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  • ABELL, Sir W. S., on Safety'of Life at Sea (1929) Conference, 489*. ‘ See 485
  • Aberdeen and Commonwealth Line, Recondi¬tioning of S.S. “ Hobson’s Bav,” 541
  • Accelerometer for Motor-Lorry Wheel Impact Research, 71

Accidents :

  • Boiler Explosion Inquiries, Board of Trade Reports, 453, 493
  • Tranmere Bay, Report, 577
  • Coal-Gas Poisoning,' Report, 261
  • Dam, Eildon, Victoria, Australia, Failure of, 134
  • Explosions of Welded Pressure Vessels, 362
  • Fires in Steamship Bunker and Cargo Coal, Report, 463
  • Industrial Accidents to Apprentices,
  • Investigation on, 24
  • Mine Accidents, Effects of Temperature and Humidity, 295
  • and Works Accidents, and Ventilation
  • Problems, 536 National Safety Week, 513
  • Petroleum Industry, California, Fatalities in, 324
  • Road and Rail Accidents in Germany, 709
  • Accumulators, Steam, Ruths, in the Power Industry, 155 ; Charlottenburg Power Station, 764*
  • Acetylene Welding. See Welding
  • Acid Separator and Saturator, Becker Coke- Oven Plant, Sheffield 699*
  • Acoustics, Ridge Formation in Sounding Tubes, 676
  • ”Active,” H.M. Destroyer, 347
  • Adams, G., Work of, 772
  • Adams, It. R., on Model and Full-Size Tests of Single-Screw Merchant Vessel, 263
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Address Adelaide Harbour, Pile-Driving Plant (British Steel Piling Co., Ltd.), 57*
  • Admiralty, Director of Naval Construction, History of Office, 33
  • and Early Steam Vessels, 498
  • See also Warships
  • Aerial Navigation. See Aeronautics
  • Propeller. See Propellers under Aeronautics
  • Ropeway. See Wire Ropeway
  • Transport. See Aeronautics
  • Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics
  • Aeronautical Society, Royal, Progress of
  • Gliding in Germany, by Dr. W. Georgii and F. Stainer, 259; Wilbur Wright Lecture on Development and Progress of Aircraft Engines, by H. R. Ricardo, 738. See Letters, 776, 838

Aeronautics :

  • Aeronautical Progress, 1914-1930, 611
  • Research Committee, Work of, 612
  • Aeroplane Design, Progress in, 611
  • Fokker Monoplanes for Australian Air Service, 412
  • Oleo-Pneumatic Shock Absorber for (Blackburn Aeroplane Motor Co., Ltd.), 647*
  • Spin in, 674
  • Wings, Handley-Page Auto-Slot for, 613
  • Aircraft Carrier ” Saratoga,” Trial Trip Data, 263
  • Classifications, British Corporation Re¬gister, Report, 549
  • Airport of St. Hubert, Montreal, Canada, 842*
  • Airship “ Graf Zeppelin,” Propeller-Shaft Failures in, 43
  • Mooring-Strain Indicator (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 584*. See 273*
  • Tower, St. Hubert, Montreal, 842
  • Progress in Design, 613
  • ” R. 101,” 187*, 271*. See 584
  • Airway Beacon, Winnipeg, 701
  • Australian National Airways, Ltd. Fokker Monoplanes for, 412
  • Autogyros, Comparisons with Aeroplanes, 611
  • Aviation Advisory Committee, Lloyd’s Register, 108
  • Beacon, Airway, Winnipeg, 701
  • Civil Aviation in Australia, 479
  • Direction Finder, Wiroless, for Aircraft, 129
  • Engines, Aeroplane, Progress in, Oil Aircraft, Lectures at King’s College, London, 254
  • Oil, Aeroplane (Junkersmotorenbau G.m.b.H.), 471*
  • Beardmore Tornado, for Airship " R. 101,” 271
  • Petrol, Aeroplane, Supercharging and Compounding, 738. See Letters, 776, 838
  • Aeroplane, Boost Gauge for (Negretti & Zambra), 130
  • Aeroplane, Townend Ring for, 703
  • Flight of Pterodactyls, 643
  • Forrest Lecture on Aeronautical Progress, 1914-1930, 611
  • German Experimental Station for Aerial Navigation, Year-Book (Review), 100
  • Gliding Association, British, Formation of, 201
  • Progress in Germany, 259
  • Propeller-Shaft Failures, Airship " Graf Zeppelin,” 43
  • Rocket Flight, Theory of (Review), 275
  • Shock Absorber, Oleo-Pneumatic, for
  • Aeroplanes (Blackburn Aeroplane & Motor Co., Ltd.), 647
  • Spin in Aeroplanes, 674
  • Townend Ring for Aero Engines, 703
  • Wind Resistance of Motor Cars, 802
  • Tunnel, Variable-Density, National Physical Laboratory, 808*
  • See also Paragraph Index Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics Africa, East, Economic Conditions in, Report, 512
  • Age-Hardening of Copper-Phosphorus Alloys, 524
  • Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition
  • Machinery Exhibition, Paris, 431
  • Industry, Position and Prospects, 289
  • Motors. See Engines ; Motors ; Tractors
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Agriculture, Electric Power Supply in, 804
  • and Fisheries, Ministry of, Tests of Dicol Heavy-Oil Burner, 300*
  • See also Irrigation and Paragraph Index Air, Compressed. See Compressed Air ; Pneu¬matic
  • Compressor and Electric Generator, Oil-Engine Driven (Norris, Henty & Gardners, Ltd.), 204*
  • High-Pressure (G. <fc J. Weir, Ltd.), 506*
  • Heaters for 600-lb. Pressure Yarrow Boilers, 406*. See 416
  • Oxygen and Nitrogen from, Linde Process, 163*
  • Preheaters, Application of Regenerative Principle, 155
  • Ljungstrdm, Tests of, 155
  • Pump. See Pump
  • Resistance of Motor Cars, 802
  • Screws. See Propellers under Aeronautics
  • Waves Produced by Meteor, 669
  • See also Atmospheric
  • Aircraft Carriers. See Aeronautics
  • See Aeronautics
  • Airedale Electrical & Manufacturing Co., Ltd.,
  • Air-Break Starter for Three-Phase Motors, 32*. See Erratum, 46
  • Airships. See Aeronautics
  • Ajax-Northrup Electric Furnace (Electric Furnace Co., Ltd.), 219
  • ” Akagisan Maru,” M.S., Performance of, 186
  • ” Akibasan Maru,” S.S., Performance of, 186
  • Alabaster, H., the Late, 105
  • Alberta, Hvdro-Electric Power Developments, 62
  • Alexander, F. H., on the Stability of Vessels with List, 515
  • Alexander, J., on Reconstruction of Kent and Leven Viaducts, London, Midland &
  • Scottish Railway, 426
  • Alexander, Lieut.-Comdr. J. T., on Trial Trip Data of U.S.S. ” Saratoga,” 263
  • Alfa-Laval Co., Ltd., Marine-Type Oil Separa¬tor, 199*
  • Algoma Steel Corporation, Electro-Metallurgical Plant at Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, 256
  • Alig &Baumg&rtel, Power-Operated Scraper, 519*
  • Allan, P., the Late, 826 All 211
  • Allen, N. P., on Soundness of Copper Ingots, 457*. See 384
  • Allen, W. H., Sons & Co., Ltd., Oil-Engine Generator Sets, 206; Turbine-Driven Bore-hole Pumping Plant, 710, 713*, 751*
  • Allgemeine Transportanlagen Gesellschaft, Portable Belt Conveyor, 473*
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy; Microphotographs; Paragraph Index
  • Alluvium, Stable Channels in, 179
  • Alternating Current. See Electric Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Alternators. See Generators, Electric; Turbo-Generators
  • Aluminium Alloys. See Alloys under Metal¬lurgy
  • Aluminium Company of Canada, Ltd., Chute & Caron Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 323
  • Conductors, Standard Specification, 445
  • Effect on Nickel-Chromium Alloys, 813*
  • Ingots, Casting of, 554
  • Pavilion, Liege Exhibition, Belgium, 829
  • for Rotor-Windings, 423
  • See also Metallurgy ; Metal-Price Diagrams
  • American Falls Dam, Snake River, Idaho, Uplift Diagram, 182*
  • Iron and Steel Institute. See Iron and Steel
  • Navy. See United States under Warships
  • Society of Automotive Engineers. See Automotive Engineers
  • of Civil Engineers. See Civil Engineers
  • of Mechanical Engineers. See Mechanical Engineers
  • of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. See Naval Architects
  • for Testing Materials. See Testing See also United States
  • Ammonia Production from Coke-Oven Gas, Mont Cenis Colliery, 163*
  • Amsteldiep Storage Lake, Zuyder Zee Reclama¬tion Works, 762*
  • Amsterdam, Port of, Entrance Lock, North Sea Canal, 3*, 67*
  • Analysis, Metallurgical, Select Methods (Re¬view), 162
  • and Sampling, Coal, Royal Ordnance Fac¬tories, Woolwich, 587
  • Spectrographic, Raies Ultimes Powders, 52
  • Anchorage, Gate, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 400*
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, 495*, 533*
  • Ancient Egyptian Implements, Metallography of, 641
  • Anderson, J. W., the Late, 635
  • Andre, T. B., <fe Co., Ltd., Silentbloc Flexible Bearing, 522*
  • Anglin Norcross, Ltd., Engineering Equip¬ment, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, 278*
  • Anglo-Persian Oil Co., Variable-Compression Fuel-Research Set, 44* ; 80-ton Railway Wagon for 3-ft. Gauge, 102*
  • Annealing of Commercial Glassware, 195
  • See also II eat Treatment under Metallurgy Annual Publications. See Literature Index ” Antelope,” H.M. Destroyer, 536
  • ” Anthony,” H.M. Destroyer, Trials, 196
  • Anti-Friction Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Antimony Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Antwerp, International Exhibition, 548
  • Potash Storage and Shipment Plant, 805*, 365*
  • Apparatus, Scientific, Exhibition, Royal Society Conversazione, 643, 675, 823 Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibi¬tion, 52*, 86*, 128*. See 323, 343
  • Applied Mechanics, Third International Con¬gress for, Stockholm, 450
  • Appointments. See Paragraph Index Apprenticeship in Building Trades, 707
  • and Skilled Employment Association,
  • Annual Report, 839
  • See also Education
  • Arakawa River, Japan, Improvement Works, 18
  • Arapuni, New Zealand, Hydro-Electric Scheme, Hydraulic Jet Dispersers, 13tf*
  • Arc. See Electric ; Furnace ; Welding Arch Bridge, Sydney Harbour, Erection of
  • Main Span, 495*, 533*
  • Dam, Dordogne River, Mardge, France, 578
  • Laminated, with Forked Abutments, 578
  • Archbutt, S. L., on the Effect of Phosphorus on Copper, 522*. See 385. See Erratum, 436
  • Architects, Naval. See Naval Architects
  • Area Gas Supply, Departmental Committee Report, 705. See 699
  • Argentina, Buenos Aires, British Empire Trade Exhibition, 71, 448, 509
  • Argentine Republic, Economic Conditions in, Report, 447. See Letter, 517
  • Argersinger, R. E., on Voltage and Frequency, 268
  • Arizona, Gila River, Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, 193*, 276*. 368* *
  • Armstrong, Whitworth & Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Variable-Compression Fuel Research Set, 44*
  • Arnold, Prof. J. O., the Late, 450*
  • Arrester, Mercury, High-Voltage, 93
  • Arrol, Sir W., & Co., Ltd., 25-ton Electric Crane, H.M. Repair Ship ” Resource,” 12
  • ”Arrow,” H.M. Destroyer, Trials, 478
  • Arthur Kill Bridges, New York, Cost of, 113
  • Arts, Royal Society of, Thomas Gray Prizes in Science of Navigation, 454
  • Asano Portland Cement Co., Nishitama Works, 18
  • Asbestos Industry, Suppression of Dust in, Report, 577
  • Ashop, River, Diversion of, 301
  • Asquith, W., Ltd., Direct Motor-Driven Radial Drilling Machine, 426*
  • Assessment of Compensation Water, Report, 832
  • Association, British. See British Association Engineering. See /nrfttuftons
  • Assouan Dam, Sluice-Discharge Measurements, 23 ; Heightening of, 101*
  • Aston, Dr. F. W., on Isotopes, 461*
  • Aston’s Work on Mass Spectra, 397*, 437*, 470
  • Astronomy, Photographs of New Planet, 643
  • Atkinson/ Kier Brothers & Spicer Co., Cool¬idge Multiple-Dome Dam, 193,* 276*. 368*
  • Atlantic Liners. See Steamers
  • Atlantic Refining Co., Oil-Tanker ” Bruns¬wick,” Performances, 513, 519*
  • Trade, Protection of, 111
  • Atmospheric Action and Fatigue in Lead, 399, 423*
  • Pollution, Report on, 825
  • Atomic Nuclei and their Structure 371* 397* 437* 470*
  • Attock Bridge, River Indus, Reconstruction, 503
  • Austin, Dr. C. R., on Nickel-Chromium Alloys for High Temperature, 780*, 811*. See 641
  • Australia, Central, Minerals in, 479
  • Civil Aviation in, 479
  • Economic and Trade Conditions in, Report, 228, 674
  • Institution of Engineers, Award of Prizes, 254 ; Simultaneous Meeting, 676
  • New South Wales, Floating Dock for Walsh Island Dockyard, 283*. See Addendum, 410
  • South Wales Irrigation Scheme, 351
  • Pile-Driving Plant for Adelaide Harbour, 57*
  • Queensland Railways, Annual Report, 231
  • South, Railways of, Report, 290
  • Sydney, Ferro-Concrete Elevated Water Reservoir, 137
  • Harbour Bridge, Erection of Main Span, 495*. 633*
  • Victoria, Failure of Eildon Dam, 134
  • Western, Water Supply of Perth, 484
  • Australian Air Service, Fokker Monoplanes for, 412
  • Electrical Wiring Rules Committee, 507
  • Shale, Retort for, 109
  • Autogeneous Welding. See Welds and Welding
  • Automatic Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Signalling. See Signalling
  • Stokers. See Stokers
  • Automatic Telephone Manufacturing Co., All- Electric Totalisator, 269*
  • Automobile Engineers, Institution of, Relative Safety of Mild and High-Tensile Alloy Steels under Alternating and Pulsating Stresses, by Prof. B. P. Haigh, 231*. See 543. See also Letters, 632,* 710*
  • See Motor Cars
  • Automotive Engineers, American Society of, Wind Resistance of Automobiles, by F. W. Pawlowski, 802
  • Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Marine
  • Avery, W. & T., Ltd., Rapid Gravitometer for Liquids, 215*
  • Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Axles, Motor Car. See Motor Car Details

B

  • BABCOCK & Wilcox, Boilers, Marine, United States Navy, 262; with Gilled Water Tubes, 421*; Lots Road Power Station, 443 ; S.S. “ King George V," Explosion, 453; S.S. “ Statendam,” 491*, 513; York Street Mills, Belfast, 797*
  • Baguley (Engineers), Ltd., 80-ton Railway Wagon for 3-ft. Gauge, 102*
  • Bailey, R. W., on Creep of Steel under Simple and Compound Stresses, 265*, 327* ; on Tubes and Cylinders under High Pressures and Temperatures, 772*, 785*, 818*
  • Bain, Dr. H. F., on Minerals in a Power-Sus¬tained World, 836
  • Baird & Tatlock (London), Ltd., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 130
  • Bajac, Messrs., Planting Machine, 431
  • Baker, G. S., on the Resistance and Form of Towed Barges, 531
  • Bakers’ Ovens, Steam-Heated, Explosions of, 453, 493
  • Balancing of Locomotives and Impact on Railway Bridges, 754*
  • Marine Diesel Engines, 529, 551*
  • System, Junkers Heavy-Oil Aero Engine, 472*
  • Balfour, Earl of, the Late, 415
  • Ball, Dr. F. E., on Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 30
  • Ball Bearings. See Bearings
  • Hardness Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Band Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Banerji, Dr. S. K., Electric Field of Overhead Thunderclouds, 669
  • Bansall, J. W., on Power Plant at Billingham, 350
  • Barco Manufacturing Co., Flexible Pipe Joints, 250
  • Barge Dock, Sydney Harbour Bridge, 534*
  • Unloading Quay, Potash Storage and Ship¬ment Plant, Antwerp, 305*
  • Towed, Resistance and Form of, 531
  • Barnet District Gas and Water Co., Turbine-Driven Bore-Hole Pumping Plants, 710, 713*, 751*
  • Barrage, Nag Hamadi, River Nile, Construc¬tion Cableways, 252
  • “Barsonator ” Werkzeug G.m.b.H., Graduated- Tooth Hack-Saw Blades, 518
  • Barton Power Station Extension, Operating Results, 597*, 684*, 718*, 739, 745*
  • Bassein Bridges, India, Rebuilding of, 503
  • Batteries. See Electric
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Bauer, Dr. G., on the Exhaust-Steam Turbine, 156
  • Bauer, Prof. W., on Electric Power Plant Development in Germany, 267
  • Bauer-Wach Exhaust-Steam Turbine Installa¬tion, S.S. “ City of Cambridge,” 139
  • Bauxite, Purification of, Experiments, 571
  • Softening and Melting Points of, 390, 392
  • Baynes, S. W., the Late, 200
  • Beacon, Airway, Winnipeg, 701
  • Beams, Curved, Plaster Models for Stress Determination in, 231
  • Notched, Stress Distribution in, 516
  • Tee, Ferro-Concrete, Design of, 591
  • Beardmore-Caprotti Valve Gear, Locomotive, London and North Eastern Railway, 133*
  • Tornado Oil Engines, Airship “ R.101,’’ 271
  • Bearings, Action of White-Metal Linings in, 378. See 23*
  • Journal, Film Lubrication of, 22*
  • Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Michell Journal, Application of, 23*
  • Thrust, Turbine-Driven Bore-Hole Pump, 714*
  • Ring-Oiled, Researches on, 146*
  • Roller, Plummer Blocks with (Ransomes & Maries Bearing Co., Ltd.), 462*
  • Silentbloc Flexible (T. B. Andre & Co., Ltd.), 522*
  • White Metal, Value of, 23*. See 378
  • Beauharnois Power Corporation, St. Lawrence
  • River Hydro-Electric Scheme, 62
  • Beck, R. & J., Ltd.,Metallurgical Microscope, 130 ; Optical Apparatus for Talking-Film Production, 823
  • Becker Coke-Oven Plant, Thorncliffe Coal Distillation, Ltd., 699*
  • Becker, Dr. M. L., on Reactions in Iron-Carbon Alloys, 642 ; on Allovs of Iron with Silicon, 653*. See 642
  • Becket, Dr. F. M., on Chromium-Manganese Steels, 749
  • Bedford Rural Electricity Scheme, 355
  • Beekman, R. A., on Ship Propulsion and Power Plant Engineering, 156
  • Behalter und Apparatebau, G.m.b.H., Ruths Steam Accumulators, 764*
  • Belfast, York Street Mills, Electrification of, 795*
  • Belgian International Exhibitions, Lidge and Antwerp, 548. See 829
  • Belgium, Coal Wages in, 680
  • Electric Power Supply in, 92
  • Lidge Exhibition, Aluminium Pavilion, 829
  • Bell, H., Work of, 334
  • Belleville Boilers, Use of Malleable Cast Iron in, 50
  • Belsey, W. J., on Performance of Vessels with Electric Transmission Gear, 519* . See 513
  • Belt Conveyors. See Conveyors Bends, Pipe, Hydraulic Losses in, 268
  • Stiffness of, 579
  • Bennett, W., on Great Lakes Bulk-Freighters, 262
  • Benson High-Pressure Boiler, Tests of, 89
  • Benzole Recovery and Gas-Works Practice, 743 and Rectification Plant,
  • Becker Coke- Oven Plant, Sheffield, 699*
  • ” Berenice,” S.S., Voyage to India, 500
  • Bereius Process. Liquefaction of Coal, Hydro¬gen Production Plant for, Duisburg, 165*
  • Berlin, Electric Power Supply in, 764
  • Berlin, Henningsdorf Substation, 7,500-kw. Diesel-Electric Generators, 411
  • World Power Conference. See World Power Conference
  • Berliner Elect ricitiitswerke A.-G., Ruths Accumulators at Charlottenburg Power Station, 764*
  • Berry, J. G., on Zinc-Base Die-Casting Alloys, 429.* See 399. See Letter, 517
  • Berry, Sir W., Retirement and Work of, 34.
  • Berthiez, C., Etablissements, Planing Machine with Independent Cutting Drive, 476*
  • “ Berwindglen,” S.S., Design of, 262
  • “ Berwindyale,” S.S., Design of, 262
  • “ Bessemer,” Cross-Channel Steamer, History of, 96*
  • Bessemer Medals. Award to E. Schneider and Dr. W. Rosenhain, 582, 609
  • Steel, the Case for, 413. See Letter, 527
  • Beuthen, Silesia, Hohenzollern Colliery, Aerial Coal Transporter. 629*
  • Bevel Gears. See Gears
  • Beyer-Peacock Turbine Locomotive, Operating Results, 624
  • Bicycles. See Cycles and Motor Cycles
  • Biggs, H. C., on Glass-House Refractories, 525
  • Billingham Super-Pressure Power Station, 350
  • Binary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Biplanes. See zle/wi«<dics
  • Birmingham, British Industries Fair, 203*, 227, 261. See 295*, 438*
  • Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., 30-kw. Portable Electric Furnace, 219*
  • Birmingham Railway Carriage A Wagon Co., Ltd., Articulated Steam Rail Coaches, 715*
  • Birthday Honours List, 743
  • Bishop Wire & Cable Co., Electric Control Cable, 248
  • Bismuth Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Blache, H. H., on Marine Diesel Engines, 185
  • Blackburn Aeroplane & Motor Co., Ltd., Oleo-Pneumatic Shock Absorber, 647*
  • Blackstone A Co., Ltd., Horizontal Oil Engines with Spring Injection, 206
  • Blackwall Tunnel, Difficulties in Construction, 238
  • Blading, Steam Turbine, Naval, Materials for, 475, 486
  • " Blanche,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch, 744
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Block and Slab Machine, Concrete (Lee & Fouracre), 211
  • Blowers, Soot, for “ Wood ” Steam Generator, 152*
  • Steam-Air, for Roll Cooling, 615*
  • Blythe, Dr. G. E. K., on Pulverised Fuel, 184
  • Board of Education, National Certificates in
  • Building Technology, 88
  • of Trade Report on Area Gas Supply, 705. See 699
  • Reports, Boiler-Explosion Inquiries, 453, 493, 577
  • Report on Coal-Gas Poisoning, 261
  • See also Overseas Trade Department
  • Boat Davit, Gravity, and Winch (S. Taylor & Sons (Brierley Hill). Ltd.), 668*
  • Submarine. See Warships
  • Bohm und Kruse, Box-Nailing and Box- Printing Machines, 311*
  • Bohringer, Gebr., G.m.b.H., 11-in. Lathe, 341*. See Erratum, 408
  • Boilers, Babcock & Wilcox, with Gilled Water Tubes, 421*
  • A Wilcox, Lots Road Power Station, 443
  • A Wilcox, S.S. “ King George V,” Explosion, 453
  • & Wilcox, S.S. “ Statendam,” 491*, 513
  • A Wilcox, York Street Mills, Belfast, 797*
  • Benson High-Pressure, Tests of, 89*
  • Drums, Strength of Dished Ends, 190*. See Letter, 517
  • Explosion Inquiries, Board of Trade Re¬ports, 453, 493, 577
  • Feed Pump. See Pump
  • Water Softening. See Water Softening
  • Flues, Dust and Cinder Trap for (Green Fuel Economiser Co.), 248
  • Furnaces. See Furnace and Stoker Heating Surfaces of, 155
  • High-Pressure and High-Temperature, 406*, 416. See Letters, 487, 517, 571. See Erratum, 509
  • Pressure, in United States, 154
  • Hot-Water, All-Steel Sectional (Davey, Paxman A Co., Ltd ), 206
  • House Operation and Pulverised Fuel, 740
  • Lancashire, Blast-Furnace Gas Burners for, 589*
  • and Water-Tube, Operating Costs, 579, 620
  • at Langerbrugge, Working Temperature in, 416
  • Locomotive, Alloy Steels for, 626
  • Investigations on Firebox Stays and Plates, 30
  • Tests of Dicol Heavy-Oil Burner for, 300*
  • Type, for Rail Coach (Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Co.), 716*
  • See also Locomotive
  • Marine, Early Experience with, 498
  • Plant, Barton Power Station Extension,
  • Operating Results, 597*, 684*, 718*, 739, 746
  • Operation, Roval Ordnance Factories, Woolwich, 585*, 579, 618*, 650*
  • Principles of Design, 154
  • Problems, Modern, 673
  • Scaling Tools, Rotary, Electrically-Operated
  • (Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.), 63*. See Erratum, 79
  • Stirling, Explosion of, 577
  • for Super-Pressure Steam, 58*
  • Tests, Vaster&s Power Station, Sweden, 155
  • Tubes, Experiments at High Temperatures and Pressures, 49
  • Gilled, for Combustion Chambers, 421*
  • Heat Transmission through, 143, 149
  • Naval, Materials for, 473*, 486
  • Thickness of, 527*. Sec Letters, 632*. 679, 711, 776
  • Water-Tube, Belleville, Use of Malleable Cast Iron in, 50
  • Tube, Calculations Relating to (Review), 100
  • Boilers, Water-Tube, East River Power Station, New York, Record Performance, 137
  • Tube, Marine, Babcock & Wilcox, for United States Navy, 202
  • Tube, Marine, Copper Tubes in, 49
  • Tube, Strength of Dished-End Drums 190*. See Letter, 517
  • Tube, Super-Pressure, Billingham Power Station, 350
  • Tuba, Yarrow, 000-lb. Pressure, at Castner- Kellner Alkali Works, 400*. See 416. See Letters, 487, 517, 571. See Erratum, 509
  • Welded Joints in, 353, 362, 386
  • "Wood” Radiant-Heat, Experiences with, 143, 149*, 177. See Letter, 263
  • See also Engines and Hailers in Paragraph Index
  • Bolts, Steel, Naval, Materials for, 476
  • Bombay, Baroda & Central India Railway, Rebuilding of Bassein Bridges, 503
  • Bone, Prof. W. A., on Interaction of Gases and Ore in Blast Furnace, 647*. See 609
  • Books, New, Notes on, 264, 419, 440, 505, 550, 751, 784. See Literature Index
  • Received, 14, 46, 78, 108,138, 200, 254, 284,
  • 346, 378, 410, 508, 540, 572, 636, 670, 702, 734, 766, 798, 828
  • Boost Gauge for Supercharged Aero Engines, (Negreiti & Zambra), 130
  • Booth, J., A Bros., Ltd., 5-ton Shipyard Crane, 253*
  • Bore Hole, Enlarging by Explosives, Guild¬ford, 298*
  • Pumping, Application of Steam Turbines to, 713, 751*. See 710
  • “ Boreas,” H.M.Destroyer. Launch, 798
  • Boring Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Borquist, W. D., on Household and Rural Electrification in Sweden, 92
  • Borsig, A., Ruths Steam Accumulators, 764
  • Bottcher und Gessner, Dovetailing Machine, 310*
  • Bottoming Machine for Tins, 373*
  • Boulton A Paul, Ltd., Airship “ R.101,” 187*,
  • 271* ; Townend Ring for Aero Engines, 703
  • Bouncing-Pin Apparatus, Measurement of Detonation in Petrol Engines, 44*
  • Box-Nailing and Printing Machines (Bohm und Kruse), 311*
  • Bradfleld, Dr. J. J. C., Sydney Harbour Bridge, Erection of Main Arch Span 495*, 533*
  • Bragg, Sir W., on Structure of Cellulose, 525
  • Brakes. Rail, for Marshalling Yards, 724
  • Railway, Testing Set, (Heatly-Gresham Engineering Co., Ltd.), 208*
  • See also Dynamometer
  • Brand, C., A Son, Portishead Power Station, Circulating-Water Culverts, 433*
  • Brand, F. F., on Large Power Transformers, 93
  • Brass, Aluminium, Properties of, 398, 554*
  • Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • Ingots, Macrostructure of, 357*, 384
  • Tubes, Hard-Drawn, Initial Stresses in, 65
  • Brassey’s Naval and Shipping Annual (Review), 500
  • Braun, F., A.-G., Radial Drilling Machine, 309
  • Breakdowns. See Accidents Brenforce Travelling Scholarship, 604
  • Brick and Concrete Culverts, Portishead Power Station, 433*
  • Fire. See Firebricks ; Refractory Materials
  • Bridge, Attock, across River Indus, Recon¬struction, 503
  • Bassein, India, Rebuilding of, 503
  • Construction in New York, Financing of, 113
  • Ferro-Concrete, Beams for, 591
  • Forth, Difficulties in Construction, 238
  • Proposed Road Traffic over, 234
  • Kent and Leven Viaducts, Reconstruction of, 426
  • Liskeard Viaduct, Reconstruction of, 425
  • Lower Sone, India, lte-Girdering of, 562. See Erratum, 697
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Heavy Traffic over, Lawsuit, 411
  • Railway, Walton Hall Avenue, Liverpool,
  • Replacement of, 696*
  • Static and Dynamic Stresses in, 754*
  • River Godavery, India, Handling and Erecting Gear, 160*
  • Royal Albert, Saltash, Reconstruction of Approach Spans, 425
  • Scheme, Charing Cross, 114, 640
  • Swing, Folkestone Harbour, Replacement of, 645*
  • Sydney Harbour, Erection of Main Arch Span, 495*. 533*
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Brightside Foundry and Engineering Co., Ltd., Rolling Mill Plant, 103*
  • Brinell Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Bristol Corporation, Portishead Power Station, Circulating-Water Culverts, 433*
  • Meeting, British Association, See British Association
  • Temple Meads Railway Station, 605
  • Bristow, R. C., on Cochin Harbour Works, 331
  • " Britannia,” S.S., Atlantic Voyages of, 692
  • “ Britannic,” M.S., White Star Liner, 836
  • British Architects, Royal Institute of, Scholar¬ship, 734
  • Association, Bristol Meeting, Programme, 567, 833
  • British Catadyn Co., Ltd., Water-Sterilisation System, 301
  • Columbia Association of Professional Engi¬neers, 703
  • Hydro-Electric Developments, 62, 829
  • Compressed Air Society, Formation of, 550
  • Corporation Register of Shipping and Air¬craft, Ship Register, 323 ; Annual Report, 549
  • Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, Work of, 196
  • Development Association, Work of, 544
  • Empire Trade Exhibition, Buenos Aires, 71, 448, 509
  • Engineering Standards Association. See Engineering Standards
  • Glidiug Association, Formation of, 201
  • British Industries Fair, Birmingham, 203*, 227, • 201. See 295*, 438*, 005
  • British Jeffrey-Diamond, Ltd., Single-Roll Crushing Machine 811*
  • Motor Taxation, Influence on Petrol-Engine Design, 303*. See Letters, 770, 803
  • Navy. See 11.M., under Warships
  • Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association,
  • Investigations on Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 30 ; Researches on Cast- Copper and Bronze, 353*, 384, 457*, 522*
  • " British Queen,” S.S., Atlantic Voyages of, 092
  • Railways. See Railways
  • British Rema Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Coal- Pulverising Plant, 820*
  • British Reverberatory Furnaces, Ltd., Oil- Heated Furnace, 220
  • Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • Shipping. See Shipping
  • British Sousedik Electric Motors, Ltd., Auto¬matic Starter for Three-Phase Motors, 100*
  • British Steel Piling Co., Ltd., Pile-Driving Plant, Adelaide Harbour, 57* ; Transit Concrete Mixer, 031*
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Flange- Type Motor for Machine Tools, 221*;
  • 11,000-volt Vertical-Plugging Switchgear, 221* ; All-Electric Totalisator, 269*; Switchgear, Lots Road Power Station, 443 ; Switchgear, Central Scotland Elec¬tricity Scheme, 601*
  • Trade. See Trade
  • Broadhead, C. F., on a New Road Binder, 742
  • Bromilow & Edwards, Ltd., High-Lift Lorry-Tipping Gear, 618*
  • Bronze Castings, Unsoundness in, 353*, 384
  • Early Production of, 352
  • Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., High-Speed Geared Guillotine Shears, 226
  • Brown, Boveri & Co., Ltd., 32,500 kv.-a. Slow- Speed Alternators, 743*
  • Brown Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation of, 50,184
  • Brown, D., & Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., Manufacture of Gearing at Park Works, 559*, 693*. See Erratum, 744
  • Brown, J., & Co., Ltd., S.S. “ Empress of Britain,” Launch, 773 ; Variable-Density Wind Tunnel, 808*
  • Brown, S. G., on Gyro-Compass for Gunfire Control, 323
  • Brown, W., the Late, 10
  • Browns Dryers, Ltd., Electric-Oil Heat- Storage Equipment, 493
  • Bruckner Weather Cycle, 143
  • Brule River Dam, Florence, Wisconsin, Uplift Diagram, 183*
  • " Brunswick,” Diesel-Electric Oil-Tanker, Per¬formances, 513, 519*
  • Brydges, J. K., on Electricity Supply, 693
  • Biichi Supercharger, Diesel Engines, M.S.
  • ” Maron,” Trials of, 280. See Letters, 323, 413 ; M.S. “ Dunbar Castle,” 697
  • Buchli, J., on the Heat Economy of the Steam Locomotive, 266
  • Bucknall, E. H., on Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 30
  • Budget, Canadian, and Empire Trade, 632. See Erratum, 683
  • Buenos Aires, British Empire Trade Exhibition, 71, 448, 509
  • Buffing and Polishing Set, Electrically-Driven (W. Canning & Co., Ltd.), 223*
  • Builders, Institute of, National Certificates in Building Technology, 88
  • Building Congress, New York, Work of, 706
  • Construction. See also Ferro-Concrete and
  • Paragraph Index
  • Contracts, Standard Conditions, 707
  • Corrosion of Lead in, Report, 494
  • Electrical Heating of, 741
  • Financial and Credit Facilities for, 706
  • High, in United States and Canada, 581
  • Illumination of, “ Daylight Factor ” in, 550
  • Industry, Rationalisation in, 706
  • and Public Works International Con¬gress, London, Reports on Rationalisa¬tion in Building Industry, 706; New York Building Congress, Organisation and Activities, by R. D. Kohn, 706 ; Report on Financial and Credit Facilities, 706; Discussion on Scientific Research in Build¬ings and Public Works, 707 ; Discussion on. Standard Conditions of Contract, 707 ; Reports on Working-Class Houses, 707 ; Discussion on Apprenticeship in Building Trade, 707 ; Discussion on Education and Training in Building Trade, 707
  • Research Board, Report, 142 ; Report on
  • Protection of Mortar and Concrete against Frost, 237
  • Station, Report on Corrosion of Lead in
  • Buildings, 494 ; Microvolt-Hour Meter,. 675
  • Steel Structures for, Canadian Specification, 811
  • Buist, D. M., on Power Plant at Billingham, 350
  • Bullets, Leather, for Cleaning Condenser Tubes, 718*
  • Bureau of Mines. See United States
  • of Standards. See United States Burkhardt, J. E., on Colliers “ Berwindglen "
  • and “ Berwindyale,” 262
  • Burma, Port of Rangoon, Annual Report, 231
  • Burmeister & Wain, Diesel Engine Construc¬tion, 185
  • Burners for Blast-Furnace Gas, 588*
  • Heavy-Oil, Dicol, 300*
  • Pulverised Fuel (Riley Stoker Corporation), 250*
  • Burr, J. W., on Electrical Heating of Buildings, 741
  • Butane for Carburation of Water Gas, 148
  • Buttresses, Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, 276*

C

  • CABLES, Anchorage, Sydney Harbour Bridge, 495*, 533*
  • Sec also Wire Ropes and Electric Cableway. See Wire Ropeway
  • Cadmium, Electro-Deposited, Protective Value of, 389*, 398
  • Cages, Mine, Signalling from, 54
  • Cahokia Power Station, Data on. 299
  • Caillard, Sir V. II. I*., the Late, 418
  • Caissons, Blackwall 'runnel, 239
  • Entrance Lock. Ymuiden, North Sea Canal. 68*
  • Foundation, Forth Bridge, Construction of, 238
  • Calais-Douvres,” Cross-Channel Steamer, Historv of, 96
  • Calcium Chloride for Protection of Concrete against Frost, 237
  • Calcutta, Cable Tunnel under River Hooghly, 124
  • Californian Petroleum Industry, Fatalities in, 324
  • Callendar, Prof. H. I.,, the l>ate, 115
  • Work on Properties of Steam. 257
  • Cambridge Instrument Co.. Ltd.. Seismograph for Geophysical Surveying. 52 ; Univer¬sal Deflectograph, 52* ; Mutual Inducto¬meter, 53*: Micro-Ammeters, 54*;
  • Recording Colorimeter, 54 ; Humidity Record, 54 ; Vacuo Thermo-Junction, 54 ; Airship Mooring-Strain Indicator, 584*. See 273*: Recording Microphotometer, 643 ; Leaky-Harper Drawing Machine, 644
  • Cammell Laird <fc Co., Ltd., Explosion of Stirling Boiler, 577
  • Campbell Mutual Inductometer (Cambridge Instrument Co.. Ltd.), 53*
  • Canada. British Columbia, Hydro-Electric Developments, 62, 829
  • Development of Lignite Deposits. 455
  • Diesel Engine Installations in, 124
  • Engineering Institute of, St. Hubert Air¬
  • port. by R. de B. Corriveau, 842*
  • Fort Churchill Harbour Works. 71
  • High Buildings in, 581
  • Hudson Bay Railway, Proposed Connections with, 355
  • Hydro-Electric Power Development in, 62, 536, 829. See 124
  • Montreal, St. Hubert Airport, 842*
  • Ontario, Sault Ste. Marie, Electro-Metal¬lurgical Plant at. 256
  • Peace River and Vancouver Railway, Pro¬posed, 255
  • Quebec, Chute 5 Caron Hydro-Electric Power Plant. 323
  • Saguenay and Chibougamau Railway, Progress of, 550
  • St. Francis River, Proposed Hydro-Electric Plant, 147
  • Registrations of Engineers in, 768
  • River Churchill Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 442
  • St. John Harbour Extension, 720
  • Canada Steamship Lines, Ltd., M.S. " Grain- motor,” 124
  • Testing Electrical Appliances in, 669
  • Toronto, Royal York Hotel, Engineering Equipment, 278*
  • Water-Power Resources, 124
  • Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction. See Welland Ship Canal
  • Winnipeg Airway Beacon, 701
  • Canadian Budget and Empire Trade, 632. See Erratum, 683
  • Department of Mines, Investigations of Fuels and Fuel Testing, 234
  • Electrical Code, 449
  • Engineering Standards Association, Specifi¬cations, Steel Bars and Billets, 252
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Airway Beacon, 701
  • Pacific Liner “ Empress of Britain,” Launch, 773
  • Railway, Royal York Hotel. Toronto,
  • Engineering Equipment of, 278* : Branch- Line Construction Programme, 518
  • Canadian Vickers, Ltd., Airship Mooring Tower, St. Hubert Airport, 842*
  • Canal, Discharge, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 762*
  • Manchester Ship, Traffic Statistics. 486
  • North Sea, Ymuiden Entrance Lock, 3*, 67*
  • Panama, Annual Report, 230
  • Rocky River. Hydro-Electric Plant, 37*
  • Velocity, Depth and Silt Transport For¬mulae, 179
  • Welland Ship, Canada, Reconstruction,
  • 157*. 241*, 336*, 400*. 468*, 592*, 663*, 711*. 725*. 790*
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Candee, A. H., on Internal-Combustion Engines in North American Rail Transportation, 117
  • Canning, W., & Co., Ltd., Polishing and Buffing Set, 223* ; Electroplating Dynamo, 223*
  • Cantilever Bridge. See Bridge
  • Tubes, Forth Bridge, Alignment of, 238 Capacity. See Electric
  • Capital and Labour. See Labour
  • Caprotti-Beardmore Locomotive Valve Gear, London & North Eastern Railway, 133*
  • Capstan Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
  • Carbofrax Firebricks for Boiler Furnaces, 248
  • Carbon Deposition in Blast Furnace, 609, 647
  • Dioxide, Effect on Copper and Bronze, 358*, 384. See 457*
  • Scrubbers, Ammonia Production Plant, 163*
  • Monoxide, Combustion of, 589, 610
  • Effect on Copper, 457*. See 384
  • in Gas Manufacture. 261
  • from Motor Cars, Risks from, 295
  • Carborundum Co., Carbofrax Firebricks for Boiler Furnaces. 248
  • Composition and Properties of, 392
  • Carburation of Water Gas, Butane and Propane for, 148
  • Carburising Reactions in Iron-Carbon Alloys, 642
  • Cardington, Airship Mooring Tower, 271*. See 584*
  • Cards Marine Oil Engine, Tug " Irande,” 106
  • Cargo Steamers. See Steamers “ Carnarvonshire,” S.S., Explosion of Stop Valve, 493
  • Carnegie, F.. on Production and Distribution of Steam in Factories, 585*, 618*. See 579, 650*
  • Carpenter, Electric (Woodworking Machinery Co.. Inc.), 688*
  • Carpenter, Prof. Sir H. C. II. on Metallography of Ancient Egyptian Implements, 641; Exhibits at Koval Society Conversazione, 823
  • Carriages, Railway, All-Steel. Use of. 789
  • Oil Engine-Driven, witli Electric Trans¬mission, Italian State Railways, 7*
  • Steam Rail, Articulated, for Egyptian State Railways, 715*
  • Cars, Motor. See Motor Cars
  • Cast Iron, Admiralty Specification, 475
  • Grey, Effect of Melting Conditions on, 643
  • Malleable, Use in Belleville Boilers, 50
  • Metallurgy and Production of (Review), 453
  • " Castalia,” Cross-Channel Steamer, History, 96
  • Castings, Bronze, Unsoundness in, 358*, 384
  • Centrifugal, of Worm-Wheel Blanks (I).
  • Brown & Sons (Huddersfield). Ltd.), 696
  • Steel, Naval Experience with, 475, 486
  • Castner-Kellner Alkali Co., 600-lb. Pressure Yarrow Boilers, Design and Performance, 406*. See 416. See Letters, 487, 517, 571. See Erratum, 509
  • Catadyn Water-Sterilisation System, 301 Catalogues, 61, 93, 148, 239, 270, 301, 332, 396. 429, 462, 494, 524, 557, 590, 620. 654, 687, 720. 784, 813. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Catchwater Drain, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 761*
  • Caterpillar Tractor. See Tractor Catterson-Smith, R. M., Electric Furnaces, 128
  • Cell, Kreuger, Measurement of Impact Forces, 70
  • Celluloid Models, Stress Determination by. See Optical
  • Cellulose, Molecular Structure of, 525*
  • Cement, Investigations by Building Research Board, 142
  • Kiln, Rotary, Pulverised-Fuel Firing, 185
  • Mortar, Protection Against Frost by Salts, 237
  • Tensile Tests of, 67*
  • See also Concrete and Paragraph Index
  • Cementite, Spheroi lisation in Superheater Tube, 265
  • Census, Road Traffic, 1928. Report. 414
  • Centenary, Faraday, Programme, 832
  • of Fourier, 675
  • of F. A. Winsor. 740
  • Central Station. Sec Power Station Centrifugal Casting of Worm-Wheel Blanks
  • (I). Brown & Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 696
  • Ore Concentration, Experiments on, 775
  • Pumps. See Pumps
  • Chadwick, J., Co., Ltd., Explosion of Cast- Iron Stop Valve, 453
  • Chain Feeder for Materials (Ross Patents, Ltd.), 211
  • and other Lifting Appliances, Report, 241
  • Track Tractor. Sec Tractor
  • Chamber, Recompression, Use in Hudson River Tunnel, 238
  • Change Speed Gear. See Gear; Motor-Car Details
  • Channels, Stable, in Alluvium, 179
  • Steamers “ Bessemer,” “ Castalia,” and “Calais-Douvres,” 96*
  • Tunnel Committee, Report, 381 Charing Cross Bridge Scheme, 114, 640
  • “Charlotte Dundas,” S.S., History of, 333
  • Charlottenburg Power Station, Ruths Steam Accumulators, 155, 764*
  • Technical High School, Tests of Benson Boiler, 89*
  • Charter, Royal, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 769
  • Chatfield, R. S., on Electricity Committees and Municipal Electricity Undertakings, 698
  • Chelsea Polytechnic, Demonstrations in Photo¬micrography, 487
  • Chemical Corrosion of Refractory Bricks, 391
  • Industry, Society of, Developments and
  • Problems in Coal Cleaning, by Dr. F. S. Sinnatt and D. T. Davies, 449
  • Chemistry, Investigation of Isotopes, 461*
  • Molecular Structure of Cellulose, 525*
  • Transmutation of Matter, 549* See also Paragraph Index
  • Cheshire Lines Committee, Replacement of Railway Bridge, Liverpool, 696*
  • Chile, 300-h.p. Diesel Locomotive for, 324
  • Chilled-Iron Rolls, Manufacture of (Review), 274
  • Chimney, Brick, Provision for Steeplejack’s Ladder in, 796
  • China, Economic Conditions in, Report, 288
  • Yunnan, Mineral Resources of, 32
  • Chitanl, Y., on Petroleum Resources of Japan, 184
  • Chlorinator, Water (Royles, Ltd.), 216
  • Chorlton, A. E. L., on Railway Traction by Oil Engines, 110
  • Christie, S. P., Two-Stroke Gas-Pump, 404
  • Chromium-Copper Structural Steels, Proper¬ties of, 642, 687*
  • Electro-Deposited, Protective Value of, 389*, 398. See 94*
  • Plating, Process of, 94*. See 389*, 398
  • Steels, Properties of, 643, 680*, 749 Chuck. See Machine Tools
  • Churchill, Harbour Works, Hudson Bay, 71
  • Churchill Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Roll-Grinding Machine, 538*. See Erratum, 640
  • River, Canada, Hydro-Electric Plant, 442
  • Chute 5 Caron Hydro-Electric Plant, Canada, 323
  • Chute, Telescopic, Potash Storage and Shipment Plant, Antwerp, 306*, 365*
  • Cinder Trap, Boiler-Flue (Green Fuel Econo¬miser Co.), 248
  • Circular Saws. Sec Saws under Machine Tools
  • Circulating Pumps. See Pumps Water Culverts, Portishead Power Station, 433*
  • " City of Cambridge,” S.S., Bauer-Wach Ex¬haust-Steam Turbine Installation, 139
  • Civil Aerial Transport. See Aeronautics
  • Engineers, American Society of, Laminated Arch Dams with Forked Abutments, by Dr. F. A. Noetzli, 578

Civil Engineers, Institution of :

  • Railway Traction by Oil Engines, by A. E. L. Chorlton, 110
  • Stable Channels in Alluvium, by G. Lacey, 179
  • Annual Dinner, 290
  • Diversion of the River Ashop, by R. W. o. Thompson, 301
  • Cochin Harbour Works, by R. C. Bristow, 331
  • Development of Lyttelton Harbour, New Zealand, by C. J. R- Williams, 332
  • Tyne Commission Quay, North Shields, by R. F. Hindmarsh, 332
  • Reconstruction of Liskeard Viaduct and Scheme for Reconstruction of Ap¬proach Spans, Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, by H. I). Smith, 425
  • Reconstruction of Approach Spans, Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, by F. Gibbons, 420
  • Reconstruction of Kent and Leven Via¬ducts, Furness Section, London, Midland and Scottish Railway, by J. Alexander, 426
  • Rebuilding of Bassein Bridges on Bombay, Baroda and Central India Railway, by B. B. Haskew, 503
  • Reconstruction of Attock Bridge across the River Indus on North Western Railway, India, by W. T. Everall, 503
  • Report of Committee on Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 544
  • James Forrest Lecture on Aeronautical Progress, 1914-1930, by Prof. R. V. Southwell, 611
  • Conversazione and Exhibition, 772
  • Clark, F. S., On Thermal Electric Plant, 154 Clarke, C. W. G., On Utilisation of Waste Heat In Steel Industry, 749
  • Clarke, Chapman & Co., Ltd., Control System for Electric Winches, 483; Evaporator with Continuous-Cleaning Mechanism, 774*
  • Claxton, G., on Benzole Recovery and Gas Works Practice, 743
  • Clay, Fluidity of, 134. See 6S9*, 753*
  • Foundations, Bearing Capacity of, 639
  • Internal Friction of, Experiments on, 689, 753*. See 134
  • Fire. See Firebricks ; Refractory Materials Cleaning Coal, Developments and Problems in, 449
  • Clerk, Sir D., on Rating Petrol Engines by Cylinder Dimensions, 368
  • "Clermont,’’ S.S., History of, 334
  • Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Co., Ltd., Tilbury Passenger-Lauding Stage, 678*
  • Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • and the Northern Counties, Notes from
  • 14, 46, 78, 109, 138, 170, 200, 255, 284, 316, 346, 378, 410, 445, 478, 508, 540, 572, 604, 636, 670, 702, 734, 766, 798, 828. See Paragraph Index
  • Climate. See Meteorological
  • Clyde River, Overhead Power Transmission Line, 603*
  • CO2. See Carbon Dioxide
  • Coaches, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coal, Brown, Low-Temperature Carbonisation of, 50, 184
  • Bunker and Cargo, Fires in Steamships, Report, 463
  • Cleaning, Developments and Problems in,449
  • Dusts, Relative Inflammability of, Re¬port, 536
  • Exports of, 258
  • Feeders, Revolving-Table, Becker Coke-Oven Plant, Sheffield, 699*
  • Gas. See Oas
  • Industry, International, Wages, in, 23, 252,680
  • United States, Wages and Hours in, 252
  • Wages in Belgium, Poland and Great Britain, 680
  • High-Temperature Distillation, Economic Problems of, 835
  • Liquefaction of, Bergius Process, Hydrogen-Production Plant for, Duisburg, 165*
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation and Elec¬tricity Supply, 50
  • Temperature Distillation Experiments at Dunston Power Station, 184
  • Mine. See Colliery and Ores, Dressing of (Review), 192
  • Production and Preparation of, 804
  • Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal
  • Resources of Japan, 183
  • Sampling and Analysis, Royal Ordnance
  • Factories, Woolwich, 587
  • Soft, as Domestic Fuel in Japan, 184
  • Transportation and Distribution in Japan, 183
  • Transporter, Aerial, with Travelling Tower (J. Pohlig A.-G.), 629*
  • Washing Investigations, American, 196 See also Paragraph Index
  • Coaling-Plant, Locomotive, at Kipps, London and North Eastern Railway, 330*
  • Coats Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Monotron Hard¬ness Indicator, 129
  • Cobalt-Chromium Steel, Properties of, 643, 682
  • Cobb, Prof. J. W., on Leeds University and Gas Research, 742
  • Cobee Hack-Saw Blade (’’ Barsonator ’’ Werk- zeug G.m.b.H.), 518
  • Cochin, India, Harbour Developments at, 331, 636. See Letter, 679
  • Cochrane Corporation, De-Aerntor for Domestic Water Supply, 120* ; Multiport Back- Pressure Steam Valve, 120*
  • Coefficients of Discharge, Flow from Nozzles, 803
  • Coke, Bag Tests and Box Tests of, 590
  • Oven Gas Decomposition, Linde Plant, 163*
  • Gas, Long-Distance Distribution, 705
  • Gas, Utilisation at Skinningrove, 588*, 610, 617*
  • in Gas Works, 742
  • Plant, Becker, Thorncliffe Coal Distilla¬tion, Ltd., 699*
  • Production and Preparation of, 804
  • Research Committee, Midland, Shatter-Test Apparatus, 745*
  • Coke Research Committee, Northern, Annual Report, 590
  • Shatter-Test Apparatus for, 745*
  • Coker, Prof. E. G., on Lateral Extensometers, 465* ; on Stress Distributions in Notched Beams, 516
  • Cold Storage. See Refrigeration
  • Cole, Diekin & Hills, Dicol Oil Burner, 300
  • Coleman, G. P., on Stress Distribution In Notched Beams, 516
  • College. See Education
  • Collieries, Electric-Cable Connecting Box for (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 223*
  • Signalling from Cages, 54
  • Ventilation of, Physiological Problems, 295
  • Colliery Gate Ends, Portable Air-Break
  • Circuit Breaker for (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 223*
  • Hohenzollern, Aerial Coal Transporter with Travelling Tower, 629*
  • Mont Cenls, Sodingen, Dortmund, Linde Plant for Coke-Oven Gas Decomposition, 163*
  • See also Mines and Coal
  • Collisions. Sec Accidents
  • Colorado Dam, Uplift Diagram, 235
  • Colorimeter, Recording (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 54
  • Columbia Power Station, Data on, 299 ; Opera¬ting Results, 746*
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests (Materials)
  • Combustion of Carbon Monoxide, 589, 610
  • Gaseous, at High Pressures (Review), 561 " Comet," S.S., History of, 334
  • Commerce and Industry, Association for Education in. See Industry and Com¬merce
  • See Trade. See also Industries and Com¬merce in Paragraph Index
  • Commercial Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Motor Cars. See Motor
  • Commission, Royal. See Royal Commission
  • Committee, Engineering Standards. See Engi¬neering and Standardisation
  • Commonwealth. See Australia
  • Compani de Salitres y Ferrocaril de Junin, 300-h.p. Diesel Locomotive, 324*
  • Companies. See Paragraph Index
  • Compass, Master, Holmes Magnetic (H. Hughes & Son, Ltd.), 130.
  • Compensation Water, Assessment of, 832
  • Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Compounding in Aero Engines, 738. See Letters, 776, 838
  • Compressed-Air Cylinders, Welding of, 349, 353, 362*, 384, 386*, 394*, 427*
  • Discharge from Reservoirs, Theory of, 515
  • Society, British, Formation of, 550
  • Tools. See Machine Tools See also Pneumatic
  • Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor
  • Nitrogen and Ammonia, Coke-Oven Gas Decomposition Plant, 165*
  • Concrete Block and Slab Machine (Lee & Fouracre), 211
  • Culverts, Portishead Power Station, 433*
  • Core Wall, Impounding Dam, Welland Ship
  • Canal Reconstruction, 791*
  • Crib-Work Wharf, Harbour Works, Fort
  • Churchill, Canada, 71
  • Guns, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 126*
  • Hardening in Sea Water, 67*
  • Investigations by Building Research Board, 142
  • Making, Basic Principles of (Review), 677
  • Mixers (F. Parker, Ltd.), 226
  • "Transit” (British Steel Piling Co., Ltd.), 631*
  • Monoliths, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruc¬tion, 242*
  • Protection against Frost by Salts, 237
  • Pump Casings, Medemblik Pumping Sta¬tion, 656*
  • Railway Sleepers, Use of, 659
  • Reinforced. See Ferro-Concrete Silos (Taddei), 432
  • Use in Railway Construction, 660
  • See also Ferro-Concrete and Paragraph Index
  • Condenser, 2,000-h.p. Krupp Turbine Loco¬motive, 280*
  • Tubes, Leather Bullets for Cleaning, 718
  • Naval, Materials for, 473, 486 See also Electric.
  • Condensing Plant, Barton Power Station Extension, Operating Results, 684*, 718*, 739, 746
  • Conductivity. Thermal, Refractory Bricks, 391
  • See also Electric
  • Conduits, Ferro-Concrete, Medemblik Pumping Station, 656*
  • Conference (1929), Safety of Life at Sea, 485, 489*
  • World Power. See World Power Conference Congress for Applied Mechanics, Third Interna¬tional, Stockholm, 450
  • Building, New York, Work of, 706
  • Illumination, International, Great Britain, 1931, 143, 799
  • International, Building and Public Works,
  • London. See Building and Public Works
  • on General Mechanics, Li6ge, 1930, 143
  • History of Science and Technology, 568
  • Railway, Madrid. See Railway Congress
  • World Engineering, in Japan. See Engineer¬ing Congress
  • Ziirich, 1931, New International Association for Testing Materials, 439
  • Connecticut Light & Power Co., Rocky River Hydro-Electric Development, 35*, 97* Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.,
  • Scaling Tools 63*. See Erratum, 79
  • Constructional Engineering Industry, Position and Prospects, 307
  • Contracts, Building, Standard Conditions, 707
  • Controllers, Electric Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • Gas-Pressure, Automatic (G. Kent & Co. Ltd.). 841*
  • Convection Data and Heat Transmission, 742
  • Conversazione, Institution of Electrical En¬gineers, 825
  • Royal Society, 643, 675, 823
  • Conveyor Belt Cleaner (Robins Conveying Belt Co.), 248*
  • Floating, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 759*
  • Portable (Allgemeine Transportanlagen Gcsellschaft), 473* ; (Mavor & Coulson, Ltd.), 783*
  • Potash Storage and Shipment Plant, Ant¬werp, 306*
  • Cooke, Troughton & Simms, Ltd., Nomograph for Surveyors, 315
  • Coolers, Gas, Becker Coke-Oven Plant, Sheffield, 699*
  • Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, Gila River, Arizona, 193*, 276*, 368*
  • Co-Operation. See Labour
  • Coping Guards, Lock Wall, Welland Ship Canal, 242*
  • Copper Alloys. See Brass; Bronze; Qun- metal; and Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Conductors, Standard Specification, 671
  • Cupped, X-Ray Studies of, 61
  • Effect of Phosphorus on, 385, 522*. See Erratum, 436
  • Imports of, 51
  • Ingots, Soundness in, 384, 457*
  • Large Single Crystal of, 823
  • Locomotive Firebox, Properties of, 30
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Steam Pipe, Failure in S.S. “ Rimutaka,” 493
  • Sulphide, Super-Conductivity of, 324
  • Tubes, Hard-Drawn, Initial Stresses in, 65*
  • Wire for Electrical Machinery, Standard Specification, 57
  • Zinc Diffusion in, 398
  • See also Metallurgy
  • Core Wall, Concrete, Impounding Dam, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 791*
  • Cornish, R. J., on Test for Theodolite, 521
  • Corriveau, R. de B., on St. Hubert Airport, Montreal, 842*
  • Corrosion, Chemical, of Refractory Bricks, 391
  • Effect on Strength of Lead, 399, 423*
  • Tron and Steel, at Plymouth, Southampton and Weston-super-Mare, 544
  • of Lead in Buildings, Report, 494
  • in Naval Boilers and Condensers. 473*, 486
  • Resistance, Chromium-Copper Steel, 642, 687
  • Resisting Properties of Refractory Materials, 525
  • Steels for Ships, 263
  • Sea Water, of Iron and Steel, 544
  • Tests, Aluminium Brasses, 398, 554
  • Electro-Deposited Coatings, 389*, 398. See Letter, 454
  • of Zinc, Iron and Steel, 134
  • Counterweights, Lock Gate, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 664*
  • Coverings, Non-Conducting. See Heat Insula¬tion
  • Cracking, Season, and Initial Stresses in Hard- Drawn Tubes, 65*
  • Craggs-Plummer Adjustable Pit Prop, 212
  • Crane, Cantilever, Shipyard, 5-Ton (J. Booth & Bros., Ltd.). 253*
  • Creeper, 122-ton, Erection of Sydney Harbour Bridge, 495* 533*
  • Dredging, Well Foundation, Godavery Bridge, India, 160*
  • Electric, 25-ton, H.M. Fleet Repair Ship " Resource,” 12*
  • Grab, Floating, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 759*
  • Hooks, Factor of Safety for, 241
  • Petrol-Electric Runabout (H. Morris, Ltd.), 208*
  • Safe-Load Indicator for (Nash Safe-Load Indicators, Ltd.), 807*
  • Travelling, Potash Storage and Shipment Plant, Antwerp, 366*
  • Unloading, Potash Storage and Shipment Plant, Antwerp, 305*
  • Crankshafts, Torsional Vibration in Marine Diesel Engines, 529, 551*
  • Creaking in Passenger Ships, Causes of, 515. See Letter, 572
  • Creep of Steel under Simple and Compound Stresses, 265*, 327*, 772*, 785*
  • Creeper Cranes, 122-ton, Erection of Sydney Harbour Bridge, 495*, 533*
  • Critical Points, Metals. See Metallurgy
  • Speed of Shafting and Vibration in Ships, 529, 551*
  • Crompton, Col. R. E., Presentation of Address to, 825
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 87
  • Cross-Channel Steamers “ Bessemer,” " Casta¬lia ” and “ Calais-Douvres,” 96*
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 220-h.p. Four-Cylinder Oil Engiue, 203*
  • Crucibles for Nickel-Chromium Alloys, 781
  • Crude Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crushing Machine, Single-Roll (British Jeffrev- Diamond, Ltd.), 811*
  • Crystal, Single, of Copper, 823
  • Structure of Vitreous and Amorphous Bodies, 676
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. See Metallo¬graphy ; Microphotographs
  • Culverto, Circulating-Water, Portishead Power Station, 433*
  • Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal, 6*
  • Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 157*, 241 *, 593*, 663*
  • Cunard Company, Early Fast Ships of, 693
  • Cunningham, Dr. B., on Entrance Lock of North Sea Canal to Amsterdam, 3*, 67*
  • Cupped Copper, X-Ray Studies of, 61
  • “ Curacoa,” S.S., Atlantic Voyages of, 691
  • Curtis Steam Traps (J. d’Este Co.), 250
  • Curved Beams, Plaster Models for Stress Deter¬mination in, 231
  • Cussons, G., Ltd., Model of Thermodynamic Surface of Nitrogen, 130
  • Cycle Industry, Position and Prospects, 114
  • Motor. See Motor Cycle
  • Cyclic Temperature Controller and Recorder, CDrayton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd.), 214*
  • Cylinders, Thick-Walled, under High Pressure and Temperature, 772*, 785*, 818*
  • Compressed-Air and Gas, Welding of, 349, 353, 362*, 382, 386*. 394*, 427*

D.

  • DALMARNOOK Substation, 00,000 kv.-a. Transformers, 000*
  • Dalrymple-Hay, H. H., Circulating-Water
  • Culverts, Portisheal Power Station, 433
  • Dam, Arch, Dordogne River, Mardge, France, 578
  • Laminated, with Forked Abutments, 578
  • Assouan, Sluice-Discharge Measurements, 23 ; Heightening of, 101*
  • Concrete Wall, Rocky River Hydro-Electric Development, 37*
  • Coolidge Multiple-Dome, Gila River, Ari¬zona, 193*, 276*, 308*
  • Earth-Fill, Mocassin Creek Reservoir, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Fran¬cisco, 125*
  • Fill, Rocky River Hydro-Electric De¬velopment, 37*
  • Eildon, Failure of, 134
  • Enclosing, Medemblik Pumping Station, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 655*
  • Impounding, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 791*
  • Masonry, Hydrostatic Uplift under, 181*, 235*
  • Reservoirs (Safety Provisions) Bill, Objec¬tions to, 516
  • Safety and Watertightness of, 267. See Erratum, 411
  • Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works. 055*. 761
  • Daniel, A. J., on Safety of Life at Sea (1929 Conference), 489*. See 485
  • Daniels, E. J., on Unsoundness in Bronze Castings, 358*. See 353, 384
  • Dauzere, M. C., on Lightning and Power-Transmission Lines, 93
  • Davey, Paxman & Co., Ltd., All-Steel Sectional Hot-Water Boiler, 206
  • Davidson <& Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British In¬dustries Fair, 211
  • Davies, A., on Co-Ordination of Transport, 82
  • Davies, D. T., on Coal Cleaning, 449
  • Davies, L., on Protective Value of Some Electro-Deposited Coatings, 389*, 398. See Letter, 454
  • Davit, Gravity, and Winch (S. Taylor & Sons (Brierley Hill), Ltd.), 668*
  • "Daylight Factor ” in Illumination of Build¬ings, 550.
  • d’Este, J., Co., Curtis Steam Traps, 250
  • d’Eyncourt, Sir E. T., Work of, 35
  • De-Aerator for Domestic Water Supply (Coch¬rane Corporation), 120*
  • De Hankes Harbour, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 762*
  • Deflectograph, Universal (Cambridge Instru¬ment Co., Ltd.), 52*
  • Dehydration of Town Gas, 742
  • Deion Circuit Breaker (Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.), 152,* 174 Delanoe, F., Flax-Pulling Machine, 431
  • Den Oever Pumping Station, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 655*, 759*
  • Depth Gauges for Liquids (Liquidometer Co., Inc.), 74*
  • Derrick, Tilting, Godavery Bridge Construc¬tion, India, 161* See also Cranes
  • Derwent Valley Water Board, Diversion of River Ashop, 301
  • Deschamps, J., Gilled Tubes for Boiler Com¬bustion Chambers, 421*
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • Detonation in Petrol Engines, Bouncing-Pin Apparatus, 44*
  • Deutz Motorenfabrik, A.-G., High-Speed Oil Engines, 409*
  • Deviation of Oil Wells, Prevention and Correc¬tion, 699
  • Diagrams, Indicator. See Indicator
  • Metal-Price. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • “ Diane,” French Submarine, Launch, 671
  • Dichlorofluoromethane as a Refrigerant, 776
  • Dicol Heavy-Oil Burner, 300*
  • Die-Casting Alloys, Zinc-Base, Properties of, 399, 429*. See Letter, 517
  • Dies, Wire-Drawing (F. J. Witts & Co.), 130
  • Diesel Engine Users’ Association, High-Speed
  • Diesel Engine, by H. R. Ricardo, 607
  • See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine Pro¬pulsion
  • Dinnen, J., Writings on Marine Boilers, 499
  • Direction Finding, Radiotelegraphic. See Tele¬graphy, Wireless
  • Directories. See Literature Index
  • Discharge Coefllcients, Flow from Nozzles, 803
  • Dished-End Drums, Fusion-Welded, Strength of, 394
  • Drums, Stresses in, 190*. See Letter, 517
  • Diskus-Werke A.-G., 78-in. Hydraulic Face-Grinding Machine, 72*
  • Dispersers, Hydraulic Jet, Arapuni Hydro-Electric Scheme, 137*
  • Disputes, Trade. See Labour
  • Disrupted Strata (Review), 817
  • Distilling Apparatus (Royles, Ltd.), 216*
  • Diving, Physiological Aspects of, 259
  • Dixon, W., the Late, 147
  • Docherty, J. G., on Thickness of Boiler Tubes, 527* Sec Letters, 632*, 679, 711, 776
  • Dock, Barge, Sydney Harbour Bridge, 534*
  • Floating, for River Ganges, India, 13
  • for Walsh Island Dockyard, New South
  • Wales, 283*. See Addendum, 410
  • South Wales, Great Western Railway, De¬velopments, 385
  • Southampton, Extension, 573
  • Dockyard, Walsh Island, New South Wales, Floating Dock for, 283*. See Addendum, 410
  • Doehler Die Casting Co., Zinc Gear Wheels, 122
  • Doler Zinc (Doehler Die Casting Corporation), 122
  • Doll<5, Motor-Driven Mowing Machine, 431
  • Domestic Electric Power Supply, 804 Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd., Electrically *Driven Universal Woodworker, 210* ; 26- in. Saw Bench, 211*
  • Dondona, Lieut.-Col. F., on Sea Trials of Flotilla Leaders, 530. See 568
  • Doors, Culvert, Portishead Power Station, 436*
  • Lifting Machine, Becker Coke-Oven Plant, Sheffield, 699*
  • Dordogne River, MarOgc Arch Dam, 578
  • Dorman, Long & Co., Ltd., Sydney Harbour Bridge, Erection of Alain Span, 495*, 533
  • Dorman, W. H., & Co., Ltd., 61-b.h.p. Petrol Engine and Locomotive. 504*
  • Dortmund, Mont Ccnis Colliery, Linde Plant for Coke-Oven Gas Decomposition, 163
  • Drain, Catchwater, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 761*
  • Drainage Wells, Foundation, Ymuiden En¬trance Lock, North Sea Canal, 4*
  • Work, Gas-Displacement Pump for, 743
  • Drawing, Engineering, Theory and Application (Review), 39
  • Machine, Leaky-Harper (Cambridge In¬strument Co., Ltd.), 644
  • for Timber Investigation, 644
  • Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd.
  • Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies'
  • Exhibition, 88; Automatic Temperature or Pressure Regulating Apparatus, 136* ; Cyclic Temperature Controller and Re¬corder, 214
  • Dredging Crane, Well Foundation, Godavery Bridge, India, 160*
  • Dressings, Mould, Effect on Cast Alloys, 357 384
  • Driers, Sulphate, Becker Coke-Oven Plant, Sheffield, 699*
  • Drills and Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Drilling, Oil Well, Prevention of Deviation, 699
  • Drums, Dished End, Fusion-Welded, Strength of, 394*. See 190*, 517
  • Steam and Water, for 600-lb. Pressure Yar¬row Boilers, 406*. See 416
  • and Water, Strength of Dished Ends, 190*. See Letter, 517. See also 394
  • Dry Dock. See Dock Drying of Town Gas, 742
  • Hubert & Serre, Maize-Stripping Machine, 431
  • Dublin Summer Meeting, Institution of Electri¬cal Engineers. See Electrical Engineers,
  • Institution of Duddell Scholarship, 680
  • Duisburg, Hydrogen Plant for Coal Liquefaction, 165*
  • Dumping Grate for Boiler Furnaces (Neemes Foundry, Inc.,), 122
  • " Dunbar Castle," M.S., 697*
  • Dunston Power Station, Low-Temperature Distillation at, 184
  • Durham, F. E. F., on Pumping Machinery for Water-Works, 809*, 839. See 710
  • Durham Bursary, 604
  • Dusseidorf Meeting, Institute of Metals. See Metals, Institute of
  • Dust, Asbestos, Effect on Lungs, Report, 577
  • Coal, Relative Inflammability of, Report,536 See also Pulverised Coal
  • Removal from Flue Gases, 741. See 248
  • Trap, Boiler Flue (Green Fuel Economiser Co.)., 248
  • Dutch Power Station Practice, 267
  • Dynamometer, Transmission, Simple Form, 621*. See Letters, 743, 776
  • Electrical (Highficld Electrical Co., Ltd.), 438*. See 226
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo-Generators

E.

  • EARTH-FILL Dam, Rocky River Hydro-
  • Electric Development, 37*
  • Pressure, Experiments on, 689*, 753*
  • East Africa, Economic Conditions in, Report, 512
  • England Electricity Scheme, 667*
  • Indian State Railway, Re-Girdering of Lower Sone Bridge, 562*. See Erratum, 697
  • River Power Station, New York, Water-Tube Boiler, Record Performance, 137
  • Eccles, Dr. W. H., on Physical Research in Wireless, 805
  • Echo-Sounding Equipment, Marine, 129
  • Economic Development of Empire Markets, 415
  • Economics, Industrial. See also Labour Railway. See Railway
  • Economisers for 600-lb. Pressure Yarrow Boilers, 406*. See 416
  • for "Wood” Steam Generator, 143, 149*, 177. See Letter, 263
  • Edenholm, H., on Tests of Ljungstrom Air-Preheaters, 155
  • Edinburgh Corporation, Extension of Porto- bello Power Station, 715
  • Ediplate Corporation, Seamless Float, 249
  • Edmunds, G., on X-Ray Studies of Cupped Copper, 61*

Education :

  • Board of Education, National Certificates in Building Technology, 88
  • Builders, Institute of, National Certificates in Building Technology, 88
  • Building and Public Works. International Congress, Discussion on Apprentice¬ship, Education and Training, 707
  • Chelsea Polytechnic, Demonstrations in Photomicrography, 487
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of, Duddell and Ferranti Scholarships, 680
  • Engineering Training for Officers' Rank, 448
  • Faraday House, Faraday and Maxwell
  • Scholarships, 200 ; Entrance Scholar¬ships, 568
  • Fuel, Institute of, Annual Prize Essay, 148
  • Industry and Commerce, Association for Education in. Annual Report, 772
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, Durham Bursary, 604
  • Kenrick Technical College, Engineering Shop and Foundry, 60*
  • King's College, London, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Lectures on Engines for Aircraft, 254
  • Leicester College of Technology, Industrial and Commercial Administration Course, 800
  • London County Council School of Engin¬eering and Navigation, Lectures on High-Tension Electricity, 148
  • School of Hygiene and Tropical Medi¬cine, Lectures on Health in the Tropics, 321
  • University College (1826-1926) (Re¬view), 98
  • College, Goldsmid Engineering Scholarship, 88
  • Manchester Municipal College of Tech¬nology, Research Scholarships, 572 ; Summer Courses, 680
  • Marine Engineering, Scarcity of Students of, 482
  • National Union of Students, Appeal for Funds, 411
  • Naval Architecture, Scarcity of Students of, 482
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Report, Engineering Training for Officers’ Rank, 448
  • Patentees, Institute of, Scholarship, 387 Poplar School of Engineering and Naviga¬tion. Lectures on High-Tension Electricity, 148
  • Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Prospec¬tus, 734
  • Royal Institute of British Architects, Scholarship, 734
  • Sanitary Institute, Henry Saxon Snell Prize, 88
  • Society of Arts, Thomas Gray Prizes in Science of Navigation, 454
  • Salford Royal Technical College, John Morris Memorial Prize, 170
  • Scholarship, Science, Engineering and Metallurgy, Institute of Patentees, 387
  • Syllabus, 800
  • Structural Engineers, Institution of, Brenforce Travelling Scholarship, 604
  • Technical Education of Engineers, 34
  • University College, London (1826-1926) (Review), 98
  • London, Goldsmid Engineering Scholarship, 88
  • Welding Operatives, Training of, 349, 387
  • West Bromwich, Kenrick Technical College, Engineering Shop and Foundry, 60*
  • Whitworth Scholarships, Regulations, 734
  • Women’s Engineering Society, Pamphlet on Training Women as Engineers, 504
  • See also Paragraph Index Edward Valve & Manufacturing Co., 7-in., 1,350-lb. Pressure Stop Valve, 249
  • Edwards, W., & Co., Gaede Vacuum Pump, 130
  • Efficiency of Boiler Plants. See Boiler Plants of Engines. See Engines ; Trials
  • Egypt, Assouan Dam, Sluice - Discharge
  • Measurements, 23 ; Heightening of, 101*
  • River Nile, Nag llamnli Barrage, Construc¬tion Cableway, 252
  • Egyptian Implements, Ancient, Metallography of, 641
  • State Railways, Articulated Steam Rail Coaches, 715
  • Eildon Dam, Failure of, 134
  • Einstein, Prof. A., on Physical Space and the Ether Problems, 805
  • Elam, Dr. 0. F., on the Diffusion of Zinc in Copper, 398
  • Ellrich, W., on Town Heating in Germany, 185
  • Electric : Alternator. See Generator and Turbo Aluminium Conductors, Standard Specifi¬cation, 445
  • Ammeters, Micro- (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 54*
  • Arc Furnace. See Furnace, Electric Welding. See Welding
  • Arrester, Mercury, High-Voltage, 92, 93
  • Cable-Connecting Box for Alines (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 223*
  • Control (Bishop Wire & Cable Co.), 248
  • High-Voltage, Design and Operation (Review), 100
  • Investigations on Lead for Sheathing, 399, 423*
  • Tunnel under River Hooghly, 124
  • Canadian Electrical Code, 449
  • Central Electricity Board, Report, 481; East England Electricity Scheme, 667*
  • Stations. Sec Pouer Stations
  • Condenser, Air, and Transformers for 1,000,000-volt Testing Set (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 312*
  • Synchronous, Ilvdrogen-Cooled (General Electric Co.), 534*
  • Conductivity of Copper, 523*
  • of Copper Sulphide, 324
  • Conductors, Aluminium, Standard Specifica¬tion, 445
  • Copper, Southern Ireland Electricity Scheme, 732
  • Standard Spcciflcation, 671
  • Steel-Core, Aluminium, Central Scot¬land Electricity Scheme, 603*
  • Control System for Ships’ Windlasses, 483
  • Copper Sulphide, Super-Conductivity, 324
  • Crafts and Industry, Power Supply in, 833
  • Cranes. See Cranes
  • Current Tariffs and Load Models, 835
  • Dcssauer Circuit, 1,000,000-volt Testing Set, 312*
  • Dynamo. See Generator ; Turbo-Generator Electrical Appliances, Testing in Canada,
  • 669
  • Communication, Pioneers of (Review), 817
  • Development Association, British, Work of, 544
  • Engineering, Progress in United States, 55
  • Electrical Equipments, Explosion-Proof, Abnormal Pressures In, 477
  • Exhibits at Leipzig Fair, 340
  • Industry, Position and Prospects, 51
  • Machinery, Imports and Exports, 51, 777*
  • Technology, Text Book of (Review), 677
  • Worked Examples in (Review), 562
  • Electricity Board, Central, North-East England Scheme, Frequency Stand¬ardisation, Cost, 143; Central Scot¬land Electricity Scheme, 599*
  • Commissioners, Annual Report, 18; Bedford Rural Electricity Scheme, 355* ; Memoranda on Rural Electrifi¬cation, 548; Promotion of Voltage Standardisation, 511 ;South-West England and South Wale3 Electricity Scheme, 119*
  • Committees and Municipal Electrical Undertakings, 698
  • Supply Board, Southern Ireland, Elec¬tricity Scheme, 731*, 743, 771. See Erratum, 767
  • Electroplating. See Electro
  • Electrotechnical Commission. Inter¬national, Scandinavian Meeting, 484
  • Frequency Meter, Warren Master, 86
  • Recorder (Instrument! di Misura C.G.S.), 87
  • Standardisation, North-East England Electricity Scheme, Government Assistance for, 143
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Generating Stations. See Power Stations
  • Generator. See Generator and Turbo Heat-Storage System,
  • Electric-Oil (Browns Dryers, Ltd.), 493
  • Heating, Electric, of Buildings, 741
  • Progress of, 834
  • Elements, Pyromic, 219
  • Thermal-Storage Plant (A. Reyrolle & Co., Ltd.), 94*
  • High-Tension Electricity, Lectures on, 148
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power Plants
  • Hydrogen-Cooled Synchronous Condenser, 534*
  • Induction Furnace. See Furnace Motors. See Motors,
  • Electric Inductive Interference from Power Trans¬mission Lines, 93, 351
  • Insulators, Porcelain and Steatite, Manu¬facture of, 632
  • Transmission Line, Southern Ireland Electricity Scheme, 732*
  • Inverter, Mercury, 92
  • Lightning, Artificial, Testing Equipment (Ohio Insulator Co.), 455*
  • and Power-Transmission Lines, 93
  • Load Models and Current Tariffs, 835
  • Locomotives. See Loeoniofires, Electric.
  • Machines. See Generators; Motors Mains. See Cables (above).
  • Mercury Arrester, High-Voltage, 93 — Inverter, 92
  • Meters, Electricity, Standard Specification, 812
  • Microvolt-Hour, 675
  • Motors. See Motors, Electric
  • Mutual Tnductometer (Cambridge Instru¬ment Co., Ltd.), 53*
  • Oil Switch. See Switchgear
  • Plugs and Sockets, Standard Specification, 752
  • Power Stations. See Power Stations See Power
  • Railways. See Railways
  • Research Laboratory, High-Voltage (Me¬tropolitan - Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 312*
  • Resistance Welding. See Welding Resistivity of Copper, 523*
  • Resistor for Electric Furnace, 676
  • Rolling Mills, Electric Driving of. See Rolling Mills
  • Rontgen Rays. See Rontgen
  • Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Sockets and Plugs, Standard Specification, 752
  • Starters, Motor. See Motors,
  • Electric Steel Manufacture. See Metallurgy, and Furnace, Electric
  • Street Railways. See Tramways Substation. See Substation Switchgear. See Switchgear; Motors, Electric
  • Synchronous Condenser, Hydrogen-Cooled (General Electric Co.), 534*
  • Tariffs, Current, and Three-Dimensional Load Models, 835
  • Telegraphy. See Telegraphy Telephony. Sec Telephony
  • Testing Equipment, High-Voltage, 455
  • Thermo-Junction, Vacuo (Cambridge In¬strument Co., Ltd.), 54
  • Thermometer. See Thermometer
  • Thunderclouds, Electric Field Produced by, 669
  • Traction. See Locomotives, Electric; Railways; Tramways
  • Tramways. See Tramways Transformers. See Transformers
  • Trolley Wires, Use in Mines, Regulations, 380
  • Turbo-Generators. See Turbo-Generators
  • Voltages, High, Use in United States, 55
  • Standardisation, Need and Cost of, 511
  • Ward-Leonard System, Winch Control, 483
  • Wavemeter, Sub-Standard (H. W. Sulli¬van, Ltd.), 7*
  • Welding. See IFeWin^
  • Winches, Electro-Hydraulic, St. Hubert Airport, Montreal, 844
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • Telephony. See Telephony
  • Wiring Rules Committee, Australian, 507
  • X-Rays. See Rontgen Rays See also Paragraph Index
  • Electric Furnace Co., Ltd., Ajax-Nortlirup Furnace, 219
  • Electrical Development Association, British, Work of, 544
  • Electrical Engineering, Progress in the United States, 55

Electrical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Election of Sir R. T. Glazebrook as Honorary Member, 88
  • Faraday Medal, Award to Sir E. Ruther¬ford, 139, 595
  • Breaking Performance of High-Power Switchgear and a New Form of Quenched-Arc Switch, by L. C. Grant, 173
  • Annual Dinner, 230
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Steam and Electric Power Plant at Billingham, by H. A. Humphrey, I). M. Buist and J. W. Bansall, 350
  • Report on Standardisation of Distribution Voltages, 511
  • Kelvin Lecture on Theory of Metals, by R. H. Fowler, 595
  • Duddell and Ferranti Scholarships, 080
  • Summer Meeting, Dublin, Visits and Excursions, 743, 771
  • Conversazione, 825
  • Presentation of Address to Col. R. E. Crompton, 825
  • Faraday Centenary Celebration, 1931, Pro¬gramme, 832
  • Western Centre:
  • Annual Dinner, 79
  • Electrical Machinery, British Exports, 777
  • Electrical Power Engineering Co. (Birmingham), Ltd., 30-h.p. Motor-Generator Electro¬plating Set, 224*
  • Technology, Text Book of (Review), 677
  • Electricity Commissioners. See under Electric Electro-Chemical Industries, Power Supply in,
  • 833
  • Deposited Coatings, Protective Value of, 389*, 398. See Letter, 454
  • Electrolytic Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Electron Theory of Metals, 595
  • Electroplating, Chromium, 94*
  • Nickel, Stopping-Off Materials for, 536
  • Electrotechnical Commission, International,
  • Scandinavian Meeting, 484
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition,
  • 87
  • Ellison, G., Ltd., 11,000-volt Cubicle-Type Switchgear, 222* ; Cable-Connecting Box for Mines, 223* ; Circuit Breaker for Colliery Gate Ends, 223*
  • Ellson, G., Folkestone Harbour Swing Bridge, 645*
  • Embankments, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 725*
  • Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 655*, 759*, 821*
  • Emery Wheels. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • Empire, British, Engineering Exports to, 777*
  • Hall, Olympia, 106
  • Markets, British Share in, 415
  • Trade and Canadian Budget, 632. See Erratum, 683
  • Employees. See Labour Employment. See Labour
  • " Empress of Britain,” S.S., Launch, 773
  • Emrich, J., G.m.b.H., Shaping Machine, 309
  • Encyclopaedia Britannica, Authorship of Article on Tides, 234, 263
  • Endurance Tests. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Engineering and Allied Industries, Position and Prospects, 20, 51, 82, 114, 145, 176, 229, 260, 289, 307
  • Apprentices. See Apprenticeship ; Education Engineering Congress in Japan :
  • Visits and Excursions, 18
  • Economics of Water versus Steam Power, by G. A. Orrok, 122
  • Hydrostatic Uplift under Masonry Dams, by H. de B. Parsons, 181*, 235*
  • Publication of Proceedings, 828
  • Engineering Drawing, Theory and Application (Review), 39
  • Education. See Education
  • Electrical, Progress in the United States, 55
  • Exports, British, Statistics, 777*
  • Geology (Review), 162
  • Hydraulic, Problems in (Review), 817
  • Institute of Canada. See Canada
  • Laboratories. See Laboratories; National Physical
  • Marine, Scarcity of Students in, 482
  • Markets of the World, 777*
  • Museum, Proposed, at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 261
  • Shop and Foundry, Kenrick Technical College, West Bromwich, 60*
  • Societies. See Institutions
  • Standards Association, British, Dinner, 351;
  • Specification, Switches and Circuit Brea¬kers, 54 ; Specification, Copper Wire for Electrical Machinery, 57 ; Specification, Tests for Timbers, 63; Specification, Road Tar, 71; Specification, Alternating- Current Switchgear, 321 ; Specification, Aluminium Conductors, 445 ; Specification, Vandyke Brown, 509 ; Specification, Cop¬per Conductors, 671 ; Standard Railway Signalling Symbols, 734; Spcciflcation, Plugs and Sockets, 752; Specification, Flame-Proof Switches, 799 ; Specification, Electricity Meters, 812
  • Association, Canadian, Specification,
  • Steel Bars and Billets, 252; Electrical
  • Code, 449 ; Specification, Steel Structures for Buildings, 811
  • Training for Officers’ Rank, Report, 44 8
  • Wages in Germany, 140, 455
  • Work, Difficulties in, 238 See IForAw
  • Engineers in Canada, Registration of, 768
  • in-Charge, Institution of, Dinner, 525
  • Education. See Education
  • Institutions. See /nsfifuffons
  • Marine, Co-Operation with Naval Architects, 482
  • Early, 498
  • Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Insti¬tution of, Annual Report, 254
  • Engines, Aero. See Aeronautics
  • Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine Propulsion; Motor Ships
  • Heat, Work of Prof. A. Stodola, 38
  • Internal-Combustion, Electrical Dynamo¬meters for Testing, 438*. See 226
  • Combustion, Theory of (Review), 806
  • Combustion, on United States Railways, 117
  • Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • Motor-Car. See Engines, Petrol Oil, Aeroplane, Six-Cylinder (Junkers- motorenbau G.m.b.H.), 471*
  • Bcardmore Tornado Eight-Cylinder, Air¬ship " R.101," 271
  • Diesel, 70-h.p., Four-Cylinder McLaren-Benz, for 7-ton Lorry, 109*
  • Diesel, for 7,500-kw. Generators, Hennigsdorf Substation, Berlin, 411
  • Diesel, 400-b.h.p., Leemans Pumping Station, 761*
  • Diesel, Marine, 2,750-h.p., with Biichi Supercharger, Trials (North Eastern Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.), 280*. See Letters, 323, 448
  • Diesel, Marine, Developments in, 185, 835
  • Diesel, Marine, 735-h.p., Eight-Cylinder, M.S. “ Grainmotor," 124
  • Diesel, Marine, 50,000-h.p., German Battleship " Ersatz Preussen,” 175*
  • Diesel, Marine, 20,000-s.h.p. Harland-B. & W. Type, M.S. “ Britannic,” 836*
  • Diesel, Marine, 5,200-h.p. Harland B. & W. Type, with Biichi Supercharger M.S. “ Dunbar Castle,” 697
  • Diesel, Marine, 400-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder, Carels-Ingersoll Rand Type, 106*
  • Diesel, Marine, Vibration of, 529, 551*
  • Diesel, Progress in Germany, 185
  • Diesel, Progress in Japan, 186
  • Diesel, Ricardo-Brotherliood Type, 607
  • Diesel, 200-1).p., Six-Cylinder, for Rail-Car (F.I.A.T. Co.), 7*. See 186, 624
  • Diesel, Use in Canada, 124
  • Diesel. See also Motor Ships; Marine Propulsion; Diesel Engine Users’ Asso¬ciation
  • 65-h.p. to 750-h.p., with Electric Genera¬tors (W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 206
  • 220-h.p., Four-Cylinder (Crossley Bros., Ltd.), 203*
  • with Generator and Air Compressor, (Norris, Henty and Gardners, Ltd.), 204*
  • Heavy, at British Industries Fair, Bir¬mingham, 206
  • Heavy, at Leipzig Fair, 340
  • High-Speed, 40-h.p., Four-Cylinder and 60-h.p., Six-Cylinder Airless-Injection (Motorenfabrik Deutz A.-G.), 409*
  • High-Speed, Design of, 607
  • Horizontal, with Spring-Injection (Blackstone & Co., Ltd.), 200
  • for Locomotives, 376*, 623. See 110
  • Marine, Semi-Diesel, 200-h.p., and 100-h.p., British Kromhout, for Motor Tugs, 178
  • Naval, Materials used in 475, 486
  • Railway Traction by, 110. See 376*, 623
  • 300-h.p., Six-Cylinder Airless-Injection, McLaren-Benz, for Locomotive, 324*
  • 195-h.p., Three-Cylinder Two-Stroke (Petters, Ltd.), 205*
  • Vertical, Two-Stroke (Tangves, Ltd.), 204
  • for Water Works, Economies of, 809 839
  • See also Traitors and Paragraph Index
  • Petrol- Aeroplane. See Aeronautics
  • Detonation in, Bouncing-Pin Apparatus,44*
  • Marine, 75-b.h.p., Six-Cylinder, Endur¬ance Test (J. I. Thornycroft & Co., LtL), 56
  • Motor-Car, Electrical Dynamometers for Testing, 438*. See 226
  • Motor-Car, Influence of Taxation on Design, 303*, 366. See Letters, 776, 808
  • Motor-Car, Stroke-Bore Ratio, 303, 366
  • and Paraffin, Cylinder Compression Ring for (Petters. Ltd.), 205*
  • Single-Cylinder, for Variable-Compres¬sion Fuel-Research Set, 44*
  • 61-b.h.p., Six-Cylinder,'for Locomotive (W. H. Dorman & Co., Ltd.), 504*
  • Supercharging and Compounding, 738. See Letters, 776, 838
  • J-h.p., and 1-h.p., Two-Stroke, with Lighting Generators (R. A. Lister & Co., Ltd.), 204* See also Aeronautics ; Motor Cars
  • Room Telegraph, Electrically – Operated (Hopkinsons, Ltd.), 392*
  • Steam, High-Speed, with Expansion and Compression Governor (W. Sisson & Co., Ltd.), 570*, 813*
  • Marine, History of, 333, 498, 690
  • Marine, Progress with, 835
  • Marine. See also Marine Propulsion ; Turbines Theory of (Review), 806
  • for Water Works, Economics of, 800*, 839
  • Three-Cylinder, for Rail Coach (York¬shire Patent Steam Wagon Co.), 716*
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., Transformers, Central Scotland Electricity Scheme, 600*
  • Instrument Makers of the Eighteenth Cen¬tury, 772
  • “ Enterprise,” S.S., History of, 498
  • Entropy Diagram for Water, 2. See 88
  • Equilibrium Diagrams, Alloys.
  • See Metallurgy Erecting and Handling Gear, Godavery River Bridge, India, 160*
  • Erie City Iron Works, Carbofrax Firebricks for Boiler Furnaces, 248
  • “ Ersatz Preussen,” German Battleship, 175
  • Escher, Wyss & Co., Researches on Hvdraulic Turbines, 267 ; 2,000-h.p., Zoclly Geared Turbine for Krupp Locomotive, 280*
  • Est Railway, 4-8-2 Tvpe Express Locomotive, 334*
  • Estrado Electric Ploughing Tackle, 431
  • Etalon, Fabry-lVrot (A. Hilger, Ltd.), 675
  • Ether Problems and Physical Space, 805
  • Eutectic Alloys. Sec Alloys under Metallurgy Composition of, 383
  • Evaporator with Continuous-Cleaning Mech¬anism (Clarke, Chapman & Co., Ltd.), 774*
  • Everall, W. T., on Reconstruction of Attock Bridge, North Western Railway, India, 503
  • Everett, Edgcumbe A Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 86*
  • Evers, G. V., on Manufacture of Refractory Materials in America, 525
  • Evershed & Vignolles, Ltd., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 129
  • Exhaust-Steam Turbine. See Turbine, Steam Exhauster, Gas, for Sewers (Siemens-Schuckert-wt rke A.-G.), 376*
  • Exhibition, Agricultural Machinery, Paris, 431
  • Belgian International, Liege and Antwerp, 548. See 829
  • British Empire Trade, Buenos Aires, 71, 448, 509
  • Industries Fair, Birmingham, 203*, 227, 261. See 295*, 438*, 605
  • Industries Fair, Development Committee, 605
  • Engineering, Institution of Civil Engineers Conversazione, 772
  • Leipzig Fair, Technical Exhibits, 309*, 340*, 373*
  • Machine Tool, 1932, 609
  • North-East Coast, Newcastle-upon-Tyne,
  • Disposal of Buildings. 201
  • Power and Mechanical Engineering, New
  • York, 55, 74*, 120*, 247*. See Erratum, 567
  • Scientific Apparatus, Physical and Optica Societies’, 52*, 86*. 128*, 323, 343
  • Apparatus, Royal Society Conversazione, 643, 675, 823
  • Swedish Industries Fair, Gothenburg, 509 See also Paragraph Index
  • Expansion Joints, Monolith, Welland Ship Canal, 243*
  • of Steam Pipes, 579, 587
  • Experimental Engine. See Engine
  • Tank. See Tank ; Ship Resistance Explosion, Boiler. See Boiler Explosion Explosives, Enlarging Borehole by, 298*
  • Export Trade. See Trade ; and Industries in Paragraph Index
  • Extensometer. Huggenberger, 502*
  • Lateral, 465*

F.

  • FABRY-PlSROT Etalon (A. Hilger. Ltd.), 675
  • Factories, Asbestos Dust in, Home Office Report, 577
  • Production and Distribution of Steam in, 585*, 579, 618*, 650*
  • Factory Accidents. See Accidents
  • Management. See JPors Management Falling Bodies, Timing Apparatus for (Griffin & Tatlock, Ltd.), 87
  • Fan, Exhaust, for Pulverised-Fuel Separation, 826*
  • Faraday Centenary Celebrations, 1931, Pro¬gramme, 832
  • House, Faraday and Maxwell Scholarships, 200; Entrance Scholarships, 568
  • Medal, Award to Sir E. Rutherford. 139. 595
  • Society, Stopping-Off Materials for Nickel Plating, by D. J. MacNaughtan and A. W. Hothersall, 536
  • Farming. See Agriculture ; Traitors Fatigue Tests of Metals. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Feed-Distributing System, S.S. “ Statendam,” 491*, 513
  • Heating System, Barton Power Station Extension, 684*, 739, 746
  • Pumps. See Pumps
  • Water Arrangements, “ Wood ” Steam Generator, 150*
  • Heaters (Gresham A Craven, Ltd.), 212*
  • Heaters, Use in Locomotives, 626
  • Softening. See Water Softening
  • Treatment, Barton Power Station, 597, 739, 746 See also Water
  • Feeder, Chain, for Materials (Ross Patents, Ltd.), 211
  • Coal, Revolving-Table, Becker Coke-Oven Plant, Sheffield, 699*
  • Railways, 662
  • Felten A’ Guilleaume Carlswerk A.-G., Ironclad Switchgear, 373*
  • Fenders, Timber, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 337*
  • Wire Rope, Welland Ship Canal Locks, 157
  • Ferranti, Dr. S. Z. de, the Late, 84*
  • Ferranti, Ltd., 30,000kv.-a. Transformers,
  • Central Scotland Electricity Scheme, 600
  • Scholarship, 680
  • Ferries, Train, Japanese Government Railways. 117
  • Ferro-Concrete Bridge, Beams for, 591*
  • Conduits, Medemblik Pumping Station, 656*
  • Core Wall, Mocassin Creek Dam, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 125*
  • Elevated Water Reservoir, Sydney, 137
  • Gate Tower, Mocassin Creek Reservoir, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Fran¬cisco, 125*
  • Locks, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 762 ♦, 821*
  • Multiple-Dome Dam, Arizona, 193*, 276*, 368*
  • Pile Foundations, Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal, 6*
  • Railway Sleepers, Use of, 659
  • Tee Beams, Design of, 591*
  • Towers, Den Oever Sluice System, Zuyder
  • Zee Reclamation Works, 821*
  • Use in Railway Construction, 660
  • Ferro-Concrete Wall Construction, Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal, 6*
  • Wall Construction, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 243*
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • F.I.A.T. Company, Oil-Driven Rail-Car with Electric Transmission, 7*. See 186*, 624
  • Field, M. B., the Late, 346
  • Fielding A Platt, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 206
  • Fifteen-Mile Falls Power Scheme, Retaining Wall, 689*
  • Films, Talking, Optical Apparatus for Produc¬tion, 823
  • Filter Press for Porcelain Insulator Manufac¬ture. 633*
  • Financial Facilities for Building, 706
  • Finney, G., A Co., Exhibits at British Indus¬tries Fair, 208
  • Fire Extinguishers, Brentford Works, Pyrene Co., Ltd., 703
  • in Steamship Bunker and Cargo Coal. Report, 463
  • Firebox Stays and Plates, Locomotive Boiler, Investigations, 30
  • Firebricks, Carbofrax, for Boiler Furnaces, 248
  • Manufacture in America, 525 for Naval Boilers, 473, 486
  • See also Refractory Materials
  • Fireclay Bricks, Composition and Properties of, 392
  • Softening and Melting Points of, 390
  • Firth, T., A Sons, Steel Castings for Variable-Density Wind Tunnel, 808*
  • Fishenden, Dr. M., on Heat Transmission and Convection Data, 742
  • Fitch, J., Work of, 333
  • Flamm, Prof. O., on Design of Submarines, 484. See Letters, 776, 484
  • Flange Lubricator for Railway Wheels (Hasler Telegraph Works), 538*
  • Pipe, Fusion-Welded, 386*, 396*
  • Flatt, F., on Zoelly Steam Turbines, 267
  • Flax-Pulling Machine (F. Dclanoe), 431
  • Spinning Mills, York Street, Belfast, Electrification of, 795*
  • Fleet. See Warships Fleming, R., A Skyscraper Survey, 581
  • Fleming, Sir J. A., on Television, 343
  • Flexible Pipe Joints (Barco Manufacturing Co.), 250
  • Float, Seamless (Ediplate Corporation), 249*
  • Floating Dock. Sec bock
  • Floods, Thames, Prevention, London County Council Report, 382
  • Flotilla Leaders. See Warships
  • Flues, Boiler, Dust and Cinder Trap for (Green Fuel Economiser Co.), 248
  • Gases, Dust Removal from, 741
  • Fluids, Flow of, Mean Speed of Discharge, 803
  • Friction in Steam Pipes, 579, 587
  • Fluid Presses, Ltd., Hydraulic Press with Flexible Platen, 630*. See Letter, 679.
  • See Addendum, 703 Fluidity of Clay, 134
  • Folkestone,” H.M. Sloop, Launch, 250
  • Harbour, Replacement of Swing Bridge, 645
  • Ford, G. W., on Effect of Phosphorus on
  • Copper, 522*. See 385. See Erratum, 436
  • Forest Products Research Board, Report on Home-Grown Timbers, 667
  • Research Laboratory, Drawing Machine, 644
  • Forgings, Steel, Naval, Properties of, 475, 486
  • Forms, Flexible Panel, Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam Construction, 368*
  • Wooden, for Pump Casings, Medemblik Pumping Station, 656*
  • Forrest Lecture, by Prof. R. V. Southwell, on Aeronautical Progress, 1914-1930, 611 Fort Churchill Harbour Works, Hudson Bay Railway, 71
  • Forth Bridge, Difficulties in Construction of, 238
  • Proposed Road Traffic over, 234
  • River, Overhead Power Transmission Line, 603*
  • Fortuna-Werke A.-G., Grinding Machines at Leipzig Fair, 340* .
  • Foster Instrument Co., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 128;
  • Automatic Temperature Controller and Recorder, 213*
  • Foundation Caissons, Forth Bridge, Construc¬tion of, 238
  • Clay, Bearing Capacity of, 639
  • Drainage Wells, Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal, 4*
  • Pile, Ferro-Concrete, Entrance Lock, lmuiden, North Sea Canal, 6*
  • Slab, Ferro-Concrete Lock, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 762*
  • Wells, Dredging Gear, Godavery Bridge, India, 160
  • Foundry Appliances (Alldays A Onions, Ltd.), 211
  • and Engineer ng Shop, Kenrick Technical College, West Bromwich, 60*
  • Fourier, Centenary of, 675
  • Fowler, A. F., the Late, 78
  • Fowler, R. II., on the Theory of Metals, 595
  • Fowler, Sir H., 2-6-2 Type Tank Locomotive, 582*
  • Fox, J., on Initial Stresses in Hard-Drawn Tubes,- 65*
  • Francis Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic
  • Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works, 2,250-kw. Steam Turbine, 797*
  • Freeth, Major F. A., on the Influence of Technique on Research, 640
  • French Motor Taxation Formula, 303*, 366
  • Navy, Submarine “ Diane,” Launch, 671
  • and Treaty of Naval Limitations, 575
  • Railways, 4-8-2 Type Express Locomotive, 334*
  • Frequency Meter, Warren Master, 86
  • Recorder (Istrumenti di Misura C.G.S.j, 87
  • Standardisation, North-East England Elec¬tricity Scheme, Government Assistance, 143
  • Friction, Fluid, in Steam Pipes, 579, 587
  • Internal, of Sand and Clay, Experiments on, 689*, 753*
  • of Journal Bearings, 22*
  • Frictional Resistance of Ships. See Ship Re¬sistance
  • Frost, Protection of Mortar and Concrete by Salts, 237
  • Froude Experimental Tank, Research-Fund Appeal, 323
  • Fuel Consumption of Water Works Machinery, 809*, 839
  • Domestic, Use of Soft Coal in Japan, 184
  • Economy at Skinningrove, 588*, 610, 617*
  • and Fuel Testing in Canada, 234
  • Institute of, Annual Prize Essay, 148;
  • Developments and Problems in Coal
  • Cleaning, by Dr. F. S. Sinnatt and D. T. Davies, 449
  • Low-Grade, Combustion of, in Russia, 184
  • Temperature Carbonisation of Coal. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation
  • Oil. See Oil Fuel
  • Pump. See Pump
  • Research Department, Report on Fires in Bunker and Cargo Coal, 463
  • Set, Variable-Compression (Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 44*
  • Smokeless. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation
  • Solid, Production and Preparation, 804
  • Synthetic, Production of, 184
  • See also Coal; Oil; Gas; Pulverised Coal Fukumaka, S. on Hydro-Electric and Steam
  • Power Plants in Japan, 154
  • Fulton, R., Work of, 334
  • Fumes from Electric Power Stations, 741
  • Funicular Railways, Japanese, 117
  • Furnace, Blast, Interaction of Gases and Ore, 609,647*
  • Practice (Review), 192
  • Boiler, Carbofrax Firebricks for, 248
  • Dumping Grate for (Neemes Foundry, Inc.), 122
  • Radiation in, 673
  • Riley-La Mont Water Wall for, 74*
  • See also Stoker
  • Electric, Ajax-Northrup (Electric Furnace Co., Ltd.), 219
  • Annealing, 60-kw. (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 220*
  • 3-2-kw. and 4-kw. Continuous Types (R.M. Catterson-Smith), 128
  • for Hardening, at D. Brown & Sons (Hud¬dersfield), Ltd., 696
  • High-Frequency Induction, for Vacuum Melting, 781*
  • 30-kw. Portable (Birmingham-Electric Furnaces, Ltd.), 219*
  • Resistor for, 676
  • 30-ton Steel-Melting (Watson’s (Metal¬lurgists), Ltd.), 360*
  • High-Temperature, Brickwork for, 391
  • Metallurgical, Pulversised Fuel in, 185
  • Normalising, for Steel Sheets, 583*, 610
  • Oil-Heated (British Reverberatory Furnaces, Ltd.), 226
  • Open-Hearth, Coke-Oven Gas in, 610, 617*
  • Technique, Industrial (Review), 131 See also Coke Ovens
  • Fusenko, Korea, Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 92
  • Fusion Welding. See Welding

G.

  • GABB, G. H., Historical Collection of Hydro¬meters, 823
  • Gaedc Vacuum Pump (W. Edwards & Co.), 130
  • Gambrell Brothers, Ltd., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 87 Ganges, River, Floating Dock for, 13
  • Garage Tool, Universal (F. Gilman (B.S.T.) Ltd.), 211*
  • Gardner, R., on Single-Reduction Gearing for Turbines, 500*
  • Gas, Blast-Furnace, Utilisation at Skinningrove Works, 588*
  • Carbon Dioxide. See Carbon Dioxide Coal, Poisoning by, Report, 261
  • Coke-Oven. See Coke Oven
  • Coolers, Becker Coke-Oven Plant, Sheffield, 699*
  • Cylinders, Welding of, 349, 353, 362*, 3S2, 386*, 394*, 427*
  • Dehydration of, 742
  • Displacement Pump for Drainage Work, 743
  • Pump, Two-Stroke Cycle, Christie’s, 404*
  • Engineers, Institution of, Leeds Meeting:
  • Programme, 637 ; Presidential Address by C. S. Shapley, 741 ; The Institution and the University : Teaching and Research, by Prof. J. W. Cobb, 742 ; Preparation of a New Road Binder, by C. F. Broadhead, 742 ; Heat Transmission, with Reference to Methods of Expressing Convection Data, by Dr. M. Fishenden, 742 ; Gas Dehydration, by Dr. E. W. Smith, 742; Functions of Coke Ovens, by E. G. Stewart, 742 ; Experiences with a Waterless Gas¬holder, by F. Prentice, 742; Benzole Recovery and Gas Works Practice, by W. H. Hoffert and G. Claxton, 743
  • Exhauster for Sewers (Siemens-Schuckertwerke A.-G.), 376*
  • Fired Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • and Gas Works. See also Paragraph Index
  • Lighting, Public, A Pioneer of, 740
  • Manufacture, Carbon-Monoxide in, 261
  • Markets, Extension of, 835
  • Natural, Re-Forming in Water-Gas Genera¬tors, 679
  • Pressure Controller, Automatic (G. Kent & Co., Ltd.), 841*
  • Production by High-Temperature Distilla¬tion, 835
  • Research and Leeds University, 742
  • Supply, Area, Departmental Committee’s Report, 705. See 699
  • in Japan, 91
  • Town, and Coke-Oven Gas, 705
  • Turbulence, Effect on Cast Alloys, 357*, 384
  • Valves, Automatic, Airship “ R.101,” 273*
  • Water, Carburation of, Butane nnd Propane for, 148
  • Gas Welding. See Welding Works, Coke Ovens in, 742
  • Practico and Benzole Recovery, 743
  • Gases, Compressed, Theory of Discharge, 515
  • Effect on Copper and Bronze, 358*, 384, 457*
  • and Ore, Interaction in Blast Furnace, 609, 647*
  • See also Carbon Dioxide ; Carbon Monoxide ; Hydrogen ; Nitrogen ; Oxygen, dkc.
  • Gaseous Combustion nt High Pressures (Re¬ view), 561
  • Gasholder, Waterless, Ipswich, 742
  • Gasoline. See Petrol; Engine, Petrol; Aero¬nautics
  • Gastpar, J., on Generation and Demand for Energy, 93
  • Gate Ends, Colliery, Portable Air-Break Cir¬cuit Breaker for (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 223*
  • Lock, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 157*, 241*, 336*, 400*, 470
  • Sluice, Mocassin Creek Reservoir, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 125*
  • Spillway, Automatic, Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, 368*
  • Tower, Ferro-Concrete, Mocassin Creek
  • Reservoir, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 125*
  • Unwatering, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 468*
  • Valves, Taintor, Welland Ship Canal Re¬construction, 592*, 663*, 791*
  • Gatewood, Capt. R. D., on Operating Costs of Diesel and Steam Cargo Vessels, 263
  • Gauges, Depth, for Liquids (Liquidometer Co. Inc.), 74*
  • and Fine Measurements (Review), 806
  • Water, for High-Pressure Boiler, 453
  • Gear Boxes, Motor Car. See Motor-Car Details
  • Cutting Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Reduction, Planetary (Moss Gear Co., Ltd.), 13*
  • Spur, Worm, Spiral and Helical, Manu¬facture by D. Brown & Sons (Hudders¬field), Ltd., 559*, 693*. See Erratum, 744
  • Wheels, Doler Zinc (Doehler Die Casting Corporation), 122
  • Gearing and Shafting, York Street Mills, Bel¬fast, 795*
  • Single-Reduction, for Compound Turbines, 500*
  • Geared Turbines, Marine. See Marine Propul¬sion
  • Genders, R., on Macrostructure of Cast Alloys, 357*. See 353,384; on Aluminium Brasses, 554*. See 398
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Transmission-Line Tower-Testing Equipment, 88 ; 60-kw.
  • Annealing Furnace, 220* ; Griinewald Annealing Process, 220, 442* ; Electric¬ally-Heated Lead-Melting Pot, 220*; Exhibits at Royal Society Conversazione, 676 ; 2,812 kv.-a. Alternator, 797* ; Switch gear, York Street Works, Belfast, 797* ; 150-fi.p. Squirrel-Cage Motor, 797*
  • General Electric Co., Steam-Turbine Develop¬ment by, 156 ; Hydrogen-Cooled Syn¬chronous Condenser, 534*
  • Mechanics, International Congress on, Li6ge, 1930, 143
  • Generating Machine, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • Station. See Power Station
  • Generator, Electric, and Air Compressor, Oil-Engine Driven (Norris, Henty and Gardners, Ltd.), 204*
  • Aluminium for Rotor Windings, 423
  • 40,000-kw., Barton Power Station Exten¬sion, Operating Results, 598*, 684*, 718*, 739, 745
  • 7,500-kw. Diesel-Engine-Driven, Hennigs-dorf Substation, Berlin, 411
  • for Electroplating (W. Canning & Co., Ltd.), 223*
  • Electroplating, Motor-Driven (Electrical Power Engineering Co. (Birmingham), Ltd.), 224*
  • 1,000,000-volt Impulse (Metropolitan-Vickcrs Electrical Co., Ltd.), 314*
  • Lighting Sets, Controller and Starter for (Petters, Ltd.), 205
  • 15,000-kw., Lots Road Power Station, 443
  • Oil-Engine Driven (W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 206
  • Petrol-Engine Driven Lighting Sets (R. A. Lister A Co., Ltd.), 204*
  • Royal York Hotel, Toronto (Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Co., Ltd.), 278*
  • 32,500 kv.-a. Siow-Speed Alternator, (Brown, Boveri A Co;, Ltd.), 743*
  • Steels for Rotors, 141. See. 422
  • Stresses in Large Rotors, 421*. See 141
  • 30,000 kv.-a. Three-Phase, Rocky River Hydro-Electric Plant, 97*
  • 2,812 kv.-a., York Street Mills, Belfast, 797*
  • See also Turbo-Generators
  • Gent A Co., Ltd., Idle-Time Recorder for Machines, 215*
  • Geology, Disrupted Strata (Review), 817
  • Engineering (Review), 162
  • Geophysical Surveying, Seismograph for (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 52*
  • Geophysics, Applied, in the Search for Minerals (Review), 39
  • Determination of Thickness of Glacier Ice, 508
  • Georgii, Dr. W., on Progress of Gliding, 259
  • German Battleship “ Ersatz Preussen,” 175*
  • Experimental Station for Aerial Navigation, Year-Book (Review), 100
  • Federal Statistical Office, Report on Engi¬neering Wages, 146. Sec 455
  • Motor Taxation Formula, 303*, 366
  • Navy, Submarine Campaign of, 113
  • Power Stations, High Steam Pressures in, 267
  • Screw Thread Tolerances (Review), 562
  • State Railways, 2,000-h.p. Krupp Turbine
  • Locomotive, Tests, 280* ; Turbine Loco¬motives on, 625 ; Operation of, 758
  • Towns, Steam and Water Heating of, 185
  • Germany, Diesel Engine, Progress in, 185
  • Engineering Wages and Hours in, 455. See 146
  • Leipzig Fair, Technical Exhibits, 309*, 340* 373*
  • Long-Distance Distribution of Coke-Oven Gas, 705
  • Motor Transport in, 709
  • Progress of Gliding in, 259
  • Gesellschaft fiir Linde Eismachinen A.-G.,
  • Plant for Coke-Oven Gas Decomposition, 163*
  • Gibbons, F., on Reconstruction of Approach Spans, Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, 426
  • GifTen, E., on a Simple Transmission Dynamo¬meter, 621*. See Letters, 743, 776
  • Gila River, Arizona, Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, 193*, 276*, 368*
  • Gilman, F. (B.S.T.), Ltd., Universal Garage Tool, 211*
  • Girders, Forth Bridge, Joining Up of, 238
  • River Sone Bridge, 562. See Erratum, 697
  • Glacier Ice, Determination of Thickness, 508
  • Glasgow, Atmospheric Pollution in, 825
  • Glass Containing Cracks, Strength of, 196
  • Manufacture, Refractories for, 525
  • Safety, Manufacture of, 630.* See Letter, 679. See Addendum, 703
  • Technology, Society of, Choice of Annealing
  • Schedule for Commercial Glassware, by J. B. Murgatroyd, 195 ; Strength of Thermally-Toughened Glass, by Dr. J. T. Littleton, jr., and Dr. F. W. Preston, 195 ; Strength of Glass Containing Cracks by L. H. Milligan, 196 ; (Stourbridge Meeting) Manufacture of Refractory Materials in America, by G. V. Evers, 525 ; Glass House Refractories: A Study of Corrosion- Resisting Properties, by Dr. J. H. Par¬tridge and H. C. Biggs, 525 ; Practical Results with Sillimanite Glass-House Refractories, by L. C. Gough, 525
  • Thermally-Toughened, Strength of, 195
  • Glassware, Commercial, Annealing of, 195
  • Glazebrook, Sir R. T., Election to Honorary Membership of Institution of Electrical Engineers, 88
  • Glenfield & Kennedy, Ltd., Hydraulic Jet Dis¬persers, 137*
  • Gliding Association, British, Formation of, 201
  • Globe, Early Italian, 643
  • Godavery River Bridge, Handling and Erecting Gear, 160*
  • Gothenburg, Swedish Industries Fair, 509
  • Gotoh, K., on Gas and Electricity for Domestic Use in Tokyo, 91
  • Gough L. C., on Sillimanite Glass-House Re¬fractories, 525
  • Government Railways. See Railways Governor, Expansion and Compression, for
  • High-Speed Steam Engine (W. Sisson & Co., Ltd.), 570*, 813*
  • Geared Turbine-Driven Bore-Hole Pumping Plant, 714*
  • Grabs, Hand, Well Foundation, Godavery Bridge, 160*
  • Gracie, Sir A., the Late, 316
  • “Graf Zeppelin ” Airship, Propeller-Shaft Failures, 43
  • Grafton Power Co., Earth-Pressure Test Laboratory, 689*, 753*
  • “ Grainmotor,” M.S., Machinery of, 124
  • Gramophone Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Royal Society Conversazione, 823
  • Grant, A. J., Welland Ship Canal Reconstruc¬tion, 157*, 241*, 336*, 400*, 468*, 592*, 663*, 711*, 725*, 790*
  • Grant, L. C., on High-Power Switchgear, 173
  • Graphitising Reactions in Iron-Carbon Alloys, 642
  • Grates. See Furnace ; Stoker
  • Graving Dock. See Dock
  • Gravitometer, Rapid, for Liquids (W. A T. Avery, Ltd.), 215*
  • Gravity Davit and Winch (S. Taylor A Sons (Brierley Hill), Ltd.), 668*
  • Determination, Timing Apparatus for, 87
  • Gray Lecture on Progress in Marine Engineering, 49
  • Grease Lubricating System, Automatic Multi-Point (Keystone Lubricating Co.), 377
  • Great Britain, Coal Wages in, 680
  • Lakes, Bulk-Freighters, 262
  • Shipyards, War Work of, 262
  • Western Railway, South Wales Docks Developments, 385 ; Reconstruction of
  • Liskeard Viaduct and Approach Spans, Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, 425 ; New
  • Station at Temple Meads, Bristol, 605 “ Great Western,” S.S., Atlantic Voyages, 692 Green, A. H., A Co., Ltd., Thames Motor Tugs, 178
  • Green, R. H., and Silley Weir, Ltd., Pulverised-Fuel Installation, S.S. “ Hororata,” 343
  • Gieen Fuel Economiser Co., Cinder and Dust Traps, 248
  • Greenland Glaciers, Determination of Thick¬ness, 508
  • Greenwood A Batley, Ltd., 500-kw. Turbo-Generator Set, 779*. See Erratum, 798
  • Gregory, Sir R., on Weather Cycles and Weather Recurrences, 148
  • Gresham A Craven, Ltd., Feed-Water Heaters, 212*
  • GrifHn A Tatlock, Ltd., Timing Apparatus for Falling Bodies, 87
  • Grinding Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Mills, Efficiency of, Report, 24
  • Griinewald Bright-Annealing Process, 220, 442
  • Guildford, St. Joseph's Road Pumping Station,
  • Enlarging Borehole by Explosives, 298
  • Guillotine Shears, High-Speed Geared (Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd.), 226
  • Gunboats. See Warships
  • Gunfire Control, Gyro-Compass for, 323
  • Gunmetal Castings, Unsoundness in, 358*, 384
  • Guns, Concrete, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 126*
  • Gutta Percha Co., Ltd., Magnetic and Electric Alloys, 219
  • Guy, II. L., on Operating Results with Barton Power StationExtension, 597*, 684*, 718*. See 739, 745*
  • Gyro-Compass for Gunfire Control, 323

H.

  • HAARLEM Shipbuilding Co., Thames Motor Tugs, 178
  • Hack Saws, Graduated-Tooth Blades for Bar¬sonator ” Werkzeug G.m.b.H.), 518
  • Hackbridge Electric Construction Co., Ltd., Transformer Tap-Changer, 217*
  • Hackley Concrete Gun, 126*
  • Hadfleld, Sir R., Resistor for Electric Furnace, 676; Exhibits at Royal Society Conver¬sazione, 823
  • Hadflelds, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 225
  • Hahn, Dr. W., on Propeller and Kaplan Tur¬bines, 268
  • Haifa, Harbour Construction at, 638
  • Haigh, Prof. B. P., on Mild and High-Tensile
  • Steels under Alternating and Pulsating Stresses, 231*. See 543. See Letters 632*, 710*; on Fatigue in Lead, 423*.’ See 399
  • Hammer Blow and Locomotive Balance, 754
  • Handley-Page Auto-Slot, Aeroplane Wings, 613
  • Hands, J., A Sons, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 207
  • Hanson, Prof. D., on the Effect of Phosphorus on Copper, 522*. See 385. See Erratum, 436
  • Harbour, Adelaide, Pile-Driving Plant (British Steel Piling Co., Ltd), 57* Construction at Haifa, Palestine, 638
  • De llaukes, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 762*
  • Developments at Cochin, India, 331, 636. See Letter, 679
  • Folkestone, Replacement of Swing Bridge 645
  • Lyttelton, New Zealand, Development, 332
  • and Railways, Kenya and Uganda, Report, 82
  • Saint John, Canada, Extension, 720
  • Stations, Lay-Out, 659
  • Wellington, New Zealand, 779
  • Works, Fort Churchill, Hudson Bay Rail¬way, 71
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Hardening Metals. See Ueat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Hardness Indicator, Monotron, 129, 252 Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Harfleld A Co., Electric Winches, H.M. Fleet- Repair Ship " Resource,” 13
  • Harland Engineering Co., Ltd., Three-Phase Oil Circuit Breaker, 557* ; Electric Motor for Lock-Gate Operating Machinery, 594*
  • Harland A Wolff, Ltd., M.S. Dunbar Castle,” 697* ; M.S. “ Britannic,” 836*
  • Harrison, Engr.-Capt. J. H., on Materials for Naval Engineering, 473*. See 486
  • Haseldine, J. F., on Steam Turbines as Applied to Bore-Hole Pumping, 713*, 751*. See
  • Hashiguchi, Y., on Japanese Funicular Rail¬ways, 117
  • Hashimito, K., on Japan’s Oil Consumption for Power Uses, 184
  • Haskew, B. B., on Rebuilding of Bassein Bridges, 503
  • Hasler Telegraph Works, Flange Lubricator, Railway Wheels, 538*
  • Haughton, Dr. J. L., on Alloys of Iron with Silicon, 653*. See 642
  • Haulage Railway, Mandi Hydro-Electric Scheme, 815*
  • Havlleek, Dr. J., on the Critical Point of Water, 1*. See 88*
  • Hawkes, Prof. C. J., on Trials of 2,750-h.p. Marine Diesel Engine with Biichi Super charger, 280*. See Letters, 323, 418
  • Hawthorn, Leslie A Co., Ltd., H.M. Destroyer " Active,” 347 ; H.M. Destroyer “ Ante¬lope,” 536 ; H.M. Destroyer “ Blanche,” Launch, 744
  • Hayashi, M., on Low-Head Power Plants, 268
  • Health, Industrial, Research Board, Report on Accident Proneness and Proficiency, 24
  • Ministry of, Report on Assessment of Compensation Water, 832
  • in the Tropics, Lectures on, 321
  • Heat Engines. See Engines ; Turbines ; Aero¬nautics
  • Insulation, Magnesia Lagging for Steam Pipes, 579, 587*, 050
  • Storage System, Electric-Oil (Browns Dryers, Ltd.), 493
  • Transfer in Boiler Furnaces, 673
  • in 600-lb. Pressure Yarrow Boiler, 403
  • Transmission in Benson Boiler, 89*
  • through Boiler Tubes, 143, 149
  • and Convection Data, 742
  • Cylinders and Pistons, 2,750-h.p. Marine Diesel Engine with Biichi Supercharger, 280. See Letters, 323, 418
  • Thick Cylinders under Pressure, 818*
  • Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy
  • Waste. See Waste Heat
  • Heaters, Air, for 600-lb. Pressure Yarrow Boilers, 406*. See 410
  • Feed-Water. See Feed-Water Heater Heating Curves, Alloys. See Metallurgy
  • Electric, of Buildings, 741
  • Progress of, 834
  • Methods for Tin and Sheet-Mill Rolls, 011, 615*
  • Steam and Water, of German Towns, 185
  • System, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, 278
  • Heatly-Greshain Engineering Co., Ltd., Petrol-Driven Portable Pumping Set, 208* ; Rail¬way Brake Testing-Set, 208*
  • Heckel Co., Ltd., Potash Storage and Shipment Plant, Antwerp, 305*, 365*
  • Hegenscheidt, W., A.-G., Wheel Lathe, 342
  • Helical Gears. See Gears
  • Hell Gate Power Station, Data on, 299
  • Hematite Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Henderson, J. M., A Co., Ltd., Cableways, Nag Hamadi Barrage, River Nile, 252
  • Hennigsdorf Substation, Berlin, 7,500-kw, Diesel-Electric Generators, 411
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., Exhibits at Leipzig Fair. 340, 374* ; High-Power Plain Milling
  • Machine, 450*
  • Herbert, E. G., Ltd., Hand-Operated Rail-Cutting nack Saw, 588*
  • Herbert, T. M., on Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 30
  • Notch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 125*. See 252
  • Hide, W. D., the Late, 138
  • High Frequency. See Electric Speed Steel. See Steel
  • Temperature Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • HIghflefd Electrical Co., Ltd., Electrical Dynamometers, 438*. See 220
  • High ways. See Roads
  • Hilger, A., Ltd., Speetrographic Apparatus, 52;
  • Fabry-IVrot Etalon, 075
  • Hill, Engr. Rear-Admiral W. S., on Powdered
  • Coal for Ship Propulsion, 287
  • Hill, L., on Diving, 259
  • Hindmarsh, R. F., on Tyne Commission Quay, North Shields, 332
  • "Hindustan,’’ Royal Indian Marine Sloop, Launch, 702
  • Hirose, I., on Parallel Operation of Hydraulic and Steam Power Plants in Japan, 154
  • History of Naval and Marine Engineering, 333, 498, 690
  • of Science and Technology, International Congress, 568
  • H.M. SS. See under Warships
  • Robbing Machines, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • " Hobson’s Bay,” S.S., Reconditioning of, 541
  • Hodges Brothers, Two-Stroke Gas-Displace¬ment Pump, 404*
  • Hoehn, E., on Strength of Dished Ends, 190*. See Letter, 517
  • Hoffert, W. H., on Benzole Recovery and Gas Works Practice, 743
  • Hohenzollern Colliery, Aerial Coal Transporter with Travelling Tower, 629*
  • Hoist, Electric Trolley (Shepard Niles Crane and Hoist Corporation), 122*
  • See also Cranes
  • Holland-America Liner “ Statendam,” High-Pressure Steam Installation, 491*, 513
  • North Sea Canal, Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, 3*. 67*
  • Research Work in, 641
  • Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 655*, 759*, 770, 821* See Letter, 743
  • See also Dutch
  • Hollands, H. W., on Pulverised Fuel, 185
  • Rollings & Guest, Ltd., 12-in. Hydraulic Three-Plate Press, 206*
  • Holmes Magnetic Master Compass (H. Hughes & Son, Ltd.), 130
  • Home Office Report, Chains and Other Lifting Appliances, 241
  • Report, Effects of Asbestos Dust, and Dust Suppression, 577
  • Honours Lists, New Year’s, 18 ; King’s Birth¬day, 743
  • Hooghly River, Cable Tunnel under, 124
  • Hooks, Crane, Factor of Safety for, 241
  • Hoover Medal, Award to H. Hoover, 548
  • Hopkinsons, Ltd., Electrically-Operated En¬gine-Room Telegraph, 392*
  • Hopper, Travelling, Potash Storage and Ship¬ment Plant, Antwerp, 305*
  • Horns, Safety, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 336*, 401*
  • "Hororata,” S.S., Pulverised-Fuel Installation, 343*
  • Horsley Bridge and Engineering Co., Ltd., Folkestone Harbour Swing Bridge, 645
  • Hotel, Royal York, Toronto, Engineering Equipment of, 279*
  • Hothersali, A. W., on Stopping-Off Materials for Nickel Plating, 536
  • Hounslow and Slough, Experimental Road, 321
  • Hours of Labour. See Labour
  • Housel, Prof. W. S., Experiments on Bearing Capacity of Clays, 639
  • Houses, Steel Construction, 749
  • Working-Class, Financial Provision, 707
  • Hovgaard, Prof. W., on Stiffness of Pipe Bends, 579
  • Howard, J. & F., Ltd., 12-ton Petrol Loco¬motive, 504*
  • Howden-Buell System, Pulverised-Fuel Instal¬lation, S.S. “ Hororata,” 343*
  • Howden, T. C., & Co., Huggenberger Tenso- meter, 502*
  • Howell Electric Motors Co., Single-Phase Motor, 248*. See Erratum, 567
  • Hoy, Sir W„ the Late, 254
  • Huddersfield Gear-Cutting Works, D. Brown & Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 559*, 693*. See Erratum, 744
  • Hudson, Dr. O. F., on Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 30
  • Bay Railway, Fort Churchill Harbour Works 71; Proposed Connections, 355
  • River Bridge, Cost of, 114
  • Tunnel, Difficulties in Construction, 238
  • Hudswell, Clarke & Co., Ltd., 300-h.p. Diesel Locomotive, 324*
  • Huggenberger Tensometer, 502*
  • Hughes, H., & Son, Ltd., Holmes Magnetic Master Compass, 130
  • Humidity Recorder (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 54
  • Humphrey, H. A., on Power Plant at Billing¬ham, 350
  • Hydraulic Engineering, Problems in (Review), 817
  • Jet Dispersers, Arapuni Hydro-Electric Scheme, 137*
  • Losses in Pipe Bends, 268
  • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • Paradox, Mean Speed of a Jet, 803
  • Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • Pumps. See Pump
  • Turbines. See Turbines; Power Plant Hydraulics, Sluice-Discharge Measurements,
  • Assouan Dam, 23
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • Hydrodynamics, Flow from Nozzles and Co¬ efficients of Discharge, 803
  • See also Ship Resistance
  • Hydrogen-Cooled Synchronous Condenser, 534*
  • Effect on Copper and Bronze, 358*, 384,457*
  • Plant, Sillcol, Airport of St. Hubert, Montreal, 844
  • Production from Coke-Oven Ga9, Duisburg, 165*
  • Hydrometers, Historical Exhibit, 823
  • Hydrostatic Uplift under Masonry Dams, 181* 235*

I.

  • ICE, Glacier, Determination of Thickness, 508
  • Idle-Time Recorder for Machines (Gent & Co., Ltd.), 215*
  • Igranic Electric Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 129
  • Illinois, University of, Memoir on Plaster-Models for Stress Determination, 231 Illumination Congress, International, Great Britain, 1931, 143, 799
  • Research Committee, Adoption of "Day¬light Factor,” 550
  • Impact on Railway Bridges, 754*
  • Reactions of Motor-Lorry Wheels, 69, 95 Tests. See Tests (Materials).
  • Imperial .Chemical Industries, Ltd., Power Plant at Billingham, 350
  • University of Tokyo, Research Institutes, 19
  • Implements, Ancient Egyptian, Metallo¬graphy of, 641
  • Impounding Dam, Welland Ship Canal, 791
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines
  • Inawasliiro, Japan, Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 19
  • Inchicore Substation, Southern Ireland Elec¬tricity Scheme, 731*
  • India, Bridge Reconstruction in, 503
  • Calcutta, Cable Tunnel under River Hooghly, 124
  • Cochin, Harbour Developments at, 331, 636. See Letter, 679
  • Godavery River Bridge, Handling and Erecting Gear, 160*
  • Jamshedpur Steel Works, Rolling-Mill Plant, 103*
  • Mandi Hydro-Electric Scheme, 815*
  • River Ganges, Floating Dock for, 13
  • Steam Communication with, 493
  • Indian Marine Sloop " Hindustan,” Launch, 702
  • State Railways, Re-Girdering of Lower Sone Bridge, 562*. See Erratum, 697
  • Railways, Loading Diagram, 566*
  • Indicator Diagrams, 2,750-h.p. Marine Diesel Engine with Biichi Supercharger, 280*.
  • See Letters, 323, 418
  • Two-Stroke Junkers Heavy-Oil Engine, 472*
  • Strain, Airship Mooring (Cambridge Instru¬ment Co., Ltd.), 584*. See 273*
  • Safe-Load, for Cranes (Nash Safe-Load Indicators, Ltd.), 807*
  • Induction Furnaces. See Furnace, Electric Motor. See Motor, Electric
  • Indus River, Reconstruction of Attock Bridge, 503
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • Agreements and Disputes. See Labour
  • Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Economics. See Labour
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Management. See Works Management
  • Psychology, National Institute of, Annual Report, 320
  • Research. See Research
  • Industries. See also Trade; and Paragraph Index
  • Industry and Commerce, Association for Education in, Annual Report, 772
  • and Crafts, Electric Power Supply in, 833
  • Iron and Steel, and Science, 751
  • Rationalisation In, 834
  • and Technical Institutions, 17
  • Ingersoll-Rand Marine Oil Engine, Tug " Irande,” 106*
  • Ingots, Aluminium, Casting of, 554
  • Brass, Macrostructure of, 357*, 384
  • Copper, Soundness in, 384, 457*
  • Steel, for Large Rotors, 422
  • Ino, M. on the Diesel Engine in Japan, 186
  • Institute of Transport. See Transport See Institution
  • Institution, Royal. See Royal Institution
  • Technical, Specialist Sections of, 230
  • and Scientific. See Aeronautical Society,
  • Royal ; Arts, Royal Society of; Australia,
  • Institution of Engineers; Automobile
  • Engineers, Institution of; Automotive Engi¬neers, American Society of ; British Archi¬tects, lioyal Institute of; British Associa¬tion; British Columbia Association of Professional Engineers ; Builders, Institute of; Canada, Engineering Institute of; Compressed Air Society, British; Civil Engineers, American Society of; Civil Engineers, Institution of; Diesel Engine Users' Association; Electrical Engineers, Institution of; Engineers-in-Charge, In¬stitution of; Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of; Faraday Society; Fuel, Institute of; Gas Engineers, Institu¬tion of; Glass Technology, Society of; Industry and Commerce, Association for Education in; Industrial Psychology, National Institute of; Iron and Steel Institute; Iron and Steel Institute, American; Junior Institution of Engi¬neers ; Locomotive Engineers, Institution of; Manchester Association of Engineers ; Manchester Steam Users' Association; Marine Engineers, Institute of; Massa¬chusetts Institute of Technology; Mechani¬cal Engineers, American Society of; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of; Meteorological Society, Boyal; Metals, Institute of; Municipal Electrical Asso¬ciation; Naval Architect , Institution of; Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, American Society of; Newcomen Society; North East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders; Optical Society; Paten¬tees, Institute of; Petroleum Technologists,
  • Institution of; Physical Society ; Physics Institute of; Royal Institution; ltoyal Society; Sanitary Institute, Royal; Struc¬tural Engineers, Institution of; Testing Materials, Neui International Association for; Transport, I nstitute of; Water Engi¬neers, Institution of; Welding Engineers, Institution of; Whitworth Society; Women's Engineering Society.
  • Instrument Makers, English, of the Eighteenth Century, 772
  • Pivots (Everett, Edgcumbe & Co., Ltd.), 86
  • Insulation. See Heat; Electric Insurance, Workmen’s. See Labour Internal Combustion Engines. See Aero¬nautics ; Engines ; Motor Cars ; Tractors Grinder. See Grinder under Machine Tools International Combustion, Ltd., Pulverised-Fuel Boiler Plant, 797*
  • Congress on General Mechanics, Liege, 1930, 143
  • Illumination Congress, Great Britain, 1931, 143, 799
  • Railway Congress, Madrid. See Railway Congress
  • Standard Electric Corporation, Properties of Permalloy C, 567*
  • Trade. See Trade
  • Inverter, Mercury, 92
  • Ipswich, Waterless Gasholder at, 742
  • " Irande,” Diesel-Engined Tug (J. I. Thorny¬croft & Co., Ltd.), 106*
  • Ireland, Electric Power Supply In, 731*. See Erratum, 767
  • Iron Alloys. See Metallurgy and Steel Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Early Production of, 352
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
  • Industry, United States, Wages and Hours in, 252
  • Manufacture, Electro-Metallurgical Plant at Sault Ste. Marie, 256
  • See also Furnaces, Blast; Metallurgy Ore. See Ore
  • Pig, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills and Steel, Import Trade, 478
  • Industry and Science, 751
  • Nickel-Bearing, Extended Use of, 750
  • Institute, American, Chromium-Man¬ganese Steels, by Dr. F. M. Becket, 749 ;
  • Steel House Construction, by L. H. Miller,
  • 749 ; Some Comments on Steel Specifi¬cations, by J. Johnston, 749 ; Steel-Plant Lubrication, by W. A. James, 749; Utilisation of Waste Heat in the Steel Industry, by C. W. E. Clarke, 749; Developments in Nickel-Iron and Steel by C. McKnight, 750; Contribution of Science to the Iron and Steel Industry, by A. D. Little, 751

Iron and Steel Institute :

  • Spring Meeting, London:
  • Programme, 454, 541
  • Report of Council, 582
  • Presentation of Bessemer Medals to E. Schneider and Dr. W. Rosenhain, 582, 609
  • Award of Scholarships, 641
  • Annual Dinner, 643
  • Reports of Discussions, 609, 641
  • Thin-Pack Normalising or Heat Treat¬ment versus Box-Annealing of Sheets, by R. Whitfield, 582*. See 610
  • Interaction of Gases and Ore in the Blast Furnace, by Prof. W. A. Bone, Dr. L. Reeve and Dr. H. L. Saunders, 647*. See 609
  • Developments in Fuel Economy at Skin¬ningrove, by F. Bainbridge, 588*, 617*. See 610
  • Tin and Sheet-Mill Rolls in Service, by E. R. Mort, 615*. See 611
  • Metallography of Some Ancient Egyptian Implements, by Sir H. C. H. Car¬penter and Dr. J. M. Robertson, 641
  • Some Alloys for Use at High Temperatures: Nickel-Chromium and Complex Iron- Nickel-Chromium Alloys, by Dr. W. Rosenhain, C. H. M. Jenkins, H. J. Tapsell, Dr. C. R. Austin, and N. P. Rees, 780*, 811*. See 641
  • Chromium-Copper Structural Steels, by J. A. Jones, 687*. See 642
  • Constitution of the Alloys of Iron with Silicon, by Dr. J. L. Haughton and Dr. M. L. Becker, 653*. See 642
  • Carburising and Graphitising Reactions between Iron-Carbon Alloys, Carbon Monoxide and Carbon Dioxide, by Dr. M. L. Becker, 642
  • Effect of Melting Conditions on the Microstructure and Mechanical Strengths of Grey Cast Irons, by Dr. A. L. Norbury and E. Morgan, 643
  • Properties of Some Steels containing Chromium, by A. R. Page and Dr. J. H. Partridge, 680*. See 643
  • History of the Cementation Process, by D. Brownlie and Baron de Laveleye, 643
  • Corner Ghost in Steel Ingots, by Dr. S. Maita, 643
  • Iron and Steel. See also Paragraph Index Works. See IForA-s
  • Stove Plates, History of (Review), 191
  • Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Wrought, for Chains and Hooks, 241
  • See also Cast Iron; Steel; Pig Iron; Metallurgy
  • Irrigation Scheme, New South Wales, 351
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Isherwood System, Ship Construction, Annual Return, 202
  • Isotopes, Detection by Mass Spectrograph, 397*, 437
  • Problems of, 461*
  • Istrumenti di Misura C. G. S., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition 87
  • Italian Motor Taxation Formula, 303*, 366. See Letters, 776, 808
  • Navy, Trials of Flotilla Leaders, 530, 568
  • State Railways, Oil-Driven Rail-Car with Electric Transmission, 7*. See 186*, 624

J.

  • JACKSON, R., on Pulverised-Coal Firing, 184
  • Jacobson, C. A., on Air Pre-heaters and Similar Apparatus, 155
  • Jaeschke, A., on Refractory Bricks, 300
  • James, Prof.. R. V., on Plaster Models for Stress Determination, 231
  • James, W. A., on Steel Plant Lubrication, 749
  • Jamshedpur Steel Works, Rolling Mill Plant, 103*
  • Japan, Coal Resources of, 183
  • Diesel Engine Progress in. 186
  • Electric Power Supply in, 91, 92
  • Hydraulic Turbine Development in, 268
  • Imports and Exports, 321
  • Inawashiro and Kiso River Hydro-Electric Power Plants, 19
  • Nagoya, Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, 19
  • Oil Consumption for Power Purposes, 184
  • Petroleum Resources of, 184
  • River Arakawa Improvement Works, 18
  • Ruths Accumulators in, 155
  • Shinano-Gawa Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 154
  • Soft Coal as Domestic Fuel, 184
  • Steam and Hydro-Electric Power Plants, Joint Operation, 154
  • Transportation and Distribution of Coal, 183
  • World Engineering Congress in. See Engineering Congress
  • Power Conference. See World Power Conference
  • Japanese Coalfields, 20
  • Funicular Railways, 117
  • Government Railways, Train Ferries, 117 ;
  • Analysis of Rail Failures, 708
  • Steel Works, Yawata, 19
  • Hydro-Electric Plants, Reservoirs for, 267
  • Imperial Mint, Osaka, 19
  • Markets, Great Britain’s Position in, 321
  • Navy and Treaty of Limitations, 575
  • Jenkins, C. H. M., on Nickel-Chromium Alloys
  • for High Temperature, 780*, 811*. See 641
  • Jet Dispersers, Hydraulic, Arapuni Hydro-Electric Scheme, 137*
  • Johns, A. W., Appointment as Director of Naval Construction, 35
  • Johnston, J., on Steel Specifications, 749
  • Joints, Expansion, Monolith, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 243*
  • Fusion-Welded, for High Strength, 364*, 386*
  • Pipe, Flexible (Barco Manufacturing Co.), 250
  • Jones, B., on Fatigue in Lead, 423*. See 399
  • Jones, J. A., on Chromium-Copper Structural Steels, 687*. See 642
  • Jones, W. R. D., on Metallic Magnesium, 394. See 400
  • Josse, Prof, von E., on Ruths Accumulators in Industrial Plants, 155. See 764*
  • Journal of Tour in Scotland, 1819, Southey’s(Review), 501See Bearings
  • Jubilee of American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 545
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, Presidential Address, by Sir E. W. Moir, on Engineering Difficulties, 233; Annual Dinner, 578; Dur¬ham Bursary, 604
  • Junkersmotorenbau G.m.b.H., Heavy-Oil Aero Engine, 471*

K.

  • KAMO, Prof. M., on Low-Temperature Car¬bonisation of Korean Brown Coal, 184 Kanaya, K., on Interference from Power Lines. 93
  • Kano Water Supply Scheme, Nigeria, 114
  • Kaplan and Propeller Type Turbines, 263
  • Karelitz, G. B.;on Ring-Oiled Bearings, 146
  • Karges-Hammer, A.-G., Lidding Machine for Tins, 374*
  • Kawamura, T., Comparison of Oil-Burning Steamships and Motorships, 186
  • Kawasaki Dockyard, Kobe, 19
  • Kazipet-Bclharshah Railway, Construction of Godavery Bridge, 160* ’
  • Keary, Miss E. M., on Resistance and Form of Towed Barges, 531
  • Kelen, Dr. N., on Safety and Watertightness of Dams, 267. See Erratum, 411
  • Kelly Co., Parallel-Slide Valves, 250
  • Kelvin, Bottomley & Baird, Ltd., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 123
  • Lecture on the Theory of Metals, 595
  • Kennedy, A., Junr., on Ship Propulsion and Power Plant Engineering, 156
  • Kennedy, Sir A. B. W., Work of, 93
  • Kenrick Technical College, Engineering Shop and Foundry, 60*
  • Kent, G., & Co., Ltd., Planimeters, 52* ; Auto¬matic Gas-Pressure Controller, 841*
  • Kent and Leven Viaducts, Reconstruction, 426
  • Kenya and Uganda Railways and Harbours, Report, 82
  • Kerr, H. S., On Re-Girdering River Sone Bridge, 562*. See Erratum, 697
  • Kerr, Stuart & Co., Ltd., Diesel-Engined Lorry, 169*
  • Keys, Monolith, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 242*
  • Keystone Lubricating Co., Multi-Point Grease Lubricating System, 377*
  • Kill van Kull Bridge, New York, Cost, 114
  • Kilns, Cement, Rotary, Pulveriscd-Fuel Firing, 185
  • Tunnel, for Porcelain Insulator Manufac¬ture, 634
  • Kinematics of Machines (Review), 38
  • “King George V,” S.S., Boiler Explosion, 453
  • King, J. H., on Economy in Marino Steam Machinery, 262
  • King’s College, London, Lectures on Engines for Aircraft, 254
  • Kingston-on-Thames Power Station, Exten¬sion, 503
  • Kipps, Locomotive Coaling Plant at, London & North-Eastern Railway, 330*
  • Kirkstall Road Power Station, Leeds, Engine- Room Telegraph, 392*
  • Kiso River, Japan, Hydro-Electric Power Plants, 19
  • Kobe, Kawasaki Dockyard, 19
  • Kohn, R. D., on the New York Building Con¬gress, 706
  • Kolb, II., Radial Drilling Machine, 311*
  • Korea, Fusenko Hydro-Electric Plant, 02
  • Korean Brown Coal, Low-Temperature Car¬bonisation of, 184
  • Koukel-Krajewsky, S. A., on Power Supply of Russian Industries, 184
  • Kraft, Prof. E. A., Back-Pressure and Bleeder Turbines, 267
  • Kreuger Cell, Measurement of Impact Forces, 70
  • Krupp, F., A.-G., 2,000-h.p. Turbine Loco¬motive Tests, 230*
  • Kubota, Y., on the Fusenko Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 92
  • Kumardhubi Engineering Works, Ltd., Steel Girders, River Sone Bridge, 562*. See Erratum, 697

L.

  • LA MONT-RILEY Water Wall for Boiler Furn¬aces, 74*
  • Laboratory, Earth-Pressure Testing, 639*, 753
  • Research, High-Voltage (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 312*
  • Labour:
  • Coal Industry, International Wages in, 23, 252, 6'0
  • Employment Statistics, Engineering and Allied Industries, 20, 51, 82,114, 145, 176,229,260, 239, 307
  • Houses, Working-Class, Financial Pro¬vision for, 707
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • Health Research Board, Report on Accident Proneness and Proficiency,
  • Psychology, National Institute, Report, 320
  • Labour Notes, 11, 42, 76, 118, 135, 178, 197, 251, 294, 322, 356, 388, 420, 441, 488, 518, 537, 569, 614, 646, 666, 712, 730, 763, 794, 824. See Paragraph Index
  • Mines, Ventilation and Health in, 295
  • Pension Scheme, Lancashire Electric Power Co., Ltd., 487
  • Petroleum Industry, Californian, Fatalities in, 324
  • Railway Staffs, Co-Operation of, 725
  • Training of, 819
  • Skilled Employment and Apprenticeship Association, Annual Report, 829
  • Unemployment Statistics, Engineering and Allied Industries, 20, 51, 82, 114, 145, 176, 229, 260, 289, 307
  • Wages, Coal, in Belgium, Poland and Great Britain, 680
  • Engineering, in Germany, 146, 455
  • and Hours in United States Coal and Iron Industries, 252
  • International, in Coal Industry, 23, 252, 6:0
  • Lacey, G., on Stable Channels in Alluvium, 179
  • Lagging Materials. See Heat Insulation
  • Lake, G. H., on Pulverised Fuel and Boiler- House Operation, 740
  • Storage, Amsteldiep, Zuyder Zee Reclama¬tion Works, 762*
  • Victoria, Traffic on, 82
  • Lamb, II. C., on Operating Results with Barton Power Station, 597*, 634*, 71<s*.
  • See 739, 745*
  • Laminated Springs, Researches on, 26*
  • Lancashire Boiler. See Boiler J
  • Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Co., Ltd., 400 kw. Motor-Generator Sets and Motors, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, 278*
  • Lancashire Electric Power Co., Ltd., Pension Scheme, 487
  • Lancaster, R., on Zinc-Base Die-Casting Alloys, 429*. See 399. See Letter, 517
  • Lancegaye Safety Glass, Ltd., Hydraulic Press with Flexible Platen, 630*. See Letter, 679. See Addendum, 703
  • Lanchestcr, Dr., and Aeronautical Progress,
  • Land-Reclamation Works, Zuyder Zee, 655*. 779*. 770, 821*. See Letter, 743
  • Landing Stage, Passenger, Tilbury, 678*
  • Langerbrugge Power Station, Working Tem¬perature in Boilers, 416
  • Larssen Steel Piling, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 762*, 821*
  • Latent Heat of Steam, American Researches on, 257
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 24, 78, 138, 170, 234, 263, 326, 387, 419, 487, 517, 540,
  • 582, 645, 702, 775, 798, 823
  • Law. See Legal; Labour
  • Laws, Dr. B. C., on Behaviour of Two Passen¬ger Vessels at Sea, 515. See Letter, 572
  • Le Grand, Sutcliffe and Gell, Ltd., Enlarging a Borehole by Explosives, 293
  • Lead Alloys. Sec Alloys under Metallurgy Corrosion in Buildings, Report, 494
  • Investigations on Fatigue in, 399, 423*
  • Melting Pot, Electrically-Heated (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 220*
  • Pipes, Creep Tests of, 328, 772
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Leaky-Harper Drawing Machine (Cambridge -Instrument Co., Ltd.), 644
  • Leather Bullets for Cleaning Condenser Tubes, ,3 718*
  • Ledward A Beckett, Portishead Power Station, Steelwork and Operating Machinery, 433*
  • Lee A Fouracre, Concrete Block and Slab Machines, 211
  • Leeds, Kirkstall Road Electric Power Station, Engine-Room Telegraph, 392*
  • University and Gas Research, 742
  • Leemans Pumping Station, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 655*, 761*
  • Lees, H., A Co., Ltd., Locomotive-Coaling Plant, ;r 330*
  • Legal:
  • Charing Cross Bridge Bill, Objections to, 640
  • Irish Electricity Acts, 731
  • Labour Legislation. See Labour
  • Manchester Ship Canal, Heavy Traffic over Bridges, Lawsuit, 411
  • Reservoirs (Safety Provisions) Bill, Objections to, 516
  • See also Paragraph Index 3 Legislation. See Legal; Labour ’ Leicester College of Technology, Industrial and ). Commercial Administration Course, 800
  • Leipzig Fair, Technical Exhibits, 309*, 340* 373*
  • Lentz Patents, Ltd., Rotary Cain Poppet ,i Valve Gear for Locomotives, 39*
    Letters to the Editor, 22*, 43, 134*, 178, 234,
  • 263, 323, 378, 418, 454, 487, 516, 550, 571, 632, 679, 710*, 743, 776, 80S, 833. See Letters Index
  • Leven and Kent Viaducts, Reconstruction, 426
  • Lidding Machine for Tins, 374*
  • Lidgerwood Cnbleway, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 512*
  • Lidge International Congress on General Mechanics, 143
  • International Exhibition, 543. See 829
  • Lifting Appliances and Chains, Report, 241
  • Bridges. See Bridges
  • Life-Saving Appliances for Ships, 491
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy ,
  • Polarised, Stress Determination by. See Optical
  • Lighting of Buildings, “ Daylight Factor,” 550 Gas. See Gas
  • “Lightning,” H.M.S., History of, 498 See Electric
  • Lignite, Development in Canada, 455
  • Limitorquc Corporation, Electrical Operating Gear for High-Pressure Valve, 249*
  • Lincoln Prize Papers, Are Welding (Review), 452
  • Linde Canadian Refrigeration Co., Refrigera¬ting Plant, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, 279*
  • Plant, Coke-Oven Gas Decomposition, 163*
  • Lindhagen, M. T., on Ljungstrom Steam Tur¬bines, 156
  • Lindmark, Prof. T., on Heating Surfaces of Boilers, 155
  • Liners. Sec Steamers
  • Liquids, Depth Gauges for (Liquidometer Co & Inc.), 74*
  • Flow of, Mean Speed of Discharge, 803
  • Fuel. See Oil Fuel.
  • Rapid Gravitometer for (W. A T. Avery, Ltd.), 215*
  • and Vapours, Properties of, 1*. See 88*
  • Liquidometer Co., Inc., Depth Gauges for Liquids, 74*
  • Liskeard Viaduct, Reconstruction of, 425
  • Lister, R. A. A Co., Ltd., Petrol-Driven Auto¬matic Lighting Sets, 204*
  • Literature, 38, 98,130, 162, 191, 274, 452, 500, 561, 676, 806, 817. See Literature Index
  • Litigation. See Legal; Labour
  • Little, A. D., on Science and the Iron and Steel Industry, 751
  • Littleton, Dr. J. T., Jr., on Strength of Ther¬mally-Toughened Glass, 195
  • Pumping Installation, Comparative Esti¬mates for, 839
  • Liverpool and Manchester Railway Cen¬tenary (Review), 130
  • Replacement of Railway Bridge, Walton Hall Avenue, 696*
  • “ Liverpool,” S.S., Atlantic Voyages of, 692
  • Liversedge, A. J., on Engineering Markets of the World, 777*
  • Ljungstrom Air-Preheaters, Tests of, 155
  • Steam Turbines, 156 “ Llangibhy Castle,” M.S., Gravity Davit and Winch, 668*
  • Lloyd’s Register, Aviation Advisory Commit¬tee, 108
  • Statistics, Vessels under Construction 88, 513
  • Vessels Launched, 166
  • Load Factor, Influence on Cost of Electric Power, 92, 122*
  • Models, Three-Dimensional, and Current Tariffs, 835
  • Loading Diagram, Indian State Railway, 566*
  • Local Authorities. See Municipal
  • Loch Long, Deep-Sea Diving Experiments in, 259
  • Lock, Entrance, Ymuiden, Nortli Sea Canal, J 3*, 67*
  • Ferro-Concrete, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 762*, 821
  • Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 157*,
  • 241*, 336*, 400*, 468*, 592*, 663*, 711*, 725*, 790*
  • Lockouts. See Labour; Labour Notes Locomotive Balance and Hammer Blow, 754*
  • Boilers, Investigations on Firebox Stays and Plates, 30
  • Coaling Plant at Kipps, London and North Eastern Railway, 330*
  • 300-h.p. Diesel Engine (Hudswell, Clarke, A Co., Ltd.), 324*
  • Diesel, Progress of, 623
  • Electric, for Main-Line Traction, 722
  • 1,500-volt, 5,400-h.p., Paris, Lyons A
  • Mediterranean Railway, Tests, 793
  • 7,200-h.p., Swiss Federal Railways, 509.
  • See Addendum, 637
  • Engineers, Institution of, Formation of
  • Birmingham Centre, 279
  • Locomotive, Feed-Water Heaters for, 626
  • High-Pressure, with Geared Uniflow Engine and Water-Tube Boiler, Operating Results, 625
  • Pressure, Schmidt-Hensehel, Operating Results, 625
  • Pressure Steam, 266
  • Pressure Steam, Progress of, 625
  • Industry, Position and Prospects, 229
  • Internal-Combustion Engine, on United States Railways, 117
  • Oil-Driven, Efficiency of, 110
  • Driven (Orenstcin und Koppel A.-G.), 376*
  • Driven, Power Transmission, 836
  • Electric, Operating Costs. 758
  • Electric, Progress of, 624
  • Passenger, with Rotary Cam Poppet Valve Gear, London and North Eastern Railway,
  • 39
  • Petrol, 12-ton (J. A F. Howard, Ltd.), 504
  • Rond. See Motor; Itoad; Tractor — Steam, Heat Economy of, 266
  • Superheaters for, 626
  • Tender, with Exhaust-Turbine Drive, 625
  • Turbine, 2,000-h.p., German State Railways, Tests, 280*
  • Progress of, 623
  • 4-6-0 Type, with Beardmorc-Caprotti Valve Gear, London A North Eastern Railway,
  • 4-8-2 Type Express, Est Railway, 334*
  • 2-6-2 Type Tank, London, Midland A Scottish Railway, 582*
  • 4-4-0 Type “ V ” Class Passenger, Southern Railway, 408*
  • Valve Gears for, 626
  • Zoelly Turbine, 266
  • See also Railways in Paragraph Index Loewe, L., A Co., A.-G., High-Speed Automatic Drilling Machines, 29*; Single-Lever Controlled Milling Machine, 183*;
  • Cylindrical and Plunge Grinding Machine, 343*
  • Loffler, Prof, von St., on Generation of Super-Pressure Steam, 58*
  • London, Atmospheric Pollution in, 825
  • County Council and Charing Cross Bridge Scheme, 114, 640
  • Council, Report on Thames Floods Pre¬vention, 382
  • Council School of Engineering and Navi¬gation, Lectures on High-Tension Elec¬tricity, 148
  • King’s College, Lectures on Engines for Aircraft, 254
  • Lots Road Power Station, Reconstruction of, 443*
  • Midland A Scottish Railway, Furness Sec¬tion, 2-6-2
  • Type Tank Locomotive, 582* ; Reconstruction of Kent and Eeven Via¬ducts, 426 ; Turbine Locomotive, Opera¬ting Results, 624 ; Tilbury Station, 678*
  • A North Eastern Railway, Three-Cylinder Passenger Locomotive with Rotary Cam Poppet Valve Gear, 39* ; 4-6-0 Loco¬motive, witli Beardmore-Caprotti Valve Gear, 133* ; Locomotive-Coaling Plant at Kipps, 330* ; Tests of Locomotives, 026
  • Port of, Tilbury Passenger-Landing Stage, 678*
  • School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Lectures on Health in the Tropics, 321
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral Re-Opening, 831. See 823
  • Underground Railways. See Underground
  • University College (1826-1926) (Review), 98
  • College, Goldsmid Engineering Scholar¬ship, 88
  • Water Works, Pumping Machinery, 809*, 839*
  • Longbottom, Sir B., the Late, 604
  • Loom, Automatic, High-Speed, 19
  • Lorries. Sec Motor Wagons; Tractors
  • Lots Road Power Station, Reconstruction of, 443*
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Coal. See Coal
  • Lowndes, E. C., on Pulverised Fuel, 185
  • Lubricating Oils, Synthetic Production of, 184 Sec also Oils
  • System, Grease, Automatic Multi-Point (Keystone Lubricating Co.), 377*
  • Lubrication, Film, of Journal Bearings, 22*
  • of Steel Works Plant, 749 Lubricators (Trier Bros., Ltd.), 225
  • Flange, for Railway Wheels (Hnslcr Tele¬graph Works), 538*
  • Lunkenhcimer Co., 1,350-lb. Pressure Stop Valve, 75*
  • Lysholm, A., on Tests of Ljungstrom Air- Preheaters, 155 ; on Ljungstrom Steam Turbines, 156
  • Lyttelton Harbour, New Zealand, Develop¬ment of, 332

M.

  • MAATSCHAPPIJ tot Uitvoering van Zuiderzeewerken, Ltd., Mcdemblik-Dcn Oever Embankment, 655*, 759*
  • MacNaughtan, D. J., on Stopping-Off Materials for Nickel Plating, 536
  • Mac. See also Mc
  • Machines, Kinematics of (Review). 38
  • Shops. See B’orX-s and Machine Tools

Machine Tools:

  • Bottoming Machine for Tins (L. Selmler A.-G.), 373*
  • Chuck, Air-Operated (Pittler Werkzeug- maschincnfabrik A.-G.), 376*
  • Dovetailing Machine, Multiple-Spindle (Botteher und Gessncr), 310*
  • Drill, Bench, Electrically-Driven High- Speed (L. Loewe A Co. A.-G.), 29*
  • Drilling Machine, Radial (F. Braun A.-G.), 309*
  • Radial (H. Kolb), 311*
  • Radial, Direct Motor-Driven (W. Asquith, Ltd.), 426*
  • Drilling and Tapping Machine, Automatic (L. Loewe A Co. A.-G.), 29*
  • Flanging Press, Hydraulic Boiler-Plate (Rico & Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 14*
  • Garage Tool, Universal (F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd.), 211*
  • Gear-Cutting Works, 1). Brown A Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 559*, 693*. See Erratum, 744
  • Generating Machine, Turbine Gear (D. Brown A Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 560*
  • 108-in. Worm-Wheel (D. Brown A Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 693*
  • Grinder, High-Speed Swing-Frame (Pneulec, Ltd.), 224*
  • Grinding Machine, Cylindrical and Plunge (L. Loewe A Co. A.-G.), 343*
  • Face, 78-in. Hydraulic (DiskusWerke A.-G.), 72*
  • Hydraulically-Operated (FortunaWerke A.-G.), 340*
  • Internal (Naxos-Union), 342*
  • Internal and Shoulder (FortunaWerke A.-G.), 340*
  • Roll (Churchill Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 538*. Sec Erratum, 640
  • Thread (D. Brown A Sons (Hudders¬field), Ltd.), 693*
  • Guillotine Shears, High-Speed Geared (Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd.), 226
  • Hack Saws, Graduated-Tooth Blades for (“ Barsonator ” Werkzeug G.m.b.H.), 518
  • Hand-Operated, Rail-Cutting (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 588*
  • Hobbing Machine, D.B.S. Worm Wheel (D. Brown A Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 694*
  • Hydraulic Press. See Press (below) Lathe, Capstan (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 374*
  • D.B.S. Worm Wheel (D. Brown A Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 694*
  • 11-in. (Gebr. Bohringer G.m.b.H.), 341*. See Erratum, 408
  • with Horizontal Capstan (Pittler Werk-zeugmaschinenfabrik A.-G.), 375*
  • Turret, Hydraulically-Operated (Magde- burger Werkzeugmaschinenfabrik A.- G.), 310*
  • Wheel-Turning (W. Hegenscheidt A.-G.), 342
  • Lidding Machine for Tins (Karges-Hammer A.-G.), 374
  • Machine Shop Management. See JForfrs
  • Management Tool Exhibition, 1932, 609
  • Flange-Type Electric Motor for (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 221
  • Industry, Position and Prospects, 176
  • at Leipzig Fair, 309*
  • Trades’ Association, Annual Dinner, 609
  • Milling Machine, Thread (D. Brown A Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 693*
  • Direct Motor Driven (Wandererwerke A.-G.), 374*
  • High-Power Plain (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 456*
  • Rolling-Mill Pinion (D. Brown A Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 560*
  • Single-Lever Controlled (L. Loewe A Co. A.-G.), 183*
  • Nailing Machine, Box (Bohm und Kruse), 311*
  • Planing and Jointing Machine for Wood, 9-in. Hand-Feed (Wadkin A Co.), 748*
  • Machine with Independent Cutting Drive (Etablissements C. Berthiez), 476*
  • 66-ft.. Plate-Edge, Sydney Harbour
  • Bridge Construction, 534*
  • Plate-Edge Planing Machine, 66-ft., Sydney Harbour Bridge Construction, 534*
  • Polishing and Buffing Set, Electrically Driven (W. Canning A Co., Ltd.), 223*
  • Press, Automatic Steatite (Steatite Mag¬nesia Co.), 634*
  • at British Industries Fair, Birmingham, 207
  • High-Speed (Maschinenfabrik Wein¬garten vorm. II. Schatz), 374*
  • Hvdraulic, Boiler-Plate Flanging (Rice A Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 14*
  • with Flexible Platen (Fluid Presses, Ltd.), 630*. See Letter, 679. See Addendum, 703
  • 12-in. Three-Plate (Hollings A Guest, Ltd.), 206*
  • 120-ton Three-Plate (Tangyes, Ltd.), 207*
  • Rail-Cutting Hack Saw, Hand-Operated (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 588*
  • Reversing Gear. Electrical, for Planing Machines (Etablissements C. Berthiez), 476*
  • Roll-Grinding Machine (Churchill Machine Tool Co., Ltd.), 538*. See Erratum, 640
  • 12-ft. Plate-Straightening, Sydney Har¬bour Bridge Construction, 534*
  • Saw Bench, 26-in. (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 211*
  • See also Hack-Saws (above)
  • Scraper, Power-Operated (Alig A Baumgiirtel), 519*
  • Screw-Thread Milling and Grinding Machines (D. Brown A Sons (Hud¬dersfield), Ltd.), 693*
  • Rolling, 721*. See Errata, 766
  • Shaping Machine, Direct-Operated (J. Emrich G.m.b.H.), 309*
  • Shears, High-Speed Geared Guillotine, (Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd.), 226
  • Tapping and Drilling Machine, Automatic (L. Loewe A Co. A.-G.), 29*
  • Tins, Bottoming Machine for (L. Schuler A.-G.), 373*
  • Tins, Lidding Machine for (If argcs-Hammer A.-G.), 374*
  • Turret Lathes. See Lathes (above)
  • Wheel-Turning Lathe (W. Hegenscheidt A.-G.), 342*
  • Woodworker, Universal (Midland Saw and Tool Co., Ltd.), 295*
  • Electrically-Driven (Dominion Ma¬chinery Co., Ltd.), 210*
  • Woodworking Machinery, Combination Machine (Woodworking Machinery Co., Inc.), 688*
  • Dovetailing Machine (Botteher und Gessncr), 310*
  • 9-in. Hand-Feed Planing and Joint¬ing Machine (Wadkin & Co.), 748*
  • 26-in., Saw Bench (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 210*
  • See also Paragraph Index Machine Work. See Machine Tools Machinery Imports and Exports, Statistics, 20, 51, 82, 114, 145, 176, 229, 260,289, 307, 777*
  • Market in China, 289
  • Madrid, International Railway Congress. See Railway Congress
  • Maehara, S., on Electric Power Enterprise in Japan, 92
  • Maffei Turbine Locomotive, 625
  • Magdeburger Werkzeugmaschinenfabrik A.-G., Hydraulically-Operated Turret Lathe, 310
  • Magnesia Lagging for Steam Pipes, 579, 587, 650
  • Magnesite Bricks, Composition and Properties, 392
  • Softening and Melting Points of, 390
  • Magnesium Alloys. See Alloys under Metal¬lurgy
  • Metallic, Properties of, 394
  • Magnetic Alloys, 219, 567*
  • Master Compass, Holmes (H. Hughes & Son, Ltd.), 130
  • Properties of Permalloy O, 567*
  • Separator, Waterfall-Type (Rapid Magnet¬ting Machine Co., Ltd.), 221*
  • Tests, Silicon-Iron Alloys, 642, 654*
  • Mains, Electric. See Cables under Electric
  • Maize-Stripping Machine (Dubert A Serre), 431
  • Malcolm of Poltalloch, Col. E. D., the Late, 418
  • Malleable Cast Iron, Use in Belleville Water-Tube Boilers, 50
  • Management of Works. See Works Management Manchester Association of Engineers, Annual Dinner, 261
  • Barton Power Station Extension, Operating Results, 597*. 684*. 718*, 739, 745*
  • Municipal College of Technology, Research Scholarships, 572 ; Summer Courses, 680
  • Ship Canal, Heavy Road Traffic over Bridges, Lawsuit, 411; Traffic Statistics, 486
  • Steam Users’ Association, Explosion of Stirling Boiler, 577 ; Report, 673 Mandi Hydro-Electric Scheme, 815* Manganese-Chromium Steels, Properties of, 749 Manitoba, Hydro-Electric Power Develop¬ments, 62
  • Fort Churchill Harbour Works, 71
  • Mannaberg, M., the Late. 10
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods in. See Works Management
  • Manumit Motor Roller, Power Unit for, 216
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., Exhi¬bits at Physical and Optical Societies’
  • Exhibition, 129
  • Mardge, France, Dordogne River Arch Dam, 578
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery, Air Compressors, High-Pressure (G. A J. Weir, Ltd.), 506*
  • Machinery, Electric Windlasses, 483
  • Machinery, Evaporator with Continuous-Cleaning Mechanism (Clarke, Chapman A
  • Co., Ltd.), 774*
  • Machinery, Vibration from, 529, 551*
  • Boilers. See Boilers
  • Engineering History, Chapters in, 333, 498^, 690
  • Industry, Position and Prospects, 260
  • Lloyd’s Statistics, 88, 513. See 56,103
  • Progress in, 49
  • Scarcity of Students in, 482
  • Engineers, Early, 498
  • Institute of, Annual Dinner, 351 ; Annual Report, 445 ; Advantages to Shipowners of Closer Co-Operation between the Naval Architect and Marine Engineer, by A. T. Wall, 482
  • and Naval Architects, American Society of. See Naval Architects
  • Engines. See Engines; Turbines ; Marine Propulsion
  • Machinery, Output in 1929, 56, 103, 139. See 88,513
  • Propulsion, 200-h.p. and 100-h.p. British Kromhout Semi-Diesel Engines for Motor
  • Tugs, 178
  • Condensers of H.M. Ships, 474*
  • Diesel-Electric Oil Tanker “ Brunswick,” Performance, 513, 519*
  • Diesel Engine, 2,750-h.p., with Biichi Supercharger, Trials of, 280*. See Letters,
  • 323, 418
  • Diesel Engine Construction, Statistics, 185
  • 50,000-h.p. Diesel Engines, German Battleship “ Ersatz Preussen,’’ 175*
  • Diesel Engines, 20,000-s.h.p., Harland-B. A W. Type. M.S. " Britannic,” 836* Diesel Engines, 5,200-h.p., Harland -B. A W. Type, with Biiehi Supercharger,
  • M.S. “ Dunbar Castle,’’ 097 Diesel Engines and Steam Machinery, Operating Costs, 263
  • Diesel Engine for Tug “ Irande,” 106*
  • Economy In Marine Steam Machinery, 262
  • Geared Turbines and Turbo-Electric Drive, Comparisons, 263, 514
  • High-Pressure Steam for, 156
  • High-Pressure Steam Installation, S.S. " Statendam,” 491*, 513
  • Marine Propulsion, History of, 49
  • Machinery of S.S. " Berwindglen ’’ and “ Berwindyale,” 262
  • Machinery of Ships Constructed on Great Lakes during War, 262
  • Machinery, Weights in Warships, 175
  • Modern Steam Turbines, 263
  • and Power Plant Engineering, 156
  • Power Supply on Ships, 835
  • Pulverised Coal for, 287
  • Pulveriscd-Coal Installations, S.S. " Ber-windglen ’’ and " Berwindyale,’’ 262
  • Pulverised-Fuel Installation, S.S. “ Hor¬orata,” 343*
  • Steam and Oil Engines for Trawlers, 186
  • Steam Turbines, Single-Reduction Gear¬ing for, 500*
  • Trials of Flotilla Leaders, 530, 568
  • Turbines, Exhaust-Steam, Bauer-Wach System, 139, 156
  • Turbo-Electric Liners for Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co., 139.
  • See 513, 519*
  • Turbo-Electric Liner “ Viceroy of India," Performances, 513, 519*
  • Vibration of Ships, Causes and Preven¬tion, 529, 551*
  • U.S.S. “ Saratoga," Trial Data, 263
  • See also Engines; Turbines; Propellers ; Ship Resistance ; and Paragraph Index
  • Structures, Deterioration in Sea Water, Report, 544
  • Turbines. See Turbines, Steam ; Marine Propulsion
  • Markets. See Trade and Paragraph Index “ Maron,” M.S., 2,750-h.p. Diesel Engine with Buchi Supercharger for, Trials, 280*. See Letters, 323, 418
  • Marshall, Sons & Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 216*
  • Marshalling Yards, Speed Control in, 724
  • Maryborough Substation, Southern Ireland Electricity Scheme, 731*
  • Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Niirnberg, Diesel Engines for Hennigsdorf Substation, 411
  • Maschinenfabrik Weingarten vorm H. Schatz, High-Speed Press, 374*
  • Masonry Dams, Hydrostatic Uplift under, 181*, 235*
  • Mass Spectra, Aston’s Work on, 397*, 437*, 470*
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Experi¬ments on Specific Volume of Steam, 258 : Experiments on Earth Pressure, 689*, 753*
  • Master Compass, Holmes Magnetic (H. Hughes & Son, Ltd.), 130
  • Masts, Transmission Line, Southern Ireland Electricity Scheme, 731*
  • Materials, Strength of (Review), 163 See also Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • Matter, Transmutation of, 549*
  • Matthews, Sir T., the Late, 85
  • Maunsell, R. E. L., 4-4-0 Type “ V ” Class Passenger Locomotive, 408*
  • Mavor & Coulson, Ltd., Portable Belt Con¬veyor, 783*
  • Maxwell Scholarship, Faraday House, 200
  • May Lecture, Institute of Metals, Influence of Technique on Research, 640
  • Maybach, Dr. W., the Late, 41
  • Mayer, Dr. X., on High-Pressure Steam in Germany, 267
  • McKnight, C., on Nickel-Iron and Steel, 750
  • McLaren-Benz Airless-Injection Engine for Lorry, 169* ; for Locomotive, 324*
  • McLaughin, Dr. T. A., Southern Ireland Elec¬tricity Scheme, 731*, 743, 771. See Erratum, 767
  • Me. See also Mac
  • Measures, Combined Metric Units, Conversion to British Units, 20
  • Measurements, Fine, and Gauges (Review), 806
  • Measuring Machine, Optical (C. Zeiss), 236*. See 285
  • Mechanical Engineering and Power Exhibition, New York, 55, 74*, 120*, 247*. See Erratum, 567
  • Engineers, American Society of, Ring-Oiled Bearings, by G. B. Karelitz, 146* ; Fiftieth Anniversary Meetings, 545

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :

  • London Meetings, Winter Session :
  • Gray Lecture on Progress in Marine Engi¬
  • neering, by Engr. Vice-Admiral R. W. Skelton, 49
  • Election of Officers, 143, 291
  • General Operation Experiences with the First “ Wood ” Steam Generator, by E. W. Smyth, 149*. See 143, 177. See Letter, 263
  • Annual Report, 290
  • Sixth Report of Steam Nozzles Research Committee, 291*, 296*, 361*. See 319, 329
  • Strength and Design of Fusion Welds for Unflred Pressure Vessels, bv L. W. Schuster, 362*, 394*, 427*. See 349, 353, 382, 386*
  • Graduates’ Lecture, on Science in Works Management, by W. Taylor, 383
  • Benevolent Fund Meeting, 416
  • Design and Results of a 600-lb. per square inch Boiler Installation, by W. Niths- dale, 406*. See 416. See Letters, 487, 517, 571. Sec Erratum, 509
  • Economical Production and Distribution of Steam in Large Factories, by F. Carnegie 585*, 618*. See 579, 650*
  • Grant of Royal Charter, 769 Value of Foreign Meetings, 801
  • North-Western Branch :
  • Discussion on Experiences with First Wood Steam Generator, 177. See 143, 149*. See Letter, 263
  • Discussion on Sixth Report of Steam Nozzles Research Committee, 329. See 291*, 296*, 319, 361*
  • Discussion on Fusion Welds for Unflred Pressure Vessels by L. W. Schuster, 386*. See 349, 353, 362*, 382, 394*, 427*
  • Operating Results with Recent Exten¬sions at Barton Power Station, by H. L. Guy and H. C. Lamb, 597*. 684*, 718*. See 739, 745*
  • Discussion on Economical Production and Distribution of Steam in Large Factories, by F. Carnegie, 650*. See 585*, 579, 618*
  • Mechanical Lubricator. See Lubricator Stoker. See Stoker
  • Traction on Roads. See Roads ; Motor Cars ; Tractors
  • Mechanics, Applied, Third International Con¬gress, Stockholm, 450
  • General, International Congress on, Lidge, 1930, 143
  • Medemblik Pumping Station, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 655*,759. See
  • Letter, 743*
  • Meljer, Dr. W. M., on High-Pressure Steam
  • Installation of Holland-America Liner " Statendam,” 491*. See 513
  • Melting Points of Refractory Materials, 390
  • Merchant Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • Ships. See Ships ; Steamers
  • Mercury Arrester, High-Voltage, 93
  • Inverter, 92
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Metals, Anti-Friction. See Alloys under Metal¬lurgy
  • Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • Early Use of, 352
  • Electron Theory of, 595
  • Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)

Metals, Institute of :

  • Zurich Meeting, 1931, 352
  • May Lecture on The Influence of Technique on Research, by Major F. A. Freeth, 640
  • Autumn Meeting, Diisseldorf, 1929
  • Properties of Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, by Dr. O. F. Hudson, T. M. Herbert, Dr. F. E. Ball and E. H. Bucknall, 30
  • Spring Meeting, London ;
  • Programme, 270, 317 Report of Council, 352 Honorary Treasurer’s Report, 352 Presidential Address, by Dr. R. Seligman,
  • on the Work of the Institute, 352
  • Reports of Discussions, 352, 383, 398 Annual Dinner, 385
  • Early Use of Metals, by Dr. T. A. Rickard, 352
  • Macrostructure of Cast Alloys : Effect of Turbulence due to Gases, by R. Genders, 357*. See 353, 384
  • Unsoundness of Bronze Castings, by E. J. Daniels, 358*. See 384
  • Composition of Eutectics, by Dr. D. Stockdale, 383
  • Gases in Copper and their Removal, by W. S. Prytherch, 384
  • Influence of Gases on the Soundness of Copper Ingots, by N. P. Allen, 457*. See 384
  • Effects of Impurities on Copper, Part VI. The Effect of Phosphorus on Copper, by Prof. D. Hanson, S. L. Archbutt, and G. W. Ford, 522*. See 385. See Erratum, 436
  • Aluminium Brasses, by R. Genders, 554*, See 398
  • Diffusion of Zinc in Copper Crystals, by Dr. C. F. Elam, 398
  • Protective Value of Some Electro-Deposi¬ted Coatings, by L. Davies and L. Wright, 389*. See 398. See Letter, 454
  • Zinc-Base Die-Casting Alloys, by R. Lan¬caster and J. G. Berry, 429*. See 399. See Letter, 517
  • Atmospheric Action in Relation to Fatigue in Lead, bj' Prof. B. P. Haigh and B. Jones, 423*. See 399
  • Metallic Magnesium, bv W. R. D. Jones, 394. See 400
  • Metals, Non-Ferrous, British Research Asso¬ciation, Investigation of Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 30 ; Researches on Cast Copper and Bronze, 358*, 384, 457*, 522*
  • Physical Properties of, Textbook (Review), 275
  • Price Diagrams, 25*, 56*. 180*, 326*, 454* 568*, 744*
  • Researches on, Importance of Technique, 640
  • Structure of. See Metallography; Microphotographs
  • Welding. See Welding
  • See also Metallography; Metallurgy;
  • Microphotographs
  • Metallography of Ancient Egyptian Imple¬ments, 641
  • See also Metals; Metallurgy; Micro¬photographs
  • Metallurgical Analysis, Select Methods (Review),

Metallurgy:

  • Alloys, Aluminium Brasses, Properties of 398,554*
  • for Naval Engineering, 475
  • Cast, Effect of Gases on Macrostruc¬ture, 357*, 384
  • Composition of Eutectics, 383
  • Copper, Age-Hardening of, 524
  • Properties of, 30
  • See also Brass; Bronze; Ounmelal, &c.
  • Iron-Carbon, Carburising and Graphi¬tising Reactions in, 642
  • Nickel-Chromium, Properties of, 641, 780*. 811*
  • Lead, Fatigue Investigations, 399, 423
  • Magnetic and Electrical, 219. See 567*
  • Alloys, Nickel-Chromium, Properties of, 641,780*, 811*
  • Iron, Magnetic Properties, 567*. Mi See 219
  • Non-Ferrous, for Naval Engineering, 473*, 486
  • Silicon-Iron, Constitution of, 642, 653*
  • White Metals, Anti-Friction, 378
  • Metal Bearings, Value of, 23*
  • Zinc-Base Die-Casting, Properties of, 399 429*. See Letter, 517
  • Bessemer Steel, the Case for, 413. See Letter, 517
  • 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
  • Cracking, Season, and Initial Stresses in Hard-Drawn Tubes, 65*
  • Foundry. See Foundry
  • Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces
  • Metallurgical. See Furnaces
  • Hardening Theory, History of, 450
  • Heat Treatment of Alloy Steels, 141. See 422
  • Annealing Furnace, 60-k.w. Electric (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 220*
  • Griinewald Bright-Annealing Process, 220, 442*
  • Hardening Tests, Steels Containing Chromium, 643, 680
  • Normalising and Box-Annealing of Steel Sheets, 583*, 610
  • Iron Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast — Ore. See Ore
  • Magnesium, Metallic, Properties of, 394
  • Metals, Early Use of, 352
  • Electron Theory of, 595
  • Non-Ferrous, British Exports, 777
  • Ferrous, British Research Associa¬tion, Investigation of Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 30; Re¬searches on Cast Copper and Bronze, 358*, 384, 457*, 522*
  • Physical Properties of, Textbook (Review), 276
  • Researches on, Importance of Tech¬nique, 640
  • Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • Metallurgical Analysis, Select Methods of (Review), 162
  • Practice, Outline of (Review), 806
  • Metallurgy of Cast Iron (Review), 453
  • Principles of (Review), 561
  • Nickel-Iron and Steel, Extended Use of, 750
  • Oxidation Tests on Alloy Steels, 6s2
  • Pulverised Coal, Use in Metallurgy. See
  • Pulverised Coal Pyrometers. See Pyrometers
  • Refractories. See Refractory Materials; Firebricks
  • Rolling Mills. See Bolling Mills Season-Cracking and Initial Stresses in
  • Hard-Drawn Tubes, 65*
  • Steel, Bessemer, the Case for, 413. See Letter, 517
  • for Boiler Tubes, 473, 486
  • Chromium-Copper, Structural, Pro¬perties of, 642, 687*
  • Manganese, Properties of, 749
  • Containing Chromium, Properties of, 643, 680*
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • High-Tensile, for St. Paul’s Cathedral Restoration, 823
  • for Naval Engineering, 473, 486
  • for Rotors, Properties of, 421. See 141
  • Specifications and Physical Properties, 749
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Zinc-Base Die-Casting Alloys, Properties
  • of, 399, 429*. See Letter, 517
  • Doler, Properties of, 122
  • Diffusion in Copper, 398 See also Iron and Steel Institute ; Metals,
  • Institute of; Metallography; Micro¬photographs; Foundry; and Para¬graph Index
  • eor, Siberian, Seismic and Aerial Waves Produced by, 669
  • Meteorological Society, Royal:
  • Symons Medal, Award to Dr. G. C. Simpson, 148
  • Weather Cycles and Weather Recur¬rences, by Sir R. Gregory, 148.
  • Electric Field of Overhead Thunderclouds, by Dr. S. K. Bauerji, 669
  • Great Siberian Meteor and the Waves, Seismic and Aerial, it Produced, by F. J. W. Whipple, 669
  • Meteorology, United States Rainfall and Hydro- Electric Power, 124
  • Weather Cycles and Weather Recurrences 14 S
  • Metric Units, Combined, Conversion into British Units, 20
  • Metrology, Gauges and Fine Measurements (Review), (-06
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., High-Voltage Research Laboratory, 312* ; 60,000 kv.-a. Transformers, Central Scot¬land Electricity Scheme, 600* ; Switch- gear, Central Scotland Scheme, 601*
  • Water Board, Pumping Installations of, 809*, 839* See also London
  • Mlchell Journal Bearings, Application of, 23*
  • Thrust Bearings, Turbine-Driven Bore-Hole Pump, 714*
  • Michigan, University of, Investigation of Bearing Capacity of Clays, 639
  • Microphotographs, Bronze Casting, 359*
  • Copper Ingots, 460*
  • Instrument Pivots, 86*
  • Oxidised Nickel Steel, 266*
  • Silicon-Iron Alloys, 654*
  • Zinc-Base Die-Casting Alloys, 399, 429*.
  • See Letter, 517
  • Microphotography, Demonstrations at Chelsea M Polytechnic, 487
  • Microphotometer, Recording (Cambridge In¬strument Co., Ltd.), 043
  • Microscope, Metallurgical (R. & J. Beck, Ltd.), 130
  • Microstructure of Grey Cast Irons, 643
  • of Metals. See also Metallography; Micro¬photographs
  • Middlesbrough and Stockton, Imports of Iron and Steel, 478
  • Midgley and Boyd Bouncing-Pin Apparatus, Detonation in Petrol Engines, 44
  • Midland Coke Research Committee, Coke-Shatter Test Apparatus, 746
  • Midland Saw & Tool Co., Ltd., Universal Woodworker, 295
  • Midsaw Universal Woodworker, 295
  • Miller, L. H.,on Steel House Construction, 749
  • Milligan, L. H.,on Strength of Glass Containing Cracks, 196
  • Milling Machines and Cutters. See Machine Tools
  • Mills, Flax-Spinning, York Street, Belfast, Electrification of, 795
  • Grinding, Efficiency of, Report, 24
  • Pulverised-Coal, Howden-Buell, S.S. “ Horo¬rata ’’ 343-
  • for Pulverised-Fuel Plant, 826*
  • Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • Milwaukee Power Station, Operating Results, 746*
  • Minerals in Central Australia, 479
  • Applied Geophysics in Search for (Review), 39
  • Oils. See Oils
  • Production in New South Wales, 479
  • Resources of Yunnan, China, 32
  • World Consumption of, 836
  • See also Coal; Mining; Ores; and Paragraph Index
  • Mines, Coal. See Collieries
  • Cable-Connecting Box for (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 223*
  • Canadian Department of, Investigations of Fuels and Fuel Testing, 234
  • Safety in, Research Board, Report on Relative Inflammability of Coal Dusts, 536
  • Signalling from Cages in, 54
  • United States Bureau of. See United States
  • Use of Trolley Wires in, Regulations, 380
  • Ventilation Problems in, 295, 536
  • See also Coal; Collieries ; Mining; Ore,
  • and Paragraph Index Mining, Disrupted Strata (Review), 817
  • Machinery, Explosion-Proof Electrical, Abnormal Pressures in, 477 — See also Paragraph Index
  • Ministry of Transport. See Transport Mint, Japanese Imperial, Osaka, 19
  • Mitre Gates, Welland Ship Canal Locks, 157*, 336*, 400*
  • Mitsubishi Shipbuilding & Engineering Co., Nagasaki, 20
  • Mitsuda, R., on the Mercury Inverter and High-Voltage Mercury Arrester, 92; on Interference of Power Lines on Aerial Communication Lines and Radio Recep¬tion, 93
  • Mixing Machines, Concrete. See Concrete
  • Vat Porcelain Insulator Manufacture, 633
  • M.-L. Magneto Syndicate, Ltd., Rotary Trans¬former for Wireless Receivers, 130 Mocassin Creek Power House and Reservoir,
  • Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Fran¬cisco, 125*
  • Model Beams, Nitro-Cellulose, Experiments on, 516
  • Experiments. See Aeronautics; Ship Resistance
  • Load, Three-Dimensional, and Current Tariffs, 835
  • Plaster, for Stress Determination in Curved Beams, 231
  • for Stress Determination. See Optical
  • Thermodynamic, Surface of Nitrogen, 130
  • Modugno, Col. F., on the Discharge of Com¬pressed Gases, 615
  • Moir, Sir E. W., on Engineering Difficulties, 238
  • Molybdenum, Effect on Nickel-Chromium Alloys, 812*
  • Monel Weir, Ltd., Exhibits at British Indus¬tries Fair, 225
  • Monkswell, Lord, on 4-8-2 Type Express Loco¬motive, Est Railway, 334*
  • Monoliths, Concrete, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 242*
  • Wall, Timber Shuttering for, Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal, 68*
  • Monoplane. See Aeronautics
  • Monotron Hardness Indicator, 129, 252*
  • Mont Cenis Colliery, Linde Plant for Coke-Oven Gas Decomposition, 163*
  • Montreal, St. Hubert Airport, 842*
  • Mooring Posts, Welland Ship Canal, 242*
  • Strain Indicator for Airships (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 584*. See 273*
  • Tower, Airship, Cardington, 271*. See 584*
  • Airship, St. Hubert, Montreal, 842
  • Morgan, E., on Effect of Melting Conditions on Grey Cast Irons, 643
  • Mori, 0., on Japan’s Water Power, 92
  • Mori, H., on Electric Power in Japan, 92
  • Morita, K., on the Fusenko Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 92
  • Morris, H., Ltd., Petrol-Electric Runabout Crane, 208*
  • Morris, John, Memorial Prize, Salford Royal Technical College, 170
  • Mort, E. R., on Tin and Sheet-Mill Rolls, 615*. See 611
  • Mortar, Cement, Tensile Tests of, 67*
  • Protection against Frost by Salts, 237
  • Moseley’s Work on Ray Analysis, 372*
  • Moser, J., on Development of the Francis Turbine, 267
  • Moss Gear Co., Ltd., Planetary Reduction Gear, 13*
  • Motor Cars, Air Resistance of, 802
  • Carbon Monoxide from, Risks of, 295

Motor Car Details:

  • Back Axles, Electrical Dynamometers for Testing, 438*. See 226
  • Engines. See Engines, Petrol, Motor Car Gear Box, 7-ton Diesel-Engined Lorry,
  • 169*
  • Gear Boxes, Electrical Dynamometers for Testing, 438*. See 226
  • Rear Axle, 7-ton Diesel-Engined Lorry, 169*
  • Spring Shackles, Silentbloc Flexible Bear¬ing for (T. B. Andre A Co., Ltd.), 522*
  • Engineers. See Automobile Engineers
  • Engines. See Engines, Petrol
  • Fuels. See Motor Fuels
  • Gear Boxes. See Motor-Car Details
  • Manufacturers and Motor Taxation, 303*, 366
  • Parking Machine (Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.), 814*
  • See also Motor Cycle ; and Paragraph Index
  • Carriages, Railway. See Carriages
  • Cycle Industry, Position and Prospects, 114
  • Electric, Hicycle, for Rotary Scaling Tools (Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.), 63*. See Erratum, 79
  • Development in United States, 55
  • Explosion-Proof, Abnormal Pressures in, 477
  • Flange-Type, for Machine Tools (British Thomson-Houston Co, .Ltd.), 221*
  • Gate-Operating, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 594*
  • for Industrial Ihirposes, 833
  • for Locomotives, 722
  • 900-h.p., Medemblik Pumping Station, 656*. See Letter, 743
  • 4,600-h.p., for Reversing Rolling Mill, 104*
  • for Ships’ Windlasses, 483
  • Single-Phase (Howell Electric Motors Co.), 248*. See Erratum, 567
  • 150-h.p., Squirrel-Cage. 797*
  • Three-Phase, Air-Break Starter for, 32*. See Erratum, 46
  • Three-Phase. Automatic Starter for (British Sousedik Electric Motors, Ltd.), 106*
  • Fuels, Variable-Compression Research Set for, 44*
  • Generator, 30-h.p., Electroplating Set (Electrical Power Engineering Co. (Birm¬ingham), Ltd.), 224*
  • Industry, Position and Prospects, 82, 114
  • Internal-Combustion. See Aeronautics;
  • Engines ; Motor Cars ; Tractors
  • Lorry, 7-ton, with 70-h.p. Diesel Engine (Kerr, Stuart A Co., Ltd.), 169*
  • High-Lift Tipping Gear for (Bromilow A Edwards, Ltd.), 618*
  • Wheels, Impact Reactions of, 69, 95 See also Motor Wagons
  • Marine. See Engines ;
  • Marine Propulsion; Motor Ships
  • Omnibuses and Railless-Electric Vehicles,
  • Relative Advantages, 228
  • Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • Petrol. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Cars ; Tractors
  • Roller, Manumit, Power Unit for, 216*
  • Spirit. See Motor Fuel
  • Taxation, British, Influence on Petrol Engine
  • Design, 303*, 366. See Letters, 776, 808
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Traffic, England and Wales, 1928, Statistics, 414
  • Transport in Germany, 709
  • and Railway Competition, 708
  • in United States, 708
  • Tug ’’ Irande,” for the Thames, 106*
  • Thames, Haarlem Shipbuilding Co., 178
  • Vehicles, Imports and Exports, 82, 777 at Leipzig Fair, 340
  • Springs, Laboratory and Road Tests, 26*
  • and Tractors (Review), 162
  • Wagon, Sentinel, with Paris Concrete Mixer, 631*
  • See also Motor Lorries ; Tractors
  • Motorenfabrik Deutz A.-G., High-Speed Air¬less-Injection Oil Engines, 409*
  • Motorship “ Akagisan Maru,” Performance of, 186
  • “ Britannic,” White Star Line, 836*
  • " Brunswick,” Diesel-Electric Drive, Per¬formances, 513, 519*
  • under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 88, 513
  • ” Dunbar Castle.” 697*
  • " Grainmotor,” Machinery of, 124
  • Launched, Annual Statistics, 166
  • “ Llangibby Castle,” Gravity Davit and Winch, 668*
  • " Maron,” 2,750-h.p. Diesel Engine with Biichi Supercharger for, Trials of, 280*. See Letters, 323, 418
  • and Oil-Burning Steamers, Comparisons, 186. See 263
  • Power Supply on, 835
  • and Steamers, Operating Costs of Engine Departments in, 263. See 186
  • Vibration in, Causes and Prevention, 529, 551*
  • See also Marine Propulsion
  • Mould Dressings, Effect on Cast Alloys, 357*, 384
  • Mowing Machine, 5-h.p. Motor-Driven (Doll£), 431
  • Multiport Back-Pressure Steam Valve (Coch¬rane Corporation), 120
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Doilers Municipal Electric Power Supply, 698
  • Electrical Association, Incorporated, East¬bourne Meeting, Programme, 672 ; Presi¬dential Address on Electricity Supply, by J. K. Brydges, 698; Obligations of Electricity Committees to Municipal Electricity Undertakings, by R. S. Chat¬field, 698; Pulverised Fuel as Affecting Economic Boiler House Operation, by G. H. Lake, 740; Electric Heating of Buildings, by J. W. Burr, 741
  • Electricity Undertakings and Electricity Committees, 698

Murgatroyd, J. B., on Annealing Schedules for Commercial Glassware, 195

  • Murray Fin Tubes in " Wood ” Steam Gene¬rator, 143, 149*
  • Murray, M., Memorial to, 578
  • Museum, Engineering, Proposed, at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 261

N.

  • NAG HAMADI Barrage, River Nile, Construc¬tion, Cableways, 252.
  • NSgel, Dr. A., on the Diesel Motor in Germany, 185
  • Nalto, A., on Soft Coal as Domestic Fuel in Japan, 184
  • Nalder Brothers & Thompson, Ltd., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibi¬tion, 129
  • Nanjo, K., on Transportation and Distribution of Coal in Japan, 183
  • Nash, Prof. A. W., on Synthetic Fuels and Lubricating Oils, 184
  • Nash Safe-Load Indicators, Ltd., Safe-Load In¬dicator for Cranes, 807*
  • National Electricity Supply, 481
  • National Gas Engine Co., Ltd., Exhibits at
  • British Industries Fair, 206
  • Physical Laboratory, Experiments on Lami¬nated Springs, 26* ; Froude Experimental Tank, Research-Fund Appeal, 323 ; In¬vestigation of the Effects of Phosphorus on Copper, 522*. See 385 & Erratum, 436 ; Alloys of Iron Research, 642, 653* ; In¬vestigation of Nickel-Chromium and Com¬plex Iron-Nickel-Chromium Alloys, 641 r 780*, 811* ; Exhibits at Royal Society Conversazione, 675; Variable-Density Wind Tunnel, 808* ; Report of Executive Committee, 814
  • Safety Week, 513
  • Union of Students, Appeal for Funds, 411
  • Natural Gas, Re-Forming in Water-Gas Gene¬rators, 679.
  • Naval Architects, Co-Operation with Marine Engineers, 482
  • Naval Architects, Institution of:
  • Spring Meeting, London :
  • Programme, 419
  • Report of Council, 484
  • Election of Officers, 484
  • Annual Dinner, 486
  • Reports of Discussions, 485, 513, 529
  • Presidential Address by Lord Wester Wemyss, 484
  • Safety of Life at Sea (1929 Conference), by Sir W. S. Abell and A. J. Daniel, 489*. See 485
  • Materials Used for Naval Engineering Pur¬poses, by Engr.-Capt. J. H. Harrison, 473*. See 486
  • Recent Results Obtained in Service with the High-Pressure Steam Installation of the Holland-America Liner “ Sta¬tendam,” by Dr. W. M. Meijer, 491*. See 513
  • Performance of Two Vessels with Electric Transmission Gear, by W. J. Belsey, 519*. See 513
  • Final State of a Gas Discharged from a Reservoir into a Space under Constant Pressure, by Col. F. Modugno, 515
  • Behaviour of Two Passenger Vessels during a Voyage to and from Aus¬tralia, by Dr. B. C. Laws, 515. See Letter 572
  • Stability of a Vessel with a List, by F. H. Alexander, 515
  • Stress Distributions in Notched Beams, and their Application, by Prof. E. G. Coker and G. P. Coleman, 516
  • Causes and Prevention of Vibration in Motorships, by R. Sulzer, 551*. See 629
  • Vibration of Ships, by Dr. J. L. Taylor, 529
  • Sea Trials of Flotilla Leaders, by Lieut.-Col. F. Dondona, 530. See 563.
  • Experiments on the Resistance and Form of Towed Barges, by G. S. Baker and E. M. Keary, 631
  • Ship Wave Resistance: Some Further Comparisons of Mathematical Theory and Experimental Result, by W. C. Wigley 532
  • Naval Architects and Marine Engineers,
  • American, Society of, Work of Great Lakes Shipyards in the World War, by H. Penton, 262; Great Lakes Bulk-Freighters, by W. Bennett, 262 ; Colliers " Berwind¬
  • glen,” and ” Berwiudyale," by J. E. Burk¬hardt, 262; Economy in Marine Steam Machinery, by J. H. King, 262; Modern Marine Propulsion, by W. E. Thau, 263 ; Operating Costs of Engine Departments of U.S. Sliipping Board, Diesel and Steam
  • Cargo Vessels, by Capt. R. D. Gatewood, 263; Safety of Life at Sea, by Rear- Admiral G. H. Rock and Rear-Admiral J. G. Tawresey, 263; Corrosion-Resisting Steel and Its Application to Ships, by Connlr. H. E. Saunders, 263; Trial Trip Data of U.S.S. “ Saratoga," by Lieut.- Comdr. J. T. Alexander, 263 ; Model and Full-Size Tests of a Single-Screw Merchant Vessel, R. R. Adams, 263
  • Architecture, Scarcity of Students in, 482
  • Stability of Listed Vessels, 515
  • See also Warships
  • Construction, Director of, History of Office, 83
  • Sec also Warships
  • Constructors, Royal Corps of, Annual Dinner, 199
  • Engineering History, Ciiaptcrs in, 333, 498 J 690
  • Materials Used in, 473*, 486
  • Progress in, 49
  • Limitations, Treaty of, 575
  • Powers, Cruiser and Destroyer Strength, 111
  • Naval and Shipping Annual, Brassey’s (Review), 500
  • Warfare. See Warships
  • See also Warships
  • Navigation, Direction-Finding, Investigations by Radio Research Board, 407
  • Echo-Sounding Equipment, 129
  • Steam, Early History of, 333, 498, 090
  • Thomas Gray Prizes in, 454
  • Navy, British. See 77.M. under Warships
  • German, Battleship" Ersatz Preussen,”175*
  • Italian, Trials of Flotilla Leaders, 530, 508
  • United States. See United States under Warships
  • See also Naval; Warships; and Para¬graph Index
  • Naxos-Union, Internal-Grinding Machine, 342
  • Needle Valves, Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, 370*
  • Neemes Foundry, Inc., Boiler Furnace Dump¬ing Grate, 122
  • Negretti & Zambra, Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 130.
  • Neu, L., on Refrigerating Plant for Turbo- Generators, 268 ; on Utilisation of Wind Power, 268
  • Neutralisers, Sulphate, Becker Coke-Oven Plant, Shellleld, 699*
  • New Brunswick, Saint John Harbour Exten¬sion, 720
  • South Wales Irrigation Scheme, 251
  • Wales, Mineral Production in, 479
  • Wales, Walsh Island Dockyard, Floating Dock for, 283*. See Addendum, 410
  • Year’s Honours List, 18
  • York Building Congress, Work of, 706
  • East River Power Station, Water-Tube Boiler, Record Performance, 137
  • Financing of Bridge Construction in, 113
  • Jubilee Meeting, American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 545
  • Power and Mechanical Engineering Exhibition, 55, 74*, 120*, 247.* See Erratum, 567
  • Zealand, Arapuni Hydro-Electric Scheme, Hydraulic Jet Dispersers, 137*
  • Imports and Exports, 57
  • Lyttelton Harbour, Development of, 332
  • New Zealand Shipping Co., Ltd., S.S. " Hororata,” Pulverised-Fuel Installation, 343*
  • Wellington Harbour, 779
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne Electric Supply Co., Ltd., Dunston Power Station, Low Temperature Distillation Experiments, 184
  • North-East Coast Exhibition, Disposal of Buildings, 201
  • Proposed Engineering Museum at, 261
  • Newcomen Society, Pioneer Ships of the Atlan¬tic Ferry, by Engr.-Capt. E. C. Smith, 298
  • Newton, Chambers & Co., Ltd., Steelwork, Becker Coke-Oven Plant, Sheffield, 699*
  • Nickel-Chromium Alloys, Properties of, 641, 780*, 811*
  • Steels, Properties of, 643, 680*
  • Electro-Deposited, Protective Value of, 389 398
  • Electroplating, Stopping-Off Materials for, 536
  • Iron Alloys, Magnetic Properties of, 567
  • and Steel, Extended Use of, 750
  • “ Nicoloso da Recco,” Italian Flotilla Leader, 568. See 530
  • Nigeria Public Works Department, Report, 114
  • Nigerian Electricity Supply Corporation, Ltd., Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 24
  • Nile, River, Assouan Dam, Heightening of, 101*; Sluice Discharge, 23
  • Nag Hainadi Barrage, Construction, Cableways. 252
  • Nishitama Works, Asano Portland Cement Co., 18
  • Nithsdale, W., on a High-Pressure Boiler In¬stallation, 406,* See 416. See Letters, 487, 517, 571. See Erratum, 509
  • Nitrogen, Effect on Copper and Bronze, 358*, 384. See 457*
  • Model of Thermodynamic Surface, 130
  • and Oxygen from Air, Linde Process, 163*
  • Production from Coke-Oven Gas, Mont Cenis Colliery, 163*
  • Noetzli, Dr. F. A., on the Coolidge Multiple- Dome Dam, 193,* 276,* 368* ; on Lami¬nated Arch Dams with Forked Abutments, 578
  • Nomograph for Surveyors (Cooke, Troughton & Simms, Ltd.), 315
  • Non-Conducting Coverings. See Heat Insu¬lation Ferrous Metals. See Metals; Metallurgy Norbury, Dr. A. L., on Effect of Melting Con¬ditions on Grey Cast Irons, 643
  • Norris, Henty and Gardners, Ltd., Oil-Driven Generator and Air-Compressor Set, 204*
  • North-East Coast Exhibition, Newcastle-upon- Tyne, Disposal of Buildings, 201
  • Coast Institution of Engineers and Ship¬builders, Powdered Coal for Ship Pro¬pulsion, by Engineer Rear-Admiral W. S. Hill, 287 ; Report on Engineering Train¬ing for Officers’ Rank, 4S8 ; Ships’ Electric Deck Auxiliaries, by A. Read, 483
  • England Electricity Scheme, Govern¬ment Assistance for Frequency Stan¬dardisation, 143
  • North-Eastern Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., 2,750-h.p. Marine Diesel Engine with Biichi Supercharger, Trials, 2S0*. See Letters, 323, 418
  • Mimras Pumping Stations, Turbine-Driven Pumping Plant, 751*
  • Notes from, 15, 47, 79, 108,139, 170, 201,
  • 254, 285, 316, 346, 378, 410, 445, 479, 609, 540, 573, 605, 637, 671, 703. 735, 766, 799, 829. See Paragraph Index
  • Sea Canal, Ymuiden Entrance Lock, 3*, 67*
  • Shields, Tyne Commission Quay, 332
  • Western Railway, India, Reconstruction of Attock Bridge, 503
  • Northern Chromium Co., Ltd., Electrical Thermal Storage Plant, 94*
  • Coke Research Committee, Annual Report, 590

Notched-Bar Tests. See Tests (Materials) Beams, Stress Distribution in, 516

  • Notes on New’ Books. See Books and Litera¬ture Index
  • See Cleveland; North; South-West; South Yorkshire; Labour; See also PARAGRAPH Index
  • Nova Scotia. Hydro-Electric Power Develop¬ments, 62
  • Nozzles, Flow from, and Coefficients of Dis¬charge, 803
  • Steam Turbine, Report on Research, 291* 296*, 301*. See 319, 329

O

Obituary:

  • Oerlikou Co., Optical Examining Apparatus for Rotors, 423*
  • Oertling, L., Ltd., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 129
  • Oester Dam, Ruhr River, Duisburg, Uplift Dia¬gram, 182*
  • Officers’ Rank, Engineering Training for, Report, 448
  • Ofverholin, I., on Electrification of Swedish State Railways, 117
  • Ogura, K., on Municipal Electric and Gas Enterprise in Japan, 92
  • Ohio Fuel Co., Experiments on Re-Forming Natural Gas, 679
  • Ohio Insulator Co., Equipment for Artificial Lightning Tests, 455*
  • Oil Consumption for Power Purposes in Japan, 184
  • Electric Heat-Storage System (Browns Dryers, Ltd.), 493
  • Engines. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars; Tractors
  • Fuel Heating for Tin and Sheet-Mill Rolls, 611, 615*
  • Industry, Californian, Fatalities in, 324
  • Lubricating, Synthetic Production of, 184
  • Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars; Tractors
  • Separator, Marine Type, De Laval, 199*
  • Switches. See Switchgear.
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Well Deviation, Prevention and Correction, 699
  • See also Lubrication; Petroleum
  • Olberg, Major C. R., Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, 193*, 276*, 368*
  • Oleo-Pneuinatic Shock Absorber for Aeroplanes (Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co., Ltd.), 647*
  • Olympia, Empire Hall, 166 See also Exhibition
  • Omnibus, Motor. See Motor Omnibus
  • Onnes, K., Work of, 640
  • Ontario, Sault Ste. Marie, Electro-Metallur¬gical Plant at, 256
  • Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Testing Department, 669
  • Electric Power Developments, 62
  • Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace
  • Operating Machines, Gate and Sluice, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 402*, 594*, 663*, 728*
  • Optical Apparatus, Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 52*, 86*, 128*, 323, 343
  • for Talking-Film Production, 823
  • Determination, Stresses in Notched Beams, 516
  • Examining Apparatus for Rotors, 423*
  • Measuring Machine (C. Zeiss), 236*. See 285
  • Pyrometers. See Pyrometers
  • Society, Exhibition of Apparatus, 52*, 86*, 128*, 323, 343
  • Optics, English Instrument Makers of the Eighteenth Century, 772
  • Photo-Electric Rcfractometer (Bollingham & Stanley, Ltd.), 128
  • Spcctrographic Apparatus (A. Hilger, Ltd.), 52
  • Ordnance Factories, Woolwich, Production and Distribution of Steam in, 585*, 579, 61S*, 650*
  • Ore Concentration, Centrifugal, Experiments on, 775
  • Dressing of (Review), 192
  • and Gases, Interaction in Blast Furnaces, 609, 647*
  • Orenstein und Koppel A.-G., Oil-Driven Loco¬motive, 376*
  • Organic Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Orrok, G. A., on Economics of Water versus Steam Power, 122 ; on Higli Pressures and Temperatures in Power Generation, 299

Osaka, Japanese Imperial Mint, 19

  • O'Shaughnessy, M. M., Ilctch lletchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 125*
  • Otsuka, E., on Japanese Funicular Railways, 117
  • Otway, Lieut. R., Writings on Steam Naviga¬tion, 499
  • Ovens, Bakers', Steam-Heated, Explosions of, 453, 493
  • Coke. See Coke Ovens Overhead Cranes. See Cranes
  • Lines, Power Transmission, Central Scot¬land Electricity Scheme, 003*
  • Power Transmission, Effect of Lightning, 93
  • Power Transmission, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 127*
  • Power Transmission, Inductive Inter¬ference from, 93, 351
  • Power Transmission, Testing Equipment for Towers, 88
  • Overseas Trade Department, Report, Economic and Trade Conditions in Australia, 228 ; Report, Economic Conditions in China, 288; Report, Economic Conditions in Argentine Republic, 447. See Letter, 517 ; Report, Economic Conditions in East Africa, 512 ; Report, Economic Con¬ditions in Austria, 074 ; Report, Economic Conditions in Poland, 770
  • Oxidation Tests on Alloy Steels, 682
  • Oxy-Acetylene Welding. See Welding
  • Oxygen, Atomic Weight of, 437
  • Effect on Copper and Bronze, 358*, 384, 457*
  • and Nitrogen from Air, Linde Process, 163*,,
  • Use for Divers, 259

P.

  • PADIHAM Power Station, Data and Operat¬ing Results, 299, 746*
  • Page, A. R., on Steels Containing Chromium, 680*. See 643
  • Page, Sir A., Central Scotland Electricity Scheme, 599*
  • Paint Protection against Corrosion, Experi¬ments on, 545
  • Vandyke Brown, Standard Specification, 509
  • Palestine, Harbour Construction at Haifa, 638
  • Palmer, Sir F., Tilbury Passenger-Landing Stage, 678*
  • Palmers Shipbuilding & Iron Co., Ltd., H.M. Destroyer “ Boreas,” Launch, 798
  • Panama Canal, Annual Report, 230
  • Paper Manufacture in Tasmania, 479
  • Paradox, Hydraulic, Mean Speed of a Jet, 803
  • Paraffin Engines. See Engines, Oil Tractors. See Tractors
  • Paris Agricultural Machinery Exhibition, 431
  • Lyons & Mediterranean Railway, 5,400-h.p. Electric Locomotive, Tests, 793
  • Orleans Railway, Concrete Sleepers on. 660
  • Transit Concrete Mixer (British Steel Piling Co., Ltd.), 631*
  • Parker, F., Ltd., Concrete Mixers, 226
  • Parking Machine, Motor-Car (Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.), 814*
  • Parinoor, Lord, on Research in Building, 707
  • Parsons, 0. A., & Co., Ltd., 15,000-kw. Steam Turbines, Lots Road Power Station, 443
  • Parsons, H. de B., on Hydrostatic Uplift under Masonry Dams, 181*, 235*
  • Turbine. See Turbines, Steam; Marine Propulsion
  • Partridge, Dr. J. H., on Glass-House Refrac¬tories, 525 ; on Steels Containing Chromium, 680*. See 643
  • Patent Record, 64*, 240*, 302*, 430*. 464*, 526*, 558*. See Patent Record Index
  • Patentees, Institute of. Scholarship in Science, Engineering and. Metallurgy, 387
  • Pavilion, Aluminium', Liege Exhibition, 829
  • Pawlowski, F. W., on Wind Resistance of Motor Cars, 802
  • Payment of Labour. See Labour
  • Peace River and Vancouver Railway, Proposed, 255
  • Pearson & Knowles Coal and Iron Co., Ltd., Replacement of Railway Bridge, Liverpool, 696*
  • Penetration Railways, 662
  • Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co., Turbo-Electric Liners, 139 ; S.S. “ Viceroy of India,” Performances, 513, 519*
  • Pennsylvania Railroad and Road Competition, 708
  • Penny, L., the Late, 24
  • ” Pensilva,” S.S., Explosion of Stop Valve, 493
  • Pension Scheme, Lancasldre Electric Power Co., Ltd., 487
  • Penton, H., on War Work of Great Lakes Shipyards, 262
  • Percha Dam, Rio Grande, New Mexico, Uplift Diagram, 235*
  • Percy. Lord E., on Education and Training in Building Trade, 707
  • Permalloy 0., Magnetic Properties of, 567
  • Perinan <fc Co., Ltd., British Kromhout Semi-Diesel Engines for Motor Tugs, 178
  • Permanent-Way Equipment of Light Rail¬ways. 786
  • Tools, Improvements in, 787
  • Perth, Western Australia, Water Supply of. 484
  • Petrie, Dr. P. T., the Late, 697
  • Petrol, Gas-Enriching, 148
  • Motors. See Aeronautics; Engines, Petrol; Motor Cars ; Tractors
  • Tractors. See Tractors
  • Petroleum Industry, Californian, Fatalities in, 324
  • Resources of Japan, 184
  • Technologists, Institution of, Oil-Well Devia¬tion, by D. P. Rees, 699
  • See also Oil ; Paraffin ; Engines, Oil Petters, Ltd.. 195-h.p., Three-Cylinder Two-
  • Stroke Oil Engine, 205*; Compression Cylinder Ring for Two-Stroke Engines, 205* ; Controller and Starter for Lighting Sets, 205
  • Phillips Petroleum Co., Gas-Enriching Petrol, 148
  • Phillips, Prof. A., on X-Ray Studies of Cupped Copper, 61*
  • Philo Power Station. Data and Operating Results, 299, 746*
  • Phosphorus, Effect on Copper, 385, 522*. See Erratum, 436
  • Photo-Elasticity. See Optical Determination of Stress
  • Photometer, Micro-, Recording (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 643
  • Photomicrographs. See Microphotographs
  • Physical Apparatus, Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 52*, 86*. 128*, 323, 343
  • Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Laboratory. See National Physical Research in Wireless, 805
  • Society, Exhibition of Apparatus, 52*, 86*, 128*, 323, 343
  • Space and Ether Problems, 805
  • Physics, Atomic Nuclei and their Structure, 371*. 397*, 437*. 470*
  • Critical Point of Water, 1*. See 88*
  • Electron Theory of Metals, 595
  • Institute of, Presidential Address, by Dr. W. H. Eccles, on Physical Research in Wireless, 805
  • Investigation of Isotopes, 461*
  • Mass Spectra, Aston’s Work on, 397*, 437*, 470*
  • Molecular Structure of Cellulose, 525*
  • Properties of Steam, American Researches on, 257
  • Ridge Formation in Sounding Tubes. 676
  • Spectrographic Analysis, Raies Ultimes Powders for, 52
  • Apparatus (A. Hilger, Ltd.). 52
  • Television, Present and Future. 343
  • Thermodvnamic Surface of Nitrogen, Model of, 130
  • Transmutation of Matter, 549*
  • See also Paragraph Index Physiological Aspects of Diving, 259
  • Problems in Mine Ventilation, 295
  • Piano Player, Portable, Wearham, 180
  • Pierheads, Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal, 6*, 67
  • Pig-Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Pile-Driving Plant, Adelaide Harbour (British Steel Piling Co.. Ltd.), 57
  • Foundations, Ferro-Concrete, Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal, 6
  • Piling, Steel Sheet, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 762* 821*
  • Pinhook Dam, Maguoketa River, Iowa, Uplift of, 235*
  • Pinions. See Gears ; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Pintles, Gate, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 338*
  • Pipe Bends, Hydraulic Losses in, 268
  • Stiffness of, 579
  • Joints, Flexible (Barco Manufacturing Co. 250
  • Lead, Creep Tests of, 328, 772*
  • Steam. See Steam Pipes
  • Welded Joints in, 362, 386 See also Tubes
  • Piston Speed, Motor-Car Engines, 366
  • Pit-Prop, Steel, Adjustable, Craggs-Plummer, 212*
  • Pittler Werkzeuginaschinenfabrik A.-G., Lathe with Horizontal Capstan, 375*; Air- Operated Chuck, 376*
  • Pivots, Instrument (Everett, Edgcumbe <fc Co., Ltd.), 86*
  • Planetary Reduction Gear (Moss Gear Co., Ltd.’), 13*
  • Planimeter (G. Kent, Ltd.), 52*
  • Planing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Planting Machine, Bajac, 431
  • Plaster Models, Stress Determination in Curved Beams, 231
  • Plate-Edge Planing Machine. See Planing Machine under Machine Tools
  • Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Steel, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Plating, Electro. See Electro
  • Plough, Motor. See Tractor
  • Ploughing Tackle at Paris Agricultural Machinery Exhibition, 431
  • Plugs and Sockets, Standard Specification, 752
  • Plummer BIocks, Roller-Bearing (Ransome and Maries Bearing Co., Ltd.), 462*
  • Pneulec, Ltd., High-Speed Swing-Frame Grinder, 224*
  • Pneumatic Tools. See Machine Tools
  • See also Compressed Air ; Air Compressor
  • Pohlig, J., A.-G., Aerial Coal Transporter with Travelling Tower, 629*
  • Poisson’s Ratio, Determination by Lateral Extensometers, 465*
  • Poland, Coal Wages in, 680
  • Economic Conditions in, 770
  • Polarised Light. See Optical Determination of Stress
  • Pollution, Atmospheric, Report on, 825
  • Polytechnic. See Education Pontoons, Towing Experiments with, 531
  • Poplar School of Engineering and Navigation, Lectures on High-Tension Electricity, 148
  • Porcelain Insulators, Manufacture of, 632*
  • Port of Amsterdam, Entrance Lock, North Sea Canal, 3*. 67*
  • of London. Tilbury Passenger-Landing Stage, 678*
  • of New York Authority and Bridge Con¬struction, 113
  • and Railways, Relations between, 658
  • of Rangoon, Annual Report, 231
  • Portable Engine. See Engine
  • Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Portishead Power Station, Circulating-Water Culverts, 433*
  • Portland Cement. See Cement
  • Portobello Power Station, Edinburgh, Exten¬sion, 715
  • Posts, Mooring, Welland Ship Canal, 242*
  • Post Office. Investigations on Interference
  • with Broadcast Reception from Tram¬ways, 250
  • Telephone Charges at Surbiton. 416
  • Potash Storage and Shipment Plant, Antwerp, 305*, 365*
  • Powdered Coal. See Pulverised. Coal Power Conference, World. See World Power
  • Conference
  • Electric, Balancing Supply and Demand, 93
  • Influence of Load Factor, 92, 122*
  • in United States, Statistics, 124
  • Generation, High Pressures and Tempera¬tures in, 299
  • and Mechanical Engineering Exhibition,
  • New York, 55, 74*, 120*, 247*. See Erratum, 567
  • Plant Engineering and Marine Propulsion, 156
  • Hydro-Electric, Arapuni, New Zealand.
  • Hydraulic Jet Dispersers for, 137*
  • Hydro-Electric, Canadian, Statistics, 536
  • Hydro-Electric, Churchill River, Canada, 442
  • Hydro-Electric, Chute il Caron, Quebec, Canada,323
  • Hydro-Electric, Cost of Energy per Kilo¬watt-Hour, 122*
  • Hydro-Electric, Development in British Columbia, 829
  • Hydro-Electric, Development in Canada, 62, 829
  • Hydro-Electric, Fusenko, Korea, 92
  • Hydro-Electric, Inawashiro and Kiso River, Japan, 19
  • Hydro-Electric, in Japan, 92
  • Hydro-Electric, Japanese, Reservoirs for, 267
  • Hydro-Electric, Mandi, North India, 815*
  • Hydro-Electric, Nigeria, 24
  • Hydro-Electric, Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Testing Department, 669
  • Hydro-Electric, Pumped-Storage, Rocky River, Connecticut, 35*, 97*
  • Hydro-Electric, Siickingen, Germany, 32,500 kv.-a. Alternator, 743*
  • Hydro-Electric, Shannon, 731*, 743, 771. See Erratum, 767
  • Hydro-Electric, Shinano-Gawa, Japan, 154
  • Hydro-Electric, St. Francis River, Que¬bec, 147
  • Hydro-Electric and Steam, Joint Opera¬tion in Japan, 154
  • Steam and Electric, Progress in United States, 55
  • Steam and Hydro-Electric, Joint Opera¬tion in Japan, 154
  • Steam, Royal Ordnance Factories, Wool¬wich, 585*, 579, 618*, 650*
  • Steam, Ruths Accumulators in, 155. See 764*
  • See also Power Stations ; Power, Water ; Substations Press. See Machine Tools
  • for Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion ; Ship Resistance
  • Stations, Canadian, Use of Diesel Engines in, 124
  • Dunston, Low-Temperature Distillation at, 184
  • East River, New York, Water-Tube Boiler, Record Performance, 137
  • Electric, Barton, Manchester, Operating Results, 597*, 684*, 718*, 739, 745*
  • Electric, Central Scotland Electricity Scheme, 599*
  • Electric, Charlottenburg, Ruths Accumu¬lators, 155, 764*
  • Electric, East England Electricity Scheme, 667*
  • Electric, Engine-Room Telegraph, 392*
  • Electric, Generation of Super-Pressure Steam, 58*
  • Electric, German, High-Pressure Steam in, 267
  • Electric, Holland, Practice in, 267
  • Electric, in Japan, 92
  • Electric, Kingston-on-Thames, Exten¬sion, 503
  • Electric, Kirkstall Road, Leeds, Engine-Rooin Telegraph, 392*
  • Electric, Lots Road, London, Recon¬struction of, 443*
  • Electric, Portishead, Circulating-Water Culverts, 433*
  • Electric, Portobello, Edinburgh, Exten¬sion, 715
  • Electric, Progress in United States, 55
  • Electric, Pulverised Fuel in, 740
  • Electric, South West England and South Wales Electricity Scheme, 119*
  • Electric, Southern Ireland Electricity Scheme, 731*, 743, 771. See Erratum,
  • Electric, Steam, Cost per Kilowatt, 122*
  • Electric, Sulphurous Fumes from, 741
  • Electric, Super-Pressure, Billingham, 350
  • Electric, in United States, 92, 299, 746*
  • Electric, United States, Thermal Effi¬ciency, 154
  • Electric, York Street Mills, Belfast, 795*
  • Mocassin Creek, Hetcli Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 125*
  • Steam, Castner-Kellner Alkali Co., Runcorn, 600-lb. Pressure Yarrow Boilers,
  • 406*. See 416. Sec Letters, 487, 517, 571. See Erratum, 509
  • Steam and Electric, Super-Pressure, Billingham, 350
  • Steam, Modern Boiler Problems, 673
  • See also Power Plants ; Substations Statistics, Utilisation of, 834
  • Steam, High Pressures and Temperatures, 299
  • Supply, Electric, in Agriculture, 804
  • Electric, in Belgium, 92
  • Electric, in Berlin, 704
  • Electric, Central Scotland Electricity Scheme, 599*
  • Electric, Charges for, 835
  • Electric, in Crafts and Industry, 833
  • Electric, in Different Countries, 834, 835
  • Electric, for Domestic Purposes, 804
  • Electric, East England Electricity Scheme, 667*
  • Electric, Economics of, 122*
  • Electric, in Edinburgh, 715
  • Power Supply. Electric, in Ireland, 731*. See Erratum, 767
  • Electric, in Japan, 91, 92
  • Electric, nnd Low-Temperature Car¬bonisation, 50
  • ElectrIc, Memoranda on Rural Electri¬fication, 548
  • Electric, Municipal, 698
  • Electric, Municipal Undertakings and Electricity Committees, 698
  • Electric, Need for Voltage Standardisa¬tion, 511
  • Electric, North-East England Scheme, Government Assistance for Frequency Standardisation, 143
  • Electric, in Rural Areas, Bedford Scheme 355*
  • Electric, Soutli West England and South Wales Electricity Scheme, 119*
  • Electric, in Spain, 318
  • Electric, in Sweden, 92
  • Electric, in United States, 92, 268
  • Electric, for Water Works Pumping Machinery, 809
  • of Russian Industries, 184
  • World Problems of, 834
  • Transmission, Electric, Oil-Driven Rail-Car, Italian State Railways, 7*. See 186*, 624
  • Electric, Swedish State Railways, 117
  • Overhead Lines, Effect of Lightning, 93
  • Overhead Lines, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 127*
  • Overhead Lines, Inductive Interference by, 93, 251
  • Overhead Lines, Southern Ireland Elec¬tricity Scheme, 731*, 743, 771. See Erra¬tum, 767
  • Overhead Lines, Testing Equipment for Towers, 88
  • on Vehicles and in Workshops, 835
  • See also Gearing ; Marine Propulsion Water, in Canada, 124, 536
  • Versus Steam Power, Economics of, 122
  • Utilisation of Low Heads, 263
  • and Water Rights, 805
  • See also Hydraulic; Power Plants, Hydro Electric; Turbines, Hydraulic
  • Wind, Utilisation of, 268
  • Preheaters, Air, Application of Regenerative Principle to, 155
  • Ljungstrom, Tests of, 155
  • Prentice, F., on a Waterless Gasholder, 742
  • “ President,” S.S., Atlantic Voyages of, 692
  • Presidential Address to Chamber of Shipping, by Sir A. M. Sutherland, on Position of Shipping Industry, 258
  • to Incorporated Municipal Electrical Association, by J. K. Brydges, on Electri¬city Supply, 698
  • to Institute of Metals, by Dr. R. Selig¬man, on the Work of the Institute, 352
  • to Institution of Gas Engineers, by C. S. Shapley, 742
  • to Institution of Naval Architects, by Lord Wemyss, 484
  • to Institute of Physics, by Dr. W. H. Eccles, on Physical Research in Wireless, 805
  • to Institution of Water Engineers, by H. E. Stilgoe, on Work of the Water Engi¬neer, 710
  • to Junior Institution of Engineers, by Sir E. W. Moir, on Engineering Difficulties, 238
  • Press, Filter, for Porcelain Insulator Manu¬facture, 633* See Machine Tools
  • Pressure-Regulating Apparatus, Automatic, (Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd.), 136*
  • Vessels, Unfired, Fusion Welds for, 349, 353, 362*, 382, 386*. 394*, 427*
  • Preston, Dr. F. W., Strcngtli of Thermally- Toughened Glass, 195
  • Prices of Metals. See Metal-Price
  • Diagrams Printing Machine, Box (Bohm und Kruse), 311
  • Prop, Pit, Steel, Adjustable, Craggs-Plummer, 212*
  • Propane for Carburation of Water Gas, 148
  • Propellers, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Efficiency, Italian Flotilla Leaders, 530, 568
  • Shaft Failures, Airship ” Graf Zeppelin,” 43
  • Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion ; Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers ; Ship Resistance
  • Prytherch, W. E., on Gases in Copper, 384
  • Public Gas Lighting, A Pioneer of, 740
  • Works and Building, International Congress, London. See Ruilding and Public Works
  • Department, Nigeria, Report, 114
  • Pulverised Coal and Its Applications, 184
  • Barton Power Station Extension, Operat¬ing Results, 597, 684, 718, 739, 746
  • and Boiler-House Operation, 740
  • Installations, S.S. “ Berwindglen " and “ Berwindyale,” 262
  • Fuel in Boilers and Metallurgical Fur¬naces, 185
  • Burner (Riley Stoker Corporation), 250*
  • Installation, S.S." Hororata,” 343*
  • and Mechanical Stoking, Relative Cost, 154
  • Plant, with Air Separation (British Rema Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 826*
  • Plant, “ Wood ” Steam Generator, 144, 149,* 177
  • Plant, York Street Mills, Belfast, 797*
  • Progress in United States, 55
  • for Ship Propulsion, 287
  • Pump, Bore-hole, Steam Turbine-Driven, Roestock Pumping Station, 710, 713*, 751
  • Casings, Concrete, Medemblik Pumping Station, 656*
  • Centrifugal, Double Suction, Leemans Pump¬ing Station, 761*
  • Medemblik Pumping Station, 655*. See Letter. 743
  • 8,100-h.p. Rocky River Pumped-Stor¬age Hydro-Electric Plant, 97*
  • Feed,'Rotary, Steam and Electrically-Driven. (G. A J. Weir, Ltd.), 683*
  • Fuel, Junkers Heavy-Oil Aero Engine, 472*
  • Gas-Displacement, for Drainage Work, 743
  • Pump, Gas-Displacement, Two-Stroke Cycle, Christie’s, 404*
  • Scavenging, Junkers Heavy-Oil Aero Engine, 472*
  • Vacuum, Gaede (W. Edwards A Co.), 130
  • Pumping, Bore-Hole, Application of Steam Turbines to, 713*, 751*. See 710
  • Machinery for Waterworks, Selection and Operation, 710, 809*. 839
  • Plant, Paris Agricultural Machinery Exhibi¬tion, 432
  • Set, Portable, Petrol-Driven (Heatly-Gresham Engineering Co., Ltd.), 208*
  • Station, St. Joseph’s Road, Guildford, Enlarging Borehole by Explosives, 298
  • Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 665 759*. See Letter, 743
  • Punjab Government, Mandi Hydro-Electric Scheme, 815*
  • Purification of Sewage. See Sewage of Water. See Water
  • Purves, Sir T. F., on Inductive Interference by Electric Power Lines, 351
  • Pyrene Company, Ltd., Opening of Brentford Works, 703
  • Pyrometer, Workshop, Pyroversum, 379
  • Pyromic Heat-Resisting Alloy (Gutta Percha Co., Ltd.), 219
  • Pyroversum Workshop Pyrometer, 379

Q.

  • QUANTUM Mechanics and Theory of Metals, 595
  • Quartzite Bricks, Composition and Properties, 391
  • Quay, Tyne Commission, North Shields, 332
  • Barge-Unloading, Potash Storage and Ship¬ment Plant, Antwerp, 305*
  • Quebec, Chute il Caron Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 323
  • Hydro-Electric Power Developments, 62
  • Saguenay and Chibougamau Railway, Pro¬gress of, 550
  • St. Francis River, Proposed Hydro-Electric Plant, 147
  • Queensland Railways, Annual Report, 231
  • Quenching of Steel. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Quicksilver. See Mercury and Metal-Price Diagrams

R.

  • " R 101,” Airship, 187*, 271*. See 584
  • Radial Drill. See Drill, under Machine Tools Radiant-Heat Boiler, “ Wood,” Experiences with, 143, 149*, 177. See Letter, 263
  • Radiation in Boiler Furnaces, 673
  • Pyrometers. See Pyrometers
  • Radio Communication, Elements of (Review), 191
  • Research Board, Annual Report, 467
  • Radioactive Transmutation and Wave Mech¬anics, 549*
  • Radioactivity and Atomic Nuclei, 397*, 437*, 470*
  • Radiotelegraphy. See Telegraphy, Wireless Radiotelephony. See Telephony, Wireless Raies Ultimes Powders for Spectrographic Analysis, 52
  • Rail Brakes for Marshalling Yards, 724
  • Breakage, Wear and Jointing, 707
  • Car, Oil-Driven, with Electric Transmis¬sion, Italian State Railways (F.I.A.T. Co.), 7*. See 186*, 624
  • Cutting Hack Saw, Hand-Operated, 588*
  • Motor Vehicles, Use of, 757
  • and Road Transport, Co-Ordination of, 81
  • Steel, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Railless-Electric Vehicles and Motor Omni¬buses, Relative Advantages, 228
  • Railroad, Pennsylvania, and Road Competi¬tion, 708 See also Railways
  • Railway, Bombay, Baroda A Central India, Rebuilding of Bassein Bridges, 503
  • Board, Indian, Report on Construction of Godavery Bridge, 160*
  • Brake Testing Set, (Heatly-Gresliain Engineering Co., Ltd.), 208*
  • Bridge. See Bridge
  • British and French, and Proposed Channel Tunnel, 381
  • and Road Competition, 709
  • Canadian Pacific, Royal York Hotel,
  • Toronto, Engineering Equipment of, 278 ; Branch-Line Construction Programme, 518
  • Carriage. See Carriage
  • Concrete Sleepers for, 659

Railway Congress, International, Madrid: Inaugural Proceedings, 623

  • Plenary and Final Meetings, 820 Visits and Excursions, 820
  • Reports and Discussions :
  • Locomotives and Rolling Stock, 623 Improvements in Steam Locomotives, 626 Relations between Railways and Seaports, 658
  • Use of Concrete and Ferro-Concrete Sleepers on Railways, 659
  • Concrete and Reinforced Concrete Struc¬tures, 660
  • Machines for Simplifying Statistical Work, 661
  • Penetration Railways, 662
  • Electrification of Secondary Lines, 662
  • Resistance of Rails to Wear and Breakage, 707
  • Competition of Road Transport, 708
  • Electric Locomotives for Main-Line Trac¬tion, 722
  • Speed Control in Marshalling Yards, 724
  • Co-Operation of Staif, 725
  • Static and Dynamic Stresses on Railway Bridges, 754
  • Signalling, 766
  • Economic Traction Methods, 757
  • Rail Motor Vehicles, 758
  • Permanent-Way Equipment of Light Rail¬ways, 786
  • Permanent-Way Tools and Maintenance, 787
  • All-Steel Coaches, 789
  • Training of Staff, 819
  • Railway, East Indian State, Re-Girdering of Lower Sone Bridge, 562*. See Erratum, 697
  • Economic Traction Methods on, 757
  • Egyptian State, Articulated Steam Rail Coaches, 715*
  • Electric Locomotives for Main-Line Trac¬tion, 722
  • Electrification, Economic Results, 117
  • of Secondary Lines, 662
  • Est, 4-8-2 Type Express Locomotive, 334*
  • Ferro-Concrete Sleepers, for, 659
  • Funicular, Japanese, 117
  • German State, Operation of, 758
  • State, Turbine Locomotives on, 280*, 625
  • Great Western, South Wales Docks Develop¬ments, 385 ; Reconstruction of Liskeard Viaduct and Approach Spans, Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, 425 ; New Station at Temple Meads, Bristol, 605
  • and Harbours, Kenya and Uganda, Report, 82
  • Harbour Station Lay-Outs, 659
  • Hudson Bay, Fort Churchill Harbour
  • Works, 71 ; Proposed Connections with, 355
  • Indian State, Loading Diagram, 566*
  • Italian State, Oil-Driven Rail-Car with
  • Electric Transmission, 7*. See 186 ; Oil- Driven Locomotive, 624
  • Japanese Government, Train Ferries, 117 ;
  • Analysis of Rail Failures, 708
  • Kazipet-Belharshah, India, Construction of Godavery Bridge, 160*
  • Light, Permanent-Way Equipment of, 786
  • Liverpool and Manchester, Centenary (Re¬view), 130
  • Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • London, Midland & Scottish, Furness
  • Section, Reconstruction of Kent and Leven Viaducts, 426 ; 2-6-2 Type Tank Locomotive, 582* ; Turbine Locomotive, Operating Results, 624 ; Tilbury Station, 678*
  • and Nortli Eastern, Three-Cylinder Pas¬senger Locomotive with Rotary Cam Poppet Valve Gear, 39*; 4-6-0 Type Locomotive, with Beardmore-Caprotti Valve Gear, 133* ; Locomotive-Coaling Plant at Kipps, 330* ; Tests of Locomotive, 626
  • Maintenance Work on, 787
  • Marshalling Yards, Speed Control in, 724
  • Motor Carriage. See Carriage
  • North-Western, India, Reconstruction of Attock Bridge, 503
  • Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean, 5,400-h.p., Electric Locomotive, Tests, 793
  • Orleans, Concrete Sleepers on, 660
  • Peace River and Vancouver, Proposed, 255
  • Penetration and Feeder, Discussion on, 662
  • Permanent-Way Tools, 787
  • Quebec, Saguenay and Chibougamau, Canada, Progress of, 550
  • Queensland, Annual Report, 231
  • Rail-Motor Vehicles, Use of, 757
  • and Road Competition, 708
  • Railway Rolling Stock Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Japan, 19
  • Stock. See also Carriages; Locomo¬tives ; Wagons and Seaports, Relations between, 658
  • Signalling. See Signalling
  • South Australian, Report, 290
  • Southern, Waterloo Station, Facilities for Underground Passengers, 114 ; Proposed Channel Tunnel, 381 ; 4-4-0 Type " V ” Class Passenger Locomotive, 408* ; South¬ampton Docks Extension, 573: Char¬ing Cross Bridge Scheme, 640 ; Replace¬ment of Folkestone Harbour Swing Bridge, 645*
  • Staffs, Co-Operation of, 725
  • Training of, 819
  • Station, Temple Meads, Bristol, 605
  • Statistical Work, Machines for, 661
  • Street, See Tramways
  • Swedish State, Electrification, Transmission Plants, 117
  • Swiss Federal, 7,200-h.p., Electric Loco¬motive, 509. See Addendum, 637
  • High- Pressure Passenger Locomotive, Operat¬ing Results, 625
  • Traction by Oil Engines, 110
  • Train Brake. See Brake
  • Tube. See Underground
  • Tunisian, Oil-Electric Locomotive, 624
  • Underground. See Underground
  • United States, Advances in, 626
  • States, Internal-Combustion Engine Lo¬comotives on, 117
  • Wagons. See H’agoas
  • Wheels, Flange Lubricator for (Hasler Telegraph Works), 538*
  • See also Railroads and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Rainfall and Compensation Water Assessment, 832
  • United States, and Hydro-Electric Power, 124
  • Ramzin, Prof. L. K., on Efficient Boiler-Plant Design, 154 ; on Consumption of Low- Grade Fuels in Russia, 184
  • Rand Water Board, Annual Report, 351
  • Rangoon, Port of, Annual Report, 231
  • Ransomes and Maries Bearing Co., Ltd.,
  • Roller-Bearing Plummer Blocks, 462*
  • Rapid Magnetting Machine Co., Ltd., Water¬fall-Type Separator, 221*
  • Rateau, Prof. A., the Late, 86. See Letter, 178
  • Rationalisation in Building Industry, 706 New Forms of, 834
  • Raworth, J. E., the Late, 670
  • Read, A., on Electric Deck Auxiliaries, 483
  • Reclamation Works, Zuyder Zee, 655,* 759*,
  • 770, 821*. See Letter, 743
  • Recompression Chamber, Use In Hudson River •Tunnel, 238
  • Record Electrical Co., Ltd., Exhibits at Physi¬cal and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 87; Triple-Pole Hand-Operated Circuit Breaker, 224
  • Recorder, Idle-Time, for Machines (Gent & Co., Ltd.), 215
  • Recording Dynamometer. Sec Dynamometer
  • Microphotometer (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 043
  • Reduct ion Gears. See Gears; Marine Pro¬pulsion ; Motor-Car Details
  • Rees, D. P., on Oil-Well Deviation, 699
  • Rees, W. P., on Nickel-Chromium Alloys for
  • High Temperature, 780*, 811*. See 641
  • Reeve, Dr. L., on Interaction of Gases and Ore in Blast Furnace, 647*. See 609
  • Refractometer, Photo-Electric (Bellingham & Stanley, Ltd.), 128
  • Refractories for Glass Manufacture, 525
  • Sillimanite Glass-House, Results with, 525
  • Refractory Bricks, Composition, Structure and Properties of, 390
  • Materials, Corrosion-Resisting Properties of, 525
  • Manufacture in America, 525
  • Properties of, 390
  • See also Firebricks; Fireclays
  • Refrigerant, Dichlorotluoroinethane as, 776
  • Refrigerating Plant, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, (Linde Canadian Refrigeration Co.), 278* for Turbo-Generators, 268
  • Regenerative Furnace. See Furnace
  • Principle Applied to Air Preheaters, 155
  • “Regent,” H.M. Submarine, Launch, 799
  • Registration of Engineers in Canada, 768
  • Regulating Weirs, Welland Canal Reconstruc¬tion, 157*, 725,* 790*
  • Regulations, Use of Trolley Wires in Mines, 380
  • Regulator, Speed, Scherbius, Medemblik Pump¬ing Station, 656*
  • " Regulus,” H.M. Submarine, Launch, 799
  • Reinforced Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete Relays, Power Transmission Lines (A. Reyrolle & Co., Ltd.), 226
  • Remuneration of Labour. See Labour
  • Rendle, Palmer & Tritton, Re-Girdering River Sone Bridge, 562*. See Erratum, 697 Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Prospectus, 734
  • Repeated Stresses. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Report, Accident Proneness and Proficiency, 24
  • Annual, Association for Education in In¬dustry and Commerce, 772
  • British Corporation Register of Shipping and Aircraft, 549
  • Chamber of Shipping, 258, 737
  • Electricity Commissioners, 18
  • National Institute of Industrial Psy¬chology, 320
  • Northern Coke Research Committee, 590
  • Panama Canal, 230
  • Port of Rangoon, 231
  • Queensland Railways, 231
  • Radio Research Board, 467
  • Rand Water Board, 351
  • Scientific and Industrial Research De¬partment, 174, 245
  • Skilled Employment and Apprentice¬ship Association, 829
  • Assessment of Compensation Water, 832
  • Atmospheric Pollution, 825
  • Board of Trade, Boiler Explosion Inquiries, 453, 493, 577
  • Building Research Board, 142 ; Protection of Mortar or Concrete against Frost, 237
  • Central Electricity Board, 481
  • Channel Tunnel Committee, 381
  • Coal-Gas Poisoning, 261
  • Construction of Godavery Bridge, Railway Board, India, 160*
  • Corrosion of Lead in Buildings, 494
  • Departmental Committee, Area Gas Supply, 705. See 699
  • Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 544
  • Economic Conditions in Argentine 447
  • Conditions in Austria. 674
  • Conditions in China, 288
  • Conditions in East Africa, 512
  • Conditions in Poland, 770
  • and Trade Conditions in Australia, 228
  • Effect of Asbestos Dust, and Dust Suppres¬sion, 577
  • Engineering Training for Officers’ Rank, 448
  • Wages and Hours in Germany, 146, 455
  • Financial and Economic Conditions of Japan, 321
  • Fires in Steamship Bunker and Cargo Coal, 463
  • Home-Grown Timbers, Green and Seasons, 667
  • Office, on Chains and other Lifting Appliances, 241
  • Hydro-Electric Progress in Canada, 536
  • Kenya and Uganda Railways and Har¬bours, 82
  • London County Council, Thames Floods Prevention, 382
  • Manchester Steam Users' Association, 673
  • Mine and Works Ventilation, 536
  • National Physical Laboratory, Executive Committee, 814
  • Public Works Department, Nigeria, 114
  • Re-Forming Natural Gas in Water-Gas Generators, 679
  • Relative Inflammability of Coal Dusts, 536
  • Road Traffic Census, 1928, 414
  • Sewage Treatment by Stream-Flow Aeration, 504
  • Sheffield Smoke Abatement Research Com¬mittee, 487
  • South Australian Railways, 290
  • Standardisation of Distribution Voltages, 511
  • Steam Nozzles ltesearcli Committee, 291* 296*, 361*. See 319, 329
  • See also Board of Trade
  • Research Association, British Electrical and Allied Industries, Work of, 196
  • Research Association, British Non-Ferrous Metals, Investigation on Locomotive Fire¬box Stays and Plates, 30 ; Researches on Cast Copper and Bronze, 358*, 384, 457*, 522*
  • Industrial, and Application of Results of Research, 174
  • Industrial, Co-Operation with Depart¬ment of Scientific and Industrial Research, 245
  • Hoard, Building, Report. 142 ; Report on Protection of Mortar or Concrete aganst Frost, 237
  • Forest Products, Report on Home-Grown Timbers, 007; Drawing Machine, 044
  • Industrial Health, Report on Accident l’ronencss and Proficiency, 24
  • Ra lio, Annual Report, 467
  • Safety in Mines, Report on Relative Inflammability of Coal Dusts, 536
  • Committee, Aeronautical, Work of, 612
  • Alloys of Iron, Researches on Alloys of Iron with Silicon, 642, 653*
  • Coke, Northern, Annual Report, 590
  • Illumination, Adoption of “ Daylight Factor,” 550
  • Midland Coke, Coke-Shatter Test Appa¬ratus, 745*
  • Sheffield Smoke Abatement, Report, 487
  • Department, Fuel, Report on Fires in Steam¬ship Bunker and Cargo Coal, 463
  • Scientific and Industrial. Researches on Laminated Springs, 26* ; Annual Report, 174, 245; Report of Radio Research Board. 467; Report on Corrosion of Lead in Build¬ings, 494; Report on Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 544; Appoint¬ment of Sir E. Rutherford as Chairman of Advisory Council, 644; Report on Atmospheric Pollution, 825
  • Woolwich, Investigations on Aluminium Brasses, 398, 554* ; Exhibits at Royal Society Conversazione, 644
  • Fund for William Froude Tank, 323
  • Gas, and Leeds University, 742
  • Influence of Technique on, 640
  • Institutes, Tokyo Imperial University, 19
  • Tohoku Imperial University, Japan, 20
  • Laboratory, High-Voltage (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 312*
  • Steatite and Porcelain Products, Ltd., 634*
  • Tokyo Electric Co., 19
  • Physical, in Wireless, 805
  • Psychological, in Engineering Trades, 320
  • Scientific, in Buildings and Public Works, 707
  • Set, Fuel, Variable-Compression (Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 44*
  • Station, Building, Report on Corrosion of Lead in Buildings, 494; Microvolt-Hour Meter, 675
  • Steam Nozzles, Report of Committee, 291*, 296*, 361*. See 319, 329
  • Work, Increasing Importance of, 834
  • Workers, Need for, 174
  • See also National Physical Laboratory Reservoirs and Compensation Water, 832
  • for Japanese Hydro-Electric Plants, 267
  • Regulating, Mocassin Creek, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco. 125*
  • Rocky River Hvdro-Electric Development,35*
  • Water, Elevated, Ferro-Concrete, Sydney, 137
  • Resistance, Air. See .Air and Aeronautics Electrical. See Electric
  • and Form of Towed Barges, 531
  • of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Resource,” H.M. Fleet-Repair Ship, 12
  • Retort for Australian Shale, 109
  • Reviews. See LITERATURE Index
  • Reynolds, R. W., on Design of Ferro-Concrete Tee Beams, 591*
  • Reyrolle, A., & Co., Ltd., Electric Heating Elements. Thermal-Storage Plant, 94*; Arc Welder, 225* ; Power Transmission Line Relays, 226
  • “ Rhadamanthus,” H.M.S., Atlantic Voyage of, 691
  • Rhineland-Westphalia District, Engineering Wages in, 146
  • Rhodes, J., & Sons, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 207
  • Ricardo, H. R., on High-Speed Diesel Engines, 607 ; on Progress of Aircraft Engines, 738. See Letters,' 776, 838
  • Rice, E. W., on Recent Economic Develop¬ments of Electric Power, 92
  • Rice & Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Hydraulic Boiler- Plate Flanging Press, 14
  • Richmond Power Station, United States. Operating Results, 746
  • Rickard, Dr. T. A., on Early Use of Metals, 352
  • Rickli, H., on Heat Treatment of Alloy Steels, 141 ; on Safety in Large Turbo-Generators, 421*
  • Ridge Formation in Sounding Tubes, 676
  • Rigid Airships. See Airships under Aeronautics
  • Riley Stoker Corporation, Water Wall for Boiler Furnaces, 74*; Pulverised-Fuel Burner, 250*
  • “ Rimutaka,” S.S., Failure of Copper Steam Pipe, 493
  • Ring-Oiled Bearings, Researches on, 146
  • Ritchie, Dr. E. G., on the Storage of Steam, 155
  • River Arakawa, Japan, Improvement Works, 18
  • Ashop, Diversion of, 301
  • Churchill, Canada, Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 442
  • Clyde and Forth, Overhead Power Trans¬mission Line, 603*
  • Dordogne Arch Dam, Mardgc, France, 578
  • Flow of, and Assessment of Compensation Water, 832
  • Ganges, Floating Dock for, 13
  • Gila, Arizona, Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, 193*, 276*. 368*
  • Godavery Bridge, India, Handling and Erecting Gear, 160*
  • Hooghly, Calcutta, Cable Tunnel under, 124
  • River Hudson Bridge, Co3t of, 114
  • Tunnel, Difficulties in Construction, 238
  • Indus, Reconstruction of Attock Bridge, 503
  • Kiso, Japan, Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 19
  • Nile, Assouan Dam, Sluice Discharge, 23 ; Heightening of, 101*
  • Nag Hainadi Barrage, Construction Cableways, 252
  • Rocky, Hvdro-Electric Development, 35*,9/*
  • San ‘Joaquin, Crossing, Overhead Power Transmission Towers, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 127
  • Sone, India, Re-Girdering of Railway Bridge, 562*. See Erratum, 697
  • St. Francis, Quebec, Proposed Hydro-Electric Plant, 147
  • St. Lawrence, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 6
  • Thames, Blackwall Tunnel, Difficulties in Construction, 238
  • Floods Prevention, London County Council Report, 382
  • Passenger Landing Stage at Tilbury, 678
  • Uhl, North India, Hvdro-Electric Scheme, 815*
  • Velocity, Depth and Silt Transport For¬mula), 179
  • Road, Experimental, Hounslow and Slough, 321 ,
  • Impact Reaction of Motor-Lorry Wheels on, 69, 95
  • Locomotives. See Motor ; Tractor
  • and Rail Transport, Co-Ordination of, 81
  • and Railway Competition, 708
  • Tar, Standard Specification, 71 ; Prepara¬tion of, 742
  • Traction, Railless Electric. Sec Railless
  • Traffic Census, 1928, Report, 414
  • Heavy, and Manchester Ship Canal Bridges, Lawsuit, 411
  • Transport, Methods of, 228
  • Works, Expenditure on, 414
  • Robertson, Dr. J. M., on Metallography of Ancient Egyptian Implements, 641
  • Robins Conveying Belt Co., Conveyor-Belt Cleaner, 248*
  • Robinson, E. L., on Steam Turbine Develop¬ment, 156
  • Rock, Rear Admiral G. H., on Safety ot Life at Sea, 263
  • Rocket Flight, Theory of (Review), 275
  • Rocky River Hydro-Electric Development, 35* 97*
  • Roe, A. V., & Co., Ltd., Fokker Monoplanes for
  • Australian Air Service, 412
  • Roestock Pumping Station, Turbine-Driven Pumping Plant, 710, 713*, 751*
  • Rolls, Chilled-Iron, Manufacture (Review), 2/4
  • Tin and Sheet-Mill, Treatment, Perform¬ances and Failures, 611, 615*
  • Roller Bearings. See Hearings
  • Motor, Manumit, Power Unit for (Marshall, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 216*
  • Roiling Mills, Lubrication of, 377*, 749
  • Plant, 35-in. Reversing Roughing (Brightside Foundry and Engineering Co., Ltd.),
  • 103*
  • Stock. See also Carriages ; Locomotives ; Wagons
  • Rontgen Ray Analysis, Moseley’s Work, 372*
  • Examination of Materials, 475, 486, 525*
  • Photographs of Crystal Structures, 676
  • Studies of Cupped Copper, 61
  • Rope Drive, York Street Mills, Belfast, 795*
  • Wire. See IFire Ropes Ropeway, Aerial. Sec Wire Ropeway Rosencrants, F. H.,on High-Pressure Steam,154
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., Award of Bessemer Medal.582, 609 ; on Nickel-Chromium Alloys for High Temperatures, 780*, 811*. See 641
  • Ross and MacDonald, Inc., Royal York Hotel, Toronto, 279*
  • Ross Patents, Ltd., Chain Feeder for Materials, 211
  • Rotary Cement Kilns, Pulverised-Fuel luring, 185
  • Engine. See Engine ; Aeronautics
  • Pump. See Pump Rotors, Large, Stresses in, 421*
  • Turbo-Generator, Steels for, 141
  • Windings, Aluminium for, 423
  • Roubais, Babcock & Wilcox Boilers with Gilled Water Tubes at, 421*
  • “ Rover,” H. M. Submarine, Launch, 799
  • Rowell, Dr. H. S., on Influence of British Motor Taxation on Petrol-Engine Design,
  • 303*, 366. See LETTERS, 776, 808; on Thread Rolling. 721*. See Errata, 766
  • Royal Aeronautical Society. See Aeronautical
  • Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition Society. See Agricultural
  • Albert Bridge, Saltash, Reconstruction of Approach Spans, 425
  • Automobile Club, Taxation Formula, 303*, 366
  • Charter for Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 769
  • Corps of Naval Constructors, Annual Dinuer, 199
  • Indian Marine Sloop “ Hindustan,” Launch, 702
  • Institute of British Architects. See British Architects

Royal Institution:

  • Diving, bv L. Hill, 250
  • Atomic Nuclei and their Structure, by Sir li. Rutherford, 371*, 397*, 437*, 470*
  • Isotopes, by Dr. F. W. Aston, 461
  • Structure of Cellulose, by Sir W. Bragg, 525*
  • Transmutation of Matter, by Sir E. Ruther¬ford, 549*
  • Phenomena of Spin in Aeroplanes, by H. E. Wimperis, 674
  • English Instrument Makers of the Eight¬eenth Century, by R. S. Whipple, 772
  • Faraday Centenary Celebrations, 1931, Programme, 832
  • Royal Meteorological Society. See Meteoro¬logical
  • Ordnance Factories, Woolwich, Production and Distribution of Steam in, 585*, 579, 618*, 650*
  • Royal Sanitary Institute. See Sanitary Insti¬tute, Royal Society, Conversazione and Exhibition, 643, 075, 823 of Arts. See Arts
  • " Royal William,” S.S., Atlantic Voyage, 691
  • York Hotel, Toronto, Engineering Equip¬ment of, 278*
  • Royles, Ltd., Water Chlorinators, 216* ; Dis¬tilling Apparatus, 216*
  • Rumsey, J., Work of, 333
  • Runcorn Power Station, Castner-Kellner Alkali Co., 600-lb. Pressure Yarrow Boilers, 406*. See 416. See Letters, 487, 517, 571. See Erratum, 509
  • Rural Electricity Scheme, Bedford, 350
  • Electrification, Memoranda on, 548 in Sweden, 92
  • Russia, Combustion of Low-Grade Fuels 184
  • Thermo-Technical Institute, Boiler Experi¬ments, 155
  • Russian Industries, Power Supply of, 184
  • Rusting. See Corrosion
  • Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd. Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 206
  • Rutherford, Sir E., Award of Faraday Medal to, 139, 595 ; on Atomic Nuclei, 371*, 397*, 437*, 470* ; on The Transmutation of Matter, 549* ; Appointment as Chair¬man of Research Advisory Council, 644
  • Ruths Accumulators, Charlottenburg Power Station, 764*
  • Ruths, Dr. J. C., on the Ruths Accumulator in the Power Industry, 155
  • Ryburg-Schworstadt Power Supply Co., 32,500 kv.-a. Siow-Speed Alternator, 743*
  • Ryder, J., on Training of Welders, 349. See 387

S

  • SACK-FILLING, Weighing, Sewing and Dis¬charging Machines, Potash Shipment Plant, Antwerp, 365*
  • Sackingen, Germany, 32,500 kv.-a. Alternator for Hydro-Electric Power Plant, 743*
  • Safe-Load Indicator for Cranes (Nash Safe- Load Indicators, Ltd.), 807*
  • Safetyin Large Turbo-Generators, 421*. bee 141
  • of Life at Sea, 263
  • at Sea (1929 Conference), 485, 489*
  • First Association, National, 513
  • Glass Manufacture, 630*. Sec Letter, 679.
  • See Addendum, 703
  • Horns, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 336*, 401*
  • in Mines Research Board, Report on Inflammability of Coal Dusts, 536
  • Week, National, 513
  • Weirs, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 157* 725* 790*
  • Saint John Harbour, Canada, Extension, 720 See also St.
  • Salford Royal Technical College, John Morris Memorial Prize, 170
  • “ Salt Lake City,” United States Cruiser, Bab¬cock & Wilcox Boilers, 262
  • Saltash, Royal Albert Bridge, Reconstruction of Approach Spans, 425
  • Sampling and Analysis, Coal, Royal Ordnance Factories, Woolwich, 587
  • San Francisco, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, 125*. See 252
  • Joaquin River Crossing, Overhead Power
  • Transmission Towers, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 127*
  • Sand, Internal Friction of, Experiments on, 689*, 753*
  • Sanitary Institute, Royal, Henry Saxon Snell Prize, 88
  • Sankey Diagram for Super-Pressure Steam Power Station, 58*
  • “ Saratoga,” United States Aeroplane Carrier, Trial Trip Data, 263
  • Saturator and Acid Separator, Becker Coke-Oven Plant, Sheffield, 699*
  • Sault Ste. Marie, Electro-Metallurgical Plant at, 256 . .
  • Saunders, Comdr. H. E., on Corrosion-Resisting Steel and its Application to Ships, 263
  • Saunders, Dr. H. L., on Interaction of Gases and Ore in Blast Furnace, 647*. See 609
  • “ Savannah," S.S., Atlantic Voyage of, 690
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • Scaling, Resistance of Alloy Steels to, 682
  • Tools, Rotary, Electrically-Operated (Con¬solidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.), 63*. See Erratum, 79
  • “ Scarborough,” H.M. Sloop, Launch of, 379
  • Scherbius Speed Regulator, Medemblik Pump¬ing Station, 656*
  • Schmidt-Henschel High-Pressure Locomotive, Operating Results, 625
  • Schneider, E., Award of Bessemer Medal to, 582, 609
  • Scholarships. See Education
  • Schuler, L., A.-G., Bottoming Machine for Tins, 373*
  • Schuster, L. W., on Fusion Welds for Unflred Pressure Vessels, 362*, 394*, 427*. See 349, 353, 382, 386*
  • Schutte & Koerting Co., High-Pressure Toggle- Operated Stop Valves, 652*
  • Science and the Iron and Steel Industry, 751
  • and Technology, History of, International Congress, 568
  • in Works Management, 383
  • Scientific Apparatus, Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 52*, 86*, 128*, 323, 343
  • Exhibition, Royal Society Conversazione, 643, 675, 823
  • Research. See Research
  • Societies. See Institutions
  • Scleroscope Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Scotland, Central, Electricity Scheme, 599*
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in. See Engineers
  • Southey’s Journal of Tour in, 1819 (Re¬view), 501
  • Scott’s Shipbuilding and Engineering Co., Ltd., Trials of H.M. Destroyer “ Anthony,” 196
  • ScraPCL*Power-Operated (Alig & Baumgartel), Travelling, Potash Storage and Shipment Plant, Antwerp, 306*
  • Screen Shafts, Circulating-Water, Portishead Power Station 433*
  • Screw-Cutting Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
  • Propellers. See Propellers ; Aeronautics
  • Thread Milling and Grinding Machines, D. Brown & Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 693*
  • Rolling, 721*. See Errata, 766
  • Tolerances, German (Review), 562
  • Scrubbers, Carbon-Dioxide, Ammonia Produc¬tion Plant, Mont Cenis Colliery, 163* SeaWater, Concrete Hardening in, 67*
  • Corrosion of Iron and Steel, 544
  • Seaports and Railways, Relationship, 658
  • Season-Cracking of Aluminium Brasses. 555
  • and Initial Stresses in Hard-Drawn Tubes, 65*
  • Seco Substotion, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply. San Francisco, 127*
  • Secondary Schools and Education. See Educa¬tion
  • Seddon, E., Portobello Power Station Exten¬sion, 715
  • Seely, Prof. F. B., on Plaster Models for Stress Determination, 231
  • Seismic Waves Produced by Meteor, 669
  • Seismograph for Geophysical Surveying (Cam¬bridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 52*
  • Seitz, E., on Development of the Francis Turbine, 267
  • Selfridge & Co., Ltd., Explosion of Steam-Heated Oven, 453
  • Seligman, Dr. R., on the Work of the Institute of Metals, 352
  • Sensitive Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools
  • Sentinel Motor Wagon, with Paris Concrete Mixer, 631*
  • Separator, Acid, Becker Coke-Oven Plant Sheffield, 699*
  • Magnetic, Waterfall-Type (Rapid Magnetting Machine Co., Ltd.), 221*
  • Oil, Marine Type, De Laval, 199*
  • Serruys, Prof. D., on Rationalisation, 834
  • Sewage Treatment by Stream-Flow Aeration Report, 504
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Sewers, Gas Exhauster for (Sicmens-Schuckert- werke A.-G.), 376*
  • Shaft, Crank. See Crankshaft
  • Dynamometer. See Dynamometer
  • Screen, Circulating-Water, Portishead Power Station, 433*
  • Tunnel, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 125*
  • Shafting, Critical Speed of, and Vibration in Ships. 529, 551*
  • and Gearing, York Street Mills, Belfast, 795
  • Shale, Australian, Retort for, 109
  • Shannon Hydro-Electric Power Plant 731 743,771. See Erratum, 767
  • Shaping Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Shapley, C. S„ Presidential Address to Insti¬tution of Gas Engineers, 742
  • Shatter-Test Apparatus for Coke, 745
  • Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Sheet Piling, Steel, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 762*, 821*
  • Steel, Normalising and Box-Annealing of, 583*, 610
  • Sheffield Smoke Abatement Research Com¬mittee, Report. 487
  • Shepard Niles Crane and Hoist Corporation
  • Electric Trolley Hoist, 122*
  • Sherman Island Dam, Hudson River, Uplift Diagram, 235*
  • Shibaura Engineering Works, Ltd., Tsurumi Factory, 18
  • Shield, Blackwall Tunnel, 239
  • Shinano-Gawa Hydro-Electric Plant, 154
  • Ships, Boat Equipment of, 491
  • British Corporation Register of Shipping and Aircraft, 323 6
  • Canal. See Canal turn^O’’ Isherwood System, Annual
  • under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 88,
  • Old Corrosion-Resisting Steels for, 263
  • Diesel-Engined. See Motor Ships; Marine Propulsion
  • VnPUiSiA°rn l..See Marine Propulsion Electrical Deck Machinery for, 483
  • Launched, Annual Statistics, 166, 260
  • Motor. See Motor Ships ; Marine Propulsion Passenger, Causes of Creaking in 515
  • See Letter, 572
  • Pioneer, of the Atlantic Ferry 298
  • Power Supply on, 835
  • Propellers. See Propellers
  • Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines; Turbines; Propellers
  • Resistance, Experiments on Towed Barges,
  • vS?lCl263eStS °f Single’Screw Merchant
  • ~"ave Making, Model Experiments, 532
  • Safety or Life at Sea. 263, 485, 489*
  • ~ 5?1UPg„and steam- Early Statistics, 498
  • “ oin?1H\Scre,w; .M?del and Eull-Size Tests, 263
  • Stability of Listed, 515
  • Subdivision of, 485, 489*
  • Twin-Hulled, “ Cast Ila ” and " Calais-Douvres," 96
  • Vibration In, Causes and Prevention, 529, 551*
  • Wave Resistance, Mathematical Theory and Experimental Results, 532 - See also Marine ; Motor Ships ; Shipping;
  • Steamers; Warships; and Paragraph Index
  • Shipbuilders and Engineers, North East Coast
  • Institution of. See North-East Coast in Scotland, Institution of. See Engineers
  • Shipbuilding, British Corporation Register, 323, 549
  • Bulk-Freight - of Great Lakes, 262
  • Co-Operation between Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 482
  • Shipbuilding, Corrosion-Resisting Steels for, 263
  • Creaking in Passenger Ships, 515. See Letter, 572
  • on Great Lakes during War, 262
  • Industry, Position and Prospects, 260
  • Isherwood System, Annual Return, 202
  • Naval. See Warships
  • Safety of Life at Sea, 263, 485, 489*
  • in 1929, Statistics, 46, 138
  • Subdivision of Ships. 485, 489*
  • Vessels under Construction, Lloyi’s Statis¬tics, 88, 513
  • Vessels Launched, Statistics, 166, 260
  • Vibration in Ships, Causes and Prevention, 529, 551*
  • See also Steamers ; Naval; Warships ;
  • and Paragraph Index
  • Shipment and Storage Plant, Potash, Antwerp. 305*, 365*
  • Shipping nnd Aircraft, British Corporation Register oi, Annual Report, 549
  • Boat Equipment of Ships, 491
  • Chamber of, Annual Meeting and Report, 258, 737
  • Industry, Position of, 258
  • and Naval Annual, Brassey’s (Review), 500
  • Safety of Life at Sea, 263, 485, 489*
  • Vessels under Construction, Lloyd’s Sta¬tistics, 88, 513
  • Launched, Statistics, 166, 260
  • Shipyard, Swan, Hunter, & Wigham Richard¬son, Ltd., 5-ton Cantilever Crane, 253*
  • Shopk Absorber, Oleo-Pneuinatic, for Aero¬planes (Blackburn Aeroplane and Motor Co., Ltd.), 647*
  • Tests. See Impact Tests under Tests (Materials')
  • Shop Management. See Works Management
  • Shore Instrument and Manufacturing Co., Monotron Hardness Indicator, 252*
  • Scleroscope Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials)
  • Show. See Exhibition
  • Shuttering, Timber, for Wall Monoliths, Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal. 68*
  • Siberian Meteor, Seismic and Aerial Waves Produced by, 669
  • Siemens-Martin Furnaces. Sec Furnaces
  • Sicmens-Schuckertwerke A.-G., Gas Exhauster for Sewers, 376*; Three-Phase Switch- gear with Air Blowout, 376* ; Southern Ireland Electricity Scheme, 731*, 743, 771. See Erratum, 767 ; 20,000-kw. Ac¬cumulator Turbines, 764*
  • Signalling from Cages in Mines, 54
  • Railway, Standard Symbols, 734
  • Systems in Use, 756
  • System for Power Stations (Hopkinsons Ltd.), 392*
  • Silentbloc Flexible Bearing, 522*
  • Silesia, Beuthen, Hohenzollern Colliery, Aerial Coal Transporter with Travelling Tower 629*
  • Silica Bricks. See Firebricks
  • Softening and Melting Points of, 390
  • Sillcol Hydrogen Plant, Airport of St. Hubert Montreal, 844
  • Silicon-Chromium Steels, Properties of 643 680* ’
  • Iron Alloys, Constitution, 642, 653
  • Sillimanite Bricks, Composition and Properties of, 392
  • Glass-House Refractories, Results with, 525
  • Silos, Use in France, 432
  • Silt Transport in Canals and Rivers, 179
  • Simpson, Dr. C. G., Award of Symons Medal, 148
  • Sinclair, D., the Late, 636
  • Sinnatt, Dr. F. S., on Coal Cleaning, 449
  • " Sirius,” S.S., Atlantic Voyages of, 692
  • Sisson, W., A Co., Ltd., High-Speed Steam Engine with Expansion and Compression Governor, 570*, 813*
  • Skelton, Engr. Vice-Admiral R. \y on Progress in Marine Engineering, 49 ’
  • Skin Friction. See Air Resistance: Aero¬nautics ; Hydrodynamics ; Ship Resistance
  • Skinningrove, Fuel Economy at, 588*, 610, 617*
  • Skyscrapers in United States and Canada, 581
  • Slab and Block Machine, Concrete (Lee & Fouracre), 211
  • Protection, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 726*
  • Sleepers, Railway, Concrete and Ferro-Concrete Use of, 659
  • Slough and Hounslow, Experimental Road, 321
  • Sluices, Discharge, Den Oever, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 821*
  • Discharge Measurements, Assouan Dam 23
  • Gates, Medemblik Pumping Station, 656*
  • Mocassin Creek Reservoir, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 125*
  • Stoney, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction 728*. 792*
  • Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, Dr. E. W., on Gas Dehydration, 742
  • Smith, Engr.-Capt. E. C., on Pioneer Ships of the Atlantic Ferry, 298 ; on Naval and Marine Engineering History, 333, 498, 690
  • Smith, II. D., on Reconstruction of Liskeard Viaduct and Approach Spans, Royal Albert Bridge, Saltash, 425
  • Smith, J., Pioneer of Transatlantic Steam Navigation, 691
  • Smoke Abatement Research Committee, Sheffield, Report, 487
  • Smokeless Fuel. See Coal, Low-Temperature Carbonisation
  • Smyth, E. W., on Experiences with the First " Wood ” Stenin Generator, 149*. See 143, 177. See Letter, 263
  • Smythe, E. IL, on Low-Temperature Distillatlon in Relation to Power Production, 184
  • Soclete Commcrciale des Potasses d’Alsaee, Potash-Storage Depot, Antwerp, 305*, 365*
  • Societies, Technical and Scientific. See Insti¬tutions
  • Trade. See Labour; Labour Notes Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders
  • See Motor
  • Sockets, Cable, Sydney Harbour Bridge, 496*
  • and Plugs, Standard Specification, 752
  • Sodingen, Dortmund, Mont Cenis Colliery, Linde Plant for Coke-Oven Gas Decompo¬sition, 163*
  • Sodium Chloride, Protection of Mortar or Concreto against Frost, 237
  • Softener, Water. See H ater Softener
  • Soil Mechanics, Researches on, 639
  • Sone River, Re-Girdering of Railway Bridge, 562*. See Erratum, 697
  • Soot Blowers, “ Wood ” Steam Generator, 152
  • Sounding, Echo-. Marine Equipment, 129
  • Tubes, Ridge Formation in, 676
  • Sousedik Automatic Starter for Three-Phase Motors, 106*
  • South Africa, Rand Water Board, Annual Report, 351
  • Australian Harbours Board, Pile-Driving
  • Plant, Adelaide Harbour, 57*
  • Railways, Report, 290
  • Wales Docks Developments, Great Western Railway, 385
  • West England and South Wales Electricity Scheme, 119*
  • Notes from, 14, 47, 79, 109, 138, 171, 201, 254, 285, 316, 347, 379, 411, 444, 479, 509, 541, 573, 605, 637, 671, 703, 735, 767, 799, 829. See Paragraph Index
  • Yorkshire, Notes from, 15, 46, 79, 109 139, 170, 200, 255, 284, 317, 347, 379; 411, 444, 479, 509, 541, 572, 604, 637, 671, 703, 735, 767, 799, 829. See Para¬graph Index
  • Use of Coke-Oven Gas in, 705
  • Southampton Docks Extension, 573
  • Southern Ireland Electricity Scheme, 731* 743,771. See Erratum, 767
  • Railway, Waterloo Station, Facilities for Underground Passengers, 114 ; Proposed Channel Tunnel, 381 ; 4-4-0 Type " V ” Class Passenger Locomotive, 408 ; South¬ampton Docks Extension, 573 ; Charing Cross Bridge Scheme, 640; Replacement of Folkestone Harbour Swing Bridge, 645*
  • Southey’s Journal of Tour in Scotland, 1819 (Review), 501
  • Southwell, Prof. R. V., on Aeronautical Progress, 611
  • Space, Physical, and Ether Problems, 805
  • Spain, Electric Power Supply in, 318
  • Specific Gravity of Liquids, Instrument for Rapid Determination (W. & T. Avery Ltd.), 215*
  • Specifications, Standard. See Standard; Standardisation
  • Steel, and Physical Properties, 749
  • Spectra, Mass, Aston’s Work, 397*, 437*, 470
  • Spectrographic Analysis, Raies Ultimes Powders for, 52
  • Spectroscopy, Fabry-P^rot fitalon (A. Hil"er Ltd.), 675
  • Speed-Reduction Gears. See Gears ; Gearing ; Marine Propulsion ; Motor-Car Details
  • Regulation. See also Governing
  • Regulator, Scherbius, Medemblik Pumping Station, 656*
  • Trials. See Trials
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Sperry, E. A., the Late, 803*
  • Spheroidisation of Cementite in Superheater Tube, 265
  • Spillways, Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, Arizona, 193*, 369*
  • Spin in Aeroplanes, 674
  • Spincll Bricks, Composition and Properties, 392
  • Spinning Mills, Flax, York Street, Belfast, Electrification of, 795*
  • Spontaneous Combustion, Bunker and Cargo Coal, Report, 463
  • Spray Apparatus for Corrosion Tests, 389*. See Letter, 454
  • Springs, Laminated, Researches on, 26*
  • Sprinkling Stoker. See Stoker
  • Spur Gearing. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Spyer, A., on High-Pressure Steam for Marine Propulsion, 156
  • St. Francis River, Quebec, Proposed Hvdro- Electric Plant, 147
  • St. Hubert Airport, Montreal, 842*
  • St. Joseph’s Road Pumping Station, Guildford, Enlarging Borehole by Explosives, 298*
  • St. Lawrence River, Hydro-Electrle Scheme. 62
  • St. Paul’s Cathedral Re-Opening, 831. See 823
  • Stability of Listed Vessels, 515
  • of Submarines, 484. See Letters, 776, 484
  • Stamer, F., on Progress of Gliding, 259
  • Standards Association. See Engineering Standards
  • Railway Signalling Symbols, 734
  • Specifications, British, Tests for Timbers,
  • 63 ; Road Tar, 71 ; Alternating Current Switchgear, 321; Switches and Circuit Breakers, 54 ; Copper Wire for Electrical Machinery, 57; Aluminium Conductors, 445; Vandyke Brown; 509; Copper Conductors, 671; Plugs and Sockets, 752; Flame-Proof Switches and Circuit Breakers, 799 ; Electricity Meters, 812 Canadian, Steel Bars and Billets, 252; Steel Structures for Buildings, 811
  • United States Bureau of. See United States
  • Standardisation of Distribution Voltages, Report, 511
  • and Rationalisation of Statistics. 834
  • Starters, Motors. Sec Motors, Electric State Railways. See Railways
  • " Statendam,” S.S., Machinery and Perform¬ances, 491*, 513
  • Statlcally-Inteterminate Structures, Stress Calculations (Review), 131
  • Stations, Harbour, Layout of, 659
  • Power. See Power Stations
  • Railway, Temple Meads, Bristol, 605
  • Statistical Work, Railway, Machines for, 661
  • Statistics, Power, Utilisation of, 834
  • Trade. See Trade
  • Stays. Firebox, Locomotive Boiler, Investiga¬tions, 30
  • Steam Accumulators. Ruths, Charlottenburg Power Sration, 764*
  • Ruths, in the Power Industry, 155
  • Boats. See Steamers
  • Boilers. See Boilers
  • Distributing System, S.S. " Statendam,” 491*, 513
  • Steam Engines. See Engines
  • Flow through Nozzles. See Nozzles
  • H^tcdM,°Vens’ Bakers’, Explosions of, 453, 493 ’
  • High-Pressure, Economical Advantages 154
  • Pressure, Generation of, 58*
  • Pressure, in German Power Stations 267
  • Pressure, for Marine Propulsion, 156
  • Pressure, Operating Results, Barton
  • i.°olcrr. stati°n Extension, 597*, 684* <18*, /39, 745* ’
  • Pressure, Use on Locomotives, 625
  • Pressure, Use in United States, 55
  • Lorries. See Motor Wagons ; Tractors
  • Losses in Distribution Mains, 579, 587, 650
  • £.avigntion, Early History, 333, 498, 690
  • Pipe Copper, Failure in S.S. " Rimutaka,” 493 ’
  • Expansion of, 579, 587
  • Magnesia Lagging for, 579, 587, 650
  • 5?9h<5r87* 6®Jlcle,,cy °f Distribution in>
  • Power versus Water Power, Economics of,
  • Production and Distribution in Large
  • lactones, 585*, 579, 618*, 650* 8
  • Properties of, American Researches 257
  • Pr«»urcs and Temperatures, 89*
  • of, Work of Callendar, 115
  • Reaction on Molten Copper, 460*
  • Superheater. See Superheater
  • Traps, Curtis (J. d’Este Co.), 250
  • Trials. See Trials
  • Turbines. See Turbines
  • Users’ Association. See Manchester
  • Wagons. See Motor Wagons ; Tractors bteamer Aklbasan Maru,” Performance, 186
  • Atlantic, Early, 690
  • " Berenice,” Voyage to India, 500
  • Berwindglen” and “Berwindyale,” 262
  • British Corporation Register of Shipping
  • and Aircraft, 323 1 *
  • Bulk-Freighters of Great Lakes 262
  • Cargo, British, Position of, 737
  • ” Carnarvonshire,”Explosion of Stop Valve,
  • “ City of Cambridge ” Bauer-Wach Exhaust-
  • Steam Turbine Installation, 139
  • ^Q«9^rUC*'e<d On Great Bakes during War,
  • under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 88, 513
  • Cross-Channel, “Bessemer,” “Castalia”
  • and ” Calais-Douvres,” 96*
  • Early History of, 333, 498, 690
  • Electric Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Empress of Britain,” Launch, 773
  • “ Enterprise,” History of, 498
  • —’ F,res in Bunker nnd Cargo Coal, Report,
  • Geared Turbines for. See Marine Propulsion
  • Hobson’s Bay,” Reconditioning of, 541
  • Hororata,” Pulverised-Fuel Installation, 343’
  • ” King George V,” Boiler Explosion, 453
  • Launched, Annual Statistics, 166
  • and Motorships, Operating Costs of Engine Departments, 263. See 186
  • Oil-Burning, and Motorships, Comparisons, 186. See 263
  • Passenger, Causes of Creaking, 515. See Letter, 572
  • “ Pensilva,” Explosion of Stop Valve 493
  • Pioneer, of the Atlantic Ferry, 298
  • Propulsion of. See yiarine Propulsion; Engines; Turbines; Propellers
  • Power Supply on, 835
  • Resistance of. See Ship Resistance
  • " Rimutaka,” Failure of Copper Steam Pipe, 493
  • and Sailing Ships, Early Statistics, 498
  • Stability with List, 515
  • Statendam,” Machinery and Perform¬ances, 491*, 513
  • Turbo-Electric, for Peninsular and Oriental
  • Steam Navigation Co., 139. See 513, 519*
  • “ Viceroy of India,” Turbo-Electric Drive
  • Performances, 513, 519*. See 139
  • See also Engines; Marine Propulsion ;
  • Shipbuilding; Shipping; Ships ; Turbines •
  • Warships; and Paragraph Index Steamships. See Steamers ; Ships ; Warships Steatite and Porcelain Products, Ltd.,- Stourport Factory, 632*
  • Steels, Alloy, Heat Treatment of, 141. See 422
  • Bars and Billets, Canadian Standard Specifi¬cations, 252
  • Bessemer, the Case for, 413. See Letter, 517
  • for Boiler Tubes, 473, 486
  • Chromium-Copper, Structural, Properties of. 642, 687*
  • Manganese, Properties of, 749
  • Properties of, 643, 680*
  • Coaches, Railway, 789
  • Corrosion-Resisting, for Ships, 263
  • See Corrosion
  • Fatigue of. See Alternating Stress under
  • Tests (Materials)
  • Foundry. See Foundry
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Heat Treatment of. See Jleat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • High-Tensile, Fatigue Limit and Yield
  • Point in, 231*. See 543. See Letters, 632*, 710*
  • Tensile, for St. Paul’s Cathedral Restora¬tion, 823
  • House Construction, 749
  • Industry, Waste Heat Utilisation in, 749
  • Ingots for Large Rotors, 422
  • and Iron, Import Trade, 478
  • Nickel-Bearing, Extended Use of, 750
  • Industry, and Science, 751
  • Manufacture. See Metallurgy
  • Microstructure of. See Microphotogravhs •
  • yictallography F ’
  • Mild, Fatigue Limit, and Yield Point in,
  • 231*. See 543. See Letters, 632*. 710*
  • for Naval Engineering, 473, 486
  • Nickel-Chromium, for Rotors, Properties of 421. See 141
  • Plates, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Rails. See Rails; yietal-Price Diagrams
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • Ropes. See Wire Ropes
  • Steel Sheets, Normalising and Box-Annealing of, 583*, 010
  • Piling, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 762*, 821*
  • Siemens-Martin, for Rotors, Properties of, 422. See 141
  • Specifications and Physical Properties, 749
  • Stress Distribution in. Sec Stress; Tests (Materials)
  • Structures for Buildings, Canadian Specifi¬cation, 811
  • Design of, Investigations of Building Research Board, 142
  • Simple, Practical Design of (Review), 676
  • Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • and Timber, Elementary Structural Prob¬lems in (Review), 452
  • Works Plant, Lubrication of, 749 See IForXs
  • Stephens, H. 0., on Large Power Transformers, 93
  • Sterilisation, Water, Catadyn Process, 301
  • Stevens, Col. J., Work of, 334
  • Stewart, E. G., on Functions of Coke Ovens, 742
  • Stewarts <fc Lloyds, Ltd., Craggs-Plummer Adjustable Steel Pit Prop, 212*
  • Stilgoe, H. E., on Work of the Water Engineer, 710
  • Stirling Boiler, Explosion of, 577
  • Stockdale, Dr. D., on the Composition of Eutectics, 383
  • Stockholm, Third International Congress for Applied Mechanics, 450
  • Stockton and Middlesbrough, Imports of Iron and Steel, 478
  • Stodola, Prof. A., Seventieth Birthday, Com¬memoration Volume (Review), 38
  • Stoker Firing, Barton Power Station Extension, Operating Results, 597, 684, 718, 739, 746
  • Mechanical, Multiple-Retort (Westinghouse
  • Electric and Manufacturing Co.). 121
  • Stoking, Mechanical, and Pulverised Fuel, Relative Cost, 154
  • Stoney Sluices, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 728*, 792*
  • Stop Valves. See Valves
  • Storage Lake, Amsteldiep, Zuyder Zee Reclam¬ation Works, 762*
  • and Shipment Plant, Potash, Antwerp, 305*, 365*
  • of Steam. See Steam Accumulators Stork, Dr. C. F., on Steam-Turbine Develop¬
  • ments in the Netherlands, 267
  • Stourbridge Meeting, Society of Glass Tech¬nology. See Glass Technology, Society of
  • Stove Plates, Iron, History of (Review), 191
  • Hot-Blast, Gas Burner for, 589*
  • Strain, Indicator, Airship Mooring (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 584*. See 273*
  • Meter, Huggenberger, 502*
  • See also Slress
  • Strata, Disrupted (Review), 817
  • Stream-Lining of Motor-Car Bodies, 802
  • Street Railway. See Tramways See Roads
  • Strength of Materials. See Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • Stress, Alternating and Combined. See Tests (Materials)
  • in Boiler Tubes, 474*, 527*. See Letters, 632*, 679, 711, 776
  • Calculations, Statically-Indeterminate Struc¬tures (Review), 131
  • in Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, 194*, 276*
  • Creep, in High-Temperature Steam Plant, 265*, 327*. See 772*, 785*
  • Determination in Curved Beams, Plaster Models for, 231
  • in Dished-End Drums, 190*. See Letter,
  • 517. See also, 394
  • Distributions in Notched Beams, 516
  • in Thick-Walled Cylinders under Internal Pressure, 785*
  • in High-Pressure Boiler Tubes, 407, 417
  • Initial, in Hard-Drawn Tubes, 65*
  • Internal, in Heat-Treated Alloy Steels, 141. See 412
  • in Large Rotors, 421*. See 141
  • in Lock Gates, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 339
  • in Locomotive Firebox Stays and Plates, 30
  • Optical Determination of. See Optical
  • in Passenger Ships, 515. See Letter, 572
  • Repetitions. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Safe Range of, in Mild and High-Tensile Steels, 231*. See 543. See Letteb, 632*, 710*
  • Static and Dynamic, in Railway Bridges, 754*
  • in Welded Joints, 364*, 386*
  • Working, and Ultimate Strength, Relations between, 543. See 231. See Letter, 632*, 710* in Wrought-Iron Chains, 241
  • Strickland, C. F., on Mandi Hydro-Electric Scheme, 815*
  • Strikes, See Labour ; Labour Notes Structural Engineering Industry, Position and
  • Prospects, 307
  • Engineers, Institution of, Brenforce Travel¬ling Scholarship, 604
  • Problems, Elementary, in Steel and Timber (Review), 452
  • Structures, Chromium-Copper Steel for, 642, 687*
  • Ferro-Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete
  • Marine, Deterioration in Sea Water, Report, 544
  • Statically-Indeterminate, Stress Calculations (Review), 131
  • Steel, for Buildings, Canadian Specification, 811
  • Design of, Investigations of Building Research Board, 142
  • Simple, Practical Design of (Review), 676
  • Submarine Boats. See Warships
  • Substations, Central Scotland Electricity Scheme, 599*
  • Dalmarnock, 60,000 kv.-a. Transformers, 600*
  • Hennigsdorf, Berlin, 7,500-kw. Diesel-Electric Generators, 411
  • Substations, Rocky River Hydro-Electric Plant, 07*
  • Seco, 6,000-kw., Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 137*
  • Southern Ireland Electricity Scheme, 731*
  • Yoker, Switchgear, 600*
  • Sugarloaf Dam. See Eildon Dam
  • Sugiyama, S., on Reservoirs for Hydro-Electric Power Generation, 267
  • Sullivan, H. W., Ltd., Sub-Standard Wave- meter, 87*
  • Sulphate Neutralisers and Dryers, Becker Coke-Oven Plant, Sheffield, 699*
  • Sulnhurous Fumes from Power Stations, 741
  • Sulzer, R., on Vibration in Motorships, 551*. See 529
  • Sumitomo Steel Mill Co., Ltd., Japan, 19
  • Summer Meetings of Technical Societies, Value of, 801
  • Super-Conductivity of Copper Sulphide, 324
  • Super-Pressure Steam, Generation of, 58
  • Supercharged Aero Engines, Boost Gauge for (Negretti <fc Zambra), 130 Supercharger, Biichi, for Diesel Engines, M.S.
  • " Maron,” Trials of, 280. See Letter, 323, 418 ; M.S. " Dunbar Castle,” 697
  • Supercharging in Aero Engines, 728. See Letters, 776, 838
  • Superheaters, Use on Locomotives, 626
  • for 600-lb. Pressure Yarrow Boilers, 406*. See 416
  • Tubes, Creep Phenomena in, 265*
  • for “Wood” Steam Generator, 143, 149*, 177
  • Surbiton, Telephone Charges at, 416
  • Surface Condensers. See Condensers
  • Grinding Machine. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • Surveying, Geophysical, Seismograph for (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 52*
  • Instruments (E. R. Watts & Son, Ltd.), 130
  • Surveyors, Nomograph for (Cooke, Troughton & Simms, Ltd.), 315
  • Sutherland, Sir A. M., on Position of Shipping Industry, 258
  • Swan, Hunter, & Wigham Richardson, Ltd., Floating Dock for River Ganges, 13 ; H.M. Sloop “ Folkestone,” Launch, 250 ; 5-ton Cantilever Crane, 253* ; Launch of H.M. Sloop “ Scarborough,” 379 ; Recondition¬ing of S.S. “ Hobson’s Bay,” 541; Sloop " Hindustan,” Launch, 702
  • Sweden, Electric Power Supply in, 92
  • Vaster&s Power Station, Boiler Test, 155
  • Swedish Industries Fair, Gothenburg, 509
  • State Railways, Electrification, Transmis¬sion Systems, 117
  • Swing Bridge. See Bridge
  • Swinton, A. A. C., the Late, 293
  • Swiss Federal Railways, 7,200-h.p. Electric
  • Locomotive, 509. See Addendum, 637; High-Pressure Passenger Locomotive, Operating Results, 625
  • Switches, Motor-Starting. See Motors, Electric Switchgear, Air-Break Starter for Three-Phase
  • Motors (Airedale Electrical & Manufac¬turing Co., Ltd.), 32*. See Erratum, 46
  • Alternating Current, Standard Specification, 321
  • Central Scotland Electricity Scheme, 601 *
  • Circuit-Breaker, Air-Break, for Colliery Gate Ends (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 223*
  • Breaker, Deion (Westinghouse Electric it Manufacturing Co.), 152*, 174
  • Breaker Design, 173
  • Breakers for Electric Locomotives, 723
  • Breaker, Three-Phase Oil (Harland Engineering Co., Ltd.), 557*
  • Breaker, Triple-Pole Hand-Operated (Record Electrical Co., Ltd.), 224*
  • 11,000-volt Cubicle Type (G. Ellison, Ltd.), 222*
  • Explosion-Proof, Abnormal Pressures in, 477
  • High-Power, Breaking Performance of, 173
  • Tension, Lots Road Power Station, 443
  • Ironclad (Felten <fe Guilleaume Carlswerk A.-G.), 373*
  • Rocky River Hydro-Electric Plant, 97*
  • Royal York Hotel, Toronto, 278*
  • Selector for Transformer Tap-Changer (Hackbridge Electric Construction Co., Ltd.), 217*
  • Southern Ireland Electricity Scheme, 731*
  • Switches and Circuit Breakers, Standard Specification, 54, 799
  • Three-Phase, with Air Blow-Out (Siemens-Schuckertwerke A.-G.), 376*
  • 11.000-volt, Vertical Plugging (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 221* Switzerland, Broadcasting Stations in, 385
  • Road and Rail Competition, 709
  • Sydney, Australia, Ferro-Concrete Elevated Water Reservoir, 137
  • Harbour Bridge, Erection of Main Arch Span, 495*, 533*
  • Symbols, Railway Signalling, Standard, 734
  • Symington, W., Work of, 333
  • Symonds, Capt. W., Work of, 33
  • Symons Medal, Award to Dr. G. C. Simpson, 148
  • Synchronous Condenser, Hydrogen-Cooled (General Electric Co.), 534*
  • Synthetic Fuels, Production of, 184
  • Systems, Shop. See Works Management

T.

  • TADDEI Concrete Silos, 432
  • Taintor-Gate Valves, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 592*, 663*, 791*
  • Tajlma, T., on Propelling Machinery for Trawlers, 186
  • Takcda, Prof. Y., on Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Korean Brown Coal, 184
  • Talking-Film Production, Optical Apparatus for, 823
  • Tanaka, B., on Propeller Turbines in Japan, 268
  • Tangyes, Ltd., Two-Stroke Vertical Oil Engine, 204* ; 120-ton Hydraulic Three- Plate Press, 207*
  • Tank Experiments, Resistance and Form of Towed Barges, 531
  • Tank Experiments, Wave-Making Resistance of Ships, 532
  • See also Ship Resistance
  • Froude Experimental, Research Fund Appeal, 323
  • Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • Ships, Motor. See Motor
  • Steamers. See Steamers
  • Tapsell, II. J., on Nickel-Chromium Alloys for High Temperature, 780*, 811*. See 641
  • Tar Protection against Corrosion, Experiments on, 545
  • Road, Preparation of, 742
  • Standard Specification, 71
  • Tariffs, Electrical, and load Models, 835
  • Tasmania, Paper Manufacture in, 479
  • Tata Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., Rolling-Mill Plant, 103*
  • Tate, J., & Co., Electrically-Controlled Steam Valve, 198*
  • Tawresey, Rear-Admiral J. E., on Safety of Life at Sea, 263
  • Taxation, Motor, Influence on Petrol-Engine Design, 303*, 366. See Letters, 776, 808
  • Taylor Brothers’ Steelworks, “ Wood ” Steam Generator at, 143, 149*. 177
  • Taylor, Dr. J. L., on Vibration in Ships, 529
  • Taylor, S., & Sons (Brierley Hill), Ltd., Gravity Boat Davit and Winch, 668
  • Taylor, W., on Science in Works Management, 383
  • Tazawa, M., on Water-Turbine Development in Japan, 268
  • Teaching. See Education
  • Technical College and Education. See Educa¬tion
  • Institutions and Industry, 17
  • Societies, Value of Foreign Meetings, 801 See also Institutions and Paragraph Index
  • Technology, Electrical, Worked Examples in (Review), 562 and Science, History of, International Congress, 568
  • Tee Beams, Ferro-Concrete, Design of, 591
  • Telegraph, Engine-Room, Electrically-Operated (Hopkinsons, Ltd.), 392*
  • Lines, Inductive Interference from Power Lines, 93, 351
  • Telegraphy, Pioneers of Electrical Communica¬tion (Review), 817
  • and Telephony, Including Wireless Commu¬nication (Review), 275
  • Wireless, Determining Bearings of Trans¬mitting Stations, 675
  • Direction-Finder for Aircraft, 129
  • Elements of Radio Communication (Review), 191
  • Physical Research in, 805
  • Report, Report of Radio Research Board, 467
  • Sub-Standard Wavemeter (H. W. Sulli¬van, Ltd.), 87*
  • Yosami Transmitting Station, 19
  • See also Electricity in Paragraph Index Telephone Charges at Surbiton, 416
  • Lines, Inductive Interference from Power Lines, 93, 351
  • Telephony, Micro-Ammeters for (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 54*
  • Pioneers of Electrical Communication (Review), 817
  • and Telegraphy, Including Wireless Com¬munication (Review), 275
  • Wireless, Broadcasting in Switzerland, 385
  • Elements of Radio Communication (Review), 191
  • Existence of Side-Bands, 676
  • Interference with Reception from Tram¬ways, 250
  • Physical Research in, 805
  • Report of Radio Research Board, 467
  • Rotary Transformers for Receivers, 130
  • Sub-Standard Wavemeter (H. W. Sulli¬van, Ltd.), 87*
  • See also Electricity in Paragraph Index Television, Present and Future, 343 Telford’s Work in Scotland, 501 Temperature-Regulating Apparatus, Auto¬matic (Dravton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd.), 136*
  • Controller and Recorder, Automatic (Foster Instrument Co.), 213*
  • and Recorder, Cyclic (Drayton Regu¬lator and Instrument Co., Ltd.), 214*
  • Measurement. See Pyrometer
  • Tempering. See Heat Treatment under Metal¬lurgy
  • Temple Meads Railway Station, Bristol, 605
  • Tenders, 14, 46, 78, 108, 138, 170, 200, 254, 284, 316, 346, 378, 410, 444, 478, 508, 540, 572, 604, 636, 670, 702, 734, 776, 798, 828
  • Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • Tensile Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Tensometer, Huggenberger, 502*
  • Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Terzaghi, Dr. C., Experiments on Earth Pres¬sure, 689*, 753*
  • Tesla Transformer, 750,000-volt (Metropolitan- Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 314*
  • Testing Electrical Appliances in Canada, 669
  • Equipment, Artificial Lightning (Ohio Insu¬lator Co.), 455
  • for Transmission-Line Towers, 88
  • Fuel, in Canada, 234
  • Laboratory. Sec National Physical Machine, Alternating Stress, for Laminated
  • Springs, 28*
  • Hydraulic, for Concrete Sleepers, 660
  • 30-ton and 50-ton, for Insulators, 634*
  • Tension and Torsion, 327*
  • See also Tests (Materials)
  • Materials, American Society for, X-Ray
  • Studies of Cupped Copper, by Prof. A. Phillips and G. Edmunds, 61
  • New International Association for, Ziirich Congress, 1931, 439
  • Plant, Earth Pressure, 689*, 753*
  • Set, Railway Brake, (Heatly-Gresham Engi¬neering Co,, Ltd.), 208*
  • See also Tests (Materials); Trials
  • Tests, Aeronautical. See Aeronautics
  • Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Dicol Heavy-Oil Burner, 300*
  • of High-Pressure Benson Boiler, 89*
  • Tests, Internal-Combustion Engine, Electrical Dynamometers for, 438*. See 226
  • of Ljungstrom Air-Preheaters. 155
  • 2,000-h.p. Krupp Turbine Locomotive 280* , Tests (Materials):
  • Alternating-Stress Tests, Laminated Springs, 28*
  • Tests, Lead and Alloys, 399. 423*
  • Tests, Mild and High-Tensile Steels, 231. See 54?. See Letters, 632*, 710
  • Olay, Bearing Capacity Tests, 639
  • Compression Test of Cement Mortars, 67
  • Corrosion Tests, Aluminium Brasses, 398, 554
  • Electro-Deposited Coatings, 389*, 398. See Letter, 454
  • Creep Tests, Steel under Simple and Compound Stresses, 265*, 327*
  • of Tubes and Cylinders, 772*, 785*, 818*
  • Extensometer, Iluggenberger, 502*
  • Lateral, 465*
  • Hardness Indicator, Monotron, 129, 252* Tests of Copper Alloys, 30
  • Metallic Magnesium, 394
  • Rockwell, Heat-Treated Steel Sheets, 584
  • Rolled Copper, 524*
  • Steels containing Chromium, 643, 680
  • Impact Tests, Silicon-Chromium Steel, 643, 682*
  • Mechanical Tests of Weld Metal, 427
  • Motor-Lorry Wheels, Static and Impact Tests, 95
  • Notched-Bar Impact Tests. See Impact Tests (above)
  • Oxidation Tests on Alloy Steel, 682
  • Prolonged-Stress Tests, Nickel-Chromium Alloys. 641, 782*
  • Shatter-Test Apparatus for Coke, 745
  • Strain Meter, Huggenberger, 502*
  • Strength of Materials (Review), 163
  • Stress Determination, Optical. See Optical
  • in Materials and Structures. See Stress
  • Tensile Tests, Aluminium Brasses, 398, 554
  • Bronze, 358
  • Cement Mortars, 67*
  • Copper Alloys, 30
  • Heat-Treated Steel Sheets, 584
  • at High Temperatures, 50
  • Metallic Magnesium, 394
  • Nickel-Chromium Alloys, 641, 780*, 811*
  • Roiled CoDper, 523*
  • Siemens-Martin Steel, 422
  • Steels, containing Chromium, 643, 680
  • Wrought Iron for Chains, 241
  • Zinc-Base Die-Casting Alloys, 399,
  • 429*. See Letter, 517
  • Testing Machine, Alternating-Stress, for Laminated Springs, 28*
  • Hydraulic, for Concrete Sleepers, 660
  • Impact, for Motor-Lorry Wheels, 70, 95
  • for Insulators, 634*
  • Tension and Torsion, 327*
  • Materials, New International Associa¬tion for, Zurich Congress, 1931, 439
  • Plant, Earth Pressure, 689*, 753*
  • Torque Tests, Zinc-Base Die-Casting Alloys, 399, 429*. See Letter, 517
  • Tests, Psychological, for Fitness for Work, 320
  • Static and Impact, of Motor Wheels, 95
  • “ Wood ’’ Steam Generator, 149,177
  • Text Books. See Literature Index
  • Textile Machinery Industry, Position and Prospects, 145
  • Thames Barges, Towing Experiments, 531
  • Floods Prevention, London County Council Report, 382
  • Motor Tugs, Haarlem Shipbuilding Co., 178
  • River, Blackwall Tunnel, Difficulties in Construction of, 238
  • Passenger Landing Stage, Tilbury, 678*
  • Thames Steam Tug and Lighterage Co., Ltd., Diesel-Engined Tug " Irande," 106 Thau, W. E., on Turbine Propulsion, 263
  • Theodolite, Test for Trunnion Axis, 521
  • Thermal Conductivity, Refractory Bricks, 391
  • Efficiency, Barton Power Station Exten¬sion, 597*. 684*, 718*, 739, 745 of Distribution in Steam Pipes, 579, 587* 650
  • Steam and Oil Locomotives, 110
  • of Steam Power Plants, 299, 746*
  • United States Power Plants, 154, 746*
  • Expansion Tests, Steels containing Chro¬mium, 683*
  • Storage Plant, Electrical, Northern Chro¬mium Co., Ltd., 94*
  • Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Thermionic Valves. See Valves; Telegraphy,
  • Wireless; Telephony, Wireless
  • Thermo-Junction, Vacuo (Cambridge Instru¬ment Co., Ltd.), 54
  • Technical Institute, Russia, Boiler Experi¬ments, 155
  • Thermodynamics, Callendar’s Work on, 115
  • Critical Point of Water, 1*. See 88*
  • Properties of Steam, American Researches. 257
  • Steam, High-Pressure, Operating Results,
  • Barton Power Station Extension, 597* 684*, 718*, 739, 745*
  • Properties at High Pressures and Tem¬peratures, 89*
  • Super-Pressure Steam, Generation of, 58*
  • Surface of Nitrogen, Model of, 130
  • Temperature and Pressure Losses in Steam Pipes, 587*. 650*
  • Work of Prof. A. Stodola 38
  • Thierry, J. W., on Zuyder Zee Reclamation
  • Works, 655*, 759*, 821*. See 770 See Letter, 743
  • “ Thisbe,” H.M. Destroyer, Trials of Gyro-Compass for Gunfire Control, 323
  • Thoma, Prof. D., on Hydraulic Losses in Bends, 268
  • Thompson, R. W. S., on Diversion of River Ashop, 301
  • Thorncliffe Coal Distillation, Ltd., Becker Coke-Oven Plant, 099*
  • Thornyeroft, J. I., & Co., Ltd., Endurance Test, Marine Petrol Engine, 56 ; Diesel Engined Tug '• Irande ”, 106’
  • Threads, Screw, German Tolerances (Review), 562
  • Milling and Grinding Machines, D. Brown & Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 093*
  • Rolling, 721*. See Errata, 706
  • Throttle Valve. See Valve Thrust Bearing. See Bearing
  • of Propellers. See Propellers; Aeronautics
  • Thunderclouds, Electric Field Produced by, 669
  • Tides, Authorship of Article in Encvclopcedia Britaunica, 234, 263
  • Tilbury Passenger-Landing Stage, 678*
  • Tilting Derrick, Godavery Bridge Construction, India, 161*
  • Timber Fenders, Welland Ship Canal Recon¬struction, 337*
  • Home-Grown, Green and Seasoned, Report, 667
  • Shuttering for Wall Monoliths, Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal, 68*
  • Standard Tests for, 63
  • and Steel, Elementary Structural Problems in (Review), 452
  • Unwatering Gates, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 468*
  • Time Recorder for Machines (Gent & Co., Ltd.), 215*
  • Timing Apparatus for Falling Bodies (Griffin & Tatlock, Ltd.), 87
  • Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • and Tin-plate Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Tins, Bottoming Machine for, 373*
  • Lidding Machine for, 374*
  • Tipping Gear, High-Lift, for Motor Lorries (Bromilow & Edwards, Ltd.), 618*
  • Titanium, Effect on Nickel-Chromium Alloys, 813*
  • Tobolla, J., on Influence of Load Factor on Power Production, 92 ; on Ruths Accu¬mulators in Japan, 155
  • Tohoku Imperial University, Japan, Research Institute, 20
  • Tokyo Electric Co., Research Laboratory, 19
  • Gas and Electricity for Domestic Use, 91
  • Imperial University, Research Institutes, 19
  • Sectional Meeting, World Power Conference. See World Power Conference
  • World Engineering Congress. See Engi¬neering Congress
  • Tools, Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Permanent Way, Improvements in, 787
  • Pneumatic. See Machine Tools
  • Steel. See Steel
  • Toothed Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Toronto, Royal York Hotel, Engineering Equipment of, 278*
  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers. See Warships Torsion Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Torsional Vibration of Marine Diesel Engine Shafting, 529, 551*
  • Totalisator, All-Electric (British Thomson- Houston Co., Ltd), 269*
  • Totten, A. I., on Economic Results of Railway Electrification, 117
  • Towed Barges, Resistance and Form of, 531
  • Towers, Ferro-Concrete, Den Oever Sluice
  • System, Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 821*
  • Fixed and Travelling, for Aerial Transporter, 629*
  • Gate, Ferro-Concrete, Mocassin Creek Reservoir, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 125*
  • Mooring, Airship, Cardington, 271*. See 584*
  • Airship, St. Hubert, Montreal, 842*
  • Transmission Line, Central Scotland Elec¬tricity Scheme, 603*
  • Line, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 127*
  • Line, Testing Equipment, 88
  • Townend Ring for Aero Engines, 703
  • Towns, German, Steam and Water Heating of, 185
  • Toyoda Automatic Loom Works, Nagoya, Japan, 19
  • Trackless Trolley System, Road Traction. See Railless
  • Traction, Electric. See Railways; /tailless; Tramicays
  • Tractors, Agricultural, at Paris Agricultural Machinery Exhibition, 431
  • and Motor Vehicles (Review), 162
  • Use on Railways, 757
  • Trade, Agricultural Machinery Imports and Exports, 289
  • Atlantic, Protection of, 111
  • Australian, Report on, 228
  • British Engineering Exports, Statistics, 777*
  • Exports and Empire Markets, 415
  • with Japan, 321
  • China, Report on, 288
  • Coal Exports, 258
  • Copper, Imports of, 51
  • Disputes. See Labour; Labour Notes
  • Economic Conditions in Argentina, Report,
  • 447. See Letter, 517
  • Conditions in Austria, 674
  • Conditions in East Africa, 512
  • Conditions in Poland, 770
  • Electrical Machinery, Imports and Exports, 51
  • Empire, and Canadian Budget, 632. See Erratum, 683
  • Engineering and Allied, Position and Pro¬spects, 20, 51, 82, 114, 145, 176, 229, 260 289, 307.
  • Markets of the World, 777*
  • Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • Imports of Iron and Steel 478
  • Japanese Imports and Exports, 321
  • Locomotive, British and Foreign Exports, 229
  • Machine Tool, Imports and Exports, 176
  • Machinery Imports and Exports, 20, 51,
  • 82, 114, 145, 176, 229, 260, 289, 307
  • Marine Engines, British Exports, 260
  • Trade, Motor Cycles and Cycles, Imports and Exports, 114
  • Vehicles, Imports and Exports, 82
  • New Zealand Imports and Exports, 57
  • Shipping Industry, Position of, 258
  • Textile Machinery, Imports and Exports, 145
  • Unions. See Labour; Labour Notes
  • Train Ferries, Japanese Government Railways, 117
  • See also Railway
  • Training. See Education ; Apprenticeship
  • Tramways, Electric, Interference with Broad¬cast Receptions from, 250
  • Motor Omnibuses and Raillcss-EIectric Vehicles, Relative Advantages, 228
  • See also Paragraph Index
  • Tranmere Bay Boiler Explosion, Report, 577
  • Transformation Points, Metals. See Metallurgy
  • Transformers and Air Condenser for 1,000,000-volt Testing Set (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 312*
  • Bank for High-Voltage Testing, 455*
  • 25,000 kv.-a., Barton Power Station Exten¬sion, 599
  • Central Scotland Electricity Scheme, 600*
  • Current, Bar Type (Everett, Edgcumbe & Co., Ltd.), 86
  • Development in United States, 55
  • Large, Design of, 93
  • 30,000 kv.-a. Rocky River Hydro-Electric Plant, 97*
  • Rotary, for Wireless Receivers (M.-L. Magneto Syndicate, Ltd.), 130
  • Southern Ireland Electricity Scheme, 731*
  • Tap-Changer (Hackbridge Electric Con¬struction Co., Ltd.), 217*
  • Tesla, 750,000-volt (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 314*
  • 1,000-kv. Testing, for Insulators, 634
  • Transmission Dynamometer, Simple Form, 621*. See Letters, 743, 776
  • Electric, Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Pro¬pulsion; Motor-Car Details
  • Heat, in Thick Cylinders under Pressure, 818*
  • of Power. See Marine Propulsion; Power Transmission
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics Co-Ordination of, 383
  • Institute of, Co-Ordination of Transport, by A. Davies, 82 ; Methods of Road Trans¬port, by R. H. Wilkinson, 228; Annual Dinner, 383
  • Ministry of, Experimental Road Work, 321;
  • Report on Road Traffic Census, 1928, 414;
  • Charing Cross Bridge Scheme, 640
  • Motor. See Road; Motor
  • Railway. See Railway
  • Road and Rail, Co-Ordination of, 81, 708
  • See Road; Motor ; Railless
  • Transporter, Coal, Aerial, with Travelling Tower (J. Pohlig A.-G.), 629*
  • Transverse Tests. See Tests (Materials')
  • Trap. Steam. See Steam Trap Travelling Crane. See Crane
  • Trawlers, Propelling Machinery for, 186
  • Treasury Motor-Car Taxation Formula, Fal¬lacy of, 303*, 366
  • Treaty of Naval Limitations, 575
  • Trenton Channel Power Station, Operating
  • Results, 746*
  • Trials of First “ Wood ’’ Steam Generator, 143, 149*, 177. See Letter, 263
  • See also Tests
  • Trier Bros., Ltd., Lubricators, 225
  • Trolley, Trackless, Road Traction. See Railless
  • Wires, Regulations for Use in Mines, 380
  • Tropics, Health in, Lectures on, 321
  • Trucks, Railway. See Wagons See also Bogie
  • Tsurumi Factory, Shibaura Engineering Works, Ltd., 18
  • Tubes, Boiler, Gilled, for Combustion Cham¬bers, 421*
  • Heat Transmission through, 143, 149
  • Naval, Materials for, 473*, 486
  • and Superheater, 600-lb. Pressure Yar¬row Boiler, Stresses in, 407, 416
  • Thickness of, 527*. See Letters, 632*, 679, 711, 776
  • Brass and Copper, Hard-Drawn, Initial Stresses in, 65*
  • Condenser, Leather Bullets for Cleaning, 718*
  • Naval, Materials for, 473*, 486
  • Murray Fin, in “ Wood ’’ Steam Generator, 143, 149*
  • Railways. See Underground Railways
  • Sounding, Ridge Formation in, 676
  • Superheater, Creep Phenomena in, 265*
  • Thick, Temperature and Pressure Stresses in, 527*. See Letters 632*, 679, 711, 776 under High Pressure and Temperature, 772*, 785*, 818* See also Pipes
  • Tug, Diesel-Engined, “ Irande ” (J. I. Thorny¬croft & Co., Ltd.), 106*
  • Motor, Thames, Haarlem Shipbuilding Co., 178
  • Tungsten, Effect on Nickel-Chromium Alloys, 811*
  • Tunisian Railway, Oil-Electric Locomotive, 624
  • Tunnel, Blackwall, Difficulties in Construction, 238
  • Cable, under River Hooghly, 124
  • Channel, Committee’s Report, 381
  • Construction, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 125*
  • Hudson River, Difficulties in Construction, 238
  • Kiln, Porcelain Insulator Manufacture, 634*
  • Mandi Hydro-Electric Scheme, 815
  • Turbine Blading, Naval, Materials for, 475, 486
  • Exhaust-Steam, Bauer-Wach, 139, 156
  • Hydraulic, Francis, Development of, 267
  • Propeller Type, in Japan, 268
  • Propeller and Kaplan Types, 268
  • Use in Japan, 268
  • 33,300-h.p., Vertical, Rocky River Hydro- Electric Plant, 97*
  • See also Power Plant
  • Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal
  • Turbine, Steam, 20,000-kw. Accumulator, Char¬lottenburg, 764*
  • Application to Bore-Hole Pumping, 713*. 751*, See 710
  • Back-Pressure, 267
  • 40,000-kw., Barton Power Station Ex¬tension, Operating Results, 598* 684*, 718*, 739, 745
  • Blading for. See Blading Compound, Single-Reduction Gearing, 500*
  • Development by General Electric Co., 156
  • Geared, 2,000-h.p., Zoelly, for Krupp Loco¬motive (Escher, Wyss & Co.), 280*
  • 500-kw. Impulse (Greenwood & Batley, Ltd.), 779*. See Erratum. 798
  • Impulse, for Rotary Feed Pump (G. & J. Weir, Ltd.), 683*
  • Ljungstrom, 156
  • Locomotive, Progress of, 623
  • 15,000-kw., Lots Road Power Station, 443
  • Marine, Geared, and Turbo-Electric Drive, Comparisons, 263
  • Marine, S.S. “ Statendam, 491*, 613
  • Report on Nozzles Research, 291*, 296*. 361*. See 319, 329
  • Overstressed Discs of, 142. See 422
  • Progress in United States, 56
  • Radial-Flow, for Large Outputs, 156
  • 150-h.p., Single-Wheel (Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co.), 247*
  • Super-Pressure Steam for, 58*
  • 12,500-kw., Super-Pressure, Billingham Power Station, 350
  • Theory of (Review), 806
  • for Water Works, Economics of, 809*, 839*
  • Work of Prof. A. Stodola, 38
  • 2,250-kw., York Street Mills, Belfast, 797*
  • Zoelly, High-Pressure, 267
  • Zoelly, for Locomotives, 266
  • See also Turbo-Generators
  • Steamers. See Steamers; Warships
  • Turbo-Electric System, Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • Generator, 40,000-kw., Barton Power Station Extension, Operating Results, 598*, 684*, 718*, 739, 745
  • Large, Safety in, 421*. See 141
  • 15,000-kw., Lots Road Power Station, 443
  • Refrigerating Plant for, 268
  • Set, 500-kw. (Greenwood & Batley, Ltd.), 779*. See Erratum, 798
  • Steels for Rotors, 141. See 422
  • 2,250-kw., York Street Mills, Belfast, 797*
  • Turbulence, Gas, Effect on Cast Alloys, 357*, 384
  • Turning. See Machine Tools
  • Turret Lathes. See Lathes under Machine Tools
  • Tyne Commission Quay, North Shields, 332
  • u.
  • U.G.I. Contracting Co., Rocky River Hydro- Electric Development, 35*, 97*
  • Uganda and Kenya Railways and Harbours, Report, 82
  • Uhl River, North India, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 815*
  • Undercutting Tool, Well Foundation, Godavery Bridge, India, 160*
  • Underground Railways, London, and Charing Cross Bridge Scheme, 114
  • London, Reconstruction of Lots Road Power Station, 443*
  • Unemployment. See Labour
  • Union-Castle Mail Steamship Co., Ltd., M.S. “ Dunbar Castle," 697
  • Unions, Trade. See Labour; Labour Notes
  • United States Bureau of Mines, Report on Efficiency of Grinding Mills, 24 ; Signalling from Cages In Mines, 54 ; Butane and Propane for Carburation of Water Gas, 148 ; Coal-Washing Investigations, 196; Investigation on Physiological Factors in Mine Ventilation, 295; Report on Acci¬dents in Petroleum Industry, California, 324 ; Regulations for Use of Trolley Wires in Mines, 380 ; Report on Abnormal Pres¬sures in Explosion-Proof Electrical Equip¬ment, 477 ; Data on Metal-Mine Ventila¬tion in 1929, 536; Effect of Abnormal Air Conditions on Mine Workers, 536; Experiments on Purification of Bauxite, 571 ; Report on Re-Forming Natural Gas in Water-Gas Generators, 679 ; Centrifugal Concentration, Theory and Experimental Results, 775
  • Bureau of Roads, Investigation of Im¬pact Reactions of Motor-Lorry Wheels, 69, 95
  • Bureau of Standards, Researches on Properties of Steam, 257
  • Bureau of Statistics, Wages and Hours in Coal and Iron Industries, 252
  • Early Steamboats in, 333
  • Electric Power Stations, Operating Results, 746*
  • Electric Power in, 92,124, 268
  • Electric Power Supply, Voltage and Frequency, 268
  • Government, Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, 193*, 276*, 368*
  • Great Lakes Bulk-Freighters, 262
  • High Buildings in, 581
  • Manufacture of Refractory Materials in, 525
  • Motor Taxation Formula, 303*, 366
  • Navy. See United States under Warships
  • Progress in Electrical Engineering, 55
  • Public Health Reports, Treatment of
  • Sewage by Stream-Flow Aeration, 504
  • Rail and Road Competition, 708
  • Railways, Advances in, 626
  • Railway Electrification in, 117
  • Railways, Internal-Combustion Engine Locomotives on, 117
  • Railways. See also Railways ; Railroads
  • Rainfall and Hydro-Electric Power, 124

United States, Shipbuilding on Great Lakes during War, 202

  • Steam Power Station Practice in, 154 See also America
  • Units, Metric, Conversion to British Units, 20
  • Universal Grinding Machine. See Grinding
  • Machine under Machine Tools University College, London (1826-1926) (Re¬view), 98
  • London, Goldsmid Engineering Scholar¬ship, 88
  • of Illinois, Memoir on Plaster Models for Stress Determination, 231
  • of Leeds, and Gas Research, 742
  • of Michigan, Investigation of Bearing Capacity of Clays, 638; Wind-Tunnel Experiments on Motor Cars, 802
  • of Tokyo, Research Institutes, 19 See also Education
  • Unwatering Gates, Timber, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 408*
  • Unwin, M. E., the Late, 508
  • Uplift, Hydrostatic, under Masonry Dams, 181*, 235*
  • Uytborch, E., on Production of Electrical Energy in Belgium, 92
  • V.
  • VACUUM Furnace, Large Induction, 781*
  • Pump. See Pump
  • Separating System, Pulverised Fuel, 826*
  • Tube. See also Valves, Thermionic; Tele¬graphy, Wireless ; Telephony, Wireless Valves, Admission, Accumulator Steam Tur¬bine, 766*
  • Gas, Automatic, Airship " R.101 ”, 273*
  • Gear, Locomotive, Beardmore-Caprotti, London & North Eastern Railway, 133*
  • Rotary Cam Poppet, for Locomotives (Lentz Patents, Ltd.), 39*
  • Types used on Locomotives, 626
  • High-Pressure, Electrical Operating Gear for (Limitorque Corporation), 249*
  • Intake and Discharge, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 592*, 663*
  • Needle, Coolidge Multiple-Dome Dam, 370*
  • Parallel-Slide (Kelly Co.), 250
  • Steam, Electrically-Controlled (J. Tate & Co.), 198*
  • Multiport, Back-Pressure (Cochrane Cor¬poration), 120*
  • Stop, Cast-Iron, Explosion of, 453
  • Explosions in S.S. “ Carnarvonshire ” and S.S. “ Pensilva,” 493
  • High-Pressure, Toggle-Operated (Schutte & Koerting Co.), 652*
  • 7-in., 1,350-lb. Pressure (Edward Valve and Manufacturing Co.,), 249*
  • 1,350-lb. Pressure (Lunkenheimer Co.), 75*
  • Thermionic, Development of, 805
  • See also Telegraphy, Wireless; Tele¬phony, Wireless and Valve Gear. See also Engines
  • Vanadium, Effect on Nickel-Chromium Alloys, 812*
  • Vancouver and Peace River Railway, Pro¬posed, 255
  • Vandyke Brown, Standard Specification, 509
  • Vapours and Liquids, Properties of, 1*. See 88*
  • Variable Speed Gear. See Gear; Motor-Car Details
  • Viisterfts Power Station, Boiler Test, 155
  • Vat, Mixing, for Porcelain Insulator Manufac¬ture, 633*
  • Vehicles, Mechanical Transmission of Power on, 835
  • Ventilating System, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, 278*
  • Ventilation, Mine and General, Physiological Problems in, 295
  • and Dust Suppression in Factories, Report, 577
  • Mine and Works, 536
  • Viaducts, Kent and Leven, Reconstruction, 426
  • Liskeard, Reconstruction of, 425 See also Bridge
  • Vibration in Ships, Causes and Prevention, 529, 551*
  • Testing Machine for Insulators, 635
  • Vibrometer for Seismograph (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 52*
  • ” Viceroy of India,” Turbo-Electric Liner, Performances, 513, 519*
  • Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., H.M. Fleet Repair Ship " Resource ” 12* ; Turbo-Electric Liners for Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., 139 ; Trials of H.M. Destroyer “ Arrow," 478; H.M. Submarines “ Regulus,” " Regent ” and ” Rover,” Launch, 799
  • Victoria, Australia, Eildon Dam, Failure of, 134
  • Lake, Traffic on, 82
  • Viozone, Ltd., Pyroversum Pyrometer, 379
  • W.
  • WADDELL, W., the Late, 604
  • Wadkin & Co., 9-in. Hand-Feed Planing nnd Jointing Machine, 748*
  • Wages. See Labour
  • Wagons, Motor. See Motor Wagons; Tractors
  • Railway, Braking in Marshalling Yards, 724
  • 80-ton, for 3-ft. Gauge (Bnguley (Engi¬neers), Ltd.), 102*
  • Wall, A. T., on Co-Operation between Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, 482
  • Construction, Ferro-Concrete, Entrance
  • Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal, 6
  • Welland Ship Canal, 157*. 241
  • Core, Concrete, Impounding Dam, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 791*
  • Ferro-Concrete, Mocassin Creek Dam, Hetcli Hetchy Water Supply, San Fran¬cisco, 125*
  • Wall Monoliths,Timber Shuttering for, Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal, 68*
  • Retaining, Fifteen-Mile Falls Power Scheme, 689*
  • Wallsend Slipway «fc Engineering Co., Ltd., Bauer-Waeh Exhaust-Steam Turbine, S.S. •' City of Cambridge,” 139
  • Walsh Island Dockyard, New South Wales, Floating Dock, 283*. See Addendum, 410
  • Walton Pumping Station, Economics of Reciprocating Engines and Turbines, 840
  • Hall Avenue, Liverpool, Replacement of Railway Bridge, 696*
  • Wanderwerke A.-G., Milling Machine, 374*
  • War Work of Great Lakes Shipyards, 262
  • Ward-Leonard System of Electric Winch Con¬trol, 483
  • Warehouses for Potasli Storage, Antwerp, 305*, 365*
  • Warfare, Naval. Sec Warships
  • Warren Frequency Meter for Power Stations, 86

Warships:

  • Admiralty and Early Steam Vessels, 498
  • Director of Naval Construction, History of Office, 33
  • Cruiser Strength and Treaty of Naval Limitations, 111, 575
  • Destroyer Strength and Treaty of Limita¬tions, 111, 575
  • Flotilla Leaders, Italian, Trials, 530, 568
  • French Navy and Treaty of Naval Limita¬tions, 111, 575
  • Submarine “ Diane,” Launch, 671
  • German Battleship “ Ersatz Preussen,”175*
  • Navy, Submarine Campaign of, 113
  • H.M. Destroyer " Active,” 347
  • “ Antelope,” 536
  • ” Anthony,” Trials, 196
  • ” Arrow,” Trials, 478
  • “ Blanche,” Launch, 744
  • “ Boreas,” Launch, 798
  • “ Thisbe,” Trials of Gyro-Compass
  • for Gunfire Control, 323
  • Fleet Repair Ship ” Resource,” 12*
  • Navy, Materials for Naval Engineering, 473*, 486
  • Royal Corps of Naval Constructors, Annual Dinuer, 199
  • Surveyors and Constructors of, 33
  • Ship “ Lightning,” History of, 498
  • “ Rhadamanthus,” Atlantic Voyage of, 691
  • Sloop ” Scarborough,” Launch, 379
  • " Folkestone," Launch, 250
  • Submarines “ Regulus,” " Regent,” and “ Rover,” Launch, 799
  • Italian Navy, Cruiser and Destroyer Strength, 111
  • Trials of Flotilla Leaders, 530, 568
  • Japanese Navy and Treaty of Naval Limi¬tations, 111, 575
  • Naval Engineering History, 333, 498
  • Limitations, Treaty of, 575
  • Powers, Cruiser and Destroyer Strength, 111, 575
  • and Shipping Annual, Brassey’s (Re¬view), 500
  • Royal Indian Marine Sloop “ Hindustan," Launch, 702
  • Submarine Crews, Escape Dress for, 259
  • Large, Design of, 484. See Letter, 776
  • Stability of, 484. See Letter, 776
  • Strength and Treaty of Limitations, 575
  • Theory of Compressed-Air Discharge from Reservoirs, 515
  • Warfare, Protection Against, 113
  • United States Aeroplane Carrier “ Sara¬toga,” Trial Trip Data, 263
  • Cruiser " Salt Lake City,” Boilers of, 262
  • Navy and Treaty of Naval Limita¬tions, 575
  • See also Naval in Paragraph Index Washington Jubilee Meeting, American Society
  • of Mechanical Engineers, 545
  • Waste Heat Utilisation in Steel Industry, 749
  • Weir, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 727*
  • Watanabe, K., on Coal Resources of Japan, 183
  • Water Board, Derwent Valley, Diversion of River Ashop, 301
  • Rand, Annual Report, 351
  • Chlorinator (Royles, Ltd.), 216*
  • Critical Point of, 1*. See 88*
  • Engineers, Institution of, Award of Prizes, 347 ; London Meeting : Presidential Ad¬dress, on Work of the Water Engineer, by H. E. Stilgoe, 710 ; Selection and Opera¬tion of Pumping Machinery for Water¬works Purposes, by F. E. F. Durham, 809*, 839*. See 710 ; Steam Turbine as Applied to Borehole Pumping, by J. F. Haseldine, 713*, 751*, 710 ; Annual Dinner, 710
  • Work of, 710
  • Friction. See Hydrodynamics; Ship Resis¬tance.
  • Gas, Carburation with Butane and Propane, 148
  • Generators, Re-Forming Natural Gas in, 679
  • Heaters. See Feed-Water Heaters
  • Reservoir, Elevated, Ferro-Concrete, Sydney Australia, 137
  • Rights, Problems Relating to, 805
  • Sea, Concrete Hardening in, 67*
  • Softening Plant, Royal York Hotel, Toronto, 279*
  • Solvent Power at High Temperature, 258
  • Sterilisation, Catadyn Process, 301
  • Supply, Assessment of Compensation Water, 832
  • Domestic, De-Aerator for (Cochrane Cor¬poration), 120*
  • Hetcli Hetchy, San Francisco 125*. See 252
  • of Perth, Western Australia, 484
  • Scheme, Kano, Nigeria, 114
  • Steam Turbines for Bore-Hole Pumping, 713*, 751*. See 710 See also Irrigation
  • Water, Total Heat of, American Researches, 257
  • Tube Boiler. Sec Boiler
  • Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic; Power Plant
  • Works, Selection and Operation of Pump¬
  • ing Machinery for, 710, 809*. 839 See also Water Supply and Paragraph
  • Index
  • Waterless Gasholder, Ipswich, 742
  • Waterloo Station, Southern Railway, Facili¬ties for Underground Passengers, 114; Site for, 040
  • Waterside Power Station, Data on, 299
  • Waterways. See Rivers ; Canals
  • Watson, Prof. D. M. S., on Flight of Ptero¬dactyls, 043
  • Watsons (Metallurgists), Ltd., 30-ton Electric Steel-Melting Furnace, 300*
  • Watts, E. R., <& Son, Ltd., Surveying Instru¬ments, 130
  • Wave-Making Resistance of Ships. See Ship Resistance Mechanics nnd Nuclear Research, 371*, 438* 470*
  • and Radioactive Transmutation, 549*
  • Seismic and Aerial, Produced by Meteor, 669
  • Wavemeter, Sub-Standard (H. W. Sullivan, Ltd.), 87*
  • Wearham Portable Piano Player, 180
  • Weather Cycles and Weather Recurrences, 148
  • See Meteorology Webb Concrete Gun, 120*
  • Weeks, E. G., on Low-Temperature Distillation in Relation to Power Production, 184
  • Weighing Machines, Sack, Potash Shipment Plant, Antwerp, 365*
  • Weilding, H., Electrification of York Street Mills, Belfast, 795*
  • Weir, G. & J., Ltd., High-Pressure Air Com¬pressors, 506* ; Rotary Feed Pump with Steam and Electric Drive, 683*
  • Weirs, Regulating and Safety, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 157*, 725*, 790*
  • Waste, Welland Ship Canal Reconstruction, 727*
  • Welding, Arc, Lincoln Prize Papers (Review), 452 of Chains, 241
  • Engineers, Institution of, Training of
  • Operators in the Welding and Cutting Industries, by S. Ryder, 349. See 387
  • Fusion, Proposed Regulations, 382, 387, 427*
  • Machine, Arc (A. Reyrolle <& Co., Ltd.), 225*
  • Operatives, Training of, 349, 387
  • Welds, Fusion, for Unflred Pressure Vessels, 349, 353, 362*, 382, 386*. 394*, 427 Welland Ship Canal, Canada, Reconstruction,
  • 157*, 241*, 336*, 400*, 468*, 592*, 663*, 711*, 725*, 790*
  • Wellington Harbour, New Zealand, 779
  • Wells, Foundation, Dredging Gear, Godavery Bridge, India, 160*
  • Drainage, Foundation, Entrance Lock, Ymuiden, North Sea Canal, 4*
  • Pumps, Steam-Turbine Driven, 713*, 751*. See 710
  • Wemyss, Lord, Presidential Address to Insti¬tution of Naval Architects, 484
  • Werkspoor, Ltd., Pumping Machinery, Medem¬blik and Leemans Pumping Stations, 656*, 761*. See Letter, 743
  • West Bromwich, Kenrick Technical College, Engineering Shop and Foundry, 60* Western Australia, Water Supply of Perth, 484
  • Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., Mechanical Stoker, 121* ; Deion Circuit Breaker, 152*, 174; 150-h.p. Single-Wheel Steam Turbine, 247* ; Motor-Car Parking Machine, 814*
  • Wharf Cranes. See Cranes
  • Crib-Work, Concrete, Harbour Works, Fort Churchill, Canada, 71
  • Wheels, Gear. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Motor-Lorry, Impact Forces from, 69, 95
  • Turning Lathe (W. Hegenscheidt A.-G.) 342*
  • Whipple, F. J. W., on the Great Siberian Meteor, 669
  • Whipple, R. S., on English Instrument Makers of the Eighteenth Century, 772
  • White, C. M., on a Simple Transmission Dynamometer. 621*. See Letters, 743, 776
  • Metal. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Star Motor Liner “ Britannic," 836
  • Whitfield, R., on Normalising and Box-Annealing of Sheets. 583*. See 610
  • Whitworth Scholarships, Regulations, 734
  • Society, Annual Dinner, 416
  • Wlberg, O., on Radial-Flow Turbines for Large Outputs, 156
  • Wigley, W. C., on Ship-Wave Resistance, 532
  • Wild-Barfield Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Ex¬hibits at Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 128
  • Wilkinson, R. H., on Road Transport, 228
  • Williams, C. J. R., on Lyttelton Harbour, New Zealand, 332
  • Willwood Dam, Wyoming, Uplift Diagram, 182
  • Wimperis, H. E., on Spin in Aeroplanes, 674
  • Winches, Electric, H.M. Fleet Repair Ship “ Resource," 13
  • for Ships, Control Systems, 483
  • Electro-Hydraulic, Airport of St. Hubert, Montreal, 844
  • Hand and Electric, for Gravity Davit (S. Taylor & Sons (Brierley Hill), Ltd., 668*
  • Wind Power, Utilisation of, 268
  • Resistance of Motor Cars, 802
  • Tunnels. See Aeronautics
  • Windlasses, Electric, for Ships, Control Systems, 483
  • Winnipeg Airway Beacon, 701
  • Winsor, F. A., Centenary of, 740
  • Wire, Copper, for Electrical Machinery, Standard Specification, 57
  • Rope Fenders, Welland Ship Canal Locks, 157
  • Ropeway for Aerial Coal Transporter, 629
  • Construction of Nag Hamadi Barrage, River Nile, 252
  • Lidgerwood, Hetch Hetchy Water Supply, San Francisco, 125*
  • Wire, Trolley, Regulations for Use in Mines, 380
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • Wiring Rules Committee, Australian, 507
  • Telephony. See Telephony
  • Witts, F. J., & Co., Wire-Drawing Dies, 130
  • Wohler’s Tests. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Women's Engineering Society, Pamphlet on Training Facilities for Women, 504
  • " Wood ’’ Steam Generator, Experiences with, 143, 149*. 177. See LETTER, 203
  • Woodall-Duckham Vertical Retort and Oven Construction Co. (1920), Ltd., Becker Coke-Oven Plant, 099*
  • Woodworking Machinery Co., Inc., Combina¬tion Woodworking Machine, 688* See Machine Tools
  • Woolwieli Research Department Investigations on Aluminium Brasses, 398, 554* ; Exhibits at Royal Society Conversazione, 644
  • Royal Ordnance Factories, Production and Distribution of Steam in, 585*, 579, 618*, 650*
  • Working-Class Houses, Financial Provision, 707

Works:

  • Brentford Works, Pyrene Co., Ltd., Open¬ing, 703
  • Gear-Cutting Works (D. Brown & Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., 559*, 693*. See Erratum, 744
  • Power Transmission in Workshops, 835
  • Stourport Factory, Steatite and Porcelain Products, Ltd., 632*
  • Ventilation Problems in Works, 536
  • York Street Flax-Spinning and Weaving Co., Ltd., Electrification of Mills, 795
  • Works Management, Industrial and Commer¬cial Administration, Course at Leicester, 860
  • Science in, 383
  • Works of D. Brown & Sons (Hudders¬field), Ltd., 696. See Erratum, 744
  • Workshops, Power Transmission in, 836
  • Training. See Apprenticeship ; Education
  • See also Works ; Machine Tools
  • World Engineering Congress in Japan. See Engineering Congress
  • Markets of, 777*

World Power Conference, Berlin:

  • Visits and Excursions, 449
  • Preliminary Review, 608
  • Registration Date, 671
  • Inaugural Proceedings, 804
  • Report on Electricity in the Household and Agriculture, 804
  • Report on Production and Preparation of Solid Fuels, 804
  • Report on Problems Relating to Water Rights, 805
  • Physical Space and the Ether Problem, by Prof. A. Einstein, 805
  • Report on Electricity in Crafts and In¬dustry, 833
  • Report on Fuel, Power and Heat Eco¬nomies in Individual Countries, 834
  • Report on Research Work, 834
  • New Forms of Rationalisation, by Prof. D. Serruys, 834
  • Report on World Problems of Power Supply Economics, 834
  • Report on Standardisation Problems and Rationalisation of Statistics, 834
  • Report on Education, 834
  • Report on Three-Dimensional Load Models and Current Tariffs, 835
  • Report on Economic Problems of High- Temperature Distillation, 835
  • Report on Power Supply on Ships, 835
  • Report on Gas Markets, 835
  • Report on Individual Problems of Power
  • Supply in Different Countries, 835
  • Report on Mechanical Transmission of Power on Vehicles and in Work¬shops, 835
  • Place of Minerals in a Power-Sustained World, by Dr. H. F. Bain, 836

World Power Conference (Tokyo Sectional Meeting) :

  • Visits and Excursions, 18
  • Summaries of Papers, 91, 117, 154, 183, 267
  • Central Heating of Towns :
  • Problems of Town Heating in Germany,
  • by W. Ellrich, 185 Diesel Engines :
  • Development of Marine Diesel Engines, by H. H. Blache, 184
  • Developments of the Diesel Motor in Germany, by Dr. A. Nagel, 185
  • Diesel Engine in Japan, by M. Ino, 186
  • Oil-Burning Steamships and Motorships, by T. Kawamura, 185
  • Steam Engines and Diesel Engines for Trawlers, by T. Tajima, 186
  • Electrical Engineering :
  • Refrigerating Plants for Cooling Turbo-Generators, by L. Neu, 268
  • Utilisation of Wind Power, by L. Neu, 268
  • Voltage and Frequency, by R. E. Arger- singer, 268
  • Mechanical Degree of Safety in Large Turbo-Generators, by H. Rickli, 421*. Seo 141
  • Electricity and Gas Supply :
  • Gns and Electricity for Domestic Use in
  • Tokyo, by K. Gotoh, 91
  • Municipal Electric and Gas Enterprises in Japan, by K. Ogura, 92
  • Electric Power Enterprise of Japan, by S. Maehara and H. Mori, 92
  • Japan’s Hydro-Electric Power, by C. Mori, 92
  • Fusenko Hydro-Electric Power Plant, by K. Moritza and Y. Kubota, 92
  • Production of Electrical Energy in Bel¬gium, by E. Uytborch, 92
  • World Power Conference ( Tokyo Sectional Meeting)—continued.
  • Recent Economic Developments of Elec¬tric Power, by E. W. ltice, 92
  • Household and Rural Electrification in Sweden, by W. L). Borquist, 92
  • Influence of Load Factor on Economy of Power Production, by J. Tobolla, 92
  • Mercury Inverter, by R. Mitsuda, 92 High-Voltage Mercury Arrester, by R. Mitsuda, 93
  • Bnlance between the Generation and De¬mand for Energy, by J. Gastpar, 93
  • Large Power Transformers, by F. r. Brand and II. O. Stephens, 93
  • Lightning and Power Transmission Lines, by M. C. Dauzere, 93
  • Interference of Power Lines on Aerial Com¬munication Lines and Radio Recep¬tion, by It. Mitsuda and K. Kanaya, 93
  • Fuel, Coal and Oil. Carbonisation :
  • Coal Resources of Japan, by K. Watanabe, 183
  • Transportation and Distribution of Coal in Japan, by K. Nanjo, 183
  • Petroleum Resources of Japan, by Y. Chitani, 184
  • Japan’s Oil Consumption for Power Uses, by K. Hasliiiuoto, 184
  • Soft Coal as Domestic Fuel, by A. Naito, 184
  • Low-Temperature Carbonisation of Korean Brown Coal, by l’rof. Y. Takeda and Prof. M. Kamo, 184
  • Low-Temperature Distillation and Power Production, by E. H. Smythe and E. G. Weeks, 184
  • Synthetic Fuels and Lubricating Oils, by Prof. A. W. Nash, 184
  • Power Supply of the Russian Industries, by S. A. Koukel-Krajewsky, 184
  • Combustion of Low-Grade Fuels in Russia, by Prof. L. K. Ramzin, 184
  • Hydraulic Turbines:
  • Development of the Francis Turbine, by J. Moser and E. Seitz, 267
  • Propeller and Kaplan Turbines, by Dr. W. Hahn, 268
  • Water Turbine Development in Japan, by M. Tazawa, 268
  • Utilisation of Low-Head Power Plants, by M. Hayashi, 268
  • Propeller Turbines in Japan, by B. Tanaka, 268
  • Hydraulic Losses in Bends, Elbows, Forks and Tees, by Prof. D. Thoma, 268
  • Marine Propulsion :
  • Developments of the Exhaust-Steam Tur¬bine, by Dr. G. Bauer, 156
  • High-Pressure Steam for Marine Propul¬sion, by A. Spyer, 156
  • Ship Propulsion as Influenced by Modern Power-Plant Engineering, by A. Ken¬nedy, Jr., and R. A. Beckman, 146
  • Materials :
  • Creep of Steel under Simple and Compound Stresses, by R. W. Bailey, 265*, 327*. See 772*, 785*, 818*
  • Pulverised Coal:
  • Developments in Pulverised-Coal Firing, by R. Jackson, 184
  • Pulverised Fuel and its Applications, by Dr. G. E. K. Blythe, 184
  • Pulverised Fuel for Boilers and Metallur¬gical and Chemical Processes, by H. W. Hollands and E. C. Lowndes, 185
  • Railway Electrification and Operation:
  • Transmission Plants for Railway Electrifi¬cation of Swedish State Railways, by I. Ofverholin, 177
  • Economic Results of Railway Electrifica¬tion, by A. I. Totten, 117
  • Twelve Funicular Railways of Japan, by E. Otsuka and Y. Hashiguchi, 117
  • Train Ferries of Japanese Government Railways, 117
  • Internal-Combustion Engines in North American Rail Transportation, by A. H. Candee, 117
  • Reservoirs and Dams :
  • Reservoirs for Hydro-Electric Power Generation, by S. Sugiyama, 267
  • Safety and Watertightness of Dams, by Dr. N. Kelen, 267. See Erratum, 411
  • Steam Generation :
  • Thermal Electric Plant, by F. S. Clark 145
  • High-Pressure Steam, by F. H. Rosen¬crants, 154
  • Main Principles of Efficient Boiler-Plant Design, by Prof. L. K. Ramzin, 154
  • Relation between Furnace Heating Surface and Total Heating Surface in a Boiler, by Prof. T. Lindmark, 155
  • Regenerative Principle as applied to Air Preheaters, by C. A. Jacobsen, 155
  • Tests of Ljungstrom Air Preheaters, by A. Lysholm and H. Edenholm, 155
  • High Pressure and Temperature in Power Generation, by G. A. Orrok, 299
  • Steam and Hydro-Electric Plant:
  • Joint Operation of Hydro-Electric and Steam Power Plants, by S. Fukumaka. 154
  • Parallel Operation of Hydraulic and Steam Power in Central Japan, by I. Hirose, 145
  • Planning the Shinano-Gawa Hydraulic Power Plant and the Tokyo Steam- Power Station, 154
  • Steam Locomotive Development:
  • Zoelly Turbo-Locomotive, by Dr H Zoelly, 266
  • Heat Economy of the Steam Locomotive, by J. Buchli, 266
  • Steam Practice:
  • High-Pressure Steam in German Power Stations, by Dr. X. Mayer, 267
  • Two High-Pressure Zoelly Steam Turbines, by F. Flatt. 267
  • Developments of Electric Power Plants in Germany, by Prof. W. Bauer, 267
  • Back-Pressure and Bleeder Steam Tur¬bines, by Prof. E. A. Kraft, 267
  • Steam-Turbine Developments in the Netherlands, by Dr. C. F. Stork, 267
  • Steam Storage:
  • Ruths Accumulators in the Power Indus¬try, by Dr. J. C. Ruths, 155
  • Ruths Accumulator in Modern Steam Raising, by Prof, von E. Josse, 156
  • Storage of Steam, by Dr. E. G. Ritchie, 155
  • Ruths Steam Accumulator in Japan, by J. Tobolla, 155
  • Steam Turbine Developments:
  • Steam Turbine Development by the General Electric Co., Schenectady, by E. L. Robinson, 156
  • Double-Rotation and Axial Flow Turbines, by M. T. Lindhagen and A. Lysholm, 156
  • Radial-Flow Turbines for Large Outputs by 0. Wiberg, 156
  • World Problems of Power Supply, 834
  • Worm Gear. See Gear; Gearing
  • Wright, L., on Protective Value of Electro-Deposited Coatings, 389*, 398. See LETTER, 454
  • Lecture on Progress of Aircraft Engines, 738. See LETTERS, 776, 838
  • Wrought Iron. See Iron

X.

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

Y.

  • YARDS, Marshalling, Speed Control in, 724
  • Yarrow Boilers, 600-lb. Pressure, Design and Performance, 400*. Seo Letters, 487,
  • 519, 571
  • Yawata, Japanese Government Steel Works, 19
  • Year Books. See Literature Index
  • Ymuiden Entrance Lock, North Sea Canal, 3*. 67*
  • Yoker Substation, Switchgear, 600*
  • York Street Flax-Spinning and Weaving Co.,
  • Ltd., Belfast, Electrification of Mills, 795
  • Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Co., Boiler and Engine for Steam Rail Coach, 716* Yosomi Wireless Station, Japan, 19
  • Yunnan, Mineral Resources of, 32

Z

  • ZEISS, C., Exhibits at Physical and Optical Societies' Exhibition, 130 ; Optical Measur¬ing Machine, 230.* See 285
  • Zeppelin Airships. See Airships under Aero¬nautics
  • Zinc Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Corrosion of, 134
  • Diffusion in Copper, 308
  • Doler, Properties of, 122
  • Electro-Deposited, Protective Value of, 389*, 398
  • Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Zoelly, Dr. H., on the Zoelly Turbine Locomo¬tive, 206
  • Steam Turbines, High-Pressure, 267
  • Zurich Congress, 1931, of New International Association for Testing Materials, 439
  • Meeting of Institute of Metals. See Metals, Institute of
  • Zuyder Zee Reclamation Works, 655*, 759* 770, 821*
  • Zweigbergk, T. von, the Late, 418