Grace's Guide

British Industrial History

Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 125,403 pages of information and 195,543 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

Engineering 1924 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index

From Graces Guide

Jump to: navigation, search
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.
1924.

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1924 Jul-Dec: Index

A

  • A.l. Electric Welding Machines and Rivet Heater, 764*, 827*
  • Aberdeen-Laxapana Water-Power Scheme, Ceylon, 473*
  • Abrams, Prof. D. A., on Waters for Mixing
  • Concrete, 618
  • Accelerometer, Recording, the Cambridge, 287
  • Accident Compensation. See Workmen's Compensation under Labour

Accidents :

  • Boiler Explosions and the New Factory Bill, 334.
  • Civil Aviation, Causes of Accidents, 231
  • Collieries, Electric Shock Fatalities, 243
  • Factory Accidents, Statistical Investigation, Industrial Fatigue Research Board, 709. See 701, 746, 810
    • Home Office Report, 773
  • Machinery Failures, Report on, 417. See
  • LETTERS, 486, 548
  • Power Presses, Safety Precautions, 18
  • Railway Accident, Report on, 484
  • Shipbuilding Work, Prevention of Accidents, Report, 333
  • Shipping Losses, Lloyd’s Statistics, 166, 267, 519, 820
  • Accumulators, Electric. See Electric
  • Steam, Use in Factories and Plants, 68*
  • Vehicles. See Motor Vehicles
  • Acetylene-Oxygen Blowpipe. See Blowpipe
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Acid Pickling, Steel, Tinplate Manufacture, 365
  • Sulphuric, Manufacture, Report, 127
  • Acidity of Raw Rubber, 334
  • Acoustics, Architectural, Research in. 411
  • Electrical Production of Vowel Sounds, 828
  • Nature of Speech, 411
  • Acre, Investigations of Horizontal Tacheo- metry, 505*
  • Activated Sludge. See Sewage
  • Adamson, J., & Co., Overhead Crane with
  • Underslung Bridge, 164*
  • Addison, H., on Water Supply, Egyptian Towns, 735
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Address Aden, Electric Power Supply for, 348, 487 Administrative Work, Engineers’ Part in, 375 Admiralty Gun Metal, Effect of Casting
  • Temperature and Mass, 436*. See 409
  • See also Warships
  • Aerial Navigation. See Aeronautics
  • Propellers. See Propellers under Aero/MiMfics Ropeway. See Wire Ropeway
  • Transport. See Aeronautics
  • Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics
  • Aeronautical Society, Royal, Prof. L. Bairstow on Skin Friction, 742.. See LETTER, 831*

Aeronautics :

  • Aerodynamics, Bjerknes’ Experiments, Pulsating Capsules, 409
  • Influence on Naval Architecture, 722. See 713
  • Theory of Skin Friction, 742. See LETTER. 831*
  • Aeronautical Research Committee, Work of Fatigue Panel, 245. See 284
  • Aeroplanes and Coast Defence, 170 Design, Weight of Power Plants, 85 Imperial Communications, 450 Lift, Theory of, Bjerknes’ Experiments, 409
  • Light, Proposed Flying Clubs, 232. See 525
  • Two-Seater, Lympne Trials, 525*. See 232, 549, 652
  • Two-Seater, the Wee Bee I, 525* Military, Bristol Bloodhound, 114
  • Naval, Protection from Gunfire, 418
  • Single Seater Fighter Siskin IT, 870
  • United States Naval, Developments, 90
  • See also Seaplane (below)
  • Air Ministry, Remuneration of Engineers, 862
    • Trials, Light Two-Seater Aeroplanes, 525*. See 232, 549, 652
  • Airship Construction, Armstrong, Whit¬worth & Co., Ltd., 187 ; W. Beard- more & Co., Ltd., 188
  • Floating Base U.S.S. “ Patoka,” 490
  • Imperial Communications, 450
  • Passenger, for British Government (Vickers Ltd.), 651
  • United States Naval Development, 490
  • Z.R.3 U.S. Navy, Transatlantic Voyage, 548
  • Ambulance Seaplane, Fairey, British Guiana, 593
  • Blasius Theory of Skin Friction, 742. See LETTER 831*
  • Circulation Theory, Aviation and the Flettner Kotor Ship, 710, 770. See LETTER 831*
  • Civil Aviation, Causes of Accidents, 231 and Imperial Communications, 450 Report on, 231
  • See also Airships (above)
  • Engine, Petrol, Aeroplane, Bristol Jupi¬ter, Swedish Government Tests, 112 ; Service Performance, 542
    • Aeroplane, 385-h.p. Jaguar Air-
  • Cooled Radial, 870*
    • Aeroplane, Weight Considerations, 85
  • Flettner Rotor Ship, Theory of, 710, 770.
  • See LETTERS 831*
  • Flying Clubs, Light Aeroplanes, Proposed 232. See 525
  • Guns, Anti-Aircraft, New American Weapons, 204
  • Lanchester-Prandtl Theory, Aviation, and the Flettner Rotor Ship, 710, 770. See LETTER 831*
  • Lympne Trials, Light Two-Seater Aero¬planes, 525*. See 232, 549, 652
  • Military Aeroplane, Bristol Bloodhound, 114
  • Naval Architecture, Aeronautics in, 722. See 713
  • “ Patoka,” U.S.S. Airship Base, 490
  • Prandtl Theory, and the Flettner Rotor Ship, 710, 770. See LETTER 831*
  • Propellers, Aerial and Marine, Design, 723
  • Seaplane, Fairey Ambulance, British Guiana, 593
    • United States Naval, Developments, 490
  • “ Shenandoah,” U.S. Airship, Operations with, 489
  • Ship, Flettner Rotor, Theory of, 710, 770. See LETTER 831*
  • Skin Friction in Aeronautics, Theory of 742. See LETTER 831*
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Africa, French Colonies, Railway Requirements 674
    • Northern, Port of Tripoli, 838
  • Agreements, Labour. See Labour
  • Agricultural Engineering, Oxford Institute of,
  • Artificial Drying of Crops, 554*
  • Hall. See Exhibition
  • Industry, South Africa, 173
  • Machinery, Anti-Balance Cable Plough, 516* See 382, 807
  • British Empire Exhibition, 382, 516*
  • Cable Ploughing Tackle, Fowler’s, 382, 516*, 807
  • New Zealand, British Empire Exhibition, 289*
    • Sunshine Harvesting Machine, 383
  • Motors. See Engines ; Motors ; Tractors Show, Smithfield, 807
  • Society, Royal, Leicester Show, 20*, 59* Tractors. See Tractors
  • Agriculture, Adaption to Climate, 181 Drying Crops by Hot Air, 554*
  • Indian, Co-operation in, 509. See 537
  • Use of Electricity in, 84, 116, 382 of Machinery in, 382
  • See also Irrigation and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Air Circulation, Influence of Water Vapour, 410
  • Compressed. See Compressed Air; Pneu¬matic
  • Compressing Plant, British Empire Exhi¬bition Colliery, 190*
  • Compressors (CanadianIngersoll Rand Co.), 138*
    • Five-Stage, Charging Compressed Air Lo¬comotives (Beiliss & Morcom, Ltd.), 498*
    • Flow Indicator for Cooling Systems, 548
  • High-Pressure Marine Type (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 425*
    • Horizontal Two-Stage (Walker Bros. (Wigan, Ltd.), 190*
    • and Petrol Engine, Portable, the Broo- master, 179*
    • Portable, Colliery Use (Mavor & Coulson, Ltd.), 191* ; Broom & Wade. Ltd., 766*
    • Portable Steam-Driven (Merryweather & Sons, Ltd.), 753*
    • Vertical, Electrically Driven (Broom & Wade. Ltd.), 191*
    • Vertical Two-Stage, Steam - Driven (Browett, Lindley & Co., Ltd.), 690*
  • Ejectors, Condensing Plant, S.S. Drottning- holm,”841*
  • Air Flow Measurements, Balanced Manometer, 223 ♦
    • Meters (G. Kent, Ltd.), 193*
  • Humidifying Apparatus, Textile Mills, Andrew System, 873*
  • Humidity Measurements, National Physical Laboratory, 278*
  • Ministry, Remuneration of Engineers, 862 — Trials, Light Two-Seater Aeroplanes,
  • 525*. See 232, 549, 652 Pollution, Automatic Measurement, 410
  • Preheater, Boiler Furnaces, Rectangular Tube, 209*
  • Pump. See Pump
  • Screws. See Propellers under Aeronautics Vent, Calcium Chloride, Transformers, 802* Washers and Filters, for Ventilation, 780 See also Atmosphere
  • Aircraft. See Aeronautics
  • Airolite Wind-Driven Electric Lighting Plants, 60
  • Airships. See Aeronautics
  • Aitchison, Dr. L., on Volume Changes in Steel during Heat Treatment, 351* ; on the Use of Light Alloys. 455
  • Ajax-Northrupp Electric Furnace, 6
  • Aktiebolaget Finshyttan, Tests of Lawaczeck Turbines, 851* ‘
  • Aktiebolaget de Lavals Angturbin, Geared Turbines S.S. “ Drottningholm,” 841*
  • Alcohol, Dehydration by Glycerin, 344
    • Power, Production and Uses, 77, 616 Alkali-Chlorine Products, Canadian Manufac¬ture, 448
    • Works, Report on, 1923,127
  • Allen, E., & Co., Ltd., Coal-Measuring Appara¬tus, Boiler Furnaces, 242* ; Drying Stoves, Gas and Coke Firing, 460
  • Allen, W. H., Sons & Co., Ltd., 400-kw. Geared Turbo-Generator, 372*
  • Allowances in Machine Work. See Gauges; Gauging
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy ; Microphotographs ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Alternating Current. See Electric
    • Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Alternators. See Generators, Electric ; Turbo-Alternators
  • Alumina-Silica Materials in Firebricks, 481
  • Aluminium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Corrosion by Sea Water, Protection, 335
  • Determination of Sodium in, 409 Purification of, 6
  • Tensile Strength, Temperature and Cold Work, Relationship, 408
  • Use in Electrical Engineering, 57
    • in United States, 838
  • See also Metallurgy ; Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Ambulance Seaplane, British Guiana, 593
  • American Bureau of Shipping. See United States
  • Iron and Steel Institute. See Iroti and Steel Locomotive Company, Mallet Simple Loco¬motive, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 795*, 860*
  • Navy. See United States under Warships Society of Mechanical Engineers. See
  • Mechanical Engineers
    • of Naval Architects and Marine En¬gineers. See Naval Architects
  • See also United States
  • Ammonia Compressor, Electrically-Driven (Haslam Foundry and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 290*
  • — High-Speed, Refrigerating Plant, 561*, 594*
  • Refrigerating Plants. See also Refrigerating Synthetic Manufacture, Haber Process
  • Franco-German Agreement, 263. See 372 — Manufacture, Recent Developments, 263.
  • See 372
    • Manufacture, Report, 116
  • Analysis, Chemical, Determination of Sodium in
  • Aluminium, 409
    • Oxygen Determination in Pure Iron, 366
  • Crystal Structure, X-rays, 349*, 368, 428
  • Exhaust Gases, Marine Diesel Engines, 730, 752. See 799
  • Fuel Oil, Marine Diesel Engine Trials, 751, 784
    • Steel, Standard Specimens, 439
  • Anchors and Chains, British Empire Exhibition, 100
  • Anchorages, Pipe Line, Stress Distribution, 763*
  • Anderson, D., & Son, Ltd., Fireproof Bitumen Roofing Material, 166
  • Anderson, E., on Sulphur in Rubber, 566
  • Anderson, Sir K., on the Shipping Industry, 265
  • Anderson, R. J., on Internal Stresses in Brass Tubes, 378
  • Andrew Machine Construction Co., Ltd., Air Humidifying Apparatus, 873*

Angelo, A. R., on Electric Power Transmission, Norway to Denmark, 114. See 78

  • Annealing. See Heat Treatment under Metal- lurgy
  • Annual Publications. See LITERATURE INDEX Anti-Aircraft Guns. See Guns
    • Friction Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy Antimony Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Apples, Rail and Sea Transport, 743* Appointments. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Apprentices, Dockyard, and Whitworth
  • Scholarships, 741. See LETTERS, 746, 770, 810, 831, 861
  • Engineering, Training of, 122
    • See also Education
  • Arbitration In Labour Disputes. See Labour and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Arc. See Electric ; Furnace ; Welding Arch, Boiler Furnaces, Pluto Suspended, 113*
  • Bridge, Cast Iron, French Railway, Repairs, 557
    • Ferro-Concrete, Salmon River, N.V., Timber Centring for, 257*
  • Dam, Multiple, River Tirso, Sardinia, 632* — Recent Swedish Designs, 76 Viaducts, Penang Hills Railway, 667*
  • Archdale, J., & Co., Ltd., Milling Machines, 353* ; Drilling Machines, 359*
  • Architects, Naval. See Naval Architects Architectural Acoustics, Research in, 411 Arctic Regions, Danish Surveying Expedition,
  • 344
  • Arcwall Coal-Cutting Machine, 225*
  • Argentine, Oilfields of, 651
    • Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway,
  • Locomotive, 280*
  • Argon, Solid, Crystal Structure, 368
  • Arley Coal Seam, Fuel Research Board Investi¬
  • gations, 552
  • Armament. See Guns ; Warships
  • Armfield, J. J., <fe Co., Ltd., Hydraulic Turbines and Governor, 610*
  • Armour Plates, Beardmore, 187* ; Hadflelds, Ltd., 189
  • Protection, Naval Aeroplanes. 418
  • See also Warships and Naval in PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Armoured Ships. See Warships
  • Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., Jaguar Aero Engine, 870*
  • Armstrong, Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd., Siskin II Aeroplane, 870*
  • Armstrong, Whitworth Co., Ltd., Hydro- Electric Power Plant, Newfoundland, 125* ; Naval Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 185*. See Errata, 423 ; Loco¬motive for Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway, 280* ; Vertical Turning and Boring Mill, 699* ; Bascule Bridge, Bann River, Ireland, 758*
  • Army Authorities and Organisation for Muni¬tions Supply, 201
  • Arrol, Sir W., & Co., Ltd., 25-Ton Electric Level-Lulling Crane, 104*. See 238; Designs for Sydney Harbour Bridge, 129*. See 169, 198*
  • Arsenious Oxide, Effect on Colourless Glass, 786
  • Arterial Roads. See Roads
  • Articulated Locomotive, Mallet Simple, Chesa¬
  • peake and Ohio Railroad, 795*, 860*
  • Artillery. See Guns and PARAGRAPH INDEX Arts, Royal Society of, Short-Wave Radio
  • Communication, by Senator G. Marconi, 17, 836 ; London County Council Evening Classes, 377 ; Mechanical Transport on Roads, by Col. R, E. Crompton, 681 ; Science Teaching in Technical Schools, by Prof. C. A. Carus-Wilson, 865
  • Arundel, Coulthard & Co., Ltd., Winding Frame, Cotton Yarn, 91*
  • Ashdown Rotoscope, Investigation of Moving Machinery, 236
  • Ashton, D., & Co., Ltd., Haulage Gear, 766* Ashworth, E., Carding Engine, 89*
  • Asquith, W. (1920), Ltd., Drilling Machines, 358*
  • Association, British See British Association
    • Engineering. See Institutions Astronomical Papers, British Association, 410 Astronomy, Mass of Celestial Bodies, Loss bv
  • Radiation, 802
  • Mount Wilson Observatory, Measurements of Light Velocity, 738
  • Solar Spectrograph, Poulkovo Observatory, 87*
  • Spectra of Nebulae, 410
  • Wireless Time Signals, International Investigations, 410
  • Atherton Brothers, Ltd., Jacquard Loom, 250
  • Atkins, E. A., on Manufacture of Steel Wire non
  • Atlantic Liners. See Steamers
  • Atmosphere, Circulation of, Influence of Water Vapour, 410
    • Upper, Observations on, 410
  • Atmospheric Discontinuities and Weather Forecasting, 410
  • Nitrogen, Fixation, Haber Process, Franco-
  • German Agreement, 263. See 372 — Fixation, Report. 116
  • Pollution, Automatic Measurement, 410
    • Report on Alkali Works, 128
  • Atom, Helium, Metastability of, 322
    • Mercury, Orbital Transfers of Ele< trons, 367
  • Atomic Disintegration, Ejection of Protons, 368
  • Structure, Metals, and Effects of Stress, 715
  • Metals, Removal of Electrons by Electric Field 322
  • Atomising Nozzles, Air-Humidifying Apparatus 874*
  • “ Aurania,” Cunard Liner, 380
  • Austin, G., Ltd., Constant-Current System,
  • Ships’ Auxiliary Machinery, 734*
  • Austin Motor-Car, Front-Wheel Drakes, 607
  • Australasia, Power Resources, 19, 31 Australia, Morwell Power Scheme, Excavating
  • Machine for Brown Coal, 299*
    • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Competitive
  • Designs, 129*, 169. See LETTER, 198*
  • Australian Agricultural Machinery, 383
  • Austria, Electric Power Transmission and Distribution, 78
  • Electro-Chemical Industry, 116
  • Fuel Economy in, 41
  • Industrial Research in, 115
  • Power Resources, 32. See 19, 41
  • Railway Electrification, 117
  • Water-Power Production, 44
  • Auto-Transformer Starter, Induction Motors. 107*
  • Autogenous Welding. See Weldin'!
  • Automatic Coupling, Willison, Central-Buffer Type, 478
  • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools Self-Closing Valves for Pipe Lines, 143* Signalling. See Signalling
  • Sluice Gates Spillway, Tirso Dam, 635* Stokers. See Stokers Substation. See Substation Telephones, Relay System, Chatham Dock¬
  • yard and Hospital, 373
    • Strowger System, York, 862
    • Systems (Review), 663
    • Temperature Control Electric Furnaces,
  • 451* ; Gas Furnaces and Steam Heating, 628*
  • Automobile Engineers, Institution of. The
  • Use of Light Alloys, by Dr. L. Aitchison,
  • 455 ; Presidential Address by Dr. W. E.
  • Ormandy on Research, 551 ; Electric
  • Road Vehicles, by D. E. Batty, 688*. 719 ;
  • Maintenance of Commercial Vehicle Fleets, by Major E. G. Beaumont, 712; The Tyre as a Part of the Suspension System, by A. Healey, 805
    • See Motor-Cars
  • Auxiliary Machinery. Marine. See Marine Avery, W. and T., Ltd., Weighing Machine,
  • Colliery Tubs, 338
  • Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Axles, Motor-Car. Drilling Machine for, 359
  • Car. See also Motor-Car Details
    • Railway and Tramway, British Empire
  • Exhibition, 99, 438, 439
  • Aylesbury, Gas Manufacture, Travers-Clark
  • System, 23
  • Azores-New York Telegraph Cable, 461

B

  • BACHO Adjustable Wrench. 113*
  • Badische Anilin und Soda Fabrik, Synthetic Nitrogen Products, French Agreement, 263. See 372
  • Bailey, Dr. T. L.. Report on Alkali Works, 127
  • Bain. E. C., on High-Speed Steel, 347, 393 Baird & Tatlock (London), Ltd., Exhibit at
  • British Empire Exhibition, 439
  • Bairstow, Prof. L., on Skin Friction, 742. See LETTER, 831*
  • Balanced Manometer, Gas-Flow Measurements. 223*
  • Balancing System, Internal-Combustion En¬gines, Blackstone’s, 593*. See 22
  • Bale-Breaking Machine for Cotton, 12*
  • Ball Bearings. See Bearings
    • Hardness Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
    • Steel, Compression of, Formula, 101
    • Hardness Tests, Improvements, 367
  • Ballard, W. E., on Metal Spraying, 409
  • Balloon Tyres for Motor-Cars, Advantages, 805
  • Bamber, H. K. G., the Late, 462
  • Band Conveyors. See Conveyors
    • Spectra and Molecular Structure, 322
  • Bann River, Strauss Bascule Bridge, 758*
  • Bar-Screwing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Barbados, Steam Tug and Water-Boat “ Lord Combermere,” 370*. See Erratum, 415
  • Barford & Perkins, Ltd., Motor Roller, 59*
  • Barker, T. V., on Formation of Crystals, 738 Barley. F. W., Comparison of Gas and Coke-
  • Fired Drying Stoves, 460
  • Barnard, II. C., the Late, 686
  • Barrage, Severn Tidal-Power Scheme, 294
  • Barrel Washing Machine, Brewers’ Exhibition, 649
  • Barrow Hematite Steel Co., Gas-Blowing Engines. Working Results, 830*
  • Barugh Low-Temperature Carbonisation Plant, Trials, 588*
  • Bascule Bridge. See Bridge
  • Bassler Liquid Meter, 497*
  • Bassom, A. E., on London Traffic, 651
  • Bastian, C. O.. the Late, 654
  • Bateman High-Speed Planing Machine, 362*
  • Batteries. See Electric
  • Battery Vehicles. See Motor Vehicles
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Batty D. E. on Electric Road Vehicles, 688. 719.
  • Baumann Multiple Exhaust, 7,000-kw. Turbine Tests, 253*
  • Bauxite Industry, United States, 838
  • Beams, Effect of Taper on Shear Stresses, 789*
    • Ferro-Concrete, Quick-Hardening Cement,
  • Tests, 867
    • Hack Sawing Machines for, 320*, 445*
    • System, Radio Communication, 17, 836
  • Beardmore, Win., & Co., Ltd., Naval Exhibits,
  • British Empire Exhibition, 187* ; Light Two-Seater Aeroplane, 525*
  • Beardmore-Tosi Marine Diesel Engine, 83 : Trials of M.S. “ Silurian,” 643 ; Trials of M.S. “ Sycamore,” 730, 750*, 784*, 798
  • Bearings, Cold-Rolling Mills, Design and Lubrication, 569*, 601*, 636*. See LETTER 769*
  • Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy Michell Radial, Cold-Rolling Mills, 769*
    • Thrust, S.S. “ Drottningholm,” 841* Oil-Groove Cutting Machine, 444*
  • Pressures, Marine Diesel Engines, 28*
    • Roller, Railway Signalling Work, 9
  • Beatty Brothers, Washing Machines, 140
  • Beaumont, Major E. G., on Maintenance of Commercial Vehicle Fleets, 712
  • Beck, O. N., Centrifugal Oil Purifier, 274*
  • Beck, R. «fc J., Ltd., Vertical Illuminator for Microscopes, 30*
  • Beilby, Sir G., the Late, 202*
  • Belgian Coal, Iron and Steel Industries, 838
  • Belgium, Power Resources, 32. See 19
  • Bell, Sir T., on Shipbuilding and Shipping Economics, 265
  • Beiliss & Morcom, Ltd., Air Compressor, 498
  • Belt Conveyors. See Conveyors
    • Pulleys, Lathe for Turning, 358*
  • ” Benbow,” H.M.S., Model, British Empire Exhibition, 187
  • Bending Machine. See Machine Tools
    • Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Bengal-Nagpur Railway, 42-Ton Hopper Coal Wagon, 279*
  • Bengough, Dr., Report on Corrosion, 378
  • Bennis, E., & Co., Ltd., Automatic Coal Con¬veyor and Mechanical Stokers. 766
  • Bentall, E. H., <fc Co., Ltd., Coffee-Preparing Machinery, 541*
  • Bentley, H., & Co., Ltd., Road Transport of Turbo-Alternator Stator. 552
  • Bentley Motor Car, 579*. See Erratum, 610
  • Bergen, Electric Power Supply, 85
  • Berry, H., & Co., Hydraulic Press, Brass Rod Extrusion, 387*. See 379, 415
  • Bertin, L. E., the Late, 744
  • Bevel Gears. See Gears
  • Bicycles. See Cycles and Motor Cycles
  • Bilge Pump. Emergency, G Wynnes In¬vincible, 2* ; Drysdale & Co., Ltd., 217*
  • Binary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Bio-Aeration, Sewage Purification, 241. See 286
  • Biplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Birmingham. British Industries Fair, 524
    • Drainage Board, Sludge Pump for, 211* Electric Supply, Mercury-Vapour Rectifier
  • Sub-Stations, 783*, 845*
  • Gas Department, Research Laboratory, Industrial Kinematography, 295*
  • Birmingham Small Arms Tools Ltd., Centreless Grinding Machine, 404*
  • Bismuth alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Bitumen Roofing Material, Fireproof, Tests, 166
  • Bjerknes’ Experiments, Pulsating Capsules, 409
  • Blackstone & Co., Ltd., Cold-Starting Oil Engines, 60*, 638*. See 21 ; Synchro Balance Engine, 593*. See 22
  • Blading, Brush-Ljungstrdm Steam Turbine, Manufacture, 699
  • Impulse, Steam Turbine, Proportioning, 473* Nickel Steel, English Electric Co.’s Turbo
  • Generator, 762*
    • Steam Turbine, Deposits on, 417
  • Blasius Theory of Skin Friction, 742. See LETTER, 831*
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Block, Foundation. Eccentrically-Loaded, Stress Distribution, 763*
    • Gauges, Measuring Machine for, 129*
    • Instrument, One Wire Three Indication, Railway Signalling, 10*
  • Blomquist, V., on Steam Generation at High Pressures, 432. See 41
  • Blowing Engines, Blast-Furnace, Barrow Hematite Steel Co., Working Results, 830*
  • Blowpipe, Oxygen, Godfrey Cutting Machine, 124*
    • See also Welding ; Cutting
  • Board of Trade Regulations, Safety of Life at Sea, 587
    • See also Overseas Trade Department
  • Boat, Flying. See Seaplane under Aeronautics.
  • Folding, the Collet, 843*
  • Life-Saving, Merchant Ships, New Regula¬tions, 587
  • Motor. See Motor Boat
  • Seasled Type, Motor-Propelled, 460*
  • Submarine. See Warships
    • Winch, Williams-Janney Gear, 211*
  • Boby, R., Ltd., Refrigeration Plant, Brewers’ Exhibition, 649
  • Bodies, Motor Car, Design and Construction (Review), 663
  • Bogie, Four-Wheeled, Double Bolster, 280*
    • Wheeled, Railway Motor Coach, 7*
    • Wheeled, Royal Coach, Egyptian State Railways, 475*
    • Wheeled, Vestibule Carriage, London, Midland & Scottish Railway, 162*
  • Bohr, Prof. N., Presentation of (irsted Medal to, 733
  • Boilers, Capacity Rating, 56. See LETTERS, 101 — Electrically-Heated, Steam Generation, 127, 449
  • Explosions and the New Factory Bill, 334 Feed Pump. See Pump — Water Meter, Vee Notch, Lea Closed-in Type, 598*
  • Firing, Coke for Fuel, 40, 82 — Pulverised Coal for, 39, 40, 198, 480. See Erratum, 01
  • Fowler’s Steam Wagon, 855*
  • Furnaces. See Furnace and Stoker Heat Losses in Combustion 40*
  • Boilers, Inspection, Report on, 417
  • Lancashire Type, Lea Coal-Measuring Ap¬paratus, 598 ♦
  • Locomotive, Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 797*. See 860*
    • See also Locomotive Marine, Furnace Arrangements, Coal or Oil-Firing, 346*
    • Oil Fuels for Firing, 836
    • Treatise on (Review), 336
    • Oil-Fired, Wallsend-Howden Oil-Fuel Sys¬tem, 345*
  • Plant, Cardiff Engineering Exhibition, 766
    • Temperature Measurement and Fuel Economy, 40
    • United States, Recent Practice, 39, 42
    • Use of Steam Accumulators, 68*
  • Room, S.S. “ Orama,” 604*. See 543*, 643 Sentinel Type. Railway Motor Coach, 6*. See Errata, 133
  • Steam Generation, Extra High Pressures, 41. 181*. 432, 588
  • Trials, Standardisation of Methods, 55, See LETTERS, 101. See also 818*,835,866*
  • Vertical, Cochran Type, Oil-fired. 501
    • Waste Heat, with Vertical Ga3 Retorts, 23
    • Water-Tube, Vertical, Merryweather Port¬able Air-Compressing Set, 753*
    • Yarrow Type, Londonderry Power Station, 177* ; Brighton Corporation Power Station, 372*. See 415 ; Warship Propulsion, 458*
  • See also Engines and toilers in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Bolt, Connecting Rod, Composite Material, Fracture of, 418
    • Screwing Machine. See Screwing Machine
  • under Machine Tooh
  • Bombay Water-Supply, Lake Tansa Pipe Line, 562*
  • Books, New, Notes on, 238, 342, 390. 433, 509, 559, 594, 612, 657, 672, 700, 779, 825. See LITERATURE INDEX Received, 132, 238, 337, 372, 496, 525, 557, 590, 620, 657, 673, 701
  • Booth, J., and Brothers, Ltd., Electric Colliery Locomotive, 252*
  • Bore Hole, Sir C. A. Parsons’ Suggested, 548
  • Boring Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Bottle-Washing Machines, Brewers’ Exhibition, 649
  • Boulongue, M. de, on Repairs to La Voulte Viaduct, 557
  • Bouly, H. G., on Fluid Transmission Gears, 842
  • Boussenot, G., Report on Defence of French Coasts, 170
  • Boveri, Dr. W., the Late, 622
  • Bows, Ships’, Construction for Collision, 618
  • Box, Nailing and Printing Machines, 544
  • Bradfield, .1. J. C., Report on Sydney Harbour
  • Bridge Designs, 129*, 169. See LETTER,198*
  • Bragg, Sir W. H., on Analysis of Crystal Structure by X-Rays, 349*, 428. See 368
  • Braithwaite & Co., Pipe Line, Bombay Water- Supply, 562*
  • Brake, Motor-Car. See Motor-Car Details
    • Gear, Penang Hills Funicular Railway:
  • Passenger Cars. 728* ; Electric Winding Engine, 791*, 852*
  • Brancker, Air Vice-Marshal Sir S., on Imperial Communications, 450
  • Brass, Corrosion of. See Corrosion Foundry. See Foundry Ingots and Castings, Standard Specifications, 261
  • Products, British Empire Exhibition, 335
  • Rod, Extrusion, Inverted Process, 387*. See 379, 415
  • Tensile Strength, Temperature and Cold Work, Relationship, 408
  • Tubes, Measurement of Internal Stresses, 378
  • Brasses, Cold-Rolling-Mill Bearings. Design, 569*, 601*, 636*. See LETTER,769*
  • Brassey’s Naval and Shipping Annual (Review), 809
  • Breakdowns. See Accidents
  • Breathers, Calcium Chloride, Transformers, 802
  • Brett’s Patent Lifter Company, Ltd., Drop
  • Stamps for Multiple-Impression Dies, 705*
  • Brewers’ Exhibition, Agricultural Hall, 649
  • Bricks, Fire. See Firebricks; Refractory Materials
  • Brickwork Culvert, Damage by Molluscs, 775
  • Bridge, Admiral Sir C., the Late, 268
  • Bascule, Strauss Type, River Bann, Ireland 758*
  • Cast-Iron Arch, French Railway, Repair Work, 557
  • Construction, Danish Projects, 292
    • Schemes in Parliament, 777
    • Erection Work, Derrick Car for, 758
    • Ferro-Concrete Arch, Salmon River, N.Y., Timber Centring for, 257*
  • Indian Native, 536*
  • Ladder, Mount Everest Expedition, McGruer Spar Construction, 304*
  • London, and Cross R iver Traffic, 641,647
  • Sydney Harbour, Competitive Designs, 129*, 169. See LETTER, 198*
  • Traffic, Intersections of London Streets, 641, 648
  • Waterloo, Proposed Reconstruction, 102, 807. See (Hl. 047, 676
    • and Southwark, Foundation Settlements, 641. See 102. 647, 676, 807
  • Westminster, Stress Measurements, 296
  • Wind Pressure on, Measurement, 800 See also Fiarfi/d« and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Brighton Corporation, Southwick Power station, Extensions, 372*. See 415
  • Brinell Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.. Bristol Jupiter Aero Engine, Swedish Government Tests, 112; Service Performance, 542; Bristol Bloodhound Military Aeroplane. 114
  • Electricity Works, Tests of Turbo-Generator, 253*
    • Port of, Oil Engines for Grain Elevator. 643
  • Britannia Lathe and Oil Engine Co., Ltd,, Small Lathe, 147

British Association (Toronto Meeting) :

  • Preliminary Remarks, 98
  • Inaugural Meeting, 265
  • Presidential Address, by Sir D. Bruce,
  • on the Prevention of Disease, 265
  • Impressions of the Meeting. 5C6. See 539
  • Western Excursion, General Account, 506, 539
  • Popular Lecture on Relativity, by Prof. A. S. Eddington. 535
  • Concluding Remarks, 480
    • Section O.—Engineering :
  • Programme, 94
  • Reports of Discussions, 266. 284 Presidential Address, by Prof. G. W. O.
  • Howe, on a Hundred Years of Elec¬trical Engineering, 193. See 266
  • Railway Transportation in Canada, by Sir H. Thornton, 266
  • Engineering Problems and Traffic on the Great Lakes, by Lieut.-Col. H. S. Lamb, 266
  • Visit to Toronto Harbour and Filtration Plant, 266
  • Water-Power Resources of Canada, by J. B. Challies, 301. See 267
  • Queenston-Chippawa Development of the Hydro-Electric Power Commission of Ontario, by F. A. Gaby, 220*. 255*. See 267
  • Development of the St. Lawrence River for Power and Navigation, by R. S. Lea, 239*, 271*. See 267
  • Determination of Stress by Optical Methods, Joint Discussion with Section A, 284. See LETTERS, 462, 704,769
  • Evidence for the Existence of an Endur¬ance Limit in Metals anti its Deter¬mination, by H. F. Moore and T. M. Jasper, 580*, 658*. See 284
  • Work of the Fatigue Panel of the Aero¬nautical Research Committee, by Prof. C. F. Jenkin. 245. See 284
  • Effect of High Temperature on the Range of Repetition Stresses on Steel, by Prof. F. C. Lea and H. P. Budgeii, 500, 532*. See 284
  • Calculation of Quenching Stresses in Steel by Using Direct Measurements, by Prof. T. McL. Jasper, 285, 343*. See LETTER, 641
  • Large Deflection of Circular Plates, by Prof. S. Timoschenko, 286
  • Dimensional Problem and Significance of the Notched-Bar Impact Test, bv Prof. H. P. Philpot. 286
  • Report of the Complex Stress Committee, 286. See 506
  • Engineers and Public Health, bv F. A. Dallyn, 286
  • Bio-Aeration in Sewage Purification, by J. D. Watson, 241. See 286
  • Cobalt Magnet Steels, by E. A. Watson, 274*, 302*. See 286
  • Some New Recording Instruments, bv R. S. Whipple, 287
  • Economical Design for Arch Centres, by A. E. Wynn, 257*
    • Section A.—Mathematical and Physical Science. :
  • Programme, 98
  • Reports of Discussions. 320. 367. 409 Presidential Address, by Sir W. H. Bragg,
  • on the Analysis of Crystal Structure by X-Rays, 349*. 428*. See 368
  • Spectra of Ionised Elements, by Prof. A. Fowler, 321*
  • Critical Potentials and their Interpreta¬tion, by Dr. F. L. Mohler and Dr. P. D. Foote, 322
  • Band Spectra and the Structure of Mole¬cules, by Prof. J. C. McLennan, 322
  • Spectrum of Titanium, by Prof. H. N. Russell, 322
  • Mechanism of Excitation. Ionisation and Dissociation in Statistical Theory, by R. H. Fowler, 322
  • Pulling Electrons from Metals by Intense Electric Fields, by Dr. R. J. Piersol, 322
  • Metastahility of the Fundamental Coplanar Condition of the Helium Atom, by Dr. A. C. Davies, 322
  • Quantum Theory of the Scattering of X-Rays, by Prof. A. H. Compton, 322
  • Scattering of X and Gamma Rays and the Production of X-Rays by Photo- Electrons, by Prof. J. A. Gray. 323
  • Secondary and Tertiary Radiations, by Prof. W. Duane, 323
  • Recent Developments in Low-Tempera¬ture Research, by Prof. J. C. Mc¬Lennan, 367
  • Controlled Orbital Transfers of Electrons in Optically Excited Mercury Atoms, byProf.R.W. Wood, 367
  • Scattering of Light in Relation to the State of Molecular Aggregation, by Prof. C. S. Raman, 368
  • Relation between Crystal Structure and Refractive Index, by Prof. W. L. Bragg. 368
  • Chemical and Physical Significance of X-Ray Measurements of Compounds containing Long Chains of Carbon Atoms, by Dr. G. Shearer. 368
  • X-Ray Measurements as an Aid to Chemi¬cal Research by S. H Piper. 368
  • Determination of Molecular Symmetry in Crystals and its Possibilities as a Method of Deriving Structural For¬mula), by W. T. Astbury. 368
  • Crystal Surface, by Prcf. C. H. Desch, 368
  • Crystal Structure of Solid Argon, by J. E. Jones, 36S
  • Atomic Disintegration, by Sir E. Ruther¬ford, 368
  • Forces which Lift the Aeroplane, by Prof. V. Bjerknes, 409
  • Meteorological Papers, 409
  • Section A.—Mathematics and Physical Science—continued.
  • Report of Committee on Local Variation of Earth’s Gravitational Field, 410
  • Report of Committee on Seismological Investigations, 410
  • torreiation of the Records of two Distant Milne-Shaw Seismographs, bv E. A. Holgson. 410
  • Experiment Illustrating the Theory of the Green Flash, by F. J. W. Whipple, 410
  • Astronomical Papers, 410
  • Relation between Solar Activity and Terrestrial Magnetic Disturbance, by Rev. A. L. Cortie, 410
  • Spectra of Nebulae, by Dr. H. H. Plaskett,
  • Wireless Time Signals, by M. Stewart, 410
  • Nature of Speech, by Sir R. Paget, 411 Research in Architectural Acoustics, by Prof. P. E. Sabine, 411
    • Section B—Chemistry :
  • Programme. 98
  • Reports of Discussions, 448, 480 Presidential Address, by Sir R. Robertson,
  • on Chemistry and the State, 448
  • Activation of Nitrogen, bv Prof. W. A. N. Bone, 448
  • Canadian Salt Company’s Processes for the Manufacture of Alkali-Chlorine Pro- ducts, by D. A. Pritchard, 448
  • Electrolytic Nickel Processes, by R. L. Peek. 448
  • Reactor Furnaces, by F. A. J. Fitzgerald,
  • Economic Aspects of the Hydro-Metallur¬gical Development in Relation to Canadian Natural Resources, bv H. Freeman, 449
  • Characteristics of Electric Steam Genera¬tion, by F. A. Lidbnry, 449
  • Liquid and Powdered Fuels, Joint Dis¬cussion with Section C (Geology), 480
  • Liquid Fuels in Canada, bv Dr. G. S. Hume, 480
  • Advantages of Pulverising Fuels, by H. D. Savage. 480
  • Pulverised Coal for Metallurgical Plants, by Prof. G. A. Guess, 480
  • Brown Coals and Lignites, bv Prof. W. A. Bone. 480
  • Colloids, Joint Discussion with Section A, 480
  • “ British Aviator,” Motor Tanker, Trials, 236,
  • 369
  • British Broadcasting Co., Ltd., Chelmsford
  • Transmitting Station, 494*
  • Cast-Iron Research Association, 707
  • Cold Storage and Ice Association. See Cold Storage
  • Columbia, Dry Dock at Esquimalt. 449
  • Corporation, Shipbuilding Rules, 738 E^c£jic Plant Co” Ltd” Centrifugal Pumps,
  • Empire, Air Communications, 450
  • Cement Manufacture, 381
  • ‘’’British Empire Exhibition :
  • Conferences, &c. :
  • Empire Mining and Metallurgical Congress,
  • Illuminating Engineering Society, 259
  • Institute of Transport Congress, 450
  • See also Cerainic Society ; Iron and Steel Institute ; World Power Conference
  • Electrical Erhibits :
  • Capstan. Electric (Vickers, Ltd.), 502*
  • Motor Starters and Regulators (Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd.), 580*
  • Railodok Electric Passenger Cars, 198
  • Recording Instruments (Everett, Edg- cumbe & Co., Ltd.), 207*
  • Substation Equipment, Automatic (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 13* ; (Peebles-Reyrolle), 323*
  • Switchgear (Erskine, Heap <fe Co., Ltd.), 106*; (Ferguson-Pailin, Ltd.), 468*
    • and Induction Regulators (Switchgear <fc Cowans, Ltd.), 180*
  • Temperature Control, Automatic. Cam¬bridge Instrument Co., Ltd., Electric Furnaces, 451* ; Gas Furnaces and Steam Heating, 628*
  • Transverter for High-Tension, Direct- Current Power Transmission, 14
  • Engineering Exhibits:
  • Air Compressor, Five-Stage, Charging Compressed-Air Locomotives (Beiliss <fc Morcom, Ltd.), 498*
    • High-Pressure Marine Type (G. <fc J. Weir, Ltd.), 425*
    • and Petrol Engine, Combined, Port¬able (Broom & Wade, Ltd.), 179*
    • Vertical Two-Stage, Steam-Driven (Browett, Lindley <fc Co., Ltd.), 690*
  • Preheater for Boiler Furnaces (E. Green <fc Sons. Ltd.), 209*
  • Boiler, Vertical, Cochran, for Oil Fuel, 501*
  • Boring Cutter, S. R. (Vickers Ltd.), 99 Coal-Measuring Apparatus, Boiler Fur¬
  • naces (E. Allen <fe Co., Ltd.), 242* ; (Lea Recorder Co., Ltd.), 598*
  • Engines, Internal-Combustion, Synchro- Balance System (Blackstone & Co., Ltd.), 593*. See 22
  • Oil, 300-h.p.. Horizontal, Cold-Starting (Blackstone & Co., Ltd.), 638* See 21, 60*
    • Marine, 96-h.p., Four-Cylinder, Hot- Bulb Type (Norris, Henty <fe Gardners, Ltd.), 595*
    • 18-h.p., Single-Cylinder, Hot-Bulb
  • Type (Norris, Henty & Gardners, Ltd.), 595*
  • Steam, Compound, Vertical High-Speed, and 100-kw. Generator (Browett, Lindley & Co., Ltd.), 305*
  • Pumps, Air, Contraflo Reciprocating (Vickers Ltd.), 573*
  • Refrigerating Machinery, 659*, 594
  • Lubrication Tell-Tales (Hawthorn, Leslie & Co., Ltd.), 422*
  • Oil-Fuel Burning Apparatus, Wallsend- Howden System, 345*
  • Screw Thread-Grinding Machine (Wolseley Motors, Ltd.), 547*
  • Turbines, Hydraulic, and Oil-Pressure Governor (J. J. Armfleld & Co., Ltd.), 610*
  • Steam, 5,000-kw., Brush-Ljungstrom,71
  • Water Recorder, V-Notch (Lea Recorder Co., Ltd.), 598*
  • Winches, Boat and Cargo, Williams- Janney Variable-Speed Gear (Vickers, Ltd.), 211*
  • Fire-Protection Appliances :
  • Chemical Fire Extinguisher, Konus Kemik, 530
  • Fire Protection Service at the Exhibition, 153*, 383*, 426*. See 530*
  • Pumps, Trailer Typo (Gwynnes En¬gineering Co., Ltd.), 147* ; (Dennis Brothers, Ltd.), 426* ; (Merryweather & Sons, Ltd.), 426* ; (Martin’s Culti¬vator Co., Ltd.), 428*
  • Motor Fire Engine (Dennis Brothers, Ltd.), 383*
    • Engine, Froth Producing, Oil Fires (Merryweather & Sons, Ltd.), 530*
    • Engine, Hatfield Pump (Merry¬weather <fe Sons, Ltd.), 156*
    • Engine, Rees Roturbo Pump (Ley- land Motors, Ltd.), 156*
    • Engine (Stanley Fire Engine Co.), 386*
  • Pumps, Centrifugal, Four-Stage, Fire Protection (Worthington-Simpson, Ltd.), 153*
    • Fire and Salvage, Steam-Driven (Merry- weather & Sons, Ltd.), 531*
    • General :
  • Canadian Exhibit, 137*. See LETTER, 334 Colliery, Equipment of, 49*, 159*, 190*,
  • 224*, 251*, 338*, 411*, 528*. See 622*
  • Indian and Burmese Exhibits, 507*, 537*. See LETTER, 548
  • New Zealand Exhibits. 287*
  • Results of the Exhibition, 615 South African Exhibit, 172*, 204*
    • Metallurgical Exhibits:
  • Chains and Anchors (Earl of Dudley’s Round Oak Works, Ltd.), 100
  • Coke Ovens, Piette System, Shelton Iron Works, 510*
  • Drop Forgings (Vickers Ltd.), 100 Gear Wheel, Double Reduction, for Marine
  • Geared Turbine (Vickers Ltd.), 100*
  • Non-Ferrous Metals Exhibits, 335 Pressed-Steel Work (Vickers Ltd.), 99
  • Railway and Tramway Rails (Cammell Laird Co., Ltd.), 438 ; (Dorman, Long & Co., Ltd.), 440
    • Tyres and Axles (Vickers, Ltd.), 99 ; (Cammell Laird & Co., Ltd.), 438
    • Wheels (Newlay Wheel Co., Ltd.), 438
  • Spring Manufacture (Vickers Ltd.), 99
  • Standard Specimens for Steel Analysis (Ridsdale <fe Co.). 439
  • Steel Castings (Cammell Laird <fc Co., Ltd.), 438
    • for Gas Producer (Steel Co. of Scotland), 439*
    • Rudder Frame, H.M.S. “ Hood,” 189*
    • Vikro Heat Resisting, 99
  • High Tensile, Ducol (D. Colville <fc Sons, Ltd.), 100
  • Pipes and Tubes (Vickers Ltd.), 99 ; (Stewarts <fe Lloyds, Ltd.), 439 ; (J. Russell <fe Co., Ltd.), 439
  • Plates and Sections (Steel Co. of Scotland, Ltd.), 439 ; (Dorman, Long & Co., Ltd.), 440
  • Vibrac (Armstrong. Whitworth & Co., Ltd.), 187*. See Errata, 423
  • Structural Steelwork (Dorman, Long & Co., Ltd.), 440
  • Turbines, Hydraulic, Rotors for (Vickers Ltd.), 100*
  • Wire Ropes (Wilkins Wire & Wire Ropes, Ltd.), 439
    • Miscellaneous Exhibits:
  • Agricultural Machinery Exhibits, 382,516*
  • Coffee-Preparing Machinery (E. H. Bentall & Co., Ltd.), 541*
  • Diving Dress, Self-Contained (Siebe, Gorman <fe Co., Ltd.), 149*
  • Manometer, Balanced, for Gas-Flow Measurements (G. Kent, Ltd.), 223*
  • Palm-Oil Extraction Planti for Nigeria (Manlove, Alliott & Co., Ltd.), 513*
  • Plough, Four-Furrow Anti-Balance, for Cable Ploughing (J. Fowler & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.). 516*
  • Respirators for Use in Noxious Gases (Siebe, Gorman & Co., Ltd.), 149*
  • Thomas Gas Meter (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 182*. See Errata, 262
  • Wooden Box Manufacture, Nailing and Printing Machines (M. Wylie & Co., Ltd.), 544*
    • Naval Exhibits;
  • Armour Plates, Beardmore, 187* ; Had- fleld, 189
  • Boilers, Water-Tube, Yarrow, Warship Propulsion, 458*
  • Coastal Motor Boats, Thorny croft, 421
  • Docks, Floating (Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd.), 460
  • Guns, Armstrong, Whitworth, 185*; Beardmore, 188 *
    • Boats, Shallow-Draught, Yarrow, 459
  • Guns, Mountings, Swashplatc Engine (Arm¬strong, Whitworth <fc Co., Ltd.), 187*
  • Hospital Ship, Shallow-Draught Motor, the “ Nabha,” 421*
  • Mine-Sweeping Sloops (W. Simons & Co., Ltd.), 460
  • Projectiles, Armour Piercing, Hadfleld, 189*
  • Seasled Type Motor Boat, 460*
  • Steamers, Shallow-Draught, Propulsion,
  • Yarrow Flap System, 459*
  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers, Thorny- croft, 420;
  • Hawthorn, Leslie <fc Co., Ltd., 421 ; Yarrow, 459 ; Swan, Hun¬ter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd., 460: Vibrac Steeh Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd., 187*. See Errata, 423
  • Warship Construction, Armstrong, Whit¬worth & Co., Ltd., 187 ; J. Brown & Co., Ltd., 189 ; Hawthorn, Leslie <fc Co., Ltd., 421 ; Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd., 460
    • Pumps and Pumping Machinery :
  • Pump, Air, with Ejector Augmentor, Paragon (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 217
  • Centrifugal, Boiler-Feed, Geared-Tur- bine Drive (British Electric Plant Co., Ltd.), 626*
    • Boiler-Feed, Turbine-Driven (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 216* ; (Gwynnes En¬gineering Co., Ltd.), 218*
    • Emergency Bilge (Gwynnes En¬gineering Co., Ltd.), 2* ; (Drysdale & Co., Ltd.), 217*
    • Extraction, for Condensing Plant (Mirrlees, Watson Co., Ltd.), 5* ; (Drysdale & Co., Ltd.), 217*
    • Four-Stage High-Lift (Gwynnes En¬gineering Co., Ltd.), 2
    • Low-lift, for Circulating Water (Mirrlees, Watson & Co., Ltd.), 5*
    • Low-Lift, Submerged, for Irrigation (Gwynnes Engineering Co., Ltd.), 3*
    • and Petrol Engine, for Salvage Work (Drysdale & Co., Ltd.), 218*
    • Sewage, Gwynne-Pennell Rotary Trap, 218*
    • Single-Stage (British Electric Plant Co., Ltd.), 627*
    • Six - Stage, Electrically - Driven, (British Electric Plant Co., Ltd.), 625*
    • (Tangyes, Ltd.), 5
    • Two-Stage, High-Lift (Mirrlees, Wat¬son Co., Ltd.), 5*
  • Horizontal Duplex, for Cargo Oil (Hayward-Tyler & Co., Ltd.), 5*
    • Duplex, w’ith Tw’ells Valve Gear (Hayward-Tyler & Co., Ltd.), 3*
  • Reciprocating, Two-Throw, Electrically- Driven (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 216*
  • Rotary Gear Type, for Oil Fuel (Hay¬ward-Tyler & Co., Ltd.), 5
  • Vertical Duplex (Haywrard-Tyler & Co., Ltd.), 5*
    • Duplex, Piston Cooling, Diesel Engine(Hayward-Tyler <fe Co.,Ltd.),5*
  • Railway Material:
  • Bogie, Four-Wheeled, Double-Bolster (Leeds Forge Co., Ltd.), 280*
  • Carriage, Railway, Control Trailer Car, Metropolitan Railway, 9*
    • Pullman Buffet Car, 7 — Steam Motor, Sentinel-Cammell, 6*.
  • See Errata, 133
  • Royal Saloon, Egyptian State Railways, 475*
  • Third-Class Vestibule, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, 160*
  • Coupling, Automatic, Willison Central- Buffer Type, 478
  • Locomotive, 4-8-0 Type, Three-Cylinder Superheater, Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway (Armstrong, Whit¬worth & Co., Ltd.), 280*
  • Feed-Water Heater and Pump (Worth¬ington-Simpson, Ltd.), 478*
  • - Geared Turbine, Reid-MacLeod, 479*
  • Lubricator, Mechanical, for Locomotives (Gresham & Craven, Ltd.), 163*
  • Roller Bearings, Railway Signalling, 9 Rubber Applications in Railway Work
  • (Spencer, Moulton & Co., Ltd.,), 9*
  • Signalling, Raihvay, Tyer One-Wire, Three- Indication Block Instrument, 10*
    • Tyer Key Token Instrument for Single-Line Working, 10*
    • Long-Burning Oil Lamp, 9
    • Westinghouse Double-Wire System, 163*
  • Wagon, Coal, 42-ton Hopper, Bengal, Nagpur Railway, 279*
    • Scientific Exhibits:
  • National Physical Laboratory, Exhibits : Metrology Section, 129* ; Physics Section, 278*
    • Textile Machinery :
  • Cotton-Preparing, Spinning and Weaving Machinery, 11*, 89*, 247*
  • British Empire, Power Production, Financial
  • Considerations, 35 — Pow’er Resources, 18, 31
  • Engine Boiler and Electrical Insurance Co., Ltd., Report on Machinery
  • Failures, 417. See LETTERS, 486, 548 Engineering Standards Association. See
  • Engineering Standards Guiana, Fairey Ambulance Seaplane, 593
  • Industries Fair, Birmingham, 524 Liquid Meter Co., Ltd., Bassler Meter, 497*
  • Navy. See H.M. under Warships Railways. See Railways
  • Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • Shipping. See Shipping
  • Standard Rails and Sections, British Empire Exhibition, 440
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Automatic Substation Equipment, 13*, 227* ; Alter¬nators, Switchgear, Ac., Newfoundland Water Power Plant, 127* ; Tests of 15,000 kw. Turbo Generator, 704 ; Manufacture of Head-Band Telephones, 747* ; Control Gear, Electric Winding Engine, Penang Hills Railway, 852*. See 789*
  • Trade. See Trade
    • Water Wrorks Association. See TToZerMWtfS Broaching Machine. See Machine Tools Broadcasting. See Telephony, Wireless Bronze, Aluminium, Properties and Uses,
  • United States, 376 Cold Rolling-Mill Bearings, 601
  • Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 335
  • High Tin, Effect of Casting Temperature and Heat Treatment, 409, 430*
  • Brook, G. B., on Determination of Sodium in Aluminium, 409
  • Brooke, J. W., & Co., Ltd., Marine Petrol Motor, 815*
  • Brookhirst Swutchgear, Ltd., Motor Starting and Control Panels, 447, 580*
  • Brooks & Doxey (1920), Ltd., Cotton Spinning Machinery, 90*
  • Broom & Wade, Ltd., Air Compressors, 179*, 191*. 766*
  • Broomaster Portable Air Compressor, 179
  • Browett, Lindley & Co., Ltd., High-Speed Steam Engine, 305* ; Air Compressors, 690* ; Gas Engine, 847*
  • Brown Coal, Morw’ell Pow’er Scheme, Electric¬ally Operated Excavator, 299*
    • Occurrence and Use, 480
  • Brown, 1)., A Sons (Hudd.), Ltd., Worm-Gear Testing Machine, 823*
  • Brown, J., A Co., Ltd., Naval Construction
  • Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 189 ;
  • Launch of S.S. “ Oronsay,” 264 Browm, Lieut.-Col. W., the Late, 653
  • Brown A Sharpe Gear Testing Machine, 696
  • Browm-Boveri Mercury-Vapour Rectifier Sub¬stations, 782*. See 845*
  • Bruce, Sir D., on Prevention of Disease, 265
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., Brush-Ljungstrom Turbo-Generator, British Em¬pire Exhibition, 71* ; Manufacture of Brush-Ljungstrom Turbines, 699* ; Brush- Ljungstrdm Turbo Generators, St. Pancras Power Station, 642*
  • Buck A Hickman, Ltd., Adjustable Wrenches and Spanners, 113*
  • Budgen, H. P., on Repetition Stresses, 500, 532*. See 284
  • Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway, Loco¬motive, 280*
  • Buffet Car, Pullman, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 7
  • Buildings, Acoustic Properties, Research in, 411
    • Electrical Equipment, Regulations, 202
    • Wind Pressure on, Measurement, 800
  • Bulawayo, Use of Electric Power, 85
  • Buoyant Apparatus, Life-Saving, New’ Regula¬tions, 587
  • Bureau of Mines. See United States
    • of Shipping. See United States
    • of Standards. See United States
  • Burford, H. G., on Road Conditions and the Development of Motor Vehicles, 87, 874
  • Burge, W. S., on Pass-Out Turbines, 744
  • Burmah Shale Oil Distilling Plant, 538
  • Burmese Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 507*, 537*. See LETTER, 548
  • Burners, Oil Fuel, See Oil Fuel Burnt Oak Automatic Substation, 227*
  • Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Shaping Machines, 360* ; Planing Machine, 362* ; Slotting Machines, 363*
  • Butt Welding Machine (A.l Electric Welding Appliances Co.), 827*
  • Butterley Company, Ltd., Coal-'Washing Plant, 411*

C

  • CABLE-LAYING Steamer ” Edouard Suen- son,” 196*, 269*
  • Ploughing Tackle, Fowler’s, 382. See 516*. 807
  • Railway, Penang, 664*, 726*, 789* 852* Works, Henley’s, Laboratories. 736*
    • See also Wire Ropes and Electric
  • Cadmium Light, Wave Length, Calibration of Standard Metre, 491*
  • Caeg Electric Safety Lamps, Miners, 529
  • Calcium Chloride Breathers, Transformers, 802
  • Calcutta Water Supply, 178
  • Calendar, Simplified, Plea for, 410
  • Calorific Value, Coal, and Boiler Trials, 55. See LETTERS, 101
  • Cambrian Wagon Co., Ltd., 20-ton Steel Rail way Wagon, 766
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., Thomas Gas Meter, 182*. See Errata, 262 ; Recording Instruments, 287 ; Automatic Tempera¬ture-Control Apparatus, 451*, 628* ; Clink Detector, Steel Forgings, 658*
  • Camellaird-Fullagar Diesel Engine, Piston Withdrawal, 145* ; Trials of M.S.” British Aviator,” 236, 369
  • Cammell Laird & Co., Ltd., Steam Railway Motor Coach, 6*. See Errata, 133; Rail¬way Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 279* ; Metallurgical Exhibits, British Em¬pire Exhibition, 438 ; Willison Automatic Coupling, 478
  • Canada, Electric Power Transmission and Dis¬tribution, 78
  • Engineering Problems, Traffic on Great Lakes, 266
  • Fuel Resources, 38, 480. See LETTER, 10*
  • Manufacture of Alkali-Chlorine Products, 448
  • Montreal Docks, Electric Locomotives 716
  • Power Resources, 19, 31. See 78
  • Railway Transportation in, 141*, 266, 540
  • River St. Lawrence, Dredcine Work, 438. See Erratum, 486; Development for Power and Navigation, 239*, 271*. See 267
  • Canada, Toronto International Mathematical Congress, Hon. Sir C. A. Parsons on the Steam Turbine, 469 ; Prof. Sir J. B. Hen¬derson on Teaching Mathematics, 491
    • Meeting, British Association. See British Association
    • Wood-Pulp and Paper Making Industry, 539
  • Canadian Bridge Co., Designs for Sydney
  • Harbour Bridge, 129*. See 169, 198
  • Electro-Chemical Industries, 448
  • Exhibit, British Empire Exhibition, 137* See LETTER, 334
  • Government Dry Dock, Esquimalt, 449
  • Ingersoll Rand Company, Compressors, 138
  • Railways, British Empire Exhibition, 141
  • Timber Resources, 539
  • Water Power, Development of River St. Lawrence, 239*, 271*. See 267. 438, 486
    • Power and the Electro-Metallurgical Industries, 449
    • Power, International Joint Commission, 37
    • Power, Queenston-Chippawa Develop¬ment, 220*, 255*. See 267
    • Power Resources, 43, 301, 506. See 267
  • Canal Construction, Queenston – Chippawa Hydro-Electric Development, 221
    • Panama, Report on Working, 745
    • Ten Years’ Operation, 491
    • Suez, Proposed Deepening, 457 See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cantilever Bridge. See Bridge Capacity. See Electric
  • Capital and Labour. See Labour Capstan, Electric (Vickers Ltd.), 502*
    • Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools Carbon Dioxide Compressor, High-Speed, Refrigerating Plant, 559*
    • Refrigerating Plants. See Refrigerating
    • Monoxide-Air Explosions, Activation of Nitrogen, 448
    • Removal from Town Gas, 23
  • Carbonisation, Seaweed, Fuel Research Board, 233
  • Carburetted Water Gas. See Gas
  • Carburettor Manufacture, Iron Casting in Metal Moulds, 377
  • Carburisation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Cardiff Engineering Exhibition, 747, 766*, 808
  • Carding Machines for Cotton, 89*
  • Carels Diesel Engine, Improvements in, 544
  • Cargo Oil Pump (Hayward-Tyler & Co., Ltd.), 5*
    • Steamers. See Steamers
    • Winch, Williams-Janney Gear, 211
  • Carothers, S. D., on Earth Stresses, 1*, 156
  • Carriage, Kitchen, Electrically-Equipped, London & North Eastern Railway, 480
    • Passenger, Penang Hills Railway, 728
    • Railway, Control Trailer Car, Metropolitan. Railway, 9*
    • Four-Wheeled Double-Bolster Bogie, 280
    • Pullman Buffet Car, British Empire Exhibition, 7
    • Repair, Petrol, Four-Wheel Drive, 817
    • Steam Motor, Sentinel-Cammell, 6*. See Errata, 133
    • Royal Saloon, Egyptian State Railways, 475
    • Third-Class Vestibule, London Midland & Scottish Railway, 160*
  • Cars, Dynamometer, Electrical Recording Instruments, 208*
    • Motor. See Motor Cars
    • Passenger, Accumulator, British Empire Exhibition, 198
  • Carter, G. F., on the Duties of Municipal Engineers, 24
  • Cartridge Cold Starter, Petter Oil Engine, 721
  • Carus-Wilson, Professor C. A., on Science Teaching in Technical Schools, 865
  • Carville Power Station, Comparisons with North Tees, 57*
  • Cascade System, Feed Heating. See Feed Water
  • Casein Products, New Zealand Dairy Industry, 289
  • Cask Washing Machine, Brewers’ Exhibition, 649
  • Cast Iron Pots, Piston Rings, Specification, 583
    • Production from Steel Scrap, 276
    • Research Association, British, 707
  • Castings, Brass, Standard Specifications, 261
  • Iron, Influence of Titanium, 113 Production in Cast-Iron Moulds, 377 — and Steel, Motor-Car Manufacture,
  • Standard Specifications, 176 Steel, British Empire Exhibition, 99, 189*,
  • 438, 440
    • Rudder Frame, H.M.S. “ Hood,” 189*
    • Vikro Heat-Resisting, 99 Temperature, Admiralty Gun Metal, Effect
  • on Properties, 436*. See 409 — Bronze, Effect on Properties, 409, 430*
  • Catalogues, 33, 113, 151, 183, 214, 244, 306, 470, 502, 534, 564, 627, 660, 692, 754,
  • 787, 820, 877. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Catchment Areas, Run-off, Storage and
  • Allocation, 42
  • Caterpillar Tractor. See Tractor
  • Cathcart, A. B., on Underground Water Supply, 151
  • C.A.V. Small Tools, Ltd., Wade Screw-Cutting Lathe, 749*
  • Cavitation Investigations, United States Warships, 717*. See LETTER, 769
  • Cedars Rapids Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 239*. See 267, 271
  • Celluloid Models, Stress Determination by. See Optical
  • Cement, Ferrocrete Quick-Hardening, Tests, 867
  • High Alumina (Ciment Fondu), Use for
  • Reinforced Concrete Piles, 739
  • Manufacture. British Empire, 381
  • See also Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cementation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Census of Road Traffic, 837
  • Centenary Celebrations, Franklin Institute, 745
  • Central Station. See Power Station
  • Centreless Grinding Machines, 404*
  • Centrifugal Pumps. See Pumps
    • Separator, Oil Purification, Monarch, 274*
    • Stresses, Rotating Discs, Conical Profile,
  • 418. See LETTER, 486
  • Centring, Timber, Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, 257*
  • Ceramic Society (Refractory Materials Sec¬tion) : Comparison of Gas and Coke- Fired Drying Stoves, by T. W. Barley, 460; Properties of Clay-Sillimanite Mix¬tures, by H. S. Houldsworth, 461 ; Influ¬ence of Exposure on the Chemical and Physical Properties of Certain Fireclays, by W. Hugill and W. J. Rees, 481 ; Alumina-Silica Minerals in Firebricks, by W. J. Rees, 481 ; Note on the Storage of Silica Refractories, by W. J. Rees,; Rapid Method for the Determina tion of True (or Powder) Speciflc Gravity by W. Hugill and W. J. Rees, 482 ; Speciflc Gravity and After Expansion of Lime- Bonded Silica Bricks, by W. J. Rees,
  • 482
  • “ Ceres,” H.M.S., Model, British Empire Exhibition, 189
  • Ceylon, Aberdeen-Laxapana Water Power Scheme, 473*
  • Colombo Harbour, Future Depth, 457
  • Chains and Anchors, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 100
  • Driving, Renold Steel Hollow-Stud, 260*
  • Mortising Machine, 23*
  • Track Tractor. See Tractor
  • Challies, J. B., on Water-Power Resources of Canada, 301. See 267
  • Chamber of Shipping, Report on Port Facili- ties 715
  • Change-Speed Gear. See Gear; Motor-Car Details
  • Channels, Water, Automatic Intake Control, 432*
  • Charcoal, Conductivity of, Electric Iron Smelting, 637
  • Charging Machine, Coke Ovens, Shelton Iron Works, 512*
  • Charing Cross to Kennington Extension, Underground Railways, 328
  • Chatham Dockyard and Hospital, Automatic Telephone Exchange, 373
  • Chelmsford Transmitting Station, British Broadcasting Co., Ltd., 494*
  • Chemical Analysis. See Analysis
  • Engineering Laboratory, University College, London, 682
  • Engineers, Institution of, Dr. W. M. Travers on Tests of Water Gas Plants, 682
  • Fire Extinguisher, the Konus Kemik, 530 Industry, Society of, Dr. A. van Rossem
  • on the Chemistry and Uses of Rubber Latex, 776; (Chemical Engineering Group), Development and Formation of Crystals, by T. V. Barker, 738 ; Mech¬anical Crystallisation, by H. Griffiths, 738
  • -Salts, Crystallisation from Solutions, 738
  • Works, Report on, 127 Chemistry, Acidity of Raw Rubber, 334
  • Activation of Nitrogen, Gaseous Explo¬sions, 448
  • Alcohol, Dehydration by Glycerin, 344
  • Alkali-Chlorine Products, Canadian Manu¬facture, 448
  • of Colloids, British Association Papers, 480 of Corrosion. See Corrosion Crystals, Natural History of (Review), 631 — Structure, Analysis by X-Rays, 349*,368, 428
  • Determination of Sodium in Aluminium, 409
  • Nitrogen Fixation, Report, 116 Oxygen Determination in Pure Iron, 366 Physical, Formation of Igneous Rocks, 588 of Rare Elements (Review), 336 and the State, 448
  • Synthetic Ammonia Manufacture, Franco- German Agreement, 263. See 372
  • Ammonia Manufacture, Recent Develop¬ments, 263. See 372
  • Testing Volumetric Glassware, 378
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, Mallet Simple Locomotive, 795*, 860*
  • Chester Waterworks Pumping Station, Re¬mote Control, 671*
  • Chicago Power Station, 50,000 kw. Turbo Generator, 66*. See 45
  • China, Power Resources, 33. See 19
  • Chittenden, J. P., on Pass-Out Turbines, 744
  • Chlorination Plant, Water Supply, Egyptian Towns, 736
  • Chlorine Products, Canadian Manufacture, 448
  • Christiania, Electric Power Supply, 85
  • Chuck. See Machine Tools
  • Churchill, C., & Co., Ltd., Chucking Machine,
  • 400* ; Lees-Bradner Gear Grinder, 402* ;
  • Cincinnati Centreless Grinder, 404 ; Five- Spindle Automatic Machine, 442*
  • Churchill Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Grinding Machines, 405
  • Ciment Fondu, Advantages for Ferro-Concrete Piles, 739
  • Cincinnati Centreless Grinding Machine, 404
  • Cinematograph. See Kinematograph
  • Circuit Breaker. See Switchgear Circular Plates, Deflection of, 286
  • Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools
  • Circulating Pumps. See Pumps Circulation Theory, Aviation, and the Flettner
  • Rotor Ship, 710, 770. See LETTER, 831*
  • City and Guilds Engineering College, Tests of Quick-Hardening Cement, 867
  • and South London Railway, Tunnel
  • Enlargement, 640 ; Re-opening, 775
  • Civil Aerial Transport. See Aeronautics
  • Engineering of Water Power, 44
  • Engineers, French Society, M. de Boulongue, on Repairs of La Voulte Viaduct, 557

Civil Engineers, Institution of :

  • Standard Test Code for Hydraulic Power Plants, Discussion, 51
  • James Forrest Lecture on Electrical Pro¬gress and its Unsolved Problems, by Prof. E. Thomson, 56
  • Committee on Heat Engine and Boiler Trials, General Scope and Objects of Work, by Capt. H. R. Sankey, 55. See LETTER, 101
  • Kelvin Centenary, 97. See 104 Economic Position of Great Britain,
  • Address by E. Crammond, 617 Presidential Address by B. Mott, on
  • Metropolitan Engineering, 640. See 647. See LETTERS, 676
  • Modern Practice in Road Making, by W. J. Hadfield, 692
  • Water Supply to the Smaller Provincial Towns of Egypt, by R. H. L. Pennell and H. Addison, 735
  • Report of Committee on Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 774
  • Measurement of Wind Pressure on Struc¬tures, by Dr. T. E. Stanton, 800
  • Standards of Comparison in Connection with the Thermal Efficiency of Steam Engines, by Capt. H. R. Sankey, 818*. See 835, 866*
  • Clarke, Engineer-CommanderW. H., the Late, 622
  • Class Warfare, Futility 681. See LETTER, 746
  • Claude Process, Synthetic Ammonia, Recent Developments, 263. See 372
  • Clay, London, Properties of, 640, 641, 647.
  • See LETTER, 676
  • Fire. See Firebricks ; Refractory Materials
  • Clayton Electric Vehicles, 689*. See 719
  • Cleaning Machines for Cotton, 12*
  • Water Mains, Victaulic Pipe Joints, 14
  • Clearance Volume, Engine Cylinders, Deter¬mination, 101*
  • Cleveland Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Dia¬grams and the Northern Counties, Notes from, 15,
  • 53, 95, 133, 167, 199, 229, 261. 291, 329, 373, 415, 453, 487, 519, 549, 583, 613, 645, 676, 707, 738, 771, 802, 833. See PARA¬GRAPH INDEX
  • Climate of Polar Regions, 863
  • See also Meteorological
  • Climax Dobby, Cotton Weaving, 248*
  • Climax Rock Drill and Engineering Works,
  • Ltd., Rock Drill and Percussion Coal Cutter, 528*
  • Clink Detector, Steel Ingots and Forgings, 658
  • Clinker Formation, Boiler Furnaces, 548
  • Cloth Folding and Measuring Machine, 250
  • Cloud Drops, Formula for Diameters, 592
  • and Skies, Photometric Observations, 592
  • Clutches, Hydraulic, Change-Speed Gear, Oil Engine Locomotive, 702*
  • Fottinger, Diesel Engine Drive, M.S. “ Vulcan,” 92*, 369*
  • Reversing, Wiberg, Geared Turbines, 120, 144*
  • See also Motor-Car Details CO2. See Carbon Dioxide
  • Coach, Motor, Railway, Steam, Sentinel- Cammell, 6* See Errata 133
  • Railway. See also Carriages
  • Coal, British Prices and United States Exports, 518, 521
  • Brown, Morwell Power Scheme, Electrically-Operated Excavator, 299*
  • Occurrence and Use, 480
  • Calorific Value, and Boiler Trials, 55 See LETTERS, 101
  • Consumption, Electric Power Stations, 377 See also Trials
  • St. Pancras Power Station. Parsons’ Line, 642*
  • Conveyor, Colliery Workings, 226*
  • Co-ordination of Supplies, 82
  • Cost of, and Mining Royalties, 294
  • Cutting Machines, British Empire Exhibi¬tion Colliery, Mavor & Coulson Disc Type, 225 ; Mavor <fc Coulson Arcwall Chain Type, 225* : Mavor & Coulson Universal Bar Type, 225 ; Diamond Chain Type, 225 ; Siskol Percussion Type, 225* ; Cli¬max Percussion Type, 528*
  • Machines, Cardiff Engineering Exhibi¬tion, 766
  • Economy. See also Fuel Economy; Pul¬verised Coal Gas. See Gas.
  • Handling, Bennis Automatic Conveyor, 766
  • Lakeside Power Station, Costs, 592
  • Hydrogenation of, 38, 777
  • Industry, Belgian, Statistics, 838
  • Lancashire, Arley Seam, Fuel Research Board Investigations, 552
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation and Fuel Economy, 38, 82, 777
  • Temperature Carbonisation, Fuel Re¬search Board, 232
  • Temperature Carbonisation, Maclaurin Plant, Dalmarnock Gasworks, 491, 682
  • Temperature Carbonisation, Parker Plant Trials, 588*
  • Temperature Carbonisation, Tests of Arley Seam Coal. 553
  • Measuring Apparatus, Boiler Furnaces (E. Allen <fe Co., Ltd.), 242*; Lea, Internally Fired Boilers, 598*
  • Mine. See Colliery Miners, Health of, 294
  • Mining Industry, Economics, 518* 521
  • Proposed Control, Report, 293
  • Physical and Chemical Properties, Survey, 232. See 19, 31, 552
  • Production Costs and Output, 521. See 518*
  • Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal Resources, Canadian, 137
  • of the World, 19, 31
  • Screening Plant, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 340*
  • Steamers, with Unloading Conveyors, Great Lakes, 723*. See Erratum, 863
  • Washing Plant, Rheolaveur, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 411*
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Coalfield, Ulster, Development, 175
  • Coalite. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carboni¬sation
  • Coast Defence Measures, French, Report, 170
  • Coastal Motor Boats, Thornycroft, British Empire Exhibition, 421*
  • Shipping, Position and Prospects, 774
  • Coating, Metallic, Spraying Process, 409
  • Cobalt, Electro-Deposited, Hardness of, 599
  • Steel, Permanent Magnets, 274*, 302*. See 286
  • Cochran <fe Co. (Annan), Ltd., Oil-Fired Boiler, 501*
  • Cockcroft, J. D. Harmonic Analyser, 651. See 876*
  • Coe, R. T., Harmonic Analyser. 651. See 876
  • Coffee-Preparing Machinery, British Empire Exhibition, 541*
  • Coinage, Working of Nickel for, 378
  • Coke, Conductivity of, Iron Smelting, 637
  • Conveyor, Belt, the Robins, 512*
  • Fired Drying Stoves, Comparisons with Gas Firing, 460
  • Fuel for Steam Raising, 40, 82
  • Ovens, Piette, Shelton Iron Works. 510
  • Coker, Prof. E. G., on Optical Determination of
  • Stress, 284. See LETTERS, 462, 704, 769
  • Coking, Low-Temperature, of Coal. See Coal — Stoker. See Stoker
  • Colchester Lathe Co., Lathes, 356*. 401*
  • Cold Rolling, Effect on Hardness of Copper, 386*, 408
  • Mills, Design and Lubrication of Bear¬ings, 569*, 601*, 636*. See LETTER, 769*
  • Mills, Michell Radial Bearings. 769*
  • Saw. See Machine Tools Starter, Cartridge, Petter Oil Engine, 721* Starting Oil Engine. See Engine, Oil Storage, Fruit Transport, Rail and Sea, 743* — and Ice Association, British. Dr. E.
  • Griffiths on Refrigeration Research, 742*
  • See also Refrigeration
  • Stores, Heat Insulating Materials, Conduct¬ivity Tests. 742*
  • Work, Effect in High-Temperature Tensile Tests of Wires, 408
  • Coleraine, Ireland, Strauss Bascule Bridge, 758
  • Collapsible Boat, the Collet, 843*
  • College. See Education Collet Folding Boat, 843*
  • Collieries, Caeg Electric Safety Lamps. 529
  • Electric Light Fittings for, 529*
  • Shock Fatalities, 243
  • Materials for Stone Dusting, 675. See 808 Portable Air Compressor for, 766*
  • Safe Use of Electricity, 243. See 808 Stone Dusting Machine for, 808. See 675
  • Use of Explosives, Statistics, 291
  • Collierv at British Empire Exhibition, 49*,
  • 159*, 190*, 224*, 251*, 338*, 411*, 528*. See 622*
  • Haulage, Compressed-Air Locomotives,
  • Compressor for Charging, 498*
  • Gear. See Haulage Industry, Co-operation in, 293, 585
  • Mining Royalties and Cost of Coal, 294
  • Proposed Control, Report, 293
  • Lamp, Electric, with Turbine-Driven Gene¬rator, 530*
  • Lighting. See Safety Lamps.
  • Plant, Coal-Cutting Machines. See Coal Cutting
  • Exhibition, Cardiff, 747, 766*, 808
  • Pit Prop Withdrawing Appliance, 528
  • Requisites, Standardisation, 815
  • Tubs, Creepers and Tipplers, Coal-Screening Plant, 338*
  • Gate-End Conveyor for Loading. 227*
  • Weighing Machine for, 338 Ulster, Development, 175
  • Ventilating Fan. Sirocco Type, 660*
  • Winding. See Winding
  • Work, Electric Battery Locomotive, 252*
  • Gate-End Switch, 180*
  • Workers, Health of, 294 Workings, Belt Conveyors for, 226*
  • See also Mines and Coal
  • Collinson, G. R., on Jet Dispersers for Water Discharge, 247*
  • Collisions. See Accidents
  • Colloids, Chemistry of, British Association Papers, 480
  • Colombia, Economic Conditions. Report. 681
  • Colombo Electric Supply, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 473*
  • Harbour, Future Depth Requirements, 457
  • Coloured Signals, Street Traffic Regulation, 24
  • Colville, D., and Sons, Ltd., Metallurgical Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 100
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests (Materials) Combing Machine, Cotton, Nasmith, 90
  • Combustion of Fuel, Heat Losses in, 40*
  • See also Fuel; Gaseous Explosions Commerce. See Trade. See also Industries
  • and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX Commercial Aviation. See Aeronautics.
  • Motor Cars. See Motor Commissioner System, Conduct of Public Services, 375
  • Committee, Engineering Standards. See
  • Engineering and Standardisation Heat Engines and Boiler Trials. Progress
  • of Work, 55. See LETTERS, 101. See also 818*, 835, 866*
  • Commonwealth. See Australia
  • Commutator Insulation, Undercutting Tool 621*
  • Companies. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Comparator, Gear Tooth, Sykes, 822*
  • Comparison Standards, Thermal Efficiency of Steam Engines, 818*, 835. 866*
  • Compensation, Workmen’s. See Labour
  • Complex Stresses, Report of B.A. Committee, 286. See 506
  • Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Compressed Air, Colliery-Haulage Gear. See Haulage Gear
  • Consolidation of Concrete Piling, 414*
  • Flow Meters (G. Kent, Ltd.), 193*
  • Locomotives, Charging Compressor, 498*
  • Turbine and Generator, Electric Col¬liery Lamp, 530*
  • See also Pneumatic Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Gas Cylinders. See Gas Compression of Steel Balls, Formula. 101
  • Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor
  • Ammonia, Electrically-driven (Haslam Foundry and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 290*
  • Compressor, Ammonia, High-Speed, Refrigerat¬ing Plant, 561*, 594*
  • Carbon Dioxide, High-Speed Refrigerating Plant, 559*
  • Conciliation in Labour Disputes. See Labour and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Concrete Construction, Gladstone Dock, Liver¬pool, 48*
  • Construction, Swedish Arch Dams, 76 Effect of Salt on, 618
  • Expansion of, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 101
  • Foundation Blocks, Eccentrically-loaded, Stress Distribution, 763*
  • Piling, Air Pressure Consolidation, 414
  • Reinforced. See Ferro-Concrete Waters, for Mixing, Investigations, 618
  • See also Ferro-Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Condensate Pump, Turbine Driven, S.S. “ Drott¬ningholm,” 841*
  • Condensation Pump, Mercury-Vapour, High Vacuum, 267*
  • Condensers, Air Pumps for. See Pumps, Air Tube Corrosion, Research, 335
  • Corrosion in Sea Water, 378 See also Electric
  • Condensing Plant, Centrifugal Pump for Circulating Water, 5*
  • Centrifugal Pump for Condensate, 5* Ferro-Concrete Cooling Towers, 776
  • Geared Turbines, S.S. “ Drottningholm,” 841*
    • Manchester Power Station, Tests, 668
  • Conductivity, Heat-Insulating Materials, Cold Stores, Tests, 742*
    • Measurement, National Physical Labora¬tory, 279*
    • Spongy Rubber, 682 See also Electric
  • Conduit, Electric Wiring, Bending Tool, 236
  • Conference, Life-Boat, International, 16. See Erratum, 207
    • World Power. See World Power Conference
  • Congella Dock, Durban, Electric Crane, 104*. See 238
  • Congress, Empire Mining and Metallurgical, R. Nelson on Electricity in Mines, 243
    • Institute of Transport, British Empire Exhibition, 450
    • International Mathematical, Toronto: Hon. Sir C. A. Parsons on the Steam Turbine, 469; Prof. Sir J. B. Henderson on Teaching Matheriiatics, 491
  • Connecting Rod Bolt, Composite Material, Fracture of, 418
    • Motor Car Engines, Light Alloys, 455
  • Conservation of Coal. See Coal; Fuel; Pul¬verised Coal
  • Constant Current, Electric Distribution, Austin System, 734*
  • C’onstantinesco Variable Transmission Gear, 87
  • Constructional Engineering Co., Ltd., Railway Transport of Large Cupolas, 592*
  • Contratto Air Pumps, (Vickers Ltd.), 573
  • Controllers, Electric Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • Conveyor, Automatic, Coal Handling (E. Bennis & Co., Ltd.), 766
  • Belt, for Coke, the Robins, 512*
  • Coal, for Colliery Workings, 226*
  • Gate End, Loading Colliery Tubs, 227
  • Renold Hollow-Stud Steel Chain for, 260
  • Unloading, for Cargo Steamers, Great Lakes, 723*. See Erratum, 863
  • Cook, T., & Son, Ltd., Nile Steamers, 463
  • Cooke, Troughton & Simms, Ltd., Ozalid Photo-Printing Process, 660
  • Cooking Apparatus, Electric, London & North Eastern Railway Kitchen Car, 480
  • Cooling Systems, Water, Flow Indicator, 548
    • Towers, Ferro-Concrete, 776
  • Co-operation in Indian Agriculture, 509. See 537
  • Co-ordination of Industrial Research, Records Bureau, 586
  • Copenhagen Harbour, Proposed Bridge, 292
  • Copper Alloys. Sec Brass; Bronze; Gunmetal ; and Alloys under Metallurgy Cakes for Rolling, Specification, 686
  • Conductors, Specification, 738. See 425 Effect of Cold Rolling on Hardness, 386*, 408
  • Effect of Iron, 379 Electro-Deposited, Hardness of, 599 Ore Deposits, Outokumper, Finland, 501 Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Products, British Empire Exhibition, 335 Standard Specifications, 425, 686, 738 See also Metallurgy
  • Core Drying Stoves, Gas and Coke Firing, 460
  • Corn, Artificial Drying in Ricks, 554*
  • Corona Vertical Drilling Machine, 316
  • Corrosion, Aluminium, by Sea Water, Pre¬vention, 335
  • Condenser Tubes, Research, 335
  • Tubes, in Sea Water, 378
  • Iron and Steel, in Sea Water, 775 of Metals, Prevention, Metal-Spraying Pro¬cess, 409
  • Research, Institute of Metals, Report, 378
  • Corse, W. M., on Non-Ferrous Metallurgy in America, 376
  • Costs, Labour, Apportionment, 582. See 433
  • Manufacturing, Reduction of, 419
  • Cotton Industry of India, 536
  • Mills, Air-Humidifying Apparatus, Andrew System, 873*
  • Preparing, Spinning and Weaving Machinery,
  • British Empire Exhibition, 11*, 89*, 247
  • Countershafts, Pollard Drilling Machines, 316
  • Coupling, Automatic, Willison Central-Buffer Type, 478
    • Shaft, Power Absorption under Water, 418
    • See also Clutch
  • Coventry Centreless Grinding Machine, 404
  • Coverings, Non-Conducting. See Heat, Insu¬lation
  • Cowper-Coles, S., on Sherardising Process, 277* ; on Testing Galvanised Iron, 825
  • Cox <fe Danks, Ltd., Salvage of German Fleet, 233*. See 373
  • Cracking, Oil, Recent Developments, 523
  • Crammond, E., on the Economic Position of Great Britain, 617
  • Crane, Derrick Car, Bridge Erection, 758* Electric, 25-Ton Level-Luffing, for Durban, 104*, See 238
  • Equipment, Gladstone Dock, Liverpool, 48
  • Turbine Shops, Brush Co., 699*
  • Hooks, Stresses in, United States Investi¬gations, 491
  • Overhead, Electric, l|-Ton, with Under¬slung Bridge, 164*
  • Wire Hopes for, Research, 856*, 867 See also Hoists
  • Crankshafts, Estimation of Stresses, 418
  • Crawford Avenue Power Station, 50,000-kw. Turbo Generator, 66*. See 45
  • Cray Reservoir, Swansea Waterworks, Jet Dispersers for Water Discharge, 247* ,
  • Creepers, Colliery Tubs, Coal-Screening Plant. 338*
  • Creeping, Steel, Tensile Tests, 793, 816*, 843*
  • Crighton, R., The Late, 327
  • Crighton Opening Machine for Cotton, 13
  • Critical Points, Metals. See Metallurgy
    • Potentials in Radiation, 322
  • Crompton, Col. R. E., on Mechanical Transport on Roads, 681
  • Crops, Drying by Hot Air, 554*
  • Cross Oil Cracking Process, 524
  • Crossley & Co., Milling Machine, 353* ; Radial Drill, 359*
  • Crozier System, Shale Oil Distillation, 538
  • Crude-Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crystals, Metallic, Surface Phenomena. 368
  • Natural History of (Review'), 631
  • Structure, Analysis by X-Rays, 349*, 368, 428
    • and Refractive Index, 368 — Solid Argon, 368
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Metal¬lography ; Micro-Photographs
  • Crystallisation, Salts and Sugar, from Solutions, 738
  • " Cubore,” M.S., Trials and Working Results, 714
  • Cultivating Machine for Grass, 807
  • Culvert, Brickwork, Damage by Molluscs, 775
  • Cunard Liner “ Aurania,” 380
    • “ Mauretania,” Record Atlantic Voyages, 424 ; Repairs to Turbines, 424*
  • Cupolas, Railway Transport of, 592
  • Cupro-Nickel, Tensile Strength, Temperature and Cold Work, Relationship, 408
  • Current, Electric. See Electric
  • Cutlers’ Feast, Sheffield, J. H. Thomas on Class Warfare, 681. See LETTER 746
  • Cutlery Grinding, Accidents in, 773 Cutting Machines, Coal. See Coal Cutting
  • Machine, Oxygen-Jet, Godfrey, 124*
  • -off Machine. See Machine Tools Properties. Tool Steel, Testing Machine, 446*
  • Cycle and Motor Cycle Show, Olympia, 652*
    • Motor. See Motor Cycle
  • Cylinders, Engine, Determination of Clearance Volume, 101*
    • Gas. See Gas
  • Cylindrical Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • Czecho-Slovakia, Pow'er Resources, 32. See 19

D

  • DAGENHAM, Proposed Works, Ford Motor Co., 91
  • Dahl, H. 0., on Water Turbine Design, 63
  • Dairy Industry, New' Zealand, 289*
  • Dallyn, F. A., on the Engineer and Public Health, 286
  • Dalmarnock Gas Works, Low’-Temperature Carbonisation Plant, 491, 682
  • “ Damietta,” Nile Tourist Steamer, 463
  • Dams, Arch, Recent Swedish Designs, 76
  • Construction, Newfoundland Water Pow'er Plant, 125*
    • in Italy, 44
  • Earthen, Rock Fill and Masonry, Construc¬tion in United States, 466
  • Multiple Arch, River Tirso, Sardinia, 632
  • Steel Sheet Piling, Gladstone Dock Con¬struction, 48*
  • Waldeck Reservoir, Temperature Fluctua¬tions, 425
  • Danish Cable-Laying Steamer ” Edouard Suenson,” 196*, 269*
    • Expedition, Survey of North West Green¬land, 344
    • See also Denmark
  • Danube, River, Water Leakage from, 580
  • Darrer, R., Electric Iron Smelting in Switzer¬land, 637
  • David, Prof. W. T., on Missing Pressure in Gas Engines, 605, 623*, 679, 684. See LETTERS, 641, 704, 746 ; on Heat Loss in Gas En¬gines, 605, 629*, 679, 684. See LETTERS, 641, 701, 746
  • Davidson & Co., Ltd., Ventilating Fan, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 160*
  • Davidson, F., & Co., Microscopes for Metal¬lography, 514*
  • Davies, C. E., on Roll Bearings, 569*, 601*, 636*. See LETTER, 769*
  • Davis, A. P., on the Construction of Dams, 466
  • Dawes Plan, German Reparations, and British Engineering Industry, 695, 725, 757
  • De Beers Mines, Diamond Washing Plant, 205*
  • De Feo, Capt., on Submarine Design, 232
  • De Laval. See Laval and Turbine
  • De Roll, L., Carriages, Penang Hills Railway, 728*
  • Dean, Smith & Grace (1908),Ltd., Lathes, 401
  • Dean System, Electrical Operation of Valves, 671*
  • Decentralisation, Industrial, and Electric Power Supply, 185
  • Deer Lake Hydro-Electric Power Station, Newfoundland, 125*
  • Deflection of Circular Plates, 286
  • Degrees, Engineering, London University, 831
  • Delfos, Ltd., Rock Drills, 174*
  • Dellner, G., on Swedish Oil Engines, 105. See 83
  • Delta Metal Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 335
  • Denmark, Bridge Construction Projects, 292 Electric Power in Agriculture. 84 Electrical Power from Norway, 78, 114, 213 Power Resources, 32. See 19 See also Danish
  • Dennis Brothers, Ltd., Motor Fire Engine, 383♦ ; Trailer Fire Pump, 426*
  • Derrick Car, Bridge Erection Work, 758*
    • See also Cranes
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • Detonation, Internal-Combustion Engines, 616
  • Dew Point Hygrometers, National Physical Laboratory, 278*
  • Diagrams, Indicator. See Indicator. Metal-Price. See Metal-Price Diagrams Temperature-Entropy, Carville and North Tees Power Stations, 58*
    • Entropy, Modified Form, 215*
  • Dial Gauge, Gear-Tooth Measurement, 821
  • Diamond Coal Cutter Co., Ltd., Coal-Cutting Machine, 225*; Shaking Conveyor for Colliery Workings, 227*
    • Washing Plant, De Beers Mines, 205
  • Diesel Engine Users’ Association, P. H. Smith on Exhaust Temperatures, Diesel Engines, 544.
    • Report on Working Costs, Diesel Engines, 715
    • See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine Pro¬pulsion
  • Diffraction, Optical, Theory of, 548
  • Digging Machine. See Excavating Machine
  • Dimensional Notation, Vector Quantities, 686
    • Problem, Notched-Bar Impact Tests, 286
  • Dining Cars, Electrically-Equipped Kitchen Car, London & North Eastern Railway,480*
  • Direction Finding. See Telegraphy, Wireless
  • Directories. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Discs, Rotating, Conical Profile, Stresses in, 418. See LETTER, 486
  • Disease, Prevention by Medical Science, 265
  • Displacement and Draught of Ships, Formula Connecting, 26
  • Disputes, Trade. See Labour
  • Dissociation in Gaseous Explosions, 605, 623*, 629*, 679, 684. See LETTERS, 641, 704, 746
  • Distillation, Tar, Report on Alkali Works, 128
  • Distilling Plant, Shale Oil, Crozier System, 538
  • Dividing Head for Milling Machine (J. Parkin¬son & Son), 355*
  • Diving Dress, Self-Contained, 149*
  • Dixon, Prof. S. M., Tests of Quick-Hardening Cement, 867
  • Docks, British, Report, 715
  • Construction, Schemes in Parliament, 777
  • Dry, at Esquimalt, B. C., 449*
  • Durban, South Africa, British Empire Exhibition, 173 ; Electric Crane, 104*. See 238
  • Facilities and Coastal Shipping, 774
  • Floating, Submarine Testing, Use for Salvage Operations, 233*. See 373 — (Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd.), 460
  • Gladstone Liverpool, Construction, 47
  • London, Roads Improvements, 572*
    • Trade Statistics and New Works, 554
  • Montreal, Electric Locomotives for, 746
  • Donkyard Apprentices and the Whitworth Gear-ships, 741. See LETTERS, 746, 770,
  • Dorman, Longn Harbour Briagoatic Telephone Exchange, Exhibit, British EuxA
  • DofiWe-Helical Gears. See ur, 84
  • DonaldsOtion Gears. See Marin#'*Launch, 548
  • Doors, TenonTlftfor Cotton Yarn, 91*
  • Doppelgas Process/td., Rice Machinery, 5bo
  • Dorman & Co., Ltd., Mv Accumulators, Pas-Gear-Box. 577* ' Exhibition, 198
  • Dorman, Long & Co., Ltd., Desigiis^ign, 153* Harbour Bridge, 129*. See leO^unula Exhibit, British Empire Exhibition, 43b
  • Double-Helical Gears. See Gears
    • Reduction Gears. See Marine Propulsion
  • Doubling Frame for Cotton Yarn, 91*
  • Douglas & Grant, Ltd., Rice Machinery, 538
  • D.P. Battery Company, Accumulators, Pas¬senger Cars, British Empire Exhibition, 198
  • Draft Tubes, Hydraulic Turbine, Design, 153
  • Draught and Displacement of Ships, Formula Connecting, 26
    • of Merchant Shipping, Deepening of Co¬
  • Dombo Harbour, 457
  • Draughtsman, Locomotive, Salary and Status, 765
  • Draw-Out Truck Switchgear. See Switchgear
  • Drawgear, Mallet Simple Locomotive, 861*. See 795*
  • Drawing Frame for Cotton, 90*
  • Dredgers, Suction, Sea-going, Hopper Type, Diesel-Electric Drive, 713
    • Sea-going Hopper Type, United States
  • Engineer Department, 713
  • Dredging, New York Harbour Approaches, 713
  • Work, Basis for Payment, 437. See
  • Erratum, 486
    • Floating Pipe Lines for Sludge Pumping, 438. See Erratum, 486
    • Retaining Walls for Reclaimed Land, 438. See Erratum, 486
    • River St. Lawrence, 438. See Errofum, 486
    • Sludge Disposal, 437. See Erratum, 486
  • Dresler Process, Pipe Manufacture, Blast- Furnace Slag, 600
  • Drier, Air, for Transformer Vents, 802*
  • Drills and Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools
    • Rock, Climax Percussion Type, 528*
  • Delfos. Ltd., 174*
  • Driving Chains. See Chains
  • Drops, Cloud, Formula for Diameters, 592
  • Forging Hammers. See Hammers under Machine Tools
  • Forgings (Vickers, Ltd.), 100
  • Stamps for Multiple-Impression Dies, 705*
  • Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • “ Drottningholm,” S.S., Geared-Turbine Machi¬nery, 841*
  • Drummond Brothers, Ltd., Small Lathes, 67*, 310*, 447 ; Milling Machine, 356
  • Dry Dock. See Dock
  • Drying Crops by Hot Air, 554*
  • Machine for Coffee Berries, 542*
  • Stoves, Foundry Work, Gas and Coke Firing, 460
  • Timber, Experimental Investigations, Towers for Waste Wood, 39, 503
  • Drysdale & Co., Ltd., Pumping Machinery, British Empire Exhibition, 217*
  • Du Bosque, F. L., on Diesel-Electric Ship Propulsion, 714
  • Dubbs’ Oil-Cracking Process, 524
  • Ducol High-Tensile Steel, 100
  • Duncan, R., the late, 800
  • Dunfermline Water-Supply, Self-Closing Valve, 143*
  • Dunford & Elliott (Sheffield), Ltd., Motor- Cycle Fire Extinguisher, 653
  • Dunlap, J. H., the Late, 229
  • Dunstan, Dr. A. E., on Oil Cracking. 523
  • Duralumin Exhibits, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 335
  • Durban, Electric Crane for Congella Dock, 104*. See 238
    • Port of, British Empire Exhibition, 173
  • Durham, Road Reconstruction in, 24
  • Dust, Coal. See Pulverised Coal
    • Electrical Precipitation, 648. See LETTER, 076
    • Stone, Colliery Use, Materials for, 675 ;
  • Dusting Machine, 808
  • Dutch East Indies, Railway Electrification, 118
    • Indies, Report on Trade, 832
    • Indies, Industrial Standardisation, 121
    • Indies, Power Resources, 33. See 19, 44
  • Indies, Water-Power Development, 44
    • Merchant Ships, Propelling Machinery, 119
    • System, Steel Tubular Construction, 674*.See 716
  • D’Yrsan Light Motor-Car, 653
  • Dynamics of Flying. See Aeronautics Dynamometer CJars, Electrical Recording Instruments, 208*
    • See also Torsion Meter
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators ; Turbo-Alternators

E

  • EARL OF DUDLEY’S Round Oak Works, Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 100
  • Earth-Boring Scheme, Sir C. A. Parsons’, 548 Gravitational Field, Local Variations
  • Report on, 410 Magnetism. See Magnetism Pressure, Eccentrically-Loaded Foundation
  • Blocks, 763*
  • Stresses Due to Loaded Surface, 1*, 156*
  • Earthen Dams, United States, 466
  • Earthquake Investigations, Report on, 410
    • Recorders, Milne-Shaw, Correlation of Records, 410
    • See also Seismograph.
  • Eaton, Major B. J., on Research Work on Rubber Plantations, 848
  • Eccles, Dr. W. H., on Amateur Wireless Transmission, 457
  • Ecole Polytechnique, Recruitment of French Naval Officers, 554
  • Economics, Coal-Mining Industry, 518*, 521
  • Industrial, French Position, 332
    • Reduction of Manufacturing Costs, 419
    • See also Labour
  • Position of Great Britain, 617
  • Railway. See Railway of World Power, 35
  • Economy, Fuel. See Fuel Economy
  • Eddington, Prof. A. S., on Relativity, 535
  • Edgware Extension, London Underground Railways, Automatic Substation, 227* ; Opening, 260
  • Edmonton, Canada, Water and Natural Gas Supply, 539
  • “ Edouard Suenson,” Danish Cable-Laying Steamer, 196*, 269*

Education :

  • Apprentices, Engineering, Training, 122
  • Broadcasting, Educational Value, 122
  • Chemical Engineering Laboratory, Univer¬sity College, London, Opening, 682
  • City and Guilds Engineering College, Tests of Quick-Hardening Cement, 867
  • Colleges, Technical, Need for Training Teachers, 135. See LETTER, 166
  • Degrees in Engineering, London Univer¬sity, 831
  • Ecole Poly technique, Recruitment of French Naval Officers from, 554
  • Education of Engineers, 122 — in India, 509
  • Engineering Degrees, London University, 831
  • Education, Holland and Sweden, 122
  • Scholarships, Norton A Gregory, 685
  • Students, Teaching Mathematics, 491
  • Teachers, Need for Training, 135. See LETTER, 166
  • Esthonia, Technical and Commercial Education, 122
  • Evening Classes, London County Council, 377
  • Industrial Concerns, German. Co-opera¬tion with Technical Schools. 122
  • Leeds University, Jubilee Celebration, 839
  • London County Council Evening Classes, 377
    • University Degrees in Engineering, 831
    • Mathematics, Teaching to Engineering Students, 491
  • Norton A Gregory Engineering Scholar¬ships, 685
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Cen¬tenary Celebrations, 618
  • Scholarships, Engineering, Norton A Gregory, 685 •
    • Whitworth, and Dockyard Appren¬tices, 741. See LETTERS, 746, 770, 810, 831, 861
    • Whitworth, Regulations. 233 Science Teaching in Technical Schools, 865
  • Teachers, Engineering, Need for Training, 135. See LETTER, 166
  • Teaching Mathematics, Engineering Stu¬dents, 491
  • Technical Colleges, Need for Training Teachers, 185. See LETTER, 166
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Centenary Celebrations, 618
    • Schools, Science Teaching in, 865
    • Training of Engineering Apprentices, 122
    • University College, London, Chemical Engineering Laboratory, 682
    • of Leeds, Jubilee Celebration, 839
    • of London Degrees in Engineering, 831
    • Whitworth Scholarships, Regulations, 233
    • and Dockyard Apprentices, 741.
  • See LETTERS, 746, 770, 810, 831, 861
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Edwards, Prof. C. A., on Pickling of Steel and
  • Hydrogen Diffusion, 365 Efficiency of Boiler Plants. See Boiler Plants
    • Marine Oil Engines, Report, 730, 750*. 784*, 798
  • Thermal, Electric Power Stations, 377
  • 15,000-kw., Turbo Generator, 704
  • Steam Engines, Comparison Standards, 818*, 835, 866*
    • of Steam Turbines, 469, 704
  • Egbert. Capt. E. F., on Cavitation in United
  • States Warships, 717*. See LETTER, 769 Egyptian Government, Oil-Engined Tugs, 517*
    • Industries, State Assistance, 586
    • State Railways, Royal Saloon Coach, 475*
    • Towns, Water Supply, Purification and Chlorination Plant. 735
  • Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, 535
  • Ejectors, Air, Condensing Plant, S.S. “ Drottningholm,” 841*
  • Elastic Limit, Tensile, Influence on Fatigue Breakdown, 793, 813* »

Electric:

  • Accumulator Charging Plant, Electric Road Vehicles, 719
    • Factories, Lead Poisoning, Home Office Regulations, 753
    • Locomotive, Colliery Haulage, 252*
    • Nickel-Iron. Road Traction, 719
    • Passenger Cars, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 198
    • Road Vehicles, Characteristics and Uses, 688*, 719
    • Vehicles. See also Motor Vehicles
  • Agriculture. Use of Electricity, 84, 116, 382
  • Alternating Currents, High-Tension, Recti¬fying Valves for, 492*
    • Rectifiers, Mercury-Vapour Auto¬matic and Semi-Automatic Sub¬stations. 782*, 845*
    • Rectifier, the Transverter, 14, 81
    • Wave Form. Harmonic Analysing
  • Instruments, 651, 876*
  • Alternator. See Generator and Turbo Arc Furnace. See Furnace, Electric — Welding. See Welding Austin Constant-Current System, Ships’
  • Auxiliary Machinery, 734*
  • Automatic Substations. See Substations Auto-Transformer Starter, Induction
  • Motors, 107*
  • Battery Vehicles. See Motor Vehicles — See Accumulator (above)
  • Boilers, Electrically-Heated. 127, 449
  • Buildings. Electrical Equipment Regula¬tions. 202
  • Cables, High-Tension Power Transmission, 80. See LETTER, 142. See Erratum, 198
    • Research. National Physical Labora- tory, 100
    • Telegraph, Continuous Loading, New York-Azores, 461
    • Works, Henley’s, Research Labora¬tories, 736*
  • Capstan, Electric (Vickers Ltd.), 502
  • Central Stations. See Power Stations
  • Charcoal, Conductivity of, Electric Iron Smelting, 637
  • Circuit Breaker. See Snitch gear Coke. Conductivity of, Electric Iron
  • Smelting, 637
  • Collieries. Electric Shock Fatalities, 243
  • Safe Use of Electricity, 243. See 808
  • Commutator Insulation, Undercutting Tool, 621*
  • Condensers, Dielectric Properties of Mica 828
    • Synchronous Motors as, 109
    • Conductivity, Coke and Charcoal, Electric Iron Smelting, 637
  • Conduit, Electric Wiring, Bending Tool, 236
  • Constant-Current, Electric Distribution, Austin System, 734*
  • Cooking Apparatus, London <fe North Eastern Railway Kitchen Car, 480
  • Copper Conductors, Standard Specifica¬tion, 738
  • Cranes. See Cranes Dielectric Properties of Mica, 828
  • Domestic Uses, Electric Power, 84
  • Dynamo. See Generator ; Turbo-Genera¬tor; Turbo-Alternator
  • Electric Supply Industry, Development, 617
  • Electrical Standards, International, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • Engineering, Unsolved Problems, 56 — 100 Years’ Progress, 193. See 266 Machinery Breakdowns. Report, 418 Work, National Physical Laboratory, Rejrort on, 6, 100
  • Electricity Commissioners, Electricity Supply, London District, 171 ; Re¬port on Power Generation, 377; West Midlands District, 745
  • Supply Regulations, Various Coun¬tries. 37
  • Electro-Chemical Industry, Austrian, 116,
    • Industries, Canadian, 448
    • Industries, Electric Power in, 116
  • Electrolytic Iron Manufacture, 117
  • Electro-Metallurgical Industries and Cana¬dian Water Power, 449
  • Electro-Metallurgy, Italy, Sweden and United States. 117
  • Electroplating. See Electro
  • Electrotechnical Commission, Interna¬tional, Work, 121
  • Electro-Thermal Industries, Electric Power in, 116
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces Generating Stations. See Power Stations Generator. See Generator and Turbo Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power Plants
  • Ignition for Internal-Combustion Engines. See Ignition; Magneto
  • Ilgner System, Electric Drive, Sheet Polling Mills, 842*
  • Impregnating Plant, Experimental, Hen¬ley’s Cable Works, 737*
  • Induction Motors. See Motors, Electric
  • Regulators (Switchgear and Cowans, Ltd.), 181*
  • Industrial Uses of Electric Power, 85
  • Instruments, Electrical Measuring. Com¬mercial and Indicating (Review), 337
  • Insulating Gils, De Laval-Watson Testing Apparatus, 877*
  • Insulation, Commutator, Undercutting Tool, 621*
    • Failures, Electrical Machinery, 418
    • International Electrical Standards, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 6 Kitchen Car, Electrically-Equipped, Lon¬don and North Eastern Railway, 480
    • Laboratory, High-Tension Electric, Na¬tional physical Laboratory, 6; Henley’s
  • Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., 736
    • Lamps, Electric, Progress with, 77 with Turbine-Driven Generator, Colliery Use, 530*
    • Incandescent, Possible Developments,56 — Mercury Vapour, Kinematography, 295* — Safety, for Miners, Caeg, 529 Lighting, Electric, Colliery Fittings, 529* Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric Machines. See Ge aerators ; Motors ; Turbo Magnetos. See Magnetos ; Ignition Mains. See Cables (above).
  • Mercury Vapour Lamp, Kinematography, 295*
    • Rectifier Substations, 782*, 845*
  • Mica, Dielectric Properties, 828
  • Motors. See Motor#, Electric
  • Oil, Insulating, De Laval-Watson Testing Apparatus, 877*
    • Switch. See Switchgear
  • . Planing Machines, Electric Drive (Lan¬cashire) Dvnamn and Motor Co., Ltd.), 362*; Stirk Spiit-Field System, 362*; T. Shanks and Co., Ltd., 363
  • Power-Factor Meter, Recording, 207*
    • Stations. See Power Stations — See Pouer
  • Precipitation, Electrical, Dust and Fog, 648. See LETTER, 676
  • Pyrometer. See Pyrometer
  • Railways. See Railways
  • Rectifier, Alternating Current, the Transverter, 14, 81
    • Mercury-Vapour, Automatic and Semi- Automatic Substations, 782*, 845*
    • Valves, High-Tension Currents, 492* Regulations, Electrical Equipment of Buildings, 202
  • Resistance of Coke and Charcoal, Electric Iron Smelting, 637
    • Materials, Standard Specification, 651
    • Welding. See Welding
  • Rivet Heater (A.l Electric Welding Appli¬ances Co.), 828*
  • Road Vehicles, Electric. See Motor Vehicles
  • Rolling Mills, Electric Driving of. See Rolling Mills
  • Rontgen Rays. See Rbnigen
  • Rotary Converters, Automatic Starting and Control Gear, 13*, 227*
  • Screens, Electrically Heated, Ice Preven¬tion, Water Power Plants, 74
  • Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Signalling Apparatus in Mines, Gas Ignition by, 243
  • Single Phase. See Generators ; Motors;
  • Power; Locomotives; Railways Sounds, Vowel, Electric Production, 828
  • Speed Recorder, Electrical, Magneto Generator for, 208*
  • Standards, Electrical, International, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • Starters, Motor. See Motors, Electric Steel Manufacture. See Metallurgy and
  • Furnace, Electric
  • Storage Battery. See Accumulator (above) Street Railways. See Tramways
  • Substation. See Substation Switchgear. See Switchgear; Motors, Electric
  • Synchroniser, Rotary, Switchboard (Ers¬kine, Heap & Co., Ltd.), 107
  • Telegraphy. See Telegraphy Telephony. See Telephony
  • Thermometer. See Thermometer
  • Three-Phase, See Generators; Motors ;Power ; Locomotives ; Railways Traction. See locomotives, Electric ; Rail¬less ; Railways; Tramways
  • Tramways. See Tramways Transformers. See Transformers
  • Transverter, High-Tension Direct-Current Power Transmission, 14, 81
  • Turbo-Generators. See Turbo-Generators Valves, Electrical Operating Gear, Dean System, 671*
    • Thermionic. See Valves, Thermionic ;Telegraphy, Wireless; Telephony, Wire¬less
  • Voltage Regulation, Power Supply, 78
  • Wave Form, Alternating Currents, Har¬monic Analysers, 516, 876*
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Wind-Driven Generators, Use in Agricul¬ture, 382
  • Wind-Driven Electric Lighting Plants, Airolite, 60
  • Winding Gear. See Winding Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • Telephony. Sec Telephony Wiring, Electric, of Buildings, Regulations, 202
  • X-Rays. Sec Rbntgen Rays Sec also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Electrical Apparatus Co., Ltd., Motor Starting and Control, Panels, 447
  • Engineering, 100 Years’ Progress, 193. See 266
  • Unsolved Problems, 56

‘’’Electrical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Kelvin Centenary, 97. See 104
  • Regulations for tlie Electrical Equipment of Buildings, 202
  • Presidential Address by W. B. Woodhouse, on Electricity Supply, 617
  • Electric Harmonic Analyser by J. D. Cockcroft, J. A. Tyacke and Prof. M. Walker, 651. See 876*
  • Automatic and Semi-Automatic Mercury- Vapour Rectifier Substations by G. Rogers, 782*, 845*
  • Electrical Machinery Breakdowns, Report, 418
  • Standards. International, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • Work, National Physical Laboratory, Report on, 6, 100
  • Electricars Electric Vehicles. 689*. See 719
  • Electricity Commissioners. See under Electric
  • Electro-Chemical Industry, Austrian, 116 ; Canadian, 448
  • Industries, Electric Pow’er in, 116
  • Electro-Deposited Metals, Hardness of, 599
  • Electrolytic Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Iron Manufacture, 117
  • Nickel Processes, 448
  • Electro-Metallurgical Industries and Canadian Water Power, 449
  • Electro-Metallurgy, Italy, Sweden and United States, 117
  • Electromobile Electric Vehicles, 689*. See 719
  • Electrons, Mercury Atoms, Orbital Transfers, 367
  • Removal from Atoms of Metals, 322
  • Electro-Plating and Electro-Forming, Treatise on (Review ), 590
  • Electrotechnical Commission, International, 121
  • Electro-Thermal Industries, Electric Pow’er, 116 Elements, Ionised, Spectra of, 321*
  • Rare, Chemistry of (Review’), 336
  • Elevator for Colliery Tubs, Coal-Screening Plant, 338*
  • Renold Hollow-Stud Steel Chain for, 260
  • Ellis, Sir W., on Iron and Steel Industry, 365
  • Ellison, G., Colliery Switchgear, 50*
  • Emergency Bilge Pump. Gwynnes In¬vincible, 2* ; Drysdale’s, 217*
  • Emery Wheels. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • Empire, British. See British Empire
  • Exhibition. See British Empire Exhibition
  • Mining and Metallurgical Congress, R. Nelson on Electricity in Coal Mines, 243 ; Dr. W. Rosenhain on Light Alloys, 455
  • Motor Fuels Committee, Report, 616
  • Employees. See Labour
  • Employers’ Inability. See Labour
  • Employment. See Labour
  • End Gauges, Comparison with Line Standard, 128*
  • Electrical Method of Hardening, 128*
  • Sensitive-Level Comparator, 129*
  • Endurance Tests. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Matcrials)
  • Engines. Aero. See Aeronautics
  • Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine
  • Propulsion; Motor Ships Fire. See Fire
  • Engines Gas, 1,650-h.p. Blowing, Working Results (Galloways, Ltd.), 830*
  • Development in Sweden, 83. See 105
  • Evolution of, 83
  • Large Pow’er, in Germany, 105*. See 83
  • Missing Pressure and Heat Loss, 605,
  • 623*, 629*, 679, 684. See LETTERS, 641, 704, 746
  • Modified Temperature-Entropy Diagram, 215*
  • 150-h.p. 4-Cylinder Vertical (Browett, Lindley A Co., Ltd.), 847*
  • and Oil, Report on Breakdowns, 418. See 548
  • and Oil, Thermal Efficiency, Electric Pow’er Production, 377
  • See also Gaseous Explosions ; Producer and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Hauling, Electric, Penang Hills Railway. 789*, 852*
  • Heat, Thermal Efficiency, Standards of Comparison, 818*, 835, 866*
  • Hydraulic, Swash-Plate Type, Armstrong Variable Speed Gear, 187*
  • Indicators. See Indicators
  • Internal-Combustion, Alcohol as Fuel, 616
  • Combustion, Character of Fuels, 616
  • Combustion, Determination of Clearance Volume, 101*
  • Combustion, Detonation in, 616
  • Combustion, Development in Sweden, 83,105
  • Combustion, Flow’ Indicator for Cooling Systems, 548
  • Combustion, Indicator Connections, 424
  • Combustion. Influence of Fuels on Per¬formance, 616
  • Combustion, Missing Pressure and Heat
  • LO3S, 605, 623*, 629*, 679, 684. See
  • LETTERS, 641, 704, 746 — Combustion, Modified Temperature-
  • Entropy Diagram, 215*
  • Combustion, Recent Research, 551
  • Combustion, Synchro-Balance System,
  • Blackstone’s, 593*. See 22
  • Combustion, Standardisation of Mag¬netos, 142
  • Combustion, Transport Work, United States, 117
  • Engines, Internal Combustion. See also Turbines, Oas
  • Locomotive. See Loco motive Motor Car. See Engines, Petrol Oil, Agricultural Show, Leicester, 21*, 60* — Canadian Exhibits, British Empire
  • Exhibition, 140
    • for Grain Elevator Drive (Vickers- Petters, Ltd.), 643*
    • and Gas, Report on Breakdowns, 418. See 548
    • and Gas, Thermal Efficiency, Electric Power Production, 377
    • 300-h.p., Horizontal Cold - Starting, Spring-Injection System (Blackstone <fe Co., Ltd.), 60*, 638*. See 21
    • 300-h.p., 6-Cylinder, Ingersoll Rand, Shunting Locomotive, 781*
    • Diesel, Carols, Improvements in, 544*
    • Diesel, German Developments, 110*,
  • See 83
    • Diesel, Marine Auxiliary Machinery, 121
    • Diesel, Marine, Beardmore-Tosi, 83:
  • Trials of M.S. “ Silurian,” 643 ; Trials of M.S. “ Sycamore,” 730, 750*, 784*, 798
    • Diesel, Marine, Bearing Pressures, 28*
    • Diesel, Marine, Development, 25, 119,
  • 120, 148. 265, 656, 668
    • Diesel, Marine, Double-Acting, North- Eastern Werkspoor, 26*
    • Diesel, Marine, Double-Acting, Test Valve for Piston Leakage, 29*
    • Diesel, Marine, Duplex Pump for Piston Cooling, 5*
    • Diesel, Marine, with Electric Transmis¬sion, 120, 713, 714
    • Diesel, Marine, Exhaust Temperatures and Composition, 730, 751*. See 799
    • Diesel, Marine, Fuel Injection, Arschaou- loff System, 29*
    • Diesel, Marine, Fuel Oil for. 836
    • Diesel, Marine, with Hydraulic Clutches and Reduction Gearing, M.S. ” Vulcan,” 92*, 369*
    • Diesel, Marine, M.S. “ Cubore,” Trials and Working Results, 714
    • Diesel, Marine, Palmer-Camellaird-Full- agar Type, Piston Withdrawal, 145*; Trials of M.S. ” British Aviator,” 236, 369
    • Diesel, Marine, Report on Trials, 730, 750*, 784*, 798
    • Diesel, Marine, Richardsons-Westgarth, Beardmore-Tosi, M.S. ” Sycamore,” Re¬port on Trials, 730. 750*, 784*, 798
    • Diesel, Marine, Torque Measurements, 731. See 785
    • Diesel, Marine, Treatise on (Review), 336
    • Diesel, Marine, Two-Cycle, Double-Act¬ing, Worthington, 482*
    • Diesel, Marine. Two-Stroke and Four- Stroke Cycles, 120
    • Diesel, Marine, Weights, 730, 750
    • Diesel. Working Costs, Electric Power Production, 715
    • Diesel, Running Speeds, 84
    • Diesel Significance of Exhaust Temperature 544
    • Diesel. See also Motor Ships; Marine Propulsion ; Diesel Engine Users’ Associa¬tion
    • Horizontal Single-Cylinder (Fielding & Platt, Ltd.), 60*
    • Hot-Bulb and High-Compression, De¬velopment in Sweden, 105. See 83
    • Marine, 96-h.p. Four Cylinder, Hot-Bulb (Norris, Hentv <fe Gardners, Ltd.), 595*
    • Marine, 450-h p., Hot-Bulb Type (Vic- kers-Petters, Ltd.), 517*
    • Marine, 150-h.p. Thornycroft. Hospital Ship “ Nabha,” 421*
    • 18-h.p. Single Cylinder, Hot-Bulb Type (Norris, Henty <fc Gardners, Ltd.), 595*
    • at Smithfield Show, 807
    • Standard Specifications for Fuels, 692
    • and Steam Combined, the Still, Advan¬tages, 84
    • and Steam, Marine, Comparisons, Tug Propulsion, 517
    • Synchro-Balance Svstem, Blackstone’s, 593*. See 22
    • Three-Cylinder 80-h.p.. for Shunting Locomotive (Swiss Locomotive & Machine Works), 702*
    • Two-Speed Governor Gear (Vickers- Petters, Ltd.), 643*
    • Two-Stroke, 36-42-h.p., Hot-Bulb, Cart¬ridge Cold Starter (Petters, Ltd.). 721*
    • Two-Stroke 5-h.p., Paraffin. Magneto Ignition (Petters, Ltd.), 720*
    • Treatise on (Review), 190
    • Vertical Cold Starting, and Dynamo (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.) 21*
    • See also Tractors and PARAGRAPH INDEX Petrol, Aeroplane. See Aeronautics
    • and Air Compressor, Portable, The Broomaster, 179*
    • Canadian Exhibits, British Empire Ex¬hibition, 140
    • and Centrifugal Pump, for Salvage Work (Drysdale <fe Co., Ltd.), 218*
    • Development in Sweden, 83. See 105
    • Marine, 10-h.p . Four-Cylinder (J. W. Brooke <fe Co., Ltd.), 815*
    • Marine, 375-h.p. Thornycroft, Coastal Motor Boat, 421 *
    • Motor Car, 9-18-h.p., Four-Cylinder, Dorman, 577*
    • Motor Car, 10-25-h.p., Four-Cylinder. Dorman, 577*
    • Motor Car, Character of Fuels, 616
    • Motor Car, 60- 70-h.p., Dennis Fire Engine, 383*
    • Motor Car, Design Tendencies, 553
    • Motor Car, Detonation in. 616
    • Motor Car, Development in Italy, 83
    • Motor Car, 15-9-h.p. Four-Cylinder, Bentley, 579*. See Erratum, 610.
    • Motor Car, 8-h.p., Four-Cylinder, G wynne, 577*
    • Motor Car, Influence of Fuels on Per¬formance, 616
    • Motor-Car, 20-h.p. Six-Cylinder, Rolls- Royce, 576*
  • Engines, Petrol, Motor Car, Standard Piston
  • Rings, 175; Specification for Cast Iron Pots, 583
    • Motor Car, Use of Alcohol in, 616
    • Motor Car, Use of Light Alloys, 455
    • Motor Car, War-Offloe Subsidy Specifica¬tion, 94,136
    • Motor Car, 11-22 h.p. Wolseley, 574*
    • Motor Cycle, Olympia Exhibition, 653
    • Synchro-Balance System, Blackstone’s, 593*. See 22
    • Transport Work, United States, 117
    • and Turbine Pump, Fire Appliance (Gwynne’s Engineering Co., Ltd.), 147*
    • See also Aeronautics; Carburettors; Motor Cars
  • Steam, and Air Compressor, Portable (Merryweather & Sons, Ltd.), 753*
    • Compound, High-Speed and Compressor (Browett, Lindley <fe Co., Ltd.), 690*
    • Compound, Vertical High-Speed, and 100-kw. Generator (Browett, Lindley & Co., Ltd.), 305*
    • Determination of Clearance Volume, 101
    • Marine, Present Position, 668 — Marine, Treatise on (Review), 336
    • Marine, Triple-Expansion, Cable Steamer “ Edouard Suenson,” 196*
    • Marine. See also Marine Populsion; Turbines
    • and Oil Combined, Still, Advantages, 84
    • and Oil, Marine, Comparisons, Tug Pro¬pulsion, 517
    • Portable (Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd.), 21*, 807
    • Sentinel Type, Railway Motor Coach, 6*. See Errata, 133
    • Supply of Exhaust for Heating, 745
    • Thermal Efficiency, Standards of Com¬parison, 818*, 835, 866* See 55, 101
    • Traction, Two-Cylinder Compound (Mar¬shall, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 810*
    • Traction. See also Tractors
  • Trials, Tabulating Results, Work of Com¬mittee, 55. See LETTERS, 101. See also 818*, 835, 866*
  • Winding. See Winding See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Engineers* Education. See Education; Ap¬prenticeship
  • Institutions. See Institutions Mechanical, and Munitions Supply, 201
  • Municipal, Duties of, 24
  • and Public Health, 286 and Public Service, 375
  • Remuneration by Air Ministry, 862 and Shipbuilders in Scotland, institution of,
  • Joint Summer Meeting with Institution of Naval Architects. See Naval Architects; Proposed Form of Bow Construction, by E. J. Spanner, 618
  • Society of, H. A. Rickwood on Ferro- Concrete Cooling Towers, 776
  • Engineering, Agricultural, Oxford Institute of, Artificial Drying of Crops, 554*
  • Apprentices. See Apprentices Chemical, Laboratory at University College, London, 682
  • Degrees, London University, 831 Education. See Education ; Apprentices Electrical, 100 Years’ Progress, 193. See 266 Exhibition, Cardiff, 747, 766*, 808
  • Industrv, British, and Foreign Competition, 298. See 695, 725, 757
    • British and German, Hours and Wages, 757
    • British, and German Reparations, 695, 725, 757
    • Reduction of Manufacturing Costs, 419
  • Irrigation, Principles of (Review), 631
  • Laboratories. See Laboratory; National Physical and Machine Tool Exhibition. See Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition
  • Management (Review), 664
  • Marine, French Navy, Committee on, 524
    • Treatise on (Review), 336
  • Problems, Traffic on Great Lakes, 266
  • Road, Treatise on (Review), 524
  • Schemes in Parliament, 776
  • Scholarships. See Education.
  • Societies See Institutions
  • Standards Association, Standardisation of
  • Magnetos, 142; Standard Terms, Tele¬graphy and Telephony, 142; Standard Piston Rings, Motor Car Engines, 175; Standard Specifications, Iron and Steel Castings, Motor Car Manufacture, 176; Standard Steels, Motor Car Construction, 181 ; Specifications. Valves and Rims for Pneumatic Tyres, 261; Specifications for Silver Solder, 261 ; Specifications for Brass Ingots for Castings and Brass Castings, 261; Standard Specification for Copper, 425 ; Specification, Cast - Iron Pots for Piston Rings, 583 ; Specification, Resist¬ance Materials, 651; Specification for Copper Cakes, 686 ; Standard Specifica¬tion, Oil-Engine Fuels, 692 ; Standard Specification, Copper Conductors, 738; Specification for Spanners, 748 ; Standard¬isation of Colliery Requisites, 815; Standard Keys and Keyways, 878
  • Students, Teaching Mathematics to, 491 Teachers, Need for Training, 135. See LETTER, 166
  • Work in Metropolis, 640, 647. See LETTERS, 676
  • Works. See IForX-s
  • English Electric Co., of Australia, Ltd., Sydney
  • Harbour Bridge, 129*. See 169, 198
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., Geared Turbines, 698*, 760*; Electric Locomotives for Montreal, 746
  • Entrance Lock, Gladstone Dock, Liverpool, 47* Entropy Diagrams, Carville and North Tees
  • Power Stations, 58*
  • Gaseous Working Substance, 215*
  • Erecting Shops, Turbine Manufacture, Brush Co *s Works 699*
  • Erskine, Heap & Co., Ltd., Switchgear, British Empire Exhibition, 106*
  • Erste-Brunner, Steam Turbine, Principles of Design, 69*. See 46 ; Efficiency of, 142
  • Esquimalt, Canadian Government Dock, 449
  • Esthonia, Power Resources, 32. See 19
    • Technical and Commercial Education, 122
  • Estimates and Technical Costs, 582. See 433
  • European War, German Reparations and British Engineering Industry, 695, 725, 757
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Eutectic Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Evening Classes, London County Council, 377
  • Everest Expedition, Oxygen Cylinder, 187*.
  • See Errata, 423 ; Ladder Bridge for, 304*
  • Everett, Edgcumbe A Co., Ltd., Recording Instruments, 207*
  • Excavating Machine, Electrically-Operated, Morwell Power Scheme, 299*
  • Exhaust, Diesel Engines, Temperature and Working Conditions, 544*
    • Gases, Marine Diesel Engines, Temperature and Composition, 730, 751*. See 799
    • Steam Piping, Mallet Simple Locomotive, 860*. See 795*
    • Reciprocal Utilisation in Industries, 75
    • Turbine. See Turbine, Steam
  • Exhibition, Agricultural, Leicester, 20*, 59*
  • Brewers’, Royal Agricultural Hall, 649
  • British Empire. See British Empire Exhibition
  • Industries Fair, Birmingham, 524
  • Cycle and Motor Cycle, Olympia, 652
  • Engineering, Cardiff, 747, 766*, 808
  • Inventions, Institute of Patentees, 236. See 801
  • Machine Tool and Engineering. See Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition
  • Motor Car, Olympia, 553, 574*, 606*. See 587
  • Smithfield Agricultural Show, 807
  • Trade, and Patent Novelty, 264 See also PARAGRAPH INDEX'
  • Expansion of Silica Bricks, 482
  • Experimental Tank. See Tank ; Ship Resistance Explosion, Boiler. See Boiler Explosion
    • Gaseous. See Gaseous Explosions Explosives, Use in Coal Mines, Statistics, 291
    • See also Guns and Explosvies in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Export Trade. See Trade ; and Industries in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Extensometer, High-Temperature Tensile Tests, 816*
  • Extraction Pump, Centrifugal, for Condensing Plant, 5*
  • Extruded Metal, British Empire Exhibition, 335
  • Extrusion, Brass Rod, Inverted Process, 387*. See 379, 415

F

  • FACING Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Factories, Welfare Work in. See Labour Factory Accidents. See Accidents
    • Bill and Boiler Explosions, 334
    • Management. See JFor£$ Management
    • Pow6r Plants, Utilisation of Waste Steam and Surplus Power, 75
  • Fahlmann, E. G., on Stresses in Tubes, 378
  • Fairey Ambulance Seaplane, 593
  • Fairlie, D. M., on Determination of Sodium in Aluminium, 409
  • Fan, Mine-Ventilating, Sirocco, 160
  • Fanmakers’ Company Prize, Police-Court Ventilation, 754
  • Faraday Society, Discussion on Formation of Igneous Rocks, 587
  • Farming. See Agriculture; Tractors
  • Fatigue, Industrial. See under Labour
    • Tests of Metals. See Alternating Stress
    • under Tests (Materials)
  • Federated Malay States Railways, Penang Hills Raihvay, 664*, 726*, 789*, 852*
  • Feed Pumps. See Pumps
    • Water Heater and Pump for Locomotives, Worthington-Simpson, 478*
    • Heating, Progressive, Steam Turbines, 57*, 64*, 469, 818*, 835, 866*
    • Meter, Boiler, Vee-Notch, Lea Closed-in Type, 598*
    • See also Water
  • Fellow’s Gear Shaper Co., Gear-Tooth Grinder, 402* ; Thread Generator, 403
  • Fereday-Palmer Stress Recorder, Use on West¬minster Bridge, 296
  • Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., Switchgear, 468
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Calcium-Chloride Breathers for Transformers, 802*
  • Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, Timber Centring for, 257*
    • Arched Decking, Tirso Dam, 634*
    • Beam Tests, Quick-Hardening Cement, 867
  • Construction, Swedish Arch Dams, 76
  • Cooling Towers, 776
  • Design, Treatise on (Review), 618
  • Piles, Advantages of Ciment Fondu, 739
  • Piles, Bascule Bridge Foundations, 758
  • Piling. Air-Pressure Consolidation, 414
  • Structures, Damage in Sea Water, 775
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ferrocrete Quick-Hardening Cement, Tests, 867
  • Ferrous Alloys, Research Committee, Work, 366
  • Ferry Steamer “ Shoho Maru,” Japanese Rail¬ways, 735*
  • Fertilisers, Artificial, See Nitrogen.
  • Field, A. B., on Large Alternators, 565
  • Fielding & Platt, Ltd., Oil Engine, 60
  • File-Testing Machine, 447
  • Filon, Prof. L. N. G., on Shear Stresses in Tapered Girders, 789*
  • Filters, Air, Ventilation Purposes, 780
    • Press for Transformer Oil, 768*
  • Filtration Plant, Shifting-Sand, Toronto Water Supply, 266
    • Water Supply, Egyptian Towns, 735
  • Finland, Copper and Gold Alining, 501
    • Power Resources, 32. See 19
  • Firyi Metal Company, Sherardising Plant, 277
  • Finshyttan, Aktiebolaget, Tests of Lawaczeck Turbines, 851*
  • Fire Appliances, British Empire Exhibition, 153*, 383*, 426*, 530*
  • Engines, Construction of, 672 — Motor (Dennis Brothers, Ltd.), 383*
  • Fire Engines, Motor, Froth Producing, for Oil Fires (Merryweather & Sons, Ltd.), 530*
    • Motor, Hatfield Pump (Merryweather & Sons, Ltd.), 156*
    • Motor, Rees-Roturbo Pump (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 156*
    • Motor (Stanley Fire Engine Co.), 386
  • Extinguisher, Chemical, Konus Kemik, 530 — Motor-Cycle, 653
  • Protection Service, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 153*, 383*, 426*. See 530*
  • Pump, Four-Wheel Trailer (Martin’s Culti¬vator Co., Ltd.), 428*
    • Two-Wheel Trailer Type, Gwynnes, 147*;
  • Dennis, 426* ; Merryweather, 426* and Salvage Pumps, Greenwich Gem, 531*
  • Firebrick Arch, Boiler Furnaces, Pluto Sus¬pended, 113*
    • Powdered, Determination of Specific Gravity, 482
    • Silica, Properties of, 482, 708
    • See also Refractory Materials
  • Fireclay, Corrosion by Saltcake, Glass Furnace, 786
    • Effect of Exposure, 481
    • of Sillimanite on, 461
  • Fireproof Bitumen Roofing Material, Tests, 166
  • Firth, T., & Sons, Ltd., Tool Steel and File-
  • Testing Machine, 447
  • Fitting of Shafts in Holes. See Gauging
  • Fitzmaurice, Sir M., The Late, 710*
  • Flamm, Prof. O., Submarine Design, 837
  • Flettner Rotor Ship, Theory of, 710, 770. See LETTER, 831*
  • Flexible Pipe Joints, Victaulic, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 193*
  • Flight. See Aeronautics
  • Floating Dock. See Dock
    • Pipe Lines for Dredging Work, 438. See Erratum, 486
  • Flooding, River Seine, Remedial Measures, 682
  • Flow Indicators, Lubrication Systems, 422* Water-Cooling Systems, 548
  • Meters, Compressed Air (G. Kent, Ltd.), 193
  • Fluid Friction. See Friction ; Hydrodynamics ; Ship Resistance
  • Flywheel, Ilgner Drive for Rolling Mills,842
  • Flying Boat. See Seaplane under Aeronautics
  • Fog, Electrical Precipitation, 648. See LETTER, 676
  • Folding Boat, the Collet, 843*
    • Machine for Cloth, 250*
  • Food Investigation Board, Research on Heat-Insulating Materials, 682
  • Ford, Miss G. W., on the Effect of Iron on Copper, 379
  • Ford Motor Co., Proposed Works, Dagenham, 91
  • Wagon with Fire Pump, 386*
  • Forestry, Indian and Burmese, British
  • Empire Exhibition, 507*. See 539, 548
    • New Zealand, British Empire Exhibition, 290
  • Forging, Drop. See Drop Forging and
  • Hammers under Machine Tools
  • Hammer. See Hammer under Machine Tools
  • Machine, 5-Hammer, for Swaging (T. Ryder & Son, Ltd.), 407*
    • Universal (B. & S. Massey, Ltd.), 407
    • Press. See Press under Machine Tools
    • Steel, Clink Detector for, 658* and Upsetting Machine (Selson Engineering Co., Ltd.), 407*
  • Forrest Lecture on Electrical Progress, 56
  • Fottinger Hydraulic Clutches, Diesel-Engine
  • Drive, M.S. “ Vulcan,” 92*, 369
  • Foundation Blocks, Eccentrically Loaded, Stress Distribution, 763*
    • Earth Stresses Due to Loaded Surface, 1*, 156*
    • Piers, Irish Bascule Bridge, 758*
    • Settlements, London Bridges, 641. See 102, 647, 676, 807
  • Foundry Plant, Drying Stoves, Gas and Coke Fifing, 460
    • Work, Metal Moulds for Iron Castings, 377
    • See also Castings ; Moulding
  • Four-Wheel Drive Lorry Co., Ltd., Petrol-Driven Rail Car, 817*
  • Fowler, J., & Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Rein-Drive Tractor, 20, 59* ; Cable Ploughing Tackle, 382, 807; Anti-Balance Plough, 516*; Steam Wagon, 855*
  • Fox, Sir Francis, Autobiography (Review), 714
  • Frame, Motor-Cycle, Francis & Barnett, 653
  • France, High-Tension Power-Transmission Lines, 78, 80
  • Industrial Position, Report, 332
  • Power Resources, 32. See 19, 42
  • Biver Seine Regulation Works, 682*
  • Water Power in, 42 See also French
  • Francis <fc Barnett Motor-Cycle Frame, 653
  • Francis Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic
  • Francis, W., & Co., Ltd., Electric Light Fittings for Collieries, 529*
  • Franklin Institute, Centenary Celebrations, 745; Prof. A. A. Michelson on Velocity of Light, 738
  • Fraser & Chalmers Engineering Works, Robins Coke Conveyor, 512*
  • Frazil Ice Troubles, Water Power Plants, 73, 241*. See 45, 463
  • Freeman, S. B., on Oil Fuel for Marine Pro¬pulsion. 836
  • French African Colonies, Railway Require¬ments, 674
  • Cast-Iron Arch Railway Bridge, Repairs, 557
  • Coast Defence Measures, Report, 170
  • Government and Synthetic Ammonia Production, 263. See 372
  • Navy, Committee on Marine Engineering, 524
  • EstimatEd Expenditure, 780
  • New Construction, 453, 572, 582, 871
  • Recruitment of Officers from Ecole Polytechnique, 554
  • Reorganisation of High Command, 839
  • Scientific Research, 854
  • Submarines for Convoy Duty, 587
  • Power Plant Legislation, 37
  • Society of Civil Engineers. See Civil Engineers See also France
  • Fire Engines, Motor, Froth Producing, for Oil Fires (Merryweather & Sons, Ltd.), 530*
  • Motor, Hatfield Pump (Merryweather & Sons, Ltd.), 156*
  • Motor, Rees-Roturbo Pump (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 156*
  • Motor (Stanley Fire Engine Co.), 386
  • Extinguisher, Chemical, Konus Kemik, 530 — Motor-Cycle, 653
  • Protection Service, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 153*, 383*, 426*. See 530*
  • Pump, Four-Wheel Trailer (Martin’s Culti¬vator Co., Ltd.), 428*
  • Two-Wheel Trailer Type, Gwynnes, 147*;
  • Dennis, 426* ; Merryweather, 426* and Salvage Pumps, Greenwich Gem, 531*
  • Firebrick Arch, Boiler Furnaces, Pluto Sus¬pended, 113*
  • Powdered, Determination of Specific Gravity, 482
  • Silica, Properties of, 482, 708
  • See also Refractory Materials
  • Fireclay, Corrosion by Saltcake, Glass Furnace, 786
  • Effect of Exposure, 481
  • of Sillimanite on, 461
  • Fireproof Bitumen Roofing Material, Tests, 166
  • Firth, T., & Sons, Ltd., Tool Steel and File-
  • Testing Machine, 447
  • Fitting of Shafts in Holes. See Gauging
  • Fitzmaurice, Sir M., The Late, 710*
  • Flamm, Prof. O., Submarine Design, 837
  • Flettner Rotor Ship, Theory of, 710, 770. See LETTER, 831*
  • Flexible Pipe Joints, Victaulic, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 193*
  • Flight. See Aeronautics
  • Floating Dock. See Dock
  • Pipe Lines for Dredging Work, 438. See Erratum, 486
  • Flooding, River Seine, Remedial Measures, 682
  • Flow Indicators, Lubrication Systems, 422*
  • Water-Cooling Systems, 548
  • Meters, Compressed Air (G. Kent, Ltd.), 193
  • Fluid Friction. See Friction ; Hydrodynamics ; Ship Resistance
  • Flywheel, Ilgner Drive for Rolling Mills,842
  • Flying Boat. See Seaplane under Aeronautics
  • Fog, Electrical Precipitation, 648. See LETTER, 676
  • Folding Boat, the Collet, 843*
  • Machine for Cloth, 250*
  • Food Investigation Board, Research on Heat-Insulating Materials, 682
  • Ford, Miss G. W., on the Effect of Iron on Copper, 379
  • Ford Motor Co., Proposed Works, Dagenham, 91
  • Wagon with Fire Pump, 386*
  • Forestry, Indian and Burmese, British
  • Empire Exhibition, 507*. See 539, 548
  • New Zealand, British Empire Exhibition, 290
  • Forging, Drop. See Drop Forging and Hammers under Machine Tools Hammer. See Hammer under Machine Tools Machine, 5-Hammer, for Swaging (T. Ryder & Son, Ltd.), 407*
  • Universal (B. & S. Massey, Ltd.), 407
  • Press. See Press under Machine Tools Steel, Clink Detector for, 658* and Upsetting Machine (Selson Engineering Co., Ltd.), 407*
  • Forrest Lecture on Electrical Progress, 56
  • Fottinger Hydraulic Clutches, Diesel-Engine Drive, M.S. “ Vulcan,” 92*, 369*
  • Foundation Blocks, Eccentrically Loaded, Stress Distribution, 763*
  • Earth Stresses Due to Loaded Surface, 1*, 156*
  • Piers, Irish Bascule Bridge, 758*
  • Settlements, London Bridges, 641. See 102, 647, 676, 807
  • Foundry Plant, Drying Stoves, Gas and Coke Fifing, 460
  • Work, Metal Moulds for Iron Castings, 377
  • See also Castings ; Moulding
  • Four-Wheel Drive Lorry Co., Ltd., Petrol-Driven Rail Car, 817*
  • Fowler, J., & Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Rein-Drive Tractor, 20, 59* ; Cable Ploughing Tackle, 382, 807; Anti-Balance Plough, 516*; Steam Wagon, 855*
  • Fox, Sir Francis, Autobiography (Review), 714
  • Frame, Motor-Cycle, Francis & Barnett, 653*
  • France, High-Tension Power-Transmission Lines, 78, 80
  • Industrial Position, Report, 332
  • Power Resources, 32. See 19, 42
  • Biver Seine Regulation Works, 682*
  • Water Power in, 42
  • See also French
  • Francis <fc Barnett Motor-Cycle Frame, 653
  • Francis Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic
  • Francis, W., & Co., Ltd., Electric Light Fittings for Collieries, 529*
  • Franklin Institute, Centenary Celebrations, 745; Prof. A. A. Michelson on Velocity of Light, 738
  • Fraser & Chalmers Engineering Works, Robins Coke Conveyor, 512*
  • Frazil Ice Troubles, Water Power Plants, 73, 241*. See 45, 463
  • Freeman, S. B., on Oil Fuel for Marine Pro¬pulsion. 836
  • French African Colonies, Railway Require¬ments, 674
  • Cast-Iron Arch Railway Bridge, Repairs, 557
  • Coast Defence Measures, Report, 170
  • Government and Synthetic Ammonia Production, 263. See 372
  • Navy, Committee on Marine Engineering, 524
  • Estimated Expenditure, 780
  • New Construction, 453, 572, 582, 871
  • Recruitment of Officers from Ecole Polytechnique, 554
  • Reorganisation of High Command, 839
  • Scientific Research, 854
  • Submarines for Convoy Duty, 587
  • Power Plant Legislation, 37
  • Society of Civil Engineers. See Civil Engineers See also France
  • Friction Clutch. See Clutch and Motor-Car Details
  • Skin, in Aeronautic?, Theory of, 742. See LETTER, 831*
  • Frictional Resistance, Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Froth Producing Fire Engine, Oil Fires, 530
  • Froude National Tank, Report on Work. 334
  • Fruit Transport, Cold Storage, 743*
  • Fryer, E. H., on Motor-Car and Street Lighting, 260
  • Fuel, Alcohol, Production and Uses, 77
  • Brown Coal and Lignite, Occurrence and Use, 480
  • Calorific Value, and Boiler Trials, 55. See LETTERS, 101
  • Coke, for Steam Raising, 40, 82
  • Conservation, United States Shipping Board Steamers, 714
  • Consumption, Diesel Engines, Report, 715
    • Electric Power Stations, 377
    • Marine Oil Engines, Report, 730, 750*, 784*, 798
    • St. Pancras Power Station, 642*
  • Economy in Austria, 41
    • Complete and Incomplete Combustion. 40*
    • Importance of Temperature Measure¬ment, 40
    • and Low-Temperature Carbonisation. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation
    • in Marine Propulsion, 25
    • and Use of Gas, 82
  • Injection, Diesel Engines, Arschaouloff System, 29*
    • Pump, Gardner Oil Engine, 598*
    • Spring-Plunger System, Blackstone Oil Engine, 60*, 639*. See 21
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation
  • Motor. See also Alcohol; Gas; Motor; Paraffin ; Petrol ; Producer
  • Natural Gas, Measurement, Compression and Transmission (Review), 620
    • Gas Supply, Edmonton, Canada, 539
  • Oil. See Oil Fuel
  • Pump. See Pump
  • Research Board: Coal Survej7 and Low- Temperature Carbonisation, 232. See 19, 31, 552 ; Carbonisation of Seaweed, 233 ; Investigation of Arley Coal Seam, 552 ; Work of, 523 ; Trials of Parker Low- Temperature Carbonisation Plant, 588*
  • Resources of Canada, 38. 480. See LETTERS, 102 ; of Russia, 82 ; of Sweden, 38
  • Smokeless. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation
  • Supplies, Co-ordination of, 82
  • Supply for Marine Propulsion, 119
  • World’s Resources, 18, 31
  • See also Coal; Oil; Gas; Peat; Pul¬verised Coal
  • Fullagar Marine Oil Engine, Piston Removal, 145* ; Trials of M. S. “ British Aviator,” 236, 369
  • Fumes, Electrical Precipitation, 648. See LETTER, 676
  • Funicular Railway, Penang Hills, 664*, 726*, 789*, 852*
  • Furnaces, Blast, Gas Blowing Engines, Working Results, 830*
    • Pipe Manufacture from Slag, 600
  • Boiler, Air Preheater, Rectangular Tubes, 209
    • Clinker Formation in. 548
    • Coal Measuring Apparatus, 242*, 598*
    • Marine, Alternative Coal or Oil Firing, 346*
    • Pluto Suspended Arch, 113*
    • See also Stoker
  • Electric, Automatic Temperature Control, 451*
    • for Fusing Silica, 848
    • Hardening End Gauges, 128*
    • High-Frequency, Ajax-Northrupp, 6
    • Iron Smelting, Resistance of Coke and Charcoal, 637
    • Iron and Steel Manufacture, 117
    • Production of Synthetic Cast-Iron, 276
    • as Radiation Standard, 101
    • Resistance, with Reaction Zone. 116
    • Resistance, for Zinc Smelting, 449
  • Gas, Automatic Temperature Control, 628
  • Glass, Fireclay Corrosion by Saltcake, 786
  • Properties of Sandstone Blocks, 786
  • Industrial, Pulverised Fuel for, 198. 480
  • Metallurgical, Oil-Fired, Wallsend-How’den Burner, 347*
  • Pulverised Coal for Firing, 198, 480
  • Open Hearth, Steel Manufacture, Classi¬fication of Scrap, 806
  • Temperature Measurement and Fuel Eco¬nomy, 40
  • See also Coke Ovens ; Cupolas
  • Fused Silica Lenses, Ultra-Violet Light, 296
  • Mercury Vapour Lamp, Kinematography, 295*

G

  • GABY, F. A., on the Queenston-Chippawa
  • Development, 220*, 255*. See 267
  • Galloways, Ltd., Gas Blowing Engines, Working Results, 830*
  • Galloway Motor-Car, 574
  • Galvanised Iron Sheets, Testing, 825*
  • Galvanising, Sherardising Process, Inception and Development, 277*
  • Gamma Rays, Scattering of, 323
  • Gardner Oil Engines, British Empire Exhibition, 595*
  • Gas, Carbon Dioxide. See Carbon Dioxide - Combustion of. See Caseous Explosions
  • Critical Radiation Potentials, 322
  • Cylinder, Oxygen, Vibrac Steel, 187*. Sec Errata, 423
  • Department, Birmingham, Research Labora¬tory, Industrial Kinematography, 295*
  • Engine. See Engine, Oas
  • Engineers, Institution, Annual Meeting, 23
  • Exhaust, Marine Diesel Engines, Tempera¬ture and Composition, 730, 751*. See 799
  • Fired Drying Stoves, Comparisons with Coke Firing, 460
  • Gas Fired Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Flow Measurements, Balanced Manometer, 223*
  • Lighting, British Empire Exhibition, 259
    • Development of, 81
  • Liquefaction of, Research Work. Toronto University, 367
  • Manufacture, Doppelgas Process, 37
    • Liquid By-Products, 38
    • Refractories for, 23
    • Removal of Carbon Monoxide, 23
    • Testing Water Gas Plants, 682
    • Travers-Clark Regenerative System, Aylesbury, 23
    • Waste-Heat Boilers with Vertical Re¬torts, 23
    • Waste Liquors, Treatment, 128
  • Meter, Thomas Electrical, 182*. See Errata, 262
  • Natural, at Edmonton, Canada, 539
    • Measurement, Compression and Trans¬mission (Review), 620
  • Poisonous, Respirators for Use in, 149*
  • Producer. See Producer
  • Spectra at Low Temperatures, 367
  • Supply in Liverpool, 682
    • Schemes in Parliament. 777
  • Temperature Gradients at Various Pressures, 686
    • Measurements by Thermo-Couples, 686
  • Town, Industrial Uses, 82
    • Smoke Abatement and Fuel Economy, 82
  • Turbine. See Turbine
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Works, Dalmarnock, Low-Temperature Car¬bonisation Plant, 491, 682
  • See also Carbon Dioxide ; Carbon Monoxide ; Hydrogen ; Nitrogen ; Oxygen, &c.
  • Gaseous Explosions, Activation of Nitrogen, 448 Missing Pressure and Heat Loss, 605,
  • 623*, 629*, 679, 684. See LETTERS, 641, 704, 746
  • Gasoline. See Petrol; Engine, Petrol; Car¬burettors ; Aeronautics
  • Gate-End Conveyor, Loading Colliery Tubs, 227*
    • Switch (Switchgear <Sr Cowans, Ltd.), 180*
    • Sluice, Automatic, Spillway, Tiiso Dam, 635* Gauges, Block, Measuring Machine for, 129*
    • End. Comparison with Line Standard. 128*
    • Electrical Method of Hardening, 128*
    • Sensitive-Level Comparator, 129*
    • Interference Method of Testing, 129
    • Gauging Appliances for Gear Teeth, 696*, 821*
    • Fitting of Shafts and Holes, German
  • Tolerances, 150
  • Gear Boxes, Motor-Car. See Motor-Car Details
  • Change-Speed, Hydraulic Clutches, Oil- Engine Locomotive, 702*
  • Cutting Machines. See AfacAine Tools
  • Double Helical, Sunderland Planer for Cutting, 363*
  • Hydraulic, Variable-Speed, Armstrong Swash-Plate Engine, 187*
    • Variable - Speed, Williams - Janney, Winches with, 211*
  • Power Transmission, Variable-Speed, 86,842
  • Reduction, Worm and Spur, Spence-Wild,
  • 251*. See 622*
  • Reversing. See Reversing
  • Tooth Measuring and Testing Appliances,
  • 696*. 821*
  • Wheel. Double-Reduction, for Marine
  • Turbine (Vickers, Ltd.), 100*
  • Worm, Generating and Hobbing Machines,
  • 401*
    • Grinding Machine for Worms, 405*
    • Testing Machine for, 823*
  • Geared Turbines (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 698*, 760*
    • Locomotive, Reid-MacLeod, 479*
    • Marine. See Marine Propulsion
  • Genders, R., on Extrusion of Brass Rod, 387*. See 379, 415
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Transport of Turbo-
  • Alternator Stator, 370, 552 ; Manufacture of Thermionic Valves, 456 ; Rectifying Valves and Water-Cooled Valves, 492*
  • General Electric Co., U.S.A., Oil-Engine Driven
  • Electric Locomotive, 781*
  • General Vehicle Co., Electric Vehicles, 6S9*. See 719
  • Generating Machine, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
    • Station. See Power Station
  • Generators. Electric, 100 Years’ Progress, 193. See 266
    • Air-Turbine Driven, Colliery Lamp, 430*
    • Alternating Current, Design of Large Units, 565
    • Alternating-Current, Developments, 79
    • Austin Constant-Current System, 734*
    • Brush System of Stator Windings, 71*
    • and Cold-Starting Oil Engine (National Gas Engine Co., Ltd.), 21*
    • Direct-Current, Oil-Engine Driven Shunt¬ing Locomotive, 781*
    • 10,250-k.v.a., Newfoundland Water- Power Plant, 127*
    • 45.000-k.v.a., Queenston – Chippawa Plant, 256*. See 220*, 267
    • Transmitter for Speed Recorder, 208*
    • Undercutter for Commutator Insulation, 621*
    • Welding Machine, Stator Windings, "64
    • Wind-Driven, Use in Agriculture, 382. See also 60, 77
    • See also Turbo- Alternators; Turbo-Generators
  • Geological Society, Discussion on Formation of Igneous Rocks, 587
  • Geology, Formation of Igneous Rocks, 588
  • Gerbel, B. M.. Utilisation of Waste Energy, 75
  • German Engineering Industry, Hours and Wages in, 757
  • French Agreement, Synthetic Ammonia Manufacture, 263. See 372
  • Fleet, Sunken, at Scapa Flow, Salvage Work, 233*. See 373
  • Iron and Steel Industry, Position of, 228
  • Practice, Back-Pressure Turbines, 41
  • Reparations, Dawes Plan, and British En¬gineering Industry, 695, 725, 757
  • German Submarines, Prof. 0. Flamm’s Design, 837*
    • Tolerances, Fitting of Shafts and Holes, 150
    • Trade. See also Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Germany, Diesel Engines, Development, 110*. See 83
  • Electric Power in Industry, 85 ; in Agri¬culture, 116
  • Industrial Standardisation, 120, 149
  • Large-Power Gas Engines, 105*. See 83
  • Railway Electrification, 118
  • Technical Schools and Industrial Concerns, Co-operation, 122
  • Gibson, B. E., on Gas Supply in Liverpool, 682
  • Gibson, Prof. A. H., Tests of Lawaczeck Turbines, 851*
  • GideAbacka Dam, Sweden, Design, 76
  • Gies Foundry, Petrol-Measuring Pump, 141
  • Gilkes, G., The Late, 268
  • Gill and Chaviara System, Electric Trans¬mission, Boad Vehicles, 689
  • Ginning Machines, Cotton, British Empire Exhibition, 11*
  • Girders, Effect of Taper on Shear Stresses, 789*
    • Hack-Sawing Machines for, 320*, 445*
    • Hooks, Stresses in, United States Investiga¬tions, 491
    • See also Beams ; Bridges
  • Gladstone Dock, Liverpool, Construction, 47
  • Glasgow Corporation, Smokeless-Fuel Plant, Dalmarnock, 491, 682
    • Street Lighting in, 458
  • Glass Annealing and Be-annealing, 548
  • Furnace, Fireclay Corrosion Saltcake, 786
    • Properties of Sandstone Block, 786
    • Industry, United States, Position, 592
    • Models for Stress Determination. See Optical Determination of Stress
  • Selenium, Colourless. Effect of Arsenious Oxide, 786
  • Technology, Society of: United States Glass Industry, by Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 592 ; Note on the Glasshouses of the Leeds District in the 17th, 18th and early 19th Centuries, by F. Buckley, 786 ; Fireclay Corrosion through the Action of Saltcake, by Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 786 ; Properties of a Sandstone Block after Use in a Glass Furnace, by H. S. Houldsworth, 786; Production of Colourless Glass in Tank Furnaces with Special Beference to the Use of Selenium, Part IV. Influence of Arsenious Oxide, by A. Cousen and Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 786
  • Glasshouses, Leeds District, Historical, 786
  • Glassware, Volumetric, National Physical Laboratory Tests, 378
  • Gleason Works, Gear-Tooth Gauges, 696
  • Glenfield & Kennedy, Ltd., Self-Closing Valves, 143*; Jet Dispersers, Water Discharge, 247
  • Glossary, Standard Terms, Telegraphy and Telephony, 142
  • Glover, A. W., The Late, 518
  • Glycerin, Dehydration of Alcohol by, 344
  • Gobey, F. E., The Late, 518
  • Godfrey Engineering Works, Oxygen-Jet Cutting Machine, 124*
  • Gold Coast, French, Bailway Bequirements, 674
    • Mining and Extraction, South Africa, 204*. See 174
    • Bobeson-Davidson Slime Pump, 174
    • Washing, Finland Bivers, 501
  • Goninan Bridge Corporation, Design for Sydney Harbour Bridge, 129*. See 169, 198
  • Goodwin, Vice-Admiral Sir G., on Marine Pro¬pelling Machinery, 669
  • Gordon System, Photographic Surveying, 142
  • Gould & Eberhardt, Gear-Testing Apparatus, 697*
  • Governing Gear, Gardner Oil Engine, 596*
    • 1,000-k.w. Geared Turbo Generator, 761*
    • 14,000-h.p. Hydraulic Turbines, New¬foundland, 127*
    • Hydraulic Turbines, Oil-Pressure, 610
  • Hydrau ic Turbines, Queenston-Chip- pa wa Development, 256. See 220 -Two-Speed Oil Engine, (Vickers-Petters, Ltd.), 643*
  • Government Aid, Egyptian Industries, 586
  • Chemical Activities, Historical Account, 448
    • Control, Colliery Industry, Beport, 293
    • Management of Power Plants, 209
    • Policies, Power Development, 37
    • Railways. See State Railways
  • Trained Students and Whitworth Scholar¬ships, 741. See LETTERS, 746, 770, 810, 831, 861
  • Graham, J. 1., on Somerset Oil Shales, 777
  • Grain Elevator, Bristol, Oil Engines for, 643
  • Grantham, B. F., the Late, 486
  • Grass, Cultivating Machine for, 807
  • Grates. See Burnace ; Stoker
  • Graticule, Fractional Beading, for Measuring Telescopes, 101*
  • Graving Dock. See Dock.
  • Gravity, Local Variations, Beport on, 410
  • Gray, Sir W. C., the Late, 654
  • Great Britain, Present Economic Position, 617
  • Lake Hydro-Electric Scheme, Tasmania, Self-Closing Valve for Pipe Line, 143
  • Lakes, Cargo Steamers with Unloading Con¬veyors, 723*. See Erratum, 863 — Traffic on, Engineering Problems, 266 Northern Telegraph Company, Cable-Lay¬ing Steamer, 196*, 269*
  • Greathead Shield, London Tube Bailway Con¬struction, 640
  • Green, E., & SOILS, Ltd., Air Preheater, 209
  • Green Flash, Setting Sun, Experimental De¬monstration, 410
  • Greenland. North West, Survey of, Danish Expedition, 344
  • Greenwich Gem Fire and Salvage Pumps, 531
  • Gresham <fc Craven, Ltd., Mechanical Lubri¬cator, 163*
  • Griffiths, Dr. E., Befrigeration Besearch, 742
  • Griffitlis, H., on Crystallisation, 738
  • Grinding Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Grossmann, M. A., on High-Speed Steel, 347, 393
  • Grove-road Power Station, Tests of Turbo Generator, 704
  • Grubb, Sir H., A Sous, Ltd., Solar Spectro¬graph, Poulkovo Observatory, 87*
  • Guards, Safety, for Power Presses, 18
  • Gullsp&ng Dam. Sweden, Design, 76
  • Guns, Anti-Aircraft, 4-in. High Angle (Win. Beardmorc A Co., Ltd.), 188*
    • Aircraft, New American Weapons, 204
    • Armstrong, Early Breech Loading. 185*
    • 4 A-in. Howitzer (Armstrong, Whitworth A Co., Ltd.), 186
  • Metal, Admiralty, Effect of Casting Tem¬perature and Mass, 436*. See 409
  • Mountings, Armstrong Swash-Plate Engine, 187*
  • Power. United States Battleships, and Washington Treaty, 331 6-pdr.
  • Tank (Armstrong, Whitworth A Co., Ltd.), 186*
  • See also Explosives ; Projectiles ; Warships; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Gunboats. See Warships
  • Gunfire, Protection of Naval Aeroplanes, 418
  • Gunpowder. See Explosives
  • Gutta Percha, Preparation and Properties, 676
  • Gwynnes Engineering Co., Ltd., Pumping Machinery, British Empire Exhibition, 2*,
  • 218* ; Trailer Fire Pump, 147* : Centri¬fugal Pump, Coal Washing Plant, 413* ; 8-h.p. Motor Car, 577*
  • Gwynne-Pennell ltotary Trap, Centrifugal Sewage Pumps, 218*

H

  • HABER Process, Synthetic Ammonia Manu¬facture, Franco-German Agreement, 263. See 372
  • Haboobs, Sudan Sandstorms, Notes on, 592
  • Hack-Saw Blades, Sharpening Machine for, 405* — Sawing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Hacking A Co., Ltd., Cloth Folding and Measur¬ing Machine, 250*
  • Hadflelds, Ltd., Projectiles and Armour Plates, British Empire Exhibition, 189* ; Creepers for Colliery Tubs, 338*
  • Hadfield, W. J., on Modern Road Making, 692
  • Hadley, Dr. A. T., on Management of Pow’er Plants, 209
  • Hair Hygrometers, National Physical Labo¬ratory, 278*
  • Haldane, l)r. J. S., on the Industrial Machine, 585
  • Hall, J. A E., Ltd., Refrigerating Plant, 561*
  • Hall, M. L., the Late, 832
  • Hammar, 11. G., on Power for Ship Propulsion, 148. See 120
  • Hammers. See Machine Tools
  • Hanson, Dr. D., on Iron and Oxygen, 366 ; on
  • Effect of Iron on Copper, 379
  • Harbour, Colombo, Depth Requirements, 457
  • Copenhagen, Proposed Bridge, 292
  • Montreal, Electric Locomotives for, 746
  • New’ York, Dredging Approaches. 713
  • York, Motor Tug, Diesel-Electric, 714
  • Toronto, Development of, 266
  • Tripoli, Position and Possibilities, 828
  • Works, Deterioration and Preservation of Marine Structures (Review), 589
  • Deterioration of Structures, 774
  • Schemes in Parliament, 777 See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Hardening Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Hardness Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Harland A Wolff, Ltd., Motor Launch “ Invermira ” for Venezuela, 800*
  • Harmonic Analysing Instruments, Wave Form, Alternating Currents, 651, 876*
  • Harrison, H. T., on Electric Lighting, British Empire Exhibition, 259
  • Harvesting Machine, Sunshine Combined Reaper and Thresher, 383
  • Haslam Foundry A Engineering Co., Ltd., Refrigerating Machinery, British Empire Exhibition, 290*, 559*
  • Hatfield Pump, Merryweather Motor Fire Engine, 156*. See 426*
  • Haulage, Colliery, Compressed Air Locomotives, Compressor for Charging, 498*
    • Electric Battery Locomotive, 252*
    • Electric Putter (Mavor A Coulson, Ltd.). 252*
    • Gear, Colliery, Electric, Main and Tail,
    • (D. Ashton A Co., Ltd.), 766
    • Colliery, Main and Tail Type (M. B. Wild A Co., Ltd.), 251*, 622*
    • Colliery, Endless-Rope Type (Markham A Co., Ltd.), 251*
    • Colliery, Portable Types (Markham A Co., Ltd.), 251*
    • Colliery, Portable Stretcher-Bar Type (Holman Bros., Ltd.), 252
    • Colliery, Steam and Compressed Air (J. Mills A Co.), 766*
    • Colliery, Steam, Air and Electric (Hol¬man Brothers, Ltd.), 732*
  • Hauling Engine, Electric, Penang Hills Rail¬way, 789*, 852*
  • Haw’ksley Lecture on Marine Propelling Machinery, 669
  • Hawthorn, Leslie A Co., Ltd., Naval Construc¬tion, 421 ; Lubrication Tell-Tales, 422*
  • Hay Drying by Hot Air, 554*
  • Hayward-Tyler A Co., Ltd., Pumping Ma¬chinery, 3*
  • Head, Wrlghtson A Co., Ltd., Coal-Screening Plant, 338*
  • Heald Internal Grinding Machine, 404*
  • Healey, A., on Motor-Car Tyres, 805
  • Heat Conductivity Measurement, National Physical Laboratory, 279*
  • Engines. See Engines; Turbines; Aero¬nautics
  • Insulating Materials, Cold Stores, Conduc¬tivity Tests, 742*
    • Material, Spongy Rubber, Research 682.
  • Losses, Fuel Combustion, 40*
    • In Gas Engines, 605, 623*, 629*, 679, 684.
  • See LETTERS, 641, 704, 746 Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy Waste. See YFatfe Heat

Heater, Air, for Boiler Furnaces, Rectangular Tubes, 209*

    • Electric, for Rivets (A.l. Electric Welding Appliances Co:), 828*
    • Feed-Water. See Feed-Water Heater
  • Heating, Domestic, Use of Electric Power, 81
  • and Pumping Unit, Wallsend-Howden Oil- Fuel System, 345*
  • Steam, Automatic-Temperature Control, 628*
    • Extraction from Turbines, 41, 744. See 503
  • and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of, Air Washers and Air Filters, by 11. W. S. Martin, 780
  • Heatly-Gresham Engineering Co., Ltd., Drop Stamping Installations, 705*
  • Hele-Shaw Variable Speed Gear, 86; Irish Bascule Bridge, 759*
  • Helical Gears. See Gears
  • Helium Atom, Metastability of. 322
    • Liquefaction of, Toronto University. 367
  • Hellstrom, B., Swedish Arch Dam Design, 70
  • Hematite Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Henderson, Prof. Sir J. B., on Teaching Mathematics, 491
  • Hendon-Edgware Extension Railway, Auto¬matic Substation, 227* : Opening, 260
  • Henley’s Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., Research Laboratories, 736*
  • Herbert, A., Ltd.. Radial Drill, 316* ; Milling Machines, 356; Fellows Gear-Tooth Grinder, 402* ; Fellows Thread Generator, 403* ; Heald Internal Grinder, 404*
  • Herbert, E. G., Ltd., Hack-sawing Machines, 319* ; Sharpening Machine, Hack-saw Blades, 405* ; Testing Machines. Hack¬saw Blades and Tool Steel, 445*
  • Herdman, Sir W. A., the Late, 141
  • Hcterochromatic Photometry, International Committee, 175
  • Hetherington, J., & Sons, Ltd., Cotton Ma¬chinery, British Empire Exhibition, 90*
  • Hichens, W. L., on Industrial Problems, 298 High-speed Steel. See Steel
    • Temperature Tests. Sec Tests (Materials) Highways. See Roads
  • Hilger. A., Ltd., Interferometers, Calibration of Standard Metre, Japanese Govern¬ment, 491* ; Testing Photographic Lenses, 6
  • Hill, J., & Son (Keighley), Ltd., Nelson Dobby, Cotton Weaving. 249*
  • Hilomill Vertical Boring Mill, 313*
  • Hiloplane Planing Machine, 362*
  • Hjorth, B. A., & Co., Adjustable Wrenches and Spanners, 113*
  • H.M.SS. See under Warships
  • Hobbing Machines, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • Hoists, Steam, Air and Electric, Mining, 732*
    • See also Cranes
  • Hoisting Engine, Electric, Penang Hills Rail¬way, 789*, 852*
  • Holbrook & Sons, Tool-Room Lathe, 356
  • Holden <fc Brooke, Ltd., Turbine Pump, 159
  • Holes, Fitting of Shafts in. See Gauging
  • Holland, Domestic Uses of Electric Power, 84
  • Electric Power Transmission and Distri¬bution, 78
  • Electricity Supply Regulations, 37
  • Engineering Education in, 122
  • Power Resources, 32. See 19 See also Dutch
  • Holley Carburettor Company, Iron Castings in Metal Moulds, 377
  • Hollings & Guest, Ltd., Sludge Pump, 211
  • Holman Brothers, Ltd., Air Compressors, British Empire Exhibition, 192 ; Stretcher- Bar Mine Hoist, 252 ; Pneumatic Tools, 528 ; Mine-Haulage Equipment, 732*
  • Holroyd, J., & Co., Ltd., Combination Turret. Lathe, 357* ; Worm-Wheel Hobbing Machine, 401* ; Worm-Grinding Machine, 405* ; Woodworking Tool Grinder, 405* ; Oil-Groove Cutting Machine, 444*
  • Holzwarth Gas Turbine, 83
  • Home Office Regulations, Lead Poisoning, Accumulator Factories, 753
    • Report, Factory Accidents, 773
    • Report, Safety Precautions, Power Presses, 18
  • Homer, A. B., on the M.S. “ Cubore,” 714
  • Hood, D. W., the Late, 650*
  • “Hood,” H.M.S., Steel Casting for Rudder Frame, 189*
  • Hooks, Stresses in. United States Investiga¬tions, 491
  • Hopper Dredger. See Dredger
    • Wagon, Coal, 42-ton, Bengal-Nagpur Rail¬way, 279*
  • Horner, J., on Gear-Tooth Testing, 696*, 821*
  • Hospital Ship, Motor, Shallow-Draught, the “ Nabha,” 421*
    • Steamers, Conversion for Tourist Service, 463*
  • Houldsworth. 11. S., on Clav-Sillimanite Mix¬tures, 461
  • Hours of Labour. See Labour
  • House-Refuse Collection, Pagefleld System, 655*
  • Howe, Prof. G. W. O., on a Hundred Years of Electrical Engineering, 193. See 266
  • Howitzers. See Guns
  • Howson, (’. W. 11., on Gutta Percha, 676 Hughes, J., the Late, 15
  • Hugill, W., on the Effect of Exposure on Fireclay, 481 ; on Determination of Specific Gravity of Firebricks, 482
  • Hultgren, A., on Brinell Tests and Production of Steel Balls, 367
  • Humber Motor Cycle, 653*
    • River Water Power Scheme, Newfound¬land, 125*
  • Humidifying Apparatus, Air, Textile Mills, Andrew System, 873*
  • Humidity Measurements, National Physical Laboratory, 278*
  • Humpage, Thompson & Hardy, Hack-Sawing Machine, 320*
  • Hungarian Practice, Turbo Alternators, 80, 206
    • Railways, Electrification, 118
  • Hungary, Power Resources, 32. See 19
  • Hunsaker, Commander J. C., on Aeronautics in Naval Architecture, 722. See 713
  • Hunter, C., on Oilfields of Argentina, 651
  • Hunter, H., on a Double-Acting Marine Diesel Engine, 26*
  • "Hurghada,” Motor Tug for Egypt, 517
  • Hydraulic Clutche-'. Change-Speed Gear, Oil-Engine Locomotive, 702*
    • Fottinger, Diesel-Engine Drive, M.S. “ Vulcan,” 92*. 369*
  • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools Power Plant. See Power Plant Press. See Press under Machine Tools Pump. See Pump
  • Thrust Measuring Gear, Michell, Marine Diesel-Engine Trials, 785*
  • Turbines. See Turbines ; Power Plant Variable Speed Gears, 86, 842
    • Speed Gear, Hele-Shaw. Irish Bascule Bridge, 759*
    • Speed Gear, Armstrong Swash-Plate Engine, 187*
    • Speed Gear, Williams-Janney, Winches with, 211*
  • Hydraulics, Jet Disperser Water Discharge, 247*
    • Water Channels, Automatic Intake Control, 432*
    • See also Hydrodynamics; Irrigation; Water
  • Hydrodynamics, Bjerknes’ Experiments, Pul¬sating Capsules, 409
    • Oil Flow in Pipe Lines, 792, 823*, 853*
    • See also Ship Resistance
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • Hydrogen Diffusion in Iron and Steel, 365
  • Hydrogenation of Coal, 38, 777
  • Hygiene, Engineers and Public Health, 286
  • Hygrometry, National Physical Laboratory, 278*

I

  • ICE Troubles, Water Power Plants, 45, 73, 241*, 463
    • See also Refrigeration
  • Igneous Rocks, Formation of, 588
  • Ignition, Internal-Combustion Engines, Stan¬dardisation of Magnetos, 142
  • Igranic Electric Co., Ltd., Motor Starting and Control Panels, 447 ; Automatic Motor Starter and Dean Valve-Control Gear, 671* llgner System, Electric Drive, Sheet Rolling Mills, 842*
  • Illinois Tool Works, Gear Testing Apparatus, 821*
    • University of, Fatigue Tests of Metals, 580*, 658.* See 284
  • Illuminating Engineering Society, Conference at British Empire Exhibition, 259
  • Illumination, Gas and Electric, British Empire Exhibition, 259
    • Gas Lighting, Development of, 81
    • International Commission, Work of, 175
    • National and International Aspects, 77. See 175
    • Progress with Electric Lamps, 77
    • Road, and Motor-Car Traffic, 260. See 458
    • Standard, Proposed International, 175
    • Vocabulary of, 175
    • See also Light ; Lighting ; and Lamps under Electric
  • Illuminator, Vertical, for Microscopes, 30
  • Impact Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Imperial Communications, Aeroplanes and Airships for, 450
    • Shipping Committee, Depth of Colombo Harbour, 457
  • Import Trade. See Trade
  • Impregnating Plant, Experimental, Henley’s Cable Works, 737*
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines
  • Incandescent Lamps. See Lamps under Elec¬tric „ ,
  • India, Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Hopper Coal Wagon, 279*
    • Bombay Water Supply, Lake Tansa Pipe Line, 562*
    • Calcutta Water Supply, 178
    • Early Use of Mechanical Transport, 681
    • Power Resources, 19, 31
    • Research Work, Report of Institute of Science, 674
    • Rubber. See Rubber
  • Indian Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 507*, 537*. See LETTER, 548
    • Trade Statistics, 276, 306
  • Indicator Connections, Internal-Combustion Engines, 424
  • Diagrams, Air Compressor, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 192*
    • Ammonia Compressor, 561*
    • Blackstone Oil Engine, 639*
    • Determination of Clearance Volume, 101
    • North-Eastem-Werkspoor Double-Acting Diesel Engine, 27*
  • Induction Furnaces. See Furnace, Electric
    • Motor. See Motor, Electric
    • Regulators (Switchgear & Cowans, Ltd)., 181*
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents Agreements and Disputes. See Labour Alcohol. See Alcohol; Motor Fuels Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Concerns, German, Co-operation with Technical Schools, 122
    • Reciprocal Utilisation, Waste Energy, 75
    • Decentralisation and Electric Power, 185
    • Economics. See Labour
  • Fatigue. See Labour
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Kinematography, Mercury-Vapour Lamp, 295*
  • Management. See Works Management Notes. See Labour Notes under Labour
  • Organisation, Munitions Supply, 201 Research. See Research
  • Standardisation. See Standardisation
  • Unrest. See Labour
  • Uses of Electric Power, 85
  • Uses, Town Gas, 82
  • Welfare. See Welfare under Labour
  • Industries, British. Effect- of Taxation, 618
  • Present Position, 617
  • Industries Egyptian, State Assistance, 586
    • French, ITesent Position, 332
    • Lithuanian, Report, 268
    • See also Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX Industry, Coal Mining, Economies, 518*, 521
  • Electric Supply, Development, 617
  • Engineering, British and German, Hours and Wages, in, 757
    • British, Effect of German Reparations, 695, 725, 757
    • Reduction of Manufacturing Costs, 419
  • Foreign Trade and International Competi¬tion, 298
  • German Iron and Steel, Position, 228
  • Iron and Steel, Position, 365
  • Labour Situation, Need for Co-operation, 585
  • Motor Car, British, Position, 553, 587
  • Ingall, D. H., on Relationship between Tensile Strength, Temperature and Cold Work, 408
  • Ingersoll-Rand Co., Oil-Engine Driven Electric Locomotive, 781*
  • Inglis, G., the Late, 133
  • Ingots, Steel, Clink Detector for. 658*
  • Injection, Fuel, Spring-Plunger System, Black-
  • stone Oil Engine, 20*, 639*
  • Inland Navigation. See Navigation ; Canals ;Rivers, &c.
  • Inspection, Boiler, Report on, 417
  • Institute of Patentees. See Patentees
    • of Science, Indian, Report, 674
    • of Transport. See Transport
    • See Institutions
  • Institutions, Technical and Scientific. See Aeronautical Society, Royal; Agricultural Society, Royal ;\ Arts, Royal Society of; Automobile Engineers, Institution of; British Association; Ceramic Society; Chemical Engineers, Institution of; Chemi¬cal Industry, Society oj; Civil Engineers, French Society of; Civil Engineers, Insti¬tution of ; Cold Storage and Ice Association, British; Diesel Engine Users' Association; Electrical Engineers, Institution of; En¬gineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institu¬tion of; Engineers, Society of; Faraday Society; Glass Technology, Society of; Gas Engineers, Institution of; Geological Society; Heating and Ventilating En¬gineers, Institution of; Iron and Steel Institute ; Iron and Steel Institute, Ameri¬can ; Illuminating Engineering Society; Junior Institution of Engineers ; Liverpool Engineering Society ; Locomotive Engineers, Institution of; Manchester Association of Engineers ; Marine Engineers, Institute of; Mechanical Engineers, American Society of; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of; Mechanical Engineers, Japanese Society of ; Metals, Institute of ; Meteorological Society, Royal; Mining Engineers, Institution of; Municipal and County Engineers, Institu¬tion of; Naval Architects, Institution of; Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, American Society of; North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders ; Optical Society; Patentees, Institute of; Petroleum Technologists, Institution of; Physical Society ; Public Lighting Engin¬eers and Superintendents, Institution of; Radio Society of Great Britain; Royal Society ; Rubber Industry, Institution of; South Wales Institute of Engineers ; Trans¬port, Institute of; Waterworks Association, British ; Welding Engineers, Institution of
  • Instruments, Electrical Measuring, Commercial and Indicating (Review), 337
    • Planimeter for Averaging Charts, 207*
    • Power Factor Meter, 207*
    • Railway Dynamometer Cars, 208
    • Recording, Cambridge, British Association Meeting, 287
    • Scientific, British Empire Exhibition, 129, 278*
  • See also Aeronautics ; Electric Insulation. See Heat ; Electric Insurance, Workmen’s. See Labour Intake Control, Water Channels, 432
  • Interference Method, Testing Gauge, 129
  • Interferometers, Calibration of Standard Metre, Japanese Government, 491*
    • Hilger’s, Testing Photographic Lenses. 6
  • Internal-Combustion Engines. See Aeronau¬tics ; Engines ; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors; Turbines, Gas
  • Grinder. See Grinder under Machine Tools
  • IInternational Channelling Machines, Ltd., Sis koi Coal Cutter, 225*
  • Character of Industry, 298
  • Commission, Illumination, Work of, 175
  • Electrical Standards, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • Electrotechnical Commission, Work, 121
  • Joint Commission, Canadian Water Power, 37
  • Life-Boat Conference, 16. See Erratum, 207
  • Mathematical Congress, Toronto: Hon. Sir C. A. Parsons on the Steam Turbine, 469 ; Prof. Sir J. B. Henderson on Teaching Mathematics to Engineering Students, 491
  • Standard, Testing Hydraulic Power Plants, 51, 145
  • Trade. See Trade
  • Inventions, Exhibition of, Institute of Paten¬tees, 236. See 801.
    • See also Patents.
  • Invermira, Motor Launch Venezuela, 800
  • Inverted Process, Extrusion of Brass Rod, 387*. See 379, 415.
  • Ionised Elements, Spectra of, 321*
  • Ireland, Bann River, Bascule Bridge, 758*
    • Ulster Coalfield, Development, 175
  • Iron Alloys. See Metallurgy and Steel
    • Castings, Influence of Titanium, 113
    • Production in Cast-Iron Moulds, 377
    • Corrosion. See Corrosion
    • Effect on Copper, 379
    • Electro-Deposited, Hardness of, 599
    • Electrolytic, Manufacture, 117
    • Foundry. See Foundry
    • Furnaces. See Furnaces
    • Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
    • Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast; Metal¬lurgy
    • Sheets, Galvanised, Testing, 825*
  • Iron Ore. See Ore
  • Oxygen Alloys, Constitution of. 366
  • Pig, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Pure, Determination of Oxygen in, 366
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills Smelting, Electric, Resistance of Coke and Charcoal, 637
  • and Steel, Corrosion in Sea Water, 775
  • Electric Manufacture, 117
  • Hydrogen Diffusion in, 365
  • Industry, Belgian, Statistics, 838
  • Industry, German, Present Position, 228
  • Industry, India, 509, 537
  • Industry, South Africa, 205
  • Industry, Position of, 365
  • Industry, United States, Power Pro¬duction and Use, 84
  • ‘’’Iron and Steel Institute :
  • Spring Meeting, London
  • Hardness of Electro Deposited Iron, Nickel Cobalt and Copper, by Dr. J. Mac- Naughten, 599
  • Autumn Meeting, British Empire Exhibition
  • Programme, 133 Introduction, 334
  • Election of President and Officers, 365
  • Report of Discussions, 365
  • Present Position of the Iron and Steel Industry, by Sir W. Ellis, 365
  • Pickling ; or the Action of Acid Solutions on Mild Steel and the Diffusion of Hydrogen through the Metal, by Prof. C. A. Edwards, 365
  • Effect of Free Surfaces on the Plastic Deformation of Certain Metals, by Dr. F. C. Thompson and W. E. W. Millington, 366
  • Iron and Oxygen, by F. S. Tritton and Dr. D. Hanson, 366
  • Estimation of Oxygen in Pure Iron, by T. E. Rooney, 366
  • Hardening of Steel, by Dr. W. Rosenhain, 391*
  • Improvements in the Brinell Test on Hardened Steel, Including a New Method of Producing Hard Steel Balls, by A. Hultgren, 367
  • Nature of High-Speed Steel, by M. A. Grossmann and E. C. Bain, 347, 393
  • Changes of Volume of Steels during Heat Treatment, by Dr. L. Aitchison and G. R. Woodvine, 351*
  • Iron and Steel Institute, American : Iron and Steel Scrap, by E. J. Lowry, 806 — Products, British Empire Exhibition,
  • 99*, 438*
  • Scrap, Classification of, 806
  • Works. See Works
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Welding. See Welding
  • See also Cast Iron; Steel; Pig Iron; Metallurgy
  • Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges ; Roofs;
  • Steelwork ; Structures
  • Irrigation Engineering, Principles of (Review), 631 in India, 536
    • Low-Lift Centrifugal Pump, 3*
    • Sardinia, Tirso River Dam, 632*
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Italian Government, Tirso Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, Sardinia, 632*
    • Navy, Autumn Manoeuvres, 806
    • Submarines, Design and Functions, 171, 232
    • Torpedo Boat Destroyers, 582
    • Water Power, Auxiliary Steam Plants, 42. See 503’
    • Turbines, Recent Developments, 44
  • Italy, Dam Construction, 44
  • Electro-Metallurgy in, 117

J

  • JACKS, Trewhella, for Timber Clearing, 383
  • Jacquard Looms, Cotton Weaving, 249*
  • Jaffa, Investigations of Horizontal Tacheometry, 505*
  • Jaguar Aero Engine, 870*
  • Janney Variable Speed Gear for Winches, 211
  • Japan, Power Resources, 33. See 19
  • Japanese Government, Interferometers for Calibration of Standard Metre, 491*
    • Ships, Load-Line Regulations, 113
    • Society of Mechanical Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers
    • Train-Ferry Steamer “ Shoho Maru,” 735
  • Jasper, Prof. T. McL., on Quenching Stresses in Steel, 285, 343*. See LETTER, 641; on Evidence for Fatigue Limits, 580*, 658*. See 284
  • Jeans, Dr. J. H., on Loss of Mass by Radiation, 802
  • Jefferson, C. J., on Fuel Conservation, United States Shipping Board Vessels, 714
  • Jenkin, Prof. C. F., on the Work of the Fatigue Panel, Aeronautical Research Committee, 245. See 284
  • Jennings, G. L., on Gas Lighting, British Empire Exhibition, 259
  • Jersey Railways, Steam Motor Coach, 6*. See Errata, 133
  • Jet Dispersers for Water Discharge, 247
  • Jewellers’ Bench Drill, Extra High-Speed, 406
  • Johnson, A. R., Penang Hills Railway, 664*, 726*, 789*, 852*
  • Johnson & Phillips, Ltd., Cable-Handling Machinery, S.S. ‘‘ Edouard Suenson,” 269*. See 196*
  • Johnson Valves, Queenston-Chippawa Hydro- Electric Development, 256*
  • Jones, H. C., on Fire Engine Construction, 672
  • Jones and Shipman, A. A., Ltd., Drilling Machines, 314* ; Grinding Machines, 318 ; Sundstrand Stub Lathe, 357* ; Jewellers’ High-Speed Bench Drill, 406*
  • Journals. See Bearings
  • Junior Institution of Engineers: H. C. Jones on Fire-Engine Construction, 672 ; H. G. Bouly on Fluid Transmission Gears, 842
  • Jupiter Aero Engine, Swedish Government Tests, 112 ; Service Performance, 542

K

  • KAPLAN Hydraulic Turbine, 63, 183
  • Karrier Motor Company, Ltd., 3-ton Lorry, 372
  • Kearns, H. W., & Co., Ltd., Horizontal Surfac¬ing, Boring, Drilling and Tapping Machine, 314* ; Horizontal Boring, Milling and Facing Machine, 699*
  • Kelvin, Bottomley & Baird, Ltd., Mercury- Vapour Lamp, 295*
  • Kelvin Centenary Celebrations, 97. See 104
  • Kelvin, Lord, and the Progress of Electrical Engineering, 194. See 266
  • Kelvin Medal, Award to Prof. Elihu Thomson, 97. See 104
  • Kemnal, Sir J., on Tendencies in Steam Genera¬tion, 588. See 41
  • Kendall & Gent (1920), Ltd., Plano-Milling Machines, 318* ; Vertical Milling Machine, 398*; Screwing Machine, 444* ; Hori¬zontal Boring, Drilling and Tapping Machine, 878*
  • Kennington to Charing Cross Extension, Underground Raihvays, 328
  • Kent, G., Ltd., Compressed Air Flow Meters, 193* ; Balanced Manometer, 223*
  • Kernel Separating Plant, Palm Nuts, 513*
  • Keys and Keyways, Standard Dimensions, 878
    • Seating Machine. See Machine Tools
    • Token Instrument, Railway Signalling, 10
  • Kinematography, Industrial, Mercury-Vapour Lamp, 295*
  • King’s Road Power• Station, St. Pancras, Extensions and Efficiency, 642*
  • Kitchen Car, Electrically Equipped, London and North Eastern Raihvay, 480*
  • Kloumann, S., on Export of Electrical Power from Norway, 213. See 78
  • Kneidl, Dr. J., on the Kaplan Turbine, 183
  • Koch, Dr. L., Survey of North West-Greenland, 344
  • Konus Kemik Chemical Fire Extinguisher, 530
  • Korting Oil-Fuel System, Cable Steamer “ Edouard Suenson,” 197*
  • Kristiania, Electric Power Supply, 85

L

  • LA VOULTE VIADUCT, Repairs to, 557
  • Laboratory, Chemical Engineering, University College, London, 682
    • High-Tension Electric, National Physical
  • Laboratory, 6; Henley’s Cable Works, 736*
    • Research, Birmingham Gas Department,
  • Industrial Kinematography, 295*
    • Henley’s Cable Works, 736*
    • See also National Physical

Labour :

  • Accumulator Factories, Lead Poisoning, Home Office Regulations, 753
  • Class Warfare, Futility of, 681. See LETTER, 746
  • Colliery Industry, Labour Situation, Need for Co-operation, 585
    • Miners’ Wages and Cost of Coal, 521. See 518*
    • Proposed Control, Report, 293
  • Engineering Industries. British and German, Hours and Wages in. 757
  • Factory Accidents. See Accidents Hours of Labour, British and German
  • Engineering Industries, 757
    • and Human Happiness, 648
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • Concerns, Workmen Directors, 586
  • Decentralisation and Electric Power Supply, 185
  • Disputes, Means for Avoiding, 585
  • Economies, Reduction of Manufactur¬ing Costs, 419
    • and Scientific Methods, 865
    • Fatigue Research, Application of Results, 202
    • Research, Statistical Investigation of Factory Accidents, 709. See 701, 746, 810
  • Notes. See Labour Notes (below) Welfare. See Welfare (below)
  • Industry, Foreign Trade and Interna¬tional Competition, 298
  • Labour Situation, Need for Co-opera¬tion, 585
    • International Character of Industry, 298
    • Insurance, Unemployment. See Un¬employment (below)
  • Labour Costs, Manufacturing Work, Apportionment, 583. See 433
    • Notes, 24, 61, 103, 141, 176, 195. 237, 270, 299, 327, 380, 422, 452, 495, 527, 557, 591, 621, 643, 685, 715, 748, 778, 811, 839, 869. See PARA¬GRAPH INDEX
    • Party, Summer School, W. L. Hichens on Industrial Problems, 298
    • Skilled and Unskilled, Relativity in Wages, 489
  • Lead Poisoning, Accumulator Factories, Home Office Regulations, 753
  • Lock-outs and Strikes, Avoiding, 585
  • Miners, Coal, Health of, 294
    • Wages and Cost of Coal, 521. See 518
    • Power Presses, Safety Precautions, 18
    • Production, Social Aspect. 36, 37
    • Railways, British, Labour Statistics, 524
    • Shipbuilding Industry, Wages in, 265
    • Work, Prevention of Accidents, 333
    • Social Reactions of Cheap Power, 185
    • Socialism and Class Warfare, 681. See LETTER, 746
  • Strikes and Lockouts, Avoiding, 585
    • and Unemployment Insurance, 332
    • Trade Unions, Relativity in Wages, 489
    • Restrictions, Demarcation of Work, 586
    • Unemployment Insurance and Trade Disputes, 332
    • Is it Inevitable ? (Review), 555
    • and Overseas Investments, 617
    • and Restriction of Output, 586
  • Wages, British and German Engineering Industries, 757
    • Railwaymen’s, 524
    • Miners’ and Cost of Coal, 518* 521.
    • Rates and Production Costs, 419
    • in Shipbuilding Industry, 265
  • *Skilled and Unskilled Workers, Rela¬tivity, 489
  • Wealth, Distribution of, 681. See LETTER, 746
  • Welfare Schemes, Experience with, 237
  • Workers, Health of, 294
  • Working Hours, British and German Engineering Industries, 757
    • and Human Happiness, 648
  • Workmen Directors, Industrial Concerns, 586
    • Compensation Case, Disobedience to Regulations, 172
  • Ladder Bridge, Mount Everest Expedition, McGruer Spar Construction, 304*
  • Lagging Materials. See Heat Insulation Lake Cargo Steamers with Unloading Convevors, 723*. See Erratum, 863
  • Lakeside Power Station, Pulverised Fuel, Handling Tests, 592
  • Lamb, Lieut.-Col. H. S., on Engineering
  • Problems and Traffic on Great Lakes, 266
  • Lamda-Lancia Motor Car, 575*
  • Lamme, B. G., on American Power Station Electrical Equipment, 108
  • Lamme, B. G., the Late, 94 Lamps, Electric. See Electric
    • Mercury-Vapour, Kinematographv, 295*
    • Motor-Car Lighting Equipment, 260
    • Oil, Long-Burning, for Railway Signalling, 9
    • Safety, for Miners, Caeg Electric, 529
  • Lancashire Boiler. See Boiler
    • Coal. Arley Seam, Fuel Research Board Investigations, 552
    • Electric Drive, Planing Machines, 362
  • Lanchester Motor Cars, 606*
  • Lanchester-Prandtl Theory, Aviation, and the Flettner Rotor Ship, 710, 770. See LETTER, 831*
  • Lancia Motor Car, 575*
  • Land Reclamation and Dredging, 437. See Erratum, 486
  • Lang, J., <fe Sons, Ltd., Lathe, 309
  • Langdon-Davies, W., the Late, 862
  • Langlands, S. B., on Street Lighting in Glasgow. 458
  • Lapointe Co.. J. N., Broaching Machine, 442
  • Latex, Rubber, Industrial Applications, 776
  • Latham, E., on Dredging and Land Reclama¬tion, 437. See Erratum, 486 Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Launch, Orient Liner “ Oronsay,” 265
    • M.S. “ Moveria,” Donaldson Line, 548
    • Motor. See Motor Boat
    • Seasled Type, Motor-Propelled, 460
  • Laundry, Washing Machines, Canadian, 140
  • Laval Geared Turbine Machinery, S.S. “ Drottningholm,” 841*
    • Watson Testing Apparatus, Insulating Oils, 977*
  • Law. See Legal; Labour ; Patents
  • Lawaczeck Hydraulic Turbines, 434*, 851*. See 63
  • Lea-Francis Motor Car, 610*
  • Lea, Professor F. C., on the Effect of High Temperature on the Range of Repetition Stresses, 500, 532*. See 284 ; on the Effect of Low and High Temperatures on Materials, 816*, 843*. See 793
  • Lea, R. S., on Development of the St. Lawrence, 239*, 271*. See 267
  • Lea Recorder Co., Ltd., Coal and Water Measuring Apparatus, 598*
  • Lead Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Poisoning, Accumulator Factories, Home Office Regulations, 753
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Leeds Forge Co., Ltd., Double-Bolster Bogie, 280*
    • University, Jubilee Celebration, 839
  • Lees. Asa <fc Co., Ltd., Cotton Machinery, British Empire Exhibition, 90
  • Lees-Bradner Co., Gear-Tooth Grinding Machines, 402*

Legal :

  • Factory Bill and Boiler Explosions, 334
  • Labour Legislation. See Labour
  • Patent Law. See Patents
  • Power Plants, French Legislation, 37
  • Workmen’s Compensation. See Labour
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Legislation. See Legal; Labour ; Patents Leicester Show, Royal Agricultural Society, 20*, 59*
  • Length Standard, Design of, 128*
    • Interferometers for Calibrating, Japanese
  • Government, 491*
  • Lenses, Fused Silica, Ultra-Violet Light, 296
    • Photographic, Hilger’s Interferometer for Testing, 6
  • Lessells, J. M., on the Elastic Limit and Fatigue Breakdown, 813*. See 793
  • Letters to the Editor, 14, 101,142,166,198,*
  • 334, 424, 462, 486*, 548, 582, 641, 676,
  • 704, 746, 769*, 810, 831*, 861. See LETTERS INDEX
  • Level, Sensitive, Comparing End Gauges, 129
  • Ley, C. H., on Horizontal Tacheometry, 505
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., Motor Fire Engine, British Empire Exhibition, 156*
  • Life-Boat Conference, International, 16. See Erratum, 207
    • Motor, British and Foreign, 16. See Erratum, 207
    • Royal National Institution, Centenary, 16. See Erratum, 207
    • Saving Appliances, Merchant Shipping, Regulations, 587
  • Lifting Bridges. See Bridges
  • Light Aeroplanes. See Aeroplanes under Aeronautics

Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy

  • Polarised, Stress Determination by. See Optica I
  • Radiation and Loss of Mass of Stars, 802
    • Refractive Index and Crystal Structure, 368
    • Scattering of, 367
    • Standard, Propose^ International, 175
    • Theory of Diffraction, 548
    • of, Work of Lord Kelvin, 98. See 104
    • Ultra-Violet, Fused Silica Lenses, 296
    • Velocity of, Recent Measurements, 738
    • Wave Length of, Calibration of Standard Metre, 491*
  • See also Spectrum ; Diffraction
  • Lighting, Electric, Colliery Fittings, 529*
  • Engineers and Superintendents, Institution of. See Public Lighting
  • Equipment of Motor-Cars, 260
  • Gas, Development of, 81
    • and Electric, British Empire Exhibition, 259
  • International Commission, Work of, 175
  • National and International Aspects, 77. See 175
  • Progress with Electric Lamps, 77
  • Road, and Motor-Car Traflic, 260. See 458 Street, in Glasgow, 458
  • Vocabulary of, 175
  • See also Lamps under Electric
  • Lignite, Occurrence and Use, 480
  • Lilia Edet, Hydro-Electric Power Plant, Turbine Design, 63
  • Limestone Steamers, with Unloading Con¬veyors, Great Lakes, 723*. See Erratum, 863
  • Limit Gauges. See Gauges ; Gauging
  • Liners, Piston-Valve, Milling Ports, 354
  • Liquefaction of Gases, Research Work, Toronto University, 367
  • Liquid Fuel. See Oil Fuel. See also Alcohol; Motor ; Paraffin ; Petrol
    • Meter, Bassler, with Temperature Compen¬sator, 497*
  • Lister, G., Filter Press, Transformer Oil, 768
  • Literature, 189, 336, 524, 555, 589, 618, 631,
  • 663, 714, 809. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Lithuanian Trade and Industries, Report, 268
  • Litigation. See Legal; Labour.; Patents
  • Little Belt, Proposed Railway Bridge, 292
  • Liverpool Engineering Society, Presidential Address by R. E. Gibson, on Gas Supply in Liverpool, 682
  • Gas Supply in, 682
  • Gladstone Docks, Construction, 47*
  • Proposed Tunnel under Mersey, 461
  • Ljungstrom Steam Turbine : Comparisons with Erste-Brunner Turbine, 142; Manufac¬ture, 699*
    • Turbo-Generators, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 71* ; St. Pancras Power Station, 642
  • Lloyd’s Register, Annual Report, 656
    • Book, Merchant Shipping, 166
    • Statistics, Shipping Losses, 267, 519, 820
    • Vessels under Construction, 52, 516
    • World’s Merchant Shipping, 98
  • Load-Line Regulations, Japanese Ships, 113
  • Loading Colliery Tubs, Gate-End Conveyor, 227*
  • Local Authorities. See Municipal
  • Locks and Weirs, River Seine Regulation Works, 682*
    • Entrance, Gladstone Dock, Liverpool, 47
  • Lock-outs. See Labour
  • Locomotives, Compressed Air, Compressor for Charging, 498*
  • Draughtsman, Salary and Status, 765
    • Electric Battery, for Colliery Work, 252*
    • 0-4-4-0 Type, for Montreal Docks, 746
    • and Steam, Working Costs, 456
    • Engineers. Institution of, Lieut.-Col. E.
    • O’Brien on Railway Electrification, 456
    • Feed-Water Heater and Pump, Worthing¬ton-Simpson, 478*
    • Geared Turbine, the Reid-MacLeod, 479
    • Mechanical Lubricator for, 163*
    • Oil-Engine, Shunting (Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works), 701*
    • Engine, Shunting, with Electric Trans¬mission, 781*
  • Piston Valves, Milling Ports in Liners, 354* 2-8-8-2 Type, Simple Mallet Articulated,
  • Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 795*, 860* 4-8-0 Type, Three-Cylinder Superheater,
  • Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway
  • (Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd.), 280* Road. See Motor • Road ; Tractor See also Railways in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Lodge, Sir O., on Electrical Precipitation, 648. See LETTER, 676
  • London Area, Electricity Supply, 171
    • Road Improvements, 571*
    • Bridges and Cross-River Traffic, 641, 647
    • Foundation Settlements, 641. See 102, 647, 676, 807
    • Clay, Properties of, 640, 641, 647. See LETTER, 676
    • County Council Evening Classes, 377
    • Docks, Roads Improvements, 572*
    • Midland & Scottish Railway, Third-Class
  • Vestibule Carriage, 160* ; Transport of Turbo-Alternator Stator, 370; Transport of Large Cupolas, 592*
  • & North Eastern Railway, Double Bolster- Carriage Bogie, 280* ; Electrically- Equipped Kitchen Car, 480*
  • Port of, Report on, 554
  • Streets, Inclined Crossings at Junctions, 641, 648
  • Traffic Congestion, Causes and Remedies, 522, 651. See 640, 647
  • Transport, Work of the Engineer, 640, 647. See LETTERS, 676
  • Underground Railways. See Underground University College, Chemical Engineering
  • Laboratory, 682
  • Degrees in Engineering, 831
  • Waterloo Bridge, Proposed Reconstruc¬tion, 102, 807. See 641, 647, 676
  • Westminster Bridge, Stress Measurements, 296
  • Londonderry Power Station, Yarrow Boilers, 177*
  • Longitude Determination, Time Signals, 410
  • Looms, Cotton-Weaving, British Empire
  • Exhibition, 247*

“ Lord Combermere,” Steam Tug and Water Boat, Barbados, 370*. See Erratum, 415

  • Lorries. See Motor Wagons
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation Coal. See Coal Lowry, E. J., on Iron and Steel Scrap, 806 Lubrication, Cold-Rolling Mill Bearings, 636*.
  • See 569*, 601*, 769*
    • Ilgner Flywheel, Rolling Mill Drive, 842*
    • Oil-Groove Cutting Machine, 444*
    • Tell-Tales, Turbine Reduction Gears, 422*
    • Turbo-Generator, Turbine-Driven Oil Pump, 762*
    • of Wire Ropes, 858, 868
  • Lubricator, Mechanical, Locomotive, 163* ; Gardner Oil Engine, 597*
  • Lugt, G. J., on a Double-Acting Marine Diesel Engine, 26*
  • Lumsden Machine Co., Ltd., Grinding Machines, 318*, 443*
  • Lumsden, T., the Late, 229
  • Lundberg, II. A., on Swedish Steam Power Plants, 503
  • Lupton & Place, Ltd., Cotton Weaving Machinery, 248*
  • Luton Corporation, Stal-Ljungstrdm Turbo- Generator, Tests, 142
  • Lympne Trials, Light Two-Seater Aeroplanes, 525*. See 232, 549, 652

M

  • MACARTHY Cotton Gin, 11*
  • Macassey, Sir L., on London Traffic, 522 Mac. See also Me
  • Machine Shops. See Works Machine Tools — Testing. See Testing Machines and Tests (Materials)
  • Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibi¬tion: 297*, 309*, 353*, 397*, 441*
  • Automatic Machines, 399*, 442*
  • Boring, Drilling and Tapping Machines,
  • Horizontal, 313*
  • Boring Mills and Vertical Lathes, 310*, 397*
  • Broaching Machines, 442*
  • Drilling Machines, 314*, 358*, 406*, 441
  • Gear Generating and Grinding Machines, 401*
  • Gear Planing Machines, 363*
  • Grinding Machines, 318*, 401*, 443*
  • Hammers and Forging Machines, 407*
  • Lathes, 309*, 356*, 401*, 447
  • Milling Machines, 318*, 353*, 397*
  • Motor Starting and Regulating Panels, 447
  • Oil-Groove Cutting Machine, 444*
  • Planing Machines, 362*
  • Plano-Milling Machines, 318*
  • Sawing Machines, 319*, 445*
  • Screwing Machines, 444*
  • Shaping Machines, 359*
  • Slot-Drilling Machines, 405*
  • Slotting Machines, 363*
  • Testing Machines, 445*
  • Tool Steel, 447 Tube-Bending Machine, 445*
  • Woodworking Machines, 297*
  • See also Machine Tools

Machine Tools:

  • Automatic Chucking Machine (Potter & Johnston Machine Co.), 400*
  • Machine, Five-Spindle (National Acme Co.), 442*
    • and Production Costs, 420
    • Vertical, for Chucking Work (T.
  • Ryder & Sons, Ltd.), 399* Bar-Screwing Machine (Kendall & Gent, (1920), Ltd.), 444*
  • Bending Machine, Tube (New Fortuna Machine Co., Ltd.), 445*
    • Press, Plate, Hydraulic, Overhung Type (Rice & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 787*
    • Tool, Electrical Wiring Conduit, 236 Bolt-Screwing Machine (Kendall & Gent
  • (1920), Ltd.), 444*
  • Boring Cutter S.R. (Vickers, Ltd.), 99
  • Drilling and Tapping Machine, Hori¬zontal (Kendal and Gent (1920), Ltd.), 878*
    • Tapping and Surfacing Machine, Horizontal (H. W. Kearns & Co., Ltd.), 314*. See 699*
  • Milling, Drilling, Tapping and Facing Machine, the Pearn-Richards (G. Richards & Co., Ltd.), 314
    • and Facing Machine, Horizontal (H. W. Kearns & Co., Ltd.), 699*. See 314*
  • Machine, Wood, Hollow-Chisel and Multiple-Spindle Type (T. Robinson & Sons, Ltd.), 297*
  • and Turning Mill, Vertical (Armstrong, Whitworth & Co., Ltd.), 699*
    • Mill, 4-ft. Vertical (G. Richards & Co., Ltd.), 397*
    • Mill, 4-ft. Vertical (Smith & Coven¬try, Ltd.), 398*
    • Mill, 4-ft. Vertical, the ” Velomill ” (J. Stlrk & Sons, Ltd.), 398*
    • Mill, 100-in. Vertical, the “ Hilo- mill ” (J. Stirk <fe Sons, Ltd.), 313*
    • Mill, 42-in. Vertical Double-Ram (Webster & Bennett, Ltd.), 312*
  • Broaching Machine, Hydraulic (J. N. Lapointe Co.), 442*
  • Capstan Lathe, 61-in. Centres (W. H. Ward & Co., Ltd.), 357
  • Chain Mortising Machine (Wadkin & Co.), 23*
  • Chucking Machine, Automatic (Potter & Johnston Machine Co.), 400*
    • Vertical Automatic (T. Ryder &
  • Sons, Ltd.), 399*
  • Cutter, Boring, S.R., (Vickers Ltd.), 99 — Grinding Machine, Sunderland Gear
  • Planer (J. Parkinson & Son), 365* Cutting Machine, Oxygen-Jet; Steel Plates
  • (Godfrey Engineering Works), 124*
    • Properties, Tool Steel, Testing Machine for (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 446*
  • Dividing Head for Milling Machine (J. Parkinson A Son), 355*
  • Drilling, Boring and Tapping Machine, Horizontal (Kendall A Gent (1920), Ltd.), 878*
    • Tapping and Surfacing Machine, Horizontal (H. W. Kearns A Co., Ltd.), 314*
  • Machine. All-Geared Multiple-Spindle (A. A. Jones A Shipman, Ltd.), 315*
    • 25-in. All-Geared Upright (A. A. Jones A Shipman, Ltd.), 315*
    • Bench, High-Speed, for Jewellers (A. A. Jones A Shipman, Ltd.), 406*
    • 36-in. Geared Radial (F. Pollard A Co., Ltd.), 316*. 441*
    • 12-in. High-Speed Precision (F. Pol¬lard A Co., Ltd.). 315*
    • Multiple Spindle, for Motor-Car Axles (J. Archdale A Co., Ltd.), 359*
    • 4-ft. 6-in. Radial (J. Archdale A Co., Ltd.), 359*
    • 5-ft. 3-in. Radial (Crossley A Co.), 359*
    • 6-ft. Radial, Central-Thrust Type (W. Asquith (1920). Ltd.), 358*, 359*
    • 6-ft. 6-in. Radial, Motor-Driven (A. Herbert, Ltd.). 316*
    • 7-ft. Radial, with Tapping Spindle (W. Asquith (1920), Ltd.;, 358*
    • Sensitive, Ball Bearing (F. Pollard A Co., Ltd.,), 316*, 406*
    • 36-in. Sensitive Geared Radial (A. A. Jones A Shipman, Ltd.), 314*
    • Sensitive, Multiple Spindle (Smith A Coventry, Ltd.). 358*
    • 4-ft. 6-in. Sensitive Radial (J. Arch¬dale A Co., Ltd.), 359*
    • Slot (Smith A Coventry, Ltd.), 495*
    • Three-Spindle Multiple-Unit (J. Archdale A Co., Ltd.), 359*
    • 24-in. Upright, the Corona ” (F. Pollard A Co.. Ltd.), 316*
    • 24-in. Vertical (W. Asquith (1920), Ltd.), 358*
  • Tapping, Facing, Boring and Milling Machine, the Pearn-Richards (G. Richards A Co.. Ltd.), 314
  • Drills, Speedicut Steel, Tests of (T. Firth A Sons, Ltd.), 447
  • Drop Stamps Multiple Impression Dies (Brett’s Patent Lifter Co.. Ltd.), 705*
  • Erecting Shops, Turbine Manufacture, Brush Co.’s Works, 699*
  • Facing, Boring. Milling. Drilling and Tapping Machine, the Pearn-Richards (G. Richards A Co., Ltd.), 314
    • Milling and Boring Machine, Hori¬zontal (H. W. Kearns A Co., Ltd.), 699*
  • File-Testing Machine (T. Firth A Sons, Ltd.), 447
  • Fitting of Shafts and Holes, German Tolerances, 150
  • Forging, Drop, Stamps for Multiple- Impression Dies (Brett’s Patent Lifter Co., Ltd.), 705*
    • Machine, 5-Hammer, for Swaging
  • (T. Ryder A Son, Ltd.), 407*
    • Universal (B. A S. Massey, Ltd.), 407
    • and Upsetting Machine (Selson Engin- . eering Co., Ltd.), 407*
  • Gauging, Fitting of Shafts and Holes, German Tolerances, 150
  • Gear-Cutting Attachment, Horizontal Boring Machine (H. W. Kearns A Co., Ltd.), 314*
  • Planing Machine. Sunderland, Double Helical Gears (J. Parkinson A Son), 363* ; Cutter Grinder for, 365*
  • Tooth Grinding Machines (Fellows Gear Shaper Co.), 402* ; (Lees- Bradner Co.), 402*
  • Worm, Generating Machine for (Smith A Coventry, Ltd.), 401*
    • Hobbing Machine for (J. Holroyd A Co., Ltd.), 401*
  • Generating Machine, Screw Thread (Fel¬lows Gear-Shaper Co.). 403*
  • Grinding Attachment. Horizontal Boring Machine (H. W. Kearns A Co., Ltd.), 314*
  • Cutlery, Accidents in, 773
  • Machine. Centreless (Cincinnati Milling
  • Machine Co.), 404
    • Centreless, the Coventry (Birming¬ham Small Arms Tools, Ltd.), 404*
    • Cutter, Sunderland Gear Planer (J. Parkinson A Son), 365*
    • Gear-Tooth (Fellow’s’ Gear Shaper Co.), 402* ; (Lees-Bradner Co.), 402*
    • Internal (Heald Machine Co.), 404
    • Internal, Plain ami Splined Shafts (Churchill Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 405
    • Plain and Universal (A. A. Jones A Shipman, Ltd.), 318
    • Screw’ Thread (Wolselev Motors, Ltd.), 547*
    • Sharpening Hack-Saw Blades (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 405*
    • Surface, Planetary Head (Lumsden Machine Co., Ltd.), 318*
    • Surface, Roll-Grinding Attachment for (Snow' A Co., Ltd.), 403*
    • Surface, Segmental-Wheel Type (Snow A Co., Ltd.), 403*
    • Universal Tool A Cutter (A. A. Jones A Shipman, Ltd.). 318
    • Vertical Spindle (Lumsden Machine Co., Ltd.), 318*, 443*
    • Woodworking Tools (J. Holroyd A Co., Ltd.), 405*
    • Worm (J. Holroyd A Co., Ltd.), 405*
  • Hack-Saw Blades, Sharpening Machine for (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 405*
    • Blades, Testing Machine for (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 445*
  • Sawing Machine 10-in. Rapidor(E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 319*
    • Machine for Rolled-Steel Sections (Humpage, Thompson A Hardy), 320*
  • Hack-Saw Machine, Swivelling for Girders (C. Wicksteed A Co. (1920), Ltd.), 445
  • Hammers. Drop Forging, for Multiple Impression Dies (Brett’s Patent Lifter Co., Ltd.), 705*
    • Pneumatic Power, 3-cwt.. Single-Blow (B. A S. Massey, Ltd.), 407*
    • Pneumatic Stamping, 10-cwt. (B. A S. Massey, Ltd.), 407*
  • Hydraulic Broaching Machine (J. N. Lapointe Co.), 442*
    • Press. See Press (below)
  • Key-Seating and Slot-Drilling Machine (Smith A Coventry, Ltd.), 405
  • Lathe Accidents, Statistics, 773
    • Belt-Pulley Turning (Ward, Haggas A Smith), 358*
    • 64-in. Capstan (H. W. Ward A Co., Ltd.), 357
    • 94-in. Centres. All-Geared (Colchester Lathe Co.), 401*
    • 8|-in. Centres, All-Geared (Dean, Smith A Grace (1908), Ltd.), 401*
    • 3|-in. Centres, Back-Geared, Self- Acting (Drummond Bros., Ltd.), 67*, 310*. See 447
    • 9-in. Centres, Combination Turret (.T. Holroyd A Co., Ltd.), 357*
    • 10-in. Centres, Combination Turret (H. W. Ward A Co., Ltd.), 356*
    • 74-in. Centres. Geared Headstock (Colchester Lathe Co.), 356*
    • 8 j-in. Centres. Geared Headstock (Selson Engineering Co., Ltd.), 357*
    • 13-in. Centres, General Purpose (C. Redman A Sons, Ltd.), 310*
    • 64-in. Centres. Relieving (Dean, Smith A Grace (190S), Ltd.), 401*
    • 44-in. Centres, Screw-Cutting (Britannia Lathe and Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 447
    • 44-in. and 3J-in. Centres, Screw-Cutting (H. Milnes), 447
    • 2-in. Centres, Screw-Cutting, for Model Makers, the Wade (C.A.V. Small Tools, Ltd.), 749*
    • 64-in. Centres, Sliding, Surfacing and Screw-Cutting (Colchester Lathe Co.), 356*
    • 104-tn. Centres, Sliding, Surfacing and Screw-Cutting (J. Lang A Sons, Ltd.), 309*
  • 184-in. Centres, Sliding, Surfacing and Screw-Cutting (Selson Engineering Co., Ltd.), 310*
    • 4-in. Centres, Sundstrand Stub Type (Rockford Tool Co.), 357*
    • 12-in. Centres, Surfacing and Boring (Dean, Smith A Grace (1908), Ltd.), 401*
    • 7-in. Centres. Tool Room, Geared Headstock (Holbrook A Sons), 356*
    • 36-in. Vertical Turret (Webster A Bennett, Ltd.), 310*
    • See also Automatic (above)
  • Limit Gauging. See Gauging
  • Machine Shop Management. See Works Management
    • Turbine Manufacture, Brush Com¬pany’s Works, 699*
    • Tools, Canadian Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 138*
    • Motor Starting and Control Panels, 447
    • Work, Tolerances in. See Gauging Milling, Boring and Facing Machine, Horizontal (H. W. Kearns A Co., Ltd.), 699*
  • Drilling, Tapping, Facing and Boring Machine, the Pearn-Richards (G. Richards A Co., Ltd.), 314
  • Machine, Dividing Head for (J. Parkin¬son A Son), 355*
    • Horizontal Spindle, Plain, Geared- Drive (J. Archdale A Co., Ltd.), 353* ; (Crossley A C'o.), 353*
    • Planer Type (Kendall A Gent (1920), Ltd.), 318*
    • for Small Work (Drummond Bros., Ltd.), 356
    • Universal (J. Parkinson A Son), 355
    • Universal. Plain and Vertical (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 356
    • Vertical (Kendall A Gent (1920), Ltd.), 398*
    • Vertical, Milling Piston-Valve Porta (J. Archdale A Co., Ltd.), 354*
  • Mortising Machine, Chain and Hollow
  • Chisel (Wadkin A Co.), 23*
    • Hollow-Chisel and Multiple-Spindle Type (T. Robinson A Sons, Ltd.), 297*
  • Oil-Groove Cutting Machine (J. Holroyd A Co., Ltd.), 444*
  • Pipe-Bending Machine (New Fortuna Machine Co., Ltd.), 445*
    • Screwing Machine (Kendall A Gent (1920), Ltd.), 444*
  • Planing Machine, Bateman High-Speed
  • (Ward, Haggas A Smith), 362*
    • Drive (T. Shanks A Co., Ltd.), 363
    • Electric Drive, Split-Field System (J. Stirk A Sons, Ltd.), 362*
    • 13-ft., Four-Speed, Belt-Driven (C. Redman A Sons, Ltd.), 687*
    • Gear. See Gear (above)
    • 100-in. Hiloplane (J. Stirk A Sons, Ltd.). 362*
    • 16-ft. Bed, Lancashire Electric Drive (Butler Machine 'Pool Co., Ltd.), 362*
    • 16-ft.,Motor-Driven,Points and Cross¬ings (C. Redman A Sons, Ltd.), 688*
    • Open Sided (Ward, Haggas A Smith), 362
    • Portable, for Anvil Blocks (B. A S. Massey, Ltd.). 407
    • Side, Chain-Drive for Tool Carriage (G. Richards A Co., Ltd.), 770*
    • the Veloplane (J. Stirk A Sons, Ltd.), 362
  • Plano-Milling Machines (Kendall A Gent (1020). Ltd.), 318*
  • Plate-Bending Press, Hydraulic, Overhung Type (Rice A Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 787*
  • Pneumatic Hammers. See Hammers (above)
  • Press, Hydraulic, Brass-Rod Extrusion, Inverted Process (H. Berry & Co.), 387*. See 379, 415
    • Plate-Bending, Overhung Tyne (Rice & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 787*
    • Power, Accidents and Safety Pre¬cautions, 18, 773
  • Puncher Type Slotting Machine (Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 363*
  • Relieving Lathe. See Lathe (above) Roll-Grinding Attachment, Surface-Grind¬
  • ing Machine (Snow & Co., Ltd.), 404*
  • Sandpapering Machine, Disc and Vertical Spindle (Wadkin & Co.), 23*
  • Saw Blades, Testing Machine for (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 445*
    • Metal-Cutting, Tooth-Sharpening Ma¬chine (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 405*
    • See also Hack-Sawing Machines (above) Screw-Thread Generating Machine (Fellows
  • Gear-Shaper Co.), 403*
    • Grinding Machine (Wolseley Motors, Ltd.), 547*
  • Screwing Machine, Pipe and Bar (Kendall A Gent (1920), Ltd.), 444*
  • Shaping Machine, 22-in. Crank Type (Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 361*
    • 26-in. Double Traversing-Head Type (Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 360*
    • 30-in. Double-Geared (Selson En¬gineering Co., Ltd.), 359*
  • Side-Planing Machine, Chain Drive for Tool Carriage (G. Richards A Co., Ltd.), 770*
  • Slot-Drilling and Key-Seating Machine (Smith A Coventry, Ltd.), 405*
  • Slotting Machine, 14-in. (Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 363*
    • 10-in. Puncher Type (Butler Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 363*
  • Stamping Presses, Accidents and Safety Precautions, 18, 773
  • Stamps, Drop, Multiple-Impression Dies (Brett’s Patent Lifter Co., Ltd.), 705*
  • Steel, Tool, Testing Machine for (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 446*
  • Surfacing, Boring, Drilling and Tapping Machine, Horizontal (H. W. Kearns A Co., Ltd.), 314*
    • and Boring Lathe, 12-in. Centres (Dean,
  • Smith A Grace (1908), Ltd.), 401*
  • Swaging Machine, 5-Hammer (T. Ryder A Son, Ltd.), 407*
  • Tapping, Drilling and Boring Machine, Horizontal (Kendall A Gent (1920), Ltd.), 878*
    • Boring and Surfacing Machine,
  • Horizontal (H. W. Kearns A Co., Ltd.), 314*
    • Facing, Boring and Milling Machine,
  • the Pearn-Richard (G. Richards A Co., Ltd.), 314
  • Tenoning Machine, Sash and Door Work (T. Robinson A Sons, Ltd.), 298*
  • Testing Machine, Files (T. Firth A Sons, Ltd.), 447
    • Hack-Saw’ Blades (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 445*
    • Tool Steel (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 446*
  • Threads, Screw, Generating Machine
  • (Fellows Gear-Shaper Co.), 403*
    • Grinding Machine for (Wols£la<* Motors, Ltd.), 547*
  • Tolerances, German, Fitting of Shafts and Holes, 150
  • Tool-Room Lathe. See Lathe (above)
    • Steel, Testing Machine for (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 446*
  • Tube-Bending Machine (New’ Fortuna Machine Co., Ltd.), 445*
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Boring (above)
    • Machines, Automatic. See Automatic (above)
  • Turret Lathes. See Lathes (above) Woodworking Machinery, Mortising Ma¬chine. Chain and Hollow’-Chisel (Wadkin A Co.), 23*
    • Mortising Machine, Hollow-Chisel and Multiple-Spindle Type (T. Robin¬son A Sons, Ltd.), 297*
    • Sandpapering Machine, Disc and Vertical Spindle (Wadkin A Co.), 23*
    • Tenoning Machine, Sash and Door Work (T. Robinson A Sons, Ltd.), 298*
  • Tools, Grinding Machine for (J. Holroyd A Co., Ltd.), 405*
  • Worm Gear Generator (Smith A Coventry, Ltd.), 401*
    • Grinding Machine (J. Holroyd A Co., Ltd.), 405*
    • Wheel Hobbing Machine (J. Holroyd A Co., Ltd.), 401*
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Machine Work. See Machine Tools Machinery Failures, Report on, 417. See LETTERS, 486, 548
  • Maclaurin Low-Temperature Carbonisation
  • Plant, Dalmarnock Gasworks, 491, 682
  • MacMorland, Capt. E. E., on Industrial
  • Organisation for Munitions Supply, 201
  • MacNaughtan, I). J., on Hardness of Electro Deposited Metals, 599
  • Macquisten, F. A., on Cheap Power, 185
  • Magaldi, G., on Protection of Naval Aeroplanes, 418
  • Magnesium Alloys. See Alloys under Metal¬lurgy
  • Magnetism, Terrestrial, and Solar Activity, 410
  • Magneto Generator, Air-Turbine Driven, for Colliery Lamp, 530*
    • Electrical Speed Recorder, 208*
    • Magnets, Cobalt Steel, 274*, 302*. See 286
    • Standardisation of, 14
  • Magnets, Permanent, Cobalt Steel for, 274*, 302*. See 286
  • Mail Services, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Main and Tail Haulage Gear. See Haulage
  • Mains, Electric. See Cables under Electric
  • Water, Cleaning, Victaulic Pipe Joints, 14
  • Mains, Water, Self-Cl03ing Valves for, 143*
  • Maintenance, Commercial Motor Vehicles, 712
  • Malay States, Penang Hills, Railway, 664* 726*, 789*, 852
  • “ Malaya,” H.M.S., Model, British Empire Exhibition, 187
  • Mallet Simple Locomotivef Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad, 795*, 860*
  • Management Enginering (Review), 664
    • Industrial, Labour’s Share in. See Labour
    • of Works. See Works Management Manchester Association of Engineers, W. E. W.
  • Millington and Prof. F. C. Thompson, on the Inner Structure of Metals, 715
    • Steam Users’ Association, Criticism of New Factory Bill, 334
    • Stuart Street Power Station, Turbo Genera¬tor Tests, 668
  • Manganese Steel, Heat Treatment of, 411
  • Manlove, Alliott <fe Co., Ltd., Palm-Oil Extract¬ing Plant, 513*
  • Manometer, Balanced, Gas-Flow Measurements, 223*
  • Manufacturing Costs, Reduction of, 419
    • Industries, British, and Foreign Competi¬tion, 298
    • Resources, Organisation for Munitions Supply, 201
    • Work, Apportionment of Labour Costs, 582. See 433
  • Manure, Artificial, See Nitrogen
  • Mapping of North-West Greenland, Danish Expedition, 344
  • Marconi, Senator G., on Short-Wave Radio Communication, 17, 836
    • Wireless-Beacon Station, Nash Point, 582
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., Manu¬facture of Thermionic Valves, 456;
  • Rectifying Valves and Water-Cooled Valves, 492*
  • Marcus Screens, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 340*
  • Marine Auxiliary Macliinery, Air Compressor (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 425*
    • Machinery, Electric Winches, Austin Constant-Current System, 734*
  • Machinery, Electrically-Driven, 121
  • Machinery Emergency Bilge Pump, Gwynnes, 2* ; Drysdale, 217*
  • Machinery, Merryweather’s Fire and Salvage Pumps, 531*
  • Machinery, Refrigerating Plant, 562*
  • Machinery, S.S. “ Orama,” 543*, 604*. See 643
  • Machinery, Treatise on (Review), 336
  • Machinery, Vickers’ Air Pump, 573* Boilers. See Boilers
  • Engineering, French Navy, Committee, 524
  • Treatise on (Review), 336
  • Works. See Works Engineers, Institute of, Sir J. Kemnal on Tendencies in Steam Generation, 588.
  • See 41 ; Marine Oil Engine Trials Com¬mittee, First Report, 750*, 784*. Sec 798
    • and Naval Architects, American Society of. See Naval Architects
  • Engines. See Engines ; Turbines; Marine Propulsion. Propulsion, Cost of Speed, 119
  • Development of Machinery, Hawksley Lecture, 669
  • Diesel-Electric System, 120, 713, 714
  • Diesel Engines, Beardmore-Tosi, 88 ; Trials of M.S. “ Silurian,” 643 ; Trials of M.S. “ Sycamore,” 730, 750*, 784*, 798 — Diesel Engines, Bearing Pressures, 29*
  • Diesel Engines, Development, Position and Prospects, 25, 119, 120, 148, 265, 656, 668
  • Diesel Engines, Double-Acting, Test Valve for Piston Leakage, 29*
  • Diesel Engines, Duplex Pump for Piston Cooling, 5*
  • Diesel Engines, Exhaust Temperature and Composition, 730, 751*. See 799
  • Diesel Engines, Fuel Injection, Arschaou- loff System, 29*
  • Diesel Engines, Fuel Oils for, 836
  • Diesel Engines with Hydraulic Clutches and Reduction Gearing, M.S. “ Vulcan,” 92*, 369*
  • Diesel Engines, M.S. “Cubore,” Trials and Working Results, 714
  • Diesel Engines, M.S. “ Silurian,” Trials, 643
  • Diesel Engine, North-Eastern Werkspoor
  • Double-Acting, 26*
  • Diesel Engines, Palmer Camellaird-Fullagar Type, Piston Withdrawal, 145* ;
  • Trials of M.S. “ British Aviator,” 236, 369
  • Diesel Engines, Report on Trials, 730, 750*, 784*, 798
  • Diesel Engines, Richardson-Westgarth Beardmore-Tosi, M.S. “ Sycamore,” Re¬port on Trials, 730, 750*, 784*, 798
  • Diesel Engines, Swedish Developments, 148. See 120
  • Diesel Engines, Torque Measurements, See 785
  • Diesel Engine, Two-Cycle Double-Acting, Worthington, 482*
  • Diesel Engines, Two-stroke, and Four- Stroke Cycles, 120
  • Diesel Engines, Weights of, 730, 750
  • Electric Transmission Systems, 25, 120, 713, 714
  • Fuel Supply for, 119, 265
  • Geared Diesel Engines, with Hydraulic Clutches, M.S. “ Vulcan,” 92*, 369*
  • Geared Turbines, Double-Reduction Gear Wheel (Vickers, Ltd.), 100*
  • Geared Turbines, Lubrication Tell-Tales, 422*
  • Geared Turbine Machinery, S.S. “ Drott- ningholm,” 841*
  • Geared Turbines, Progress, 25, 469, 669
  • Geared Turbines, Single Reduction, S.S. “ Orama,” 601*. See 543*, 643
  • Geared Turbines, United States Practice, 120
  • Geared Turbines W iberg Reversing Clutch, 120, 144*
  • Marine Propulsion, Hull Resistance and Power for Propulsion, 119 695* Two-Cycle, Gardner,
    • Oil Engined Tugs, Egyptian Government, 517*
    • Oil Fuel for. See Oil Fuel
    • Paddle Steamers, Conversion to Stern Wheelers, 463*
    • Power for Sea Transport, 118
    • Progress and Possibilities, 25
    • Propellers, Cavitation Investigations,
  • United States Warships, 717*. See LET¬TER, 769
  • Propellers, Comparisons of Model Ex¬periments, 713
  • Propelling Machinery, Merchant Ships : Dutch, 119 ; Swedish, 148. See 120
  • Shallow-Draught Steamers, Yarrow Flap System, 459. See LETTER, 486
  • Steam Engines, Present Position, 669
  • Steam Engine, Triple-Expansion, Cable
  • Steamer “ Edouard Suenson,” 196*
  • Still Engine, Advantages, 84
  • Thrust Measuring Gear, Michell Hydrau¬lic, 785*
  • Treatise on (Review), 336
  • Tugs, Comparisons of Steam and Oil Engines, 517
  • Turbines, S.S. “Mauretania,” Repair Work, 424*
  • Turbines, Steam, Progress, 469
  • Use of Superheat, 669 — Weights of Machinery, 670
  • Yarrow Boilers for Warships, 458* See also Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers ;
  • Ship Resistance; Torsion Meters; and R PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Turbines. See Turbines ; Marine Propulsion. Salvage See Salvage
  • Structures, Deterioration and Preservation (Review), 589
  • Deterioration of, Report, 774
  • Markets. See Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX Markham & Co., Ltd., Haulage Gear, 251*
  • “ Marksman,” H.M. Flotilla Leader, 421
  • Marshall, Sons & Co., Ltd., Road Rollers, 60 ; Traction Engine, 810*
  • Martin, H. W. S., Air Washers and Filters, 780
  • Martin’s Cultivator Co., Ltd., Trailer Fire Pump, 428*
  • Marylebonc Power Station, Transport of Turbo-Alternator Stator, 552
  • Mass, Celestial Bodies Loss by Radiation, 802
  • Massey, B. & S., Ltd., Pneumatic Hammers, Stamps, <fec., 407*
  • Materials, Strength of. See Stress; Tests (Materials)
  • Mathematical Congress, International, Toronto, Hon. Sir C. A. Parsons, on the Steam Tur¬bine, 469 ; Prof. Sir J. B. Henderson on Teaching Mathematics, 491
  • Mathematics, Harmonic Analysing Instru¬ments, 651, 876*
    • Statistical Investigation, Workshop Acci¬dents, 709. See 701, 746, 810
    • Teaching to Engineering Students, 491
    • Vector Quantities and Dimensional Nota¬tion, 686
    • Work of Lord Kelvin, 97. See 104
  • “ Mauretania,” S.S., Record Atlantic Voyages, 424 ; Repairs to Turbines, 424*
  • Mavor & Coulson, Ltd., Portable Air Com¬pressor, 191* ; Switchgear, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 224* ; Coal-Cutting Machines, 225* ; Conveyors for Colliery Workings, 226* ; Gate-End Loading Con¬veyor, 227* ; Electric Putter, 252* ; Ex¬hibits, Cardiff Engineering Exhibition, 766
  • May, R., Report on Corrosion Research, 378
  • McClintic Marshall Products Co., Ltd., Sydney Harbour Bridge, 129*. See 169, 198*
  • McGregor, T., the Late, 780
  • McGruer Hollow Spar Co., Ltd., Ladder Bridge, Mount Everest Expedition, 304*
  • McKay (Proprietary), Ltd., Harvester, 383 McLean, W., the Late, 707 Me. See also J/crc
  • Measuring Apparatus, Coal, Boiler Furnaces (E. Allen & Co., Ltd.), 242* ; (Lea Recorder Co., Ltd.), 598*
  • Appliances, Gear Teeth, 696*, 821* Instruments, Electrical, Commercial and Indicating (Review), 337
  • Machine for Block Gauges, 129*
    • for Cloth, 250*
  • Pump, Petrol, Canadian, 141*
  • Telescopes, Fractional Readiug Graticule for, 101*
  • Vessels, Glass, National Physical Labora¬tory Tests, 378
  • Mechanical Crystallisation, Salts and Sugar, 738
    • Engineers, American Society of, The Role of the Engineer in Industrial Mobilisation
  • Planning, by Capt. E. R. MacMorland, 201
  • ‘’’Mechanical Engineers, Institution of:
  • Standard Test Code for Hydraulic Power Plants, Discussion, 51
  • Kelvin Centenary, 97. See 104
  • Annual Dinner, 867 London Meetings, Winter Session.
  • Missing Pressure in Gas Engines, by Prof.
  • W. T. David, 605, 623*, 679, 684. See LETTERS, 641, 704, 746
  • Heat Loss in Gas Engines, by Prof. W. T. David, 605, 629*, 679, 684. See LETTERS, 641, 704, 746
  • Thomas Hawksley Lecture on the Develop¬ment of Marine Propelling Machinery, by Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir G. Goodwin, 669
  • Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee, First Report, 750*, 784*. See 730, 798
  • Elastic Limit in Tension and its Influence on the Breakdown by Fatigue, by J. M. Lessells, 813*. See 793
  • Effect of Low and High Temperatures on Materials, bv Prof. F. C. Lea, 816*. 843*. See 793
  • Second Report, Wire Ropes Research ' Committee, bv Dr. W. A. Scoble, 856*. See 867
  • North Western Branch.
  • Steam Extraction Turbines, by W. S. Burge and J. P. Chittenden, 744
  • Missing Pressure and Heat Loss in Gas Engines by Prof. W. T. David, Discus¬sion, 684. See also London Meetings (above)
  • Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee First Report, Discussion, 798. See also London Meetings (above)
  • Mechanical Engineers, Japanese Society of,
  • New Harmonic Analyser, bv K. Noguchi, 876*. See 651
    • Flight. See Aeronautics
    • Lubricator. See Lubricator
    • Stoker. See Stoker.
    • Traction on Roads. See Roads ; Motor-
  • Cars ; Tractors
  • Medical Science and Disease Prevention, 265 Mediterranean Sea Communications, Italian
  • Naval Manoeuvres, 806 Melbourne Electric Supply. Excavating Machine
  • for Morwell Brown Co d, 299*
  • Mel by Dam, Sweden, Design, 76
  • Melovich, Prof. A., on Draft Tubes for Water
  • Turbines, 153*
  • Merchant Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
    • Ships. See Ships ; Steamers
  • Mercury Atoms, Orbital Transfers of Elec¬trons, 367
    • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
    • Vapour Lamp, Kinematography, 295*
    • Pump, High Vacua, 267*
    • Rectifier Substations, 782*, 845*
    • Turbine, Pow’er Production, 42
  • Merryweather <fe Sons, Ltd., Motor Fire Engine,
  • 156* ; Trailer Fire Pump, 426* ; Fire
  • Appliances, British Empire Exhibition,
  • 530* : Portable Steam-Driven Air Com¬pressor, 753*
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, Glad¬stone Dock, 47*
    • River, Proposed Tunnel under, 461
  • Merz A McLellan, North Tees Pow’er Station, 57*
  • Metallic Crystals, Surface Phenomena, 368
  • Metalliferous Ores, Formation of, 588
  • Metallisation, Schoop Spraying Process, 409
  • Metallographic Microscopes, High Power and Workshop, 514*
  • Metallography, Vertical Illuminator for Micro¬scopes, 30*
    • See also Metals; Metallurgy; Micro¬photographs
  • Metallurgical Department, National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 5
    • Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 99*, 335, 438*
    • and Mining Congress, Empire. See Empire

Metallurgy:

  • Alloys, Aluminium-Bronze, Properties and Uses, United States, 376
    • (Duralumin), British Empire Ex¬hibition, 335
    • Heat Treatment of, 391*
    • for Motor-Car Engines, 455
    • Bearing Metals, Cold Rolling Mills, 601
    • Copper, British Empire Exhibition, 335
    • Tensile Strength, Temperature and
  • Cold Work, Relationship, 408 See also Brass ; Bronze ; Gunmetal Ferrous, Research Committee, 366 Iron-Oxygen, Constitution of, 366 Nickel-Copper (Monel Metal), Proper¬
  • ties and Uses, United States, 376 — Properties and Uses, United States, 376
  • Non-Ferrous. Use in United States, 376 Aluminium, Purification of, 6 Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces Brass. See Brass Bronze. See Bronze Cast-Iron. See Cast-Iron Coke Ovens. See Coke Ovens Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion Electro-Metallurgical Industries and Cana¬dian Water Power, 449 Electro Metallurgy, Italy, Sw’eden and United States, 117 Electrolytic Iron Manufacture, 117 Extruded Metal, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 335
  • Extrusion, Brass Rod, Inverted Process, 387*. See 379, 415.
  • Ferrous Alloys, Research Committee, 366
  • Foundry. See Foundry; Moulding
  • Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces
  • Metallurgical. See Furnaces
  • Gold Mining and Extraction, South Africa, 204*. See 174
  • Heat Treatment, Aluminium Alloys, 391*
    • Bronze, Effects of, 409, 430*
    • Cobalt Steel for Magnets, 302
    • Electrical Method, Hardening End Gauges, 128*
    • Hardening of High Speed Steel, 394, See 347
    • Hardening of Steel, Theory of, 391
    • Manganese Steel, 411 *Nickel Steel, Influence of Mass, 5 — Steel, Calculation of Quenching
  • Stresses, 285, 343*. See LETTER, 641 — Steel, Volume Changes, 351*
  • Iron, Electrolytic, Manufacture, 117 Manufacture, Early, Osmunds, 486*
  • — See also Furnaces, Blast Ore. See Orc
  • Smelting, Electric, Resistance of Coke and Charcoal, 637
  • and Steel, Electric Manufacture, 117
  • Metallisation, Spraying Process, 409
  • Metallurgical Department, National Phy¬sical Laboratory, Work of, 5 — Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 99*, 335, 438*
  • Metallurgy and Electrical Engineering Progress, 57
  • Metals. Non-Ferrous, British Empire h Exhibition, 335
  • Properties and Uses, United States, 376
  • Metals, Non-Ferrous, Research, 335 — Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • Monel Metal, Properties and Uses, United States, 376
  • Nickel, Electrolytic Processes, 448
  • Non-Ferrous Metallurgy in America, 376
  • Metals, British Empire Exhibition, 335
  • Metals, Research, 335
  • Orc Dressing, Principles and Practice (Re¬view), 619
  • Osmunds, Early Iron Manufacture, 486
  • Pulverised Coal, Use in Metallurgy. See Pulverised Coal
  • Pyrometers. See Pyrometers Refractories. See Refractory Materials; Firebricks
  • Rolling Mills. Sec Rolling Mills Scrap, Iron and Steel, Classification of, 806
  • Sherardising Process, Inception and De¬velopment, 277*
  • Slag, Blast-Furnace, Pipe Manufacture, 600
  • Steel Furnaces. See Furnaces — Manufacture, Classification of Scrap, 806 Electrical, 117
  • Standard Specimens for Analysis, 439
  • Titanium, Influence on Iron Castings, 113 Welding. See Welding
  • Zinc Coating, Sherardising Process, Incep¬tion and Development, 277*
  • Smelting, Resistor Furnaces, for, 449 See also Iron and Steel Institute ; Metals,
  • Institute of; Metallography; Micro¬photographs ; Foundry; and PARA¬GRAPH INDEX
  • Metals, Atomic Structure, Removal of Elect¬rons by Electric Field, 322
    • Anti-Friction. See Alloys under Metallurgy
    • Corrosion of. See Corrosion
    • Electro-Deposited, Hardness of, 599
    • Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
    • Filament Lamps. See Lamps under Elec¬tric
    • Inner Structure and Effect of Stress, 715

Metals, Institute of:

  • Exhibit of Non-Ferrous Metals, British Empire Exhibition, 335
  • Autumn Lecture on Non-Ferrous Metal¬lurgy in America, by W. M. Corse, 376
  • Autumn Meeting, London.
  • Programme, 273
  • Reports of Discussions, 378, 408 Method of Measuring Internal Stress in
  • Brass Tubes, by R. J. Anderson and E. G. Fahlmann, 378
  • Experiments on the Working of Nickel for Coinage, by Sir T. K. Rose and J. H. Watson, 378
  • Seventh Report to the Corrosion Research Committee, by Dr. Bengough and R. May, 378
  • Extrusion of Brass Rod by the Inverted Process, by R. Genders, 387*. See 379, 415.
  • Investigation of the Effects of Impurities on Copper ; Effect of Iron on Copper, by Dr. D. Hanson and Miss G. W. Ford, 379
  • Relationship between Tensile Strength, Temperature and Cold Work in Some Pure Metals and Single Solid Solu¬tions, by D. H. Ingall, 408
  • Effect, of Progressive Cold Rolling on the Brinell Hardness of Copper, by H. Moore, 386*. See 408
  • Experiments on the Effect of Casting Temperature and Heat Treatment on tlie Properties of a High-Tin Bronze, by F. W. Rowe, 430*. See 409
  • Metal Spraying and Sprayed Metal, by T. H. Turner and W. E. Ballard, 409
  • Determination of Sodium in Aluminium, by D. M. Fairlie and G. B. Brook, 409
  • Experiments on the Influence of Casting Temperature and Mass on the Phy¬sical Properties of Admiralty Gun Metal, by F. W. Rowe, 436*. See 409
  • Metal Moulds for Iron Castings, 377
    • Non-Ferrous, British Empire Exhibition, 335
    • Properties and Uses, United States, 376
    • Research, 335
    • Plastic Deformation, Effect of Surfaces, 366
    • Price Diagrams, 62*, 208*, 338*, 496*, 654*, 780*, 872*
    • Spraying, Schoop Process, 409
    • Structure of. See Metallography ; Micro¬photographs
    • Tensile Strength, Temperature and Cold Work, Relationship, 408
    • Welding. See Welding
    • See also Metallography ; Metallurgy ; Micro¬photographs
  • Meteorological Data, Wind Pow’er Calculations,
  • 77
    • Papers, British Association, 409
  • Meteorological Society, Royal:
  • Adaptation of Variety to Climate, by R. A. Fisher, 181
  • Comparison of Different Types of Radia¬tion Recorder, by W. B. Haines, 181
  • Brow’n Corona and the Diameters of Par¬ticles, by L. F. Richardson, 592
  • Photometric Observations on Clouds and Clear Skies, by L. F. Richardson, 592
  • Notes on Haboobs, by L. J. Sutton, 592
  • Problem of Mild Polar Climates, by C. E. P. Brooks, 863
  • Meteorology, Atmospheric Discontinuities and
  • Weather Forecasting, 410 Atmospheric Pollution, Automatic Measure¬ment, 410
  • Cloud Drops, Formula for Diameters, 592
  • Mild Polar Climates, 863
  • Notes on Haboobs, 592
  • Photometric Observations, Clouds and Skies, 592
  • Relation of Wind to Height, 410
  • Solar Radiation Recorders, Comparisons, 182
  • Water Vapour and Air Circulation, 410
  • Meters, Flow, Compressed Air, (G. Kent, Ltd.) 193* 7
    • Gas, Thomas Electrical, 182*. See Errata. 262
  • Liquid, Bassler, with Temperature Com¬pensator, 497*
  • Steam and Water, Use in Boiler Trials, 56. See LETTERS, 101
  • (Water, Veo Notch, Lea Closed-in Type. 598*
  • (See also Electric and Water Meters
  • Metre, Standard, Interferometers for Calibrat¬ing, Japanese Government, 491*
  • (National Physical Laboratory Investi¬gations, 101
  • Metrology Department, National Physical La¬boratory, Work of, 101* ; ‘Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 129* ; Tests of Volumetric Glassware, 378
  • Metropolitan Carriage, Wagon & Finance Co., Ltd., Control Trailer Car, Metropolitan Railway, 9* ; Royal Saloon Coach, Egyp¬tian State Railways, 475*
  • Metropolitan Raihvay, Control Trailer Car, 9
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., Switchgear and Transformers, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 49* ; Tests of 7,000-kw. Turbine, Bristol Corporation, 253*; Turbo-Generator, Brighton Pow’er Station, 372*
  • Metropolitan. See also London
  • Meyer, P. R., on Large Power Gas Engines, 105*. See 83
  • Mica, Dielectric Properties, 828
  • Michell Radial Bearings, Rolling Mills, 769*
    • Thrust Bearing, S.S. “ Drottningholm,” 841
  • Measuring Gear, Marine Diesel Engine Trials, 785*
  • Michelson, Prof. A. A., Measurements of Velo¬city of Light, 738
  • Microphotographs, Aluminium-Zinc Alloys, Effect of Heat Treatment, 392*
    • Bronze, Effect of Casting Temperature, 431*. See 409
    • and Steel, Workshop Apparatus, 515*
    • Iron and Steel, High Magnification, 515*
    • Steel, Alternating-Stress Tests, 534*
  • Microscopes, Metallographic, High Pow’er and Workshop, 514*
    • Vertical Illuminator for, 30*
  • Microscopical Examination, Arley Coal, 553
  • Microstructure of Metals. See Metallography ; M icrophotographs
  • Middle-Third Theory, Stress Distribution, Ex¬tension of, 763*
  • Midland Railway Carriage, & Wagon Co., Ltd., Pullman Buffet Car, 7 ; Hopper Wagon, Bengal-Nagpur Railway, 279*
  • Midlands, West, Electricity'District, 745 Military Authorities and Organisation for
  • Munitions Supply, 201
    • Light Lorries, War Office Subsidy Specifica¬tion, 94, 136
  • Milking, Mechanical, New Zealand Dairy In¬dustry, 289*
  • Milling Machines and Cutters. See Machine Tools
  • Millington, W. E. W., on the Plastic Deforma¬tion of Metals, 366 ; on the Inner Struc¬ture of Metals, 715
  • Mills, J., & Co., Colliery Haulage Gear, 766*
  • Mills, Textile, Air-Humidifying Apparatus, Andrew System, 873*
    • Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • Milne-Shaw Seismograph, Correlation of Re¬cords, 410
  • Milnes, II., Small Lathes, 447
  • Mines, Coal. See Collieries.
  • Haulage Gear. See Haulage
  • Sweeping Sloops (Wm. Simons & Co., Ltd.), 460
  • Tubs, Creepers and Tipplers, Coal Screen¬ing Plant, 338*
    • Gate-End Conveyor for Loading, 227*
    • Weighing Machines for, 338
  • United States, Bureau of. See United States
  • Ventilating Fan, Sirocco, 160*
  • Winding. See Winding
  • See also Coal; Collieries; Mining; Ores;
  • Winding; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Miners, Coal, Health of, 294
    • Lamp, Electric, with Turbine-Driven Gene¬rator, 530*
    • Caeg Electric, 529
    • Wages and Cost of Coal, 521. See 518
  • Minerals, Canadian, British Empire Exhibition, 137*. See LETTER, 334
    • Indian and Burmese, British Empire Ex¬hibition, 509, 537
    • Oils. See Oils
    • See also Coal; Mining ; Ores ; and PARA¬GRAPH INDEX
  • Mining, Coal, Proposed Control, Report, 293
  • Mining Engineering Co., Ltd., Belt Conveyor for Colliery Workings, 226
  • Engineers, Institution of, E. Williams, on Economics of Coal Mining Industry, 518*, 521 ; Presidential Address by Dr. J. S. Haldane, on the Industrial Machine, 585
  • Gold, Robeson-Davidson Slime Pump, 174 Industry, Canadian, 137
  • Coal, Economics, 518*, 521
  • Labour Situation, Need for Co-operation. 585
    • South Africa, 204*. Sec 174*
    • Machinery, Exhibition, Cardiff, 747, 766*. 808
    • and Metallurgical Congress, Empire. See Empire
    • Ore-Dressing, Principles and Practice (Re¬view’), 619
    • Royalties and Cost of Coal, 294
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ministry of Transport. See Transport
  • Mirrlees, Watson & Co., Ltd., Centrifugal Pumps, British Empire Exhibition, 5*
  • Mixed Pressure Turbines. Sec
  • M.L. Magneto Syndicate, Ltd., Turbine- Driven Electric Lamp, 530*
  • M.O. Valve Co., Ltd., Manufacture of Ther¬mionic Valves, 456; Rectifying Valves and Water-Cooled Valves, 492*
  • Model Makers’ Screw-Cutting Lathe, Wade, 749*
  • for Stress Determination. See Optical
  • Model Experiments, Cavitation in United States Warships, 717*. See LETTER, 769
    • Propellers, Comparisons, 713
    • See also Ship Resistance
  • Molecular Structure and Band Spectra. 322
  • Molybdenum Steel, Vibrac, 187*; Oxygen Cylinder, 187*. See Errata. 423
  • Monarch Centrifugal Separator Oil, 274*
  • Monel Metal, Properties and Uses, 376
  • Monitor Flow Indicator. Water-Cooling Systems, 548
  • Monk Bridge Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 439.
  • Monoplane. See Aeronautics
  • Montreal Docks, Electric Locomotives for, 746
  • “ Montrose,” H.M. Flotilla Leader, 421
  • Moore, Dr. H., on Hardness of Copper, 386*. See 408
  • Moore, H. F., on Evidence for Fatigue Limits,
  • 580*, 658*. Sec 284 Morrison, J. S., the Late, 706
  • Mortising Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Morwell Power Scheme, Excavating .Machine for Brown Coal, 299*
  • Motor Boats, Coastal, Thornycroft, British Empire Exhibition, 421*
    • Indian Timber (J. I. Thornycroft <fc Co., Ltd.), 508*
    • “ Invermira ” for Venezuela, 800*
    • Seasled Type, 460*
    • Car, 12 h.p. Austin, Front-Wheel Brakes, 607*
    • Axles, Drilling Machine for, 359*
    • Axles. See also Motor-Car Details
    • Bentley, 3-litre Sporting Model, 579*. See Erratum, 610
    • Bodywork, Design and Construction (Review), 663
    • Canadian, British Empire Exhibition, 141*
    • Construction, Standard Steels for, 181
    • Design, Present Tendencies, 553*Motor Car Details:
    • Back Axle, 8 h.p. Gwynne Car, 579*
    • 40 h.p. Lanchester Car, 607*
  • Brakes, Front and Back Axle, Lanchester Car, 607*
    • Front Wheel, 12 h.p. Austin Car, 607*
    • Four-Wheel, Importance of, 553
  • Clutch, Multi-Plate Type, 11-22 h.p. Wolseley Car, 574*
    • Single Plate, 40 h.p. Lanchester Car, 607*
  • Engines. See Engines, Petrol. Motor Car
  • Front Axle, Fowler Steam Wagon, 856*
    • and Front Wheel Brakes, 20 h.p.
  • Lanchester Car, 607*
    • 8 h.p. Gwynne Car, 579*
  • Gear Box, Dennis Fire Engine, 385*
    • Epicyclic, 40 h.p. Lanchester Car, 607*
    • Four-Speed (Dorman <fc Co., Ltd.), 577*
    • 8 h.p. Gwynne Car, 579*
  • Magneto Drive, Wolseley Car, 574*
  • Oil-Pump Drive, Wolseley Car. 574*
  • Universal Joints, Fibre-Disc Type, Dennis Motor Fire Engine, 385*
  • Motor Cars, Effects of Taxation, 553 — Engines. See Engines, Petrol — Engineers. See Automobile Engineers — Exhibition, Olympia, 553, 574*, 606*. See 587
  • Frames, Pressed Steel (Vickers, Ltd.), 99
  • Fuels. See Motor Fuels —10-20 h.p. Galloway, Improvements, 574
  • Gear Boxes. See Motor-Car Details
  • 8 h.p. Gwynne, 577*
  • Industry, British. Position, 553. 587
  • Industry, Use of Light Alloys, 455
  • Lamda-Lancia, Girder Side Frames, 575*
  • 20 h.p. and 40 h.p. Lanchester. 606*
  • 10 h.p. Lea-Francis. 610*
  • Light Three-Wheeled, the D’Yrsan, 653
  • Lighting Equipment, 260
  • Manufacture, Iron and Steel Castings,
  • Standard Specifications, 176
  • 20 h.p. Rolls-Royce, 575*
  • 14-40 h.p. Sunbeam, 609*
  • Traffic, Road Illumination, 260. See 458
  • Turkish Market, 681
  • Tyres, Standard Valves and Rims, 261
  • Use of Low-Pressure Tyres, 805
  • 11-22 h.p. Wolseley, 574*
  • Works, Proposed, at Dagenham. Ford Motor Co., 91
  • See also Motor Cycles and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Carriages, Railway. See Carriages Converter Substation. Automatic. Peebles- Reyrolle System, 323*
  • Cycle Britisii Export Trade, 652
  • Fire Extinguisher, 653
  • Frame, Francis <& Barnett Triangulated, 653* ’
  • 2$ h.p. Humber, 653*
  • Show, Olympia, 652*
  • 350 c.c. Rover, 652*
  • Standard Rims for Tyres, 261
  • Trend of Design, 652
  • Engines. See Engines, Petrol, Motor-Cycle Electric, Alternating Current, Ironclad
  • Starting Panel (Brookhirst), 580*
  • Alternating Current, Recent Develop¬ments, 79
  • Austin Constant-Current System, Ships’ Winches, 734*
  • Breakdowns, Report, 418
  • and*Centrifugal Pumps, Remote Control,
  • Direct-Current, Automatic Starter and Regulator (Brookhiist), 580*
  • Fractional Horse-Power (Wilson-Wolf
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 700 — Induction, Auto-Transformer Starter
  • (Erskine, Heap <fc Co., Ltd.), 107*
  • Induction, and Turbine Pump, 625*
  • Principles and Control (Review), 556
  • Road Traction, Characteristics, 688*. 690*
  • Starting and Control Gear, Automatic Sub-Station Equipment, 13*
  • Motor Electric, Starting and Control Gear, Col¬liery Work, (G. Ellison), 51* ; (Mavor & Coulson, Ltd.), 224*
    • Starting and Control Gear, Winding Engine, 852*. See 789*
    • Starting and Control Panels, Machine Tools, 447
    • 2,600 h.p. Synchronous, Newfoundland Water Power Plant, 127*
    • Synchronous, Use a? Condensers, 109
    • Undercutter for Commutator Insula¬tion, 621*
    • Welding Machine for Windings, 764*
  • Fire Engines. See Fire Engines Fuels Committee, Empire, Report, 616
  • Hydraulic, Swash-Plate Type, Armstrong Variable-Speed Gear, 187
  • Internal-Combustion. See Aeronautics ; Engines ; Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • Launches. See Motor Boats
  • Life Boats, British and Foreign, 16. See Erratum, 207
  • Lorries. See Motor Wagons
  • Manufacturers and Traders, Society of, Dinner, 587
  • Marine. See Engines ; Marine Propulsion ; Motor Ships
  • Omnibuses and London Traffic Problem, 522. See 640, 647
    • Petrol, Comparison? with Electric Vehicles, 719. See 688*
    • Schemes in Parliament, 777
  • Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • Petrol. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Boats ; Motor Cars ; Tractors Rail Car, Petrol, Four-Wheel Drive, 817* Road Rollers. See Road Rollers Ship “ Cubore,” Trials and Working Results, 714
    • Development and Present Position, 52, 99, 119, 120, 148
    • Diesel Engines, Two-Stroke and Four- Stroke Cycles, 120
    • Dutch, Propelling Machinery, 119 .
    • Moveria,” Donaldson Line, Launch, 548
    • ” Nabha,” Shallow-Draught, Hospital Service, 421*
    • “ Silurian,” Trials, 643
    • ” Seekonk,” Conversion from Steam, 714
    • “ Sycamore,” Trials of Diesel Engines, 730, 750*, 784*, 798
    • ” Swanley,” Maiden Voyage, 229
    • Swedish Developments, 148. See 120.
    • See also Marine Propulsion
    • “ Vulcan,” Diesel-Hvdraulic Drive, 92*, 369*
  • Spirit. See Motor Fuel
  • Tanker “ British Aviator,” Trials, 236, 369
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Transport Development, 85 — Early History, 681
    • Maintenance of Commercial Vehicles, 712
    • and Road Construction, 24
    • Road, Treatise on (Review7), 809
  • Tugs, Comparison with Steam, 517
  • Diesel-Electric System, New York, 714
  • Egyptian Government, 517*
  • Vehicles, Commercial, Design from Main¬tenance Standpoint, 712
  • Development of, Influence of Road Conditions, 87, 874*
  • Electric Battery Passenger Cars, British Empire Exhibition, 198
  • Electric Battery, Petrol-Electric, and
  • Railless Trolley Types, 688*, 719
  • Petrol and Electric Battery, Cost Com¬parisons, 720
  • Traffic on Roads, Census of, 837 Wagon, Ford, wdth Fire Pump, 386*
  • Light, War Office Subsidy, 94, 136 3-ton Petrol (Karrier Motor Co., Ltd.),
  • 372
  • Steam, Early Use in India, 681
  • Tipping Frame, Refuse Collection, Pagefleld System, 655*
  • Mott, B., on Metropolitan Engineering, 640. See 647, 676
  • Moulds, Foundry, Drying Stoves, Gas and
  • Coke Firing, 460 — Metal, for Iron Castings, 377
  • Moullin Torsionmcter, Marine Diesel-Engine Trials, 731. See 785
  • Mount Everest Expedition, Oxygen Cvliuder, 187*. See Errata, 423 ;
  • Ladder Bridge, 304* — Wilson Observatory, Measurements of Velocity of Light, 738
  • Mountain Railway, Penang HilLs, 664*, 726*, 789*, 852*
      • Moveria,” M.S., Donaldson Line, Launch, 548 Moylau, W. M., tho Late, 327
  • Mule, Cotton-Spinning, 91*
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers Municipal Affairs, Engineers’ Part in, 375 — and County Engineers, Institution of,
  • Annual Meeting, 24 — Engineers, Duties of, 24 — Tramways. See Tramways — Work, Refuse Collection, Pagefleld System, 655*
  • Munitions Supply, Engineers and Industrial
  • Organisation, 201 Mushet Tool Steel, 447

N

  • “NABHA,” Shallow-Draught Motor-Ship, Hospital Service, 421*
  • Nagel, Dr. A., on Diesel Engines, 110*. See83
  • Nailing Machine, Box Manufacture, 544*
  • Nash, A. W., on Fuel-Oil Resources and Somerset Oil Shales, 777
  • Nash Point, Wireless Beacon Station, 582
  • Nasmith Combing Machine for Cotton, 90*
  • National Acme Co., Automatic Machine, 442*
  • National Gas Engine Co., Ltd., Oil Engines, Leicester Agricultural Show, 21*
    • Life-Boat Institution, Centenary, 16. See Erratum, 207
  • National Physical laboratory, Report on Work, 5, 100** 334 ; Metrology Section, British
  • Empire Exhibition, 129*; Metrology Section, Tests on Volumetric Glassware,
  • 378; Physics Section, British Empire
  • Exhibition, 278* ; Froude Tank, Report on Work, 334; Refrigerat on Research, 742*
  • Natural Gas, Measurement, Compression and
  • Transmission (Review), 620
    • Supply, Edmonton, Canada, 639
    • History of Crystals (Review), 631
    • Steam, Power Production from, 78
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics

Naval Architects, Institution of :

  • Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee, First Report, 760*, 784*. See 730, 798
  • Joint Summer Meeting with Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland and North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
  • Banquet, Social Functions, &c., 25, 26
  • Progress in Marine Propulsion during the last Ten Years and Some of its Possi¬bilities, by Sir A. C. Ross, 25
  • New Type of Double-Acting Diesel Engine for Marine Purposes, by G. J. Lugt and H. Hunter, 26*
  • Displacement-Draught Formula), by W. H. Riddlesworth, 26

Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, American Society of :

  • Aeronautics in Naval Architecture, by Commander J. C. Hunsaker, 722. See 713
  • Hydraulic Sea-going Hopper Dredgers, by Capt. W. D. Styer, 713
  • Self-Unloading Bulk-Cargo Vessels of the Great Lakes, by H. Penton and Prof. H. C. Sadler, 723*. See Erratum, 863
  • Comparison of Model-Propeller Experi¬ments in Three Nations, by Rear- Admiral D. W. Taylor, 713
  • Extent of Cavitation in U.S. Scouts and Destroyers, by Capt. E. F. Eggert, 717*. See LETTER, 769
  • Design and Construction of Refrigerator Ships, by L. Williams, 713
  • Application of Fuel Conservation and Engineering Performance Standards to Shipping Board Vessels, by C. J. Jefferson, 714
  • Scrapping Warships, by Commander H. E. Rossell, 714
  • Trials and Operation of the M.S. “ Cu- bore,” by A. B. Homer, 714
  • Conversion of the Hog Island Steamer “ Seekonk *’ to a Motor Ship, by J. 0. Shaw, 714
  • Now York Harbour Tug, Diesel-Electric Drive, by F. L. Du Bosque, 714
  • Naval Architecture, Aeronautics in, 722. See 713 See also Warships
  • Armaments, Washington Treaty and Gun Power of United States Battleships, 331 Construction Programme, Soviet, 651 — See also Warships
  • Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 185*, 420 *, 458*. See LETTER, 486. See Errata, 423
  • Guns. See Guns
  • and Shipping Annual, Brassey’s (Review), 809
  • Warfare. See Warships See also Warships
  • Navigation, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Inland, River Seine Regulation Works, 682
  • River St. Lawrence, Development, 239*, 271*. See 267
    • and Water-Power Development, 43
    • Wireless Telegraphy in. Sec Telegraphy, Wireless
  • Navy, British. See II.M. under Warships
  • French, Committee on Marine Engineering, 524
  • Estimated Expenditure, 780
  • New Construction, 453, 572, 582, 871
  • Recruitment of Officers from Ecole Polytechnique, 554
  • Reorganisation of High Command, 839
  • Scientific Research, 854
  • Submarines for Convoy Duty, 587
  • German. See German under Warships Italian, Autumn Manoeuvres, 806
  • New Destroyers, 582 United States.* See United States under Warships
  • See also Naval; Warships ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Navvy, Steam. See Excavating Machine Nebula?, Spectra of, 410
  • Needham, E. S., on Irish Bascule Bridge, 758
  • Nelson Dobby, Cotton Weaving, 249*
  • Nelson, R., oil Electricity in Coal Mines, 243
  • Netherlands. See Dutch; Ildland
  • Neuhaus, Dr. F., on Standardisation in Ger¬many, 149. See 120
  • New Fortuna Machine Co., Ltd., Tube-Bending Machine, 445*
    • York-Azores Telegraph Cable, 461
    • Harbour, Dredging Approaches, 713
    • Harbour Tug, Diesel-Electric, 714
    • Zealand Exhibits, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 287*
    • Power Resources, 19, 31
  • Newcastle-on-Tyne Electric Supply Company,
  • North Tees Power Station, 57
  • Newfoundland Hydro-Electric Power Plant, Paper Manufacture, 125*
  • Newlay Wheel Company, Ltd., Railway Wheels, 438
  • Niagara Falls, Quconston-Chippawa Power Development, 220*, 255*. See 267
  • Nickel, Electro-Deposited, Hardness of, 599
    • Electrolytic Processes, 448
    • Iron Accumulators, Road Traction, 719
    • and Nickel Alloys, Properties and Uses, United States, 376
    • Alloys, Tensile Strength, Temperature and Cold Work, Relationship, 408
  • Steel Blading, English Electric Co.’s Turbo- Generator, 762*
  • Nickel Steel, Influence of Mass on Heat Treat¬ment, 5
    • Working for Coinage, 378
  • Nigerian Products, Ltd., Palm-Oil Extracting Plant, 513* . ,
  • Nile 'Tourist Steamers, Converted Hospital Ships, 463*
  • Nitrogen, Activation, Gaseous Explosions, 448
    • Atmospheric, Fixation, Report, 116
    • Products, Synthetic Manufacture, Franco-German Agreement-, 263. See 372
  • Noguchi, K., on a New Harmonic Analyser, 876*. Sec 651
  • Non-Conducting Coverings. See Heat Insulation
  • Non-Forrous Metals. See Metals ; Metallurgy
  • Nordberg, Dr. B. V., the Late, 706
  • Nordstrom, V., on Steam Turbines for Extra High Pressures, 178. See 45
  • Norris, Henty & Gardners, Ltd., Gardner Oil Engine, 595*
  • North-British Locomotive Co., Ltd., Gearcd- Turbine Locomotive, 479*
  • East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Joint Summer Meeting with Institution of Naval Architects. See Naval Architects ; Presidential Address by T. Westgarth, on the Industrial Machine, 585 Oil Fuel for Marine Internal-Com¬bustion Engines, by S. B. Freeman, 836
  • Eastern Werkspoor Double-Acting Diesel Engine, 26*
  • Notes from, 15, 53, 95, 133, 167, 199, 229, 261, 291, 329, 373, 415, 453, 487, 518, 549, 583, 613, 645, 677, 707, 739, 771, 808 833, 863. See PARAGRAH INDEX
  • - Tees Power Station, Thermodynamic Design, 57*
  • Norton & Gregory Scholarships, 685 Norway, Domestic Uses of Electric Power, 84
    • Electric Power Supply, Bergen and .Krist¬iania, 85
    • Export of Electrical Po\ver, 78,114, 213
    • Power Development, Financing Loans, 36
    • Resources, 32. See 19
    • Railway Electrification, 118
  • Norwegian Railways, Petrol-Driven Repair Car, 817*
    • Water Power Plants, Ice Troubles, 73. See 45, 463
  • Notched-Bar Tests. See Tests (Materials) Notes, Labour. See under Labour
    • on New Books. See Books and LITERATURE INDEX
    • See Cleveland ; North ; South West.; South-Yorkshire; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Nozzles, Atomising, Air-Humidifying Appa¬ratus, 874*
    • Steam Turbine, Proportioning, 473*
  • Nuts, Palm, Oil Extracting and Kernel Sepa¬rating Plant, 513*

O

Obituary:

  • Obreen, J. E., Steel Tubular Construction, 674*. See 716
  • O’Brien, Lieut.-Col. E., on Railway Electri¬fication, 456
  • Observatory, Mount Wilson, Measurements of Velocity of Light, 738
    • Poulkovo, Solar Spectrograph, 87*
  • Odontometer, Gear-Tooth Measurement, 822*
  • O’Grady, S. C., Automatic Intake Control. 432*
  • Oil Consumption, Diesel Engines, Report, 715
  • Cracking, Recent Developments, 523 Engines. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars ;
  • Motor Boats; Tractors Fires, Suds Fire Engine for Extinguishing,
  • 530*
  • Fuel, Canadian Resources, 38, 480. See LETTER, 102
    • Bassler Meter for, 497*
    • Burner, Gardner Oil Engine, 598*
    • Burner, Wallsend-Howden Low Air Pressure, 347*
    • Burning Apparatus, Wallsend-Howden System, 345*
    • Consumption, Marine Oil Engines, Re¬port, 730, 750*, 784*, 798
    • Duplex and Rotary Pumps for, 856*
    • Future Resources, 777. See 31,119, 265, 765, 836
  • Oil Fuel Injection, Spring-Plunger system Blackstone Oil Engine, 60*, 639*
    • Installation, Cochran Boiler, 501*
    • Installation, Korting System. Cable Steamer “ Edouard Suenson,” 197*
    • Internal-Combustion Engines, Standard Specifications, 692
    • Marine Diesel Engines and Boilers, 836
    • Pipe Lines, Design, 792, 823*. 853*
    • Physical and Chemical Properties, Marine Diesel Engine Trials, 751, 784
    • Supply, Marine Propulsion, 119. 265, 765
    • Supplies, United States Navy, 765
    • Use in Municipal Undertakings, 24
    • Insulating, De Laval-Watson Testing Apparatus, 877*
    • Groove Cutting Machine, 444*
    • Lamp, Long-Burning, Railway Signals, 9
    • Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Bouts ;
    • Motor Cars ; Tractors
    • Palm, Extracting and Kernel Separating Plant, 513*
    • Petroleum, United States Production and Consumption, 765
    • Pressure Governor, Hydraulic Turbines, 610
    • Production, Swedish Oil Shales, 39
    • British Empire, Needs and Resources. 31
    • Pump, Mechanical Lubricator for Loco¬motives, 163*
    • Turbine-Driven, Turbo Generator. 762
    • Purification, Monarch Centrifugal Sepa¬ator, 274*
    • Shale, Distilling Plant, Crozier System. 538* — Somerset and Welsh, Properties and Uses, 777
    • Switches. See Switchgear
    • Tractors. See Tractors
    • Transformer, De Laval-Watson Testing
  • Apparatus, 877* Filter Press for, 768*
    • See also Lubrication ; Petroleum
  • Oilfields of Argentina, 651
  • Oldham & Son, Ltd., Stone Dusting Machine for Collieries, 808
  • Olsen Fatigue Testing Machine, 813*
  • Olympia. See Exhibition
  • Omnibus, Motor. See Motor Omnibus
  • Ontario, Queenston-Chippawa Hydro-Electric
  • Development, 220*, 255*. See 267
  • Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace
  • Opening Bridges. See Bridges
    • Machines for Cotton, 12*
  • Optical Apparatus, Calibration of Standard
  • Metre, Japanese Government, 491* Diffraction, Theory of, 548 Methods, Stress Determination. Discussion
  • on, 284. See LETTERS, 462, 704, 769 Society : Problems in the Theory of Optical
  • Diffraction, by E. T. Hanson, 548 : An¬nealing and Re-annealing of Glass, by W. M. Hampton, 548
  • Optics, Fused Silica Lenses, 296
    • Interference Method, Testing Gauge Sur¬faces, 129*
    • Vertical Illuminator for Microscopes. 30*
    • Work of National Physical Laboratory. 6
  • “ Orama,” S.S. Orient Liner, 543*, 601*, 643
  • Ordnance. See Guns ; Warships
  • Orc. Copper, Outokumper Deposits, Finland, 501
    • Dressing, Principles and Practice (Review), 619
    • Iron, Electric. Smelting, Resistance of Coke and Charcoal, 637
    • Metalliferous, Formation of Deposits, 588
  • Organic Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Orient Liner “ Orama,” 543*, 601*, 643
  • “ Oronsay,” Launch, 265
  • Orifices, Measurement of Gas Flow, Balanced Manometer, 223*
  • Ormandy, Dr. W. R., on Research, 551
  • “ Oronsay,” Orient Liner, Launch, 265
  • Orsted Medal, Presentation to Prof. Bohr, 733
  • Orwell Electric Vehicles, 689*. See 719
  • Osborn, S., & Co., Ltd., Tool Steel, 447
  • Oscillations, Electric. See Valves, Thermionic ;
  • Telegraphy, Wireless ; Telephony, Wireless
  • Osmunds, Early Iron Manufacture, 486*
  • Outokumper Copper Deposits. Finland, 501
  • Ovens, Coke. See Coke Ovens
  • Overhead Cranes. See Cranes
  • Overseas Trade Department, Report on German Iron and Steel Trade, 228 ; Report on Economic Conditions of France, 332 ; British Industries Fair, 524 ; Report on Egyptian Industries, 586; Reports on Economic Conditions, Turkey and Colombia, 680; Report on Trade of Dutch East Indies, 832
  • Owen, Capt. B. J., Drying Crops, 554*
  • Oxford Institute of Agricultural Engineering, Artificial Drying of Crops, 554*
  • Oxy-Acetylene Blow’pipe. See Blowpipe
    • Welding. See Welding
  • Oxygen Cylinder, Vibrac Steel, 187*. See Errata, 423
    • Determination in Pure Iron, 366
    • Iron Alloys, Constitution of, 366
    • Jet Cutting Machine, Godfrey, 124*
  • Ozalid Dry Photo-Printing Process, 660

P

  • PADDLE Steamers. Conversion to Stern Wheelers, 463*
  • Paddy Eliminating Machine, Rice Preparation, 537*
  • Pagelleld System of Refuse Collection. 655
  • Palestine, Tacheometry in, Use of Horizontal Staff, 505*
  • Palm-Oil Extraction Plant for Nigeria, 513
  • Palmers Shipbuilding and Iron Company. Ltd.,
  • Palmer-Camellaird-Fullagar Diesel En¬gine, Piston Withdrawal, 145* ; Trials of M.S. " British Aviator,” 236, 369
  • Panama Canal, Report on Working, 745
    • Ten Years’ Operation, 491
  • Pape & Bennison, Commutator Insulation Undercutter, 621
  • Paper Making Industry, Canada, 138, 302. 539
    • Manufacture, Newfoundland, Hydro-Elec¬tric Power Plant, 125*
    • United States, Application of Power, 85
  • Paper Manufacture, Use of Rubber Latex, 776
  • Supply, United States, 692 Paraffin Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • Tractors. See Tractors Paragon Air Pump, 217
  • Paris Floods, Seine Regulation Works, 682
  • Parker Low-Temperature Carbonisation Plant, Trials, 588*
  • Parkinson, J., & Son, Milling Machines and Dividing Head, 355* ; Sunderland Gear Planer, 363* ; Gear Testing Machine, 696*
  • Parliament, Engineering Schemes In, 776
  • Parsons Line, Coal Consumption, St. Pancras Power Station, 642*
  • Parsons, C. A.. & Co., Ltd., Clink Detector, Steel Forgings, 658*
  • Parsons, Sir C. A., on Steam Turbines, 63*, 469. See 45 ; Earth Boring Scheme, 548
  • Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine Propulsion
  • Passenger Cars, Accumulator, British Empire Exhibition, 198
  • Steamers. See Steamers
  • Patent Applications, Examiners’ Searches, 462
  • Laws, Soviet Government, 554
  • Novelty and Prior Publication, 264
  • Record, 34*, 152*, 184*, 246*, 307*, 395*,
  • 471*, 504*, 567*, 661*, 693*, 755*, 788*, S49*, 879*. See PATENT RECORD TXDEX
  • Patentees, Institute of, Exhibition of Inventions, 236. See 801
  • “ Patoka,” U.S.S., Floating Airship Base, 490
  • Payment of Labour. See Labour
  • Pearn, F., <& Co., Ltd., Three-Throw Pump, 159
  • Pearu-Richards Facing, Boring, Milling, Drilling and Tapping Machine, 314
  • Peat, Chain-Grate Stoker for, 41*
  • Production and Use as Fuel, 39
  • Peebles, B., & Co., Ltd., Automatic Substation Equipment, 323*
  • Penang Hills Railway, 664*, 726*, 789*, 852
  • Pennell, R. H. L., on Water Supply, Egyptian Towns, 735
  • Pennell Rotary Trap, Sewage Pumps, 218
  • Penstocks, Queenston-Chippawa Hydro-Elec¬tric Development, 223*
  • Penton, H., on Self-Unloading Cargo Vessels, 723*. See Erratum, 863
  • Permanent Magnets. See Magnets
  • Way Construction, Penang Hills Railway, 726*
  • Pervac Extraction Pump, 217*
  • Petrol Carburettors. See Carburettors
  • Electric Vehicles, Characteristics and Uses, 688*, 719
  • Fires. Suds Fire Engine for Extinguishing, 530*
  • Manufacture, Cracking Processes, 523
  • Measuring Pump, Canadian, 141*
  • Motors. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors
  • Tractors. See Tractors Petroleum Cracking Processes, 523
  • Fields of Argentina, 651
  • Pipe Lines for, Design, 792, 823*, 853*
  • Production, British Empire, Needs and Resources, 31
  • Technologists, Institution of, Dr. A. E. Dunstan and R. Pilkethley on Develop¬ments in Oil Cracking, 523 ; Oilfields of Argentina, by C. Hunter, 651; Fuel Oil Resources of the Future, by H.G. Shatwell and A. W. Nash, 777; Somerset Oil Shales, by H. G. Shatwell, A. W. Nash, and J. I. Graham, 777
  • United States Production and Consumption, 765
  • See also Oil; Engines, Oil
  • Petters, Ltd., Two-Stroke Oil Engines, 720
  • Philpot, Prof. H. P., on Impact Tests, 286
  • Photo-Elasticity. See Optical Determination of Stress
  • Electrons, Production of X-rays by, 323
  • Photographic Lenses, Hilger’s Interferometer for Testing, 6
  • Surveying, Gordon System, 142
  • Photometric Observations, Clouds and Skies, 592
  • Photometry, Heterochromatic, International Committee, 175
  • National and International Aspects, 77.
  • See 175
  • Proposed Light Standard, 175
  • Vocabulary of, 175
  • Work of National Physical Laboratory, 101
  • Photomicrographs. See Micropholographs
  • Photo Printing, Ozalid True-to-Scale Process, 660
  • Physical Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Laboratory. See National Physical Physical Society :
  • Temperature Gradient in Gases at Various Pressures, by W. Mandell & J. West, 686
  • Vectorial Dimensions, by J. F. S. Ross, 686 Electrical Method of Producing Vowel
  • Sounds and its Application to Wireless Telegraphy, by Dr. W. H. Eccles and X. F. A Wagstaffe, 828
  • Dielectric Properties of Mica, by D. W. Dye and L. Hartshorn, 828
  • Physics, Atomic Disintegration, Ejection of Protons, 368
  • Atomic Structure, Metals, Removal of
  • Electrons by Electric Field, 322
  • Band Spectra and Molecular Structure, 322
  • Crystals, Metallic, Surface Phenomena, 368
  • Natural History of (Review), 631
  • Structure, Analysis by X-Rays, 349*, 368, 428
  • Structure and Refractive Index, 368
  • Structure, Solid Argon, 368
  • Gamma Rays, Scattering of, 323 Institute of, Electrical Precipitation, by
  • Sir O. Lodge, 648. See LETTER, 676
  • Light, Scattering of, 367
  • Mercury Atoms, Orbital Transfers of Electrons, 367
  • Metastability of Helium Atom, 322
  • Quantum Theory and Scattering of X-Rays, 322
  • Radiation, Critical Potentials in, 322
  • Secondary and Tertiary, from X-Rays, 323
  • Physics, Relativity, Eistein’s Theory, 535
  • Section, National Physical Laboratory,
  • British Empire Exhibition, 278*
  • Specific Gravity Determination, Powdered Firebrick, 482
  • Spectra of Gases at Low Temperatures, 367
  • of Ionised Elements, 321*
  • Spectrum of Titanium, 322
  • Velocity of Light, Measurement, 738
  • Work of Lord Kelvin, 97. See 104
  • of National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • X-Rays, Production by Photo-Electrons, 323
  • Pickling, Steel, Tinplate Manufacture, 365
  • Plette Coke Ovens, Shelton Iron Works, 510*
  • Pig Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Piles, Ferro-Concrete, Advantages of Ciment Fondu, 739
  • Bascule Bridge Foundations, 758*
  • Timber, Deterioration and Preservation (Review), 589
  • Piling, Compressed Concrete, Air-Pressure System, 414*
  • Steel Sheet, Dam, Gladstone Dock Con¬struction, 48*
  • Timber, Deterioration in Sea Water, 775
  • Pilkethley, R., on Oil Cracking, 523
  • Pinions. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Pro¬pulsion
  • Pipe-Bending Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Joints, Victaulic, Cleaning Water Mains, 14 ;
  • British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 193*
  • Line Anchorages, Stress Distribution, 763*
  • Bombay Water Supply, 562*
  • Floating, for Dredging Work, 438. See Erratum, 486
  • Oil-Fuel, Design, 792, 823*, 853*
  • Self-Closing Valves for, 143*
  • Manufacture, Blast-Furnace Slag, 600
  • Riveted Steel, Bombay Water Supply, Construction, 562*
  • Screwing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Steam. See Steam Pipes
  • Steel, British Empire Exhibition, 439
  • See also Tubes
  • Pistons, Diesel Engine, Water Cooling, Duplex Pump for, 5*
  • Leakage, Double-Acting Diesel Engines, Test Valve, 28*
  • Motor-Car Engine, Use of Light Alloys, 455
  • Removal, Palmer - Camellaird – Fullagar Diesel Engine, 145*
  • Rings, Cast-Iron Pots for, Specification, 583
  • — Standard, Motor-Car Engines, 175 Valve Liner Ports, Milling Attachment, 354*
  • Pitot Tubes, Balanced Manometer for, 223*
  • Pit-Prop Withdrawing Appliances, 528*
  • Pitter Gauge and Precision Tool Co., Ltd.,
  • Sensitive Level Comparator, 129*
  • Pitting. See Corrosion
  • Planimeter, Averaging Charts, Recording Instruments, 207*
  • Planing Machine. See J/acAine Tools
  • Plastic Deformation, Metals, Effect of Free Surfaces, 366
  • Plates, Circular, Deflection of, 286
  • Steel, British Empire Exhibition, 439, 440
  • Oxygen-Jet Cutting Machine, Godfrey, 124*
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Plating, Electro. See Electro
  • Platt Brothers & Co., Ltd., Cotton Machinery,
  • British Empire Exhibition, 11*
  • Platt, F. J., the Late, 839
  • Plough, Four-Furrow, Anti-Balance, for Cable
  • Ploughing, 516*. See 382, 807
  • New Zealand Manufacture, 289*
  • and Rein-Drive Tractor, 20, 59*
  • Ploughing Tackle, Cable, Steam and Tnternal-Combustion Engine, Fowler’s, 382. See
  • 516*, 807
  • Pluto Stoker Co., Furnace Arch, 113
  • Pneumatic Tyres, Low-Pressure, Motor Car, Advantages, 805
  • Road Vehicles, Invention of, 681
  • Valves and Rims, Standard Specifica¬tions, 261
  • Tools. See Machine Tools
  • See also Compressed Air ; Air Compressor Points, Railway,
  • Planing Machine for, 688* Westinghouse Double-Wire Operating System, 163*
  • Poisonous Gases, Respirators for Use in, 149
  • Polar Regions, Climate of, 863 Press. See Machine Tools
  • Pressed-Steel Work (Vickers Ltd.), 99
  • Pressure Piling Co., Ltd., Compressed Concrete Piling, 414*
  • Polarised Light. See Optical Determination of Stress
  • Police Court Ventilation, Fanmakers’ Company Prize, 754
  • Politics, Engineers’ Part in, 375
  • Pollard, F., & Co., Ltd., Drilling Machines, 315*, 406*, 441*
  • Pollok, R., the Late, 811
  • Pollution, Atmospheric, Automatic Measure¬ment, 410
  • Report on Alkali Works, 128
  • Polytechnic. See Education
  • Pouts et Chauss6es Department, River Seine Regulation Works, 682*
  • Pooley & Austin, Fractional Horse-Power Electric Motors, 700
  • Port of Bristol, Oil Engines Grain Elevator, 643*
  • of Colombo, Depth Requirements, 457 of Durban, South Africa, British Empire
  • Exhibition, 173 ; Electric Crane, Congella
  • Dock, 104*. See 238 Facilities and Coastal Shipping, 774
  • Great Britain, Report, 715 of Liverpool, Gladstone Dock System, 47
  • of London, Report on, 554
  • Road Improvements, 572
  • of Tripoli, Position and Possibilities, 838
  • Ports, Piston-Valve Liners, Milling Attach¬ment for, 354*
  • Portable Engine. See Engine
  • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Portland Cement. See Cement
  • Post Office Restrictions, Amateur Wireless’ Transmitters, 457
  • Potter & Johnston Machine Co., Chucking Machine, 400*
  • Poulkovo Observatory, Solar Spectrograph, 87
  • Powdered Coal. See Pulverised Coal — Firebrick, Determination of Specific Gravity, 482
  • Power Alcohol. See Alcohol; Motor Fuels Conference. See World Power Conference Development, Government Policies, 37
  • and Human Progress, 36, 37
  • Norway, Financing Loans, 36
  • Distribution, Electric, Austin Constant-Current System, 734*
  • Electric, Domestic Uses, 84
  • Electro-Chemical Industries, 116
  • Export from Norway, 78,114, 213
  • Generating Costs, Diesel Engines, 715
  • Industrial Uses, 85
  • Supply in London Area, 171
  • for Swedish Tramways, 118
  • Transmission and Distribution, 78, 79
  • Use in Agriculture, 84, 116, 382
  • Use in Rhodesia, 85
  • Factor Meter, Recording, 207*
  • Gas. See Oas ; Engines, Oas ; Producers Hammer. See Hammer under Tools
  • Measurement, International Standardisa¬tion in, 121
  • Plants, Factory, Utilisation of Waste Steam and Surplus Power, 75
  • French Legislation, 37
  • Hydro - Electric, Aberdeen – Laxapana Scheme, Ceylon, 473*
  • Hydro-Electric, Canada, International Joint Commission, 37
  • Hydro-Electric, Cedars Rapids, River St. Lawrence, 239*. See 267, 271
  • Hydro-Electric, Design of Turbines, 63
  • Hydro - Electric, Electrically - Heated
  • Screens, Ice Prevention, 74
  • Hydro-Electric, in France, 42
  • Hydro-Electric, Ice Troubles, 45, 73, 241*, 463
  • Hydro-Electric, Lilia Edet, Turbine Design, 63
  • Hydro-Electric, Low Heads, Lawaczeck Turbines. 63, 434*, 851*
  • Hydro-Electric, Newfoundland, Paper Manufacture, 125*
  • Hydro-Electric, New Zealand, Develop¬ment, 290
  • Hydro-Electric, Queenston-Chippawa De¬velopment, 220*, 255*. See 267
  • Hydro-Electric, River Tirso, Sardinia, 632*
  • Hydro-Electric, Standard Methods of Testing, 51, 145
  • Hydro-Electric, in Sweden, 43
  • Hydro-Electric, Sweden, Arch Dam Design. 76
  • Hydro-Electric, United States, Turbine Design, 71. See 45
  • Hydro-Electric, Tasmania, Self-Closing Valve for Pipe Line, 143*
  • Hydro-Electric, Turbine Draught Tubes, 153*
  • Steam. Auxiliary, Water-Power Plants, 42, 503 1
  • State versus Private Management, 209
  • Steam, Swedish Practice, 503
  • Use of Steam Accumulators, 68*
  • See also Power Stations ; Power, Water ; Substations
  • Policy of Sweden, 35
  • Production, Alcohol for. See Alcohol; Motor Fuels
  • British Empire, Financial Considerations, 35
  • from Earth Steam Emanations, 78
  • Mercury-Vapour Turbine, 42
  • Social Aspect, 36, 37
  • Steam, United States, Practice, 39
  • United States Iron and Steel Industry, 84
  • Press. See Machine Tools
  • Resources, World’s, 18, 31
  • for Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propul¬sion ; Ship Resistance Stations, Electric, Advantages of High-
  • Steam Pressures, 41, 181*, 432
  • Electric, Bristol, Tests of Turbo-Generator, 253*
  • Electric, Carville, Comparisons with North Tees, 57*
  • Electric, Chicago, 50,000-kw. Turbo Generator, 66*. See 45
  • Electric, at Collieries, Report, 293
  • Electric, Continuity of Operation, 112
  • Electric, Dalmarnock, Smokeless-Fuel Plant, 491, 682
  • Electric, Fuel Consumption, 377
  • Electric, Grove Road, London, Tests of Turbo Generator, 704
  • Electric, Lakeside, Coal Handling, 592
  • Electric, Londonderry, Yarrow Boilers, 177*
  • Electric, Marylebone, Transport of Turbo-Alternator Stator, 552
  • Electric, North Tees, Thermodynamic Design, 57*
  • Electric, Report of Electricity Commis¬sioners, 377
  • Electric, Soutlnvick, Brighton Corpora¬tion, Extensions, 372*. See 415
  • Electric, St. Pancras, Extensions and Efficiency, 642*
  • Electric, Stuart Street, Manchester, Turbo-Generator Tests, 668
  • Electric, United States, Current Practice, 39; Electrical Equipment,. 108
  • Gas-Drien, Barrow Hematite Steel Co., Working Results, 830*
  • Luton, Tests of Stal-Ljungstrom Turbo- Generator, 142
  • See also Power Plants ; Substations Supply, British Empire Exhibition, Blackstone Oil Engine, 638*
  • Electric, for Aden, 348, 487
  • Electric, Bergen and Christiania, 85
  • Electric, Birmingham Area, Mercury- Vapour Rectifier Substations, 783*, 845*
  • Electric, Continuity and Regularity, 112
  • Electric, Development of Industry, 617
  • Electric, and Industrial Decentralisa¬tion, 185
  • Power Supply, Electric, Melbourne, Excava¬ting Machine for Brown Coal, 299*
  • Electric, by Railway Companies, 185
  • Electric, Regulations in Various Coun-tries 37
  • Electric, Schemes in Parliament, 777
  • Electric, Voltage Regulation in, 78
  • Electric, West Midlands District, 745
  • Transmission, Electric, A Hundred Years’Progress, 193. See 266 — Gears. See Gears
  • High-Tension Direct-Current, Transverter for, 14, 81
  • Lines, High-Tension in France, 78, 80
  • Renold Hollow-Stud Drivin^Chain, 260*
  • See also Gearing ; Marine Propulsion Tidal, River Severn Scheme, Preliminary Enquiry, 294
  • Water, Auxiliary Steam Plants, 42, 503
  • Canada, International Joint Commis¬sion, 37
  • Canada, Queenston-Chippawa Develop¬ment, 220*, 255*. See 267
  • Canadian, Development of River St. Lawrence, 239*, 271* See 267
  • Canadian, and the Electro-Metallurgical Industries, 449
  • Canadian Resources, 43, 137, 301, 506. See 267
  • Catchment Areas, Run-off, Storage and Allocation, 42
  • Ceylon, Aberdeen-Laxapana Scheme, 473*
  • Civil Engineering, 44
  • Control of Energy, 45
  • Dam Construction in Italy, 44
  • Design of Turbines, 63
  • Development in Dutch East Indies, 44
  • Development, Factors of Efficiency, 42
  • Development on Navigable Rivers, 43
  • Development in Spain, 43, 44
  • Development, Styria, 78
  • Electro-Chemical and Electro-Thermal Industries, 116
  • Experimental Research, 45
  • Flow of Spanish Rivers, 43 In France, 42
  • Ice Troubles, 45, 73, 241*, 463
  • Low Heads, Lawaczeck Turbines, 63, 434*, 851*
  • Low Head, Use of Transformer Weirs, 435*
  • Newfoundland, Use for Paper Manu¬facture, 125*
  • New Zealand, Development, 290
  • Production in Austria, 44
  • Production from Spanish Mountain Streams, 44 — in Sweden, 43
  • Tirso Hydro-Electric Scheme, Sardinia, 632*
  • Turbine Design, American Practice, 71. See 45
  • Uniform Rules for Plant Testing, 51, 145
  • World’s Resources, 18, 31
  • See also Hydraulic ; Power Plant, Hydro-Electric; Tidal Power ; Turbines, Hydraulic Wind, Calculations, and Meteorological Data, 77
  • Electric Power Generation, 77
  • World, Economics of, 35
  • Prandtl Theory, Aviation, and the Flettner Rotor Ship, 710, 770. See LETTER 831* Pratt & Whitney Co., Odontometer, Gear-Tooth Measurement, 822*
  • Precipitation, Electrical, Dust and Fog, 648.
  • See LETTER, 676
  • Presidential Address, Institution of Automobile
  • Engineers, by Dr. W. R. Ormandy on Research, 551
  • British Association, by Sir D. Bruce, on the Prevention of Disease, 265
  • British Association, Chemical Section, by Sir R. Robertson, on Chemistry and the State, 448
  • British Association, Engineering Section, by Prof. G. W. O. Howe, on a Hundred Years of Electrical Engineering, 193. See 266
  • British Association, Mathematical and Physical Science Section, by Sir W. H. Bragg, on the Analysis of Crystal Structure by X-Rays, 349*, 428. See 368
  • Institution of Civil Engineers, by B. Mott, on Metropolitan Engineering, 640. See 647, 676
  • Institution of Electrical Engineers, by W. B. Woodhouse, on Electricity Supply, 617
  • Liverpool Engineering Society, by R. E. Gibson, on Liverpool Gas Supply, 682
  • Institution of Mining Engineers, by Dr. J. S. Haldane, on the Industrial Machine, 585
  • Institution of Municipal and County Engineers, by G. F. Carter, on the Duties of Municipal Engineers, 24
  • North-East Coast Institution of En¬gineers and Shipbuilders, by T. West- garth, on the Industrial Machine, 585
  • Institution of Public Lighting Engineers and Superintendents, by S. B. Langlands, on Street Lighting in Glasgow, 458
  • Radio Society of Great Britain, by Dr. W. H. Eccles, on Amateur Wireless Transmission, 456
  • Institute of Transport, by Sir L. Macassey, on the London Traffic Prob¬lem, 522
  • Prices of Metals. See Metal-Price Diagrams Printing Machine, Wooden Boxes, 544* Producers, Gas, Applications and Economic
  • Features, 39. See 83 Engine. See Engines, Gas Steel Castings for, 439* Using Waste Wood, 39, 503
  • Progressive Feed Heating, Steam Turbines. See Feed Water
  • Projectile, 21-in. Capped Armour-Piercing, (Hadflelds, Ltd.), 189*
  • Propellers, Aerial. See Aeronautics — Marine, Cavitation Investigations, United
  • States Warships, 717* See LETTER, 769
  • Design, Influence of Aeronautics, 723
  • Propellers. Marine, Mlchell Thrust-Measuring Gear, 785*
    • Model Experiments. Comparisons, 713
  • Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion; Engines: Turbines; Propellers ; Ship Resistance
  • Props, Pit, Withdrawing Appliances, 528
  • Protons, Ejection in Atomic Disintegration, 368
  • Psychrometry, National Physical Laboratory, Public Heath and the Engineer, 286
    • Lighting Engineers and Superintendents, Institution of. Conference, 457
    • in Glasgow, 458
    • Service by Engineers, 375
    • United States, Regulation, 37
    • Works. Schemes in Parliament, 776
  • Pulaski, Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, Timber Centring, 257*
  • Pulleys. Belt. Lathe for Turning, 358*
  • Pullman Buffet Car, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 7
  • Pulping Machines for Coffee Berries, 541
  • Pulverised Coal, Boiler Firing and Metal¬lurgical Furnaces, 39, 40, 198, 480, 592. See Erratum, 91
    • Lakeside Power Station, Handling Tests, 592
  • Pumps. Air, Contraflo Reciprocating, (Vickers, Ltd.), 573*
    • with Ejector Augmentor, Paragon (G. & J. Weir. Ltd.), 217
    • See also Air Compressors
    • Centrifugal. Boiler-Feed, Geared-Turbine Drive (British Electric Plant Co., Ltd.), 626*
    • Boiler-Feed, Turbine-Driven (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 216* ; Gwynnes Engineering Co., Ltd.. 218*
    • Chester Waterworks, Remote Control, 671*
    • Electrically-Driven, Coal-Washing Plant (Gwynnes Engineering Co., Ltd.), 413*
    • Emergency Bilge (Gwynnes Engineering Co., Ltd.), 2* ; (Drysdale <fc Co., Ltd.), 217*
    • Extraction, for Condensing Plant (Mirrlees, Watson <fe Co., Ltd.), 5* ; (Drysdale 6: Co., Ltd.). 217*
    • Four-Stage, Fire Protection, (Worthing¬ton-Simpson, Ltd.), 153*
    • Four-Stage, High-Lift (Gwynnes En¬gineering Co., Ltd.), 2
    • Low-Lift, for Circulating Water (Mirr-lees. Watson & Co., Ltd.), 5*
    • Low-Lift, Submerged, for Irrigation (Gwynnes Engineering Co., Ltd.), 3*
    • Multi-Stage, Electrically-Driven (Holden & Brooke, Ltd.), 159*
    • Oil, Turbine-Driven, Turbo-Generator Lubrication, 762*
    • and Petrol Engine, for Salvage Work (Drysdale & Co., Ltd.), 218*
    • Rees-Roturbo. Leyland Motor Fire Engine, 156 ; Stanley Motor Fire Engine, 386
    • Sewage, Gwynne-Pennell Rotary Trap, 218*
    • Single-Stage (British Electric Plant Co., Ltd.), 627*
    • Six-Stage, Electrically-Driven (British Electric Plant Co., Ltd.), 625*
    • Steam-Driven. Salvage Work, 531
    • (Tangyes. Ltd.), 5
    • Turbine-Driven, for Condensate, S.S. “ Drottningholm,” 841*
    • Turbine-Driven, Transformer Weirs, Utilisation of Low Heads, 435*
    • Two-Stage. Dennis Motor Fire Engine, 386*. See 426*
    • Two-Stage, High-Lift (Mirrlees, Watson <fe Co., Ltd.), 5*
    • Two-Stage, Trailer Fire Appliance (Gwynnes Engineering Co., Ltd.), 147*
    • Feed-Water, for Locomotives, (Worthington-Simpson, Ltd.), 478*
    • Fuel-Injection, Blackstone Oil Engine, 60*, 639*. See 21
    • Injection, Diesel Engines, Arschaouloff System, 29*
    • Injection, Gardner Oil Engine, 598*
    • Horizontal Duplex, for Cargo Oil (Hayward-Tyler <fc Co., Ltd.), 5*
    • Duplex, with Twells Valve Gear (Hay¬ward-Tyler & Co., Ltd.), 3*
    • Three-Throw, for Sewage Sludge (Hollings <fe Guest. Ltd.), 211*
    • Measuring, for Petrol, Canadian, 141*
    • Mercury-Vapour. High Vacua, 267*
    • Oil, Mechanical Lubricator for Locomotive, 163*
    • and Pumping Machinery, British Empire Exhibition. 2*. 216*, 625*
    • Reciprocating. Hatfield Type, Merry weather Motor Fire Engine, 156*. See 426*
    • Horizontal Three-Throw Type (F. Pearn & Co., Ltd.), 159*
    • Steam-Driven, Fire and Salvage Work, Merry weathers’, 531*
    • Two-Throw, Electrically-Driven (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 216*
    • Rotary, Fire Protection (Martin’s Cultivator Co., Ltd.), 428*
    • Gear Type, for Oil Fuel (Hayward-Tyler <fc Co.. Ltd.), 5
    • Slime, Gold Mining, Robeson-Davidson, 174
    • Vertical Duplex (Hayward-Tyler <fe Co., Ltd.). 5*
    • Duplex, for Oil Fuel (Worthington-Simpson, Ltd.), 856*
    • Duplex. Pi don-Cooling, Diesel Engine (Hayward-Tyler & Co., Ltd.), 5*
    • Ram (Tangyes, Ltd.), 22*
  • Pumping Dredged Materials, Floating Pipe Lines. 438. See Erratum, 486
    • Fuel Oil, Design of Pipe Lines, 792, 823*, 853*
    • and Heating Unit. Wallsend-Howden Oil- Fuel System. 345*
    • Machinery. Agricultural Show, Leicester, 22*
    • British Empire Exhibition, 2*, 216*,265*
    • Modern Theory and Practice (Review), 557
    • Stations, Calcutta Water Supply, 178
  • Pumping Stations, Chester Waterworks, Remote Control, 671*
  • Puretha Respirators, Noxious Gases, 149
  • Purification of Sewage. See Sewuye — of Water. See Water
  • Putter, Electric, Colliery Haulage, 252*
  • Pye, D. R., on Fuels for Internal-Combustion Engines. 616
  • Pyrometry, Furnace as Radiation Standard, 101
  • Temperature Measurement and Fuel Economy, 40
  • Thermo-Couples, Measurement of Gas Temperatures, 686

Q

  • QUANTUM Theory and Scattering of X-Rays, 822
  • Quartz Lamp, Mercury-Vapour, Kinemato- graphy,295*
    • Lenses, Fused Silica, Ultra-Violet Light, 296
  • Queenston-Chippawa Hydro-Electric Develop¬ment, 220*, 255*. See 267
  • Quenching of Steel. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Quick-Firing Guns. See Quicksilver. See Mercury; Metal-P rice Diagrams

R

  • RADIAL Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools
  • Radiation, Critical Potentials in, 322
  • Loss, Gas Engines, 605, 623*, 629*, 679,
  • 684. See LETTERS, 641, 704, 746
  • and Loss of Mass of Stars, 802
  • Recorders, Solar, Comparisons, 182
  • Secondary and Tertiary, X-Rays, 323
  • Standard, Furnace as, 101
  • Radio Research Board, Report on Direction Finding, 866
  • Society of Great Britain, Presidential
  • Address by Dr. W. H. Eccles, on Amateur Wireless Transmission, 457
  • Radiotelegraphy. See Telegraphy, Wireless
  • Radiotelephony. See Telephony, Wireless
  • Rail Joint, Irish Bascule Bridge, 759*
  • Steel, British Empire Exhibition, 438, 440
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Railless Electric Traction, Schemes in Parlia¬ment, 777
  • Vehicles, Characteristics and Uses, 688*, 719
  • Railodok Electric Passenger Cars, British Empire Exhibition, 198
  • Railroad, Chesapeake and Ohio, Mallet Simple Locomotive, 795*, 860*
  • See also Railways
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • Buenos Ayres Great Southern, Locomotive, 280*
  • Bengal-Nagpur, Hopper Coal Wagon, 279*
  • Bridge. See Bridge
  • British, Labour Statistics, 524
  • Report on Accidents, 484
  • Canadian, British Empire Exhibition, 141*. See 266, 540
  • Carriage. See Carriage
  • City and South London, Tunnel Enlarge¬ment, 640 ; Reopening, 775
  • Companies, Electric Power Supply by, 185
  • Competition with Coastal Shipping, 774
  • Coupling, Automatic, Willison Central-Buffer Type, 478
  • Egyptian State, Royal Saloon Coach, 475*
  • Electric, Recording Instruments for Dyna¬mometer Cars, 208*
  • Electrification, Austria, 117
  • British Main Lines, 118, 456
  • Dutch East Indies, 118
  • Financial Aspects, 117
  • Germany, 118
  • Hungary, Three-Phase Variable-Voltage System, 118
  • Norway and Sweden, 118
  • Federated Malay States, Penang Hills Railway, 664*, 726*, 789*, 852*
  • French African Colonies, Need for Develop¬ment, 674
  • Funicular, Penang Hills, 664*, 726*, 789*, 852*
  • Hendon-Edgware Extension, Automatic Substation, 227* ; Opening, 260
  • Indian, British Empire Exhibition, 508
  • Japanese, Train-Ferry Steamer " Shoho Maru,” 735*
  • Jersey, Steam Motor Coach, 6*. See Errata, 133
  • Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • London Midland & Scottish, Third-Class Vestibule Carriage, 160* ; Transport of Turbo-Alternator Stator, 370 ; Transport of Large Cupolas, 592*
  • London <fe North Eastern, Electrically Equipped Kitchen Car, 480; Double Bolster Carriage Bogie, 280*
  • Material, British Empire Exhibition, 6*, 160*, 279*, 475
  • Turkish Market, 680
  • Metropolitan, Control Trailer Car, 9*
  • Motor Carriage. See Carriage
  • Norwegian, Petrol-Driven Repair Car, 817*
  • Points and Crossings, Planing Machine, 688*
  • Rolling Stock. See Carriages; Locomo¬tives ; Wagons
  • Schemes in Parliament, 776
  • Signalling See Signalling
  • South African, Development, 450 ; Refrige¬rator Cars, Fruit Transport, 743*
  • Street. See Tramways
  • Transport in Canada, 266, 540. See 141* Large Cupolas, 592*
  • Turbo-Alternator Stator, 370
  • Tube. See Underground
  • Underground. See Underground
  • Wagons. See Wagons
  • Wheel, Rubber-Supported Steel Tyre, 9*
  • Tyres and Axles, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 99, 438, 439
  • Work, Rubber Applications in, 9*
  • See also Railroads and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Rainham Creek, Sewage Disposal Works, 518
  • Ramsay Chemical Engineering Laboratory, University College, 682
  • Ransomes, Sims <fe Jefferies, Ltd., Cultivating Machine for Grass, 807
  • Rapidor Hack-Sawing Machine, 319*;
  • Saw-Blade Sharpening Machine, 405*
  • Rare Elements, Chemistry of (Review), 336
  • Rays, Electric. See Gamma Rays; Rbntgen Rays
  • Reactions, Chemical. Seo Chemistry
  • Read, Sir A., on Coastal Shipping, 774
  • Reaping and Threshing Machine, Combined, the Sunshine, 383
  • Recorder, Water, Vee Notch, Lea Closed-in Type, 598*
  • Recording Dynamometer. See Dynamometer
    • Instruments, Cambridge, British Association Meeting, 287
    • Electric, Railway Dynamometer Cars, 208*
    • Planimeter for Averaging Charts, 207*
    • Power-Factor Meter, 207*
  • Records Bureau, Co-ordination of Industrial Research, 586
  • Rectifier, Alternating Current, the Transverter, 14, 81
    • Mercury-Vapour, Automatic and Semi-
  • Automatic Substations, 782*. 845*
  • Rectifying Valves. High-Tension Currents, 492
  • Redman, C., & Sons, Ltd., General Purpose
  • Lathe, 310* ; Planing Machines, 687
  • Reduction Gears. See Gears ; Marine Propul¬sion ; Motor-Car Details
  • Rees, F. B., on Transportation in South Africa, 450
  • Rees, W. J., on the Effect of Exposure on Fireclay, 481: on Alumina-Silica Materials in Firebricks, 481 : on the Storage of Silica Refractories, 481 ; on the Determin¬ation of Specific Gravity of Firebricks, 482 ; on the Specific Gravity and After Expan¬sion of Lime-Bonded Silica Bricks, 482
  • Rees-Roturbo Pump, Motor Fire Engines, 156, 386
  • Refractive Index and Crystal Structure, Relationship, 368
  • Refractory Materials, Gas Works, 23
    • Firebrick, Determination of Specific Gravity, 482
  • — Firebricks, Alumina-Silica Materials, 481 — Fireclay, Effect of Exposure, 481 — Fireclay, Effect of Sillimanite, 461 — Section, Ceramic Society. See Ceramic — Silica Bricks, 708
  • — Silica Bricks, Specific Gravity and After Expansion, 482 — Silica, Storage of, 481 — See also Firebricks ; Fireclays
  • Refrigerating Machinery, Brewers’ Exhibition, 649
    • British Empire Exhibition, 559*, 594*
    • New Zealand Pavilion, British Empire Exhibition, 290*. See 561*
    • Smithfield Show, 807
  • Plants, Ammonia and Carbon Dioxide, Marine Service, 562*, 594*
    • Ammonia Compressors, High Speed, 561*, 594*
    • Ammonia, Small Capacity, for Butchers, &c., 561*
    • Canadian, British Empire Exhibition, 138*
    • Carbon-Dioxide Compressor, High-Speed, 559*
    • Carbon Dioxide, with Liquid Precooler, 559*
    • South African, 173*
  • Refrigeration, Cold Stores, Conductivity Tests of Insulating Materials, 742*
  • Fruit Transport, Rail and Sea, 743
    • Heat-Insulating Materials, Research on Spongy Rubber, 682
  • Research, Recent Developments, 742* See also Cold Storage
  • Refrigerator Cars, Fruit Transport, South African Railways, 743*
    • Ships, Design and Construction, 713
  • Refuse Collection, Pagefleld System, 655
  • Regenerative Feed Heating. See Feed Water
    • Furnace. See Furnace
    • System, Gas Manufacture, 23
  • Regulations, Accident Prevention, Shipbuilding Work, 333
  • Electrical Equipment of Buildings, 202
  • Electric Power Supply, 37
  • Home Office, Lead Poisoning, Accumulator Factories, 753
  • Life Saving Appliances, Shipping, 587
  • Whitworth Scholarships, 233
  • Regulators, Induction (Switchgear & Cowans, Ltd.), 181*
  • Reheating Furnace. See Furnace
    • Steam. See Turbines, Steam
  • Reid-MacLeod Geared Turbine Locomotive, 479*
  • Rein-Drive Agricultural Tractor, 20, 59
  • Reinforced Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete
  • Relativity, Einstein’s Theory, 535
    • in Wages, 489
  • Relay System, Automatic Telephone Exchanges, Chatham Dockyard and Hospital, 373
  • Relieving Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
  • Remote Control, Pumping Station, Chester Waterworks, 671*
  • Remuneration of Labour. See Labour
  • Rendel, Palmer «fe Tritton, Stress Measure¬ments, Westminster Bridge, 296
  • Renold, H., Ltd., Hollow-Stud Driving Chain, 260*
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Centenary,618
  • Repair Car, Railway, Petrol, Four-Wheel Drive, 817*
    • Work, Commercial Motor Vehicles, 712
    • French Cast-Iron Arch Bridge, 557
    • Ships, Prevention of Accidents, 333
    • Turbines of S.S. “ Mauretania,” 424*
  • Reparations, German, Dawes Plan, and British Engineering Industry, 695, 725, 757
  • Repeated-Bending Tests, Wires and Wire Ropes, 856*, 867
    • Stresses. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Report, Accidents on British Railways, 484
    • Prevention, Shipbuilding Work, 333
  • Report, Alkali Works, 1923, 127
    • Civil Aviation, 231
    • Coal and Power, 293
    • Complex-Stress Committee, British Associa¬tion, 286. See 506
    • Corrosion Research, Institute of Metals, 378
    • Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 774
    • Diesel Engines, Working Costs, 715
    • Economic Conditions, Turkey and Colombia, 680
    • Egyptian Economic and Financial Situa¬tion, 586
    • Empire Motor-Fuels Committee, 616
    • Food-Investigation Board, Heat-Insulating Materials, 682
    • French Coast-Defence Measures, 170
    • French Economic Conditions, 332
    • Fuel Research Board, Parker Carbonisation Plant, 588*
    • Home Office, Factory and Workshop Acci¬dents, 773
    • Indian Institute of Science, 674
    • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 656
    • Machinery Failures, 417. See LETTERS, 486, 548
    • Marine Oil Engine Trials Committee, 730, 750*, 784*, 798
    • National Phvsical Laboratory’, Work of, 5, 100*. See’334
    • Panama Canal, 491, 745 Port of London, 554
    • Power Generation, Electricity Commission¬ers, 377
    • Properties of Manganese Steel, 411
    • Railway Employees, Ministry of Transport, 524
    • Research Work, Marine Piling, United States (Review), 589
    • Safety Precautions, Power Presses, 18
    • Scientific and Industrial Research, 522, 586
    • Sydney Harbour Bridge Designs, 129*, 169. See LETTER, 198*
    • Trade of Dutch East Indies, 832
    • Trade of Lithuania, 268
    • Wire Ropes Research, 856*, 867
    • Wireless Direction Finding. 866
    • Work of Froude National Tank, 334 See also Board of Trade
  • Repulse,” H.M.S., Model, British Empire Exhibition, 189
  • Research, Architectural Acoustics, 411
    • Association, Cast Iron, British, 707
    • Board, Fuel, Work of, 523 ; Coal Survey and Low-Temperature Carbonisation, 232. See 19, 31, 552 ; *Carbonisation of Seaweed, 233 : Investigation of Arley Coal Seam, 552 : Trials of Parker Low Temperature Carbonisation Plant, 588*
    • Industrial Fatigue, Statistical Investiga¬tion of Factory Accidents, 709. See 701, 746, 810*
  • Radio, Report on Direction Finding, 866
    • Committee, Aeronautical, Work of Fatigue Panel, 245. See 284
    • Ferrous Alloys, Work of, 366
    • Corrosion, Institute of Metals, Report, 378
  • Department, Woolwich, Mercury-Vapour Pump, 267* ; Extrusion of Brass Rod by Inverted Process, 387*. See 379, 415 ; Effect of Cold Rolling on Hardness of Copper, 386*. See 408 ; Report on Man¬ganese Steel, 411.
  • Food Investigation Board, Heat-Insulating Materials, 682.
  • Indian Institute of Science, Report, 674 Industrial, British and Foreign, 115
  • Fatigue, Application of Results, 202 Laboratory, Birmingham Gas Department, Industrial Kinematographv. 295*
  • Henley’s Cable Works, 736* Low-Temperature, Toronto University, 367 Non-Ferrous Metals, 335
  • Refrigeration, Recent Developments, 742* Scientific, French Navy, 854
    • and Industrial, Department of, Investi¬gation of Severn Power Scheme, 294
    • and Industrial, Character and Value, 551
    • and Industrial, Co-ordination, Records Bureau, 586
    • and Industrial, Report on. 522, 586
  • Wire Ropes, Report, 856*, 867 Work, Electric Cables, 81. See 736*
    • Marine Piling, United States (Review), 589
    • Rubber Plantations, 848
    • in Water Power, 45
  • See also National Physical Laboratory
  • Reservoir, Cray, Swansea Water Works, Jet Dispersers for Water Discharge, 247*
    • Waldeck, Temperature Fluctuations in Dam, 425
  • Resistance, Electric. See Electric
    • of Ships. See Ship Resistance
    • Welding. See Welding
  • Respirators, Puretha, Noxious Gases, 149
  • Restaurant Cars, Electrically-Equipped Kitchen Car, L. <fc N. E. Railway, 480*
  • Retaining Walls for Reclaimed Land, 438. See Erratum, 486
  • Retorts, Vertical, Gas Manufacture, with Waste-Heat Boilers, 23
  • Reversing Clutch, Wiberg, Geared Turbines, 120, 144*
  • Reviews. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Reyrolle, A., & Co., Ltd., Automatic Sub¬station Equipment, 323*
  • Rheolaveur Coal-Washing Plant, Britis Em¬pire Exhibition Colliery, 411*
  • Rhodesia, Use of Electric Power, 85
  • Ricardo, H., on Fuels for Internal-Combustion Engines, 616
  • Rice Mill Machinery, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 537*
  • Richards, G., & Co., Ltd., Facing, Boring, Milling, Drilling and Tapping Machine, Pearn-Richards, 314 ; Vertical Boring and Turning Mill, 397*; Side Planing Machine, 770*
  • Richardson, Tuer & Co., Ltd., Cotton Weaving Machinery, 248*
  • Richardsons, Westgarth & Co., Ltd., Steam Turbine, Manchester Power Station, Tests. 668 ; Diesel Engines, M.S. “ Sycamore,” Report on Trials, 730, 750*, 784*, 798
  • Ricks, Hay and Com, Drying by Hot Air, 554
  • Rickwood, H. A., on Ferro-Concrete Cooling Towers, 776
  • Riddles worth, W. H., on a Displacement-Draught Formula, 26
  • Ridsdale <fe Co., Standard Specimens, Steel Analysis, 439.
  • Rigid Airships. See Airships under Aeronautics
  • Rims, Pneumatic Tyres, Standard Specifica¬tions, 261
  • Ring Doubling Frame for Cotton, 91*
    • Piston, See Piston Rings
    • Valves, High-Speed Ammonia Compressors, 561*, 594*
  • River Bann, Ireland, Bascule Bridge, 758*
    • Danube, Water Leakage from, 580
    • Hospital Steamers, Conversion for Tourist Service, 463*
    • Mersey, Proposed Tunnel under, 461
    • Navigable, and Water-Power Develop¬ment, 43
    • St. Lawrence, Development for Power and
    • Navigation, 239*, 271*. See 267 ; Dredg¬ing Work, 438. See Erratum, 486
    • Seine Regulation Works, 682*
    • Severn Tidal Power Scheme, Preliminary Enquiry, 294
    • Spanish, Flow of, 43
    • Tirso Hydro-Electric Scheme, Sardinia, 6^2
  • Rivet Heater, Electric (A.l. Electric Welding Appliances Co.), 828*
  • Road Conditions, Influence on Motor Vehicle Development, 87, 874*
    • Construction, Schemes in Parliament, 777
    • Modern Practice, 692
    • and Motor Transport, 24
    • Engineering, Treatise on (Review), 524
    • Illumination and Motor-Car Traffic, 260. See 458
    • Improvements, Greater London, 571*
    • Locomotives. See Afofor; Tractor
  • Reconstruction in Durham, 24
  • Roller, Motor, 12-ton Water Ballast (Barford and Perkins, Ltd.), 59*
    • Steam, Marshall’s, 60
    • Traffic, Census of, 837
    • Congestion, London, Causes and Reme¬dies, 651. See 522, 640, 647
    • Traction, Railless Electric. See Railless
    • Transport, Early History, 681
    • and London Traffic Problem, 522. See 640, 647
    • Maintenance of Commercial Vehicles, 712
    • Mechanical, Development, 85
    • Mechanical, Treatise on (Review), 809
    • Turbo-Alternator Stator, 370, 552
    • Vehicles. Electric. See Motor Vehicles
  • Roadless-Tractor. See Tractor Robertson. F., the Late, 653
  • Robertson, Sir R., on Chemistry and the State, 448
  • Robeson-Davidson Slime Pump, 174
  • Robey <te Co., Ltd., Electric Haulage Engine, Penang Hills Railway, 789*. See 852
  • Robins Belt Conveyor for Coke, 512
  • Robinson, T., <& Sons, Ltd., Mortising and Tenoning Machines, 297*
  • Rock Drill, Climax Percussion Type, 528
  • (Delfos, Ltd.), 174*
    • Igneous, Formation of, 588
  • Rockford Tool Company, Sundstrand Stub Lathe, 357*
  • Rod, Brass, Extrusion, Inverted Process, 387*. See 379, 415
  • Rogers. Dr. F., Microscopes for Metallography, 514*
  • Rogers, G., on Mercurv-Vapour Substations, 782*, 845*
  • Roll-Grinding Attachment, Surface Grinding Machine, 404*
  • Rolled Steel Plates and Sections, British Em¬pire Exhibition, 439, 440
    • Sections, Hack Sawing Machines for, 320*, 445*
  • Roller Bearings. See Bearings
    • Road. See Road Roller
  • Rolling Mills, Cold, Design of Bearings, 569*,
  • 601*, 636*. See LETTER, 769*
    • Cold, Michell Radial Bearings, 769*
    • Sheet, Ilgner Electric Drive, 842*
    • Stock. See Carriages ; Locomotives; Wagons
  • Rolls-Royce, Ltd., 20-h.p. Motor Car, 575
  • Romford Sewage Disposal Works, Rainham Creek, 518
  • Rontgen Ravs, Analysis of Crvstal Structure, 349*, 368, 428
    • National Physical Laboratory Work, 6
    • Production by Photo-Electrons, 323
    • Scattering of, 322
    • Secondary and Tertiary Radiations, 323
  • Roof Trusses, Use of Tubular Members, 674*. See 716
  • Roofing Material, Fireproof Bitumen, Tests, 166
  • Rooney, T. E., on Estimation of Oxygen in Iron, 366
  • Ropes, Wire. See Wire Ropes
  • Rose, Sir T. K., on Nickel for Coinage, 378
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., on Hardening of Steel, 391*; on Light Alloys, 455
  • Ross, Sir A. C., on Marine Propulsion, 25
  • Rossell, Commander H. E., on Scrapping War¬ships, 714
  • Rotary Converter, Automatic Starting and Control Gear, 13*, 227*
    • Engine. See Engine ; Aeronautics
    • Pump. See Pump
    • Synchroniser, Switchboard, 107
    • Trap, Gwynne-Pennell, Centrifugal Sewage Pumps, 218*
  • Rotating Discs, Conical Profile, Stresses in, 418. See LETTER, 486
  • Rotor, Hydraulic Turbines (Vickers, Ltd.), 100*
    • Shafts, Turbo-Generator, Failures of, 418
    • Ship, Flettner, Theory of, 710, 770. See LETTER, 831*
  • Rotoscope, Investigation of Moving Machinery. 236
  • Roturbo Pump, Motor Fire Engines, 156, 386
  • Rover Motor Cycle, 652*
  • Rowe, F. W., on the Effect of Casting Tem¬perature and Heat Treatment on Proper¬ties of Bronze, 430*. Sec 409 ; on Influ¬ence of Casting Temperature and Mass on Properties of Gun Metal, 436*. See 409
  • Rowe, G., the Late, 462
  • Royal Aeronautical Society. See Aeronautical
    • Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition
    • Agricultural Society. See Agricultural
    • Danish Dockyard, Copenhagen, Cable Steamer “ Edouard Suenson,” 196*, 269*
    • Meteorological Society. See Meteorological
    • National Life-Boat Institution, Centenary, 16. See Erratum, 207
    • Saloon, Egyptian State Railways, 475*
    • Society, Kelvin Centenary Celebrations, 97. See 104
    • of Arts. See Arts
  • Royalties, Mining, and Cost of Coal, 294
  • Rubber Applications in Railway Work, 9*
    • Industry, Institution of, ‘ Prof G. S. Whitby on Acidity of Raw Rubber, 334 ;
  • E. Anderson on Sulphur, 566 ; C. W. H. Howson on Gutta Percha, 676 ; Dr. A. van Rossem on the Chemistry and Uses of Rubber Latex, 776; Major B. J. Eaton on Research Work on Rubber Plantations, 848
    • Latex, Industrial Applications, 776
    • Manufacture, Experimental Laboratory, Henley’s Cable Works, 738*
    • Plantations, Research Work on, 848
    • Raw, Acidity of, 334
    • Spongy, Heat-Insulating Material, Re¬search, 682
    • Sulphur in ,566
    • Tyres, Road Vehicles, Early Use, 681
  • Rudder Frame, H.M.S. “ Hood,” Steel Casting, 189
  • Rules, Accident Prevention, Shipbuilding Work, 333
    • Electrical Equipment of Buildings, 202
    • Home Office, Lead Poisoning, Accumulator Factories, 753
    • Life-Saving Appliances, Merchant Ships, 587
    • Shipbuilding, British Corporation, 738
    • Testing Water Power Plants, 51, 145
  • Rung, W., on Electric Power Transmission, Norway to Denmark, 114. See 78
  • Russell, J., Co., Exhibits at British Empire Exhibition, 439
  • Russia, Fuel and Power Resources, 32, 82. See 19
    • Poulkovo Observatory, Solar Spectrograph, 87*
    • Soviet Government Patent Laws, 554
    • Naval Construction Programme, 651
  • Rusting. See Corrosion
  • Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd., Electrically-Operated Excavating Machine, 299*
  • Ruths, A., on Ice Troubles, Norwegian Water Power Plants, 73
  • Ruths, Dr. J., on Steam Accumulators, 68
  • Ryder, T., & Son, Ltd., Automatic Machine for Chucking Work, 399* ; Swaging Machine, 407*

S

  • SADLER, Prof. H. C., on Self-Unloading Cargo Vessels, 723*. See Erratum, 863
  • “ Safaja,” Motor Tug for Egypt, 517*
  • Safety Lamps, Caeg Electric, for Miners, 529
    • Electric, Turbine-Driven Generator, 530*
    • of Life at Sea. See Life-Saving
    • Precautions, Power Presses, 18
  • Saint. See St.
  • Salmon River, Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge Timber Centring for, 257*
  • Saloon Coach, Royal, Egyptian State Railways, 475*
  • Salt, Effect on Concrete, 618
  • Salts, Crystallisation from Solutions, 738
  • Saltcake. Corrosion of Fireclay by Gias Furnaces, 786
  • Salvage Operations, Use of Submarine-Testing Dock for, 233*. See 373
    • German Fleet, Scapa Flow, 233*. See 373
    • Pump, Petrol-Driven, Drysdale, 218*
    • Work, Merry weather’s Pumps for, 531
  • Samsioe, A. F., on Ice Troubles, Swedish Water-Power Plants, 45. 463
  • Sandpapering Machine (Wadkin <fe Co.), 23
  • Sandstorms, Sudanese Haboobs, 592
  • Sanitation, Engineers and Public Health, 286
    • Refuse Collection, Pageflcld System, 655
  • Sankey, Capt. H. R., on the Engine and Boiler Trials Committee, 55. See LETTERS, 101 ; on Standards of Comparison, Efficiency of Steam Engines, 818*. See 835, 866*
  • Santa Chiara di Ula Dam, Sardinia, 632
  • Sardinia, Tirso Hydro-Electric Scheme, 632
  • Saurer Gear-Testing Machine, 821*
  • Sawmills, Drying Towers for Wood Waste, 39, 503
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • Scapa Flow, Salvage of German Fleet, 233*. See 373
  • Scholarships. See Education
  • Sclioles, Prof. G. E., on a Modified Tempera¬ture-Entropy Diagram, 215*
  • Schoop Process, Metal-Spraying, 409 Science, Indian Institute, Report, 674
    • Medical, and the Prevention of Disease, 265
    • Teaching in Technical Schools, 865
  • Scientific Instruments, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 129*, 278*
    • Management. See JForfcs Management
    • Methods and Industrial Economics, 865
    • Research. Seo Research
    • Societies. See Institutions
  • Scoble, Dr. W. A., Report on Wire Ropes
  • Research Committee, 856*. See 867
  • Scotland, Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders in. See Engineers
  • Scott & Hodgson, Ltd., Heavy Rolling-Mill Drives, 842*
  • Scrap, Iron and Steel, Classification of, 806
  • Screening Plant, Coal, British Empire Exhibi¬tion Colliery, 340*
  • Screens, Electrically-Heated, Ice Prevention Water Power Plants, 74
  • Screw-Cutting Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
  • Propellers. See Propellers; Aeronautics
  • Screw Thread Grinding Machine, 547*
  • Screwing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Scutcher and Lap Machine for Cotton, 13*
  • Sea Transport, Power for, 118
    • Water, Corrosion of Iron and Steel in, 775
    • Corrosion of Condenser Tubes, 378
    • Deterioration and Preservation of Struc¬tures in (Review), 589 ; Report on, 774
  • Seam-Welding Machine (A.1. Electric Welding Appliances Co.), 827*
  • Seaplanes. See Aeronautics Seas led Typo Motor Boat, 460*
  • Seaweed, Carbonisation of, Fuel-Research Board, 233
  • Sechi, G., on Submarine Design, 232
  • Secondary Battery. See Accumulator under Electric ; aLso Motor Vehicles
  • Schools and Education. See Education Sections,
  • Structural Steel, Hack-Sawing Machines for, 320*, 445*
  • “ Seekonk,” S.S., Conversion to Motor Ship, 714
  • Seine, River, Regulation Works, 682
  • Seismographs, Milne-Shaw, Correlation of Records, 410
  • Seismological Investigations, Report on, 410
  • Selenium Colourless Glass, Effect of Arsenious Oxide, 786
  • Selson Engineering Co., Ltd., Lathes, 310*, 357* ; Shaping Machine, 359* ; Forging and Upsetting Machine, 407*
  • Semenza, Dr. G., on Continuity of Operation, Electric Systems, 112
  • Semet-Solvay and Piette Coke Oven Co., Ltd., Coke Ovens, 510*
  • Semi-Portable Engine. See Engine
  • Sensitive Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., Portable Steam
  • Engine and Agricultural Tractor, 21*.
  • See 807; Steam Railway Motor Coach. 6*.
  • See Errata, 133; Roadless Tractor, 717
  • Separating Plant, Palm Kernels, 513
  • Separator, Centrifugal, for Oil, Monarch, 274
  • Settlements, Foundation, London Bridges, 641. See 102, 647, 676, 807
  • Severn Tidal Power Scheme, Preliminary Enquiry, 294
  • Sewage Disposal Works, Rainham Creek, for Romford, 518
    • Works, Sheffield, 24
    • Pumps, Centrifugal, Gwynne-Pennell Rotarv Trap, 218*
    • Purification, Bio-Aeration in, 241. See 286
    • Sludge, Horizontal Three-throw Pump, 211*
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shaft Coupling. See Coupling
    • Crank. See Crankshaft
    • Deep, Sir C. A. Parsons’ Suggested, 548
    • and Holes, Fitting of. See Gauging
    • Rotor, Turbo-Generators, Failures of, 418
  • Shaker Conveyors for Colliery Workings, 226
  • Shale Oil Distilling Plant, Crozier System, 538*
  • Somerset and Welsh, Properties and Uses, 777
  • Swedish, Oil Production Plant, 39
  • Shallow - Draught Motor Ship “ Nabha,” Hospital Service, 421*
    • Gunboats, Yarrow, 459. See LETTER, 486
  • Steamers, Propulsion, Yarrow Flap System, 459. See LETTER, 486
  • Shamva Gold Mine, South Africa, Method of Working, 204*
  • Shanks, T., <fc Co., Ltd., Planing-Machine Drive, 363
  • Shaping Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Sbatwell, H. G., on Fuel Oil Resources and Somerset Oil Shales, 777
  • Shaw, J. C., Conversion of Steamer to MotorShip, 714
  • Shear Stresses in Tapered Girders, 789*
  • Sheet Piling, Dam, Gladstone Dock Construc¬tion, 48*
    • Rolling Mills, llgner Electric Drive, 842
  • Sheets, Galvanised Iron, Testing, 825
  • Sheffield, Cutlers’ Feast, J. H. Thomas on Class Warfare, 681. See LETTER 746
  • Sewage Disposal Works, 24
  • Shells. See Projectiles
  • Shelton Iron Works, Coke Oven Plant, 510*
  • "Shenandoah,” U.S. Airship, Operations, 489
  • Sherardising Process. Inception and Develop¬ment, 277*
  • Ship Canal. See Canal; Navigation, Inland
    • under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 52, 516
    • Cost of Speed, 119
    • Design, Influence of Aeronautics, 722. See 713
    • Bow Construction for Collision, 618
    • Co-operation between Shipowners and Shipbuilders, 119
    • Diesel-Engined. See Motor Ships ; Marine Propulsion
    • Displacement and Draught, Formula Con¬necting, 26
    • Dutch, Propelling Machinery, 119
    • Electric Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
    • Flettner Rotor, Theory of, 710, 770. See LETTER 831*
    • Hospital, Conversion for Nile Tourist Service, 463*
    • Japanese, Load Line Regulations, 113
    • Laid-up Tonnage, 660
    • Merchant, Life-Saving Appliances, New Regulations, 587
    • Lloyd’s Register Book, 166
    • Losses of, Lloyd’s Statistics, 166, 267, 519, 820
    • of the World, Tonnage Owned, 98
    • Model Experiments. See Ship Resistance
    • Motor. See Motor Ships; Marine Pro¬pulsion
    • Propellers. See Propellers
    • Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers
    • Refrigerator, Design and Construction, 713
    • Fruit Transport, 743*
    • Resistance, Model Experiments, Work of Froude Tank, 334
    • and Power for Propulsion, 119
  • Salvage of. See Salvage
  • Swedish, Propelling Machinery, 148. See 120
    • Winches, Electric, Austin Constant-Current System, 734*
  • Ship. See also Marine; Motor Ships : Shipping; Steamers; Warships and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipbreaking Methods, U.S Warships. 714
  • Shipbuilders and Engineers, North-East Coast Institution of. See North-East Coast
    • in Scotland, Institution of. See Engi¬neers
    • and Shipowners, Co-operation between, 119
  • Shipbuilding, Bow Construction for Collision, 618
    • Industry, Wages in, 265
    • Naval. See Warships
    • Report of Lloyd’s Register, 656
    • Rules and Tables, British Corporation, 738
    • Vessels under Construction, Lloyd’s Statis¬tics, 52, 516
    • Work Prevention of Accidents, Report, 333
    • See also Steamers ; Naval; Warships; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipowners, Co-operation with Shipbuilders, 119
  • Shipping Annual, Brassey’s (Review). 809
    • Board, United States, Steamers. Fuel Con¬servation and Performance Standards, 714
    • Coastal, Position and Prospects. 774
    • Committee, Imperial, Depth of Colombo Harbour, 457
    • under Construction, Llovd’s Statistics, 52, 516
    • Draught of, Deepening of Colombo Harbour, 457
    • Industry, Present Position, 265
    • Laid-up Tonnage, 660
    • Losses, Lloyd’s Statistics, 166, 267, 519, 820
    • Merchant, Life-Saving Appliances, New Regulations, 587
    • Lloyd’s Register Book, 166
    • in Naval Warfare, Italian Manoeuvres, 806
    • Position and Prospects, Report of Lloyd’s Register, 656
    • of the World, Tonnage Owned, 98
    • Navigation Improvements, River St. Law¬rence, 239*, 271*. See 267
    • Panama Canal, Report, 745. See 491
    • Port Facilities, Great Britain. Report, 715 of London, Statistics, 554
    • Traffic on Great Lakes, 266
  • Shipyards, Prevention of Accidents. Report, 333
  • Shock Tests. See Impact Tests under Tests (Materials)
  • “ Shoho Maru,” Japanese Train-Ferrv Steamer, 735*
  • Shop Management. See IForAs Management
  • Shovel, Steam. See Excavating Machine Show. See Exhibition
  • Shunting Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • Siberia, Power Resources, 33. See 19
  • Side Planing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Siebe, Gorman <fe Co., Ltd., Respirators and Self-contained Diving Dress. 149*
  • Siemens-Martin Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Sieve, Rotary, Grading Coffee Berries, 542
  • Signalling Apparatus, Electrical, in Mines, Gas Ignition by, 243
    • Penang Hills Funicular Railway, 853*
    • Railway Long-Burning Oil Lamp, 9
    • Roller Bearings, Ground Connections. 9
    • Tyer Key-Token Instrument for Single Line Working, 10*
    • Tyer One Wire, Three Indication Block Instrument 10*
    • Westinghouse Double-Wire Operating System, 163*
  • Signals, Coloured, Street-Traffic Regulation, 24
  • Silica Bricks. See Firebricks
    • Electric Furnace for Fusing, 848
    • Fused, Mercury-Vapour Lamp. Kinematography, 295*
    • Lenses, Ultra-Violet Light, 296
    • Refractories, Storage of. 481
  • Sillimanite, Effect on Fireclay, 461
  • “ Silurian,” M.S., Trials, 643 *
  • Silver Solder, Standard Specifications. 261
    • Tensile Strength, Temperature and Cold Work, Relationship, 408
  • Simon, H., Ltd., Paddy Eliminator. 537
  • Simons, Win. & Co., Ltd., Naval Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 460
  • Single-Phase. See Generator : Motor; Loco¬motive ; Power; Pail way
  • Sirius Turbine Pump, 159*
  • Sirocco Mine Ventilating Fan, 160*
  • Siskin Aeroplane, 870*
  • Siskol Coal-Cutting Machine, 225*
  • Skies and Clouds, Photometric Observations, 592
  • Skin Friction in Aeronautics, Theory of, 742. See LETTER 831*
  • Slag Wool, Thermal Conductivity, Effect of Packing, 743*
    • See Metallurgy
  • Slime Pump, Robeson-Davidson. 174
  • Slot-Drilling Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Slotting Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Sloops. See Warships
  • Sludge. See Sewage
  • Sluice, Automatic Control of Opening, 432*
    • Gates, Automatic. Spillway, Tirso Dam, 635*
    • Valves, Queenston-Chippawa Hydro-Elec¬tric Development, 223*
  • Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, P. H., on Exhaust Temperatures, Diesel Engines, 544*
  • Smith <fe Coventry, Ltd., Multiple Sensitive Drilling Machine, 358* ; Boring Mill, 398* ; Worm-Gear Generator, 401* ; Slot-Drilling and Key-Seating Machine, 405*
  • Smithers, Sir A. W., the Late, 291
  • Smithfield Agricultural Show, 807
  • Smoke, Electrical Precipitation, 648. See LETTER, 676
  • Smokeless Fuel. See Coal, Lou -Temperature Carbonisation
  • Snow & Co., Ltd., Grinding Machines, 403
  • Soap, Chemistry of, British Association Papers, 480
    • Manufacture, Treatise on (Review), 189
  • Social Aspect, Power Production, 36, 37
    • Reactions of Cheap Power, 185
  • Socialism and Class Warfare, 681. See LETTER, 746
  • Societa Ansaldo San Giorgio, Submarines, 171
  • Societies, Technical and Scientific. See In¬stitutions
  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. See Motor Trade. See Labour
  • Sodium, Determination in Aluminium, 409
  • Solar Activity and Terrestrial Magnetism, 410
    • Radiation Recorders, Comparisons, 182
    • Spectrograph, Poulkovo Observatory, 87*
    • See also Sun
  • Solder, Silver, Standard Specifications, 261
  • Solutions, Chemical Salts, Crystallisation from, 738
  • Somerset Oil Shales, Properties and Uses, 777
  • Sound, Electrical Production of Vowel, 828
    • Nature of Speech, 411
    • Research in Architectural Acoustics, 411
    • Work of National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • South Africa, Durban, Electric Crane for Congella Dock, 104*. See 238
    • Irrigation Engineering (Review), 631
    • Power Production and Distribution, 35. See 19, 31, 85
    • Power Resources, 31. See 19, 35, 85
    • Rhodesia, Use of Electric Power, 85
    • African Exhibit, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 172*, 204*
    • Railways, Development, 450
    • Railways, Refrigerator Cars, Fruit Transport, 743*
    • Metropolitan Gas Company, Removal of Carbon Monoxide from Gas, 23
    • Wales Institute of Engineers, Cardiff Engineering Exhibition, 747, 766*, 808
    • West, Notes from, 15, 53, 95, 133, 167, 199, 229, 261, 291, 329, 372, 415, 453, 487, 519, 549, 583, 613, 645, 677. 707, 739, 772, 803, 833, 863. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
    • Yorkshire, Notes from, 14, 53, 95, 133, 167, 199, 229, 261, 291, 329, 373, 414, 453, 487, 518. 548, 582, 613, 644, 676. 706, 738, 771, 802, 832, 863. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Southwark Bridge, Foundation Settlements. 641. See 102, 647, 676, 807
  • Southwick Power Station, Brighton, Exten¬sions, 372*. See 415
  • Soviet Government Patent Laws, 554 ; Naval Construction Programme, 651
  • Sowden, D., <fe Sons, Circular Box Loom, 249
  • Spain, Power Resources, 32. See 19, 43, 44
    • Water Power Development, 43, 44
  • Spanish Rivers, Flow of, 43
  • Spanner, E. J., Bow Construction Ship3, 618
  • Spanners, Adjustable (Buck <fe Hickman, Ltd.), 113*
    • British Standard Specification, 748
  • Spars, Timber. Hollow, McGruer System, 304
  • Specific Gravity and After Expansion, Silica Bricks, Relationship, 482
    • Determination, Powdered Firebrick, 482
  • Specifications, Standard. See Standard; Standardisation
    • War Office Subsidy Light Lorries, 94, 136
  • Spectra, Band, and Molecular Structure, 322
    • Gases at Low Temperatures, 367
    • of Ionised Elements, 321*
    • of Nebula), 410
  • Spectrograph, Solar, Poulkovo Observatory, 87
  • Spectrum of Titanium, 322
  • Speech, Nature of, 411
  • Speed-Changing Gears. See Gear* ; Gearing; Marine Propulsion; Motor-Car Details
    • Recorder, Electrical, Magneto Generator for, 208*
    • Reduction Gears. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion ; Motor-Car Details
    • Regulation. See Governing
    • Trials. See Trials
  • Speedicut Tool Steel, 447
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Spence-Wild Reduction Gear, 251*. See 622
  • Spencer, M., & Sons, Pit-Prop Withdrawing Appliances, 528*
  • Spencer, Moulton & Co., Ltd., Applications of Rubber in Railway Work, 9*
  • Spinning Machinery for Cotton, 90*
    • Mills, Air-Humidifying Apparatus, Andrew System, 873*
  • Spirit, Motor. See Motor Fuels
  • Spongy Rubber, Heat-Insulating Material, Research, 682
  • Spot Welding Machine (A.l. Electric Welding Appliances Co.), 765*
  • Spraying Apparatus, Water, Air Humidi¬fication, Textile Mills, 873*
    • Metal, Schoop Process, 409
  • Spring-Injection System, Blackstone Oil Engine, 60*, 639*
    • Manufacture (Vickers, Ltd.), 99
  • Sprinkling Stoker. See Stoker
  • Spur Gearing. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • S.R. Boring Cutter (Vickers, Ltd.), 99
  • St. Lawrence River, Development for Power and Navigation, 239*, 271. See 267 ; Dredging Work, 438. See Erratum, 486
  • St. Pancras Power Station, Extensions and Efficiency, 642*
  • Stal-Ljungstrom Turbo-Generator, Luton Cor¬poration, Tests, 142
  • Stamping Hammers and Presses. See Machine Tools
    • Steel (Vickers, Ltd.), 99
  • Stamps, Drop. See Machine To'ds.
  • Standards Association. Sec Engineering Standards
    • Comparison, Thermal Efficiency of Steam Engines, 818*, 835, 866*
    • Electrical, International, Work of National Physical Laboratory, 6
    • Keys and Keyway*, 878
    • Light, Proposed International, 175
    • Metre, Interferometers for Calibrating, Japanese Government 491*
    • National Physical Laboratory Investi¬gations, 101
    • Piston Rings, Motor Car Engine*, 17o. bee 583
    • Radiation, Furnace as, 101
    • Rails and Sections, British Empire Exhi¬bition, 440
    • Specifications, Brass Ingots and Castings, 261
  • Standard Specifications, Cast-Iron Pots for Piston Kings, 583
  • for Copper, 425, 686, 738
  • Electric Resistance Materials, 651
  • Iron and Steel Castings, Mot-or-Car Manu¬ facture, 176
  • Oil-Engine Fuels, 692
  • Silver Solder, 261
  • for Spanners, 748
  • Valves and Kims, Pneumatic Tyres, 261
  • Specimens, Steel Analysts, 439
  • Steels, Motor-Car Construction, 181 »
  • Tests Code, Hydraulic Power Plants, 51,145
  • Terms, Telegraphy and Telephony, 142
  • United States, Bureau of. See United States
  • Yard, Design of, 129*
  • Standardisation, Colliery Requisites, 815
  • Engine and Boiler Trials, Work of Com¬mittee, 55. See LETTERS, 101. See also 818*, 835, 866*
  • Industrial, in Germany, 120, 149
  • International, in Power Measurement, 121
  • of Magnetos, 142
  • National and International Aspects, 121
  • Stanley Fire Engine Co., Motor-Fire Engine, 386*
  • Stanton, Dr. T. E., on the Measurement of Wind Pressure on Structures, 800
  • Stars, Loss of Mass by Radiation, 802
  • Starter, Cartridge-Type, Petter Oil Engine, 721*
  • Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • State Assistance, Egyptian Industries, 586
  • Chemical Activities, Historical, 448
  • Control, Colliery Industry, Report, 293
  • Management of Power Plants, 209
  • Railways. Se J Railways Stations, Power. See Power Stations
  • Statistical Investigations, Factory Accidents, Industrial Fatigue Research Board, 709. See 701, 746, 810 Statistics, Trade. See Trade
  • Stator Windings, Electric Welding Machine, 764*
  • Steam Accumulators, Use in Factories and Power Plants, 68*
  • Boats. See Steamers • Boilers. See Boilers
  • Condensation. See Condensation
  • Consumption, 15,000 kw. British-Thomson Houston Turbo-Generator, 704
  • Turbo-Generator, Tests over Three Years, 668 See also Trials
  • Engines. See Engines
  • Exhaust, Reciprocal Utilisation in In¬dustries, 75
  • Generation, Electrically-Heated Boilers, 127, 449
  • Extra High Pressures, 432, 588. See 41, 181*
  • United States, Recent Practice, 42
  • Heating, Automatic Temperature Control, 628*
  • Extraction from Turbines, 41, 744. See 503
  • Lorries. See Motor Wagons; Tractors
  • Meters, Use in Boiler Trials, 56. See LETTERS, IOI
  • Natural, Power Production from, 78
  • Navvy. See Excavating Machine
  • Piping, Mallet Simple Locomotive, 8601 See 795*
  • Power Production, United States, Current Practice, 39
  • Raising, Coke as Fuel, 40, 82
  • Reheating. See Turbines, Steam
  • Roller. See lioad Roller
  • Shovel. See Excavating Machine
  • Superheater. See Superheater; Super¬heating
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Trials. See Trials
  • Tug and Water-Boat “ Lord Combermcrc,” for Barbados, 370*. See Erratum, 415
  • Turbines. See Turbines
  • Users’ Association. See Manchester
  • Wagons. See Motor Wagons; Tractors Steamer “ Aurania,” Cunard Line, 380
  • Bow Construction for Collision, 618
  • Cable-Laying, “ Edouard Suenson,” 196*, 269*
  • Cargo, with Unloading Conveyors, Great 1 Lakes, 723*. See Erratum, 863 under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 52, 516
  • Cost of Speed, 119
  • Displacement and Draught, Formula Con¬necting, 26
  • Draught of, Deepening of Colombo Har¬bour, 457
  • “ Drottningholm,” Geared-Turbine Machin¬ery, 841*
  • Dutch, Propelling Machinery, 119
  • Electric Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Geared Turbines. See Marine Propulsion Hospital, Conversion for Tourist Service, 463*
  • Hull Resistance and Power for Propulsion, 119
  • Japanese, Load-Line Regulations, 113
  • Lald-up Tonnage, 660 ,
  • Launching of. See Launching
  • Lost, Lloyd’s Statistics, 166, 267, 519, 820
  • “ Mauretania,” Cunard Line, Record Voy¬ages, 424 ;
  • Repairs to Turbines, 424* Merchant, Life-Saving Appliances, New
  • Regulations, 587 — Llovd’s Register Book, 166 — of the World, Tonnage Owned, 98 “ Orama,” Orient Line, 543*, 601*, 643 “ Oronsav,” Orient Lino, launch, 265 Paddle, Conversion to Stern-Wheelers, 463*
  • Propulsion of. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines; Turbines; Propellers
  • Refrigerator, Design and Construction, 713
  • Fruit Transport, 743*
  • Resistance of. See Ship Resistance
  • Salvage of. See Salvage “ Seekonk,” Conversion to Motor Ship, 714
  • Shallow-Draught, Propulsion, Yarrow Flap
  • System, 459. See LETTER, 486
  • Swedish, Propelling Machinery, 148. See 120
  • Steamer, Train Ferry, Japanese, “ Shoho Maru,” 73a *
    • United States Shipping Board, Fuel Con¬servation and Performance Standards, 714
    • “ Virginian,” Propelling Machinery See “ Drottninqholm "
    • See also Engines ; Marine Propulsion ; Ship-building; Shipping; Ships; Turbines;
  • Warships; PARAGRAPH INDEX Steamships. See Ships; Steamers ; Warships Steel,
  • Acid Pickling of. Tinplate Manufacture, 365
    • Balls, Compression of, Formula, 101
    • Hardness Tests, Improvements, 367
    • Castings, British Empire Exhibition, 189*, 438, 440
    • Motor-Car Manufacture, Standard Speci¬fications, 176
    • Rudder Frame, H.M.S. ” Hood,” 189*
    • Vikro Heat-Resisting, 99
    • Steel Co. of Scotland, Ltd., Exhibit at British Empire Exhibition, 439*
    • Cobalt, for Permanent Magnets, 274*, 302*. See 286
    • Corrosion. See Corrosion
    • Ducol High Tensile, 100
    • Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
    • Furnaces. See Furnaces
    • Heat Treatment of. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
    • Hopper Coal Wagon, 42-ton, Bengal-
    • Nagpur Railway, 279*
    • Hydrogen Diffusion in, 365
  • *Industry, Belgian, Statistics, 838
    • German, Present Position, 228
    • Indian, 509, 537
    • Position of, 365
    • South Africa, 205*
    • United States, Power Production and Use, 84
  • Ingots and Forgings, Clink Detector, 658
  • Inner Structure and Effect of Stress, 715
  • Manganese, Heat Treatment of, 411
  • Manufacture. See Metallurgy
  • Microstructure of. See Microphotographs ; Metallography
  • Nickel, Bladiug of English Electric Co.’s Turbo-Generator, 762*
    • Influence of Mass on Heat Treatment, 5
    • Pipes and Tubes, British Empire Exhibition, 439
  • Plates, Oxygen-Jet Cutting Machine, God¬frey, 124*
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Products, British Empire Exhibition, 99*, 438*
  • Quenching Stresses, Calculation, 285, 343
  • Rails. See Rails ; Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Railway Wagon, 20-Ton (Cambrian Wagon Co., Ltd.), 766; 42-ton, Bengal-Nagpur Railway, 279*
  • Range of Repetition Stresses, Effect of High Temperature, 500, 532*. See 284
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills Ropes. See Wire Ropes
  • Scrap, Classification of, 806 Sections, Hack-Sawing Machines, 320*, 445
  • Sheet Piling Dam, Gladstone Dock Con¬struction, 48*
  • Standard, Motor-Car Construction, 181
  • Specimens for Analysis, 439
  • Stress Distribution in. See Stress; Tests (Materials)
  • Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • Tool, High-Speed, Nature of, 347, 393
  • Machine Tool Exhibition, 447
  • Testing Machine for, 446*
  • Tubes, Use for Structural Work, 674*. Sec 716
  • Vibrac Molybdenum, 187*; Oxygen
  • Cylinder, 187*. See Errata, 423
  • Volume Changes in Heat Treatment, 351*
  • Wire, Manufacture of, 630
  • Steelwork, Structural (Dorman, Long & Co., Ltd.), 440
  • Use of Tubular Members, 674*. See 716
  • Works. See Works
  • Sterne, L., & Co., Ltd., High-Speed Ammonia Compressor, 694*
  • Stern-Wheel Steamers, Converted Hospital Ships. 463*
  • Stevens Petrol-Electric Road Vehicles, 689
  • Stewarts & Lloyds, Ltd., Exhibit, British Empire Exhibition, 439
  • Still Marine Oil Engine, Advantages, 84
  • Stirk, J., <fc Sons, Ltd., Hilomill Vertical Boring and Turning Mill, 313* ; Planing
  • Machines, 362* ; Split-Field Electric
  • Drive for Planing Machines, 362* ; Velo- mill Boring Mill, 398*
  • Stockton & Bunn, Ltd., Lapointe Broaching Machine, 442*
  • Stoker, Chain-Grate, for Peat, 41*
  • Mechanical, Cardiff Engineering Exhibition, 766
  • Internally-Fired Boilers, Lea Coal-Mea¬suring Apparatus, 598*
  • Stone, J., <fe Co., Ltd., Electrical Equipment,
  • Kitchen Car, L. & N. E. Railway, 480
  • Stone Dusting, Collieries, Materials for, 675 ; Machine for, 808
  • Stoney, Dr. G., on Proportioning Impulse Blades and Nozzles, 473*
  • Stop Valves. See Valves
  • Storage Battery. See Accumulator under Electric; Motor Vehicles
  • Steam, Dr. Ruth’s System, 68*
  • Storek-Kaplan Hydraulic Turbine, 183*. See 63
  • Stork, C. F., on Steam Turbines for High Pressures, 69*. See 45
  • Stoves, Drying, Foundry Work, Gas and Coke Firing, 470
  • Straits Settlements, Penang Hills Railway, 664*, 726*, 789*, 852*
  • Strauss Bascule Bridge, River Bann, Ireland, 758*
  • Street Lighting Engineers and Superintendents, Institution of, Conference, 457 — in Glasgow, 458
  • London, Inclined Crossings at Junctions, 641, 648
  • Railway. See Tramways
  • Street Traffic Congestion, London, 561. See 522, 640, 647
    • Regulation, Coloured Signals, 24
    • See also Roads
  • Strength of Materials. See Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • Stresses, Alternating and Combined. See Tests (Materials) .
    • Complex, Report of British Association Committee, 286. See 506 in
  • Crankshafts, Estimation of, 418
  • Distribution, Eccentrically-Loaded Founda¬tion Blocks, 763*
  • Earth, Due to Loaded Surface, 1*, 156*
  • Effects on Metals, Influence of Inner Struc¬ture, 715
  • in Hooks, United States Investigations, 491
  • Internal, in Brass Tubes, Measurement, 378
  • Measurements, Westminster Bridge, 296
  • Optical Determination of. See Optical Quenching, in Steel, Calculation, 285, 343*. See LETTER, 641
  • Recorder, the Cambridge, 287
  • Repetitions. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • in Rotating Discs, Conical Profile, 418. See LETTER, 486
  • Shear, in Tapered Girders, 789*
  • Stretcher-Bar Mine-Haulage Gear, 733*
  • Strikes. See Labour
  • Stroboscope, Ashdown, Investigation of Moving Machinery, 236
  • Stromeyer, C. E., Criticism of New Factory Bill, 334
  • Strowger Automatic Telephones, York, 862
  • Structural Steel Sections, Hack Sawing Machines for, 320*, 445*
  • Steelwork. See Steelwork
  • Structures, Ferro-Concrete. See Ferro Concrete,
  • Marine, Deterioration of, Report, 774; (Review), 589
  • Wind Pressure on, Measurement. 800
  • ” Stuart,” H.M. Flotilla Leader, 421
  • Stuart, J., the Late, 706
  • Stuart-Street Power Station, Manchester, Turbo Generator Tests, 668
  • Stub Lathe, Sundstrand, 357*
  • Styer, Capt. W. D., on Hydraulic Sea-Going Hopper Dredgers, 713
  • Styrian Water Power Developments, 78
  • Submarine Boats. See Warships
  • Telegraphs. See Telegraphs
  • Subsidy, War Office, Light Lorries, Specifica¬tion, 94, 136 .
  • Sub-Stations, Automatic Equipment. British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., 13*, 227* ;
  • Peebles-Reyrolle System, 323*
  • Hendon-Edgware Extension Railway, 227*
  • Mercury-Vapour Rectifiers, 782*, 845*
  • Suction Dredger. See Dredger
  • Gas Engine. See Engine, Gas
  • Producer. Sec Producer
  • Sudan Sandstorms, Haboobs, Notes on, 592
  • Suds Fire Engine for Oil Fires, 530*
  • Suez Canal, Proposed Deepening, 457
  • Sugar, Mechanical Crystallisation, 738
  • Sulphur in Rubber Industry, 566
  • Sulphuric Acid Manufacture, Report, 127
  • Sulzer Brothers, Refrigeration Plant, Brewers’ Exhibition, 649;
  • Saurer Gear-Testing Machine, 821*
  • Sun, Loss of Mass by Radiation, 802
  • Setting, Experimental Demonstration of Green Flash, 410
  • See also Solar
  • Sunbeam Motor Car, 609*
  • Sundby, Prof. G., on Rules for Testing Water Power Plants, 145
  • Sunderland Gear Planer, Double Helical Gears, 363* ; Cutter Grinder for, 365*
  • Sundstrand Stub Lathe, 357*
  • Sunshine Harvesting Machine, 383
  • Suorva Dam, Sweden, Design, 76
  • Super Microscope for Metallography, 514
  • Superheaters, Cardiff Engineering Exhibition, 768
  • Locomotive. See Locomotive Superheating in Marine Practice, 669
  • Surface Condensers. See Condensers
  • Grinding Machine. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • Survey of North-West Greenland, Danish Expedition, 344
  • Physical and Chemical, of Coal, 232. See 19, 31, 552
  • Surveying, Photographic. Gordon System, 142
  • Tacheometry, Use of Horizontal Staff, 505
  • Swaging Machine, 5-Hammer (T. Ryder <fc Son, Ltd.), 407*
  • Swan, Hunter & Wighara Richardson, Ltd.,
  • S.S. “ Aurania,” 380 ; Naval Construction Work, 460 : Motor Seasled, 460*
  • “ Swanley,” Motor Ship, Maideu Voyage, 229
  • Swansea Waterworks, Jet Dispersers, Water Discharge from Reservoir, 247
  • Swash-Plate Engine, Armstrong, Gun Mount¬ings, 187*
  • Sweden, Electric Power in Agriculture, 116
  • Power Distribution, 79
    • Electro-Metallurgy in, 117
    • Engineering Education, 122
    • Fuel and Power Resources, 32, 38, 43
    • Hydraulic Turbine Design, 63
    • Industrial Research in, 115
    • Standardisation, 121
    • Oil-Engino Developments, 105. See 83
    • Power Policy, 35
    • Railway Electrification, 118
    • Water Power in, 43 Swedish Arch-Dam Design, 76
    • Oil Shales, Oil Production Plant, 39
    • Practice, Steam Power Plants, 503
    • Ships, Propelling Machinery, 148. See 120
    • Tramways, Electric Power Supply, 118
    • Water-Power Plants, Ice Troubles, 45, 463. See 73
  • Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works, Oil-
  • Engine Driven Shunting Locomotive, 701
  • Switch, Gate-End (Switchgear <fe Cowans, Ltd.), 180*
  • Motor Starting. See Motors, Electric Switchboard, Flame Proof, Colliery Work (Mavor & Coulson, Ltd.), 224*
  • Switchboard, Ironclad Pedestal Type (Erskine, Heap & Co., Ltd.), 107*
  • Switchgear, Air-Break Circuit Breaker (G. Ellison), 51*
    • Automatic Substation Equipment, British Thomson-Houston, 13*, 227* ; Peebles- Reyrolle System, 323* : Hendon-Edgware Extension Railway, 227*
    • Circuit Breaker, British Thomson-Houston High-Speed Automatic, 14*
    • Breaker. 66,000 Volt Three Phase, New¬foundland Water Power Plant. 127*
    • Breaker, High and Low Speed, Rey¬rolle, 326*
  • Switchgear <fe Cowans, Ltd., Switchgear and Induction Regulators, 180*
  • Switchgear, Draw-Out Truck Type (Erskine, Heap <fe Co., Ltd.), 106* : (Switchgear & Cowans. Ltd.), 180* : (Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd.), 468*
    • Electric Winding Engine, Penang Hills Railway, 852*. See 789*
    • Gate-End Box, Colliery Work (Mavor & Coulson, Ltd.), 224*
    • High-Tension, Colliery (Metropolis n-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd?, 49*
    • Ironclad, Oil Immersed (Switchgear & Cowans, Ltd.), 180*
    • Low-Tension. Colliery (G. Ellison), 50*
    • Recent Swedish Designs, 80
    • United States Power Stations, 110
  • Switzerland. Electric Iron Smelting, Resist¬ance of Coke and Charcoal, 637
    • Power Resources, 32. See 19
  • " Sycamore,” M.S.. Trials of Diesel Engines, 730, 750*, 784*, 708
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Competitive Designs, 129*, 169. See LETTER, 198*
  • Sykes Gear-Tooth Comparator, 822*
  • Synchro-Balance System, Internal-Combustion Engines, 593*. See 22
  • Synchroniser, Rotary, Switchboard (Erskine, Heap & Co., Ltd.), 107
  • Synchronous Motors, Use as Condensers, 109
  • Synthetic Ammonia Manufacture, Haber Process. Franco-German Agreement, 263. See 372
    • Manufacture, Recent Developments, 263. See 372
    • Production, Report, 116
    • Cast Iron, Production from Steel Scrap, 276
  • Systems, Shop. Sec H’orZ-s Management

T

  • TABLES, Shipbuilding, British Corporation, 738
  • Tacheometry, Use of Horizontal Staff, 505
  • Tangyes, Ltd., Centrifugal Pumps, 5 ; Vertical Ram Pump, 22*
  • Tank, Experimental, Froude National, Report on Work, 334
    • Experiments, Cavitation, United States Warships, 717*. See LETTER, 769
    • Propeller Models, Comparisons, 713
    • See also Ship Resistance
    • Locomotives. Seo Locomotives
    • Ships, Motor. See Motor
  • Tapered Girders, Shear Stresses in, 789*
  • Tar Distillation, Report on Alkali Works, 128
  • Tasmania, Great Lake Hydro-Electric Scheme, Self-Closing Valve for Pipe Line, 143
  • Tatham, W., Ltd., Carding Engine, 89
  • Taxation, Effect on British Industries, 618
    • Effects on Motor Cars, 553
  • Taylor, H. B., on Hydraulic Reaction Turbines, 71. See 45
  • Taylor. Rear-Admiral D. W., Comparisons of Model Propeller Experiments, 713
  • Teaching. See Education
  • Technical College and Education. See Educa¬tion
    • Costs and Estimates, 582. See 433
    • Societies. See and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Teeth, Gear. See Gear
  • Telegraph Cable, Continuous Loading, New York-Azores, 461
    • Laying Steamer " Edouard Suenson,” 196*, 269*
  • Telegraphy, 100 Years’ Progress, 194. See 266
    • Standard Terms, 142
    • Wireless, Amateur Transmitters and the Post Office, 457
    • Direction Finding, Report, 866
    • Electrical Production, Vowel Sounds, 828
    • Manufacture of Thermionic Valves, 456, See 492*
    • Marconi Beacon Station, Nash Point, 582
    • Marconi Beam System, 17, 836
    • Possible Developments, 56
    • Rectifying and Transmitting Valves, 492*
    • Time Signals, International Investiga¬tions, 410
    • Use of Short Wave Lengths, 17, 836
    • Work of National Physical Laboratory, 6
    • See also Valves, Thermionic
    • See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Telephones, Automatic, Strowger System, York, 862
    • Systems (Review), 663
    • Exchanges, Automatic, Relay System, Chatham Dockyard and Hospital. 373
    • Head-Band, Manufacture, British Thomson- Houston Co., Ltd., 747*
  • Telephony, Progress with, 195. See 266
    • Standard Terms, 142
    • Wireless, Amateur Transmitters and Post Office, 457
    • Broadcasting, Educational Value, 122
    • Chelmsford Transmitting Station, 494*
    • Manufacture of Head Telephones, 747*
    • Manufacture of Thermionic Valves, 456. See 492*
    • Marconi Beam System, 17, 836
    • Possible Developments, 56
    • Rectifying and Transmitting Valves, 492*
    • Use of Short Wave Tenths, 17, 836
    • See also Valves, Thermionic
    • See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Telescopes, Measuring, Fractional Reading Graticule for, 101*
  • Telford, Grier Mackav, Ltd., Wind-Driven
  • Electric Lighting Plants, 60 Tell-Tales, Lubrication (Hawthorn. Leslie it Co., Ltd.). 122*
  • Temperature Control, Automatic, Electric Fur¬naces, 451* ; Gas Furnaces and Stcarn Heating, 628*
  • Entropy Diagrams, Carville and North Tees Power Stations, 58*
  • Diagram, Gaseous Working Substance, 215*
  • Fluctuations, Waldeck Reservoir Dam, 425
  • Gas, Measurement by Thermo-Couples, 686
  • Gradients, Gases, at Various Pressures, 686
  • Measurement and Fuel Economy, 40
  • See also Pyromet r ; Thermometer
  • Tempering. See Heat Treatment under Metal¬lurgy
  • Tempest, Sir P., the Late. 649
  • Tenders, Locomotive. Sec Locomotive
  • Tenoning Machine, Sash and Door Work, 298
  • Tensile Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Teredo, Resistance of B. rmese Timber to, 508, 548
  • Timber Destruction in Sea Water, 775
  • Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Terrestrial Magnetism. See Magnetism
  • Terry, S. H., the Late, 832
  • Terry Motion for Towelling Looms, 249
  • Testing Apparatus, Insulating Oils, De Laval-Watson, 877*
  • Appliances, Gear Teeth, 696*, 821
  • Galvanised Iron Sheets, 825*
  • Machine, Alternating Stress, the Olsen, 813
  • Alternating Stress, University of Illinois, 582*. See 284, 658*
  • for Files, 447
  • Hack-Saw Blades, 445*
  • Hardness, for Dynamic Tests, 844*
  • for Tool Steel, 446*
  • See also Tests (Materials)
  • Water Power Plants, Uniform Rules, 51, 145 See also Tests (Materials): Trials
  • Tests, Conductivity, Insulating Materials for Cold Stores, 742*
  • Engine and Boiler, Tabulating Results,
  • Work of Committee, 55. See LETTERS, 101. See also 818*. 835, 866*
  • Ferrocrete Quick-Hardening Cement, 867
  • Hydraulic Turbines, Lawaczeck Type, 851*
  • Magnetic. See Magnetic
  • Tests (Materials) :—
  • Alternating Stress Testing Machine, Olsen, 813*
  • Testing Machine, University of Illinois, 582*. See 284, 658*
  • Tests, Effect of Initial Stresses, 343*. See 285
  • Tests, Evidence for Fatigue Limits, 580*, 658*. See 284
  • Tests, Influence of Elastic Limit on Breakdown, 793, 813*
  • Tests, Steel, Effect of High Tempera¬ture on Repetition Range, 500, 532*. See 284
  • Tests, Steel at High Temperatures, 793, 844
  • Tests, Work of Fatigue Panel, Aeronautical Research Committee, 245. See 284
  • Creeping of Steel in Tensile Tests, 793, 816*, 843*
  • Elastic Limit, Tensile, Influence on Fatigue Breakdown, 793, 813*
  • Extensometer, High-Temperature Tensile Tests, 816*
  • Hardness Testing Machine for Dynamic Tests, 844*
  • Tests, Brinell, of Copper, Effect of Cold Rolling, 386*, 408
  • Brinell, Improvements in Balls, 367
  • Brinell, Rapid Evaluation of Num¬bers, 486
  • Bronze, Effect of Casting Tempera¬ture and Heat Treatment, 430. See 409
  • Electro-Deposited Metals, 599
  • Gun Metal, Effect of Casting Temperature and Mass, 436*. See 409
  • Static and Dynamic, Steel at High Temperatures, 844*. See 793
  • Impact Tests, Bronze, Effect of Casting Temperature and Heat Treatment, 430*. See 409
  • Gun Metal, Effect of Casting Tem¬perature and Mass, 436*. Sec 409
  • Notched Bar, Dimensional Problem, 286
  • Magnetic Tests. See Magnetic
  • Metals, Plastic Deformation, Effect of Free Surfaces, 366
  • Notched-Bar Impact Tests. See Impact Tests (above)
  • Repeated-Bending Tests, Wires and Wire Ropes, 856*, 867
  • Stress Determination, Optical. See Optical Stresses in Materials and Structures. See Stress
  • Tensile Tests, Bronze, Effect of Casting Temperature and Heat Treatment, 430*. See 409
  • Creeping of Steel in, 793, 816*, 843
  • Elastic Limit, Influence on Fatigue Breakdown, 793, 813*
  • Gun Metal, Effect of Casting Tem¬perature and Mass, 436*. See 409
  • High Temperature, Extensometer for, 816*
  • Steel, High and Low Temperatures, 793, 816*, 843*
  • Wires, Effect of Temperature and (Jold Work, 408
  • Testing Machine, Alternafing Stress, the Olsen, 813*
  • Alternating Stress, University of Illinois, 582*. See 284, 658*
  • Hardness, for Dynamic Tests, 844*
  • Wires and Wire Ropes, Repeated Bending Tests, 856*, 867
  • Tests, Repeated Bending, Wires and Wire Ropes, 856*, 867
  • Tests, Stal-Ljungstrdm Turbo Generator, Luton Corporation, 142
  • Steam Turbine with Multiple Exhaust, Bristol, 253*
  • Turbo Generator and Condensing Plant, Manchester Power Station, 608
  • 15,000 kw. Turbo Generator, Grove Road Power Station, 704
  • Volumetric Glassware, National Physical Laboratory, 378
  • Water-Tube Boilers, High Pressures, 181*. See 41
  • Gas Plants, Analysis of Results, 682
  • Text Books. See LITERATURE INDEX Textile Industry, Use of Electric Power, 85
  • Machinery, Cotton Preparing, Spinning and
  • Weaving, British Empire Exhibition, 11*, 89*, 247*
  • Mills, Air-Humidifying Apparatus, Andrew System, 873*
  • Thames Bridges, London, and Cross River Traffic, 641, 647
  • Thermal Conductivity, Insulating Materials, Cold Stores, Tests, 742*
  • Measurement, National Phvsical Labora¬tory, 279*
  • Spongy Rubber, 682 Efficiency, Steam Turbines, 469
  • Electric Power Stations, 377
  • Marine Oil Engines, Report, 730, 750*, 784*, 798
  • Steam Engines, Comparison Standards, 818*, 835, 866*
  • Steam Turbines, Improvement of, 63*. See 45
  • 15,000 kw., Turbo Generator, 704
  • Thermal, Syndicate, Ltd., Silica Mercury-Vapour Lamp and Lenses, 295*
  • Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Thermionic Valves. See Valves ; Telegraphy, Wireless ; Telephony, Wireless
  • Thermo-Couples, Measurement of Gas Tem¬peratures, 686
  • See also Pyrometer
  • Thermodynamics, Efficiency of Steam Tur¬bines, 469
  • Gas Engines, Missing Pressure and Heat Loss, 605, 623*, 629*, 679, 684. See , LETTERS, 641, 704, 746
  • Mercury-Vapour Turbine, 42
  • Power Station Design, North Tees and Carville, 57*
  • Steam Generation, Extra-High Pressures, 41, 181*, 432. See 588
  • Turbine, Improving Thermal Efficiency, 63*. See 45
  • Turbines, Advantages of High Pressures, 69*, 178, 470. See 45, 65, 588
  • Turbines, Regenerative Feed Heating, 57*, 64*, 469, 818*, 835, 866*
  • Turbines, Reheating of Steam, 57*, 65*, 470. See 818*
  • Temperature-Entropy Diagrams, Carville and North Tees Power Stations, 58*
  • Entropy Diagram, Gaseous Working Substance, 215*
  • Thermal Efficiency, Steam Engines, Com¬parison Standards, 818*, 835, 866*
  • Work of Lord Kelvin, 97. See 104
  • Thermometer Testing, National Physical Laboratory, 6
  • Wet and Dry Bulb, Humidity Measurements, 278*
  • See also Pyrometer
  • Thomas Gas Meter, 182*. See Errata, 262
  • Thomas, J. H., on Class Warfare, 681. See LETTER, 746
  • Thomas Transmission, Road Vehicles, 689*
  • Tho npson, Dr. F. C., on the Plastic Deforma¬tion of Metals, 366; on the Inner Struc¬ture of Metals, 715
  • Thomson, C., the Late, 549
  • Thomson, Prof. Elihu, on Unsolved Problems in Electrical Engineering, 56; Award of Kelvin Medal to, 97. See 104 ; on the Franklin Institute, 745
  • Thomson, Sir J. J., Kelvin Oration, 97. See 104
  • Thomson, R. W., Pioneer Work, Mechanical Transport, 681
  • Thornton, Sir H., on Railway Transportation in Canada, 266
  • Thornton, Prof. W. M., Work on Electricity in Mines, 243
  • Thorny croft, J. I., & Co., Ltd., Naval Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 420* ; Motor Launch of Indian Timber, 508*
  • Threads, Screw. See Screw
  • Three-Phase. See Generator; Motor; Loco¬motive ; Power ; Railway
  • Threshing and Reaping Machine Combined, the Sunshine, 383
  • Throttle Valve. See Valve
  • Thrust Bearing. See Rearing
  • Measuring Gear, Michell Hydraulic, Marine Diesel Engine Trials, 785*
  • Tidal Power, River Severn Scheme, Pre¬liminary Enquiry, 294
  • Tigris Hospital Steamers, Conversion for Nile Tourist Service, 463*
  • Timber, Canadian Resources, 138*, 539
  • Centring, Ferro-Concrete Arch Bridge, 257*
  • Clearing, Trewhella Jacks and Winches. 383
  • Drying, Experimental Investigations, 775
  • Foundations, London Bridges, Settlement, 641. See 102, 647, 676, 807
  • Indian and Burmese, British Empire Exhibition, 507*. See 539, 548
  • New Zealand, British Empire Exhibition, 290
  • Piles, Deterioration and Preservation (Review), 589. See 775
  • Spars, Hollow, McGruer System, 304*
  • Structures, Deterioration in Sea Water, Report, 775. See 589
  • Time Signals, Wireless, International In¬vestigations, 410
  • Timoschenko, Prof. S., on the Deflection of Circular Plates, 286
  • Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Box Manufacture, Safety Precautions with Power Presses, 18
  • and Tinplate Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Tinplate Manufacture, Pickling of Steel, 365
  • Tipping Wagons, Motor. See Motor Wagons
  • Tipplers for Colliery Tubs, British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 339*
  • Tirso River Hydro-Electric Scheme, Sardinia, 632*
  • Titanium, Influence on Iron Castings, 113
    • Spectrum of, 322
  • Tizard, H. T., on Fuels for Internal-Combustion Engines, 616
  • Tolerances in Machine Work. See Gauging
  • Tool Grinder. See Grinding under Machine Tools
    • Machine. See Machine Tools
    • Pneumatic. See Machine Tools
    • Room Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
    • Steel. See Steel
  • Toothed Gears. See Gear ; Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • Toronto Harbour and Water Supply, 266
    • International Mathematical Congress. Hon.
  • Sir C. A. Parsons on the Steam Turbine, 469; Prof. Sir J. B. Henderson on Teaching Mathematics, 491
  • &Meeting, British Association. See British Association
  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers. See Warships
  • Torque Measurements, Marine Diesel Engine
  • Trials, 731. See 785
  • Torsion Tests. See Tests (Materials}
  • Torsionmeter, Moullin, Marine Diesel Engine Trials, 731. See 785
  • Tosi Marine Diesel Engine, 83; Trials of M.S. “ Silurian,” 643; Trials of M.S. “ Sycamore,” Report, 730, 750*, 784*, 798
  • Tourist Steamers, River Nile, Converted Hospital Ships, 463*
  • Town Gas. See Gas
  • Trackless Trolley System, Road Traction. See Railless
  • Traction Dynamometer. See Dynamometer
    • Electric. See Railways ; Railless ; Tramways
    • Engine, Steam, Compound (Marshall, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 810*
  • Tractor, Agricultural, Rein-Drive (J. Fowler <fc Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 20, 59*
    • Steam Sentinel, 21*. See 717*
    • Uses of, 382
    • Steam, Chain-Track Type, Sentinel, 717*. See 21*
  • Trade, British, Effect of Taxation, 618
    • British Engineering, and German Repara¬tions, 695, 725, 757
    • Export, Development, 680
    • Motor Cycle Exports, 652
    • Need for Overseas Investments, 617
    • Overseas, and International Competition, 298
    • Present Position, 617
    • with Turkey and Colombia, Development, 680
    • Coal, British Prices and United States Exports, 518*, 521
    • Disputes. See Labour
    • of Dutch East Indies, Report, 832
    • Egyptian, Report on, 586
    • Exhibition. See Exhibition
    • French, Present Position, 332
    • German Iron and Steel, Present Position, 228
    • Indian Import and Export, Statistics, 276, 306
    • Iron and Steel, Position of, 365
    • Lithuanian, Report, 268
    • Unions. See Labour ; Industrial Notes
  • Traffic, Road, Census of, 837
    • Street, Regulation, Coloured Signals, 24
  • Trailer Fire Pumps. See Fire Pumps
  • Train-Ferry Steamer, Japanese, ” ShohoMani,” 735*
    • See also Railway
  • Training. See Education ; Apprentices
  • Tramways, Birmingham Area, Mercury-Vapour Sub-stations, 783*, 845*
    • Comparisons with Railless-Electric and Petrol Vehicles, 719. See 688
    • Construction, Schemes in Parliament, 777
    • and London Traffic Problem, 522. See 640, 647
    • Swedish, Electric Power Supply, 118
    • Wheels, Tyres and Axles, British Empire Exhibition, 438, 439
    • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Transformers, Calcium-Chloride Breathers, 802*
    • Colliery Work, Metropolitan-Vickers, 49*
    • Fottinger Hydraulic, Diesel-Engine Drive, M.S. “ Vulcan,” 92*, 369*
    • High-Tension Testing, Henlev’s Cable Works, 737*
    • Induction Regulators (Switchgear & Cowans, Ltd.), 181*
    • Oil. De Laval-Watson Testing Apparatus, 877*
    • Filter Press for, 768*
    • United States Power Stations, 109
    • Weirs, Utilisation of Low-Head Water Power, 435*
  • Transmission, Electric, Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
    • Gear. See Gear ; Gearing ; Marine Propul¬sion ; Motor-Car Details
    • of Power. See Marine Propulsion ; Power Transmission
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Coastal Shipping and Railway Competition, 774
  • and the Development of South Africa, 450
  • Facilities, French African Colonies, 674
  • Institute of, Congress at British Empire Exhibition, 450 ; Presidential Address by Sir L. Macassey, on the London Traffic Problem, 522; A. E. Bassom on London Traffic, 651 ; Sir A . Read, on Coastal Shipping, 774
  • London, Work of the Engineer, 640, 647. See LETTERS, 676
  • Ministry of, Report on Railway Accidents, 484 ; ^Report on Railway Employees, 524 ; Road Improvements, London Area, 571* ; Census of Road Traffic, 837 Motor See Road : Motor Railway. See Railway Road. See Road ; Motor ; Railless Sea, Power for, 118
  • and Rail, Fruit, Cold Storage, 743*
  • Transport Work, United States, Internal-Com¬bustion Engines for, 117
  • Tiansverter, High-Tension Direct-Current Power Transmission, 14, 81
  • Trap, Rotary, Centrifugal Sewage Pumps, 218*
  • Travelling Crane. See Crane
  • Travers, Dr. W. M., on Tests of Water Gas Plants, 682
  • Travers-Clark System, Gas Manufacture, 23
  • Trewhella Jacks and Winches, Timber Clearing, 383
  • Trials, Engine and Boilers, Tabulating Results, Work of Committee 55. See LETTERS, 101. See also 818*, 835, 866*
  • Light Two-Seater Aeroplanes, at Lympne, 525*. See 232, 549, 652
  • Marine Oil Engines, Report, 730, 750*, 784*, 798
  • Motor Ship “ Silurian,” 643
  • Tanker ” British Aviator,” 236, 369
  • Parker Low-Temperature Carbonisation Plant, 588*
  • Stal-Ljungstrom Turbo Generator, Luton Corporation, 142
  • Steam Turbine, with Multiple Exhaust, Bristol, 253*
  • Steamer “ Orama,” 643. See 543*, 601*
  • 15,000-k.w. Turbo Generator, Grove Road Power Station, 704
  • Turbo Generator and Condensing Plant, Manchester Power Station, 668
  • Water-Tube Boilers, High Pressures, 181*. See 41
  • Yarrow Boiler, Londonderry Power Station, 177* See also Tests
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines, Steam
  • Tripoli, Port of, Position and Possibilities, 838
  • Tritton, F. S., on Iron and Oxygen, 366
  • Trolley, Trackless, Road Traction. See Bailless
  • Trough Conveyor for Colliery Workings, 227
  • Trucks, Railway. See Wagons See also Bogie
  • Tubes, Bending Machines for. See Machine Tools
  • Brass and Copper, British Empire Exhibition, 335
  • Measurement of Internal Stresses, 378
  • Condenser, Corrosion of, 335, 378
  • Manufacture (Vickers, Ltd.), 99
  • Railways. See Underground Railways
  • Steel, British Empire Exhibition, 439
  • Use for Structural Work, 674*. See 716
  • See also Pipes
  • Tubs, Colliery, Creepers and Tipplers, Coal-Screening Plant, 338*
  • Gate-End Conveyor for Loading, 227*
  • Weighing Machine for, 338
  • Tug, Motor, Diesel-Electric System, New York Harbour, 714
  • Oil-Engine Driven, Egyptian Government, 517*
  • Steam, " Lord Combermere,” for Barbados, 370*. See Erratum, 415
  • and Oil-Engine Propulsion, Comparisons, 517
  • Tungsten Filaments, Thermionic Valves, Manufacture, 456
  • Lamps. See Lamps under Electric Tunnel Enlargement, City and South London Railway, 640, 775
  • Penang Hills Railway, 668*
  • River Mersey, Proposed, 461
  • Tunnelling Work, London Tube Railway
  • Construction, 640. See 647, 676, 775 Turbine, Compressed Air, and Generator,
  • Electric Colliery Lamp, 530*
  • Gas, Present Position and Possibilities, 83
  • Hydraulic, American Practice, 71. See 45
  • Automatic Intake Control, Water Chan¬nels, 432*
  • and Centrifugal Pumps, Transformer
  • Weirs, Utilisation of Low Heads, 435*
  • Design of, 63
  • Design of Draft Tubes, 153*
  • Design of Large Alternators, 565
  • 14,000-h.p. Francis, Deer Lake Power Station, Newfoundland, 126*
  • Impulse and Reaction Types, 44
  • Italian, Recent Developments, 44
  • Kaplan Type, 63, 183*
  • Lawaczeck Type, Low Heads, 63, 434* ; Tests, 851*
  • Low Power (J. J. Armfleld & Co., Ltd.), 612*
  • Oil-Pressure Governor for, 610*
  • Queenston-Chippawa Hydro-Electric De¬velopment, 256*. See 220*, 267
  • Rotor? for (Vickers, Ltd.), 100*
  • Uniform Rules for Testing, 51, 145
  • See also Power Plant, Hydro-Electric
  • Mercury-Vapour, Power Production, 42
  • Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal
  • Steam, Accidents to, Report, 417
  • 15,000-kw. Grove Road Power Station, Tests, 704
  • Back Pressure, German Practice, 41. See 503, 744
  • Blading for. See Blading
  • 5,000-kw. Brush-Ljungstrom, British
  • Empire Exhibition, 71*
  • Brush-Ljungstrom, Manufacture, 699*
  • and Centrifugal Boiler-Feed Pump
  • (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 216* ; (Gwynnes Engineering Co., Ltd.), 218*
  • and Centrifugal Oil Pump, Turbo-Generator Lubrication, 762*
  • and Centrifugal Pump, Condensate,
  • S.S. ‘‘Drottningholm,” 841*
  • 60,000-kw., for Chicago, 66*. See 45
  • Deposits on Blading, 417
  • Design of Exhaust End, 65*. See 45
  • Erste-Brunner and Ljungstrom, Com¬parisons, 142
  • Erste-Brunner, Principles of Design, 69*. See 46
  • Extra-High Pressures, 69*, 178, 470. See 15, 65, 588
  • G eared, and Centrifugal Boiler-Feed Pump, 626*
  • (reared (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 698*, 760*
  • Geared, Reid-MacLeod Locomotive, 479*
  • Turbine, Steam Impulse, Proportioning Blades and Nozzles, 473*
    • Manchester Power Station, Tests over Three Years, 668
    • Marine, de Laval Type, S.S. ” Drottnlng- holm,” 841*
    • Marine, Geared. See Marine Propulsion
    • Marine, S.S. ” Mauretania,” Repairs, 424
    • Marine, S.S. “ Orama,” 601*. See 543*, 643
    • Marine, Treatise on (Review), 336
    • 7,000-kw. Metropolitan-Vickers, Multiple Exhaust, Bristol Corporation, Tests, 253*
    • Pass-Out or Extraction Type, 41, 744. See 503
    • Principles and Progress, 469
    • Regenerative Feed Heating, 57*, 64*, 469, 818*, 835, 866*
    • Reheating Steam during Expansion, 57*, 65*, 470. See 818*
    • Speed and Output, Relationship, 698*
    • Stresses in Discs, Conical Profile, 418. See LETTER, 486
    • Thermal Efficiencies, 63*, 469. See 45
    • Thermal Efficiency, Standards of Com¬parison, 818*, 835*, 866*
    • See also Turbo-Generators ; Turbo-Alter¬nators
    • Steamers. See Steamers ; Warships
  • Turbo-Alternators, High-Speed; Hungarian Practice, 80, 206*
    • Stator, Road and Rail Transport, 370, 552
  • Turbo-Electric System, Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Turbo-Generators, Accidents to, Report, 418
    • 15,000-kw. British Thomson-Houston, Grove Road Power Station, Tests, 704
    • 6,000-kw., Brighton Power Station (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 372*
    • 5,000-kw. Brush-Ljungstrom, British Empire Exhibition, 71*
    • Brush-Ljungstrom, Manufacture, 699*
    • Brush-Ljungstrom, St. Pancras Power Station, 642*
    • Brush System of Stator Windings, 71*
    • 50,000-kw., for Chicago, 66*. See 45
    • Electrical Design, Large Units, 565
    • 400-kw.. Geared (W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 372*
    • 1,000-kw., Geared (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 698*, 760*
    • Manchester Power Station, Tests over Three Years, 668
    • Regenerative Feed Heating, 57*, 64*, 469, 818*, 835, 866*
    • Reheating Steam during Expansion, 57*, 65*, 470. See 818*
    • Rotor Shaft Failures, 418
    • Speed and Output, Relationship, 698*
    • Stal-Ljungstrom, Luton Corporation, Tests, 142
    • United States Power Stations, 108
  • Turkey, Economic and Commercial Conditions, Report, 680
  • Turner, Prof. W. E. 8., on the United States Glass Industry, 592
  • Turner, T. H., on Metal Spraying, 409
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Machine Tools See Machine Tools
  • Turret Lathes. See Lathes under Machine Tools
  • Twells Valve Gear for Duplex Pumps, 3*
  • Tyacke, J. A., Electric Harmonic Analyser, 651. See 876*
  • Tyer & Co., Ltd., Railway Signalling Appa¬ratus, British Empire Exhibition, 9; Signalling Appliances, Penang Hills Funi¬cular Railway, 853*
  • Tyres, Pneumatic, Low-Pressure, Motor-Car, Advantages, 805
  • Pneumatic, Valves and Rims, Standard Specifications, 261
  • Railway and Tramway, British Empire Exhibition, 100, 438, 439
  • Rubber and Pneumatic, Invention and Early Use, 681
  • “ Tyrian,” H.M. Destroyer, Yarrow Boiler, 459*

U

  • ULSTER Coalfield, Development, 175
  • Ultra-Violet Light, Fused-Silica Lenses, 296
  • Underfeed Stoker Co., Ltd., Travelling-Grate Stoker, 767
  • Underground Railway, City and South London, Tunnel Enlargement, 640; Reopening of Line, 775
  • London, History of Construction, 640. See 647, 676
  • London, Charing Cross to Kennington Extension, 328
  • London, Hendon-Edgware Extension, Automatic Substation, 227*; Opening, 260
  • Water Supplies, Pollution of, 151
  • Unemployment. See Labour
  • Unions, Trade. See Labour
  • United States, Anti-Aircraft Guns, 204
  • Battleships, Gun Alterations and Wash¬ington Treaty, 331
  • Bauxite and Aluminium In, 838
  • Bureau of Mines, Investigations on Synthetic Cast Iron, 276 ; Use of Ex¬plosives in Mines, 291; Clinker Formation in Boiler Furnaces, 548; Stone Dusting in Coal Mines, 675
  • Bureau of Standards, Tests of Girder Hooks, 491
  • Coal Exnorts, Effect of British Prices, 518*, 521
  • Coast-Defence System, 170
  • Dam Construction in, 466
  • Electro-Metallurgy in, 117
  • Engineer Department, Sea-Going Dred¬gers, 713
  • Glass Industry, Present Position, 592
  • Hydraulic Turbine Practice, 71. See 45
  • Industrial Organisation, Munitions Sup¬ply, 201
  • industrial Research in, 115
  • Internal-Combustion Engines for Trans¬port, 117
  • United States Iron and Steel Industry, Power Production and Use, 84
  • Marine Propulsion, Practice, 120
  • Naval Airship ZR.3, Transatlantic Voyage, 648
  • Navy. See United States under Warships
  • Non-Ferrous Metallurgy in, 376
  • Paper Manufacture, Application of
  • Power, 85; Paper Supply, 692
  • Pertoleum Production and Consumption, 765
  • Power Production, Social Aspect, 36, 37
  • Power Resources, 18, 31
  • Power Stations, Electrical Equipment, 108
  • Public Services, Regulation, 37
  • Railways. See Railways ; Railroads
  • Research Work, Marine Piling (Review), 589
  • Scout Cruisers and Destroyers, Cavitation Investigations, 717*. See LETTER, 769
  • Shipping Board Steamers, Fuel Con¬servation and Performance Standards, 714
  • Steam Power Production, Practice, 39, 42
  • Synthetic Nitrogen, 264. See 372 — See also America
  • Universal Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • University of Illinois, Fatigue Tests of Metals, 580*, 658*. See 284
  • of Leeds, Jubilee Celebration, 839
  • College, London, Chemical Engineering Laboratory, 682
  • of London Degrees in Engineering, 831
  • See also Education
  • Upper Atmosphere. See Atmosphere
  • Uraga Dock Co., Train-Ferry Steamer “ Shoho Maru,” 735*

V

  • VACUUM Pump. See Pump
  • Tube. See Rtintgen Rays ; Telegraphy, Wire¬
  • less ; Telephony, Wireless; Valves, Ther¬mionic
  • Valiant Portable Air Compressor, 753*
  • Valves, Annular, Plate, Walker Air Compressor, 192*
  • High-Speed Ammonia Compressors, 561*, 594*
  • Automatic Control, Air-Humidifying Ap¬paratus, 873*
  • Electrical Operation, Dean System, 671*
  • Gas and Steam, Automatic Temperature Control, 628*
  • Gear, Fuel-Injection, Blackstone Oil Engine, 60*, 639*. See 21
  • Twells, for Duplex Pumps, 3*
  • Walschaert, Locomotive for Buenos
  • Ayres Great Southern Railway, 282
  • Johnson, Queenston-Chippawa Hydro-Elec¬tric Development, 256*
  • Oil-Fuel Pipe Lines, 793
  • Piston, Milling Ports of Liners, 354*
  • Pneumatic Tyres, Standard Specifications, 261
  • Ring, High-Speed Ammonia Compressors, 561*, 594*
  • Plate, Walker Air Compressor, 192
  • Self-Closing, for Pipe Lines, 143*
  • Stop, Geared Turbo Generator, 761
  • Thermionic, Manufacture, 456. See 492*
  • Rectification of High-Tension Currents, 492*
  • Water-Cooled, for High Powers, 493*
  • See also Telegraphy, Wireless; Telephony, Wireless and Valve Gear. See also Engines
  • Van Rossem, Dr. A., on Rubber Latex, 776
  • Variable Speed Gear. See Gear; Motor-Car Details
  • Vector Quantities Dimensional Notation, 686
  • Vee-Notch Water Recorder, Lea Closed-in Type, 598*
  • Velocity of Light, Recent Measurements, 738
  • Velomill Boring Mill, 398*
  • Veloplane Planing Machine, 362
  • Venezuela, Motor Launch “ Invermira,” 800
  • Ventilating Fan, Mine, Sirocco Type, 160
  • Ventilation, Air Washers and Filters, 780
    • Police Court, Fanmakers’ Company Prize, 754
  • Vereeniging Estates Exhibit, British Empire Exhibition, 205*
  • Vertical Illuminator for Microscopes, 30*
    • Retorts, Gas Manufacture, with Waste-Heat Boilers, 23
  • Viaducts, Arched, Penang Hills Railway, 667*
    • Cast-Iron Arch, French Railway, Repair Work, 557
    • See also Bridges
  • Vibrac Molybdenum Steel, 187* ; Oxygen Cylinder, 187*. See Errata, 423
  • Vibration Recorder, the Cambridge, 287
  • Vickers, Ltd., Metallurgical Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 99*, 335 ; Duralumin Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 335* ; Variable-Speed Winches, 211* ; Electric Capstan, 502* ; Orient Liner “ Orama.” 543*, 601*, 643; Launch of M.S.
  • “ Moveria,” Donaldson Line, 548; Contraflo Air Pumps, 573* ; Tirso Hydro- Electric Scheme, 632* ; Airship for British Government, 651
  • Vickers-Petters, Ltd., Oil Engine for Motor Tug, 517* : Two-Speed Oil Engine, Grain Elevator Drive, 643*
  • Victaulic Pipe Joints, Cleaning Water Mains, 14 ; British Empire Exhibition Colliery, 193*
  • Vikro Heat-Resisting Steel Castings, 99
  • ” Virginian,” S.S., Propelling Machinery. See ” Drottningholm ”
  • Vivian, A. C., on an Extension of the Middle- Third Theory, 763*
  • Voltage Regulation, Electric Power Supply, 78
  • Volume Changes, Steel, during Heat Treat¬ment, 351*
  • Volumetric Glassware, National Physical Laboratory, Tests, 378
  • “ Vulcan,” M.S., Diesel-Hydraulic Drive, 92*, 369*

W

  • WADE Screw-Cutting Lathe, 749*
  • Wadkin & Co., Sandpapering and Mortising Machines, 23*
  • Wages. See Labour
  • Wagon, Coal, 42-ton Hopper, Bengal-Nagpur Railway, 279*
  • Motor. See Motor Wagons
  • Railway Repair, Petrol-Driven, Four- Wheel Drive, 817*
  • 20-ton Steel Construction (Cambrian Wagon Co., Ltd.), 766
  • Waldeck Reservoir Dam, Temperature Fluctu¬ations, 425
  • Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd., Air Compressor 190* ; Refuse Collection,. Pagefieid System, 655*
  • Walker Electric Vehicles, 689*. See 719
  • Walker, Prof. M., Electric Harmonic Analyser, 651. See 876*
  • Wallsend Slipway and Engineering Co., Ltd., Oil-Fuel Apparatus, 345* ; Repairs to Turbines, S.S. “Mauretania,” 424*
  • Walls, Retaining, for Reclaimed Land, 438.
  • See Erratum, 486
  • Walschaert Valve Gear, Locomotive for Buenos Ayres Great Southern Railway, 282*
  • War, European. See European War
  • Munitions Supply, Industrial Organisation, 201
  • Office Subsidy, Light Lorries, Specification, 94, 136
  • Ward, Haggas & Smith, Pulley-Turning Lathe, 358* ; Planing Machines, 362*
  • Ward, H. W., & Co., Ltd., Turret and Capstan Lathes, 356*
  • Warfare, Naval. See Warships

Warships:

  • Aviation, Naval. See Aeronautics
  • Coastal Motor Boats, Thornycroft, British Empire Exhibition, 421*
  • French Coast-Defence Measures, 170
  • Naval Officers, Recruitment from Ecole Polytechnique, 554
  • Navy, Committee on Marine Engineer¬ing, 524
  • Estimated Expenditure. 780
  • New Construction, 453, 572, 582, 871
  • Reorganisation of High Command. 839
  • Scientific Research, 854
  • Submarines for Convoy Duty, 687
  • German Fleet, Sunken, at Scapa Flow, Salvage Work, 233*. See 373
  • Guns, Naval. See Guns
  • Gunboats, Shallow-Draught, Yarrow, 459. See LETTER, 486
  • H.M. Destroyer “ Tvrian,” Yarrow Boiler for, 459*
  • H.M. Flotilla Leaders, “ Montrose,” “ Stuart ” and “ Marksman,” 421
  • H.M. Navy, Development of Propelling Machinery, 669
  • H.M.S. “ Benbow,” Model, British Empire Exhibition, 187
  • H.M.S. “ Ceres,” Model, British Empire Exhibition, 189
  • H.M.S. “ Hood,” Steel Casting for Rudder Frame, 189*
  • H.M.S. “ Malaya,” Model, British Empire Exhibition, 187
  • H.M.S. “ Repulse,” Model, British Empire Exhibition, 189
  • Italian Navy, Autumn Manoeuvres, 806
  • New Destroyers, 582
  • Submarines, Design and Functions, 171, 232
  • Mine Sweeping Sloops (Wm. Simons & Co., Ltd.), 460
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 185*, 420*, 458*. See LETTER, 486. See Errata, 423
  • Warfare, French Coast-Defence Mea¬sures, 170
  • Merchant Shipping in, Italian Manoeuvres, 806
  • Russia, Soviet Naval-Construction Pro¬gramme, 651
  • Sloops, Mine Sweeping (Wm. Simons & Co., Ltd.), 460
  • Submarines for Convoy Duty, French Navy, 587
  • Design and Functions, Italian Views, 232 Italian Class “ O ” Type, 171
  • Large, Prof. O. Flamm’s Design, 837*
  • Testing Dock, Use for Salvage Opera¬tions, 233*. See 373
  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers, Thorny¬croft, 420;
  • Hawthorn, Leslie Co., Ltd., 421 ; Yarrow, 459;
  • Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd., 46 0
  • Destroyers, German, Salvage at Scapa Flow, 233*. See 373
  • United States Battleships, Gun Alterations and Washington Treaty, 331
  • Coast-Defence System, 170
  • Naval Airship Z.R.3, Transatlantic Voyage, 548
  • Navy, Aircraft Developments, 490
  • Navy, Breaking up Warships, 714
  • Navy, Oil Fuel Supplies, 765
  • Scout Cruisers and Destroyers, Cavitation Investigations, 717*. See LETTER, 769
  • Warship Design, Influence of Aeronautics, 722. See 713
  • Washington Treaty, Breaking up United States Warships, 714
  • and Gun Power of United States Battleships, 331
  • See also Naval in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Washers, Air, Ventilation Purposes, 780
  • Washing Machines, Casks and Bottles, Brewers’ Exhibition, 649
  • for Coffee Berries, 542*
  • Laundry Work, Canadian, 140*
  • Plant, Diamonds, De Beers Mines, 205*
  • Washing Plant, Rheolaveur, for Coal, British Empire Exhibition Colliery. 411
  • Washington Treaty, Breaking up United States Warships, 714
    • and Gun Power of United States Battle¬ships, 331
  • Waste-Heat Boilers, Vertical Gas Retorts, 23
    • Reciprocal Utilisation in Industries. 75
    • Liquors, Gas Manufacture, Treatment, 128
  • Water-Boat, “ Lord Combermere.” for Bar¬bados. 370*. See Erratum, 415
    • Channels, Automatic Intake Control, 432*
    • Concrete Mixing, Investigations, 618
    • Consumption of Engines. See Steam Con¬sumption ; Trials
    • Cooling. Cold-Rolling Mill Bearings, 636*
    • Diesel Engine Pistons, Duplex Pump, 5*
    • Systems, Monitor Flow Indicator, 548
    • Cooled Valves, Wireless Transmitting Apparatus, 493*
    • Discharge, Jet Dispersers for, 247*
    • Filters. See Filters
    • Friction. See Hydrodynamics ; Ship Resist¬ance
    • Gas. See Gas
    • Heaters. See Feed-Water Heaters
    • Mains, Cleaning. Victaulic Pipe Joints, 14
    • Self-Closing Valves for, 143*
    • Meters, Use in Boiler Trials, 45. See LETTERS, 101
    • Recording V-Notch, Lea Closed-in Tvpe, 598*
    • Power. See Power, Water. See also
    • Hydraulic; Power Plant; Turbine,
    • Hydraulic; Tidal Power
    • Spraying Apparatus, Air Humidification, Textile Mills, 873*
    • Supplies. Underground, Pollution of, 151
    • Supply, Bombay, Lake Tansa Pipe Line, Calcutta, 178
    • Edmonton, Canada, 539
    • Egyptian Towns, Purification and Chlorination Plant, 735
    • Schemes in Parliament, 777
    • Toronto, Shifting-Sand Filtration Plant, 266
    • Sec also Irrigation
    • Tube Boiler. See Boiler
    • Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic ; Power Plant; Power, Water
    • Vapour and Circulation of the Air, 410
    • Wheels. See Turbines, Hydraulic; Pou'er Plant; Power, Water
    • Waterloo Bridge, Foundation Settlements and Proposed Reconstruction, 102, 641, 807. See 647, 676
    • Waterways. Set Rivers; Canals; Navigation, Inland
  • Waterworks Association, British, A. B. Cath¬cart on Underground Water Supply, 151
    • Chester, Pumping Station, Remote Control, 671*
    • Swansea, Jet Dispersers, Water Discharge from Reservoir, 247*
    • See also Water Supply and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Watkins, W. G., on Oil-Fuel Pipe Lines, 792, 823*. 853*
  • Watson, E. A., on Cobalt Magnet Steels, 274*, 302*. See 286
  • Watson, J. D., on Bio-Aeration in Sewage Purification, 241. See 286
  • Watson, J. H., on Nickel for Coinage, 378
  • Watts, R. E., Balanced Internal-Combustion Engine, 593*. See 22
  • Wave Form, Alternating Currents, Harmonic Analysing Instruments, 651, 876*
    • Length of Light, Calibration of Standard Metre, 491*
    • Making Resistance of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Waves. Electromagnetic. See Telegraphy, JFire- less; Telephony, Wireless
  • Wealth, Distribution of, 681. See LETTER, 746
  • Weather. See Meteorology
  • Weaving Machinery, Cotton Fabrics, British Empire Exhibition, 247*
  • Sheds, Air-Humidifying Apparatus, Andrew System, 873*
  • Webster <fc Bennett, Ltd., Vertical Turret Lathe and Boring and Turning Mill, 310*
  • “ Wee Bee ” Light Aeroplane, 525*
  • Weighing Machine for Colliery Tubs, 338
  • Weights, Marine Propelling Machinery, 670, 730, 750
  • Weir, Automatic, Spillway of Tirso Dam, 635*
    • River Seine Regulation Works, 682*
    • Transformer, Utilisation of Low-Head
  • Water Power, 435*
  • Weir, G. & J., Ltd., Pumping Machinery,
  • British Empire Exhibition, 216* ; Air Compressor, 425*
  • Welding, Arc, Repairs to French Railway Bridge, 557
    • Engineers, Institution of, E. A. Atkins on Manufacture of Steel Wire, 630
    • Machines (A.l Electric Welding Appliances Co.), 764*, 827*
  • Welfare Work. See Labour
  • Welsh Oil Shales, Properties and Uses, 777
  • Wembley Park Exhibition. See British Empire Exhibition
  • Werkspoor Double-Acting Diesel Engine, 26
  • West, Dr. G., Mercury-Vapour Pump, 267
  • West. H. J., <fc Co., Ltd.. Refrigerating Plant, 173*
  • West Africa, French, Railway Needs. 674
    • Midlands Electricity District, 745
  • Western Union Telegraph Co., New York-Azores Cable, 461
  • Westgarth, T., on the Industrial Machine, 585
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Co., Ltd., Double-Wire Railway Signalling System, 163*
  • Westminster Bridge, Stress Measurements, 296
  • Wheels, Gear. See Clears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
    • Grinding. See Grinding under Machine Tools
    • Railway. Rubber-Supported Steel Tyre, 9
    • and Tramway, British Empire Exhibi¬tion, 438, 439
  • Whipple, R. S., on Recording Instruments, 287
  • Whitby, Prof. G. S.. on Acidity of Raw Rubber, 334
  • White, W. B., <fe Sons, Ltd., Loom for Cotton Goods, 249*
  • White, J. S., & Co., Ltd.. Steam Tin? and Water-Boat, Barbados, 370*. See Erratum, 415 ; Oil-Engined Tugs, Egypt, 517*
  • White Metal. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Whitworth Scholarships and Dockyard Ap¬prentices, 741. See LETTERS, 740; 770, 810, 831. 801
    • Regulations, 233
  • Wiberg, O. A., on Reversing Clutch Marine Turbine, 144*. See 120: on High-Pressure Water-Tube Boilers, 181*. See 41
  • Wicksteed, C., <fe Co. (1920), Ltd., Hack-Sawing Machines, 445*
  • Wilczek, E.,.on Turbo-Alternator Design, 200*. See 80
  • Wild, M. B., <fe Co., Ltd., Haulage Gear, 251*, 022* : Coke-Oven Charging Machine, 512*
  • Wilkins Wire and Wire Ropes, Ltd., Exhibit, British Empire Exhibition, 439
  • Williams, E., on Economics of Coal Mining, 518*, 521
  • Williams, L., on Refrigerator Ships, 713
  • Williams-Janney Variable-Speed Winches, 211
  • WilUson Automatic Railway Coupling. 478
  • Wilson-Wolf Engineering Co., Ltd., Fractional Horse-Power Electric Motors, 700
  • Winches, Boat and Cargo, Williams-Janney Gear, 211*
    • Cable-Handling. Cable Ship “ Edouard Suenson,” 269*. See 196*
    • Electric, for Ships, Austin Constant-Current System, 734*
    • Trewhella, for Timber Clearing. 383
  • Wind-Driven Electric Generators, Use in Agriculture, 382
    • Lighting Plants, Airolite, 60
    • Power Stations, 77
    • Power Calculations and Meteorological Data, 77
    • Pressure on Structures, Measurement, 800
    • Relation to Height, 410
  • Windings. Electrical Machines, Welding Ma¬chine for, 764*
    • Engine, Electric, Penang Hills Railway, 789*, 8&2*
    • Steam or Compressed Air (Holman Bro¬thers, Ltd.), 732
    • Frame, Cotton Yarn, 91*
  • Window Sashes, Tenoning Machine for, 298
  • Wire Ropes, British Empire Exhibition, 439
    • Lubrication of, Effect, 858, 868
    • Railway, Penang Hills, 664*, 726*, 789*, 852*
    • Research, Report on, 856*, 867
    • Steel, Manufacture of, 630
  • Wires, High-Temperature Tensile Tests, 408
    • and Wire Ropes, Repeated Bending Tests, 856*, 867
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
    • Telephony. See Telephony Society. See Radio Society of Great Britain
  • Wiring, Electric, of Buildings, Regulations, 202
  • Wohler’s Tests. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Wolseley Motors, Ltd., Thread-Grinding Ma¬chine, 547* ; 11-22 h.p. Motor Car, 574*
  • Wolverhampton Corrugated Iron Co., Ltd., Electric Crane for, 164*
  • Wood Printing Machine, Box Manufacture, 544*
    • Pulp Industry, Canada, 539
    • Waste, Drying Towers for, 39, 503
    • Gas Producers Using, 39, 503
  • Wooden Box Manufacture, Nailing and Print¬ing Machines, 544*
  • Woodhouse, W. B., on Electricity Supply, 617
  • Woodvine, G. R., on Volume Changes in Steel during Heat Treatment, 351*
  • Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools
  • Woolwich Research Department, Mercury- Vapour Pump, 267 ; Extrusion of Brass Rod by Inverted Process, 387*. See 379, 415 : Effect of Cold Rolling on Hard¬ness of Copper, 386*. See 408 ; Report on Manganese Steel, 411
  • Workmen’s Compensation. See Labour

Works:—

  • Accumulator Factories, Lead Poisoning, home Office Regulations, 753
  • Alkali Works, Report on, 1923, 127 Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd.,
  • Turbine Manufactm-e, 699*
  • Factory Accidents. See Accidents Ford Motor Company, Proposed Works at Dagenham, 91
  • Henley’s Cable Works, Research Labora¬tories, 736
  • Shelton Ironworks, Coke-Oven Plant, 510
  • Welfare Movement in Works. See Labour
  • Works Management, Experience with Welfare Schemes, 237
  • Reduction of Manufacturing Costs, 419
  • Technical Costs and Estimates, 582. See 433
  • Treatises on (Reviews), 619, 664
  • Workshop Accidents. See Accidents
  • Training. See Apprentices ; Education
  • See also Works ; Machine Tools

World Power Conference: —

  • Opening Proceedings and Dinner, 18
  • Concluding General Meeting and Resolu¬tions, 123
  • Section A.—Power Resources.—
  • Power Resources, British Empire and
  • United States, 18, 31
  • Power Resources, European, Asiatic and
  • South American Countries, 19, 32
  • Section B.—Wafer Power Production.
  • Problems Relating to Run-off, Storage and the Allocation of Catchment Areas in Great Britain and Ireland, by W. J. E. Binnie, 42
  • Factors of Efficiency in Hydro-Electric Development by Lieut.-Col. C. M. Norrie, 42
  • Hydro-Electric Power in France, by MM. Arbclot and Diipin, 42
  • Section B.—Water Power Production—cont.
  • Hydro-Electric Power in France, by M. Maroger, 42
  • Supplementary Steam Generating Stations, Water Power Plants, by G. Motta, 42
  • Recent Practice in Lake Storage.and what the Storage Means to Water Power Utilisation in Sweden, by G. Berg, 43
  • Recent Practice in Swedish Water Power Engineering, by A. Westerlind, 43
  • Production of Water Power in Sweden, by A. Ekwall, 43
  • Reliability of Operation of Hydro-Electric Plants, by K. E. Nylander, 43
  • Some Features of Modern Hydro-Electric Developments, by D. Mayoral, 43
  • Regime of Plow of Some Spanish Rivers, by C. Mendoza, 43
  • Generation of Hydro-Electric Power in Canada, by H. G. Acres, 43
  • Power Development on Navigable Rivers, by C. Keller, 43
  • Recent Practice in Civil Engineering with Reference to Water Power Production, by Dr. Ing. K. Innerebner, 44
  • Civil Engineering Features of Water Power Development in the Dutch East Indies, by W. Blaser, 44
  • Recent Development in Dam Construction in Italy, by L. Mangiagalli, 44
  • Recent Developments in Italian Water Turbines, by G. Ucelli, 44
  • Report on Progress in Mechanic. 1 Engi¬neering with Reference to Power Production, 44
  • Mountain-Side Canals, by E. Azarola. 44 Impulse Water Wheels, by W. M. White,
  • 44
  • Hydraulic Reaction Turbine, by H. B. Taylor, 71. See 45
  • Experimental Research in Water Power, by Prof. D. Thoma, 45
  • Measures taken in Sweden against Ice Trouble at Water-Power Plants, by F. Samsioe, 463. See 45
  • Evolution of Opinion on the Control of Hydro-Electric Energy, by M. M. Aerbelot and Dupin, 45
  • Modern Tendencies in Water-Wheel Design, by H. O. Dahl, 63
  • Ice Troubles in Norwegian Water Power Plants, by A. Ruths, 73
  • Recent Swedish Arch Dam Design, by Hcllstrbm, 76
  • Historical Note on the Kaplan Turbine, by Dr. J. Kncidl, 183*
  • Large Low-Head Water-Power Develop¬ments, by Dr. F. Lawaczeck, 434*
  • Construction of Dams, by A. P. Davis, 466 Section C.—Preparation of Fuels.
  • Complete Gasification of Coal, by Prof. H. Strache, 37
  • Liquid By-Products of Coal Carbonisation as a Source of Power, by G. Adam, 38
  • Power Resources of Sweden, by A. F. Enstrom, 38
  • Gas Producers, Applications and Economic Features, by A. H. Lymu, 39. See 83
  • Report on the Distribution of Peat, by Prof. P. F. Purcell, 39
  • Oil Refining, by C. J. M. Milo, 39
  • System of Oil Production from Swedish Oil Shales, by S. V. Bergh, 39
  • Saw Mill Waste in Sweden, by O. Nord¬strom, 39
  • Power from Wood Waste of Swedish Forests, by Dr. H. von Eckermarm, 39
  • Illumination by Gas, by Dr. J. S. G. Thomas and D. Chandler, 81
  • Use of Town Gas in Industry, by Sir A. Duckham, 82
  • Coke as Fuel for Steam Raising, by E. W. L. Nicol, 82
  • Fuel Conservation and Smoke Abatement, by F. W. Goodenough, 82
  • Co-Ordination of Fuel Supplies, by Dr. E. W. Smith, 82
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation, by Dr. Lander, 82
  • Fuel Resources of Russia, by Prof. Ramsin, 82
  • Evolution of the Gas Engine, by Prof. F. W. Burstall, 83
  • Section DI.—Steam Power Production,
  • Steam Power Production: General Re¬view of Current Practice, by P. .Tunkersfeld and G. A. Orrock, 39
  • Pulverised Fuel for Boilers, by W. M. Selvey, 40
  • National Economic Power of Solid Fuel in Relation to its Scientific Utilisa¬tion, by L. C. Harvey, 40. See Erratum. 91
  • Fuel Economy and the Measurement of High Temperatures, by Sir R. Had- field, 40
  • Coke as a Fuel for Steam Raising, by E. W. Nichol, 40
  • Complete and Incomplete Combustion, with Reference to Combustion Economy, by (). Rodhe, 40*
  • Combined Furnace and Chain-Grate Stoker for Burning Peat, by Prof. T. Makariew, 41*
  • Heat Economy in Austria, by Dr. J. Tomaldes, 41
  • German Practice in Exhaust Steam Engi¬neering, by H. Treitel, 41
  • Steam Generation, by Sir J. Kemnal, 41. See 588
  • Steam Generation at Extra-High Pressures, by V. Blomquist, 432. See 41
  • High-Pressure Water-Tube Boilers, bv O. A. Wiberg, 181*. See 41
  • Use of Steam at High Pressures and Temperatures in Central Stations, by W. S. Munroe. 41
  • Recent Practice in Steam Generation in United States, by D. S. Jacobus, 42
  • Influence of High Pressure Steam on the Design and Economy of Large Steam Boiler Plant, by Dr. Miinzinger, 42
  • Section DI.—Steam Power Production—cont.
  • Power from Mercury Vapour, by W. L. R. Emmet, 42
  • Steam Accumulation, by Dr. J. Ruths, 68
  • State versus Private Management of Power Plants, by Dr. A. T. Hadley, 20£>
  • Outstanding Features of Swedish Practice in Steam Power Production, by H. A. Lundberg, 503
  • Section D2.—Steam Utilisation.
  • Steam Turbines, by Sir C. Parsons, 63*. See 45
  • Steam Turbines for High Pressures, bv C. F. Stork. 69*. See 45
  • Extra-High Pressure Steam Turbine, by V. Nordstrom, 178. See 45
  • Steam Turbines and Condensing Equip¬ment, by F. Hodgkinson, 45
  • Reciprocal Utilisation of Waste Energy, by B. M. Gerbee, 75
  • Section E.—Internal-Combustion Engines.
  • Development of the Diesel Engine, by Dr. Ing. A. Nagel, 110*. See 83
  • Internal-Combusion Engines for Motor Transport and Aviation, by G. Agnelli, 83, 85
  • Large Internal-Combustion Engines, by G. F. Tosi, 83
  • Development of the Internal-Combustion Engine in Sweden, by Prof. E. Hubendick and others, 83, 105
  • Large Gas Engines in German Power Economy, by P. R. Meyer, 105*. See 83
  • Section F.—Auxiliary Power Sources.—
  • Alcohol as a Source of Power, by Sir C. H. Bedford, 77
  • Calculations Regarding Wind Power Based on Meteorological Data, by Prof. E. Schou, 77
  • Modern Plants for Wind-Electric Power Stations, by R. J. Jensen, 77
  • Natural Steam Power Plant, by Prince P. Conti, 78
  • Section G.—Power Transmission and Distri¬bution.
  • Modern Practice in Power Transmission and Distribution in Austria, by L. Kallir, 78
  • Electrification in Holland, by F. A. S. Kleine, 78
  • Transmission and Distribution of Electric Power in Canada, by Dr. J. C. Smith and Prof. C. V. Christie, 78
  • Transmission of Electric Power from Nor¬way to Denmark, by W. Rung and. A. R. Angelo, 114. See 78
  • Export of Power from Norway, by S. Kloumann, 213. See 78
  • Influence of Voltage Regulation on Electricity as a Product of Quality, by Prof. F. Jacobsen, 78
  • Styrian Water Power and Electricity Co., Development, 78
  • French High-Tension Electric Power- Transmission Lines, by M. J. T. LaspiSre, 78
  • Transmission and Distribution of Electri¬cal Energy, by C. H. Merz, 79
  • Super-Power, by W. S. Murray, 79 Economic and Technical Organisation of
  • Large-Scale Power Distribution in Sweden, by W. Borgquist, 79
  • Recent Developments in A.C. Generators- and Motor Designs, by R. Liljeblad, 79-
  • Modern A.C. Switchgears in Sweden, by K. E. Eriksson, 80
  • Characteristics of High-Tension Lines in France, by M. C. Duval, 80
  • Hungarian Practice in High-Speed Turbo- Alternator Design, by E. Wilczek, 206*. See 80
  • Recent Electrical Developments in Over¬head Electric Transmission in Italy, by U. D. Buono, 80
  • Development of and Limits in Parallel Operation and Interconnection of Large Electrical Systems, by R. Norsa, 80
  • High-Tension Cables, by LI. B. Atkinson, 80. See LETTER, 142. See Erratum, 198
  • Electric Cables for Extra-High Tensions, by L. Emanueli, 80
  • Loading Limits for Electric Power Cables, by E. Fawssett, S. W. Melsom, C. Vernier and E. B. Wed more, 81
  • High-Tension Direct-Current Generation and Distribution of Electrical Energy, by J. S. and W. E. Highfleld, 81
  • American Power-Station Electrical Equip¬ment, by B. G. Lamme, 108
  • Continuity and Regularity of Operation of Large Electric Systems, by Dr. G. Semenza, 112
  • Large Alternators, by A. B. Field. 565
  • Development of the Use of Power in Southern Rhodesia, by C« H. Basker¬ville, 85
  • Section H. — Domestic and Industrial Uses of Power.
  • Use of Electricity for Heating Purposes in General, and especially for Domestic Purposes, by Dr. W. Lulofs, 84
  • Electric Power in Norwegian Households, by J. Sandberg, 84
  • Technical Development and Financial Organisation, Including Co-operative- Schemes for Electricitv Supply in Agriculture in Donmark, by F. H. Krebs, 84
  • Power in the Iron and Steel Industry in America, by E. R. Shover, 84
  • Application of Electric Power in German Industry, by Dr. 0. Kbttgen, 85
  • Electric Power Plant in the Textile Industry, by L. Kuhl, 85
  • Application of Power to Paper Making in United States, by A. H. White, 85
  • Electricity Supply in Bergen, by A. Bjerke and E. Monsen, 85
  • Section 11.—Domestic and Industrial Uses of Power—c "»nti nu e d,
  • Electrical Undertakings in Japan, by N. Shibusawa. 85
  • Electricity Supply in Kriatiania, by It. Steen, 85
  • Utilisation of the Power Resources of Austria, with Special Reference to the Consumption of Electric Power, by E. Karel, 85
  • Notes on the Future of Electric Supply and Demand, by Sir A. B. W. Kennedy, 85
  • Utilisation of Electric Power in Bulawayo and District, by B. K. Ward, 85
  • Power for Textile Mills in United States, by C. T. Main, 85
  • Utilisation of Power in Canada, by P. T. Davies, 85
  • Electro-Farming Economics, by R. B. Matthews, 116
  • Electricity in Agriculture, by Dr. H. Wallem, 116
  • Electricity in Sweden, by N. Ekwall, 116
  • Section J. —Electro-Chemistry and Electro- Metallurgy.
  • Report on the Austrian Electro-Chemical Industry, by Dr. H. Paweck, 116
  • Report on Nitrogen Fixation, by Dr. B. F. Halvorsen, 116
  • Power in Electro-Chemical and Electro- Thermal Industries, by F. A. J. Fitzgerald, 116
  • New Resistance Furnace with Reaction Zone, by T. Holmgren, 116
  • Small Water Powers and Electro-Thermal and Electro-Chemical Loads, by G. Boex, 116
  • Electrolytic Iron, by T. W. S. Hutchins, 117
  • Electro-Metallurgv in Italy, by F. Giolitti, 117
  • Electro-Chemical Industry of Sweden, by Prof. W. Palmgren, 117
  • Electrical Engineering as Leading Factor in Development of Modern Steelworks, by W. Geyer, 117
  • Power in Electro-Metallurgy in United States, by E. P. Mathewson, 117
  • Section Kl.—Power for Rail Transport.
  • Financial Aspects of Main-Line Electri¬fication, by Sir P. Dawson, 117
  • Electrification of Australian Federal Railways, by Dr A. Hruschka, 117
  • Internal-Combustion Engines for Trans¬portation, by C. E. Lucke, 117
  • New System for Main-Line Electrification, by L. de Vereb61y, 118
  • Power Questions Relating to Swedish Tramways, by A. Hultquist, 118
  • Main-Line Electrification on German State Railways, by Dr. W. Wechman, 118
  • Development of Railway and Tramway Traction, by Prof. I. Franco, 118
  • Application of Power to Rail Transport : Electric Railways in Great Britain, by R. T. Smith, 118
  • Electrification of the Dutch East Indies, by Dr. G. de Gelder, 118
  • Section Kl.—Power for Rail Transport— continued.
  • Electrification of Railways in Norway, by H. J. Schreiner, 118
  • Power Problems of Swedish Railways, by I. Ofverholm, 118
  • Section K2.— Power for Water Transport.
  • Opening Address by Sir W. S. Abell, 118
  • Shipowners and Shipbuilders, by Lord Inchcape, 119
  • Sea Speeds and their Costs, by A. Gray, 119
  • Hull Resistance and Power for Propulsion, by G. S. Baker, 119
  • Fuels and their Supply for Sea Transport, by F. J. Leathers, 119
  • General Data on the Propulsion of Ocean- Going Ships in Holland, by W. J. Muller, 119
  • Development and Present Position of the Motor Ship, by A. P. Chalkley, 119
  • Four-Stroke Type of Diesel Engine for Motor Ships, 120
  • Two-Cycle Diesel Engines, by R. Traill, 120 Present Practice in the Application of
  • Power for Marine Purposes in America, by W. T. Donnelly, 120
  • Electric Transmission of Power for Propel¬ling Machinery, by W. J. Belsey, 120
  • Power for Ship Propulsion, by H. G. Hammar, 148. See 120
  • Reversing-Clutch Marine Turbine, bv A. O. Wiberg, 144*. See 120
  • Diesel Auxiliary Machinery in Connection with Marine Propulsion, by R. W. Allen, 121
  • Section K 3.— Power for Transport (Road Transport and Aviation).
  • Power Applied to Road Transport, by Col. R. E. Crompton, 85
  • Application of Power to Air Transport, by A. Ogilvie, 85
  • Variable Transmission Gears, by Dr. H. S. Hele-Shaw, 86
  • Influence of Road Conditions on the Development of the Modern Motor Vehicle, by H. G. Burford, 87, 874*
  • Section L.—IUumination.
  • International Co-ordination in Illumina¬tion, by J. W. T. Walsh, 77
  • National and International Aspects of Illuminating Engineering, by L. Gaster, 77
  • Progress in Electrical Illumination, bv C. W. Sully, 77
  • Section M. —Economic Aspects of Power Resources.
  • Power Policy of Sweden, by C. Kiernan, 35
  • Economics of World Power, bv Sir P. A. M. Nash, 35
  • Effect of Depreciation Currencies and International Financial Conditions on Power Development within the British Empire, by Sir E. Harvey, 35
  • Social Aspect of World Power Develop¬ments, byF. R. Low, 36
  • Financing of Loans for Power Develop¬ment, by B. Stuevold-Hansen, 36
  • Section M.—Economic Aspects of Power Resources—continued.
  • Power Development in Relation to Human Progress, by J. H. Barnes, 3ft
  • International Joint Commission and the International Water Powers of Canada, by L. J. Burpee, 37
  • Power Station Legislation in France, by MM. Domergue and Lecat, 37
  • Electricity Supply in Netherlands, by J. G. B. Spruyt and Dr. E. A. Shoon, 37
  • Relation of Power Development to Industrial and Economic Progress, by General G. E. Tripp, 37
  • Private versus Public Ownership and Operation, by Dr. A. T. Hadley, 37
  • Public Utility Regulation in the United States, by C. 1). Jackson, 37
  • Legislation, Electricity Supply in New Coun¬tries, by Prof. J. N. van der Ley, 37
  • Government Policies in Relation to Power Development and Distribution, by Dr. H. Hoover, 37
  • Section N1.—Research.
  • Organisation of Research Work in Sweden, by Dr. A. F. Enstrom, 115
  • Report by the Austrian Laboratories for Technical Research and Testing Materials, 115
  • Section N2.—Standardisation.
  • Standardisation, National and Interna¬tional, by C. le Maistre, 121
  • International Standardisation in the Field of Power, by A. E. Kennelly, 121
  • Proposal for Uniform Rules for Testing Water-Power Plants,by G. Sundbv, 145
  • Standardisation in Austria, by Dr. J. Tomaides, 121
  • Industrial Standardisation in Sweden, by A. Kruse, 121
  • Standardisation in Germany, by Dr. F. Neuhaus, 149. See 121
  • International Technical Co-operation, by Dr. G. Exner, 121
  • Electrical Standardisation in the Dutch East Indies, by C. D. Volker, 121
  • Standardisation and Control of Electrical Accessories and Household Appliances, by H. Grosch, 121
  • Considerations as to the most Economical Ratio of Increase in a Series of Standardised Main Dimensions, by Dr. J. Goudriaan, 121
  • Section AT3.—Technical and Commercial Education.
  • Training of the Apprentice, by Dr. A. P. Laurie and Prof. F. G. Bailey, 122
  • Training of the Engineer of the Future, by A. P. M. Fleming, 122
  • Influence of Broadcasting, by J. C. W. Keith, 122
  • Education of the Engineer in the Nether¬lands and their Colonies, by Prof. A. Van Royen, 122
  • Elementary Engineering Education, by N. Fredriksson, 122
  • Section 2V3.—Technical and Commercial Education—continued.
  • Swedish Technical and Commercial Edu¬cation Institutes, by Dr. H. M. Pleijel, 122
  • Co-operation of Industry with Technical Schools, by Prof. C. Matschoss, 122
  • Technical and Commercial Education in Esthonia, 122 ad
  • World Power, Economics of, 35
  • Worm Gearing. See Gear : Gearing Worshipful Company of Fanmakers, Police-Court Ventilation Prize, 754
  • Worthington Pump and Machinery Corporation, Diesel Engine, 482*
  • Worthington-Simpson, Ltd., Turbine Pumps, Fire Protection, 153* ; Feed-Water Heater and Pump for Locomotives, 478* ; Verti¬cal Duplex Pump for Oil Fuel, 856*
  • Wreck Raising. See Salraqe— See Accidents
  • Wrenches, Adjustable (Buck & Hickman, Ltd.), 113*
  • Wrought Iron. See Iron
  • Wylie, M., & Co., Ltd., Box Nailing and Wood-Printing Machines, 544*
  • Wynne, A. E., on Design of Arch Centres, 257*

X

  • X-RAYS. See R&ntgen Rays
  • Xylonite Models, Stress Determination. See Optical

Y

  • YARD, Standard, Design of, 128*
  • Yarrow & Co. (1922), Ltd., Boilers, London¬derry Power Station, 177*; Boilers, Warship Propulsion, 458* ; Naval Exhibits, British Empire Exhibition, 458*. See LETTER, 486 ; Flap System, Propulsion of Shallow-Draught Steamers, 459. See LETTER, 486
  • Yarrow Type Boilers, Brighton Corporation Power Station, 372*. See 415
  • Year Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • York, Automatic Telephones, Strowger System. 862
  • Yule, G. U., on Statistical Method of Scientific Investigation, 709. See 701. 746, 810

Z

  • Z.R.3, U.S. Airship, Transatlantic Voyage, 548
  • Zinc Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Coating, Galvanised Iron, Methods of Testing, 825*
  • Schoop Spraying Process, 409
  • Sherardising Process, Inception and Development, 277*
  • Smelting, Resistor Furnaces, for 449
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams