* See 266
    • Tubes, Corrosion of, 574
    • See also Electric
  • Condensing Plant, i Air Extractors Delas, 389* ; Radojet, 427* ; Hick-Breguet, 458* ,
    • Loughborough Power Station, 766
    • Parsons Turbo-Generator, 723*
    • 1,500 kw. Turbo-Generators, British
  • Empire Exhibition Power Station, 389*, 425*, 458*. See 490
  • “ Condor ” Aeroplane Engine, 62*
  • Conductivity, Copper, Effect of Impurities, 631
    • Heat, Rarefied Gases, 429
    • Metals, Effect of Torsion, 288
    • See also Electric
  • Conduit, Steel, Electric Wiring, Standard, Specification, 48
  • Conference, Empire Automobile, 830
    • Science and Labour, British Empire Exhibition, 737
    • World Power, British Empire Exhibition, 644. See 766
  • Congress, Empire Mining and Metallurgical, 739, 759. See 750*, 776, 780*, 797
    • Institute of Transport, Bristol, 729
    • International Cement, 557, 566
  • Connecting Rod, Locomotive, Failure, Re¬port 57
  • Conservation of Coal. See Coal; Fuel; Pulverised Coal
  • Consett Iron Co., Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 605, 710
  • Consolidated Mining & Smelting Co., Lead Recovery Plant, 320
  • Constructional Engineering Co., Ltd., Mech¬anical Riddle, 477*
  • Continuous Rolling Mills, Development, 620*, 631
  • Controllers, Electric Motor. See Motors,Electric
    • Temperature, for Dye Vats, 143* 714
  • Converter, High - Tension, Direct – Current Power Transmission, 563*. See LETTERS, 649, 669, 712, 744, 796, 825
  • Conveyors, Gravity-Bucket, Gas Plant, Swindon Railway Works, 329*
  • Cook, W. H., the Late, 670
  • Cooling, Aii’, Parsons Turbo-Generator, 723*
    • Curves, Alloys. See Metallurgy
    • Towers, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 490
  • Copland, J. P., the Late, 677
  • Copper Alloys. See Brass; Bronze; Gunmetal; and Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Effect of Impurities on Conductivity, 631
    • Electro-Deposited, Hardness, 663
    • Industry, Economics, 742
    • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
    • Smelting, Notes on Slags, 582
    • Tensile Strength and Resistivity, Rela¬tionship. 347*
    • See also Metallurgy
  • Coppered Glass Mirrors, Preparation, 670
  • Corking Machine for Bottles, 105*
  • Corneal Microscope, Ophthalmic Work, 270
  • Correspondence Study of Engineering, 669
  • Corrosion, Aluminium, Prevention by Electro¬plating, 506
    • of Condenser Tubes, 574
    • Iron, Rust Removal, Electrolytic Process, 25*. See 464
    • Locomotive Boilers, by Tunnel Water, 267
    • Muntz Metal, by Sea Water, 625
    • Resisting Alloys, in Glass Industry, 588
    • Zinc and Lead, in Inorganic Salts, 359
  • Costs, Production, Engineering Industry, Factors Affecting, 273, 308, 340, 374. See LETTERS, 313, 397
  • Cotton Cultivation, Australia, 725
  • Sudan, Gezira Irrigation Scheme, Pumping Plant, 624, 654,* 685* ; Drag-Line Excavator, 636*
    • Research, Shirley Institute Memoirs (Re¬view), 813
  • Counter, Axle, Mine-Tub Decking Plant, 758
  • Coupling, Railway, Gearlock-Reynard, 460
  • Coverings, Non-Conducting. See Heat Insu¬lation
  • Cradock, G., & Co., Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 730
  • Cranes, Coal-Handling, Rotterdam Harbour, 619
    • 3-Ton Electric Travelling, Acton Car Repair Shops, 198*
    • Electric, 5-ton and 2-ton, Toplis Luffing Gear, Southampton Dock®, 762*
    • 60-Ton Floating (Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
    • Gantry, Ferro-Concrete, British Empire Exhibition, 266*
    • Lifting Gear for Railway Cars, 197*
    • Overhead, 25-Ton, British Empire Exhibi¬ tion, 266*
    • Pneumatic, Fixed Radius, Acton Car Repair Shops, 230*
    • Steam, and Shunting Locomotive (Haw¬ thorn, Leslie & Co., Ltd.), 667
    • Toplis Luffing, Palmer’s Dock, Swansea, 639 ; Southampton Docks, 762
  • Crankshaft, Unity Marine Diesel Engine, 707*. See 771
  • Crapper, E. H., Elementsiof Magnetic Analysis, 452*, 601*, 660*, 786*, 816*
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., Machine Tools, Acton Car Repair Shops, 230*
  • Critical Points, Metals. See Metallurgy
    • Speeds, Shafts, Investigations, 423,' 648
  • Crittall, R., «fe Co., Ltd., Autofrigor Re¬frigerating Machine, 104*. See Erratum, 141
  • Crockatt, W., Sons, Ltd., Terrazzo Floor Polishing Machine, 574*
  • Crocodile River, Hartebeestpoort Dam, 323
  • Crosfleld, J., & Sons, Ltd., Doucil Water-Softening Process, 287. See 267
  • Crude Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crusher, Rock, Gyratory, (Vickers, Ltd.), 606
  • Crushing Machinery, Stone, (Hadflelds, Ltd.), 730
  • Crystals, Alpha Iron, Effect of Cold Work, 631
    • Large, Production in Strained Iron, 632, 651*, 687*
    • Structure, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition. 581
    • Investigation by X-Rays, 183
    • Muller X-Ray Spectrograph, 46*
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. Seo also Metallurgy ; Microphotographs
    • Organic Substances, 211*, 244*, 274*, 310*
  • Crystavox Microphone Amplifier and Loud Speaker, 545*
  • Cube Mixer for Tar Macadam, 702*
    • Photometer for Mean-Spherical Candle Power, 513*
  • Current, Electric. See Electric
  • Cutlery Trade, Grinding Metals, Home Office Regulations, 247
  • Cutting Machine, Oxv-Acetvlene. Oxytome, 411*
    • Tools, Action on Brass and Steel, Micro¬ photographs, 630*
  • Cycle, Motor. See Motor Cycle
    • Parts, Standard Nomenclature, 608
  • Cyclones, Life History of, 826
  • Cylinders, Air Resistance, Principle of Simi¬larity, 391*
    • Vacuum Brake (Vacuum Brake Co., Ltd.), 541*
  • Cylindrical Bodies, Hilger’s Optical Gauge 10*

D

  • DA1MLER-LANCHESTER Worm Gearing, Tests, 132
  • Dailey, C., on Petroleum Engineering, 741. See Erratum, 797
  • Dallmeyer High-Speed Photographic Lens,
  • 20. See Erratum, 48
  • Dalmarnock Power Station, 511
  • Dam, Arched, Hartebeestpoort, South Africa, 323*
    • Assuan, Discharge through Sluices, Mea¬surements and Model Experiments, 281
    • Ferro-Concrete Multiple Arch, North
    • Italy, Failure of, 275
    • Multiple Arch, Tasmanian Water Power Scheme, 451*
  • Damodar River, Rain Storms and Floods, 86
  • Darlaston Galvanised Hollow Ware Co., Ltd., Motor-Cycle Fire Engine, 645, 687*
  • Davis Steel Railway Wheel, 605*
  • Dawson, Sir P., on Railway Electrification, 437. See 234, 448*, 479
  • Daylight in Rooms, Measurement, 648
  • Dean, Smith & Grace, Ltd., Armature Turn¬ing Lathe, 202*
  • Deane, H., the Late, 409
  • Decking Plant, Electro-Pneumatic, Colliery Tubs, 756*
  • Decks, Water-Tight. See Water-Tight Sub¬division
  • Decrement Gauge, High Vacua, 387*. See 429
  • Deflections of Structures, Metrocline for Measuring, 237*
  • Delas Air Ejector, Condensing Plant, 389*
  • Democracy and Industry, 499
  • Dempster, R., & Sons, Ltd., Gas Plant, Swindon Works, 164*, 228*, 328*, 421*
  • Denver and Salt Lake Railroad, Moffat Tunnel, 473
  • Depth Charge, Destruction of Submarines, 802
  • De-Rusting, Electrolytic Process, 25*. See 464
  • De-Superheating Apparatus, Steam, Area Regulators, 716*
  • Desch, Prof. C. H., on the Physicist in Metal¬lurgy, 212 : on Aluminium Plating, 506
  • Desert Countries, Motor-Transport Vehicles, 242, 347*
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • Development Railways, British African
  • Dependencies, 180
  • Dewar, Sir J., the Late, Scientific Work, 116
  • Dewhurst, T., on Petroleum Geology, 741
  • d’Eyncourt, Sir E. T., on Naval Architecture, 115. See 709
  • Diagrams, Indicator. See Indicator
    • Metal-Priee. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Diamond, Pyramidal, Hardness-Testing Ma¬chine, 518*
  • Die-Casting Plant, Bearing Metal, Acton Car Repair Shops, 202*
  • Diesel Engine Users’ Association, Meetings, 111, 145, 575
    • See Engines, OH, Diesel; Marine Pro¬pulsion
  • Dietier, Di. Ing., H., the Late, 271
  • Diffraction Gratings, Work of Mount Wilson Observatory, 674
  • Diffusion in Liquids, Optical Study, 698
    • Pumps, Mercury-Vapour, High Vacua, 365* See 648
    • Solid, into Alloys, 749
  • Digging Machine. See Excavating Machine
  • Dijxhoorn, Prof. J. C., on Pumping Engines in Holland, 446*
  • Dining Car, South African Railways, 595*
  • Dipper Dredger. See Dredger
  • Direction Finding, Wireless Telegraphy. Seo
  • Telegraphy, Wireless Directories. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Discoveries, Scientific, Reward of, League of Nations Proposals, 114
  • Discs, Turbine, Vibrations, Apparatus for Investigating, 648
  • Disputes, Trade. See Labour Distillation, Coal Tar, and Tar Products (Re¬view), 118
  • Distillation, Feed Water, Kcstner Evapora¬tors, 267
  • Dividing Engine, Troughton, 270
  • Dixey Edging Machine, Spectacle Lenses, 583
  • Dixmude,” French Airship, Loss of, 53 Dixon, F. J., on the Somerford Pumping Station, 155*, 187*
  • Dobson, J. M., the Late, 312
  • Docks, Bristol, Development, 729
    • Construction, Port of Calcutta, 37*
    • Facilities, Report on, 708
    • Floating, as Advanced Naval Bases, 832 837*
    • 60,000-Ton, Southampton, 206, 789*
    • Graving, at Swansea, Palmers’, 602*, 637*
    • Southampton, Toplis Luffing Cranes, 762*
    • Victoria, London, Road Access, 584
  • Dockers’ Strike and Settlement, 245
  • Dockyards, French Naval, Reorganisation, 613
  • “ Dolius,” M.S., Scott-Still Engines, Trials, 459
  • Dolphins, Ferro-Concrete, Floating-Dock Moor¬ings, Southampton, 790*, See 206
  • Domestic Engineering, Classes in, 214
    • Water-Softener, Zeolite Process, 626
  • Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd., Woodwork¬ing Machines, 553*
  • Doors, Strong - Room, Fortis Reinforced Concrete, 72*. See LETTER 110
  • Double Helical Gears. See Gears
    • Reduction Gears, Marine. See Marine Propulsion
  • Doucil Process, Water Softening, 287. See 237
  • Douie, A., the Late, 206
  • Drag-Line Excavator, 200-ton Lobnitz,
  • Gezira Irrigation Scheme, 636*. See 624, 654*, 685*
  • Drainage, Land, Application to Railway Work, 141
    • Pumping Plant in Holland, 446*
  • Draught, Induced System, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 333*, 363
  • Dredger, Bucket, “ Foremost,” James Dredg¬ing Co., Ltd., 790*. See 206
    • 8 Cubic Yard Dipper Type (Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
    • “ Kaione,” Fruhling-Type Suction (Flem¬ ing & Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
    • “ K’uai Li,” Suction Type, for Taku Bar (Lobnitz & Co., Ltd.), 547*
    • " Lucayan,” Dipper Type, for Bahamas (Lobnitz & Co., Ltd.), 547*
    • “ Paritutu,” Combined Bucket and Suction (Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
    • ” Ronaldshay,” Rotary-Cutter Suction, for India (W. Simons & Co., Ltd.), 548*
    • “ Sir George Lloyd,” Cutter Suction, Land Reclamation Type for Bombay (W. Simons & Co., Ltd.), 548*
    • ” Sir William Matthews,” Stern Well Bucket Type (Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
  • Dredging Plant, Floating - Dock Berth, Southampton, 790*. See 206
    • Work, Self-Dumping Barge for (H. Robb, Ltd.), 548
    • Subaqueous Rock, Equipment (Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
    • Work, Early Hopper Barge for Clyde (W. Simons & Co., Ltd.), 548*
  • Drewry Car Co., Ltd., Petrol Locomotive and Railway Inspection Cars. 661*
  • Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools
    • Oil Wells, Electric Power for, 214; Evolu¬tion of Methods, 741
  • Drugs, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 647
  • Drummond Brothers, Ltd., Portable Logging Saw and Petrol Engine, 410*
  • Dry Dock. See Dock
  • Drying Machines, Centrifugal. See Centri¬fugal
    • Scroll Type, for Tar Macadam, 700*
    • Plant, Pulverised Coal, 382*
    • Stove, Armatures, Acton Car Repair Shops, 202*
  • Dryssen, W., on Waste - Heat Recovery, Open-Hearth Practice, 632
  • Dumping Wagons, Gas Plant, Swindon Railway Works, 328*
  • Dunstan, Dr. A. E., on Crude Oil of Maidan-i- Naftun, 56 ; on Crude Oils of the Empire, 760
  • Dushman Molecular Gauge, High Vacua, 429* Dust, Coal. See Pulverised Coal
    • Protection of Workers, Grinding Metals and Cleaning Castings, 247
  • Dutch Margarine Factory, Righting Settle¬ment of Building, 174*
    • See also Holland
  • DYe Vats, Temperature Controller for, 143
  • Dyes and Colours, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 646
    • Stains and Colours, 570
  • Dynamic Balancing Machine, 154
  • Dynamical Similarity, Principle of, Model Experiments, 325*, 357*, 391*, 422*
    • See also Aeronautics Dynamometers, Force Measurement, Testing Machines, 148
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators

E

  • EALING Corporation and Electricity Commis¬sioners, 502
  • Earth’s Magnetism. See Magnetism
    • Subsidence, City and South London Rail¬way, 520. See 561
  • Earthquake-Resisting Buildings, 37
  • East African Section, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 528*
  • Echo Method, Submarine Sounding, 299
  • Economics, Coal Mining Industry, 740
  • Engineering, Examination of Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 247. See 311
    • Industrial. See also Labour
    • Iron and Steel Industry, 761
    • Metalliferous Mining, 740
    • Non-Ferrous Metals Industry, 742
  • Economics, Oil Industry, 740
    • Railway. See Railway
    • Status of Diesel Engine, 91*, 121
  • Economisers, Green’s, British Empire Exhibi¬tion Power Station, 333*, 363*
  • Economy, Fuel. See Fuel Economy
  • Eddystone Lighthouse, Smeaton’s Model, 504
  • Edging Machine, Spectacle Lenses, Dixey, 583
  • Edinburgh <fc Lothians Electricity District, 236
    • Road .Construction and Maintenance, 83 See 144
    • Scottish Road Conference, 83, 144
    • Water Supply, Yield of Hydrographical Basins, 193

Education :

  • Correspondence Study of Engineering, 669
  • Domestic Engineering, Classes in, 214
  • Education and Industry, 56
  • Engineering, Private Students of, 669
  • Examination, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Engineering Economics, 247. See 311
  • London County Council, Robert Blair Fellowships, Science and Technology, 311. See 744
  • Marine Engineers, Board of Trade Exam¬ination, 703
  • Metallurgical Education, University Rank, Great Britain, 761
  • University College Engineering Society, Dinner, 182
    • Ramsay Memorial Laboratory, In¬auguration, 116 ; Engineering Labo¬ratories, 738
  • Vocational Training, Manual Workers, Report, 341
  • Works Management, Education in, 311. See 247
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Edwards, F. C., on Casting Design, 423
  • Edwards, Prof. C. A., on Production of Large Crystals in Iron, 651*, 687*. See 632
  • Edwards Self-Closing Valve, Water Mains, 814
  • Efficiency of Boiler Plants. See Boiler Plants
    • of Engines. See Engines ; Trials
    • Tests, Daimler-Lanchester Worm Gearing, 132
    • Thermal, Electric Power Stations, 189*, 403, 412. See LETTERS, 434, 464. See also 753
  • Eggs, Cold Storage of, 68
  • Egypt, Sudan, Gezira Irrigation Scheme,
  • Pumping Plant, 624, 654*, 685* ; Drag-Line Excavator, 636*
  • Egyptian State Railways, Royal Saloon, 539
  • Eiffel, A. G., the Late, 19*
  • Ejectors, Air, Condensing Plant: Delas, 389;
    • Radojet, 427* ; Hick-Breguet, 458*
    • Vacuum Brake, Super Dreadnought, 541
  • Elastic Steel, Properties and Uses, 489, 510

Electric :

  • Accumulator Locomotive (Hawthorn, Leslie & Co., Ltd.), 667*
  • Air Flow Measurement, Electrical Heating Method 502,507*. See LETTERS, 585, 649
  • Alternating Current, Advantages for Col¬liery Lighting, 180
    • Rectifier. See Trans verter
  • Alternator. See Generator and Turbo
  • Anemometer, Hot-Wire, Callendar, 136*, 249*. See LETTER, 314*
  • Anode Rays. See Anode
    • Arc Furnace. See Furnace, Electric
    • Welding. See Welding
  • Atmospheric Electric Currents, Effect on Plant Growth, 400
    • Battery, Pile, High-Tension, Major Phil¬lips’, 801
    • See also Accumulator (above)
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufac¬turers’ Association, Luncheon, 409
  • Bus-Bars, Standard Markings, 173
  • Cable Damage and Gas Ignition in Col¬lieries, 180
    • for Motor Cars, Specification, 492
    • Laying under Water, Morwell Power Scheme, 23*
    • Submarine Telegraph, Work of Lord Kelvin, 800
  • Cathode Rays. See Cathode
  • Cell, Electrolytic, Sodium – Hypochlorite Production, 780*
  • Central Stations. See Power Stations
  • Collieries, Safe Use of Electricity, 179, 740
  • Conductivity, Copper, Effect of Impuri¬ties, 631
    • Relation to Tensile Strength, 347*
  • Conduit, Steel, Standard Specification, 48
  • Converter, High-Tension, Direct-Current Power Transmission, 563*. See LETTERS, 649, 669, 712, 744, 796, 825
  • Copper, Conductivity of, Effect of Impuri¬ties, 631 ; Relation to Tensile Strength, 347*
  • Cranes. See Cranes.
  • Dynamo. See Generator; Turbo-Gene¬rator
  • Electrical Apparatus, Physical and Optical Societies
  • Exhibition, 20*, 54 ; British Empire Exhibition, 580
  • Engineering Practice (Review), 84
    • Industry, Position and Prospects, 409
    • Machinery, Breakdowns, Statistics, 520
  • Electricity Commissioners and Ealing Corporation, 502
  • Edinburgh and Lothians Electricity District, 236
    • Power Supply in Lancashire, 709
    • Regulations for Overhead Lines, 52
  • Electrolytic Cell, Sodium – Hypochlorite Production, 780*
    • Process, Rust Removal, 25*. See 464
  • Electrometer, Prof. F. A. Lindemann’s,20
  • Electro Plating. See Electro Furnaces. See Furnaces
    • Generating Stations. See Power Stations
    • Generator. See Generator and Turbo
    • Hot-Wire Anemometer, Callendar, 136*, 249*. See LETTER, 314*
  • Hot-Wire Anemometer, Microphone, Inves¬tigations of Acoustical Problems, 810
    • Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power Plants
    • Ignition for Internal-Combustion Engines. See Ignition; Magneto I
    • Induction Furnace. See Furnace
    • Motors. See Motors, Electric Insulation Tester,
    • Meg, Constant-Pres¬sure Type, 11
    • Lamps, Electric, Cube Photometer for
    • Mean-Spherical Candle Power, 543*
    • Incandescent, Gas Ignition in Collieries, 179
    • Neon-Filled Osglim, Properties, 481
    • Use for Voltage Measurement, 674
    • Use with Cathode-Rav Oscillo¬ graph, 674
  • Leader Cable Gear, Navigation, 299
  • Lift Equipment, Office Buildings, 148
  • Lightning Discharges, Selectivity in, 675
  • Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric
  • Machines. See Generators ; Motors ; Turbo
  • Magnetos. See Magnetos ; Ignition
  • Mains. See Cables (above)
  • Motors. See Motors, Electric
  • Oil Fields, Use of Electric Power, 214 —
  • Switch. See Switchgear
  • Oscillograph, Cathode Ray, Use of Neon Lamps, 674
  • Overhead Power Transmission Lines, Re¬gulations, 52
  • Pile Battery, High-Tension, Major Phil¬lips’, 801
  • Pipe Heating Machine, Acton Car Repair Shops, 200*
  • Planing Machines, Electric Drive, Newton
  • System, Working Results, 120
  • Positive Rays. See Positive
  • Power Factor, Induction Motors, Control (Review), 783
    • Stations. See Power Stations
    • Transmission Lines, Regulations, 52 — See Power
  • Pyrometer. See Pyrometer
  • Railways. See Railivays
  • Rays. See Anode ; Cathode ; Positive ; Rdntgen
  • Rectifier, Alternating - Current. See Transverter
  • Research Association, Electrical and Allied Industries,
  • Report, 309 Resistance, Copper, Effect of Impurities 631;
  • Relation to Tensile Strength, 347*
  • Insulation, Meg Constant-Pressure Tester, 11
    • Measurements, Determination of Silicon in Iron, 173*
    • Welding. See Welding
  • Rolling Mills, Electric Driving of. Se Rolling Mills
  • Rdntgen Rays. See Rdntgen
  • Rust Removal, Electrolytic Process, 25*. See 464
  • Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Single Phise. See Generators; Motors ;
  • Poiver ; Locomotives ; Railways Starters,
  • Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • Steel Manufacture. See Metallurgy ; and Furnace, Electric
  • Storage Battery. See Accumulator (above Street
  • Railways. See Tramways
  • Substation. See Substation
  • Switchboard Bus-Bars, Standard Mark¬ings, 173
  • Switchgear. See Switchgear Motors, Electric
  • Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • Telephony. See Telephony
  • Television, Possibilities of, 401
  • Thermometer. See Thermometer
  • Three-Phase. See Generators ; Motors ;Power; Locomotives ; Railways Traction. See Locomotives, Electric Railways; Tramways
  • Tramways. See Tramways
  • Transformers. See Transformers
  • Transverter, High-Tension, Direct-Cur¬rent Transmission, 563*. See
  • LETTERS, 649, 669, 712, 744, 796, 825
  • Turbo-Generators. See Turbo-Generators
  • Voltage Measurement by Neon Lamp, 674
  • Waves, Electromagnetic. See Tele¬graphy, Wireless; Telephony, Wireless
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Winding Gear. See Winding
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy —
  • Telephony. See Telephony
  • Wiring, Steel Conduit, Standard Speci¬fication, 48
  • X-Rays. See Rdntgen Rays See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Electrical Engineering Practice (Review), 84
  • Engineers, American Institute of, T. D.
  • Yensen on Determination of Silicon in Iron-Silicon Alloys, 173*

Electrical Engineers, Institution of:

  • Electric Passenger Lifts, by H. Marryat, 148
  • Electric Power Supplies and the Telephone
  • Services, by S. C. Bartholomew, 656
  • Faithful Reproduction in Radio Telephony, by L. C. Pocock, 612
  • Future of Main Line Electrification on British Railways, by Lieut.-Col. H. E. O’Brien, 448*, 479. See 438 Railway Electrification Abroad, by Prof. S. P. Smith, 51
  • Safe Use of Electricity in Coal Mines, by Prof. W. M. Thornton, 179
  • Electrical Industry, Position and Prospects, 409
  • Research Association, Report, 309
  • Machinery Breakdowns, Statistics, 520
  • Electricians, Supervising, National Associa¬tion of. See Supervising Electricians
  • Electricity Commissioners. See under Electric
  • Electro-Plating, Chemical Properties, Bronze,
  • Effect of Cold Drawing and Annealing, 346
    • Treatise on (Review), 57
  • Prevention of Aluminium Corrosion, 506
  • Electro Ciment. See Cimenl Fondu
    • Deposited Metals, Hardness, 663
    • Deposition of Alloys, 343
    • Megaphone, Loud-Speaking Telephone, 546*
    • Metallurgy, Treatise on (Review), 558
    • Pneumatic Control, Pit-Cage Gates 728 * •
  • Decking Plant, 756*
  • Electrolytic Cell, Sodium Hypochlorite Pro¬duction, 780*
    • Corrosion. See Corrosion
    • Hydrogen Generator, Holmboe, 641
  • Process, Rust Removal, 25*. See 464
  • Electromagnetic Waves. See Telegraphy, Wire-less; Telephony, Wireless
  • Electrometer, Prof. F. A. Lindemann’s, 20
  • Elements, Chemical, Atoms and Isotopes, 770*
    • Treatise on (Review), 118
  • Elevator, Gravity-Bucket, Gas Plant, Swindon Railway Works, 328*
  • Ellis, A., and Partners, Gorseinon Electric Supply, 260*, 295*
  • Ellis, Sir W., on Steel-Works Practice, 616. See 611
  • Elmore Leaching Process, Lead Recovery, 320
  • Elsden, F. V., the Late, 301
  • Elutriation, Kinetic Process, 442
  • Emergency Water Supplies (Review), 755
  • Emery Wheels. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • Empire Automobile Conference, 830
  • "British, Exhibition, Wembley Park. See British Empire Exhibition
    • Mineral Resources, 739, 760
    • Survey of Resources (Review), 706
    • Mining and Metallurgical Congress, 739, 759. See 750*, 776, 780, 797
    • Trade Development, 555
  • Employees, Inventions by, 309 See Labour
  • Employers’ Liability. See Labour
  • Employment. See Labour
  • “ Empress of Australia, ” SS., Michell Thrust Block, 268*
  • Endurance Tests. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Engines, Aero. See Aeronautics
    • Diesel. See Engines, OH, Diesel; Marine Propulsion ; Motor Ships
    • Fire. See Fire Engines
    • Gas, 7,500-H.P. Cockerill, Lodge Ignition Equipment, 394*
    • Power Station, Swindon Gas Works, 421*
    • Three-Cylinder, Vertical, and
  • Electric Generator (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 532*
    • See also Producer; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • Heat, Tabulation of Trials Results, Com¬mittee on, 831
    • Theory of, Work of Lord Kelvin, 799
    • Internal-Combustion, Air Consumption and Horse Power, 502, 507*. See LETTERS 585, 649
    • Combustion, Bristol Gas Starter, 553
    • Combustion, and Chain-Driven Electric Generator, House Lighting (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 534*
    • Combustion, High-Speed (Review), 680
    • Combustion, Measurement of Air Supply, 502, 507*. See LETTERS 585, 649.
  • -Combustion, Thermal Efficiency, Stan¬dards for Comparison, 429, 467. See LETTERS 558, 585. See also 831
    • Locomotive. See Locomotive
    • Marine, Oil and Steam Combined, Scott- Still, 247, 459
    • Motor Car. See Engines, Petrol
    • Oil, and Centrifugal Pump, Semi-Portable (Parsons Motor Co., Ltd.), 433*
    • 30-H.P., Horizontal, Cold-Starting (Na¬tional Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 534*
    • 420-H.P., and Electric Generator (Ruston fe Hornsby, Ltd.), 839*
    • 60-H.P. Two-Cycle, and Electric Genera¬tor, Marine Auxiliary Work (W. H. Allen,
  • Sons & Co., Ltd.), 530*
    • Diesel, Economic Status, 91*, 121*
    • Diesel and Gas, Waste Heat Recoverv, 122*
    • Diesel, 1,000-H.P., Fraser <fe Chalmers, Macclesfield Power Station, 731*
    • Diesel, 130-H.P. Beardmore-Tosi and Electric Generator, 530*
    • Diesel, 320-H.P. Burmeister & Wain Type (W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 530
    • Diesel, 300-H.P. Sulzer and Borehole Pump, 157*. See 187*
    • Diesel, 950-H.P., Wad-el-Nau Pumping Station, Sudan, 624, 654,* 685*
    • Diesel, Marine, Trials with Various Fuels, 625
    • Diesel, Marine, Air Compressor for Motor Ships, 541*
    • Diesel, Marine, Aluminium Alloy Pistons, 589. See 515
    • Diesel, Marine, Comparison of Two- Stroke and Four-Stroke Cycles, 84
    • Diesel, Marine, Development of High Mean Pressures, 589*, 624*. See 515
    • Diesel, Marine, Economy of, 84
    • Diesel, Marine, Experiments on Fuel Cams and Sprayer Nozzles, 590*, 625*
    • Diesel, Marine, Fairfleld-Sulzer, M.S. “ Aorangi ” Trials, 376. See 801
    • Diesel. Marine, Four-Cycle, Double-Acting, North-EasternWcrkspoor,707*, 771
    • Diesel, Marine, Heat Stresses, 624. See 515
    • Diesel, Marine, for Intermediate Pas¬senger Ships, 834, 839*
    • Diesel, Marine, Lubricating Oil Consump¬tion, 624
    • Diesel, Marine, M.S. " Conde de Cher¬ruca,” Service Results, 57. See LETTER. 397
    • Diesel, Marine, North - British, M.S. “ Swanley,” Trials, 502
    • Diesel Marine, Palmer-Camellaird-Fullagar, Trials, 409
    • Diesel, Marine, Proposed Combination in Design, 805
    • Diesel, Marine, 3,000 H.P. M. S. “ SeviJla,” Valve Gear (North - Eastern Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.), 532*
    • Diesel, Marine, Shape of Combustion Chamber, 624*

Engines. Oil, Diesel, Marine, 1,800 H.P.’ Wallsend-Sulzer, Trials, 744

    • Diesel, Marine, Work of Admiralty Laboratory, 515, 559, 589*, 624*
    • Diesel. See also Motor Ships ; Marine Propulsion ; Diesel Engine Users' Associa¬tion
    • or Petrol, and Electric Generators,
  • House Lighting (New Pelapone Engine Co., Ltd.), 534*
    • and Steam Combined, Scott-Still, Trials of M.S. “ Dolius,” 459. See 247
    • See also Tractors and PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • Petrol, and Air Compressor, Semi-Portable (Parson’s Motor Co., Ltd.), 432*
    • Air Consumption and Horse Power, 502, 507*. See LETTERS, 585, 649
    • 25-30 II. P., for Locomotive (Drewrv Car Co., Ltd.), 665*
    • and Logging Saw, Portable (Drummond Brothers, Ltd.), 410*
    • Measurement of Air Supply, 502, 507*. See LETTERS 585, 649
    • or Oil, and Electric Generators, House Lighting, (New Pelapone Engine Co., Ltd.), 534*
    • 27-H.P., and Air Compressor (Globe Pneu¬matic Engineering Co., Ltd.), 398*
    • and 120-Watt Generator, Telephone Exchange (S. Turner, Ltd.), 811*
    • 8-10 M.P., for Wireless Work (J. W. Brooke & Co., Ltd.), 76*
    • Aeroplane. See Aeronautics.
    • See also Aeronautics; Carburettors; Motor Cars
    • Steam, Electric Power Stations, Develop¬ment, 412
    • Marine, Board of Trade Regulations for Survey, 703
    • Marine. See also Marine Propulsion; Turbines
    • and Oil Combined, Scott-Still, Trials of M.S. “ Dolius,” 459. See 247
    • for Small Power Plants, 500
  • Tabulation of Trial Results, Committee on, 831
  • 115 H.P. Uniflow Type (J. Carmichael & Co., Ltd.), 808*
  • Winding. See Winding
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Engineers and Architects, Relationship, 644
  • Average Salaries Paid, 280
  • Birthday Honours for, 744
  • Civil Chartered, 21
  • Education. See Education
  • Indian Institution of, 441
  • Institutions. See Institutions.
  • Marine, Board of Trade Examination, 703
  • and Scientists, Relationship, 643
  • and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of:
  • G. J. Weir on Thermal Efficiency of Power Production, 113 ; J. F. King on the Sub¬division of Passenger Ships, 157* ; W. H. Owen on Boiler Trials with Pre-heated Air, 210 ; F. R. Blair on the Board of Trade and Merchant Shipping, 241 ; G. H. Bottomley on Unbalanced Rudders of Twin-Screw Ships, 243 ; Dr. J. Bruhn on Efficiency in Ship Construction, 311 ; Professor J. C. Dijxhoorn, on Modern Pumping Engines in Holland, 446* ; J. C. M. Maclagan on the North-British Diesel Engine, 502 ; Professor F. Westendorp on Coal Handling at Rotterdam, 619 ; Joint Summer Meeting with Institution of Naval Architects. See Naval Architects
    • Technical, Society of. See Technical
    • Work in Petroleum Industry, 343 Engineering and Art, 644
    • Chemical, Ramsay Memorial Laboratory, Inauguration, 116
    • Correspondence Study of, 669
    • Department, National Physical Laboratory,
  • Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 692*. See Erratum, 730 ; Report on Work of, 823
    • Design, Materials and Application to (Review), 215
    • Domestic, Classes in, 214
    • Economics, Examination of Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 247. See 311
    • Education. See Education
    • Export Trade, Statistics, 836
    • Industry, British and Foreign Wages, Comparisons, 374
    • British, Importance of Prestige, 829
    • British, Use of Foreign Designs, 829
    • Factors Affecting Production Costs, 273, 308, 340, 374. See LETTERS 313, 397
    • Vocational Training for Workers, 341
    • Laboratories. See Laboratories; National Physical.
    • in Liverpool, 214
    • Materials, Chemical Resistance (Review), 185
    • Mechanical, Military Service, Progress, 132, 147. See LETTERS 270, 313. See also 271
    • Treatise on (Review), 117
    • Palace of, British Empire Exhibition, Con¬structional Details, 263*. See 228*, 291*
    • and Petroleum Production, 741. See Erratum, 797
    • and Physics, 705
    • Private Students of, 669
    • and Science, Relationship, 643
    • Societies. See Institutions
    • Standards Association: Specification for Steel Conduits, 48 ; Standard Specifica¬tion, Performance of Traction Motors, 62 ; Standard Markings for Bus-Bars, <fcc., 173 ; Standard Specification for Viscosity Determination, 186 ; Standardisation of Colliery Requisites, 253 ; Standardisation of Ships’ Cables and Steering Gear, 255 ; Standardisation, Ball Joints, Motor-Car Controls, 435; Standard Specification, Electric Cables for Motor Cars, 492 J1 Standard Nomenclature, Cycle and Motor- Cycle Parts, 608 ; Standard Specification Signalling Wire, 763 ; Standard Sections, Flat-Bottomed Rails, 797 ; Standard Sections, Structural Steel, 820;
  • Trade, Prospects in 1924, 17
  • Engineering Works. See Works
  • English Electric Company, Ltd. : Electric Locomotive for Japan, 97* : Turbo- Generator, Britisli Empire Exhibition Power Station, 455* ; Hydraulic Tur¬bines, British Empire Exhibition, 641* ; Truck-Type Switchgear, 543* ; Trans¬verter for High-Tension Direct Current Power Transmission, 563*. See LETTERS, 649, 669, 712, 744, 796, 825
  • “ Enseigne Gabolde,” French Torpedo Boat, 483*, 571*
  • Enveloping Gear Teeth, Vickers, Bostock & Bramley System, Tests, 257
  • Equilibrium Diagrams, Alloys. See Metallurgy
  • Era Manganese Steel, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 730
  • Estuaries, Shoal Formation, Model Experi¬ments, 392
  • Ethyl Chloride, Use as Refrigerant, 84
  • European War and Developments in Naval Architecture, 115. See 709
  • H.M. Battle Cruisers “ Renown ” and “ Repulse,” Orders for Construction, 709
  • History of, Seaborne Trade (Review), 442
  • Mechanical Engineering in, 132, 147. See 270, 271, 313 See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Eutectic Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Evaporation Losses, Petrol Storage Tanks, 82
  • Evaporators, Kestner, Distillation of Feed Water, 267
  • Everett, Edgcumbe & Co., Ltd., Cube Photo¬meter, 543*
  • Examination, Institution of Mechanical Engi¬neers, Engineering Economics, 247. See 311
  • Excavating Machine, Drag-Line, 200-Ton Lobnitz, Gezira Irrigation Scheme, 636*. See 624, 654*, 685*
    • CFre Mechanical Shovel, 495*
    • Pull-Shovel, Trench Work, 519*
    • for Trenches, Barber-Greene, 574*
  • Exe Engineering Co., Ltd., Lathe, 645
  • Exhaust Gases, Diesel Engines, Boilers Fired with, 122*
  • Exhibition, British Empire, Wembley Park.
    • See British Empire Exhibition
    • British Industries Fair, London, 583 ; Birmingham, 644. 687*
    • Building Trades, Olympia, 502
    • Foundry Trades, International, Birmingham, 804, 824*
    • Model Engineer, 56. See 58*
    • Scientific Apparatus, Physical and Optical Societies’, 20*, 54*, 140*, 143*. See, Erratum, 48 ; Royal Society Soirde, 648 674, 801. See 764*
    • Scientific Novelties, 21
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Expansion Coefficients, Metals and Alloys, Determination, 344, 352*
  • Experimental Engine. See Engine
    • Tank. See Tank; Ship Models; Ship Resistance.
  • Explosions, Colliery. See Colliery Explosions
    • External, Effect on Ships, Model Experi¬ments, 422
    • Oppau Chemical Works, Cause, 501
  • Explosives, Depth Charge, Destruction of Sub¬marines, 802
  • Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 582, 647
    • Investigations, Bomb Calorimeter, 674
    • Liquid-Oxygen Cartridges, 711. See Erra¬tum, 735
    • Submarine Mines, Vickers’, 801* ; Paravane for Defence, 802*
    • See also Guns and Explosives in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Export Trade. See Trade ; and Industries in PARAGRAPH INDEX

F

  • FABRICS, Aircraft, Properties of, 805 Factory Accidents. See Accidents
    • ActRegulations, Claims for Breach, 831
    • Building, Righting Settlement, 174*
    • Legislation, Provisions of New Bill, 835
    • Legislation and Workmen’s Compensation Act, 21
    • Management. See Works Management
  • Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Com¬pany, Limited, M.S. “Aorangi,” Trials of Diesel Engines, 376 ; Launch, 801
  • Falconer, E., on Horse and Motor Haulage, 405
  • Fans, Turbine-Driven, Ships’ Boiler Rooms, 479,* 489, 821*
    • Type Water Meter (Guest & Chrimes, Ltd.), 814*
  • Faraday’s Apparatus, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 581
  • ‘’’Faraday Society:
  • Discussion on Oppau Explosion, 501
  • Discussion on Fluxes and Slags in Metal Melting and Working, 582
  • Solid Diffusion into Alloys, by Prof. F. C. Thompson and W. H. Dearden, 749
  • Aircraft Fabrics, by J. E. Rains bottom. 805
  • Farming. Set Agriculture ; Tractors
  • Fatigue, Industrial. See under Labour
    • Tests of Metals. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials).
  • Fats, Natural and Synthetic (Review), 443
  • Federation of British Industries, Resources of British Empire (Review), 706
  • Feed Pumps. See Pumps
    • Water, Boiler, Treatment of, 267, 286
  • Heater, Auxiliary Exhaust, Italian Cargo Steamer, 822*
  • Heater, Brass Tubes, Fatigue Failure, 344, 353*
  • Heater, Direct Contact (Worthington-Simpson) 108
  • Heating, Progressive, Parsons Turbo- Generator, 721
    • Softener. See Water Softener
    • Supplies and Boiler Chemistry (Review), 154 See also Water
  • Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., Switchgear, 650
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Transformers, Gorseinon Elec¬tric Supply, 260*. See 295*
  • Ferro-Concrete Construction, Buildings, British Empire Exhibition, 228,* 263,* 291*
    • Dam, Multiple Arch, Tasmanian Water Power Scheme, 451*
    • Dam, North Italy, Failure of, 275
    • Dolphins, Floating Dock Moorings, Southampton, 790*. See 206
  • Flume, Tasmanian Water-Power Scheme, 356*
    • Retaining Walls, Stepped, Aston, 138*
    • Safes and Strong Room Doors, 72*. See LETTER, 110
    • Work, Warehouse Construction, Use of Ciment Fondu, 144
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Fertiliser, Chemical, Explosion at Oppau, 501
  • Field, S., on Alloy Plating, 343
  • Filling and Corking Machine for Bottles, 105
  • Filter, Stream-Line, Hele-Shaw, Developments, 267
    • Beds, Peebles Sand Washer for, 784
  • Filtration, Water, for Industrial Purposes, 286. See 267
  • Filtrator Process, Scale Prevention, 623*
  • Fire Engine, Motor Cycle, Chemical Extin¬guisher, 645, 687*
    • Extinction, Carbon Tetrachloride for, 385
    • Ladder, Telescopic, Hydraulically-Operated, for Rangoon, 575*
  • Firebars, Treatment by Aluminium Spraying, 710
  • Firebricks, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 605, 710 T A _
    • Heat Conductivity and Specific Heat, 300
    • for Reversing Regenerators, 662
  • See also Refractory Materials
  • Firedamp in Mines, Safety Lamps Giving Warning, 179,716*
  • Fireproof Safes, Fortis Reinforced Concrete, 72* See LETTER, 110 ,
  • Firth, T., & Sons, Ltd., Stainless Steel Pro¬ducts, 604 „
  • Fisher, Lord, and Construction of “ Renown and “Repulse,” 709
  • Flannery, Sir J. F., on Ship Propulsion, 84
  • Fleet. See Warships
  • Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd., Dredging Plant, British Empire Exhibition, 546*
  • Fleming Valve, Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 581
  • Flexible Pipe Joints, Victaulic System, 205
  • Flight. See Aeronautics
  • Floating Crane. See Crane
    • Dock See Dock
  • Floods, Damodar River, Rainstorms Producing, 86
    • Discharge, Catchment Areas, Effect of Shape, 87 ; Waterways of Bridges, 87
  • Floors, Ferro-Concrete, British Empire Exhibi¬tion Buildings, 263*, 291*. See 225*
    • Terrazzo, Polishing Machine, 574*
  • Flour Milling Plant, Australian, British Empire Exhibition, 725*
  • Flow Meter, Air, Electrical Heating Method, 502, 507*. See LETTERS 585, 649
    • Gas, Balance Manometer for, 143*
  • Flue Gas Analysis, Uehling Carbon Monoxide Recorder, 77* .
  • Fluid Flow Through Pipes, Principle of Simi¬larity, 327*
    • Friction. Sec Aeronautics ; Air Resistance ;
  • Friction; Hydrodynamics ; Ship Resistance
  • Mechanical Properties (Review), 276
  • Flume, Ferro-Concrete, Tasmanian Water-Power Scheme, 356*
  • Fluxes and Slags, Metal Melting and Working, 582
  • Flynn Process, Lead Extraction, 320
  • Folding Machine for Cloth, 550*
  • Food Investigation Board, Report, 67 ; Report on Thermal Properties,Methyl Chloride,614
  • Forced Draught Fan, Turbine-Driven, Italian Cargo Steamers, 822*
  • Fordath Bowl Mixing Machine, 825
  • “ Foremost ” Bucket Dredger, James Dredging Co., Ltd., 790*. See 206
  • Forgings, Steel, British Empire Exhibition, 788
    • Temperatures of Steel, 662
  • Fortis Ferro-Concrete Safes and Strong-Room Doors, 72*. See LETTER 110
  • Foucault Knife-Edge Test for Lenses, 400
  • Foundation Caissons for Dock Wails, Calcutta, 39*
    • Settlement, Margarine Factory, Rectifica¬tion by Jacking, 174*
    • Subsidence, Waterloo Bridge, London, 584. See 470, 766
  • Foundry Plant <fc Machinery, Ltd., Sand Filling
    • Machine, Moulding Boxes, 804, 825*
    • Trades Exhibition, International, Bir¬mingham, 804, 824*
    • Work, Casting Temperatures, Aluminium Alloys, 73
    • Casting Temperatures, Zinc-Bronze, Ef¬fect of, 361, 384*
    • Centrifugal Casting Process, Davis Steel Railway Wheel, 605*
    • Cleansing Castings, Home Office Regula¬tions, 247
    • Efficient Casting Design, 423
    • Fordath Bowl Mixer, 825
    • Portable Riddle, 477*. See 825
    • Sand Filling Machine for Moulding Boxes, 804,825*
    • See also Castings ; Moulding
  • Foundrymen, British, Institute of; F. H. Hurren on Casting Temperatures of Alu¬minium Alloys, 73
  • Fractures of Steel, Microphotographs, 030
  • France, Alcohol as Motor Fuel, 676
    • Merchant Shipbuilding in 1923, 106
    • See also French
  • Francis Turbines. Sec Turbines, Hydraulic
  • Fraser & Chalmers Engineering Works, Oil Engine, Macclesfield Power Station, 731
  • Free Trade Wharf Co., Ltd., Warehouse for, Use of Ciment Fondu, 144
  • Freezing. See Cold Storage ; Refrigeration
  • Freight Train Formations, Great Western Rail¬ way, 729
  • French Aeroplane Pilots, Remuneration, 470
  • French Airship “ Dixmude,” Loss of, 53
    • Naval Construction Programme, 211, 393
    • Establishments, Reorganisation, 613
    • Society of Civil Engineers. See Civil Engineers
    • Torpedo Boat “Enseigne Gabolde, 483*, 571*
    • See also France
  • Frenophone Loud Speaker, \Vireles9 Tele¬phony, 545
  • Friction, Skin, Flat Plates, Effect of Length, 517, 718*
    • and Law of Comparison, 517
    • Testing Machine, Ball Thrust Bearings, 693
    • Treatise on (Review), 184
  • Frictional Resistance, Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Friend, Dr. J. N., on Coefficients of Expansion, Metals and Alloys, 352*. See 344; on Corrosion of Zinc and Lead, 359
  • Frolich’s Law. See Magnetic Analysis
  • Frost, Action on Ciment Fondu, 393, 566.
  • See LETTER. 464 Froude, Dr. R. E., the late, 406
  • Fronde National Tank, Model Experiments, Unbalanced Rudders, Twin Screw Ships,
  • 243 ; Report on Work, 823 Fruhling Type Dredger, “ Kaione,’’ 546*
  • Fruit, Gas Storage of, Investigations, 68
  • Fuel Economy in Flight, 738
    • Iron and Steel Industry, 741
    • Liquid. See Oil Fuel
    • Low-Temperatruch Carbonisation of Coal. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation.
    • Motor, Alcohol, Use in France, 676
    • Oil. See Oil Fuel
    • Pulverised Coal. See Pulverised Coal
    • Pump. See Pump
    • Research, Economic Balance in Coal Carbonisation, 407
    • Resources, British Empire, 706, 739, 760
    • Smokeless. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation
    • See also Coal; Oil; Gas; Pulverised Coal
  • Fullagar Marine Oil Engine, Trials, 409
  • Furnaces, Blast, Lead and Copper Smelting, Notes on Slags, 582
    • Modern British Practice, 741
    • Use of Oxygen, 497
    • Using Charcoal, Temperatures in, 588
    • Boiler, Advantages of Preheating Air, 210, 608. See 641 See also Stoker
    • Electric, Carbon-Ring Type, National Physical Laboratory, 628*
    • with Magnetic Indicator, Steel Harden¬ing, 713*
    • Induction, Oerlikon, Tyre Heating, 230*
    • Wild-Barfleld System, Heat Treatment of Razor Blades, 713*
    • Gas and Electric, Automatic Temperature, Control, 55, 202*, 628*
    • and Electric, National Physical Labora¬tory, 628*
  • Fired, Monometer, Bearing Metal, 20t*
  • Fired, Monometer Temperature Regu¬lator, 202*
    • Metallurgical, Pulverised Coal for Firing, 30, 381*, 415*
    • Open-Hearth Steel, Regenerators for, 29*
    • Hearth, Reversing Regenerators, Theo¬retical Considerations, 662
    • Hearth, Steel, Use of Pulverised Coal, 30. See 381*, 415*
    • Hearth, Waste, Heat Recovery, 632
    • Tank, Production of Colourless Glass, 107 See also Coke Ovens
  • Fusion Welding. See Welding

G

  • GAEDE Diffusion Pump, High Vacua, 365
  • Galbreath, W. W., on Modern Stamping Practice, 124*
  • Gamma Iron, Plastic Deformation, 631
  • Gantry, Crane, Ferro-Concrete, British Empire Exhibition, 266*
  • Gas, Adsorption by Cooled Charcoal, 429
    • Burners. (J. Keith and Blackman Co., Ltd.), 711
    • Carbon Dioxide. See Carbon Dioxide
    • Coal, Extraction of Benzene by Silica Gel, 622
    • Engine. See Engine, Oas
    • Engineers, Institution of, Annual General Meeting, 834
    • Fired Air Heater (J. Keith and Blackman Co., Ltd.), 711
    • Furnaces. See Furnaces
    • Flow Meters, Balance Manometer for, 143*
    • Flue, Analysis, Uehling Carbon Monoxide Recorder, 77*
    • and Gas Works. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • Heated Boiler for Restaurants, 711
    • at High Vacua, Gauges for Pressure Measure¬ments, 387*, 429*
    • Ignition, Collieries, by Signalling Apparatus and Electric Lamps, 179
    • Industry, Development and Prospects, 834
    • Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 647, 711. See Erratum, 680
    • Inflammable, in Mines, Safety Lamps
  • Giving Warning, 179, 716*
    • Ionisation of. See Ionisation
    • Liberation from Glass, 429*
    • Lighted Buoys, Coast Lighting, 711
    • and Liquids, Mechanical Properties (Re¬view), 276
    • Mains, Oil Spraying in, Aerograph for, 711
    • Pressure Indicators, 710
    • Tapping under Pressure, 783*
    • Manufacture, Economic Balance in Coal Carbonisation, 407
    • Regenerative System, Aylesbury, 834
    • Treatise on (Review), 21
    • Permeability, Building Materials, 68
    • Plant, Continuous Vertical Retorts, Swin¬don Works, 164*, 228*, 328*, 421*
    • Producer. See Producer
    • Properties in High ,and Low Vacua, 330, 365*, 387*, 429*
    • Rarefied, Heat Conductivity, 429
    • Specific Heat and Molecular Structure, 580
  • Gas Starter, Internal-Combustion Engines, Bristol, 553
    • Storage of Fruit, Investigations, 68
    • from Underground Water, Analysis, Oil Prospecting, 78
    • Welding. See Welding
    • See also Acetylene; Carbon Dioxide; Carbon Monoxide ; Hydrogen; Nitrogen ; Oxygen, Ac. Gasoline. See Petrol; Engine, Petrol; Aero¬nautics
  • Gate, Automatic, Colliery Cages, 728*
    • Valve, Handy Quick-Acting, 815*
  • Gauges, Block, Method of Manufacture, 773
    • Cylindrical, Optical Apparatus for Testing, 'Hilger’s, 10*
    • Hardening Ends, Electrical Process, 648
    • Optical, for Cylindrical Bodies, Hilger’s, 10*
    • Plug, Adjustable, for Screws, 775*
    • Pressure, for High Vacua, 387*, 429*
    • Testing, Natioual Physical Laboratory Methods, 773*
  • Gear, Compensating, Gravity-Bucket Con¬veyor Drive, 329*
    • Cutting Machines. See Machine Tools
    • Pinions, Optical Investigation of Stresses, 254*
    • Speed Reduction, Bostock and Bramley,
    • Shock-Absorbing Concentric Type, 378*. See 257*
    • Steering. See Steering
    • Testing Machines, National Physical Labo¬ratory, 692
    • Variable Speed, Williams-Janney, 803*
  • Geared Turbines. See Marine Propulsion
  • Gearing, Reduction, Rolls-Royce Aero Engines, 61*
    • Vickers, Bostock & Bramley, Enveloping Teeth, Tests, 257*. See 378*
    • Worm, Application to Turbine Reduction Gears, 131*
    • Daimler-Lanchester, Efficiency Tests, 132
    • Production and Efficiency of, 131*
  • Gearlock-Reynard Railway Coupling, 460
  • Gel, Silica, Use as Benzene Adsorbent, 622
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Sub-Station Equip¬ment, Gorseinon Electric Supply, 260*,
  • 295,* ; 1,500 KW., Generator, British Em¬pire Exhibition Power Station, 425* ; Heavy Oil Engine, Macclesfield Power Station, 731*
  • Generating Machine, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
    • Station. See Power Station
  • Generator, Electric, and 130 H.P. Beardmore-Tosi Diesel Engine, 530*
    • Breakdowns of, Statistics, 520
    • and 150 H.P. Gas Engine (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 532*
    • and Internal-Combustion Engines, House Lighting (New Pelapone Engine Co., Ltd.), 534* ; (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 534*
    • and 60 H.P. Oil Engine, Marine Auxiliary (W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 530*
    • 1| KW. Turbine-Driven, for Outdoor Lighting, 44*
    • 120-Watt, and Petrol Engine, Telephone Exchange, 811*
    • Wireless Telegraphy, Petrol Engine for Driving, 76*
    • Wind-Driven, for House Lighting, 711 See also Turbo-Generators
  • Gennevilliers Power Station, Boiler Plant for Pulverised Fuel, 186
  • Geology and Oil Measures, South-West Persia, 647
    • of Petroleum, 741
  • German Contractors and Irish Water-Power Development, 339, 572
    • Submarine Campaign and Merchant Ship¬ping (Review), 442
    • Trade with South Africa, 52
  • Germany, Merchant Shipbuilding in 1923, 106
    • Oppau Chemical Works Explosion, 501
  • Gezira Irrigation Scheme, Pumping Plant, 624, 654*, 685* ; Excavator, 636*
  • Gibbs, A. R., on Menai Bridge, 23
  • Gibson, Prof. A. H., on Dynamical Similarity, 325*, 357*, 391*, 422*
  • Girders, Bridge, Effect of Deck System on Stresses, 380
    • Transverse Oscillations, Live Load and Impact Allowances, 378
    • See also Beams; Bridges ; Floors
  • Glasgow, Dalmarnock Power Station, 511
    • Road Construction and Maintenance, S3. See 144
    • Subway, Proposed Electrification, 407
  • Glass, E. L., on Floods, Damodar River, 86
  • Glass, Colourless, Production in Tank Furnace, 107
    • Deposition of Copper on, 670
    • Liberation of Gases and Vapour from, 429
    • Manufacture, Use of Heat and Corrosion-Resisting Alloys, 588
  • Use of Pyrometers, 269 — Use of Selenium, 107
  • Pots, Alumino-Silica Minerals in, 808
  • Specifications for, 107 Technology, Society of: Specifications for Glass, by Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 107 ; Pro¬duction of Colourless Glass in Tank Furnaces, with Special Reference, to the Use of Selenium, by A. Cousen and Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 107 ; Use of Pyrometers in Glass Works, by E. A. Coad-Pryer, 269 ; Con¬tinuous High-Temperature Measurements in Glass Works, by W. M. Clark, 269 ; Recent Advances in Design of Tempera¬ture-Measuring Instruments, by R. W. Whipple, 269 ; Practical Application of Pyrometers to Glass Works, by C. E. Foster, 269 ; Reflections on Pyrometer Design, by W. Bowen, 269 ; Duplication of the Portland Vase, by J. Northwood, 496 ; Annual General Meeting, 588 ; Physical Poperties of Some Alloys Resis¬tant to Heat and Corrosion, by J. H. G. Monypenny, 588; Some Properties and Possible Industrial Uses of Alloys Con¬taining Nickel, by W. R. Barclay, 588 ; Decay of Window Glass from the Point of View of Liehenous Growths, by Dr. E. Mellor, 808 ; Decay of Mediaeval Stained
  • Glass, by N. Heaton, 808 ; Weathering and Decay of Glass, by Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 808 ; Alumino-Silfca Minerals in Fired Glass Pots, by W. J. ltees, 808 ; Effect of Various Constituents on the Viscosity of Glass, by S. English, 808 ; Thermal Endurance of Glass, by V. H. Stott and E. Irvine, 808
    • Thermal Endurance of, 808
    • Trade, Hours of Work, Report on, 150
    • Viscosity of, Effect of Constituents, 808
    • Weathering and Decay of, 808
  • Glasswork, Decorative, Duplication of Port¬land Vase, 496
  • Glenfield & Kennedy, Ltd., Roller Sluice Valves, Hartebeestpoort Dam, 325* ; Cleaning Apparatus for Water Maius, 587*; Homeyard Hydraulic Valves, 745* ; Waterworks Appliances, British Empire Exhibition, 783*
  • Gleno Dam, Failure of, 275
  • Globe Pneumatic Engineering Company, Ltd., Air Compressors, 398*
  • Gold-Bearing Quartz, Treatment, 760
  • Goods Train Formations, Great Western Railway, 729
  • Goodwin, Admiral Sir G., on Economics of Engineering, 247. See 311
  • Gorseinon, 33,000-Volt Bulk Electric Supply, 260*, 295*
  • Government Airship Policy. See Airships under Aeronautics
    • Laboratories, Metallurgical Research, 762
    • Railways. See State Railways
    • Subsidies, Civil Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Governor Gear, 30,000 H.P. Pelton Wheels, 543* 30,000 KW. Turbo - Generator for Rotherham, 67*, 134*
  • Graham Manufacturing Co., Grinding Machine for Pulley Faces, 12*
  • Grates. See Furnace; Stoker
  • Gratings, Diffraction, Work of Mount Wilson Observatory, 674
  • Graving Dock. See Dock
  • Gravitation at Sea, Determination, 648
  • Gravity-Bucket Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Great Western Railway, Coal-Gas Plant, Swindon Works, 164*, 228*, 328*, 421* ; Freight Train Formations, 729
    • Lake Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tasmania, 355*, 451*, 568*, 595*, 694*, 792*
  • Greenock Philosophical Society, Watt Anni¬versary Lecture by Sir E. T. d’Eyncourt on Naval Architecture, 115. See 709
  • Green’s Economisers, British Empire Exhibi¬tion Power Station, 333*, 363*
  • Gresham & Craven, Ltd., Super-Dreadnought Vacuum Brake Ejector, 541* ; Injector for Steam Wagons, 588*
  • Griffin Mill, Pulverisation of Coal, 383* Griffiths, H. R., on Freight Train Formations, 729
  • Grinding Cement, New Laws, 566
    • Machine for Terrazzo Floors, 574*
    • See also Machine Tools
    • Metals, Home Office Regulations, 247
    • Mills, Pulverised Coal, 382*, 415
  • Groningen Pumping Plant, 448*
  • Grouting, Cement, Well-Boring, 155*
  • Grunspan, A. S., on Density of Concrete, 556
  • Guard, Safety, for Power Presses, 645
  • Guardian Low-Water Alarm, Boilers, 711
  • Gu^ritte, T. J., on Aluminous Cement, 566
  • Guest & Chrimes, Ltd., Mine Rescue Apparatus, 619 ; Fan-Type Water Meter, 814*
  • Guns, British Empire Exhibition: Early Types, 676* ; Beardmore, 788 ; Vickers’, 801
    • 16-in. Naval, (Vickers, Ltd.), 801
    • Power of Warships. See Warships
    • Production during the War, 132, 147. See 270, 271, 313
    • Wear of, 133
    • See also Explosives; Projectiles ; Warships and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • GWynnes Engineering Co., Ltd., Pumping Plant, Palmers’ Dock, Swansea, 638*. See 602*
  • Gyratory Rock Crusher, (Vickers, Ltd.), 606
  • Gyroscopes, Construction and Applications (Review), 276

H

  • H.M. SS. See under Warships
  • Haar, S., on Modern Subway Cars, 127
  • Hack-Sawing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Hackney Power Station, Circulating Water,
  • Treatment with Chlorine, 142*. See 266
  • Hadfleld, Sir R., on Fuel Economy, Iron and Steel Industry, 741 ; on Alloy Steels, 741
  • Hadflelds, Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 730
  • Hair Hygrometer, Humidity Measurements, Investigations, 68
  • Hall, R., & Sons (Bury), Ltd., Textile Machi¬nery, British Empire Exhibition, 549*
  • Hammers. See Machine Tools
  • Handy Quick-Acting Gate Valve, 815*
  • Hann, E. L., on Rhymney Valley Compressed- Air Plant, 759
  • Hanson, Dr. D., on Copper-Cadmium Alloys, 361 ; on Hardening Silico-Manganese Steels, 663
  • Harbord, F. W., on British Iron and Steel Industry, 761
  • Harbour, Rotterdam, Coal-Handling Plant, 619
    • Works, Port of Calcutta, 37*
    • Sec also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Hardening Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Hardness Tests. See Tests (Materials)
    • of Water, Determination, 267
  • Harland <fc Wolff, Ltd., Atlantic Transport Liner “ Minnetonka,” 576
  • Hartebeestpoort Dam, South Africa, 323*
  • Harvard University, Measurements of Pro¬perties of Steam, 579
  • Hatchways, Ships’, Protection During Loading and Unloading, 831
  • Hatfield, Dr. W. H., on Special Steels, 741. See Erratum, 776
  • Haughton, Dr. J. L., on Metallurgical Research, 762
  • Haulage Improvements and Constructions, Ltd., Motor Transport Trailer, 186*
  • Hawthorn, Leslie & Co., Ltd., Crane Loco¬motive and Battery Locomotive, 667*
  • Head Gear, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 679*, 726*
  • Hearn, Lieut.-Col., on Catchment Areas, 87
  • Heastie, B., on Water Purification, 267
  • Heat Conductivity, Rarefied Gases, 429
    • Refractory Materials, 300
    • Endurance of Glass, 808
    • Engines. See Engines; Turbines; Aero¬nautics
    • Insulating Materials, British Empire Exhi¬bition, 710
    • Materials, Cold Stores, Investigations, 68
    • Insulation, Refrigerator Cars, Thickness, 217*, 252*
    • Latent, Liquids, Apparatus for Determining,698
    • Recovery, Open-Hearth Furnaces, 632
    • Resisting Alloys, Use in Glass Industry, 588
    • Specific. See Specific Heat
    • Stresses, Diesel Engines, 624. See 515
    • Theory of, Work of Lord Kelvin, 799
    • Transmission from Radiators, 831
    • Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy
    • Waste. See Waste Heat
  • Heater, Air, Gas-Fired, (J. Keith & Blackman Co., Ltd.), 711
  • Howden-Ljungstrdm, Boiler Trials, 210, 608. See 641
    • Feed-Water. See Feed-Water Heater
  • Heating Buildings, Heat Transmission from Radiators, 831
    • Curves, Alloys. See Metallurgy
    • Machine, Electric, for Pipes, 200*
    • and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of, Annual General Meeting and Dinner, 213 . Summer Meeting, 831
  • Trades, Classes in Domestic Engineering, 214
  • Hele-Shaw Stream-line Filter, Developments, 267
  • Helical Gears. See Gears
  • Helium. Use in Airships, 404, 487
  • Hematite Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., Milling Machine, 491* ;
  • Oxy-Acetylene Cutting Machine, 411*.
  • Heymans, P., Optical Investigation of Stresses in Pinions, 254*
  • H. I. C. Trailer Car for Motor Transport, 186* Hick-Breguet Air Extractor, 458*
  • High-Speed Steel. See Steel
    • Temperature Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Highways. See Roads
  • Hilditch, T. P., on Doucil Water-Softening Prnpps^ 287 SPP 9A7
  • Hilger, A., Ltd., Optical Gauge, 10* ; Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhi¬bition, 20 ; Muller X-Ray Spectrograph, 46* ; Low-Hilger Audiometer, 108* ; Wilson Projection Comparator, 606*
  • Hilger Interferometer, Determination of Aber¬rations by, 78, 400
  • Hindley, E. S., & Sons, Vertical Boiler with Superheater, 121.* See 187
  • Hingley, N., & Sons, Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 668
  • History of Great War, Seaborne Trade (Re¬view), 442
    • of Science in Oxford (Review"), 22
  • Hobart, Tasmania, Electric Pow’er Supply. See Great Lake Hydro-Electric Scheme
  • Hobbing Machines, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • Hobson, A. J., the Late, 105
  • Hoist, Electric, Mine Winding (Vickers, Ltd.), 633* ctlSO Q S
  • Holland, Merchant Shipbuilding in 1923, 106
    • Pumping Plant for Land Drainage, 446*
    • See also Dutch
  • Holmboe Electrolytic Hydrogen Generator, 641
  • Holt-Christensen Process, Lead Extraction, 252. See 319
  • Holweck Molecular Vacuum Pump, 55*
  • Homan, H., the Late, 702
  • Home Office Factories Bill, Provisions of, 835
    • Regulations, Grinding Metals and Cleaning Castings. 247
  • Homeyard Hydraulic Valves, 745*
  • Honda, K., on Forging Temperatures of Steel, 662 ; on Hardness of Metals, 662
  • Hong Kong Building, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 528*
  • Honours, Birthday, for Engineers, 744
  • Hood, O. P., on Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, 160
  • Hook, Safety, for Pit Cages, 726*
  • Hopkins, G., & Sons (Clerkenwell), Ltd., Cask Washing Machine, 367*
  • Hopper Barge, Dredging Plant, Floating Dock Berth, Southampton, 790*. See 206
    • Early, for River Clyde, 548*
  • Hordern, Mason & Edwards, Ltd., Guard for Power Presses, 645
  • Horse-Drawm Vehicles,Comparisons with Motor Vehicles, 405
  • Horsehair Cloth, Loom for Weaving, 549
  • Hosking, A. F., on Treatment of Gold Bearing Quartz., 760
  • Hot-Wire Anemometer, Callendar, 136*, 249*. See LETTER 314*
    • Microphone, Investigations of Acoustical Problems, 810
  • Hotchkiss Hydraulic Propulsion System, 13*
  • Hours of Labour. See Labour
  • How’den, J., & Co., Ltd., Steam Turbine, British Empire Exhibition Pow’er Station, 425
  • Howden-Ljungstrom Air Heaters, Boiler Trials, 210, 608. See 641
  • Hughes & Lancaster, Ltd., Wool Washing Machine, 841*
  • Humidity, Air, Effect on Workers, 427 — Measurements,
  • Hair Hygrometer, Investi¬gations, 68
  • Hurd, A., on Sea Transport, 486
  • Hurren, F. H., on Casting Temperatures of Aluminium Alloys, 73
  • Hurst, Dr. H. E., on Discharge through Sluices, Assuan Dam, 281
  • Hutton, Dr. R. S., on British Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association, 762
  • Hydraulic Drive, Centrifugal Drying Machines, 818*
    • Fire Ladder for Rangoon, 575*
    • Jacks, Righting Settled Building, 176*
    • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
    • Plant. Standard Tests for, Report, 439*
    • Power Plant. See Power Plant
    • Press. See Press under Machine Tools
    • Pressure, Expansion of Tunnels in Rock, 217
    • Propulsion, Hotchkiss System, 13*
    • Pumps. See Pump
    • Relay, Area, Liquid Temperature Control, 714*
    • Turbines. See Turbines; Pelton Wheels; Poiver Plant
    • Valves, High Pressures, Homeyard, 745*
    • Variable-Speed Gear, Williams-Janney, 803
  • Hydraulics, Discharge through Sluices, Assuan Dam, Measurements and Model Experi¬ments, 281
    • Flood Discharge, Catchment Areas, and Waterways of Bridges, 87; Effect of Shape, 87
    • Model Experiments, Principle of Dynamica] Similarity, 325*, 357*, 391*, 422*
    • Pitot Tube, Cylindrical, for Water Flow Measurement, 440*
    • Rainfall and Run Off Catchment Areas, 40*, 87, 193*
    • Venturi Water Meters, Values of Co¬ efficient, 440*
    • Water Flow Measurements, Standard Tests, 439*
    • Flow in Pipes and Channels, Measure¬ment by Salt, 439, 441
    • Flow" in Pipes, Measurement by Plate Orifice, 440*
    • Flow over Weirs, Formulae, 439, 441
    • See also Hydrodynamics ; Irrigation; Water
  • Hydrodynamics, Bjerknes Experiments, Aero¬plane Lift and Drag, 647
    • Lanchester-Prandtl Theory, Aeroplane Lift and Drag, 1*, 35*, 100*, 169*,258*, 823. See LETTERS, 313, 744*
    • Mechanical Properties of Fluids (Review), 276
    • Model Experiments, Air and Water, Com¬parisons, 823
    • Experiments, Principle of Dynamical Similarity, 325*, 357*, 391*, 422*
    • Skin Friction, Flat Plates, Effect of Length, 517, 718*
    • Friction and Law of Comparison, 517
    • Vortex Motions, Viscous Liquids, Demon¬stration, 674
    • See also Ship Resistance Hydro-Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant
    • Extractors. See Centrifugals Hydrogen Plant, Electrolytic,
  • Holmboe, 641 Hydrographical Department, Admiralty, British
  • Empire Exhibition, 676 Hydrometallurgy of Lead, 251, 319
  • Hygrometer, Hair, Investigations, 68
  • Hypochlorite Bleach, Electrolytic Cell for Manufacture, 780*

I

  • ICE, Motor Transport Vehicles for Use on, 242, 318*, 347*. See 282
    • See also Refrigeration
  • Ignition, Lodge System, Cockerill Gas Engine, 394*
  • Illinois Coal, Screening of, 496
  • Illumination in Rooms, Measurement of, 648
    • See also Light; Lighting ; and Lamps under Electric
  • Impact Allowances, Girders, and Transverse Oscillations. 378
    • Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Imperial Air Transport Co., Government Sub¬sidy Scheme, 21. See 342
  • Institute, Mineral Resources Committee, Monograph on Nickel Ores, 102
    • Water Meter, Measuring Fixed Quantities, 749*
  • Import Trade. See Trade
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines
  • Incandescent Lamps. See Lamps under Electric
  • India, Assam-Bengal Railway, Slips and Wash¬outs, 141
    • Behira Power Station, 30,000 H.P., Twin Pelton Wheels, 542*
    • Boiler Regulations, 183
    • Bombay Land-Reclamation Work, Dredger ” Sir George Lloyd,” for, 548*
    • Water Supply, New Pipe Line, 315
    • Calcutta Water Works, Centrifugal Pump, 689
    • Port Extensions, 37*
    • Chemical Research in, 614
    • Damodar River, Storms and Floods, 86
    • Government, Dredger " Ronaldshay,” 548*
    • Institution of Engineers, 441
    • Iron and Steel Industry, 761
    • Pavilion, British Empire Exhibition, 527*
    • Railways, Rules for Bridge Design, 209
    • Rainfall and Run-off from Catchment Areas, '40*, 87,194*
    • Rubber. See Rubber
    • Shipment of Locomotives to, Erratum, 91
    • Water Supply, Catchment Areas, Effect of Discharge on Waterways of Bridges, 87
    • Water Supply, Catchment Areas, Effect of Shape on Flood Discharge, 87
  • Indicator Diagrams, Diesel Engines, Develop¬ment of High Mean Pressures, 590*, 591* See 515
    • Diesel Engine, Fraser & Chalmers, 733*
    • Rolls-Royce Aero Engine, 62*
  • Induced Draught Installation, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 333*, 363
  • Induction Furnaces. See Furnace, Electric
    • Motor. See Motor, Electric
    • See Electric
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
    • Agreements and Disputes. See Labour; Industrial Notes
    • Alcohol. See Alcohol; Motor Fuels
    • Chemistry. See Chemistry
    • Conditions, Belgium, Report, 438
    • Economics. See Labour
  • Industrial Fatigue. See Labour
    • Furnaces. See Furnaces
    • Management. See IForFs Management
    • Notes, 11, 43, 75, 110, 139, 172, 216, 248,280, 301, 346, 377, 396, 430, 460, 493, 522, 572, 617, 636, 669, 699, 734, 776. 805, 836. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • Progress and Trade Union Restrictions, 737
    • Research. See Research
    • Unrest. See Labour
    • Water Purification, Plant and Processes, 266, 286, 287
  • Industries, Australian, Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 723*
    • British Federation of, Resources of British Empire (Review), 706
  • Iron and Steel, British, Canadian and Indian, 761
    • See also Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Industry, British, Motor Car, Requirements of Overseas Markets, 830
    • Scientific Apparatus, Need for Protec¬tion, 705
    • Coal Mining, Economics, 740
    • and Democracy, 499
    • and Education 56
    • Electrical, Position and Prospects, 409
    • Engineering, British and Foreign, Wages Comparisons, 374
    • British, Importance of Prestige, 829
    • British, Use of Foreign Designs, 829
    • Factors Affecting Production Costs, 273,
  • 308, 340, 374. See LETTERS, 313, 397
  • Vocational Training for Workers, 341
  • Iron and Steel, Fuel Economy, 741
  • Metalliferous Mining, Economics, 740
  • Non-Ferrous Metals, Economics, 742
  • Oil, Economics, 740
  • Palace of, British Empire Exhibition, Con¬structional Details, 291*. See 228*, 263*
  • Shipping, Position and Prospects, 274
  • Value of Research, 737 Ingham, W., the Late, 577
  • Inglis, Prof. C. E., on Oscillations of Girders, 378
  • Injector for Steam Wagons (Gresham & Craven, Ltd.), 588*
  • Inland Navigation. See Navigation ; Canals; Rivers, Ac.
  • Inspection Cars, Railway, Petrol Driven, 667*
  • Institute of Transport. See Tranpsort See Institutions
  • Institution, Royal. See Royal Institution
  • Technical and Scientific. See Aeronautical
  • Engineers, Institution of; Aeronautical Society, Royal; Arts, Royal Society of; Automobile Engineers, Institution of; Chemical Industry, Society of; Chemistry Institute of; Civil Engineers, French Society of ; Civil Engineers, Institution of ; Civil Engineers of Ireland, Institution of; Cleveland Institution of Engineers ; Diesel- Engine Users* Association; Electrical Engineers, American Institute of; Elec¬trical Engineers, Institution of; Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of; Faraday Society; Foundrymen, British Institute of; Gas Engineers, Insti¬tution of; Glass Technology, Society of; Greenock Philosophical Society; Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of; Iron and Steel Institute; Iron and Steel Institute, American; Junior Institution of Engineers; Liverpool Engineering Society ; Manchester Association of Engin¬eers ; Marine Engineers, Institute of; Mechanical Engineers, American Society of; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of ; Metals, Institute of; Meteorological Society, Royal; Mining Engineers, Institution of ; Mining Engineers, Midland Institute of; Mining and Metallurgical Engineers, American Institute of; Mining and Metal¬lurgy, Institution of; Municipal and County Engineers, Institution of; Naval Archi¬tects, Institution of; North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders; Optical Society; Petroleum Technologists, Institution of ; Physical Society ; Physics. Institute of; Royal Institution; Royal Society; Rubber Industry, Institution of; Sanitary Engineers, Institution of; Struc¬tural Engineers, Institution of ; Supervising Electricians, National Association of; Technical Engineers, Society of ; Transport, Institute of; Welding Engineers, Institu¬tion of.
  • Instruments, Meteorological, Recording, Time Marking System, 826
  • Scientific, Early, in Oxford (Review), 22
  • See also Aeronautics ; Electric
  • Insulation. See Heat; Electric
  • Insurance, Workmen’s. See Labour
  • Integral Blading System, Parsons Turbo-Generator, 722*
  • Interborough Rapid Transit Co., Steel Carriages . for, 127
  • Interference Fringes, Microscope for Observing, 288
  • Interferometer, Hilger, Determination of Aber¬rations by, 78, 400
  • Internal-Combustion Engines. See Aeronautics; Engines ; Motor Cars; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • International Cement Congress, 557, 566
  • Foundry Trades Exhibition, Birmingham, 804, 824 Trade. See Trade
  • Inventions by Employees, 309
  • Rewards for, League of Nations Proposals, 114
  • See also Patents
  • Invicta Bottle-Filling Machine, 105*
  • Invincible Wheat Molliiler, 725*
  • Iokibe, K., on Copper-Zinc Alloys, 359
  • Ionisation Effect, Neon Lamps, 481
  • Ireland, Institution of Civil Engineers of. See Civil Engineers
  • Irish Water Power Development and German Contractors, 339, 572
  • Iron Alloys. Sec Metallurgy and Steel
    • Alpha, Effect of Cold Work on Density of Crvstals, 631
    • and Gamma, Plastic Deformation, 631
  • Iron Case Hardening. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
    • Corrosion. See Corrosion
    • Electro-Deposited, Hardness, 663
    • Foundry. See Foundry
    • Furnaces. See Furnaces
    • Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
    • Manufacture. Sec Furnaces, Blast; Metal¬lurgy
    • Ore. See Ore
    • Pig, Prices. Seo Metal-Price Diagrams
    • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
    • Rust Removal, Electrolytic Process, 25*. Seo 464
    • Silicon Alloys, Determination of Silicon, 173*
    • Sponge, Production of, 497
    • and Steel Analysis, Chemical Standards, 432, 631
    • Industries, British, Canadian and Indian, 761
    • Industry, Australian, 724
    • Industry, Fuel Economy, 741

Iron and Steel Institute : Spring Meeting, London:

  • Preliminary Announcement, 145
  • Programme, 474
  • Report of Council, 616
  • Presentation of Bessemer Medal to Prof.
  • A. Sauveur, 616
  • Reports of Discussions, 631, 662
  • Presidential Address by Sir W. Ellis, 616. See 611
  • Continuous Rolling Nulls : their Growth and Development, by J. P. Bedson, 620*. See 631
  • Plastic Deformation of Alpha and Gamma Iron, by Prof. F. C. Thompson and W. E. W. Millington, 631
  • Effect of Cold Work on Density of Crystals, Alpha Iron, by H. O’Neill, 631
  • Production of Large Crystals by Anneal¬ing Strained Iron, by Prof. C. A. Edwards and L. B. Pfeil, 651*, 687*. See 632.
  • Recovery of Waste Heat in Open Hearth Practice, by W. Dryssen, 632
  • Theoretical Considerations respecting Cer¬tain Features in the Working Effi¬ciency of Reversing Regenerators, by J. Seigle, 662
  • Forging Temperatures of Steel, by K. Honda, 662
  • Indentation Hardness of Metals, by K. Honda and T. Takahasi, 662
  • Experiments on the Brinell-Tensile Re¬lationship, by A. L. Norbury and T. Samuel, 662
  • Transverse Test Bars and Engineering Formulae, by G. S. Bell and C. H. Adamson, 663
  • Hardening of Silico-Manganese Steels, by E. W. Colbeck and Dr. D. Hanson, 663
  • Hardness of Electro-Deposited Iron, Nickel, Cobalt and Copper, by D. J. Macnaughten, 663
  • Testing of Metal Strip, by Dr. L. Aitchison and L- W. Johnson, 664
  • Iron and Steel Institute, American, F. B.
  • Quigley on Open-Hearth Furnace Re¬generators, 29*
  • Products, British Empire Exhibition,
  • 604*, 668, 730, 788
  • Resources of British Empire (Review), 706
  • Works. See Works
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Strained, Production of Large Crystals, 632, 651*, 687*
  • Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Thermo-Magnetic Properties, 812
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Wrought, Strength at High Temperatures, 69*. See LETTER, 154
  • See also Cast Iron; Steel; Pig Iron; Metal¬lurgy
  • Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges ; Floors ;
  • Columns ; Roofs ; Steelwork ; Structures
  • Irrigation, Rainfall and Run off Catchment Areas. See Rainfall
  • South Africa, Hartebeestpoort Dam, 323*
  • Sudan, Gezira Scheme, Pumping Plant, 624, 654*, 685* ; Drag-Line Excavator, 636*
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Isihara, T., on Copper-Tin Alloys, 361
  • Isotopes and Atoms, May Lecture, Institute of Metals, 770*
  • Italian Cargo Steamers " Principessa Giov- anna ” and “ Principessa Maria,” 821*
  • Commercial, Industrial and Economic Situation, 501
  • Ferro-Concrete Dam, Failure of, 275
  • Italy, British Trade with, 501
  • Merchant Shipbuilding, in 1923, 106
  • Izod Impact Tests. See Tests (Materials)

J

  • JACKMAN, J. W., & Co., Ltd., Moulding Machines, 825
  • Jacks, Hydraulic, Righting Settled Building, 176*
  • Jackson, R., on Powdered Coal, 381*, 415
  • James Dredging Co., Ltd., Dredging Plant, Southampton Floating Dock Berth, 790*. See 206
  • Janney Variable-Speed Gear, 803*
  • Japan, Merchant Shipbuilding in, 1923, 106
  • Japanese Earthquake and Building Construc¬tion, 37
    • Railways, Electric Locomotives, 97*
  • Jegher, A., the Late, 517
  • Jenkins, C. H. M., on Copper-Cadmium Alloys, 361
  • Jet, Steam. Seo Nozzles
  • Jette, E. R., on X-Ray Studies, Copper- Aluminium Alloys, 360
  • Jockel, L. M., on Air Heaters for Boiler Fur¬naces, 608. See 641
  • Johnson, L. W., on Testing Metal Strip, 664
  • Johnson, R., and Nephew, Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 789
  • Joists, Steel, Clip for Shafting Brackets, 395
  • Journals. See Bearings Jude, Dr. R. H., the Late, 767
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, Presidential Address by Sir J. F. Flannery, on Progress in Marine Propulsion, 84 ; Anniversary Dinner, 614; L. M.
  • Jockel on Water- Tube Boilers, 608. See 641
  • “ Jupiter ” Aero Engine, 551*
  • Jurgens’ Margarine Factory, Righting Settle¬ment of Building, 174*

K

  • “ KAIONE,” Dredger, Fruhling Type, 546
  • Kamlok Safety Device, Centrifugals, 818
  • Kaye, Dr., Mercury-Vapour Pump, 366*, 648
  • K^grcsse Motor Car for Desert Transport, 347
  • Keith & Blackman Co., Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 711
  • Kelvin, Lord, Centenary, 799. See 827
  • Kendall & Gent (1920), Ltd., Milling Machines, 199*, 835
  • Kendall, R. H., on Gold Bearing Quartz, 760
  • Kennicott Water-Softening Plant, 363, 626
  • Kent Coalfield, Betteshanger Colliery, 677
  • Kent, Col. H. V., on Concrete-Block Building Construction, 557
  • Kent, G., Ltd., Venturi Meter for Pulsating Flow, 7*. See 785; Temperature Con¬troller and Balance Manometer, 143*; Water Meter, 786*
  • Kent, J. L., on Effect of Wind and Waves on Ship Propulsion, 516
  • Kenya Colony, Rainfall Distribution, 702
  • Kep-Operating Gear, Marson’s, 727*
  • Kerbside Petrol Pump, Shell, 301*
  • Kestner Evaporators, Distillation of Feed Water, 267
  • Kewley, J., on Crude Oil of Sarawak, 56 ; on Crude Oils of the Empire, 760
  • Kilns, Cement, Pulverised Coal Firing, 381*.
  • See 415* ; Measurement of Air Supply, 557
  • Kimball, A. L., Optical Investigation of Stresses in Pinions, 254*
  • Kincaid, C. S., the Late, 119
  • Kinematograph, Continuously-Moving Film, 576
  • Kinetic Elutriation Process, 442 King, J. F., on Subdivision of Ships, 157*
  • King, R. O., on Measurement of Air Flow, 136*, 249*. See LETTER, 314*
  • King George’s Dock, Calcutta, 37*
  • Kirkstall Forge, Ltd., Exhibit at British
  • Empire Exhibition, 789
  • Kitchen Car, South African Railways, 595
  • Knudsen Gauge for High Vacua, 387*
  • Kolar Gold Field, Treatment of Quartz, 760
  • Koursk Iron Ore Deposit, 152
  • “ K’uai Li ” Suction Dredger Taku Bar, 547*

L

  • “ L 24,” H.M. Submarine, Loss of, 82
  • Laboratories, Engineering, University College, London, 738. See 116
    • Government, Metallurgical Research, 762
  • Laboratory, Air Ministry, Callendar Hot-Wire Anemometer, 136*, 249*. See LETTER 314*
    • Chemical Engineering, Ramsay Memorial, Inauguration, 116. See 738
    • Engineering, Admiralty, Diesel Engine Investigations, 515, 559, 589*, 624*
    • Industrial Research, Vickers, Ltd., British Empire Exhibition, 614. See 606*
    • National Physical. See National Physical

Labour:

  • Agreements, Labour, Observance of. Locomotive Engineers’ and Firemen’s Strike, 149
  • Air Temperature and Humidity, Effect on Workers, 427
  • Boilermakers’ and Sheet Ironworkers’ Societies, Amalgamation, Lawsuit, 183
  • Coal Mining Industry, Economics of, 740
  • Colliery Accidents, Relative Importance, 497
  • Compositors, London Society of, and Typo¬graphical Association, Agreement, 407
  • Democracy and Industry, 499
  • Dockers* Strike and Settlement, 245
  • Dust, Protection of Workers, Grinding Metals and Cleaning Castings, 247
  • Education and Industry, 56
  • Factory Act Regulations, Claims for Breach, 831
    • Legislation, Provisions of New" Bill, 835
    • and Workmens Compensation Act, 21
    • Glass Trade, Hours of Work, Report, 150
    • Grinding Metals, Home Office Regulations, 247
    • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
    • Fatigue, Hours of Work in Glass Trade, 150
    • Research Committee, Machine Tools, 342
    • Research, Co-operation in, 181, 769
    • Rest Pauses in Repetition Work, 310 Notes, 11,43, 75, 110, 139, 172,
  • 216, 248, 280, 301, 346, 377, 396,
  • 430, 460, 493, 522, 572, 617, 636,
  • 669, 699, 734, 776, 805, 836. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Industry and Democracy, 499
  • Insurance, Unemployment. See Unem¬ployment (below)
  • Inventions by Employees, 309
  • Locomotive Engineers and Firemen’s
  • Strike, Observance of Agreements, 149
  • London Society of Compositors and Typo¬graphical Association, Agreement, 407
  • Piecework, Treatise on (Review), 813
  • Printing Trades Unions, Agreement, 407
  • Railway Strike and Maintenance of Agree¬ments, 149
  • Remuneration of Labour, Payment by Results (Review), 813
  • Rest Pauses in Repetition Work, 310
  • Science and Labour Conference, British Empire Exhibition, 737 f
  • Sheet Ironworkers’ and Boilermakers Societies, Amalgamation, Lawsuit, 183
  • Shift Systems, Glass Trade, Comparisons, 150
  • Strike Action and Public Services, 499 t
  • Locomotive Engineers’ and Firemen s,
  • Observance of Agreements, 149
  • Tramway, and London Passenger Traffic, 406
  • Trade Prospects in 1924, 17
  • Unions, Agreements between, 407
  • Amalgamation of, Lawsuit, 183
  • Maintenance of Agreements, Loco¬motive Engineers’ and Firemen s Strike, 149 x , ,
  • Restrictions and Industrial Pro¬gress, 737
  • and Unofficial Strikes, 499
  • Tramway Strike and London PassengerTraffic, 406 , T ,
  • Typographical Association and London
  • Society of Compositors, Agreement, 407 .
  • Unemployment and Engineering Produc¬tion Costs, 308
    • in 1923, 17
    • Insurance (No. 2) Bill, 580
    • Report, 182
    • and Naval Construction, 116
    • and Railway Electrification, 437
  • Vocational Training, Manual Workers, Report, 341
  • Wages, Engineering Industry, British and Foreign, Comparisons, 374
  • Fluctuations and Accident Compensa¬tion, 343 . v
  • Payment by Results (Review), 813
  • Workmen’s Compensation Act and Factory Legislation, 21
    • Acts, Memorandum (Review), 430
    • Case, Accident Travelling to Work, 246
    • Case, Breach of Factory Act Regu¬lations, 831 ,
    • Case, Wages Fluctuations, 343
    • Provisions of New Act, 288
  • Ladder, Fire, Telescopic, Hydraulically- Operated, for Rangoon, 575*
  • Lagging Materials. See Heat Insulation
  • Lamps, Electric. See Electric
    • Safety, Miners’, Giving Gas Warning, 179, 716*
  • Ships’, Board of Trade Regulations, 312
  • Lancashire Electric Power Co., New Power Station, Padiham, 709
  • Lanchester, Dr. F. W., on Worm Gearing, 131
  • Lanchester-Prandtl Theory, Aeroplane Lift and Drag, 1*, 35*, 100*, 169*, 258*, 823. See LETTERS, 313, 744*
  • Land Drainage, Application to Railways, 141
    • Pumping Plant, Holland, 446*
    • Reclamation Work, Bombay, Dredger “ Sir George Lloyd ” for, 548*
  • Lander, Dr., on the Fuel Research Board, 407
  • Lane, A. G., on Regenerative Coal Gasifica¬tion, 834
  • Langmuir Pump for High Vacua, 366*
  • Larke, Sir W. J., on Iron and Steel Industry, 761
  • Latch <fc Batchelor, Ltd., Wire Ropes, British Empire Exhibition, 789
  • Latent Heat, Liquids, Apparatus for Deter¬mining, 698
  • Latham, E., on Vibration and Structural Damage, 163*. See Erratum, 213
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools Laths, Multiple Saw Bench for, 475
  • Launceston, Tasmania, Electric Power Supply. See Great Lake Hydro-Electric Scheme
  • Launch, Motor. See Motor Boat
  • Law, E. F., on Iron and Steel Industry, 761
  • Law. See Legal; Labour ; Patents
  • Leaching Processes, Lead Extraction, 251, 319
  • Lead Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Hydrometallurgy of, 251, 319
    • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
    • Mine, Sullivan, Discovery and Development 760
    • Smelting, Notes on Slags, 582
    • Treatise on (Review), 152
    • and Zinc, Corrosion in Inorganic Salts, 359
  • Leader Cable Gear for Navigation, 299
  • League of Nations and Rewards for Scientific Discoveries, 114

Legal:

  • Electricity Commissioners and Ealing Corporation, 502
  • Factory Legislation. See Labour
  • Labour Legislation. See Labour Patent Law. See Patents Seaworthiness of Ships and Damage to Cargo, 405
  • Vibrations, Machinery, and Structural Damage, 163*. See Erratum, 213
  • Workmen’s Compensation. See Labour Water Supply, Rural Districts, Legal Aspects, 343
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Legislation. See Legal; Labour ; Patents
  • Legros, L. A., on Traction Across Rough Country, 282*, 317*, 347*. See Erratum, 368
  • Lemmer Pumping Plant, Land Drainage, Holland, 446*
  • Lens, Anastigmat, Taylor-Hobson Large Aper¬ture, 670
    • Photographic, Dallmoyer High-Speed, 20. See Erratum, 48
    • Testing, Bench for, 400
    • Determination of Aberrations by Hilger Interferometer, 78, 400
    • Foucault Knife-Edge Test, 400
    • Wide Angle, for Sky Photography, 496
  • Lenses, Spectacle, Dixey Edging Machine, 583
    • Single, Aperture, Thickness and Form, 78
    • Telescope, Wave Lengths for Achromatism, 270
  • Leslie, Dr. W. F., on Somerset Oil Shale Fields, 714. See Erratum, 836

Letters to the Editor, 14, 47, 87, 110, 154, 206, 238, 270, 313, 368, 397, 434, 464, 558, 584, 617*, 649, 669, 712, 744*, 766, 796, 825. See LETTERS INDEX

  • Lewbeck Projection Micrometer, 716*. See 20
  • Lewis, E. M., On Inland Waterways, 56
  • Life-Saving Appliances, Passenger Steamers, Attitude of Board of Trade, 241
    • Appliances and Ship Design, 844. See 832
  • Lift Equipment, Office Buildings, 148
  • Lifting Gear for Railway Cars, 197*
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Interference Fringes, Microscope for Ob¬serving, 288
    • Navigation, Ships’, Regulations, 312
    • Polarised, Stress Determination by. See Optical
    • Vndulatory and Corpuscular Theories, 204
  • Lightfoot Refrigerating Co., Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 725*
  • Lighthouse, Eddystone, Smeaton’s Model, 504
  • Lighting, Colliery, Advantages of Alternating Current, 180
    • Safety Lamps Giving Gas Warning, 179, 716*
    • Electric, Ventimotor Wind-Driven Plant, 711
    • Gas. See Gas
    • See also Lamps under Electric
  • Lightning. See Electric
  • Lillie, G. E., on Discharge from Catchment Areas, 87
  • Lime-Soda Process, Water Softening, 286. See 267
  • Limit Gauges. See Gauges; Gauging
  • Linderaann, Prof. F. A., Electrometer, 20
  • Liners. See Steamers
  • Linseed, Boiler Scale Prevention by, 623
  • Linstead, F., on Air Supply to Rotary Kilns, 557
  • Liquid Air. See Air
    • Centrifugal Separators for, 312
    • Diffusion in, Optical Study, 698
    • Fuel. See Oil Enel.
  • Latent Heat, Apparatus for Determining, 698
    • Measuring, Water Meter Attachment, 749*
    • Mechanical Properties (Review), 276
    • Oxygen. See Oxygen
    • Surface Tension of, Effect of Magnetic Field, 385
    • Temperature Control, Area Regulator, 714*. See 143
    • Viscosity of. See Viscosity
    • Viscous, Vortex Motions, Demonstration, 674
  • Literature, 21, 57, 85, 117, 152, 183, 215, 276, 408, 442, 454, 504, 557, 615, 680, 711, 755, 783, 813. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Litigation. See Legal; Labour ; Patents
  • Littleton Reservoir, Centrifugal Pump, 689
  • Liverpool Engineering Society, Dinner, 214
  • Ljungstrom Air Heaters, Boiler Trials, 210, 608. See 641
    • Turbo-Generators, Loughborough Power Station, 765
  • Lloyd Sabaudo Company, Cargo Steamers, “ Principessa Giovanna ” and “ Princi¬pessa Maria,” 821*
  • Lloyds’ Statistics, Vessels under Construction, 57, 470
    • Vessels lost, 206
    • World’s Shipbuilding in 1923, 106
  • Lobnitz and Co., Ltd., Dredging Plant, British
  • Empire Exhibition, 547*; Drag-Line Excavator, Gezira Irrigation Scheme, 636*. See 624, 654*, 685*
  • Local Authorities. See Municipal
  • Lock Entrance, King George’s Dock, Cal¬cutta, 37*
  • Lockouts. See Labour; Industrial Notes
  • Locomotive Boilers, Corrosion by Tunnel Water, 267
    • Connecting-Rod Failure, Report, 57
    • Cranes. See Cranes
    • Early, Stockton and Darlington Railway, 535*
    • Electric Battery, for Shunting (Hawthorn, Leslie & Co., Ltd.), 667*
    • 4-6-6-4 Type, Japanese Railways, 97*
    • South African Railways, 597*
    • Engineers and Firemen’s Strike, Obser¬vance of Agreements, 149
    • Operation, Long-Distance Runs, Southern Pacific Railroad, 502. See 253
    • Petrol, Narrow Gauge (Drewry Car Co., Ltd.), 665*
    • Pulverised Coal Firing, 418*
    • Road. See Motor ; Road ; Tractor
    • Shipment to India, Erratum, 91
    • Shunting and Steam Crane (Hawthorn, Leslie & Co., Ltd.), 667
    • Steam and Electric, Comparisons, 448*, 479
    • Working, Control of, 469
    • 4-6-2 Type, Three-Cylinder, London and North Eastern Railway, 537*
    • 4-6-0 Type, London Midland <fc Scottish Railway (W. Beardmore & Co., Ltd.), 665*
    • See also Railways in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Lodge Ignition Equipment, Cockerill Gas Engine, 394*
  • Logging Saw and “Willing Worker” Petrol Engine, 410*
  • London County Council, Robert Blair Fellow¬ships, Science and Technology, 311, 744
    • Docks, Road Access to, 584
    • Electric Wire Company & Smiths, Ltd.,
  • Lewbeck Projection Micrometer, 20, 716*.
    • Midland and Scottish Railway, 4-6-0 Type Locomotive, 665*
    • & North Eastern Railway, Locomotive
    • Connecting-Rod Failure, Report, 57; 4-6-2 Type Locomotive, 537*
    • Passenger Traffic Problem, 406
    • Society of Compositors and Typographical Association, Agreement, 407
    • Underground Railways. See Underground
    • Vienna Service, Wireless Telegraphy, 84
    • Water Supply, Water Main with Victaulic Joints, 205* ; Centrifugal Pump, Littleton Reservoir, 689*
  • London County Council, Waterloo Bridge, Proposed Reconstruction, 470, 684, 766
  • Long, Viscount, on Mineral Resources of British Empire, 739
  • Longbottom, Prof. J. G., the Late, 796
  • Longitudinal Bulkheads. Seo Watertight Subdivisions
  • Loom, Automatic (R. Hall & Sons (Bury), Ltd.), 649*
    • Belt Weaving (R. Hall & Sons (Bury), Ltd.), 549*
    • Weaving Horsehair Cloth (R. Hall & Sons (Bury), Ltd.), 549*
  • Lopulco System Pulverised Fuel, Continental Power Stations, 186
  • Lorries. See Motor Wagons; Tractors.
  • Loud-Speaking Telephones. See Telephones ; Telephony.
  • Loughborough Power Station, Extension, 765
  • Louis, Prof. H., on Economics of Metalliferous Mining, 740
  • Low Engineering Co., Ltd., Audiometer, 108
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal. See Coal
  • Lubricating Oil Consumption, Marine Diesel Engines, 624 See also Oil
  • Lubrication, Oil Viscosity Tests, High Tempera¬tures and Pressures, 693*
    • Tail Shafts, Marine Propulsion, 592*
    • Theory of, Experimental Apparatus, 693*
    • Turbine-Driven Oil Pump for Turbo- Generator, 134*
  • “ Lucayan,” Dipper Dredger, 547*
  • " Lucifer ” Aero Engine, 552*
  • Luffing Cranes. See Cranes
  • Lumley, L., & Co., Ltd., Bottle Washing, Filling and Corking Machines, 105*
  • Lunar Atmospheric Tide, 270
  • Lundgren-Boyd Valve, Water Mains, 814*

M

  • MACADAM. See Roads and Tar Macadam
  • Macaulay, A. W., the Late, 48 Mac. See also Me
  • Macclesfield Power Station, Diesel Engine, 731*
  • Machine Shops. See Works; Machine Tools — Testing. See Testing Machine and Tests (Materials)

Machine Tools :

  • Automatic Lathe (Brown & Ward, Ltd.), 645
    • Screw Machine, Smallpeice (Arm¬strong, Whitworth Co., Ltd.), 696*
  • Axle Turning and Burnishing Lathe (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 230
    • Lathe (Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd.), 695*
  • Boring Mill, Tyre (Craven Brothers (Man¬chester), Ltd.), 230*
    • and Turning Mill, 36 ft. (J. Bertram & Sons Co., Ltd.), 509*
  • Mills, Vertical (Armstrong, Whit¬worth Co., Ltd.), 696
  • Broaching Machine (Vickers, Ltd.), 696
  • Chain and Hollow Chisel Mortising Machine (Wadkin & Co.), 268* ;
  • (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 553*
  • Cutting Tools, Action on Brass and Steel, Microphotographs, 630*
    • Machine, Oxy-Acetylene, for Steel Plates (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 411*
    • Drilling Machine, Radial (F. Town & Sons), 698*
    • and Tapping Machine, Tyre Retaining Studs, <fcc. (Craven Brothers (Man¬chester), Ltd.), 232*
    • Mains under Pressure, Apparatus for (Beck & Co., Ltd.), 783*
  • Drills, Pneumatic, Measurement of Air Supply, 277*. See 202, 219*, 313
    • Repairs and Upkeep, 202,219*, 277*. See LETTER 313
  • Gauges. See Gauges
  • Gear-Hobbing Machine, Spur and Spiral (Brown & Sharpe Manufacturing Co.), 461*
  • Shaping Machine (Vickers, Ltd.), 553
  • Grinding Machine for Belt Pulley Faces (Graham Manufacturing Co.), 12*
  • Metals, Home Office Regulations, 247
  • Hack-Sawing Machine Using Broken Blades (W. H. Royle & Son), 645
  • Hammers, Pneumatic, Repairs and Up¬keep, 202,219*, 277*. See LETTER, 313
    • Testing Apparatus, 219*. See 202,279
    • Measurement of Air Supplv, 277*. See 202, 219*, 313
  • Hydraulic Press. See Press (below)
  • Lathe, Armature-Turning (Dean, Smith & Grace, Ltd.), 202*
    • Axle Turning and Burnishing (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 230
    • Turning (Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd.), 695*
    • 2Vln. Centres, for Amateurs (Exe Engineering Co., Ltd.), 645
    • Automatic (Brown & Ward, Ltd.), 645
    • 15-in. Centres, Geared Deadstock (Cincinnati Lathe A Tool Co.), 681*
    • Railway Wheel (Armstrong, Whitworth Co., Ltd.), 696*
    • Tool Room, 6J-in. Centres (Vickers, Ltd.), 553*
    • Work, Action of Cutting Tools, Micro¬photographs, 630*
    • Seo also Automatic (above) Machine Shops, Acton Car Repair Works, 199*, 229*
    • Management. See IForF# Management
    • Tools, British Industries Fair, Bir¬mingham, 645, 687*
    • Industrial Fatigue Research, 342
    • Milling Machine, Plano, with Removable
    • Cross Slide (Kendall <fc Gent (1920), Ltd.), 199*
    • Universal (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 491*
  • Milling Machine, Universal Plano, 18 ft. Bed (Kendall & Gent (1920), Ltd.), 835
  • Mortising Machine, Chain and Hollow Chisel Type (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 553*
  • and Boring Machine, Chain and Hollow Chisel (Wadkin & Co.), 268*
  • Moulding Machine. Wood, Vertical Spindle ( Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 554*
  • Planing Machines, Electric Drive, Newton System, Working Results, 120*
  • Hand or Power, for Model Work (H. Milnes), 58*
  • High-Speed, for Wood (T. White A Sons, Ltd.), 445*
  • Plano Milling Machine. See Milling (above) Pneumatic Drills. See Drills (above)
    • Hammers. See Hammers (above)
    • Tools, Measurement of Air Supply, 277*. See 202, 219*, 313
    • Air Compressors for. See Air Compressors
    • Repair and Upkeep of, 202, 219*, 277*. See LETTER 313
  • Press, Portable Hydraulic Bending, Acton Car Repair Shops, 199*
    • Power, Guard for (Hordern, Mason A Edwards, Ltd.), 645
  • Pressed Steel Work, Modern Develop¬ments and Applications, 124*
  • Riveters, Pneumatic, Measurement of Air Supply, 277*. See 202, 219*, 313
    • Repairs and Upkeep, 202, 219*, 277*. See LETTER 313
    • Testing Apparatus, 219*. See 202, 279
  • Rolls, Tyre Fixing (B. A S. Massey, Ltd.), 232*
  • Saws, Band and Circular, British Empire Exhibition (Spear A Jackson, Ltd.) 668
  • Bench, Multiple, for Laths (A. Ran- some A Co., Ltd.), 475*
  • Portable Logging, and Petrol Engine (Drummond Brothers, Ltd.), 410*
  • See also Hack-Sawing Machine (above) Scragging Machine for Springs (W. A T. Avery, Ltd.), 200*
  • Screw Machine, Automatic, Smallpeice (Armstrong, Whitworth A Co., Ltd.), 696*
  • Screwing Machine, Bench, Hand Power (T. Chatwin, Ltd.), 687*. See 645
  • Rapid, for Bolts and Pipes (Scott Brothers), 77*
  • Shaping Machine, Crank Type (Scott Brothers (Keighley), 25*
  • Gear (Vickers, Ltd.), 553*
  • Spring Testing and Scragging Machine
  • (W. A T. Avery, Ltd.), 200*
  • Stamping Presses, Guard for (Hordern, Mason A Edwards, Ltd.), 645
  • Steel, Modern Developments and Applications, 124*
  • Tapping and Drilling Machine, Tyre Retaining Studs, Ac. (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 232* Mains under Pressure, Apparatus for (Beck A Co., Ltd.), 783*
  • Tenoning Machine, Internal Drive (Wadkin A Co), 651*
  • Tools, Cutting, Action on Brass and Steel, Microphotographs, 630*
  • Room Lathe. Sec Lathe (above)
  • Stores Organisation, Maximum and Minimum Stocks, 469
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Boring (above)
  • Machines, Automatic. See Automatic (above)
  • Tyre Boring Mill (Craven Brothers (Man¬chester), Ltd.), 230*
  • Fixing Rolls (B. A S. Massey, Ltd.), 232*
  • Retaining Studs, Drilling and Tapping Machine (Craven Brothers (Man¬chester), Ltd.), 232*
  • Wheel Lathe (Armstrong, Whitworth A Co., Ltd.), 696*
  • Woodworking Machine, Super-Elliot (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 553*
  • Machinery", Cabinet Making (H. G. L. Young, Ltd.), 645
  • High-Speed Planing Machine (T. White A Sons, Ltd.), 445*
  • Mortising and Boring Machine, Chain and Hollow Chisel (Wadkin A Co.), 268*
  • Mortising Machine, Chain and Hollow Chisel Type (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 553*
  • Moulding Machine, Vertical Spindle (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 554*
  • Multiple Saw Bench for Laths (A. Ransome A Co., Ltd.), 475*
  • Portable Logging Saw and Petrol Engine (Drummond Brothers, Ltd.), 410*
  • Tenoning Machine, Internal Drive (Wadkin A Co.), 651* See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Machine Work. See Machine Tools Machinery Vibrations and Structural Damage,
  • 163*. See Erratum, 213
  • Maclagan, J. C. M., on the North-British Diesel Engine, 502
  • Macleod Gauge for High Vacua, 387
  • Macnab A Co., Tabor Moulding Machine, 824
  • Macnaughten, D. J., on Hardness of Electro-Deposited Metals, 663
  • Magnesium AUoys. See Alloys under Metal¬lurgy
  • Magnetic Analysis, Elements of, 452*, 601*, 660*, 687*, 816*
    • Compass, Work of Lord Kelvin, 800
    • Field, Effect on Surface Tension of Liquids, 385
    • Indicator, Steel-Hardening Operations, 713*
    • Investigations, Koursk Iron-Ore Deposit, 152
    • Pivot for Instruments, 801
    • Properties, Iron, Thermal Effects, 812
  • Magnetic Tests, Small Specimens, Permanent Magnet Steels, 293*. See LETTER, 368
  • Magnetism, Annealed Carbon Steels, 811
    • Terrestrial, and Sunspot Frequency, 120
  • Magnets, Permanent, Tests of Small Steel Specimens, 293*. See LETTER, 368
  • Maidan-i-Naftun Crude Oil, Properties, 56
  • M^il Services, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Mains, Electric. See Cables under Electric
    • Gas and Water, Tapping under Pressure, 783*
    • Water, Cole Recording Pitometer for, 785
    • Valves for. See Valves
  • Malaya Pavilion, British Empire Exhibition, 528*
    • Tin Mining in, 760
  • Malta Pavilion, British Empire Exhibition, 528
  • Management, Works. See IForA-s Management
  • Manchester Association of Engineers, J. S. G. Primrose on Some New Dynamometers, 148 : Annual Dinner, 213
    • Barton Power Station, 511 Manganese-Silicon Steels, Hardening, 663
    • Steel, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 604, 730
  • Manometer, Balance, Gas-Flow Meters, 14
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods in. See Works Management
    • See also Trade
  • Manufacturers, British Engineering, Use of Foreign Designs, 829
  • Manufacturing Costs, Engineering, Factors Affecting, 273, 308, 340, 374. See
  • LETTERS, 313, 397
  • Marble Floors, Polishing Machine, 574
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Company, London-Vienna Service, 84
  • Margarine Factory, Jurgens’, Righting Settle¬ment of Building, 174*
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery, Air Compressor for Motor Ships, 541*
  • Machinery, 60-H.P. Oil Engine and Electric Generator (W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 530*
  • Machinerv, Steam Turbines for, 477*, 489. See 821*
    • Boilers. See Boilers
    • Engineers, Board of Trade Examination, 703
    • Institute of: R. G. Reid on Modern
    • Refrigerating Machines, 84
    • Engines. See Engines ; Turbines ; Marine Propulsion
    • Organisms, Protection of Timber Ships, 5
    • Propulsion, Boiler Scale Prevention, Filtrator Process Using Linseed, 623*
    • Diesel Engines, Air Compressor for Motor Ships, 541*
    • Diesel Engines, Aluminium-Alloy Pistons, 589. See 515
    • Diesel Engines, Comparisons of Two-Stroke and Four-Stroke Cycles, 84
    • Diesel Engines, Development of High Mean Pressures, 589*, 624*. See 515
    • Diesel Engines, Economy of, 84
    • Diesel Engines, Experiments on Fuel Cams and Sprayer Nozzles, 590*, 625*
    • Diesel Engines, Fairfield-Sulzer, M.S. “ Aorangi,” Trials, 376. See 801
    • Diesel Engine, Four-Cycle Doubje-Acting, North Eastern-Werkspoor, 707*, 771
    • Diesel Engines, Heat Stresses, 624. See 515
    • Diesel Engines for Intermediate Pas¬senger Ships, 834, 839*
    • Diesel Engines, Lubricating Oil Con¬sumption, 624
    • Diesel Engines, M.S. “ Conde de Cherruca,” Service Results, 57. See LETTER, 397
    • Diesel Engine, M.S. “ Sevilla,” Valve Gear, 532*
    • Diesel Engines, North British, for M.S. “ Swanley,” Trials, 502
    • Diesel ‘Engine, Palmer-Camellaird-Ful-lagar, Trials, 409
    • Diesel Engines, Proposed Combination in Design, 805
    • Diesel Engines, Shape of Combustion Chamber, 624*
    • Diesel Engines, Trials with Various Fuels, 625
    • Diesel Engine, 1,800 H.P., Wallsend- Sulzer, Trials, 744
    • Diesel Engines, Work of Admiralty Laboratory, 515, 559, 589*, 624*
    • Effect of Wind and Waves, 516. See 422
    • Geared Turbines, Enveloping Teeth System, 257*
    • Geared Turbines, Possibilities of Worm Gearing, 131
    • Geared Turbines, Steamers “ Principessa Giovanna ” and “ Principessa Maria,” 821*
    • Hotchkiss Hydraulic System, Motor Tug, 33*
    • Machinery Surveys, Passenger Steamers, Board of Trade Regulations, 703
    • Michell Thrust Block, S.S. ” Empress of Australia,” 268*
    • Oil Fuel for. See Oil Fuel
    • Propellers in Tunnels, Shallow Draught Steamer, 10*
    • Scott-Still Engine, Advantages, 247
    • Scott-Still Engines, M.S. ” Dolius,” Trials 459
    • Speed and Power of Ships, 832, 842, 844*
    • Stern Tube Appliances, 592*
    • Torsion Meter, Moullin Electromagnetic, 648, 764*
    • Trim Indicator and Shoal Water Alarm, 617*
    • Warships, Weights of Propelling Machi¬nery, 559. See 515
    • See also Engines; Turbines; Pro¬pellers; Ship Resistance ; Torsion Meters ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • Surveying, Admiralty Hydrographical Department, 676 .
    • Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine Propulsion
  • Markets. See Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Markham & Co., Ltd., Winding Engine, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 677*. See 793* ; Kep-Operating Gear, 727*
  • Marks, E. C. R., on Engineers, Inventions and Patents, 309
  • Marriott, H. F., on Economics of Metalliferous Mining, 740
  • Marry at, H., on Electric Passenger Lifts, 148
  • Marshall, Miss D., on Skin Friction of Flat Surfaces, 718*. See 517
  • Marson’s Kep-Operating Gear, 727*
  • Martel, Major G. de Q., on Mechanical Engi¬neering in Army, 132. See 147,270, 271,313
  • Martin, F. G., on High Elastic Limit Mild Steel, 510*. See 489
  • Martin, T., on Strength of Aluminium at High Temperatures, 345
  • Mason, Sir T., the Late, 584
  • Mass Spectroscope, Positive-Ray Analysis, 581, 770*
  • Massey, B. & S., Ltd., Tyre-Fixing Rolls, 232
  • Materials, Aircraft Construction, Properties and Treatment, 89*, 123
    • and Application to Engineering Design (Review), 215
    • Engineering, Chemical Resistance (Review), 185
    • Strength of. See Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • Mathematics, Calculus of Observations (Re¬view), 504. See LETTER, 558
    • Theory of Dimensions and Principle of Similarity, 326
  • Mather & Platt, Ltd., Centrifugal Pumps,
    • British Empire Exhibition, 689 ; Electro¬lytic Cell, Sodium-Hypochlorite Produc¬tion, 780*
  • Matter, Atomic Nucleus, Nature and Pro¬perties, 384, 458*
    • Atoms and Isotopes, 770*
    • Sizes of Atoms and Molecules, 770
    • Structure of Atom, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 581
  • Mavor, S., on Mechanical Coal Mining, 759
  • Maw, Dr. W. H., the Late, 371*
  • Mawdsley’s, Ltd., High-Speed Motor, 237
  • May Lecture, Institute of Metals, on Atoms and Isotopes, 770*
  • May bury, Sir H., on Access to Victoria Dock District, 584
  • McAlpine, Sir R., & Sons, Constructional Work, British Empire Exhibition, 225*, 263*, 291*
  • McCarthy-Jones, C. H., on Electricity in Oil Fields, 214
  • McDonnell, I. A., the Late, 346
  • McLare, Capt. J. P., on Rust Removal, 25*. See 464
  • Mc. See also Mac
  • Meares, J. W., Rainfall and Run-off Catchment Areas, 40*
  • Measuring Liquids, Water Meter Attachment for, 749*
    • Machine for Cloth, 550*
    • Machines, National Physical Laboratory,774*
    • Pump for Petrol, the Shell, 301 Meat, Cold Storage of, 68
  • Mechanical Engineering, Progress in Army, 132, 147. See LETTERS, 270, 313. See also 271 Treatise on (Review), 117
    • Engineers, American Society of, Economic Status of the Diesel Engine, by I,. H.
  • Morrison, 91*, 121* ; Modern Stamping Practice, by W. W. Galbreath and J. R. Winter, 124* ; Modern Subway Cars, by S. Haar, 127 ; Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, by O. P. Hood, 160 ; Possible Improvements in Central Station Steam Plants, bv E. L. Robinson, 189* ; Thick¬ness of Insulation in Refrigerator Cars, by A. J. Wood and P. X. Rice, 217*, 252*; Stress Distribution in Rotating Gear Pinions, by P. Heymans and A. L. Kimball, 254*.

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :— London Meetings, Winter Session :

  • Progress of Mechanical Engineering in the Military Service, by Major C. de Q. Martel, 132. See 147, 270, 271, 313
  • Repair and Upkeep of Pneumatic Tools, by R. W. Wilson, 219*. See 202, 277*, 313
  • Examination for Associate Membership, Economics of Engineering, 247. See 311
  • Joint Meeting with Chemical Engineering Group of Society of Chemical In¬dustry ; Discussion on the Treatment of Water for Industrial Purposes, 266, 286, 287
  • Annual Report, 277
  • Election of Officers, 277
  • Induction of New President, Mr. W. H. Patched 277
  • Presidential Address by W. IT. Patched, on the Development of Electric Power Stations, 412. See 403, 434, 464
  • Report on Standard Tests for Hydraulic Plant; Discussion, 439*
  • Relationship of Air Consumption to Brake Horse Power in Internal-combustion Engines, by Dr. H. Moss, 507*. See 502, 585, 649
  • Smeaton’s Model of Eddystone Lighthouse, by Lieut.-Col. E. Kitson Clarke, 504
  • Irrigation Pumping Machinery (Gezira Scheme), Sudan, by R. W. Allen, 654*, 685*. See 624, 636*
  • Steam Nozzles Research Committee, Third Report, 657, 673, 681*

Midland Branch :

  • Powdered Coal: Preparation and Utilisa¬tion, by R. Jackson, 381*, 415*

North Western Branch:

  • Engineers, Inventions and Patents, by E. C. R. Marks, 309
  • Mechanical Flight. See Aeronautics
    • Properties ol Fluids (Review), 276
    • Shovel. See Excavating Machine.
    • Traction on Roads. See Roads; Motor Cars; Tractors
    • Stoker. See Stoker
  • Meg Insulation Tester, Constant-Pressure, 11
  • Melbourne Electric Supply, Cable Laying, 23
  • Menai Suspension Bridge, Examination and Stress Measurements, 23
  • Merchant Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • Ships. See Ships ; Steamers
  • Mercury Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
    • Vapour Diffusion Pumps, High Vacua, 365*. See 648
    • Turbines, 14, 47, 88, 191*, 414
  • Merry weather & Sons, Ltd., Hydraulic Fire Ladder for Rangoon, 575*
  • Merz & McLellan, North Tees Power Station, 753*
  • Metallisation, Ltd., Metal-Spraying Process, 710
  • Metallography, Vickers’ Research Laboratory, British Empire Exhibition, 615
    • See also Metals ; Metallurgy ; Microphoto¬graphs
  • Metallurgical Department, National Physical Laboratory, Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 627*
    • Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 604*, 668, 730, 788. See 574, 627*
    • and Mining Congress, Empire, 739, 759. Sec 750*, 776, 780*, 797
    • and Mining Engineers, American Institute of. See Mining
    • Research, Government Laboratories, 762
    • Vickers* Laboratory, British Empire Exhibition, 615

Metallurgy :

  • Alloys, Aluminium, Casting Temperatures, 73
  • Fluxes in Melting, 583
  • Copper, Intermediate, Composition, 361
  • Marine Diesel Engine Pistons, 589. See 515
  • Properties and Treatment, 89*, 12-1, 742, 750*, 780*. See 629
    • Bearing Metal, Melting Furnaces and Die-Casting Plant, 202*
    • Coefficients of Expansion, Determina¬tion, 344, 352*
    • Copper-Aluminium, X-ray Investiga¬tions, 360
    • Cadmium, Constitution, 361
    • Tin, Equilibrium Diagram, 361
    • Zinc, Expanding on Solidification, 359
    • See also Brass ; Bronze ; Gunmetal.
  • Electro-Deposition of, 343
  • Heat and Corrosion Resisting, Use in Glass Industry, 588
  • Iron-Silicon, Determination’ of Silicon, 173*
  • Muntz Metal, Sea Water Corrosion, 625
  • Nickel-Copper (Monel Metal) Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 669
  • Copper and Nickel-Chromium, Properties and Uses, 588
  • Silver, Nature and Properties of Slags, 582
  • Solid Diffusion into, 749
  • Blast Furnaces. Sec Furnaces, Blast
  • Brass. See Brass
  • Brine Leaching Processes, Lead Extrac¬tion, 251, 319
  • Bronze. See Bronze Cast Iron. See Cast Iron Coke Ovens. See Co'ie Ovens Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion Electro-Metallurgy, Treatise (Review), 558
  • Equilibrium Diagram, Copper-Tin Alloys, 361
  • Fluxes and Slags in Metal Melting and Working, 582
  • Foundry. See Foundry ; Moulding
  • Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces
  • Metallurgical. See Furnaces
  • Gold-Bearing Quartz, Treatment, 760
  • Heat-Treatment, Aluminium Alloys, 780*. See 742, 750*
  • Annealing Bronze, Effect on Electro-Chemical Properties, 346
  • Annealing Strained Iron, Production of Large Crystals, 632*, 651*, 687*
  • Hardening Ends of Gauges, Electrical Process, 648
  • Hardening Silico-Manganese Steels, 663
  • Hardening Steel, Magnetic Indi¬cator, 713*
  • Hardening and Tempering Razor Blades, Electric Furnaces, 713*
  • Steels for Aircraft Construction, 89*. See 124
  • Iron Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast
  • Ore. See Ore
  • Sponge, Production of, 497
  • Leaching Processes, Brine, Lead Extrac¬tion, 251, 319
  • Lead, Hydrometallurgy of, 251, 319
  • Treatise on (Review), 152
  • Metals and Alloys, Interdiffusion, 749
  • Melting and Working, Slags and Fluxes in, 582
  • Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • Metallurgical Department, National Physi¬cal Laboratory, Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 627*
  • Education, University Rank, Great Britain, 761
  • Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 604*, 668, 730, 788. See 574, 627*
  • Metallurgy of Steel (Review), 711
  • Monel Metal, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 669
  • Nickel Ore, Deposits and Uses, 102
  • Physicists in Metallurgy, 212
  • Pulverised Coal, Use in Metallurgy. See
  • Pulverised Coal Pyrometers. See Pyrometers Refractories. See Refractory Materials; Firebricks
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • Slags and Fluxes in Metal Melting and Working, 582
  • Tar-Macadam, Manufacture from, Port Clarence Plant, 700*
  • Sponge Iron, Production of, 497
  • Steel, Analytical Standards, 432, 631
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Manufacture, Open-Hearth Practice, Waste Heat Recovery, 632
  • Metallurgy and Mechanical Treatment (Review), 711
  • Steel, Special, Developments in Metallurgy 741. See Erratum, 776
    • Works Practice, Development, 611, 616
    • Vanadium Ore Deposits, 609
    • Welding. See Welding Zinc Tailings, Lead Recovery, 251, 319
    • Zirconium, Occurrence and Uses, 576 See also Iron and Steel Institute; Metals, Institute of-, Metallography-, Micro- Photographs ; Foundry ; and PARA¬GRAPH INDEX
  • Metallurgy and Mining, Institution of. See Mining
  • Metals and Alloys, Interdiffusion, 749
    • Anti-Friction. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Coefficients of Expansion, Determination, 344, 352*
    • Conductivity, Effect of Torsion, 288
    • Corrosion of. See Corrosion
    • Crystal Structure, X-Ray Investigations, 183
    • Detection of Isotopes, 770*
    • Electro-Deposited, Hardness, 663
    • Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)

Metals, Institute of: Spring Meeting, London :

  • Report of Council, 344
  • Hon. Treasurer’s Report, 344
  • Presidential Address, Prof. T. Turner, 344
  • Reports of Discussions, 344, 359
  • Brittle Ranges in Brass as shown by the Izod Impact Test, by D. Bunting, 350*. See 344
  • Determination of the Thermal Co¬efficients of Expansion of Commercial Metals and Alloys, by Dr. J. N. Friend and R. H. Vallance, 352*. See 344
  • Investigation of a Fatigue Failure of Brass Tubes in a Feed-Water Heater, with a Consideration of the Nature of Fatigue, by W. E. W. Millington and Prof. F. C. Thompson, 353*. See 344
  • Tensile Properties of Aluminium at High Temperatures, by T. Martin, 345
  • Relation between the Tensile Strength and Electrical Resistivity of Commercially Pure Copper, by W. E. Alkins, 347* *
  • Effect of Cold Drawing and Annealing on Electro-Chemical Properties of a Low- Tin Bronze, by S. H. J. Wilson, 346
  • Copper-Zinc Alloys which Expand on Solidification, by K. Iokibe, 359
  • Relative Corrosion of Zinc and Lead in Solutions of Inorganic Salts, by Dr. J. N. Friend and J. J. Tidmus, 359
  • X-Ray Studies on Copper-Aluminium Alloys, by E. R. Jette, G. Phragmen, and A. F. Westgren, 360
  • Effect of Casting Temperature on the Properties of a Sand-Cast Zinc Bronze, by F. W. Rowe, 384*. See 361
  • Constitution of the Alloys of Copper and Cadmium, by C. II. M. Jenkins and Dr. D. Hanson, 361
  • Aluminium-Copper Alloys of Intermediate Composition, by D. Stockdale, 361
  • Equilibrium Diagram of the Copper-Tin System, by T. Isihara, 361
  • Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 574
  • Discussion on Fluxes and Slags in Metal
  • Melting and Working, 582 May Lecture on Atoms and Isotoijes, by Dr. F. W. Aston, 770 Sheffield Section:
  • Influence of Casting Temperatures on Alu¬minium Alloys, by F. H. Hurren, 73
  • Alloy Plating, by S. Field, 343
  • Plating of Aluminium, by Prof. C. H. Desch, 506
  • Metal Melting and Working, Fluxes and Slags in, 582
    • Non-Ferrous, Research Association, 762
    • Economics of Industry, 742
    • Resources of British Empire (Review), 706
    • Price Diagrams, 24*, 187*, 315*, 444*, 586*, 743*
    • Rare, Analysis of, 119
    • Spraying, Schoop Process, 710
    • Strip, Testing of, 664. See 823
    • Structure of. See Metallography ; Micro¬ photographs
    • Welding. See Welding
    • See also Metallography; Metallurgy; Micro¬ photographs
  • Meter, Air-Flow, Electrical-Heating Method, 502, 507*. See LETTERS 585, 649
  • Supply to Pneumatic Tools, 277*. See 202, 219*, 313
    • Gas Flow, Balance Manometer for, 143*
    • Water. See Water Meters
  • Methyl Chloride, Autofrigor Refrigerating
  • Machine, 104*. See Erratum, 141
    • Thermal Properties, Report, 613
  • Meteorological Instruments, Recording, Time
  • Marking System, 826

Meteorological Society, Royal :

  • Annual General Meeting, 120
  • Reflections on Various Subjects, including Meteorology and Sunspots, by Dr. C. Chree, 120
  • Lunar Atmospheric Tide at Mauritius and Tiflis, by Prof. S. Chapman, 270
  • Semi-diurnal Oscillation of the Atmosphere, by Prof. S. Chapman, 270
  • Relationship between Current and Wind, by C. S. Durst, 270
  • Atmospheric Electric Currents, Normal and Abnormal, and their Relation to the Growths of Plants, by Dr. V. D. Blackman, 400
  • Glaisher Stand versus Stevenson Screen, by I. D. Margary, 496
  • Lens for Whole Sky Photographs, bv R. Hill, 496
  • Report on the Phonological Observations of 1923, by J. E. Clark, I. D. Margary and R. Marshall, 702
  • Distribution of Rainfall over Uganda, with a Note on Kenya Colony, by C. E. P . Brooks, 702
  • Further Researches into the European Upper Air Data, with Special Refer¬ence to the Life History of Cyclones, by C. K. M. Douglas, 826
  • Effect of the Source of Air on Its Tem¬perature at 4,000 ft. and 10,000 ft., by Miss L. F. Lewis, 826
  • Simple Electrical Time-Marking System for Use with Self-Recording Meteoro¬logical Instruments, by L. H. G. Dines, 826
  • Meteorological Thermometry, Glaisher Stand and Stevenson Screen, Comparisons, 496
  • Meteorology, Atmospheric Tempciature Dis¬tribution, United States, 253*
    • Phonological Observations, Report, 702
    • Rainfall Distribution, Uganda and Kenya Colony, 702
    • Rainfall and Run off Catchment Areas. See Rainfall
    • and Sunspots, 120
  • Metroclinc Measuring Deflections of Structures 237*
  • Metrological Apparatus, British Empire Ex¬hibition, 582
  • Metrology Department, National Physical
  • Laboratory, Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 773*
  • Metropolitan Carriage, Wagon & Finance Co., Ltd., State Saloon for King of Egypt, 539* Metropolitan- Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., Electric Locomotive, South African Rail¬ways, 597*
  • Metropolitan Water Board, Water Main with Victaulic Joints, 205* ; Centrifugal Pump for Littleton Reservoir, 689*
    • See also London
  • Michell Thrust Block, SS. “ Empress of Australia,” 268*
  • Micrometer, Hot-Wire Type, 20*
    • Projection, Lewbeck, Measuring Fine Wires, 716*. See 20
  • Microphone Amplifier and Loud Speaker, Crystavox, 545*
    • Hot - Wire, Investigations of Acoustical Problems, 810
    • Western Electric Public Address System, 560*
  • Microphotographs, Aluminium Alloys, 750*, 782*
    • Brass and Steel, Action of Cutting Tools, 630*
    • Steel, Effect of Heat Treatment on Grain Size, 653*
    • Forms of Fracture, 630*, 631*
    • Oxy-Acetylene Cutting, 411*
  • Microscopes and Accessories, Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 20, 54
    • Corneal, Opthalmic Work, 270
    • Observing Interference Fringes, 288
    • Projection, Measuring Fine Wires, 20, 716*.
    • Travelling, for Measurements, 776
  • Microstructure of Metals. See Metallography ;
  • ‘’Microphotogra phs
  • Midget Flour Milling Machine, 725*
  • Midland Institute of Mining Engineers. See
  • ‘’Mining Engineers
  • Military Service, Mechanical Engineering in, 132,147. See LETTERS 270,313. See also 271
    • Water Supplies (Review), 755
  • Milling Machines. See Machine Tools
    • Plant, Flour, Australian, British Empire Exhibition, 725*
  • Millington, W. E. W., on Fatigue Failure of
  • Brass Tubes, 353*. See 344; on Deforma¬tion of Alpha and Gamma Iron, 631
  • Mills, J., the Late, 670
  • Mills, Grinding, Pulverised Coal, 382*, 415*
    • Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • Milnes, H.. Planing Machine, Model Work, 58
  • Mineral Oils. See Oils
    • Resources, British Empire, 739, 760
    • Committee, Monograph on Nickel Ores, 102
    • See also Cool; Mining; Ores; and PARA¬ GRAPH INDEX
  • Miners’ Safety Lamps Giving Gas Warning, 179, 716*
  • Mines, Carbon Monoxide Self-Rescue Appara¬tus, 496
    • Coal See Collieries
    • Lighting, Advantages of Alternating Cur¬rent, 180
    • Safety Lamps Giving Gas Warning, 179, 716*
    • Rescue Apparatus. See Colliery
    • Submarine. Vickers’, 801* ; Paravane for Defence, 802*
    • Sullivan, Discovery and Development, 760
    • Tub«, Electro-Pneumatic Decking Plant, 756*
    • United States Bureau of. See United States
    • Ventilation, Theory and Practice (Review), 615
    • Winding. See Winding
    • See also Coal; Collieries; Mining ; Ores ;
  • Winding; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Mining, Coal, Use of Machinery, 759
    • Engineers, Institution of, Prof. W. M. Thornton on Safety Lamps Giving Warning of Gas, 716*
    • Engineers, Midland Institute of, Dr. Lander on Work of Fuel Research Board, 407
    • Industry, Australian, British Empire Ex¬hibition, 724*
    • Coal, Economics, 740
  • Metalliferous, Economics, 740
    • and Metallurgical Engineers, American Institute of, Hvdrometallurgy of Lead, by O. C. Ralston, 251, 319
    • Congress, Empire, 739, 759. See 750*, 776, 780*, 797
    • and Metallurgy, Institution of, Dinner, 473
    • Tin, in Malaya, 760
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Minnetonka,” Atlantic Transport Liner, 576
  • Mirrors, Coppered-Glass, Preparation, 670
    • Thin Celluloid, Hilger’s, 20
  • Mitchell Conveyor and Transporter Co.. Ltd., Coal-Handiing Plant, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 490
  • Mitton, H. E., on Coal Preparation, 759
  • Mixing and Drying Plant, Tar-Macadam. See Tar-Macadam
  • Machines, Concrete. See Concrete Fordath, Foundry Work, 825
  • Model, Eddystone Lighthouse, Smeaton’s, 504
    • Engineer Exhibition, 56. See 58*
    • Experiments, Air and Water, Comparisons, 823
    • Discharge through Sluices, Assuan Dam, 281
    • Marine Propellers, 842*, 844*. See 832
    • and Principle of Dvnamical Similarity, 325*, 357*, 391*, 422*
    • Unbalanced Rudders, Twin-Screw Ships, 243
    • See also Aeronautics; Ship Models ; Ship Resistance
    • for Stress Determination. See Optical Moffat Tunnel, Colorado, 473
  • Molecular Structure and Specific Heat of Gases, 580
    • Vacuum Pump, Holweek, 55*
  • Molecules and Atoms, Sizes of. 770
  • Mollifler, Wheat, Invincible, 725*
  • Monel Metal, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 669
  • Monometer Manufacturing Co. (1918), Ltd., White Metal Furnaces and Die Casting Plant, 202*
  • Moon, Effect on Atmospheric Pressure, 270
  • Moorings, 60,000-Ton Floating Dock, South¬ampton, 790*. See 206
  • Morrison, L. H., on the Economic Status of tlie Diesel Engine, 91*, 121*
  • Mortising Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Morton, D. H., the Late, 304
  • Morwell Power Scheme, Cable Laying 23
  • Mosaic Floors, Polishing Machine, 574*
  • Moss, Dr. H., on Air Consumption and Power of Petrol Engines, 507*. See 502, 585, 649
  • Motor Boats, High-Speed Forms and Curva¬ture of Buttocks, 3*
    • Cars, Braking Systems, Four-Wheel, 438
    • Controls, Ball Joints, Standardisation, 435
    • Conference, Empire, 830
    • Design for Overseas Markets, 830
    • Electric Cables, Specification, 492
    • Engineers. See Automobile Engineers
    • Engines. See Engines, Petrol
    • Fuels. See Motor Fuels
    • Manufacture, Use of Pressed Steel, 124*
    • Military. See Motor Transport
    • See also Motor Cycles and PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • Cycle, Fire Engine, Chemical Extinguisher, 645, 687*
    • Parts, Standard Nomenclature, 608
    • Electric, Armature Balancing Machine, 154
    • Breakdowns, of Statistics, 520
    • Control Gear, Locomotive for Japan, 98*
    • High-Speed, Vertical Shaft, 237*
    • Induction, Control of Speed and Power Factor (Review), 783
    • Induction 420-H.P., Mine Winding (Vickers, Ltd.), 633*
    • 500-H.P. Three-Phase Induction, Col¬liery Winding Plant, 793*. See 677
    • Locomotive South African Railways, 599*
    • Oil Well Drilling and Pumping, 214
    • Repair Work, Acton Car Shops, 202*
    • Traction, Performance. Specification 62
    • Traction, Stresses in Pinions, Optical Investigation, 254*
    • Three-Phase, Variable Speed (British
    • Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 658*
    • Fire Ladder for Rangoon, 575*
    • Fuel, Alcohol, Use in France, 676
    • Inspection Cars, Railway, 667*
    • Internal-Combustion See Aeronautics; Engines; Motor. Cars; Motor Boats ; Tractors
    • Launches. See Motor Boats
    • Lorries. See Motor Wagons
  • Manufacturers and Traders, Society of, Empire Automobile Conference, 830
  • Marine. See Engines; Marine Propul¬sion ; Motor Ships
    • Omnibuses and London Traffic, 406
    • Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
    • Petrol. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol; Motor Boats ; Motor Cars : Tractors
    • Ships, Air Compressor for. 541*
    • “ Conde de Cherruca,” Service Results, 57. See LETTER, 397
    • Diesel Engines, Comparison of Two-Stroke and Four-Stroke Cycles, 84
    • “ Doliu3,” Scott-Still Engines, Trials, 459
    • 8Economy, of, 84
    • Passenger, Intermediate Type, Design, 834, 839*
    • Passenger Liner “ Aorangi,” Trials of Diesel Engines, 376 ; Launch, 801
    • “ Sevilla,” Diesel Engine, Valve Gear, 532*
    • “ Swanley,” Trials of Diesel Engines, 502 See also Marine Propulsion
    • Sleighs, Ice and Snow Transport, 318*. See 242, 282, 347*
    • Spirit. See Motor Fuel
    • Tanker “ British Aviator,” Launch, 680
    • Tractors. See Tractors
    • Transport, Comparison with Horse Trans¬port, 405
    • and Cost of Road Maintenance, 729
    • and Rail Transport, Comparisons,234
    • Use in Army, 133, 147, 270, 271, 313
    • Tug, Hotchkiss Hydraulic Propulsion, 13*
    • Vehicles, Comparisons with Horse-Drawn Vehicles, 405
    • Kegresse, for Desert Transport, 347*
    • Renault Multi-Wheel, for Desert Trans¬ port, 349*
    • for Rough and Roadless Country, 242, 282*, 317*, 347*. See Erratum, 368
    • for Transport over Snow, 242, 318*, 347*.
  • See 282
    • Wagon, German, With Sliding Feet, 285*
    • H. I. C. Trailer for, 186*
    • Paves! Articulated, 318*
    • Steam, Injector for, 588*
    • Suction Gas Producers for, Parker, 711
    • See also Tractors
  • Mouchel, L. G., & Partners, Ltd., Ferro- Concrete Work, Warehouse Construction, Use of Ciment Fondu, 144
  • Moulding Boxes, Sand Filling Machine for, 804, 825*
  • Machines, Osborn Roll-Over Type, 825
    • Tabor Combination, 824*
    • Wood. See Machine Tools
    • Sand. Fordath Bowl Mixer, 825
    • See also Foundry
  • Moullin Torsion Meter, 648, 764*
  • Mount Wilson Observatory, Work of, 674
  • Milliard Radio Valve Co., Holweek Vacuum Pump, 55*
  • Muller X-Ray Spectrograph, 46*
  • Mullins, G. W., on Economics of Metal In¬dustries, 742
  • Multiple-Saw Bench for Laths, 475
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers
  • Mumford, A. G., Ltd., Pumping Machinery, British Empire Exhibition, 692
  • Municipal and County Engineers, Institution of, Visit to Free Trade Wharf Company’s Warehouse, Ratcliff, 144
    • Electricity Supply, Powers of Electricity Commissioners, 502
    • Tramways. See Tramways
  • Munitions Production during the War, 132, 147. See 270, 271, 313
  • Munro, Capt. D. J., on Floating Docks as Naval Bases, 837*. See 832
  • Munro, L. A., on Silicate of Soda and Concrete, 557
  • Muntz Metal, Corrosion by Sea Water, 625
  • Musgrave, J., & Sons, Condensing Plant, Turbo-Generator, British Empire Exhibi¬tion Power Station, 425*

N

  • NATIONAL Association of Supervising Elec¬tricians. See Supervising Electricians
    • Confederation of Employers’ Organisa¬tions, Report on Unemployment 182
    • Gas Engine Co., Ltd., Gas and Oil Engines, British Empire Exhibition, 532 ; Pressure Indicators for Gas Mains, 710*
    • Physical Laboratory: Tests of Worm Gearing, 132; Froude National Tank, Model Experiments, Unbalanced Rudders, Twin Screw Ships, 243; British Empire Exhibition, Exhibit of Metallurgical Department, 627* ; Exhibit of Engineer¬ing Department, 692*. See Erratum, 730 ; Exhibit of Metrology Department, 773* ; Hardening Gauge Ends, Electrical Pro¬cess, 648; Measurement of Illumination in Rooms, 648; Investigations of Light Alloys, 742, 750*, 780* see 629 ; Report on Work, 823
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics

Naval Architects, Institution of : Spring Meeting, London :

  • Programme, 407 Annual Report, 471
  • Recognition of Dutch Naval Architects, 471
  • W6rk of Joint Committees, 471
  • Annual Dinner, 473
  • Presidential Address by the Duke of Northumberland, 471
  • Reports of Discussions, 471, 486, 515
  • Strategical and Tactical Considerations Governing Warship Design, by Admiral Sir D. Sturdee, 475. See 472
  • Future of Sea Transport, by A. Hurd, 486
  • Development of the Airship with Special
  • Reference to Transport, by Com¬mander C. D. Burney, 487
  • Sea-Borne Coastal Trade, by Sir A. Read, 487
  • Results of Some Rolling Experiments on Ship Models, by M. P. Payne, 745*, 777*. See 488
  • Drift of Ships Caused by Rolling Among Waves, by Prof. K. Suyehiro, 488
  • Application of Steam Turbines to Auxiliary Machinery, by R. W. Allen, 477*. See 489
  • High Elastic Limit Mild Steel and its General Application, by G. W. Barr, F. G. Martin and A. T. Wall, 510*. See 489
  • Further Experimental Work on Diesel Engines, by Engineer-Commander R. Beeman, 559, 589*, 624*. See 515
  • Vibration of Ships, by H. W. Nicholls, 515
  • Torsion of Ships, by G. Vedeler, 516
  • Effect of Wind and Waves on the Pro¬pulsion of Ships by J. L. Kent, 516
  • Effect of Length on the Skin Friction of Flat Surfaces by Dr. T. E. Stanton and Miss D. Marshall, 718*. See 517
  • Skin Friction Resistance and the Law of Comparison, by A. Shigemitsu, 517
  • Analysis of Ship Resistance, by J. Tutin, 517
  • Joint Summer Meeting with Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, and North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
  • Opening Address by the Duke of North¬umberland, 832
  • Reports of Discussions, 832
  • Ship Design, by Sir J. Biles, 832, 841*.
  • Advanced Naval Bases, by S. F. Staples and Capt. D. J. Munro, 832, 837
  • Steering of Ships in Shallow Waters and Canals, by G. S. Baker, 833
  • Passenger Ship Design from an Indepen¬dent Point of View, by J. Anderson and R. Steele, 839*. See 834.
  • Naval Architecture, High Speed Forms and Curvature of Buttocks, 3*
    • Ship Design, Scientific Aspects, 832, 841*
    • Water-Tight Subdivision. See Water-Tight
    • See also Warships
    • Bases, Floating Docks as, 832, 837*
    • San Francisco Bay, Report, 341
  • Naval Construction Programme, French, 211, 393. See 613
    • Recent Developments, 115. See 709
    • and Unemployment, 116
    • Warship Design, Strategical and Tactical Considerations, 472, 475
    • See also Warships
    • Establishments, French, Reorganisation, 613. See 211, 393
    • Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 675*, 801*
    • Guns. See Guns
    • Warfare. See Warships
    • See also Warships
  • Navigation, Charts, Admiralty Hydrographical Department, 676
    • Inland, British Canals, Suggested Resusci¬tation, 56
    • Leader Cable Gear, 299
    • Lights, Ships’, Regulations, 312
    • Magnetic Compass, Work of Lord Kelvin, 800
    • Submarine Sound Ranging, 299*
    • Sounding by Echo Method, 299*
    • Wireless Telegraphy in. See Telegraphy, Wireless
  • Navvy, Steam. See Excavating Machine
  • Navy, British. See II. M. under Warships
    • Estimates, 1924-25, 375
    • French, Torpedo Boat “ Enseigne Gabolde,” 483*, 571*
    • United States. See United States under Warships
    • See also Naval; Warships; and PARA¬GRAPH INDEX
  • Necol Plastic Wood, Pattern Making, 825
  • Neon Lamps. See Lamps under Electric
  • Netherlands, Pumping Plant for Land Drain¬age, 446*
  • Netherton Iron, Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 668
  • Never Stop Railway, British Empire Ex¬hibition, 225
  • New Pelapone Engine Co., Ltd., Petrol and Oil Engines and Electric Generators, 534
    • York Subway, Steel Carriages, 127
    • Zealand, British Trade with. 262
    • Pavilion, British Empire Exhibition, 527*
  • Newall’s Insulation Co., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 710
  • Newcastle-on-Tyne Electric Supply Company, Ltd., North Tees Power Station, 753
  • Newfoundland Pavilion, British Empire Exhi¬bition, 528*
  • Newton Brothers (Derby), Ltd., Electric Drive for Planing Machines, Results, 120*
  • Nicholls, H. W., on Vibration of Ships, 515
  • Nickel, Electro-Deposited, Hardness, 663
    • Ore Deposits and Uses, 102
    • Silver Industry, Economics, 742
    • Steel, Strength at High Temperatures, 69*. See LETTER, 154
  • Nigerian State Railways, Air Compressors for, 398*, 432
  • Nile, River, Assuan Dam, Discharge through Sluices, 281
  • Niven, T. O., the Late, 680
  • Nolan, T. R., on Slips and Washouts, Assam- Bengal Railway, 141
  • Nomenclature, Standard, Cycle and Motor Cycle Parts, 608
  • Non-Conducting Coverings. See Heat Insula¬tion
    • Ferrous Metals. See Metals ; Metallurgy
  • Norbury, A. L., on Brinell-Tensile Relation¬ship, 662
  • Normand, A., Chantiers et Ateliers, Torpedo Boat “ Enseigne Gabolde,” 483*, 571*
  • North, J. D.. on Materials for Aircraft, 123
  • North British Diesel Engine Works, Ltd.,
  • Trials of Diesel Engines for M.S. “ Swan¬ley,” 502
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders : W. J. Still on the Still Engine, 247 ; Joint Summer Meeting with Institution of Naval Architects. See Naval Architects
  • North-Eastern Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., Diesel Engine, M.S. “ Sevilla,” Valve Gear, 532* ; Double-Acting Marine Diesel Engine, 707*, 771
  • North-Eastern Power Companies, North Tees Power Station, 753*
  • Notes from, 15, 49, 79, 111, 145, 177, 207, 239, 271, 305, 337, 369. 401, 435, 465. 521, 577, 609, 641, 671, 703, 735, 767, 797, 827. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • Tees Power Station, 753*
  • Northwest Engineering Co., Trench Pull- shovel Machine, 519*
  • Northwood, J., on the Portland Vase, 496
  • Northumberland, Duke of, Presidential Address to Institution of Naval Architects, 471. See 832
  • Norton Harty Engineering Co., Ltd., Pit Head Gear, British Empire Exhibition Colliery 679*, 726*
  • Notched Bar Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Notes on New Books. See Books and LITERA¬TURE INDEX
    • See Cleveland; North ; South-West; South Yorkshire; Industrial. See also PARA¬GRAPH INDEX
  • Nozzles, Fuel-Spraying, Diesel Engines, Admir¬alty Experiments, 590*, 625*
    • Steam, Research Committee, Third Report, 657, 673, 681*
  • Nucleus of Atom, Nature and Properties, 384, 458*

O

‘’’Obituary :

  • Borel, Dr. F., 369
  • Brooke, J. W., 152
  • Brown, C. E. L., 640
  • Cook, W. H., 670
  • Copland, J. P., 677
  • Deane, H., 409
  • Dietler, Dr. Ing. IT., 271
  • Dobson, J. M., 312
  • Dovie, A., 206
  • Eiffel, A. G., 19*
  • Elsden, F. V., 301
  • Froude, Dr. R. E., 406
  • Hobson, A. J., 105
  • Homan, H., 702
  • Humphreys, Sir H., 712
  • Ingham, W., 577
  • Jegher, A., 517
  • Jude, Dr. R., H., 767
  • Kincaid, C. S., 119
  • Longbottom, Prof., J. G., 796
  • Macaulay, A. W., 48
  • Mason, Sir T., 584
  • Maw, Dr. W. H., 371*
  • McDonnell, I. A., 346
  • Mills, J., 670
  • Morton, D. H., 304
  • Niven, T. O., 680
  • Peskett, L., 335
  • Phillips, A. F., 473
  • Pirrie, Lord, 771*
  • Quincke, Prof. G. H., 185
  • Rathbone, E. P., 796
  • Rennoldson, C., 305
  • Robson, O. C., 304
  • Ropner, Sir R., 280
  • Rounth waite, H. M., 335
  • Schmidt, Dr. Ing. W., 400
  • Scott-Moncrieff, Major-Gen. Sir G. K., 773
  • Smith, H., 521
  • Spencer, S., 671
  • Sterne, L., 739*
  • Stockman, B., 10
  • Thomson, Capt. H. L.t 366
  • Utting, Major S., 640
  • Waddell, J., 335
  • Wallis, R., 145
  • Walmsley, Dr. R. M., 804
  • T Waring, F. J., 177
  • Wilson, A. H., 300
  • O’Brien, Lieut.-Col. H. E., on Railway Electri¬fication, 448*, 479, See 438
  • Observatory, Mount Wilson, Work of, 674
  • O’Callaghan, J. P., on Water Purification, 286. See 267
  • Ocean Currents and Wind, Relationship, 270
  • Oerlikon TyTe Heating Furnace, 230*
  • Office Buildings, Lift Equipment, 148
  • Oil,(Crude, Burmah and Assam, 470
  • of Sarawak and Persia, 56
    • Engines. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats; Tractors
    • Fuel, Centrifugal Separation of Ash, 312
    • Installations, Passenger Steamers, Board of Trade Rules, 213
    • Pumps for (A. G. Mumford, Ltd.) 692
    • Industry, Economics, 740
    • Engineers’ Work in, 343
  • Lubricating, Consumption, Marine Diesel Engines, 624
  • Measuring Fixed Quantities, Meter Attach¬ment, 749*
  • Measures and Geology, South West Persia, 647
  • Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars;Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • Petroleum, Geology of, 741
  • Production, Engineering Features, 741. See Erratum, 797
  • Prospecting, Analysis of Gases in Under¬ground Water, 78
  • Pump, Turbine-Driven, for Turbo-Genera¬tor, 134*
  • Resources of Australia, 150
    • of British Empire, 150, 739, 760
    • Shale Fields of Somerset, 714. See Erratum, 836
    • Refining, 760
    • Spraying, Gas Mains, Aerograph, 711
    • Switches. See Switchgear
    • Tankers, Development, 760
    • “ British Aviator,” Launch, 680
    • Tractors. See Tractors
    • Transport and Storage, 760, 761
    • Viscosity Tests, High Temperatures and Pressures, 693*
    • Wells, Electric Power for Drilling and Pumping, 214
    • Methods of Drilling, Evolution, 741
    • Paraffin Deposits in, 119
    • World-Struggle for (Review), 215
    • See also Lubrication ; Petroleum Omnibus, Motor. See Motor Omnibus
  • O’Neill, H., on Density of Crystals of Alpha Iron, 631
  • Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace Oppau Chemical Works Explosion, Cause, 501 Optical Apparatus, British Industries Fair, 583;
  • Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 20*, 54*, 140*. See Erratum, 48
  • Gauge, Cylindrical Bodies, Hilger’s, 10*
  • Glass. See Glass
  • Instruments, Addition of Aberrations, 270
  • Investigation, Stresses in Pinions, 254*
  • Projection Comparator, Wilson, for Screw Threads, 606*
  • Micrometer, Measuring Fine Wires, 716*. See 20
  • Opaque Objects, 699
  • Pyrometers. See Pyrometers
  • Society : Exhibition of Scientific Apparatus, 20*, 54*, 140*, T43*. See Erratum, 48 ; Relation between Aperture, Axial Thick¬ness, and Form for a Single Lens, by T. Smith, 78 ; Determination of Aberra¬tions as Expressed in Geometrical Optics from the Indications of the Hilger Inter¬ferometer, by J. W. Perry, 78 ; Addition of Aberrations, by T. Smith, 270 ; Choice of Wave Lengths for Achromatism in Telescopes, by Lieut.-Col. J. W. Gifford, 270; New Form of Corneal Microscope with Combined Slip Lamp Illuminating Device, by E. F. Fincham, 270 ; Trough- ton Dividing Engine, by D. Baxandall, 270; Study of the Significance of the Foucault Knife-Edge Test when Applied to Refracting Systems, by Miss H. G. Conrady, 400 ; A Reflecting Spherometer, by B. K. Johnson, 400 ; Measurement of Chromatic Aberration on the Hilger Lens Testing Interferometer, by R. Kingslake and Dr. L. C. Martin, 400; Note on a Convenient Bench for Testing Object Glasses, by Dr. L. C. Martin, 400 ; Feasi¬bility of Cinema Projection from a Con¬tinuously Moving Film, by H. D. Taylor, 576 ; A New Perfectly Anallatic Internal- Focussing Telescope, by E. W. Taylor, 576; Preparation of Coppered-Glass Mirrors, by E. A. H. French, 670 ; Taylor- Hobson F/2 Anastigmat, by H. W. Lee, 670; Reference System for Primary Aberrations, by T. Smith, 670; Wide- Angle Ortho-Stereoscopy : Its Optical, Practical and Psychological Advantages, by Col. L. E. W. van Albada, 826; Binocular Vision and the Stereoscopic Sense, by R. J. Trump, 826.
  • Optical Study, Diffusion in Liquids, 698
  • Optics, Bench for Testing Object Glasses, 400
    • Elementary, Diametral Plane in, 698
    • Foucault Knife-Edge Test for Lenses, 400
    • Interference Fringes, Microscope for Ob¬serving, 288
    • Lens Testing, Determination of Aberrations by Hilger Interferometer, 78, 400
    • Reference System for Primary Aberrations, 670
    • Single Lenses, Aperture, Thickness and Form, 78
    • Spherometer, Reflecting Type, 400
    • Stereoscopic Sense and Binocular Vision, 826
    • Stereoscopy, Wide Angle, Advantages, 826
    • Telescope, Internal-Focussing, Surveying Instruments, 576
  • Ordnance. See Explosives ; Guns; Warships
  • Ore-Carrying Steamers, Strength of, 311
    • Crusher, Vickers’ Gyratory, 606*
    • Grading, Kinetic Elutriation Process, 442
    • Iron, Beneflciation of, 567
    • Koursk Deposit, Russia, 152
    • Resources of British Empire, 740
    • Lead, Brine Leaching Processes, 251, 319
    • Nickel, Deposits and Uses, 102
    • Vanadium Deposits, 609
  • Organic Chemistry. See Chemistry
    • Substances, Crystalline Structure, 211*, 244*, 274*, 310*
  • Orifices, Discharge through, Principle of Similarity, 327
    • Plate, Measurement of Air Flow, 227*, 314*, See 502
  • Osborn Moulding Machines, 825
  • Oscillations, Transverse, of Girders. Live Load and Impact Allowances, 378
  • Oscillograph. See Electric
  • Osglim Lamps, Properties, 481
  • Ovens, Coke. See Coke Ovens
  • Overhead Cranes. See Cranes
    • Power Transmission Line, Gorseinon, South Wales, 260*. See 295*
    • Transmission Lines, Regulations, 52
    • Transmission Lines, Tasmanian Water Power Scheme, 694*
  • Overseas Trade Department: Report on Economic Position of South Africa, 52 ;
  • Report on Australian Economic and Commercial Situation, 150; Report on Trade of New Zealand, 262; Report on Economic and Financial Conditions in Belgium, 438; Report on Italian Com¬mercial, Industrial and Economic Situa¬tion, 501; Report on British Trade Repre¬sentation in Western Canada, 810
  • Overwind Preventer, Colliery Winding Engines, Whitmore’s, 678*
  • Owen, W. H., on Boiler Trials with Preheated Air, 210
  • Oxford, Early Science in (Review), 22
    • Spraying Machine for Roads, 804
  • Oxy-Acetylene Cutting Machine, Oxytome, 411*
    • Welding. See Welding
  • Oxygen Breathing Apparatus for Aviators, 506*
    • Apparatus, Mine Rescue Work: Report, 307 ; Training in Use, United States, 393 ; Proto Apparatus, 807*
    • Generation, Materials for, 711
    • Liquid, Cartridges for Blasting, 711. See Erratum, 735
    • Use in Blast Furnaces, 497
  • Oxytome Cutting Machine, 411*

P

  • PADIHAM, New Electric Power Station, 709
  • Paints and Varnishes, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 646, 710
  • Palace of Engineering, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, Construction, 263*. See 228*, 291*
    • of Industry, British Empire Exhibition, Construction, 291*. See 228*, 263
  • Palestine, Water Supply, Military, 133
  • Palmer-Camellaird-Fullagar Oil Engine, Trials, 409
  • Palmers’ Dock and Ship Repair Works, Swan¬sea, 602*, 637*
  • Palmers Shipbuilding and Iron Co., Ltd., Filtrator BoiJer-Scale Prevention Process,
  • 623*; Launch of M.S. “British Aviator,” 680
  • Paper Pulp, Centrifugal Pump for, 691
  • Paraffin Deposits in Oil Wells, 119
    • Engines. See Engines, Oil
    • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Paravane, Submarine Mine Defence, 802
  • Paris, Prof. A., on Aluminous Cement, 567
  • “ Paritutu,” Bucket and Suction Dredger, 546
  • Parker Gas-Producers, Motor Wagons, 711
  • Parsons, C. A., & Co., Ltd., Shanghai Turbine Failure, 18, 645; 12,000 KW. Turbo-
  • Generator, Colenso Power Station, 721* Parsons Motor Co., Ltd., Air-Compressing and Pumping Sets, 432*
  • Parsons, Sir C. A., on Physics and Engineering, 705
  • Parsons Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine Propulsion
  • Passenger Lifts, Electric, Office Buildings, 148
    • Steamers. See Steamers
  • Patchell, W. H., on Power Stations, 412. See 403, 434, 464
  • Patents, Inventions by Employees, 309
  • Patents, Record, 33*, 63*, 95*, 129*, 161*, 224*,
  • 256*. 289*, 321*, 386*, 419*, 482*. 513*, 562*, 593*, 720*, 752*, 812*. See PATENT RECORD INDEX
  • Paterson Engineering Co., Ltd., Chloronome Sterilising Apparatus, 142*. See 266
  • Pattern Making, Nccol Plastic Wood, 825
  • Pavesi Articulated Tractor and Lorry, 317*.
  • See Erratum, 368 Payment of Labour. See Labour
  • Payne, M. P., Rolling Experiments on Ship Models, 745*, 777*. See 488
  • Pearce, J. G., on British Cast Iron Research Association, 761
  • Pearce, S. L., on Barton Power Station, 511
  • Peebles Sand Washer, Filter Beds, 784*
  • Pelton Wheel Drive, Centrifugal Drying Machines, 818*
    • Standard Tests, Report, 439*
    • 30,000-H.P. Twin, Behira Power Plant, 542*
    • Waddamana Power Plant, Tasmania,595*
  • Pendulum Dynamometer, Force Measurement, Testing Machines, 148
    • Mills, Pulverisation of Coal, 383*
    • Simple, Sir G. Greenhills Form, 648
  • Penner River, India, Rainfall and Flow, 194
  • Permanent Magnets. See Magnets
  • Permanite Magnet Steel, Magnetic Tests, 295*. See LETTER 368
  • Permutit Process,Water Softening, 267,286,626
  • Persia, South West, Geology and Oil Measures, 647
    • Crude Oils, Properties, 56
  • Peskett, L., the Late, 335
  • Petrol, Cork-Packed Plug Cock, 303*
    • Motors. See Aeronautics; Engines, Petrol; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors
    • Pump, Shell Kerbside, 301*
    • Storage Tanks, Evaporation Losses, 82
    • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Petroleum, Crude, Burmah and Assam, 470 ;
  • Sarawak and Persia, 56
    • Geology of, 741
    • Industry, Economics, 740
    • Engineers’ Work in, 343
  • Production, Engineering Features, 741. See Erratum, 797
  • Prospecting, Analysis of Gases in Under¬ground Water, 78
    • Resources of British Empire, 739, 760
    • Technologists, Institution of: J. Kewley on Crude Oil of Sarawak, 56; Dr. A. E. Dunstan on Crude Oil of Maidan-i-Naftun, 56 ; C. H. McCarthy-Jones on Electricity in Oil Fields, 214 ; Presidential Address by H. Barringer on the Engineer and the Petroleum Industry, 313 ; Annual Dinner, 377; W. J. Wilson on Crude Oils of Burmah and Assam, 470 ; K. R. Richard¬son on Geology and Oil Measures of South West Persia, 647 ; (Students’ Section, Birmingham Branch), Dr. W. F. Leslie on Somerset Oil-Shale, 714. See Erratum 836
    • Transport and Storage, 760, 761
    • Wells, Electric Power for Drilling and Pumping, 214
    • Paraffin Deposits in, 119
    • World-Struggle for (Review), 215
    • See also Oil; Paraffin ; Engines, Oil
  • Pharmaceutical Preparations, British Empire Exhibition, 647
  • Phenological Observations, 1923, Report, 702
  • Phillips, A. F., the Late, 473
  • Philosophical Society, Greenock. See Greenock
  • Phosphorus, the Glow of, 804
  • Photo-Electric Effect, Neon Lamps, 481
  • Photographic Lens, Dallmeyer High-Speed, 20.
    • See Erratum, 48
    • Taylor-Hobson, Large Aperture Anastigmat, 670
    • Wide-Angle, for Sky Photography, 496
  • Photography, Progress in, 614
  • Photometer, Cube, for Mean-Spherical Candle Power, 543*
    • Spectro, Bellingham-Stanley, 140
  • Photometry, Measurement of Illumination in Rooms, 648
  • Photomicrographs. See Microphotographs
  • Phragmen, G., on X-Ray Studies, Copper-Aluminium Alloys, 360
  • Physical Apparatus, Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 20*, 54*, 140*, 143*. See Erratum. 48
    • Chemistry. See Chemistry
    • Instruments, Early History (Review), 22
    • Laboratory. See National Physical
  • Science Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 580

‘’’Physical Society :

  • Exhibition of Scientific Apparatus, 20*, 54*, 140*, 143*. See Erratum, 48
  • Aeolian Tones, by E. G. Richardson, 288
  • Effect of Torsion on the Thermal and Electrical Conductivities, Metals, 288
  • Microscope for Observation of Interference Fringes, Demonstration by C. W. Hawksley, 288
  • Jubilee Celebrations, 364, 408 Generalisation of Whitehead’s Theory of Relativity, by G. Temple, 384
  • Structure of the Atomic Nucleus and the Mechanism of its Disintegration, by Dr. II. Pettersson, 384
  • Effect of a Magnetic Field on the Surface Tension of a Liquid of High Suscepti¬bility, by Miss W. L. Rolton and R. S. Troop, 385
  • New Photo-Electric and Ionisation Effect, by U. A. Oschwald and A. G. Tarrant, 481
  • Certain Properties of the Osglim Neon- Filled Lamp, by J. H. Shaxby and E. J. Evans, 481
  • Notes on Some Electrical Properties of the Neon Lamp, by U. A. Oschwald and A. G. Tarrant, 481
  • Critical Resistance for Flashing of the Low-Voltage Neon Discharge Tube, by J. Taylor and W. Clarkson, 482
  • Diametral Plane in Elementary Optics, by Dr. C. H. Lees, 698
  • Apparatus for Determination of Latent Heats of Liquids of High Boiling Points, by J. H. Awbery and Dr. E. Griffiths, 698
  • Study of Diffusion in Liquids by an Optical Method, by Dr. B. W. Clack, 698
  • Method of Optical Projection of Opaque Objects, by W. A. Benton, 699
  • Magnetism of Annealed Carbon Steels, by Prof. S. W. J. Smith, A. A. Dee and W. V. Mayneard, 811
  • Some Thermo-Magnetic Properties of Nearly Pure Iron, by W. V. Mayneard and A. A. Dee, 812
  • Physicists in Metallurgy, 212
  • Physics, Atomic Nucleus, Nature and Properties 384, 458*
    • Atoms and Isotopes, 770*
    • Crystalline Structure of Organic Substances, 211*, 244*, 274*, 310*
    • and Engineering, 643, 705. See 212
    • Glow of Phosphorus, 804
    • Institute of: Prof. C. H. Desch on the Physicist in Metallurgy, 212 ; Presidential Address by Sir C. A. Parsons, on Physics and Engineering, 705
    • Light, Undulatory and Corpuscular Theories, 204
    • Sizes of Atoms and Molecules, 770
    • Specific Heat of Gases and Molecular Structure, 580
    • Whitehead’s Theory of Relativity, 384
    • Work of Sir J. Dewar, 116
    • of Lord Kelvin, 799
    • See also Physical Society and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Physiological Effects, Air Temperature and Humidity, 427
  • Pickles, Dr. S. S., on Consistency of Rubber, 57
  • Piecework. See Labour
  • Pig Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Pile Driving, Damage to Adjacent Buildings, 163. See Erratum, 213
    • Battery, High Tension, Major Phillips’, 801
  • Piling, Ferro-Concrete, Warehouse Founda¬tions, Use of Ciment Fondu, 144
  • Pinions. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Pro¬pulsion
  • Pipes, Air Flow in, Measurement by Plate Orifices, 277*, 314*. See 440*, 502
    • Cast Iron, British Empire Exhibition, 789
    • Fluid Flow, Principle of Similarity, 327*
    • Gas and Water, Tapping under Pressure, 783*
    • Heating Machine, Electric, Acton Car Repair Shops, 200*
    • Joints, Flexible, Victaulic System, 205*
    • Line, Bombay Water Supply, 315
    • Design of Surge Tanks, 392*
    • Military Water Supply, Palestine, 133
    • Steel and Wood Stave, Tasmanian Water-Power Scheme, 569*
    • Screwing Machine, Rapid, 77*
    • Steel, British Empire Exhibition, 605, 668, 788
    • Reinforced with Rings, Stresses, 87 (See Erratum, 173), 154, 434
    • Water, Cleaning Apparatus, Water-Pro¬pelled, 587*
    • Cole Recording Pitometer for, 785
    • Flow in, Measurement by Salt, 439, 441 ;
  • Measurement by Plate Orifice, 440* See 277*, 314*,‘502
    • See also Tubes
  • Pirani Gauge for High Vacua, 387
  • Pirrie, Lord, the late, 771*
  • Pistons, Aluminium-Alloy, Marine Diesel Engines, 589. See 515 Pit Cages. See CoUiery Cages
    • Head Gear, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 679*, 726*
    • Props, Steel Tubular, 789
  • Pitometer, Cole Recording, for Water Mains, 785
  • Pitot Tube, Cylindrical, for Water Flow Mea¬surement, 440*
  • Pivot, Magnetic, for Instruments, 801
  • Planing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Plant Growth, Effect of Atmospheric Electric Currents, 400.
  • Plastic Wood, Necol, Pattern Making, 825
  • Plate, Flat, Effect of Length on Skin Friction, 517, 718*
    • Orifices, Measurement of Air Flow, 277*, 314*. See 502; Measurement of Water Flow, 440*
    • Square, Air Resistance of, Scale Effect, 359
    • Steel, Oxytome Cutting Machine, 411*
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Plating, Electro. See Electro.
  • Plug Cock, Cork-Packed, for Petrol, 303*
    • Valve, Water Mains, Lundgren-Boyd Re¬mote Control, 814*
  • Pneumatic Crane, Acton Car Repair Shops, 230*
    • Tools. See Machine Tools
    • See also Compressed Air ; Air Compressor
  • Pocock, L. C., on Faithful Reproduction in Radio Telephony, 612
  • Polishing Machine, Terrazzo Floors, 574
  • Pontardulais Sub-station, Gorseinon Electric Supply, 260*, 295*
  • Pontoon, Subaqueous Rock Breaking, 546*
  • Port of Bristol, Development, 729
    • of Calcutta, Extensions, 37*
    • Clarence, Tar-Macadam Plant, 700*
    • Facilities, Report on, 708
    • of London, Access to Victoria Docks, 584
  • Portable Engine. See Engine
    • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Portland Cement. See Cement
    • Vase, Duplication of, 496
  • Positive Rays, Detection of Isotopes, 770
    • Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 581
  • Post Office Telephone Exchanges, 120-Watt Generating Set, 811*
    • Transatlantic Wireless Telephony, 709
  • Pott, Cassels & Williamson, Centrifugal Machines, British Empire Exhibition, 818
  • Powdered Coal. See Pulverised Coal
  • Powders, Classification by Kinetic Elutriation, 442
  • Power Alcohol. See Alcohol; Motor Fuels
  • Power Conference, World, British Empire Exhibition, 644. See 766
    • Electric, Generation and Transmission Costs, 450, 479
    • Use on Oil Fields, 214
    • Factor, Induction Motors, Control (Review), 783
    • Gas. See Gas ; Engines, Gas ; Producers
    • Hammer. See Hammer under Machine Tools
    • Plants, Advantages of High Pressures, 191, 238, 753
    • Factory, Advantages of Diesel Engines, 121*
    • Hydro-Electric, Behira, India, 30,000-
    • H.P. Twin Pelton Wheels, 542*
    • Hydro-Electric, Design of Surge Tanks, 392*
    • Hydro-Electric, Report on Standard Tests, 439*
    • Hydro-Electric, Ritom Lake, Bursting of Tunnel, 217
    • Hydro-Electric, Sorocaba, Brazil, Hy¬draulic Turbine, 541*
    • Hydro-Electric, Tasmania, Great Lake Scheme, 355*, 451*, 568*, 595*, 694*, 792*
    • Improvement in Efficiency, 113, 189*, 403, 412. See LETTERS, 434, 464. See also 753
    • Pulverised Coal for Steam Raising, 14, 87, 186, 414
    • Steam, Small Capacity, 500
    • See also Power Stations ; Power, Water ;
  • Sub-Stations
    • Press. See Machine Tools
    • Production, Two-Stage Steam Generation, 113
    • for Ship Propulsion. See Marine Pro¬pulsion ; Ship Resistance
    • Stations, Electric, American, Operating Costs, 93
    • Electric, Barton, Manchester, 511
    • Electric, British Empire Exhibition, 330*, 363*, 387*, 425*, 455*, 490*. See Erratum, 444
    • Electric, Colenso 12,000 KW. Turbo-Generator, 721*
    • Electric, Dalmarnock, 511
    • Electric, Gennevilliers, Boiler Plant for Pulverised Fuel, 186
    • Electric, Hackney, Treatment of Circu¬lating Water with Chlorine, 142*, 266.
    • Electric, Loughborough, Extensions, 763
    • Electric, Macclesfield, Diesel Engine, 731*
    • Electric, North Tees, 753*
    • Electric, Padiham, Lancashire Electric Power Co., 709
    • Electric, Past and Future Development, 412. See 403, 434, 464
    • Electric, Rotherham, 30,000-KW. Turbo-Generator, 65*, 134*.
    • Electric, Shanghai, Turbo-Generator Dis¬aster, 18, 645
    • Electric, Steam and Diesel-Driven, Comparisons, 93.
    • Electric, Thermal Efficiency, 113, 189*, 403, 412. See LETTERS, 434, 464. See also 753
    • Electric, Waukegan, 255
  • Gas-Driven, Swindon Gas Works, 421
  • See also Power Plants ; Sub-stations
    • Supply, Electric, Disturbance of Telephone Servioes, 556
  • Edinburgh and Lothians Electricity District, 236
  • Electric, 33,000 Volt, Gorseinon, South Wales, 260*, 295*
  • Electric, Lancashire, Padiham Power Station, 709
  • Electric, Morwell, Cable Laying, 23*
  • Electric, Powers of Electricity Com¬missioners, 502
  • Electric, in Shanghai, 645. See 18
  • Transmission, Clip for Shafting Brackets, 395*
  • Electric, Transverter for High-Tension
  • Direct Current, 563*. See LETTERS, 649, 669, 712, 744, 796, 825
  • 35,000 Volt, Gorseinon, South Wales, 260*, 295*
  • Lines, Overhead, Regulations, 52
  • Lines, Tasmanian Power Scheme, 694*
  • See also Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • Water, Irish, Development of, and German Contractors, 339, 572
  • Tasmania, Great Lake Scheme, 355*, 451*, 568*, 595*, 694*, 792*
  • See also Hydraulic ; Power Plants, Hydro-Electric ; Pelton Wheels; Turbines, Hy¬draulic
  • Prandtl Theory, Aeroplane Lift and Drag, 1*, 35*, 100*, 169*, 258*, 823. See LETTERS, 313, 744*
  • Preheaters, Air, Howden-Ljungstrom, Boiler Trials with, 210
  • Presidential Address to Chamber of Shipping, by Sir A. G. Anderson, on Shipping In¬dustry, 274
    • to Institute of Metals, by Prof. T. Turner, on Work of the Institute, 344
    • to Institution of Gas Engineers, by S. Tagg, on the Gas Industry, 834
    • to Institution of Mechanical Engineers, by W. H. Patchell, on Power Stations, 412. 403, 434, 464
    • to Institution of Naval Architects by the Duke of Northumberland on Work of Institution, 471. See 832
    • to Institution of Petroleum Technologists by H. Barringer, on the Engineer and the Petroleum Industry, 343
    • to Institute of Physics, by Sir C. A. Parsons, on Physics and Engineering, 705
    • to Iron and Steel Institute by Sir W. Ellis, on Steel Works Practice, 611, 616
    • to Junior Institution of Engineers, by Sir J. F. Flannery, on Progress in Marine Propulsion, 84
  • Press. See Machine Tools
  • Pressed Steel Work, Modern Developments and Applications, 124*
  • Pressure Gauges for High Vacua, 387*, 429*
    • Indicators, Distant, Gas Mains, 710
    • Steam, Control of, Area Regulators, 714
  • Prices of Metals. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Prestige, British Engineering, 829
  • Prices of Metals. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Primary Aberrations, Reference System, 670
    • Battery. See Cell under Electric
  • Primrose, J. S. G., on Dynamometers, 148
  • “ Principessa Giovanna ” and “ Principessa Maria,” Italian Cargo Steamers, 821
  • Printing Machinery, Damage to Buildings by Vibration, 163*. See Erratum, 213
    • Trades Unions, Agreement Between, 407
  • Producers, Gas, British Empire Exhibition, 710
    • Firing Vertical Gas Retorts, 167*. See 228*, 328*, 421*
    • Engine. See Engines, Oas
    • Suction Gas, Motor Wagons, Parker, 711
  • Production Costs, Engineering Industry, Factors Affecting, 273, 308, 340, 374. See LETTERS, 313, 397
  • Projectiles, Hadftelds, Ltd., British Empire Exhibition, 730
    • Measurement of Head Resistance, 694
    • Production during the War, 132, 147. See 270, 271, 313
  • Projection Comparator for Screw Threads, Wilson, 606*
    • Micrometer, Lewbeck, Measuring Fine Wires, 716*. See 20
    • Optical, Opaque Objects, 699
  • Propellers, Aerial. See Aeronautics
    • Hotchkiss Hydraulic System, 13*
    • Marine and Aerial, Lancbester-Prandtl Theory, 258*
    • Model Experiments, 358, 832, 842, 844*.
    • in Tunnels, Shallow-Draught Steamer, 10*
    • Shafts, Vista Stern-Tube Appliances, 592
  • Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion ; Engines; Turbines; Propellers; Ship Resistance
  • Proto Mine-Rescue Apparatus, 807*
  • Public Address System, Loud-Speaking Tele¬phony, 560*
  • Pulleys, Belt, Grinding Machine for Faces, 12
  • Pullman Parlour and Buffet Railway Cars, 595
  • Pulp, Paper, Centrifugal Pump for, 691
  • Pulverised Coal, Comparison of Unit and Storage Systems, 415*. See 381*
  • Preparation and Use, 381*, 415*
    • for Steam Raising, 14, 87,.186, 414
    • Use in Open-Hearth Furnaces, 30
    • Lopulco System, Continental Power Stations, 186
  • Pulverising Plant for Coal, 382*, 415
  • Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd., Pumps, British Empire Exhibition, 691*
  • Puma Aero Engine, Air Consumption and Horse-power Tests, 502, 507*. See LETTERS, 585, 049
  • Pumps, Boiler-Feed, Venturi Meter for Pulsa¬ting Flow, 7*. See 785
    • Centrifugal, Boiler-Feed, Italian Cargo Steamers, 822*
    • Boiler-Feed (Worthington-Simpson,Ltd.), 490*
    • Bore-hole, Somerford Pumping Station, 187*. See 155*
    • Calcutta Water Works, 689
    • Circulating and Condensate (Worthing¬ton-Simpson, Ltd.), 458*
    • Design, Principle of Similarity, 392*
    • High-Lift, Single-Stage (Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd.), 691
  • High-Speed, Single-Stage (J. Cochrane (Barrhead), Ltd.), 691*
  • Hotchkiss Propulsion System, 13*
    • Land Drainage, Holland, 446*
    • 48-in. Low Lift, Littleton Reservoir, 689*
    • Oil-Engine Driven, Semi-Portable (Par¬sons Motor Co., Ltd.), 433*
    • Oil, Turbine-Driven, for Turbo-Generator Lubrication, 134*
    • for Paper Pulp (J. Cochrane (Barrhead), Ltd.), 691*
    • for Slurry (Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd.), 691*
  • Steam-Turbine Driven, Ships Auxiliaries, 478*. See 489, 821*
  • Stereophagus, Vertical Spindle, for Sewage, 692*
    • Fuel, and Atomiser, National Cold-Starting Oil Engine, 534*
  • Petrol, Shell Kerbside, 301*
    • and Pumping Machinery, British Empire Exhibition, 689*
  • Production of High Vacua, 330, 365*, 648.
    • Reciprocating, Vertical, Direct - Acting,
    • Boiler Feed (Worthington-Simpson, Ltd.), 490*
  • Vertical Double-Acting, Restler (Beck & Co., Ltd.), 692*
  • Vertical Duplex and Simplex, Oil Fuel (A. G. Mumford, Ltd.), 692
  • Screw, Land Drainage, Holland, 448*
  • Vacuum, Mercury-Vapour Diffusion Type, 365*. See 648
  • Holweek Molecular, 55*
  • Pumping, Oil Well, Electric Power for, 214
  • Plant, Land Drainage, in Holland, 446
  • Palmers’ Graving Dock, Swansea, 638 See 602*
  • Station, Diesel-Engine, Gezira Irrigation Scheme, 624, 654*, 685*. See 636*
  • Somerford, South Staffordshire Water-Works Co., 155*, 187*
  • Purification of Water. See Water
  • Pyrometer, Radiation, Pyro, 493*
  • Use in Glass Works, 269

Q

  • QUAY Extensions, Port of Calcutta, 37
  • Quartz Fibre Gauge, High Vacuum, 387*. See 429 — Gold-Bearing, Treatment, 760
  • Quenching of Steel. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Quick-Firing Guns. See Guns
  • Quicksilver. See Mercury; Metal - Price Diagrams
  • Quigley, F. B„ on Open-Hearth Furnace Regenerators, 29*
  • Quincke, Prof. G. H., the Late, 185

R

  • RADIAL Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools
  • Radiation Pyrometers. See Pyrometers
  • Radiators, Heat Transmission from, 831
  • Radio Research Board, Atmospherics in Wire¬less Telegraphy, 709
  • Radioactivity and Atomic Nucleus, 459*
    • Exhibit, British Empire Exhibition, 581
  • Radiographic Apparatus, Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 54
  • Radiotelegraphy. See Telegraphy, Wireless
  • Radiotelephony. See Telephony, Wireless
  • Radojet Air Extractor, Condensing Plant, 427
  • Rails, Steel, Exhibits at British Empire Exhi¬bition, 604, 605, 668, 730
    • Flat-Bottomed, British Standard Sec¬tions, 797
    • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Railroad, Denver and Salt Lake, Moffat Tunnel, 473
    • Southern Pacific, Locomotive Runs, 253,502
    • See also Railways
  • Railway, Assam-Bengal, Slips and Washouts, 141
    • Bridge. See Bridge
    • Carriage. See Carriage
    • City and South London, Tunnel Widening Work, 561; Earth Subsidence, 520
    • Coupling, Gearlock-Reyhard, 460
    • Development, British African Dependencies, 180
    • Electrification, British and Foreign Position, 51. See 235
    • British Main Lines, 437, 448*, 479
    • Effect of Grouping System, 437. See 235
    • and London Traffic Problem, 406
    • and Unemployment Relief, 437
    • Egyptian State, Royal Saloon, 539*
    • Glasgow Subway, Proposed Electrification, 407
    • Great Western, Coal-Gas Plant, Swindon Works, 164*, 228*, 328*, 421* ; Freight Train Formations, 729
    • Indian, Rules for Bridge Design, 209
    • Inspection Cars, Petrol-Driven, 667*
    • Japanese, Electric Locomotives, 97*
    • Locomotive. See Locomotive
    • London, Midland & Scottish, 4-6-0 Type Locomotive, 665*
    • & North Eastern, Locomotive Connecting Rod Failure, Report, 57; 4-6-2 Type Locomotive, 537*
    • Management, Control of Locomotive Work¬ing, 469
    • New York Subway, Steel Carriages, 127
    • Nigerian State, Air Compressors 398*, 432*
    • and Road Transport, Comparisons, 234
    • Rolling Stock. See Carriages; Locomo¬tives ; Wagons
    • Screw-Propelled, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 225
    • Signalling. See Signalling
    • South African, Carriages and Electric Locomotives, 595*; Turbo Generator,
    • Colenso Power Station, 721*
    • Southern, Floating Dock for Southampton, 206, 789*; Toplis Luffing Cranes,
  • Southampton Docks, 762*
    • Stockton and Darlington, Early Locomo¬tive, 535*
    • Street. See Tramways »
    • Strike and Maintenance of Agreements, 149
    • Train Brake. See Brake
    • Tube. See Underground
    • Underground. See Underground
    • United States, Long Distance Locomotive Runs, 502 See 253
    • States, Refrigerator Cars, Thickness of Insulation, 217*, 252*
    • States, 1922 Statistics, 115
    • Wagons. See Wagons
    • Wheel and Axle Lathes 695*
    • Steel, Davis Centrifugal Casting Process, 605*
    • and Tyre Shops, Acton Car Repair Depot, 229*
    • Work, Application of Underdrainage, 141 Steels for, 742
    • See also Railroads and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Rainfall Distribution, Uganda and Kenya Colony, 702
    • and Floods, Damodar River, 86
    • and Run-off Catchment 40*, 87, 193*
    • off Ground, Effect of Bridges on Waterways, 87
    • off Ground, Shape of Catchment, 87
  • Ralston, O. C., on Hydro-Metallurgy of Lead, 251, 319
  • Ramsay Memorial Laboratory, University College, Inauguration, 116
  • Ramsbottom, J. E., on Aircraft Fabrics, 805
  • Rangoon, Hydraulic Fire Ladder for, 575
  • Ransome, A., & Co., Ltd., Multiple Saw Bench for Laths, 475*
  • Rapid Screwing Machine, 77*
  • Rare Metals, Analysis of, 119
  • Rathbone, E. P., the Late, 796
  • Rayleigh, Lord, on the Glow of Phosphorus, 804
  • Raymond Pulveriser for Coal, 383*
  • Razor Blades, Electric Furnaces for Heat Treatment, 713*
  • Read, Sir A., on Coastal Shipping, 487
  • Recalescence Curves. See Metallurgy
  • Recorder, Carbon Monoxide, Uehling 77*
    • Temperature (Siemens, Brothers & Co., Ltd.\ 55
  • Recording Anemometer, (Cambridge Instru¬ment Co., Ltd.), 20*
    • Gas Flow Meters, Balance Manometer, 143*
    • Meteorological Instruments, Time Marking System, 826
  • Recording Pitometer, Cole, for Water Mains, 785
    • Water Meter, Venturi Type, for Pulsating Flow, 7*. See 785
  • Rectifiers, Alternating Current. See Transverter
  • Reducing Valve, Mine-Rescue Apparatus, 807*
    • Steam Pressure, Area Regulators, 714*
  • Reduction Gears. See Gears; Marine Pro¬pulsion
  • Refractory Materials, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 605, 710
    • Heat Conductivity and Specific Heat. 300
    • Work of National Physical Laboratory, 630
    • See also Firebricks
  • Refrigerating Machine, Autofrigor, Using Methyl Chloride, 104* See Erratum, 141
    • Plant, Ammonia Compressors, Blackfriars Cold Stores, 42*. See LETTER, 206
  • Refrigeration, Insulating Materials, British Empire Exhibition, 710
    • Plant, Australian, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 725*
    • Thermal Properties of Methyl Chloride, 613
    • Use of Ethyl Chloride, 84
    • See also Cold Storage
  • Refrigerator Cars, Thickness of Insulation, 217*, 252*
  • Regenerative Coal Gasification, Aylesbury, 834
    • Furnace. See Furnace
  • Regenerators for Open-Hearth Furnaces, 29*
  • Reversing, Open-Hearth Furnaces, Theo¬retical Considerations, 662
  • Regulations, Board of Trade: Safety of Mer¬chant Shipping, 241; Ships’ Navigation
  • Lights and Sound Signals, 312 ; Machinery Surveys, Passenger Steamers, 703
    • Factory Act, Claims for Breach, 831
    • Home Office, Grinding Metals and Cleaning Castings, 247
    • Overhead Lines, Electricity Commissioners, 52
    • Use of Boilers in India, 183
  • Reheating Furnace. See Furnace
    • Steam during Expansion, Turbo-Generator, 754
  • Reid, R. G., on Refrigerating Machines, 84
  • Reinforced Pipes, Stresses in, 87 (See Erratum, 173), 154, 434
    • Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete
  • Relativity, Whitehead’s Theory, 384
  • Relay, Hydraulic, Area, Liquid Temperature Control, 714*
  • Remfrey, D. H., on Bridge Design, 380
  • Remuneration of Labour. See Labour
  • Renault Motor Car, Desert Transport, 349
  • Rennoldson, C., the late, 305
  • “ Renown,” H.M.S., Construction of, Lord Fisher’s Instructions, 709
  • Repair Shops, Underground Railways, Acton, 195*, 229*
    • Warship, Use of Floating Docks, 832, 837*
    • of Pneumatic Tools, 202, 219*, 277*. See LETTER 313
    • Work, Military Transport Vehicles, 133. See 148, 270, 271, 313
    • Ship, Swansea, Palmers’, 602*, 637*
  • Repeated Stresses. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Report, Australian Economic and Commercial Situation, 150
    • Breakdowns of Electrical Machinery, 520
    • Chamber of Shipping, 246
    • Committee on Port Facilities, 708
    • Destructive Marine Organisms, 5
    • Development Railways, British African Dependencies, 180
    • Earth Subsidence, London Underground Railway, 520. See 561
    • Economic and Financial Conditions, Bel¬gium, 438; Italy, 501; South Africa, 52
    • Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, 309
    • Evaporation Losses, Petrol Tanks, 82
    • Food Investigation Board, 67
    • Industrial Fatigue Research Board, 769
    • Fatigue, Shift Systems Glass Trade, 150
    • Italian Commercial, Industrial and Econo¬mic Situation, 501
    • Locomotive Connecting-Rod Failure, 57
    • Mine-Rescue Apparatus, 307
    • Mount Wilson Observatory, 674
    • Naval Base, San Francisco Bay, 341
    • Phenological Observations, 1923, 702
    • Rest Pauses in Industrial Work, 310
    • South African Economic Position, 52
    • Standard Tests for Hydraulic Plant, 439*
    • Steam Nozzles Research Committee, 657, 673, 681*
    • Trade of New Zealand, 262
    • Thermal Properties of Methyl Chloride, 614
    • Unemployment Insurance, 182
    • Vocational Training, Manual Workers, 341
    • Work of National Physical Laboratory, 823
    • See also Board of Trade
  • “ Repulse,” H.M.S., Construction of, Lord Fisher’s Instructions, 709
  • Rescue Apparatus, Mine. See Colliery Rescue Apparatus
  • Research, Aeronautical, Direction of, 116
    • Association, British Cast-Iron, 761
    • Electrical and Allied Industries, 309
    • Non-Ferrous Metals, British, 762
    • Chemical, in India, 614
    • Committee, Steam Nozzles, Third Report, 657, 673, 681*
    • Cotton, Sldrley Institute Memoirs (Review), 813
    • Fuel, Economic Balance in Coal Carbonisa¬tion, 407
    • Industrial Fatigue. See Industrial Fatigue under Labour
    • Laboratory, Vickers, Ltd., British Empire Exhibition, 614. See 606*.
    • Metallurgical, Government Laboratories, 762
  • Radiotelegraphic, Atmospheric Interference, 709
    • Scientific, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 580
    • and Industrial, Report on Mine Rescue Apparatus, 307
    • Value in Industry, 737
  • Research Work, Food Investigation Board, 67
    • Safety in Collieries, 740
  • See also National Physical Laboratory
  • Reservoir, Littleton, Centrifugal Pump, 689
  • Resistance, Air. See Air ; Aeronautics
    • Electric. See Electric
    • of Ships. See Ship Resistance
    • Welding. See Welding
  • Resonant Vibration, Possible Trouble, 649
  • Rest Pauses in Repetition Work, 310
  • Restler Double-Acting Pump, 692*
  • Retaining Walls, Stepped Ferro-Concrete, Aston, 138*
  • Retorts, Vertical, Dempster-Toogood Con¬tinuous, Swindon Gas Works, 164*, 228*. See 328*, 421*
  • Reviews. See LITERATURE INDEX Reyrolle, A., & Co., Ltd., Switchgear, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 490
  • Rhymney Valley Collieries, Compressed Air Plant, 759
  • Rice, P. X., on Insulation of Refrigerator Cars, 217*, 252*
  • Richardson. K. R., on Geology and Oil Measures of South West Persia, 647
  • Richardsons, Westgarth & Co., Ltd., Proposed Combination in Diesel Engine Design, 805
  • Richmond, Lieut.-Col. V. C., on Airships, 151
  • Ridile, Portable, Electrically-Driven, 477*. See 825
  • Rideal, Dr. E. K., on Colloidal Chemistry, 181
  • Ridsdale, C. H., on Chemical Standards for Iron and Steel Analysis, 432
  • Rigid Airships. See Airships under Aero¬nautics
  • Ring Roll Mill, Sturtevant, Coal Pulverisa¬tion, 383*
    • Steel, Reinforced Pipes, Stresses, 87.
  • (See Erratum, 173), 154, 434
  • Risdon Sub-Station. Tasmania. 792*
  • Ritom Lake Power Plant, Bursting of Tunnel, 217
  • River Clyde, Early Hopper Barge for, 548*
    • Crocodile, Hartebeestpoort Dam, 323*
    • Damodar, Rain Storms and Floods, 86
    • Estuaries. Shoal Formation, Model Experi¬ments, 392
    • Flow and Yield of Hydrographical Basins, 87, 193
    • Nile, Assuan Dam, Discharge through Sluices, 281
    • Shannon Power Schemes and German Contractors, 339, 572
    • Yangtze-Kiang, Shallow-Draught Steamer, 10*
  • Riveter, Pneumatic. See Machine Tools
  • Roads, Asphalt Cold - Spray Distributing Machine, 804
    • Communications, Victoria Dock District, London, 584
    • Conference, Scottish, Edinburgh, 83, 144
    • Locomotives. See Motor ; Tractor
    • Maintenance and Mechanical Transport, 729
    • Material, Tar-Macadam Plant, Port Clar¬ence, 700*
    • Scottish, Repairs and Maintenance, 83. See 144
    • Transport, Horse and Motor Haulage, Com¬parisons, 405
    • and Rail Transport, Comparisons, 234
    • H. I. C. Trailer Car, 186* See also Tar-Macadam
  • Robb, H., Ltd., Self-Dumping Barge for Dredging, 548
  • Roberts, C. H., on Water Supply, 343
  • Robinson, E. L., on Improvements in Central Station Steam Plants, 189*
  • Robson, O. C., the late, 304
  • Rock-Breaking Machinery (Hadfields, Ltd.), 730
    • Subaqueous, Equipment (Fleming & Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
    • Crusher, Gyratory (Vickers, Ltd.), 606*
    • Crushed, Properties and Uses (Review), 183
    • Tunnels in, Expansion under Hydraulic Pressure 217
  • Rod, Wire, Continuous Rolling Mills, 620*, 631
  • Rolled Steel, British Standard Sections, 826
    • Steel Joists, Clip for Shafting Brackets, 395*
  • Roller Bearings. See Bearings
    • Sluice Valves, Hartebeestpoort Dam, 325
  • Rolling Mill, Continuous, for Tubes, 622
    • Continuous, Wire Rod, 620*, 631
    • Electrically-Driven, National Physical Laboratory, 629*
    • Stock. See Carriages; Locomotives; Wagons
    • of Ships. See Ships
  • Rolls, Tyre-Fixing, Acton Car Repair Shops, 232
  • Rolls-Royce Condor Aeroplane Engine, 62
  • “ Ronaldshay,” Dredger for India, 548
  • Rontgen Rays, Examination of Crystalline
    • Structure, of Organic Substances, 211*, 244*, 274*, 310*
    • Investigations of Copper – Aluminium Alloys, 360
    • Investigation of Crystal Structure, 183
    • Scattering of, 204*
    • Spectrograph, Dr. A. Muller’s, 46*
  • Roofs, Steel and Ferro-Concrete, British
  • Empire Exhibition Buildings, 226*, 291*
  • Rooms, Measurement of Illumination, 648
  • Ropes, Wire. See Wire Ropes
  • Ropeway, Aerial. See Wire Ropeway
  • Ropner, Sir R., the late, 280
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., on Aluminium Alloys, 750*, 780*. See 742
  • Ross-Johnson, D., on Port°f Bristol, 729
  • Rotary Engine. See Engine ; Aeronautics
    • Kilns, Cement Manufacture, Pulverised Coal Firing, 381*. See 415* ; Air Supply, 557
    • Pump. See Pump
  • Rotherham Corporation, 30,000-KW. Turbo- Generator, 65*, 134*
  • Rotors, Turbine, Vibrations, Apparatus for Investigating, 648
  • Rotterdam Harbour, Coal-Handling Plant, 619
  • Rouch, Capt. E. A., on Motor Cars for Overseas Markets, 830
  • Rounthwaite, H. M., the late, 335
  • Rouse, P. G., on High Speed Forms and Curva¬ture of Buttocks, 3*
  • Rowe, F. W„ on Properties of Zinc Bronze, 384*. Sec 361
  • Rowledge, A. J., on Water-Cooled Aero Engines, 59*
  • Royal Aeronautical Society. See Aeronautical
    • Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition
    • Army Ordnance Corps, Rust Removal Process, 25*. See 464
    • Charter, Supplemental, Institution of Civil Engineers, 21

Royal Institution:

  • Scientific Work of Sir J. Dewar, by Prof. H. E. Armstrong, 116
  • Recent Research on Crystal Structure, by Sir W. Bragg, 117
  • Scattering of X-Rays, by Sir W. Bragg, 204*
  • Crystalline Structure of Organic Sub¬stances, by Sir W. Bragg, 211*, 244*, 274*, 310*
  • Some Modern Navigation Devices, by F. E. Smith, 299*
  • Properties of Gases in High and Low Vacua, by Sir E. Rutherford, 330, 365*, 387*, 429*
  • Nucleus of the Atom, by Sir E. Ruther¬ford, 458*
  • Colours, Stains and Dyes, by Prof. J. Thorpe, 570
  • Scientific Apparatus Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 580
  • Forces that Lift Aeroplanes, by Prof. V. F. K. Bjerknes, 647
  • Atmospheric Interference in Radiotele¬graphy, by Dr. E. V. Appleton, 709
  • The Glow of Phosphorus by Lord Ray¬leigh, 8Q4
  • Tyndall Lectures on Accoustical Problems, by Major M. S. Tucker, 810
  • Royal Meteorological Society. See Meteoro¬logical
  • Saloon, Egyptian State Railways, 539*

Royal Society :

  • Scientific Apparatus Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 580
  • Conversazione and Exhibition of Scien¬tific Apparatus, 648, 674, 801. See 764*
  • Royal Society of Arts. See ArZs
  • “ Royal Sovereign ” Class, II.M. Warships,
  • Effect of Bulges and Bilge Keels on Rolling, 488, 745*, 777*
  • Royle, W. H., & Son, Hack-Saw, 645
  • Rubber Industry, Co-operation in, 609
  • Institution of: l)r. S. S. Pickles on the Consistency of Rubber and Rubber Compounds, 57; J. Fairbairn on Co¬operation in Rubber Industry, 609
    • and Rubber Compounds, Consistency of, 57
  • Rudders, Unbalanced, Twin-Screw Ships, Model Experiments, 243
    • Ships’, Action in Shallow Water, 833
  • Rules, Board of Trade, Oil Fuel Installations, Passenger Steamers, 213
    • Bridge Design, Indian Railways, 209
    • See also Regulations
  • Rumbold, W. G., on Nickel Ores, 102
  • Russia, Koursk Iron Ore Deposit, 152
  • Rust Removal, Electrolytic Process, 25*, 464
  • Ruston Hornsby, Ltd., 420-H.P. Oil Engine and Electric Generator, 839*
  • Rutherford, Sir E., on Properties of Gases in Vacua, 330, 365*, 387*, 429* ; on the Nucleus of the Atom, 458*

S

  • SAFES, Fortis Reinforced Concrete, 72*. See LETTER,110
  • Safety Appliances, Colliery-Winding Opera¬tions, 678*, 726*
    • in Collieries, Research Work, 740
    • Device, Kamlok, for Centrifugals, 818*
    • Guard for Power Presses, 645
    • Lamps, Mine, Giving Gas Warning, 179, 716*
    • of Life at Sea. See Life-Saving; Water-Tight Sub-division
  • Sahara Desert, Motor Transport Vehicles, 347* See 242
  • Salaries, Average, Engineering Profession, 280
  • Salt, Water Flow Measurement by, 439, 441
  • Samuel, T., on Brinell-Tensile Relationship, 662
  • San Francisco Bay, U S. Naval Base, 341
  • Sand-Cone Tests, Vibrations of Buildings, 163*. See Erratum, 213
    • Filling Machine, Moulding Boxes, 804, 825*
    • Moulding, Fordath Bowl Mixer, 825
    • Properties and Uses (Review), 183
    • Slinger for Moulding, 804, 825*
    • Washer for Filter Beds, Peebles, 784
  • Sanitary Engineers, Institution of, C. H. Roberts on Water Supply of Rural Districts, 343
  • Saniter, E. H., on Railway Steels, 742
  • San key Bending Tests, Iron and Steel at High Temperatures, 69*. See LETTER, 154
  • Sao Paulo Power Co., Hydraulic Turbine, 541
  • Sarawak Crude Oil, Properties of, 50
    • Pavilion, British Empire Exhibition, 528
  • Sauveur, Prof. A., Award of Bessemer Medal, 616
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • Scale, Boiler, Prevention, Filtrator Process Using Linseed, 623*
  • Schmidt, Dr. Ing. W., the late, 400
  • Schoop Metal-Spraying Process, 710
  • Science, Early, in Oxford (Review), 22
    • and Engineering, Relationship, 643
    • and Labour Conference, British Empire Exhibition, 737
  • Scientific Apparatus, British Industry, Need for Protection, 705
    • Exhibition, Physical and Optical Socie¬ties’, 20*, 54*, 140*, 143*. See Erratum, 48 ; Royal Society Soiree, 648, 674, 801. See 764*
    • Vickers’ Research Laboratory, British Empire Exhibition, 614. See 606*
    • Discoveries, Reward of, League of Nations Proposals, 114
  • Scientific Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 580
    • Management. See TForZs Management
    • Novelties Exhibition, 21
    • Instruments, Early, in Oxford (Review), 22
    • Research. See Research
    • Societies. See Institutions
  • Scleroscopo Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Scotland, Edinburgh and Lothians Electricity District, 230
    • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in. See Engineers
    • Road and Street Maintenance, 83. See 144
  • Scott Brothers (Keighley), Shaping Machine, 25*; Rapid Screwing Machine, 77*
  • Scott-Moncrieff, Major-General Sir G. K., the late. 773
  • Scotts’ Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd., Trials of M.S. “Dolius” with Scott-Still Engines, 459. See 247
  • Scott-Still Marine Oil Engine, Advantages, 247. See 459
  • Scottish Road Conference, Edinburgh, 83, 144
  • Scragging Machine for Springs, 200*
  • Scrapers, Water-Propelled, Cleaning Wat$r Mains, 587*
  • Screen, Portable, Electrically-Driven, 477*, 825
    • for Pulverised Coal, 417*
  • Screening of Illinois Coal, 496
    • Plant, Coke, Gas Works, Swindon, 421
  • Screws, Adjustable Plug Gauge for, 775*
    • Cutting Lathe. See Lathe under J/acAine Tools
    • Propelled Railway, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 225
    • Propellers. See Propellers; Aeronautics
    • Pumps, Land Drainage, Holland, 448*
    • Threads, Wilson Optical Projection Com¬parator, 606*
  • Sc rowing Machine. See Jl/acAine Tools
  • Sea - Borne Trade and Submarine Warfare (Review), 442
    • Transport, Coastal Shipping, 487
    • Future of, 486
    • Water, Effect on Cement and Concrete, 557. See 567
    • Corrosion of Muntz Metal by, 625
    • Velocity of Sound in, Formula, 299
  • Seaworthiness of Ships and Damage to Cargo, 405
  • Secondary Battery. See Accumulator under Electric
  • Stresses in Bridge Design, 209
  • Selenium, Use in Glass Manufacture, 107
  • Self-Rescue Apparatus, Carbon Monoxide, for Mines, <fcc., 496
  • Semi-Portable Engine. See Engine
  • Sensitive Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools
  • Separators, Centrifugal. See Centrifugal
  • Settlement, Foundation, Margarine Factory, Righting by Jacking, 174*
  • “ Sevilla,” M.S., Valve Gear of Diesel Engine, 532*
  • Sewage, Stereophagus Pump for, 692* See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shafts, Crank. See Crankshaft
    • Critical Speeds, Apparatus for Investigating, 648; Model Experiments. 423
    • Propeller, Vista Stern-Tube Appliances, 592*
    • Sinking, Betteshanger Colliery, 677
    • Torsional Vibrations, Model Experiments, 423
  • Shafting Bracket^, Clip for Steel Joists, 395
  • Shale, Oil, Australian Resources, 150
    • Refining, 760
  • Somerset Deposits, 714. See Erratum 836
  • Shallow-Draught Steamer “ Wanhsien,” for Yangtze-Kiang, 10*
  • Shanghai, Electric Power Supply, 645
    • Power Station, Failure of Turbo-Generator, 18, 645
  • Shannon, River, Power Schemes and German Contractors, 339, 572
  • Shaping Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Sheet Ironworkers’ and Boilermakers’ Societies, Amalgamation, Lawsuit, 183
  • Shell Kerbside Petrol Pump, 301*
  • Shells. See Projectiles
  • Shift Systems, Glass Trade, Comparisons, 150
  • Shigemitsu, A., on Skin Friction, 517
  • Ships, Behaviour in Rough Seas, Model Experi¬ments, 422. See 516
    • Cables and Steering Gear, Standardisation, 255
    • under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 57,470
    • Design, High Speed Forms and Curvature of Buttocks, 3*
    • Scientific Aspects, 832, 841*
    • Diesel-Engined. See Motor Ships ; Marine Propulsion
    • Drift Caused by Rolling, 488
    • Effect of External Explosions, Model Ex¬periments, 422
    • Effect of Wind and Waves on Propulsion, 516. See 422
    • Hatchways, Protection During Loading and Unloading, 831
    • Life-Saving Equipment and Subdivision, 844. See 832
    • Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 206
    • Merchant, Passenger and Cargo (Review), 557
    • Model Experiments, High Speed Forms and Curvature of Buttocks, 3*
    • Experiments, Speed and Power of Ships,
  • 832, 842, 844*
    • Experiments, Steering Ships in Shallow Waters and Canals, 833
    • Experiments, Work of Froude National Tank, 823
    • Experiments. See also Ship Resistance
    • Motor. See Motor Ships; Marine Propulsion
    • Navigation Lights and Sound Signals, Regulations, 312
    • Oil Tank, Development, 760
    • Passenger, Intermediate Type, Design, 834, 839*
    • Water-Tight Subdivision, 157*
    • Propellers. See Propellers
    • Propulsion. See Murine Propulsion; En¬gines; Turbines; Propellers
  • Ships, Repair Works, Swansea, Palmers’, 602* 637*
    • Resistance, Analysis of, 517
    • Effect of Length on Skin Friction, 517, 718*
    • Model Experiments, Principle of Simi¬larity, 358*
  • Skin Friction and Law of Comparison, 517
    • Rolling of, Drift Caused by, 488
    • Model Experiments, Effect of Bulges and Bilge Keels, 488, 745*, 777*
  • Seaworthiness, and Damage to Cargo, 405
  • Speed and Power of, 832, 842, 844*
  • Stability Calculations, 843*
  • Steering Gear, Standardisation, 255
    • Gear, Williams-Janney Electro-Hy¬draulic, 803*
    • in Shallow Waters and Canals, 833
  • Structural Strength of, 842
  • Suction between Passing Vessels, Mode Experiments, 422
    • Timber, Protection from Marine Organisms,5
    • Torsion of, Stress Calculations, 516
    • Trim Indicator and Shoal-Water Alarm, 617*
    • Twin Screw, Unbalanced Rudders, Model Experiments, 243
    • Vibration of, Causes and Remedies, 515
    • Water-Tight Subdivision of. See Water-Tight
    • See also Marine; Motor Ships ; Shipping; Steamers; Warships; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipbuilders and Engineers, North-East Coast Institution of. See North-East Coast in Scotland, Institution of. See En¬gineers
  • Shipbuilding, Design of Cargo Vessels, 311
    • French Naval Dockyard Reorganisation, 613
    • High Elastic Limit Mild Steel, 489, 510*
    • Naval, Recent Developments, 115. Sec 700 See also Warships
    • Scientific Aspects of Ship Design, 832, 841*
    • Stability Calculations, 843*
    • Strength of Ore-Carrying Steamers, 311
    • Vessels under Construction, Lloyd’s Statictics, 57, 470
    • Water-Tight Sub-division. See Water-Tight
    • Work of British Corporation, 275
    • World’s Production in 1923, 106
    • See also Steamers ; Naval; Warships ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipment of Locomotives to India, Erratum. 91
  • Shipping, Chamber of, Report, 246; Presidential Address by Sir A. G. Anderson, on the Shipping Industry. 274
    • Coastal, Present Position, 487
    • Future of Sea Transport, 486
    • Industry, Position and Prospects, 274
    • Losses, Lloyd’s Statistics, 206
    • Merchant, Attitude of Board of Trade, 241
    • and German Submarine Campaign (Re¬view), 442
    • Present Position, 246
    • Port Facilities, Report, 708
    • Seaworthiness of Vessels and Damage to Cargo, 405
    • Survey and Registry of, Work of British Corporation, 275
    • Vessels under Construction, Lloyd’s Stat¬istics, 57, 470
    • World’s Production in 1923, 106
  • Shirley Institute Memoirs (Review), 813
  • Shoal Formation, Estuaries, Model Experi¬ments, 392
    • Water Alarm for Ships, 617*
  • Steering Ships in, 833
  • Shock Absorber for Speed-Reduction Gear, Bostock & Bramley’s, 378*
    • Tests. See Impact Tests under Tests (Materials)
  • Shop Management. See TForfcs Management
  • Shore Scleroscope Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Shovel, Steam. See Excavating Machine Show. See Exhibition
  • Shunting Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • Siebe, Gorman & Co., Ltd., Oxygen Breathing Apparatus for lAviators, 506* ; Proto
  • Mine Rescue Apparatus, 807*
  • Siegle, J., on Reversing Regenerators, 662
  • Siemens Brothers & Co., Ltd., Cables for Mor¬well Power Scheme, 23* ; Temperature
  • Recorder, 55
  • Siemens-Martin Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Siemens-Schuckertwerke and Irish Water-Power Development, 339, 572
  • Sieve, Portable, Electrically Driven, 477*, 825
  • Signalling Apparatus, Colliery, Gas Ignition by, 179
    • Mine-Winding Operations, 728*, 756*
    • Wire, Standard Specification, 763
  • Signals, Sound, Marine, Board of Trade Regu¬lations, 312
  • Silica Gel, Use as Benzene Adsorbent, 622
  • Silicate of Soda, Effect on Concrete, 557
  • Silico-Manganese Steels, Hardening, 663
  • Silicon, Determination in Iron-Silicon Alloys, 173*
  • Silver Alloys, Nature and Properties of Slags, 582
    • Mine, Sullivan, Discovery and Development 760
  • Similarity, Dynamical. See Dynamical Simi¬larity and Aeronautics
  • Simon-Carves Pulveriser for Coal, 383*
  • Simons, W„ <fe Co., Ltd., Dredging Plant,
  • British Empire Exhibition, 548
  • Single-Phase. See Generator; Motor; Loco¬motive ; Power; Railway
  • Sinnatt, F. S., on Coal Preparation, 759
  • Sinnott, Col. E. S., on Road Surfaces and Mechanical Transport, 729
  • “ Sir George Lloyd,” Dredger, 548*
  • “ Sir William Matthews ” Dredger, 546*
  • Skin Friction. See Air Resistance; Aero¬nautics; Friction; Hydrodynamics; Ship Resistance
  • Sky Photography, Wide-Angle Lens for, 496 Slag. See Metallurgy
  • Sleeping Car, South African Railways, 595*
  • Sleighs, Motor, Ice and Snow Transport, 318*. See 242, 282, 347*
  • Slip Gauges, Method of Manufacture, 773
  • Sluices, Assuan Dam, Discharge through, Measurements and Model Experiments, 281
    • Valve, 50-in. Electrically Operated (Glen¬field <fe Kennedy, Ltd.), 784*
    • Roller, Hartebeestpoort Dam, 325*
  • Slurry, Cement, Effect of Viscosity, 566
    • Centrifugal Pump for, 691*
  • Smallpelce Automatic Screw Machine, 696
  • Smeaton’s Model of Eddystone Lighthouse, 504
  • Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, H., the late, 521
  • Smith, F. E., on Navigation Devices, 299
  • Smith, Prof. S. P., on Railway Electrification, 51
  • Smith, T. & W., Ltd., Exhibit at British
  • Empire Exhibition, 730
  • Smith, Major W. H., on Concrete-Block-Building Construction, 557
  • Smoke Abatement, Low-Temperature Coking, 576
  • Smokeless Fuel. See Coal, Low-Temperature Coking
  • Sn6w, Motor Transport Vehicles for, 242, 318*, 347*. See 282
  • Societies, Technical and Scientific. See Insti¬tutions .
    • Trade. See Labour; Industrial Notes
  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders See Motor
    • of Technical Engineers. See Technical
  • Sodium Hvpochlorite Production, Electrolytic Cell, 780*
  • Softener, Water. See Water Softener
  • Soldering Fluxes, Notes on, 583
  • Somerford Pumping Section. 155*, 187
  • Somerset, Oil-Shale Fields, 714. See Erratawi, 836
  • Soroeaba Power Station, Hydraulic Turbine, 541*
  • Sound, Acoustics of Buildings (Review), 408
    • Analysis, Acoustic Spectroscope, 801
    • Detennining Depth of Sea by, 299*
    • Investigation, Low-Hilger Audiometer, 108*
    • Production by Fluid Motion, 288
    • Proofing of Rooms (Review), 408
    • Propagation, Hot-Wire Microphone Investi¬gations, 810
    • Ranging, Submarine, Position Finding at Sea, 299*
    • Velocity in Sea Water, Formula, 299
    • Signals, Marine, Board of Trade Regula¬tions, 312 , T ,
  • Sounding, Methods of Admiralty Hydro¬graphical Department, 676
  • Submarine, by Echo Method, 299*
  • South Africa, Hartebeestpoort Dam, 323
    • Pavilion, British Empire Exhibition, 528*
    • African Railways, Carriages and Electric Locomotive, 595* ; Turbo Generator, Colenso Power Station, 721*
    • Trade, German and American Competi¬tion 52
  • South Durham Steel & Iron Co., Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 668, 710
    • Wales, Gorseinon Electric Supply, 260*, 295*
    • Rhymney Valley Collieries, Compressed-Air Plant, 759
    • West, Notes from, 15, 49, 79, 111, 145, 177, 207, 239, 271, 305, 337, 369, 401, 434, 465, 497, 521, 577, 609, 641, 671, 703, 735,767, 797.827. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • Yorkshire, Notes from, 14, 48, 78, 111, 144, 176, 206, 238, 270, 304, 336, 368, 400, 434, 464, 496, 520, 576, 609, 641, 670, 702, 734, 767, 796, 826. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Southampton, 60,000-Ton Floating Dock for, 206, 789*
    • Docks, Toplis Luffing Cranes, 762
  • Southern Pacific Railroad, Locomotive Runs, 502. See 253
    • Railway, Floating Dock for Southampton, 206, 789* ; Toplis Luffing Cranes, South¬ampton Docks, 762*
  • Spear Jackson, Ltd., Saws and Tools, British Empire Exhibition, 668
  • Specific Heat, Gases, and Molecular Structure, 580
    • Methyl Chloride, Determination, 614
    • Refractory Materials, 300
  • Steam, Proposed Measurements, 579
  • Specifications for Glass, 107
  • Standard. See Standard; Standardisation
  • Spectacle Lenses, Dixey Edging Machine, 583
  • Spectrograph, X-Ray, Muller, 46
  • Spcctro-Photometer, Bellingham-Stanley, 140
  • Spectroscope, Acoustic, Sound Analysis, 801
    • Mass, Positive-Ray Analysis, 581, 770
  • Spectroscopic Apparatus, British Empire Exhibition, 581
  • Speech Amplification, Telephony, Public Address System, 560*
  • Speed-Changing Gears. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
    • Control, Induction Motors (Review), 783
    • Reduction Gears. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
    • Trials. See Trials
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Spence Process, Lead Extraction, 252
  • Spencer, S., the late, 671
  • Spherometer, Reflecting Type, 400
  • Spinel, Natural and Artificial, 827
  • Spirit, Motor. See Motor Fuels
  • Sponge Iron, Production of, 497
  • Spontaneous Combustion of Coal, 160
  • Spraying Machine for Roads, the Oxford, 804
    • Metal, Schoop Process, 710
    • Nozzles, Diesel Engines, Admiralty Experi¬ments, 590*, 625*
    • Oil, in Gas Mains, Aerograph, 711
  • Springs, Coil and Laminated, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition. 605
    • Testing and Scragging Machine, 200*
  • Spur Gearing. See Gears; Gearing; Manne Propulsion
  • Stability of Ships. See Ships
  • Staffordshire, South, Somerford Pumping Station, 155*, 187*
  • Stainless Steel, Exhibits at British Empbe Exhibition, 604
    • Use in Glass Industry, 588
  • Stains, Dyes and Colours, 570
  • Stalloy, Magnetic Tests, 294*. See LETTER, 368
  • Stamping Hammers and Presses. See Machine Tools
  • Steel, Developments and Applications, 124
  • Stanchions. See Columns Standards, Analytical, Iron and Steel, 432, 631
  • Association. See Engineering Standards
  • for Comparison, Thermal Efficiency of
  • Internal-Combustion Engines, 429, 467. See LETTERS, 558, 585. See also 831
  • Markings, Switchboard ’Bus Bars, <fec., 173
  • Method of Determining Viscosity, 186
  • Nomenclature, Cycle and Motor Cycle Parts, 608
  • Sections, Flat-Bottomed Rails, 797 ; Struc¬tural Steelwork, 826
  • — Specifications, Steel Conduit for Electric Wiring, 48; Performance of Traction Motors, 62 ; Signalling Wire, 763 ; Elec¬tric Cables for Motor Cars, 492
  • Tests, Hydraulic Plant, Report, 439*
  • U.S. Bureau of. See United States Standardisation, Colliery Requisites, 253;
  • Ships’ Cables and Steering Gear, 255; Ball Joints, Motor-Car Controls, 435.
  • Stanton & Hyde’s Apparatus, Viscosity Tests, Liquids, 693*
  • Stanton, Dr. T. E„ on Skin Friction of Flat Surfaces, 718*. See 517
  • Staples, S. F., on Floating Docks as Naval Bases, 837*. See 832
  • Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • Starting Apparatus, Internal-Combustion En¬gines, Bristol, 553
  • State Railways. See Railways
  • Saloon, Egyptian State Railways, 539*
  • Subsidies, Civil Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Stations, Power. See Power Stations
  • Statistics, Trade. See Trade
  • Staveley Coal and Iron Co., Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 789
  • Steam Boats. See Steamers
  • Boilers. See Boilers
  • Condensation. See Condensation
  • Crane. See Crane
  • De-Superheating Apparatus, Area Regu¬lators, 716*
  • Engines. See Engines
  • Flow through Nozzles. See Nozzles
  • Generation, High-pressure, Advantages, 191, 238, 753
  • Two-stage, for Power Production, 113
  • Generator, Extra High-Pressure, Benson, Preliminary Tests, 238
  • Lorries. See Motor Wagons ; Tractors
  • Navvy. See Excavating Machine
  • Pressure Control, Area Regulators, 714*
  • Properties of, Proposed Measurements, 579
  • Raising, Pulverised Coal for, 14, 87, 186,414
  • Reheating during Expansion, Turbo-Generator, 754
  • Shovel. See Excavating Machine
  • Superheater. See Superheater
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Trials. See Trials
  • Turbines. See Turbines
  • Wagons. See Motor Wagons ; Tractors Steamers, Behaviour in Rough Seas, Model
  • Experiments, 422. See. 516
  • Cargo, Design of, 311
  • “ Principessa Giovanna ” and “ Princi-pessa Maria,” 821*
  • under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 57,470
  • Drift Caused by Rolling, 488
  • Effect of External Explosions, Model Experi¬ments, 422
  • of Wind and Waves on Propulsion, 516.See 422
  • “ Empress of Australia,” Michell Thrust Block, 268*
  • Geared Turbine. See Marine Propulsion
  • Hatchways, Protection During Loading and Unloading, 831
  • Life-Saving Equipment and Subdivision, 844. See 832
  • Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 206
  • Merchant, Passenger and Cargo (Review), 557
  • World’s Production in 1923, 106
  • ‘‘Minnetonka,” Atlantic Transport Line, 576
  • Oil-Tank, Development, 760
  • Orc-Carrying, Strength of, 311
  • Passenger, Machinery Surveys, Board of Trade Regulations, 703
  • Oil Fuel Installations, Board of Trade Rules, 213
  • Safety of, Attitude of Board of Trade, 241
  • Propulsion of. See Marine Propulsion; Engines; Turbines; Propellers
  • Resistance of. See Ship Resistance
  • Rolling of. See Ships, Rolling of
  • Seaworthiness and Damage to Cargo, 405
  • Shallow-Draught, ” Wanhsien ’’for Yangtze- Kiang, 10*
  • Stability of. See Ships, Stability of
  • Steering in Shallow Waters and Canals, 833
  • Structural Strength of, 842
  • Suction between Passing Vessels, Model Experiments, 422
  • Torsion of, Stress Calculations, 516
  • Trim Indicator and Shoal Water Alarm. 617*
  • Twin-Screw, Unbalanced Rudders, Model Experiments, 243
  • Vibration of, Causes and Remedies, 515
  • Water-Tight Subdivision of. See BVdcr- Tig/it
  • See also Engines ; Marine Propulsion ;
  • Shipbuilding; Shipping; Ships; Tur¬bines; Warships; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Steaming Machine, Wheat, Invincible, 725
  • Steamships. See Ships ; Steamers ; Warships Steel for Aircraft Construction, Properties and
  • Treatment, 89*, 124
  • Analysis, Chemical Standards, 432, 631
  • Carbon, Annealed, Magnetism of, 811
  • Carriages, New York Subway, 127
  • Case-Hardening of. See Heat-Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Steel Castings and Forgings, British Empire Exhibition, 730, 788
    • Chimney, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 335*
    • Chromium. See Steel, Stainless
    • Cobalt-Chromium Magnetic Tests, 295*. See LETTER, 368
    • Conduit, Electric Wiring, Standard Specifi¬cation, 48
    • Corrosion. See Corrosion
    • Elastic, Properties and Uses, 489, 510*
    • Fatigue of. Sec Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
    • Forging Temperatures, 662
    • Foundry. See Foundry
    • Fractures of, Microphotographs, 630*
    • Framed Buildings, Earthquake-Resisting, 37
    • Furnaces. See Furnaces
    • Heat Treatment of. Sec Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
    • Industry, Fuel Economy, 741
    • Australian, 724
    • British, Canadian and Indian, 761
    • Products, British Empire Exhibition, 604*, 668, 730, 788
    • Resources of British Empire (Review), 706
    • Manganese, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 604, 730
    • Manufacture. See Metallurgy
    • Metallurgy and Mechanical Treatment (Review), 711
    • Microstructure of. See Microphotographs ; Metallography
    • Mild, Action of Cutting Tools, Microphoto¬graphs, 630*
    • High Elastic Limit, Properties and Uses, 489, 510*
    • and Nickel, Strength at High Tempera¬tures, 69*. See LETTER, 154
    • Permanent Magnet, Tests of Small Speci¬mens, 293*. See LETTER, 368
    • Plates, Oxytome Cutting Machine, 411* Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
    • Rails. See Rails; Metal-Price Diagrams
    • Railway Wheel, Davis Centrifugal Casting Process, 605*
    • Work, 742
    • Rolled, British Standard Sections, 826
    • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
    • Ropes. See Wire Roves
    • Rust Removal, Electrolytic Process, 25*. See 464
  • Silico-Manganese, Hardening, 663
  • Special, Developments in Metallurgy, 741. See Erratum, 776
  • Stainless, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 604
    • Use in Glass Industry, 588
  • Stamping, Developments and Applications, 124*
  • Stress, Distribution in. See Stress; Tests (Materials)
    • Tests of. See Tests (Materials).
    • Tubes, British Empire Exhibition, 605, 668, 788
    • Tubular Pit Props, 789
    • Towers, Power Transmission Lines, Tas¬mania, 694*
    • Vibrac, British Empire Exhibition, 668
    • Works. See Works
  • Steele, R., on Ship Design, 839*. See 834
  • Steelwork, Structural, British Empire Exhibi¬tion Buildings, 291*. See 225*, 263*
    • British Standard Rolled Sections, 826
    • Concrete Reinforcement for, 566
  • Steering Gear, Ships’, Standardisation, 255
  • Ships’, Williams-Janney Electro-Hy¬draulic, 803*
  • Ships, Shallow Waters and Canals, 833
    • Twin-Screw, Model Experiments with Unbalanced Rudders, 243
  • Stepped Ferro-Concrete Retaining Walls, 138
  • Sterilisation, Water, Chloronome Apparatus, 142*. See 266
  • Stereophagus Pump for Sewage, 692
  • Stereoscopic Sense and Binocular Vision, 826
  • Stereoscopy, Wide-Angle, Advantages, 826
  • Stern-Tube Appliances, B. R. Vickers (Leeds) Engineering Co., Ltd., 592*
  • Sterne, L., the late, 739*
  • Sterne, L., & Co., Ltd., Refrigerating Plant, Blackfriars Cold Stores, 42*. See LETTER, 206
  • Stigant, S. A., on Overhead Lines, 53
  • Still Marine Oil Engine, Advantages, 247 ; Trials of M. S. “ Dolius,” 459
  • Stills and Autoclaves, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 647
  • Stockdale, D., on Aluminium-Copper Alloys, 361
  • Stockman, B„ the late, 10
  • Stockton and Darlington Railway, Loco¬motion (No. 1), 535*
  • Stokers, Chain-Grate, British Empire Exhibi¬tion Power Station, Babcock <fe Wilcox, 334*. See 444 ; Thompson, 363*
  • Stone Crushing Plant (Hadflelds, Ltd.), 730
    • Crusher, Vickers’ Gyratory, 606*
  • Stop Valves. See Valves
  • Storage Battery. See Accumulator under Electric
    • Tanks, Petrol, Evaporation Losses, 82
  • Stores Organisation, Tool Stocks, 469
  • Stothert & Pitt, Ltd., Toplis Lulling Cranes : Palmers’ Dock, Swansea, 639 ; Southamp¬ton Docks 762*
  • Strained Iron, Production of Largo Crystals, 632, 651*, 687,
  • Strategical Considerations, Warship Design, 472, 475
  • Stream-Line Filter, Helc-Shaw, -67 Street Railway. Sec Tramways See Roads , j
  • Strength of Materials. See Stress and 2 ests (Materials)
  • Stresses, Alternating and Combined. See Tests (Materials)
  • Bridges, Effect of Deck System, 380 Secondary, 209
  • Calculations, Ship Design, 842
  • Heat, Marine Diesel Engines, 624. See 515
  • Measurement, Menai Suspension Bridge, 23
  • Optical Determination of. See Optical
  • in Pinions, Optical Investigation, 254*
  • Stresses in Reinforced Pipes, 87 (See 173). 154, 434
    • Repetitions. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
    • Torsional, in Ships, 516
  • Strikes. See Labour; Industrial Notes
  • Strip Metal, Testing of, 664. See 823
  • Strong Room Doors, Fortts Reinforced Con¬crete, 72*. See LETTER, 110
  • Structural Damage and Machinery Vibrations, 163*. See Erratum, 213 — Design, Bridges, Effect of Deck System on Stresses, 380
    • Earthquake-Resisting Buildings, 37
    • Girders, Transverse Oscillations, Live Load and Impact Allowances, 378
    • Secondary Stresses in, 209
    • Theory and Practice, 644
    • Engineers, Institution of, Dinner, 369; Inter¬national Cement Congress, 557, 566
  • Steelwork. See Steelwork — Strength of Ships, 842
  • Structures, Deflections of, Metrocline for Measuring, 237*
    • Ferro-Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete Struts. See Columns
  • Sturdee, Admiral Sir D., on Warship Design, 475. See 472
  • Sturtevant Ring-Roll Mill, Coal Pulverisation, 383*
  • Subaqueous Rock Breaking Equipment (Flem¬ing & Ferguson, Ltd.), 546*
  • Subdivision of Ships. See Water-Tight Submarine Boats. See Warships
    • Cable Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
    • Mines. See Mines
    • Sound Ranging, Position Finding, 299*
    • Sounding, Echo Method, 299*
  • Subsidies for Civil Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Sub-Stations, Great Lake Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tasmania, 792*
    • 33,000-Volt, Gorseinon Electric Supply, 260*; 295*
  • Subway, Glasgow, Electrification, 407
    • New York, Steel Carriages, 127
  • Suction Dredger. See Dredger
    • Gas Engine. See Engine, Gas
    • Producer. See Producer
    • between Passing Vessels, Model Experi¬ments, 422
  • Sudan Irrigation, Gezira Scheme, Pumping Plant, 624, 654*, 685* ; Excavator, 636*
  • Suez Canal, Steering Ships in, 833
  • Sugar Machinery, Treatise on (Review), 504
  • Sullivan Mine, Discovery and Development, 760
  • Sulphur Removal from Metals by Slags and Fluxes, 582
  • Sulzer Diesel Engine and Borehole Pump, 157,* 187*
    • Engines, M.S. “ Aorangi,” Trials, 376, See 801
    • Engine, Wallsend Slipway and Engi¬neering Co., Ltd., 744
  • Sunspot Frequency and Terrestrial Mag¬netism, 120
  • Super-Dreadnought Ejector, Vacuum Brake, 541*
  • Super-Elliot Woodworking Machine, 553
  • Superheat, Removal from Steam, Area Regu¬lators, 716*
  • Superheater, Hindlev Vertical Multitubular Boiler, 121*. See 187
    • Locomotive. See Locomotive
    • Thompson Water-Tube Boilers, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 363
  • Superheating, Thermodynamic Advantages, 191*
  • Supervising Electricians, National Association of: S. A. Stigant on Overhead Lines, 53
  • Surface Condensers. See Condensers
    • Grinding Machine. See Grinding under Machine Tools
    • Tension of Liquids, Effect of Magnetic Field, 385
  • Surge Tanks, Design, Principle of Similarity, 392*
  • Surveying, Hydrographical, Work of Admi¬ralty, 676
    • Instruments, Early History (Review), 22
    • Internal-Focussing Telescope, 576
  • Suyehiro, Prof. K., on Drift of Ships Caused by Rolling, 488
  • “ Swanley,” M.S., Trials of Diesel Engines, 502
  • Swansea, 33,000-Volt Electric Supply to Gorseinon, 260*, 295*
    • Palmers’ Dock and Ship-Repair Works, 602*, 637*
  • Swindon Railwav Works, Coal-Gas Plant, 164*, 228*, 328*, 421*.
  • Swinton, A. A. C., on Television, 401
  • Switch, Voltage-Varying, for Transformer (Brush Co.), 777*
    • Motor Starting. See Motors, Electric
  • Switchboard ’Bus Bars, Standard Markings, 173
  • Switchgear, Electric Locomotive, South Afri¬can Railways, 599*
    • Extra High Tension, Self Contained (Fer¬guson, Pailin Ltd.), 650*
    • Electric Winding Engine, British Engineer¬ing Exhibition Colliery, 793*
    • 33,000-Volt, Gorseinon Electric Supply, 260*, 295*
    • Great Lake Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tas¬mania, 595*, 792*
    • North Tees Power Station, 754*
    • Reyrolle, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 490
    • Truck Type, 6,600-Volt (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 543*
  • Switzerland, Ritom Lake Power Plant, Burst¬ing of Tunnel, 217
  • Systems, Shop. See IForAs Management

T

  • TABOR Moulding Machine, 824*
  • Tabulation, Trial Results, Heat Engines and Boilers, 831
  • Tactical Considerations, Warship Design, 472, 475
  • Tagg, S., on the Gas Industry, 834
  • Tail Shafts, Vista Stern-Tube Appliances, OvZ*
  • Takahasi, K., on Hardness of Metals, 662
  • Taku Bar, Dredger “ K’vai Li ” for, 547
  • Tangential Water Wheels. See Pelion Wheels
  • Tank, Experimental, Froude National, Work of, 823
    • Experiments, Marine Propellers, 842, 844*, See 832
    • Rolling of Ships, Effect of Bulges and Bilge Keels, 488, 745*, 777*
    • Rolling of Ships, Effect on Drift, 488
    • Unbalanced Rudders, Twin-Screw Ships, 243
    • See also Ship Models; Ship Resistance
    • Furnace, Production of Colourless Glass, 107
    • Locomotives. See Locomotives
    • Military, Progress with, 133. See 147, 270, 271, 313
    • Petrol-Storage, Evaporation Losses, 82
    • Ships, Motor. See Motor
    • Oil, Development, 760
  • Tanker British Aviator,” Launch, 680
  • Tapping Machine. See Machine Tools
    • Mains under Pressure, Apparatus for, 783*
  • Tar Distillation and Tar Products (Review), 118
    • Products, British Empire Exhibition, 646. 710 ’
    • Macadam Mixer, Cube Form, 702*
    • Plant, Using Slag, Port Clarence, 700*
  • Tasmania, Great Lake Hydro-Electric Scheme, 355*, 451*, 568*, 595*. 694*, 792*
  • Tata Company, Pelton Wheels for B6hira Power Station, 542*
  • Tattersall, A. R., & Co., Flour Mill Plant, 725
  • Taylor-Hobson Large-Aperture Lens, 670
  • Taxation, Effect on Production Costs, 340
  • Teaching. See Education
  • Technical College and Education. See Educa¬tion
    • Engineers, Society of; Salaries in Engineer¬ing Profession, 280
    • Societies. See Institutions; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Tees District, Electric Power Supply, North
  • Tees Power Station, 753*
  • Teeth, Gear. See Gear
  • Telegraphy, Submarine Cable, Work of Lord Kelvin, 800
    • Wireless, Atmospheric Interference, 709
    • Direction Finding, Loss of American Destroyers, 84*
    • Direction and Position Finding, 300
    • Elements of (Review), 454
    • London-Vienna Service, 84
    • Petrol Engine for Generator Driving, 76*
    • Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibi¬tion, 54
    • See also Valves, Thermionic
    • See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Telephone Apparatus, Early, British Empire Exhibition, 581
    • Exchanges, Automatic, 120-Watt Genera¬ting Set, 811*
    • Loud-Speaking, for Ships, &c., Electro Megaphone, 546*
    • Systems, Disturbance from Power Trans¬mission Lines, 556
  • Telephony, Loud-Speaking, Western Electric Public Address System, 560*
    • Wireless, Crystavox Microphone Ampli¬fier and Loud Speaker, 545*
    • Distortion in, 612
    • Elements of (Review), 454
    • Frenophone Loud Speaker, 545
    • Transatlantic, Developments, 709
    • See also Valves, Thermionic
    • See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Telescope, Internal-Focussing, Surveying In¬struments, 576
    • Objectives, Wave Lengths for Achromatism, 270
  • Telescopic Fire Ladder,Hydraulically-Operated, for Rangoon, 575*
  • Television, Possibilities of, 401
  • Temperature, Atmospheric, Effect on Workers, 427
    • Distribution in United States, 253*
    • Control, Automatic, Gas and Electric Furnaces, 55, 202*, 628*
    • Liquids, Area Regulator, 714*
    • for Dye Vats, 143*, 714
    • Measurement. See Pyrometry; Thermo¬metry
    • Recorder (Siemens, Brothers & Co., Ltd.), 55
    • Regulator, Monometer Gas Furnaces, 202
  • Tempering. See Heat Treatment under Metal¬lurgy
  • Tenders, Locomotive. See Locomotive.
  • Tenoning Machine, Internal Drive, 651
  • Tensile Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Tension, Surface. See Surface Tension.
  • Teredo, Protection of Timber Ships from, 5
  • Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Terrazzo Floors, Polishing Machine, 574
  • Terrestrial Magnetism. See Magnetism
  • Terry, J. M. & Co., Moulding Machine, 825
  • Testing Apparatus, Pneumatic Riveting Ham¬mer, 219*. See 202, 279
    • Instrument, Insulation Resistance, Meg Constant-Pressure Type, 11
    • Laboratory. See National Physical
    • Machines, Force Measurement, 148
    • Friction, Ball-Thrust Bearings, 693
    • Gear, National Physical Laboratory, 692
    • for Springs, 200*
    • See also Tests (Materials)
    • See also Tests (Materials); Trials
  • Tests, Aeronautical. See Aeronautics
    • Corrosion. See Corrosion
    • Efficiency, Daimler-Lanchester Worm Gear¬ing, 132
    • Gearing, Vickers, Bostock & Bramley System, 257*
    • Magnetic. See Magnetic

Tests (Materials) :

    • Alternating Stress, Failure of Brass Tubes, Feed-Water Heater, 344, 353*
  • Tests, Effect of Slag Inclusions, 583
  • Tests, Fatigue Range, 693
  • Tests, Mechanism of Failure, 823
    • Bending Test Bars and Engineering For- muhe, 663
    • Bending Test, Iron and Steel, at High Temperatures, 69*. See LETTER, 154
    • Hardness Testing Machine, Pyramidal- Diamond Type, 518*
    • Tests, Brinell, Recovery of Impression, 662
    • Calculation of Hardness Numbers, 618*
    • Determination of Silicon In Iron, 173*
    • Electro-Deposited Metals, 663
    • and Tensile Tests, Relationship, 662
    • Impact Tests, Izod, Brass, Determination
    • of Brittle Ranges, 344, 350*
    • Notched Bars, Theory and Practice, 512
    • Magnetic Tests. See Magnetic
    • Notched-Bar Impact Tests. See Impact Tests (above)
    • Sankey Bending Tests, Iron and Steel, High Temperatures, 69*. See LETTER, 154
    • Stress Determination, Optical. See Optical
    • Stresses in Materials and Structures. See Stress
    • Strip Metal, Testing of, 664. See 823
  • Tensile Strength and Electrical Resis¬tivity, Copper, Relationship, 347*
    • Tests, Aluminium, at High Tempera¬tures, 345
    • and Hardness Tests, Relationship, 662
    • High Elastic Limit Mild Steel, 510*. See 489
    • High Temperature, Iron and Steel, 69*. See LETTER, 154
  • Testing Machines, Force Measurement, 148
  • Transverse Tests. See Bending (above)
  • Tests, Sand Cone, Vibrations of Buildings, 163*. See Erratum, 213
    • Standard, for Hydraulic Plant, Report, 439*
    • Viscosity, Liquids, High Temperatures and Pressures, 693*
  • Text Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Textile Fabric for Aircraft, Properties, 805
    • Industry, Cotton Research, Shirley Institute Memoirs (Review), 813
    • Institute: J. E. Ramsbottom on Aircraft Fabrics, 805
    • Machinery, Automatic Loom (R. Hall & Sons (Bury), Ltd.), 549*
    • Cloth Folding and Measuring Machine (R. Hall & Sons (Bury), Ltd.), 550*
    • Loom for Belt Weaving (R. Hall & Sons (Bury), Ltd.), 549*
    • Loom for Weaving Horsehair Cloth (R. Hall & Sons (Bury), Ltd.), 549*
    • Wool-Washing Plant (Hughes & Lan¬caster, Ltd.), 841*
  • Thermal Conductivity, Rarefied Gases, 429
    • Efficiency, Power Stations, 113, 403, 412.
    • See LETTERS, 434, 464. See also 753
    • Internal-Combustion Engines, Standards for Comparison, 429, 467. See LETTERS, 558, 585. See also 831
    • Endurance of Glass, 808
    • Properties, Methyl Chloride, Report, 613
    • Radiation. See Heat Radiation
    • Stresses, Marine Diesel Engines, 624. See 515
  • Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Thermionic Valves. See Valves; Telegraphy, Wireless; Telephony, Wireless
  • Thermit Welding Process, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 647
  • Thermodynamics, Binary-Fluid Turbines, Mercury-Vapour, 14, 57, 88, 191*, 414
    • Efficiencv, Power Stations, 113, 189*, 403, 412. See LETTERS, 434,464. See also 753
    • Power Production, Two-Stage Steam Gene¬ration, 113
    • Properties of Steam, Proposed Measure¬ments, 579
    • Specific Heat of Gases and Molecular Struc¬ture, 580
    • Steam Nozzles Research Committee, Report, 657, 673, 681*
    • Re-heating during Expansion, Turbo-Generator, 754
    • Thermal Properties of Methyl Chloride, 614
    • Work of Lora Kelvin, 799
  • Thermo-Magnetic Properties, Iron, 812
  • Thermometer, Recording (Siemens, Brothers & Co., Ltd.), 55
    • See also Pyrometer
  • Thermometry, Meteorological, Glaisher Stand and Stevenson Screen, Comparisons, 496
  • Thermostat, Temperature-Regulating, Mono¬meter Gas Furnaces, 202*
  • Thomas, G. H., on Aerial Transport, 312
  • Thompson, A. B., on Oil-Well Drilling, 741
  • Thompson, Prof. F. C., on Fatigue Failure of Brass Tubes, 353*. See 344 ; on Defor¬mation of Alpha and Gamma Iron, 631
  • Thompson Water-Tube Boilers, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 363*. See 387*
  • Thomson, Capt. H. L., the late, 366
  • Thorig Ferro-Concrete Safes, 72*. See LETTER, 110
  • Thornton, Prof. W. M., on Use of Electricity in Coal Mines, 179; on Safety Lamps Giving Warning of Gas, 716*
  • Thorpe, Prof. J. F., on Colours, Stains and Dyes, 570; on Chemical Research in India, 614
  • Thorpe, W. H., on Building in Earthquake Countries, 37
  • Threads, Screw. See Screw
  • Three-Phase. See Generator; Motor; Loco¬motive ; Power; Railway
  • Throttle Valve. See Valve
  • Thrust Bearing. See Bearing
    • Block, Michell, SS. “ Empress of Australia,” 268*
    • of Propellers. See Propellers; Aeronautics
  • Thunderstorms, Effect on Wireless Telegraphy, 709
  • Tide, Lunar Atmospheric, 270
  • Tidmus, J. J., on Corrosion of Zinc and Lead, 359
  • Timber, Australian, British Empire Exhibition, 723
  • Timber, Pipes, Tasmanian Water-Power Scheme, 569*
    • Ships, Protection from Marine Organisms, 5
  • Time-Keeping, Electrically-Controlled Clocks, British Empire Exhibition, 582
    • Marking System, Meteorological Instru¬ments, 826
  • Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Mining in Malaya, 760
    • Plate Industry, Fluxes in, 583
    • and Tinplate Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Tintic Milling Co., Lead-Extraction Plant, 319
  • Tizard, Lieut.-Col. H. T., on Fuel Economy in Flight, 738
  • Tools, Cutting, Action on Brass and Steel, Microphotographs, 630*
    • Machine. See Machine Tools
    • Pneumatic. See Machine Tools
    • Room Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
    • Stores Organisation, Maximum and Mini¬mum Stocks, 469
    • Steel. See Steel
  • Toothed Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Topiis Luffing Cranes, Palmers’ Dock, Swansea, 639 ; Southampton Docks, 762*
  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers. See Warships
  • Torsion, Effect on Conductivity of Metals, 288
    • Meter, Moullin Electro-magnetic, 648, 764*
    • of Ships Stress Calculations 516
  • Torsional Vibrations, Shafts Model Experi¬ments, 423
  • Tosi Diesel Engine, 130 H.P., and Electric Generator, 530*
  • Tosi, F., Cargo Steamers ” Principessa Giovanna ” and “ Principessa Maria,” 821*
  • Towers, Steel, Power Transmission Lines, Tasmania, 694*
  • Town, F., & Sons, Radial Drill, 698*
  • Town Gas. See Gas
  • Traction, Electric. See Railivays ; Tramways
    • Motors. See Motors, Electric
  • Tractors, Military, Progress with, 133. See 147, 270, 271, 313
    • Motor, Armstead, for Use on Snow, 318* K^gresse System, 347*
    • Pavesi Articulated, 317*. See Erratum, 368
    • for Rough and Roadless Country, 242, 282*, 317*, 347*. See Erratum, 368
  • Trade, Australian, Report on, 150
    • Belgian, Report on, 438
    • British, with China, Development, 468
    • Empire, Development, 555
    • Engineering Exports, Statistics, 836
    • Engineering, Importance of Prestige, 829
    • with Italy, 501
    • Motor-Car, Requirements of Overseas Markets, 830
    • with New Zealand, 262
    • Representation in Western Canada, 810
    • Disputes. See Labour; Industrial Notes
    • Exhibition. See Exhibition
    • Prospects in 1924, 17
    • Sea-Borne, and Submarine Warfare (Re¬view), 442
    • South African, German and American Com¬petition, 52
    • Unions. See Labour; Industrial Notes
  • Trailer Car, H. I. C., for Motor Transport, 186
  • Tramway Motors, Specification for Perfor¬mance, 62
    • Stresses in Pinions, Optical Investiga¬tions, 254*
    • Strike and London Passenger Traffic, 406
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Transatlantic Wireless Telephony, Recent Developments, 709
  • Transfer Pump, Oil Fuel (A. G. Mumford, Ltd.), 692
  • Transformation Points, Metals. See Metallurgy
  • Transformers, 33,000-Volt, Gorseinon Electric Supply, 260*. See 295*
    • Great Lake Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tas¬mania, 595*, 792*
    • 3 and 6 Phase, for Rotary Converter (Brush Co.), 777*
    • 3 Phase, with Voltage-Varying Gear (Brush Co.), 777*
  • Transmission Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
    • of Power. See Marine Propulsion ; Power Transmission
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics
    • Institute of: E. M. Lewis on Inland Water¬ways, 56; Annual Dinner, 236; G. H.
  • Thomas on Aerial Transport, 312; H. A.
    • Watson on Control of Locomotive Work¬ing, 469 ; Bristol Congress, 729 ; (Gradu¬ates’ Section), Horse *and Motor Haulage, by E. Falconer, 405
    • London-Suburban Passenger Traffic, 406
    • Motor. See Road ; Motor
    • Railway. See Railway
    • and Resources of Empire (Review), 707
    • Road. See Road; Motor
    • Sea, Coastal Shipping, 487
    • Future of, 486
  • Transvaal, Hartebeestpoort Dam, 323
  • Transverse Oscillations, Girders, Live Load and Impact Allowances, 378
    • Bulkheads. See Water-Tight Subdivision
    • Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Transverter, High-Tension, Direct-Current Transmission, 563*. See LETTERS, 649, 669, 712, 744, 796, 825
  • Travelling Crane. See Crane
  • Trench-Digging Machine, Barber-Greene, 574*
    • Machine, Pull-Shovel, 519*
  • Trials, Boiler, Howden-Ljungstrom Air Heaters, 210, 608. See 641
    • Diesel Engines, Admiralty Engineering Laboratory, 591*, 624, 625*. See 515
    • Engines, M.S. ” Aorangi,” 376. See 801
    • Engine, Double-Acting Marine, North-Eastern Werkspoor, 707*, 771
    • Engine, Fraser & Chalmers, 732*
    • Engines, North British, for M.S. ” Swan-ley,” 502
    • Engine, Palmer-Camellaird-Fullagar, 409
    • Engines, Wad-el-Nau Pumping Plant, Sudan, 686*. See 624, 654*
  • Trials, Diesel Engine, Wallsend-Sulzer, 744
    • Engine and Boiler, Committee on Tabula¬tion of Results, 831
    • Internal-Combustion Engines, Standards of Comparison for Thermal Efficiency, 429, 467. See LETTERS, 558, 585. See also 831
    • M.S. ” Dolius,” Scott-Still Engines, 459
    • Pumping Plant, Land Drainage, Holland, 447
    • 30,000-KW. Turbo-Generator for Rother¬ham,65*. See 134*
    • See also Tests
  • Trim Indicator and Shoal-Water Alarm for Ships, 617*
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines, Steam
  • Trist, R., <fc Co., Guardian Low-Water Alarm for Boilers, 711
  • Trolleys, Railway Inspection, Petrol, 667
  • Troughton Dividing Engine, 270
  • Truck, Railway. See Wagon
  • Type Switchgear (English Electric Co., Ltd.). 543*
  • Tubes, Brass, Feed-Water Heater, Fatigue Failure, 344, 353*
    • Condenser, Corrosion of, 574
    • Continuous Rolling Mill for, 622*
    • Mills, Pulverisation of Coal, 383
    • Railways. See Underground Railways
    • Steel, British Empire Exhibition, 605, 668, 788
    • Wells. See Wells
    • See also Pipes
  • Tubes, Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 788
  • Tubs, Mine, Electro-Pneumatic Decking Plant, 756*
  • Tubular Pit Props, Steel, 789
  • Tucker, Major M. S., Tyndall Lectures on Acoustical Problems, 810
  • Tuckwell, H. M. S., on Indian Iron and Steel Industry, 761
  • Tudsbery, H. T., on Menai Bridge, 23
  • Tug, Motor, Hotchkiss Hydraulic Propulsion, 13*
  • Tunnel, Ritom Lake Power Plant, Bursting, 217
    • in Rock, Expansion under Hydraulic Pressure, 217
    • Moffat Railroad, Colorado, 473
    • Widening, City and South London Railw ay, 561; Earth Subsidence, 520
  • Tunnelling Work, Camden Town Junction, London Underground Railways, 561
  • Turbine Discs, Vibrations, Apparatus for Investigating, 648
    • Driven Oil Pump, Turbo-Generator, 134*
    • Hydraulic, Design, Principle of Similarity, 392*
    • 25,000 H.P., Sorocaba Power Station, Brazil (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 541*
    • Standard Tests, Report, 439*
    • 30,000 H.P., Twin-Impulse Type, Behira Power Station (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 542*
    • Waddamana Power Station, Tasmania, 595*
    • See also Poiver Plant ; Pelton Wheels
    • Mercury-Vapour, 14, 47, 88, 191*, 414
    • Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal
    • Steam, Application to Marine Auxiliaries, 477*, 489. See 821*
    • Blading for. See Blades ; Blading
    • Electric Power Stations, Development, 412
    • and 1 j-KW. Generator for Outdoor Lighting, 44*
    • Marine, Board of Trade Regulations for Survey, 703
    • Marine, Geared. See Marine Propulsion
    • Marine, Italian Cargo Steamers, 821*
    • Nozzles Research Committee, Report, 657, 673, 681*
    • Reduction Gears, Possibilities of Worm Gearing, 131
    • Reheating Steam during Expansion, 754
    • 20,000-KW. Shanghai, Failure of, 18, 645
    • See also Turbo-Generators
    • Steamers. See Steamers ; Warships
  • Turbo-Generator, 1,500 KW., British Thomson-Houston, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 388*
    • 3,000-KW., Brush-Ljungstrom, Lough¬borough Pow’er Station, 766
    • 12,000-KW., Colenso Power Station (C.A. Parsons <V Co., Ltd.), 721*
    • 1,500-KW., English Electric Co., British Empire Exhibition Pow’er Station, 455*
    • 1,500-KW., Howden-General Electric Co., British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 425*
    • 16-KW., Marine Auxiliary, Italian Cargo Steamers, 822*
    • Marine Auxiliaries, 478*. See 489, 822*
    • 20,000-KW., North Tees Power Station, 754*
    • 14-KW., for Outdoor Lighting, 44*
    • Reheating Steam during Expansion, 754
    • 30,000-KW., for Rotherham, 65*, 134*
    • 20,000-KW., Shanghai, Failure 18, 645
  • Turner Brothers Asbestos Co., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 710
  • Turner, Prof. T., Presidential Address to Insti¬tute of Metals, 344
  • Turner, S., Ltd., Generator Set for Telephone Exchange, 811*
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Machine Tools
    • See Machine Tools
  • Tutin, J., Analysis of Ship Resistance, 517
  • Tyndall Lectures on Acoustical Problems, by Major M. S. Tucker, 810
  • Typographical Association and London Society of Compositors, Agreement, 407
  • Tyre Boring Mill, Acton Car-Repair Shops, 230*
    • Fixing Rolls, Acton Car Repair Shops, 232*
    • Heating Furnace, Induction Type, 230*
    • Retaining Studs, Drilling and Tapping Machine, 232*
    • Shops, Acton Car Repair Works, 229*

U

  • UEHLING Carbon Monoxide Recorder, 77
  • Uganda, Rainfall Distribution, 702
  • Underground Railways, London, Acton Car Repair Shops, 195*, 229* ; Traffic Pro¬blem, 406; Tunnel Widening, City and South London Line, Earth Subsidence, 520; Progress of Work, 561; Camden Town Junction Improvements, 561
    • New York Subway, Steel Carriages, 127
    • Water, Gas Analysis and Oil Prospecting, 78
  • Unemployment. See Labour
  • Unlflow Engine (J. Carmichael & Co., Ltd.), 808
  • Union Steamship Co., New Zealand, M.S. “Aorangi,” 376, 801
  • Unions, Trade. See Labour; Industrial Notes
  • United States, Atmospheric Temperature Dis¬tribution, 253*
    • Bureau of Mines: Report on Evaporation Losses, Petrol Storage Tanks, 82; Oil Prospecting, Analysis of Gases in Under¬ground Water, 78; Analysis of Rare Metals, 119; Paraffin Problem in Oil Wells, 119; Conductivity and Specific Heat of Refractories, 300; Training in Mine-Rescue Work, 393 ; Effect of Air Temperature and Humidity on Workers, 427; Carbon Monoxide Self-Rescuers, 496; Screening of Illinois Coal, 496 ; Production of Sponge Iron, 497 ; Relative Importance of Colliery Accidents, 497 ; Use of Oxy¬gen in Blast Furnaces, 497 ; Beneflciation of Iron Ores, 567 ; Low-Temperature Coke, 576; Occurrence and Uses of Zirconium, 676 ; Conversion of Alunite to Aluminium Sulphate, 577 ; Temperatures in Blast Furnaces Using Charcoal, 588 ; Vanadium Ore Deposits, 609 ; Natural and Artificial Spinel, 827
    • Bureau of Standards, Measurements of Properties of Steam, 579
    • Destroyers, Loss of, and Wireless Direc¬tion Finding, 84*
    • Merchant Shipbuilding in 1923, 106
    • Moffat Tunnel, Colorado, 473
    • Navy. See United States under Warships
    • Railways. See Railways; Railroads
    • Trade with South Africa, 52
    • See also America
  • United Water Softeners, Ltd., Water Softener, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 333
  • Unity Crankshaft, Marine Diesel Engine, 707*. See 771
  • University College Engineering Society, Din ner, 182
    • Engineering Laboratories, 738
    • Ramsay Memorial Laboratory, 116
    • Harvard, Measurement of Properties of Steam, 579
    • See also Education
  • Upper Atmosphere. See Atmosphere
  • Utting, Major S., the late, 640

V

  • VACUA, High and Low7, Properties of Gases ii 330, 365*, 387*, 429*
  • Vacuum Brake. See Brake — Gauges for High Vacua, 387*, 429*
    • Pump. See Pump
    • Tube. See RQntgen Rays ; Telegraphy, Wire less; Telephony, Wireless; Valves, Then mionic
  • Vallance, R. H., on Coefficients of Expansion Metals and Alloys, 352*. See 344
  • Valparaiso Military Aeroplane (Vickers, Ltd.) 551*
  • Valve, Balanced, Controlling 30,000-H.P Pelton Wheel, 542*
    • Fuel-Spraying, Diesel Engines, Admiralty Experiments, 590*, 625*
    • Gate, Handy Quick-Acting, 815*
    • Gear, Diesel Engine, M.S. ” Sevilla,” 532*
    • Walschaert, Locomotive, 538*, 665*
    • Hydraulic, High Pressures, Homeyard, 745*
    • Inlet and Discharge, Ammonia Compressor, 42*. See LETTER, 206
    • Manoeuvring, Double Ferranti Type, Italian Cargo Steamers, 822*
    • Plug, Water Mains, Lundgren-Boyd Remote Control, 814*
    • Cock, Cork-Packed, for Petrol, 303*
    • Reducing, Mine-Rescue Apparatus, 807*
    • Steam-Pressure Control, Area Regulators, 714*
    • Self-Closing, Water Mains, Edwards’, 814
    • Sluice, 50-in. Electrically-Operated (Glen¬field & Kennedy, Ltd.), 784*
    • Sluice, Roller, Hartebeestpoort Dam, 325*
    • Stop and Governing, 30,000-Kw. Turbo-Generaor, 134*
    • Thermionic, Amplifiers, Public – Address System, Loud-Speaking Telephony, 560
    • Development of, British Empire Exhi¬bition, 581
    • Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhi¬bition, 55
    • See also Telegraphy, Wireless; Tele¬phony, Wireless
    • and Valve Gear. See also Engines
  • Vanadium Ore Deposits, 609
  • Vanguard Aeroplane (Vickers, Ltd.), 550
  • Variable-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • Varnishes and Components (Review), 153
    • and Paints, Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 646, 710
  • Vats, Dye, Temperature Controller 143*, 714
  • Vedeler, G., on Torsion of Ships, 516
  • Velocity of Sound in Sea Water, Formula, 299
  • Ventilating and Heating Engineers, Institu¬tion of. See Heating
    • and Heating Trades, Classes in DomesticEngineering, 214
  • Ventilation, Cooling System, Parsons Turbo- Generator, 723*
    • Mine, Theory and Practice (Review), 615
  • Ventimotor Wind-Driven Electric Lighting Plant, 711
  • Venturi Water Meter, Pulsating Flow, 7*. See 785
    • Meters, Values of Coefficient, 440*
  • Vertical Retorts, Dempster-Toogood Con¬tinuous, Swindon Gas Works, 164*, 228*, See 328*, 421*
  • Vibrac Steel, British Empire Exhibition, 608
  • Vibrating Fibre Gauge for High Vacua, 387*. See 429
  • Vibrations of Buildings, Sand-Cone Tests, 163. See Erratum, 213
    • Machinery, and Structural Damage, 163*. See Erratum, 213
    • Resonant, Possible Sources of Trouble, 049
    • of Ships, Causes and Remedies, 515
    • Torsional, Shafts, Model Experiments, 423
    • Turbiue Discs, Apparatus for Investigating, 648
  • Vickcen Centrifugal Separators, 820
  • Vickers, B. R. (Leeds) Engineering Co., Ltd., Stern-Tube Appliances, 592*
  • Vickers, Ltd., Tests of Enveloping Gear Teeth, 257*; Shell Kerbside Petrol Pump, 301* ; Hardness Testing Machine, 518* ; Aeroplanes at British Empire Exhibition, 550* ; Tool-Room Lathe and Gear-Shaping Machine, British Empire Exhibition, 553*; Gyratory Rock Crusher, 606* ; Research Laboratory, British Empire Exhibition, 614. See 606* ; Electric Winder, British Empire Exhibition, 633* ; Broaching Machine, British Empire Exhibition, .696* ; Naval Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 801
  • Victaulic Flexible Pipe Joints, 205*
  • Victoria Dock District, London, Access, 584 Vigit Light Aeroplane, 551*
  • Vienna-London Service, Wireless Telegraphy, 84
  • Viscosity of Glass, Effect of Constituents, 808
    • of Slurry, Cement Manufacture, 566
    • Standard Method of Determining, 186
    • Tests, Liquids, High Temperatures and Pressures, 693*
  • Viscous Liquids, Vortex Motions, Demonstra¬tion, 674
  • Vista Stern-Tube Appliances, 592*
  • Vocational Training, Manual Workers, 341
  • Voltage Measurement, Use of Neon Lamp, 674
  • Vortex Motions, Viscous Liquid, Demonstra¬tion, 674
  • Vulcan Aeroplane (Vickers, Ltd.), 551*
  • Vulcan Boiler and General Insurance Co., Ltd., Report on Breakdowns of Elec¬trical Machinery, 520

W

  • WAD-EL-NAU Pumping Station, 624, 654*, 685*. See 636*
  • Waddamana Power Station, Tasmania, 595*
  • Waddell, J., the late, 335
  • Wadkin <fc Co., Electric Drive for Planing Machines, Working Results, 120* ; Mortis¬ing and Boring Machine for Wood, 268* ; Tenoning Machine, 651*
  • Wages. See Labour
  • Wagons, Motor. See Motor Wagons ; Tractors
    • Side Dumping, Gas Plant, Swindon Rail¬way Works, 328*
  • Wake, J. F., Tar-Macadam Plant, 700*
  • Walker, R. D., on Underdrainage, 141
  • Wall, A. T., on High Elastic Limit Mild Steel, 510*. See 489
  • Wall, Dr. T. F., on Magnetic Testing of Small Specimens, 293*. See LETTER, 368
  • Walls, Retaining, Stepped Ferro-Concrete, 138
  • Wallis, R., the late, 145
  • Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Co., Ltd.,
  • Wallsend-Sulzer Marine Diesel Engine, 744,
  • Walmsley, Dr. R. M., the Late, 804
  • Walschaert Valve Gear, Locomotives, 538*, 665*
  • “ Wanhslen,” Shallow-Draught Steamer for Yangtze-Kiang, 10*
  • War, European. See European War
  • Warehouse Construction, Use of Ciment Fondu, 144
  • Warfare, Naval. See Warships
    • Use of Aircraft in. See Aeronautics
  • Waring, F. J., the late, 177

Warships :

  • Admiralty Laboratory, Diesel Engine Investigations, 515, 559, 589*, 624*
  • Aviation, Naval. See Aeronautics
  • Bulge Protection against Torpedo Attack, 472, 475. See 488, 745*, 777*
  • Cruisers, French Construction, 211
  • Destroyers, French Construction, 211
  • French Naval Construction Programme, 211, 393
  • Establishments, Reorganisation, 613
    • Torpedo Boat ” Enseigne Gabolde,” 483*, 571*
  • Guns, Naval. See Guns
  • H.M. Battle Cruisers " Renown ” and “ Repulse,” Lord Fisher’s Instruc¬tions for Construction, 709
    • Navy, Diesel Engine Investigations, 515, 559, 589*, 624*
    • Estimates 1924-25, 375
  • Exhibit at British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 675*
    • Light-Cruiser Programme, 116
    • Recent Developments in Naval Architecture, 115. See 709
  • Warship Design, Strategical and Tactical Considerations, 472, 475
  • Submarine, ” L.24,” Loss of, 82
  • Warships, ” Royal Sovereign ” Class,
  • Effect of Bulges and Bilge Keels on Rolling, 488, 745*, 777*
    • Mine, Submarine, Vickers’, 801* ; Para¬vane for Defence, 802*
    • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
    • Bases, Floating Docks as, 832, 837*
    • United States Navy, San Francisco Bay, 341
    • Construction, Recent Developments, <15. See 709
    • and Unemployments, 116
    • Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 675*, 801*
    • Guns. See Guns
    • Submarines, Depth Charge for Destruc¬tion, 802
  • Submarines, French Construction Pro¬gramme, 211
    • ” L.24,” Loss of, 82
    • Mine, Vickers’, 801*; Paravane for Defence, 802*
    • in Naval Warfare and Warship Design, 472, 475
    • Resistance of, Principle of Similarity 357 — Vickers, Ltd., 802
  • Warfare and Seaborne Trade (Review), 442
    • Torpedo Attack, Bulge Protection against, 472, 475. See 448, 745*, 777*
    • United States Destroyers, Loss of, and Wireless Direction Finding, 84*
    • Navy, Naval Base, San Francisco Bay, 341
  • Warships, Bulge Protection Torpedo At¬tack, 472, 475. See 488, 745*, 777*
    • Construction, Vickers, Ltd., 802 —
    • Design, Strategical and Tactical Con¬siderations, 472, 475
    • Repairs, Use of Floating Docks, 832,837* See also Naval in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Washer, Sand, for Filter Beds, Peebles, 784
  • Washing Machine for Casks, 367*
  • Wool (Hughes & Lancaster, Ltd.), 841*
    • Plant for Bottles, 105*
    • Coke, Gas Works, Swindon, 421*
  • Waste-Heat Recovery, Diesel Engines, 122*
    • Recovery, Open Hearth Practice, 632
  • Water, Boiler-Feed, Chemistry of (Review), 154
    • Feed, Treatment of, 267, 286
    • Cooling Towers, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 490
    • Determination of Hardness, 267
    • Engineers, Institution of, F. J. Dixon on Somerford Pumping Station, 155*, 187*
    • Filters. See Filters
    • Flow Measurements, Standard Tests, 439*, 441
    • in Pipes and Channels, Measurement by Salt, 439, 441
    • in Pipes, Measurement by Orifice, 440*
    • over Weirs, Formulae, 439, 441
    • Gas. See Gas
    • Heaters. See Feed-Water Heaters
    • Mains, Cleaning Apparatus, Water-Pro¬pelled, 587*
    • Cole Recording Pitometer for, 785
    • Tapping under Pressure, 783*
    • Valves for. See Valves
    • with Victaulic Joints, London Water Supply, 205*
    • Meter, Cole Recording Pitometer, 785
    • Eccentric Drum Type (G. Kent, Ltd.), 786*
    • Fan Type (Guest & Chrimes, Ltd.), 814*
    • Imperial, Measuring Fixed Quantities, 749*
    • Venturi Type, Pulsating Flow, 7*. See 785
    • Venturi, Values of Coefficient, 44*
    • Power, Irish, Development of, and German Contractors, 339, 572
    • Tasmania, Great Lake Scheme, 355*, 451*, 568*, 595*, 694*, 792*
    • See also Hydraulic ; Pelton Wheel; Poiver Plant; Poiver, Water ; Turbine, Hydraulic
    • Pressure, Expansion of Tunnels in Rock, 217
    • Purification for Industrial Purposes, 266, 286, 287
    • Sea, Corrosion of Muntz Metal by, 625
    • Softeners, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 333, 363
    • Softening, Barium-Carbonate Process, 267
    • Doucil Process, 287, See 267
    • Lime-Soda and Zeolite Processes, 286, See 267
    • Plant, Domestic, Zeolite Process, 626
    • Sterilisation, Chlorine, Chloronome Appa¬ratus, 142*. See 266*
    • Supply, Bombay, New Pipe Line, 315
    • British Empire Exhibition, 228
    • Catchment Areas, Effect on Discharge of Waterways of Bridges, 87 ; Effect of Shape on Flood Discharge, 87
    • Emergency, Military, Agricultural and Colonial (Review), 755
    • London, Water Main with Victaulic Joints, 205* ; Centrifugal Pump, Little¬ton Reservoir, 689*
    • Palestine, Military Operations, 133
    • Rainfall and Run-off Catchment Areas, 40*, 87, 193*
    • Rural Districts, Legal Aspects, 343
    • South Staffordshire, Somerford Pumping Station, 155*, 187*
    • See also Irrigation ; Wells
    • Tight Subdivision of Ships, 157*, 241, 844. See 832
    • Tube Boiler. See Boiler
    • Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic ; Pelton Wheels ; Power Plant
    • Underground, Gas Analysis and Oil Pros¬pecting, 78
    • Wheels. See Pelton Wheels ; Turbines, Hy¬draulic ; Power Plant
    • Works Appliances, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 783*, 814*
    • Calcutta, Centrifugal Pump, 689
    • See also Water Supply and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Waterloo Bridge, London, Proposed Recon¬struction, 470, 584, 766
  • Waterways. See Rivers ; Canals ; Navigation, Inland
  • Watkinson, Prof. W. H., Trials of Fraser & Chalmers Diesel Engine, 7326
  • Watson, H. A., on Locomotive Working, 469
  • Watson, Laidlaw & Co., Ltd., Centrifugal Machines, British Empire Exhibition, 818*
  • Watt Anniversary Lecture, by Sir E. T. d’Eyncourt, on Developments in Naval Architecture, 115. See 709
  • Watt, D. A. F., on Discharge through Sluices, Assuan Dam, 281
  • Waukegan Electric Power Station, 255
  • Waves, Effect on Ship Propulsion, 516. See 422
    • Making Resistance, Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Weather. See Meteorology
  • Weaving Machinery. See Looms; Textile Machinery
  • Weight Considerations, Aeroplane Design, 123
    • Propelling Machinery, Warships, 559. See 515
  • Weir, G. J., on Thermal Efficiency of Power Production, 113
  • Weir, G. & J., Ltd., Monel Metal Exhibit, British Empire Exhibition, 669
  • Weirs, Water Flow over, Formulte, 439, 441. See 327
  • Welding, Arc and Acetylene, Fluxes and Slags in, 582
    • and Acetylene, Chemical Aspects, 221*
    • Engineers, Institution of: J. R. Booer on Chemical Aspects of Welding, 221*
    • Thermit, Process Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 647
  • Wellman Smith Owen Engineering Corporation Ltd., Cldre Mechanical Shovel, 495*
  • Wells. G. J., on Thermal Efficiency of Internal- Combustion Engines, 429. See 467, 558, 585. See also 831
  • Wells, Artesian, Sampling Water, Different Depths, 157*
    • Boring Operations, I Somerford Pumping, Station, 155*
    • Oil, Electric Power, Drilling and Pumping, 214
    • Methods of Drilling, Evolution, 741
    • Paraffin Deposits in, 119
  • Wembley Park, British Empire Exhibition. See British Empire Exhibition
  • Wentworth-Shields, F. E., on Portland Cement in Sea Water, 557
  • Werkspoor Double-Acting Marine Diesel En¬gine, 707, 771*
  • West African Section, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 528*
    • Indian Pavilion, British Empire Exhiibition, 528*
  • Western Canada, Trade Representation, 810
  • Western Electric Co., Ltd., Public Address System, 560*; Transatlantic Wireless Telephony, 709
  • Westerndorp, Prof. F., on Coal Handling at Rotterdam, 619
  • Westgren, A. F., on X-Ray Studies, Copper- Aluminium Alloys, 360
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Co., Ltd., Safety Appliances, Mine - Winding Operations, 728*, 756*
  • Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., l|-Kw. Turbo-Generator, 44*
  • Wharf Cranes See Cranes
  • Wheat-Steaming Machine, Invincible, 725
  • Wheaton, H. J., on Doucil Water-Softening Process, 287. See 267
  • Wheels, Gear. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
    • Pressed Steel, for Industrial Cars, 126*
    • Railway, Steel, Davis Centrifugal Casting Process, 605*
    • Lathes for Turning, 695*
    • and Tyre Shops, Acton Car Repair Works, 229*
  • White Metal. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • White, T., & Sons, Ltd., Planing Machine for Wood, 445*
  • Whitehead’s Theory of Relativity, 384
  • Whitmore’s Brake and Overwind Preventer, Winding Engines, 678*
  • Wickham, W. G., Report on South African Economic Position, 52
  • Widlake Pressure Indicators, Gas Mains, 710
  • Wild-Barfield Furnaces, Heat Treatment of Razor Blades, 713*
  • Wilkinson Sword Co., Ltd., Electric Furnaces, Heat Treatment of Razor Blades, 713
  • Williams, E., on Economics of Coal Mining Industry, 740
  • Williams, Prof. E. C., on Silica Gel, 622
  • Williams-Janney, Variable-Speed Gear, 803
  • Willing Worker Petrol Engine and Saw, 410
  • Wilson, A. H., the Late, 300
  • Wilson, D. R., on Industrial Fatigue, 181
  • Wilson, E. W., on Repair and Upkeep of Pneumatic Tools, 219*. See 202,277*, 313
  • Wilson Optical-Projection Comparator, 606
  • Wilson, S. H. J., on Low-Tin Bronze, 346
  • Wilson, W. J., on Crude Oils of Burmah and Assam 470
  • Wind-Driven Electric Lighting Plant, ** Venti¬motor,” 711
    • Effect on Ship Propulsion, 516. See 422
    • Gauge, Recording (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 20*
    • and Ocean Currents, Relationship, 270
    • Tunnels, See Aeronautics
  • Winding Engine, Electric (Vickers, Ltd.), 633
    • Electric, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 677*, 793*
  • Whitmore’s Brake and Overwid Pre¬venter, 678*
  • Winter, J. R., on Stamping Practice, 124*
  • Wires and Cylinders, Air Resistance, Principle of Similarity, 391*
    • Fine, Projection Micrometer for Measuring, 716*. See 20
    • Rod, Continuous Rolling Mills, 620*, 631
    • Ropes and Ropeways, British Empire Exhi¬bition, 730, 789
    • Signalling, Standard Specification, 763
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
    • Telephony. See Telephony
  • Wiring, Electric, Steel Conduit, Standard Specification, 48
  • Wohler’s Tests. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials).
  • Wolseley Motor Sleigh, 318
  • Wood, A. J., on Insulation of Refrigerator Cars, 217*, 252*
  • Wood, Plastic, Necol, Pattern Making, 825
    • Stave Pipes, Tasmanian Water Power Scheme 569*
  • Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools
  • Wool-Washing Machine (Hughes & Lancaster, Ltd.), 841*
    • Compensation. See Labour

Works :

    • Car Repair Shops, Underground Railways, Acton, 195*, 229*
    • Chemical Works, Oppau, Cause of Explo¬sion, 601
    • Factory Legislation. See Labour
  • Glass Works, Use of Pyrometers, 269
  • Ship Repair Works, Swansea, Palmers’, 602*, 637*
  • Steel Works Practice, Development, 611, 616
  • Swindon Railway Works, Coal-Gas Plant, 164*, 228*, 328*, 421*
  • Works Management, Education in, 311. See 247
    • Factors Affecting Production Costs, 273, 308, 340, 374. See LETTERS, 313, 397
    • Factory Legislation. See Labour
    • Rest Pauses in Repetition Work, 310
    • Tool Stores Organisation, 469
  • Workmen. See Labour
  • Workshop Laboratory, Vickers, Ltd., British Empire Exhibition, 614. See 606*
    • See JForLs-; Machine Tools
  • World Power Conference, British Empire Exhibition, 644. See 766
    • Struggle for Oil (Review), 215
  • Worm Gearing. See Gear ; Gearing Worthington - Simpson, Ltd., Feed – Water Heater, 108* ; Circulating and Conden¬sate Pumps, British Empire Exhibition Power Station, 458* ; Boiler-Feed Pumps, 490* ; Centrifugal Pump for Metropolitan Water Board, 689*
  • Wrecks. See Accidents
  • Wright, J. <fc E., Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 730
  • Wright Lecture, Fuel Economy in Flight, 738 Wrought Iron. See Iron

X

  • X-RAYS. See Rontgen Rays
  • Xylonite Models, Stress Determination. See Optical

Y

  • YANGTZE-KIANG River, Shallow-Draught Steamer, 10*
  • Yarrow <fc Co. (1922), Ltd., Shallow-Draught Steamer, 10*
  • Year Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Yensen, T. D., on Determination of Silicon in Iron-Silicon Alloys, 173*
  • Yorkshire Iron, Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 668
  • Young. H. G. L., Ltd., Woodworking Machinery 645

Z

  • ZEOLITE Process Water Softening, 286, 626*. See 267
  • Zinc Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Bronze, Casting Temperatures, 361, 384*
    • and Lead, Corrosion in Inorganic Salts, 359
    • Mine, Sullivan, Discovery and Development, 760
    • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
    • Tailings, Lead Recovery, 251, 319
  • Zirconium, Occurrence and Uses, 576