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Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General

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Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General
Engineering 1934 Jan-Jun: Index: General

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GENERAL INDEX. (Illustrated Subjects are Marked with an Asterisk after the Number of the Page.)

  • ABBORFORS Hydro-Electric Station, Finland, 5, 27*
  • Abell, Sir W., Train Ferry. “Twickenham Ferry,” 453*
  • Aberdeen Meeting, British Association, Proposed Papers on Motor-Car Noises, 295, 297; Programme, Section G (Engineering), 709

Accidents :

  • Breakdown of 5,000-kW Turbo-Generator, Report, 407
  • Coal-Dust Explosions in Mines, Investigations in United States, 558
  • Industrial Accidents, Causes of, 127
  • Pipe Failure at Lac Noir Hydro-Electric Station, 155
  • Road Accidents, Fatal, 1933, Report, 603 — Home Office Report, 99 and Road Construction, 239 Suggestions for Reducing, 197 Shipping, Failure of Mooring Swivel
  • Assembly, Liability for, 530 Accumulator, Air-Hydraulic, for 10,000-ton
  • Rubber-Vulcanising Press, 156*
  • — Steam, for Gas Works, 555
  • Acton Bridge, Cheshire, Swing Bridge across
  • River Weaver, 209*, 315*
  • “ Adderstone,” S.S., 2,200-i.h.p. High-Speed Compound Engine with Exhaust Turbine, 347*
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Address Admiralty Scientific Research Department,
  • Automatic Radio Direction Finder, 576
  • — See also PParsAips
  • Aerial Propellers. See Propellers under Aerc- naw/ics
  • — Ropeway. See Wire Ropeway
  • — Transport. See Aeronautics Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics

Aeronautics :

  • Aerodromes Advisory Board, Formation of, 458
  • Aerodynamics and Hydrodynamics (Review), 577
  • Aeronautical Research Committee, Annual Report, 125
  • Aeronautics, Progress in, 125
  • Aeroplanes, Air Flow Past, Investigations on, 125
  • —- Spinning of, Investigations on, 125
  • — Station for Atlantic, Proposed, 94
  • Air Estimates for 1934, 327
  • — Services in India, 380
  • — Transport Manual (Review), 450
  • Aircraft, British Corporation Register Report, 297
  • — Carriers, Development of, 385, 387
  • — Petrol from Coal for, 298
  • — Timber, Nomenclature for, 474
  • Engines, Aeroplane, Hispano-Suiza, Production of, 726
  • Investigations on, 125
  • Gliding Machine, Sir G. Cayley’s Model of, 575
  • Propellers, Aerial, Investigations on, 125
  • Royal Aircraft Establishment, Investigations at, 125
  • Spinning of Aeroplanes, Investigations on, 125
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Aeroto Fan, 75-in., for Tube Railway Ventilation, 92*. See LETTERS, 272*
  • Aetsa Hydro-Electric Station, Finland, 5, 28*
  • “ Afonso de Albuquerque,” Portuguese Sloop, Launch of, 650
  • Ageing Changes in Nitrided Steel, 745*
  • — Concrete in Gravity Dams, Reports on, 80 Agreements, Labour. See Labour Agricultural Engineering Research Institute,
  • Oxford, Automatic Meter for Field Drains, 77* ; Report on Farms and Machines, 545
  • — Machinery Industry, Position and Prospects,
  • 240
  • — French, Progress of, 450*
  • — Motors. See Enoines ; Motors ; Tractors
  • — Tractors. See Tractors Agriculture. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Air Cavities in Walls, Insulating Properties of, 628
  • — Cleaning Plant for Coal, Ashington Colliery,
  • Air Compressor and Electric Generator Set, 10-18 h.p. Paraffin-Driven (Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 439*
  • Electric Generator and Pumping Set, 8-h.p. Diesel-Driven (Petters, Ltd.), 439*
  • Rotary (G. Bertin), 643*
  • Rotary (Northey Rotary Engines, Ltd.), 425*
  • Rotary, for Velox Boiler, 470*
  • Set, Experimental Motor-Driven (Reavell and Co., Ltd.), 318*
  • — — Two-Stage Air-Cooled (Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd.), 595*
  • — Conditioning Equipment, Investigations on, 276
  • — —-in Industry, 463
  • — Cooling of Turbo-Alternators, 15. See LETTERS, 157, 424*
  • — Filter, for Oil Engines (C. G. Vokes, Ltd.), 194*
  • — Gas Ratio Apparatus (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 46*
  • — Heater, Firth-Brown Engineers’ Tool Department, 665*
  • — Leakage in Condensers, 207
  • — Lift Principle in Water-Tube Boilers, 419*
  • — Masses, Descending, Condensation in, 611
  • — Pollution. See Smoke Abatement
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • — Screws. See Propellers under Aeronautics
  • — Supply in Locomotives, Model Tests on, 69
  • — See also Atmosphere
  • Aircraft Carriers. See Aeronautics
  • — See Aeronautics
  • “ Ajax,” H.M. Cruiser, Launch of, 338
  • Alchemy, Doctrine of Transmutation of Matter, 325
  • Aldershot, Royal Engineer Demonstration at, 603
  • Aldous, C. W., on Dimensions of Specimens for Hardness Test, 327
  • Alexandria Docks, Hull, Anti-Coal Breaker for Ship Loading, 485*
  • Algal Growths and Water Supply, 26
  • Algeria, Articulated Towers for High-Tension Transmission Lines, 581*
  • All-Angles Vice Mounting, 236
  • Allan, J. F., on Scale Effect on Screw Propellers, 436
  • Allday, W., & Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 262
  • Allen, J., <fc Sons (Oxford), Ltd., Trench- Excavating Machine, 739*
  • Allen, W. H., Sons & Co., Ltd., 50-kW Turbo- Generator Set, 180*; Turbine-Driven Axial-Flow Pump, 180* ; 3-in. Unchokable Pump, 180* ; 150-h.p. Compound Steam Engine, 180*; 160-h.p. Eight-Cylinder
  • High-Speed Oil Engine, 530*
  • Allgemeine Elektrizitats-Gesellschaft, Bracinho Hydro-Electric Scheme, 248* ; Investigation on Fuel Atomisation in Airless- Injection Oil Engines, 285* ; Safety Gear for Presses, 333*
  • Allgemeine Transportanlagen-Gesellschaft, Overburden-Transporter Bridge, 508*
  • Allis-Chalmers Tractor Division, “ Speed Patrol ” Road Grader, 585*
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy; Microphotographs; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Almen, J. O., on Intake Silencer Problems, 296 Alternating Current. See Electric
  • — Stress. See Tests (Materials)
  • Alternators. See Generators, Electric; Turbo Alternators
  • Aluminium and its Alloys (Review), 481
  • — Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Conductors, Specification, 561
  • — Construction for Railway Carriages, 509*
  • ?—• Secondary (Review), 481
  • — Sheet, Thin, Dimensions of Hardness-Test
  • Specimens of, 327
  • ?— Wire, Fatigue Testing of, 503*
  • — See also Metallurgy; Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Alwen Reservoir, Birkenhead, Enlargement of, 621
  • American Blower Corporation Ross Decalorator Plant, 10*
  • — Institute of Electrical Engineers. See
  • Electrical Engineers
  • — Navy. See United States under Warships
  • — Society of Mechanical Engineers. See
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers. See Naval Architects
  • for Testing Materials. See Testing
  • — See also United Sates
  • Ammonia Compressor, Four-Cylinder, Hull Ice Co., Ltd., 426*
  • Ammonia Compressor Polar, ' Sleeve-Valve (Liverpool Refrigeration Co., Ltd.), 703*
  • Amphibolos, Orukter, 437
  • Analysis, Gas, by Measurement of Thermal Conductivity (Review), 366
  • ;—'Routine, of Coal and Coke, Accuracy of, 249 Anderson, J., on Oil Tanker, “ Brunswick,” 701 Andrade, Prof. E. N. da C., on Friction, 709 Andrew, W. L., on .Exceptional Summer of 1933, 34
  • Andrews, J., the Late, 202
  • Annealing. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Annuals and Reference Books, 21, 82,132, 300, 357, 412, 424, 498, 565, 633, 718. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Anti-Coal Breaker for Ship Loading (Head, Wrightson & Co., Ltd.), 485*
  • Antimony Prices. See MetaZ-Price Diagrams Apparatus, Scientific, Exhibition, Institution of Civil Engineers’ Conversazione, 710*
  • — — Exhibition, Royal Society’s Conversazione, 575*
  • — — Historical, Preservation of, 601
  • — — Physical Society’s Exhibition, 44*, 71*,
  • 116*, 140*
  • Applied Mechanics, International Congress for Cambridge, 629, 710
  • Appointments. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Apprenticeship and Skilled Employment
  • Association, Annual Report, 604
  • — See also Educatiora
  • Approach Spans, Sydney Harbour Bridge, 467, 498
  • Aqueduct, 1,000-ton Canal-Barge Lift, Niederfinow, 374*
  • — Manchester Waterworks, 120*
  • — Tunnels, Preston, 621
  • Arbitration in Labour Disputes. See La&owr
  • Labour Notes ; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Arc. See Weeding
  • Area Automatic Combustion Control System, 134, 163
  • Arcform Ships, Design and Performances of, 568*, 574
  • Arch Bridge, Sydney Harbour, Design and Construction of, 467, 498
  • — Dam Investigations, 200
  • Architects, British, and Foreign Competition, 546
  • — Naval. See Naval Architects
  • Architecture of Industrial Steel-Frame Buildings, 727
  • “Arctees,” S.S., Machinery of, 568*, 574 “ Arcwear,” S.S., Design and Performances of, 568*, 574
  • Ardoloy Cutting Tools (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 236 Argentina, Trade of, 463
  • Armament Firms as National Defence Factories, 434
  • Armoured Ships. See WarsAips
  • Armstrong Atlantic Aeroplane Station, Proposed, 94 ,
  • Armstrong, Mitchell & Co., Oil Tanker “ Gluck- auf,” 466
  • Armstrong, Sir W. G., Whitworth & Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Control Gear for Oil- Electric Locomotives, 63*
  • Army Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Arrol, Sir W., & Co., Ltd., Demolition of Waterloo Bridge, 736
  • Arsenious Acid and Zinc Acetate for Wood Preservation, 697
  • Arterial Roads. See Roads
  • Arts, Royal Society of, Modern Developments in Street Lighting, by J. M. Waldram, 99; Pooling of Water Supplies, by A. E. L. Chorlton, 151 ; Thomas Gray Lecture on Deep Diving and Under-Water Rescue, by Sir R. H. Davis, 268, 324; The Canning Industry, by T. N. Morris, 297; Utilisation of Coal, by W. R. Gordon, 492
  • Asbestos Fittings for. Fire Protection (Bell’s Asbestos & Engineering Supplies, Ltd.), 579
  • — Thermal Conductivity of, 171*, 252*
  • Ashes, Use for Temperature Control, Travelling Grate Stokers, 588, 656*, 669*
  • Ash-HandlingiPlant, BrimsdownPower Station, 695*
  • Ashington Coal Co., Ltd., Coal-Cleaning and Grading Plant, Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • Ashmore, Benson, Pease & Co., Self-Sealing Coke-Oven Door, 121*
  • Ashwell & Nesbit, Ltd., Automatic Mechanical Stoker, 230
  • Askania Automatic Combustion Control System, 134, 162
  • Asquith, W., Ltd., Carriage and Wagon Wheel-
  • Turning Lathe, 455*
  • Associated Equipment' Co., Ltd., Valve-Seat Wear-Testing Machine, 245*
  • Association, British. See BritisA Association
  • — Engineering. See Institutions Assouan Dam, Heightening of, 559*
  • Astronomy, Expansion of Universe, 3
  • — 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, Toronto University, 281*, 365*, 447*
  • Atlantic"Aeroplane Station, Armstrong, Proposed, 94
  • — Liners. See Steamers
  • — Waves, Behaviour of Ships among, 435 Atlas Diesel Company, 1,150-b.h.p. Eight-
  • Cylinder Oil Engines, 564*
  • Atlas and Norfolk Works, Sheffield, Firth- Brown Engineers’ Tool Department, 665*, 710
  • Atmosphere, Ionisation of, Investigations on,
  • 680
  • Atmospheric Pollution, Report on Investigations, 631
  • See also Smoke Abatement
  • Atom, the Alternative, Structure and Properties of, 461. See LETTER, 522
  • — Structure of, 367*
  • Atomisation of Fuel in Airless-Injection Oil
  • Engines, 285*
  • Atritor Pulveriser, 236
  • Aubert Dam, France, 207
  • Auerbach und Scheibe A.-G., Inflnitely-Variable Speed Drilling Machine, 382
  • Austin, G., on Diesel-Electric Propulsion of Ships, 353
  • Austin Motor Co., Ltd., Valve-Seat Wear Tests, 246, 306*
  • Australia, Steel Industry in, 655
  • — Sydney Harbour Bridge, Design and Construction of, 467, 498
  • — Victoria, Bucket Excavators at Yallourn Colliery, 508
  • Austria, Financial and Economical Position of, Report, 42
  • — Railway Electrification in, Economics of, 546
  • Automatic Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Signalling. See Signals
  • — Stokers. See Stokers
  • Automobiles. See Motor Cars
  • —Association,Memorandum on Reducing Road
  • Accidents, 197; Census of Footpaths, 495
  • — Engineering, Progress of, 523, 556
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Report on Valve-
  • Seat Wear, by C. G. Williams; 245*, 306* ;
  • Resignation of B. H. Joy, 327; Causes of Detonation in Petrol and Diesel Engines, by G. D. Boerlage and Dr. W. J. D. Van Dyck, 335. See LETTER, 329; Proficiency Certificates for Garage Mechanics, 708; Summer Meeting, Paris, 726 Automotive Engineers, American Society of,
  • Mufflers, by E. G. Gunn, 295 ; Analysis of
  • Intake Silencer Problems, by J. O. Almen and E. E. Wilson, 296; Noise from Motor Tyres, A. W. Bull, 296
  • Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Marine
  • Aveling and Porter, Ltd., 8-ton Compound Steam Road Roller, 563*-; 6-ton Quick-Reverse Steam Road Roller, 563*; Rubber-Tyred Steam Traction Engine, 563*
  • Avery, W. & T., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 229; 30-ton Weighing Machine, 391*
  • Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Awbery, J. H., on Measurement of Humidity, 276.
  • Axes, Polar and Declination, 74-in. Reflecting
  • Telescope, 282*
  • Axles, Motor-Car. See Motor-Car Details
  • BABBAGE, O., and his Difference Engines, 9
  • Babcock and Wilcox, Ltd., 1,100-lb. Pressure
  • Boiler, 83* ; White Forster Boiler, Tests of, 106; Boilers, Barking Power Station, 144; Flash-Welded Economiser, 183* ; One-Colour and Two-Colour Water-Gauge Fittings, 187*; Chain-Grate Stoker, Combustion of Coal on, 587*
  • Bacon, Prof. F., Photographs of Fatigue and Corrosion Fractures, 71.0*
  • Baden Works, Tests of Velox Boiler Plant, 471*
  • Baghdad, Arrival of Producer-Gas Lorries from London, 132
  • Bailey, A., on Wind Pressures on Buildings, 735 Bailey Automatic Combustion Control System, 129, 134, 163
  • Bailey, R. W., on Thermal Stresses in Pipe Joints, 445*, 506*
  • Baird & Tatlock (London), Ltd., Combustibility of Coke Determination Apparatus, 117* ; Bomb Calorimeter, 118*
  • Baker, G. S., on Screw Propellers of Varying Blade Section, 716*. See 409
  • Baker, I. M., on Statistics Applied to Manufactured Products, 288
  • Baker, Prof. J. F., on Tests of Steel-Framed Structures, 727
  • Baker, R. F., on Water Supply Problems, 621
  • Bakes, Dr. W. E., on Action of Solvents on Coal, 276
  • Balance Beam, 250-ton Revolving Crane, 672* Balancing Machine for Centrifugal Casting- Machine Moulds (C. Schenck), 422*
  • Baldock Gas Works, Modernisation of, 744
  • Balfour, Beatty & Co., Ltd., Pykara Hydro- Electric Scheme, 107*. See LETTER, 218
  • Ball Bearings. See Bearings
  • — Hardness Tests. See Hardness under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • Bamber, H. W., the Late, 273
  • Banister, G. H., the Late, 485
  • Banking and Industry, 575
  • Bankside Control Room, Central Electricity Board, 497*
  • Bars, Aluminium-Alloy, Value of Transverse Tests of, 341
  • Barberine Dam, Switzerland, 80 *
  • Barford & Perkins, Ltd., 9-cwt. Petrol-Driven Roller, 184*
  • Barge-Discharging Elevator, Oil-Seed Handling Plant, Liverpool, 343*
  • — Lift, Canal, 1,000-ton, at Niederfinow, 374* Barimar, Ltd., Non-Corrosive Internal-Combustion Engine Cylinder Liners, 673
  • Barking Power Station, General Description, 143* ; 94,000-kVA Turbo Alternator, 536*
  • Barnes, A. A., on Flow through Disc-Orifices in Pipes, 25; on Discharge of Lined Pipes, 25
  • Barrage, Severn Tidal-Estuary Model Experiments on, 521
  • — Scheme, Kut, Iraq, 197
  • — — Severn, Wye Storage Reservoir for, 91,
  • 97. See LETTERS, 131,157
  • Barrel-End Rolling Machine (L. Schuler A.-G.), 412*
  • Barton, O., Descent in Bathysphere, 268
  • Bastian & Allen, Ltd., Pamphlet on Costs of Electric Heating, 250
  • Bastien, Dr. P., on Castability of Ternary Alloys, 340
  • Bates, Dr. P. H., on Cements and Concretes, 296
  • Bathe, G., on Oruketer Amphibolos, 437
  • Batho, Prof. C., on Research in Civil Engineering, 267
  • Bathysphere, Record Descent in, 268
  • Battersea Power Station, 105,000-kW Turbo- Generator, 674
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Bauer, Prof. G., on Super-Pressure Steam for Ship Propulsion, 701
  • Bauschinger, J., Centenary of, 646
  • Beam, Balance, 250-ton Revolving Crane, 672*
  • — Influence Lines for Moving Loads on, 60*.
  • See LETTER, 218*
  • — in Steel-Framed Buildings, Investigations
  • on, 566
  • Bearing, Journal, Low-Frictional Coefficient (Riebe-Carobronze Co.), 512*
  • — for Machine Tools, Types of, 356
  • — with Oil Circuits, Lubrication of, 441*, 464
  • — 30,000-kW Steam Turbine, 252*
  • — 2,500-kW Super-Pressure Steam-Turbine,
  • 112*
  • Beaudoin, Mr., on Working-Class Flats in Paris, 727
  • Becher, H., the Late, 76
  • Beckton Gas Works, Coal-Handling Plant, 141* ; Coke-Handling Plant, 391*, 417*, 531*. See LETTER, 496
  • Bedford Water Supply, Prevention of Algal Growths in, 26
  • Beebe, Dr. W., Descent in Bathysphere, 268
  • Beet-Sugar Factories, Treatment of Effluents from, 196
  • Belfast Association of Engineers, Annual Dinner, 353
  • Belgium, Genval and Neder-Over-Heembeek, Jiges Boilers at, 6*, 64*
  • Bellasis, E. S., on Thames Tides and London Floods, 337*
  • Bell’s Asbestos & Engineering Supplies, Ltd., Asbestos Fire Protection Fittings, 579
  • Bells, Diving, Development of, 268
  • Belsey, W. J., on Alternating Current for Ships’ Auxiliary Machinery, 361
  • Belt Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • B.E.N. Patents, Ltd., Electric and Petrol- Operated Spraying Sets, 181
  • Ben Nevis Tunnel, Aluminous-Cement Lining of, 610
  • Bench, Push, for Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 87*
  • — Vice. See Vice under AfacAine Tools Bending Moments of Beams, Influence Lines
  • for, 60*. See LETTER, 218*
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Benevolent Funds of Technical Institutions, 237, 241, 354
  • Benjamin Electric, Ltd., Lightmeter, 507
  • Bennett, W., on Steel Defects and Fractures, 105
  • Bentham, C., on Phosphate-Handling Plants at Nauru and Ocean Island, 48*
  • Bentleys Engineers, Automatic Pneumatic Sewage Ejector, 200*
  • Benzene under Pressure, Action on Coal, 276 Benzole Recovery and Refining, Aspects of, 688 Berlin-Hamburg High-Speed Diesel-Electric Rail Coach, 173*
  • Bertin, G., Turbo-Compressor, 643*
  • Beryllium, Tarnish-Resisting Properties of, 340 Bessemer Medal accepted by H.M. George V, 407, 655, 656
  • Betica Sugar Works, Tests of Velox Boiler Plant, 471, 526*
  • Bibby, J., & Sons, Ltd., Oil-Seed Handling and Storage Plant, Liverpool, 343*
  • Bicycles. See Cycles and Motor Cycles
  • Bi-Flux Magnetic Drum Separator, 229 Binary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Bins, Storage, Phosphate-Handling Plants,
  • Nauru and Ocean Island, 48*
  • Biochemistry of Nitrogen Conservation (Review), 534
  • Birch Plywood, Grading of, Specification, 416
  • Birchenough Bridge, Model, Southern Rhodesia, 170
  • Birkenhead, Mersey Road Tunnel, 55*, 165*, 311*
  • — Water Supply, 621
  • Birks, F. M., on Gas Works Practice, 499*, 554. See 495
  • Birmingham Aluminium Casting (1903) Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 187
  • — British Industries Fair, 179*, 225*, 239,
  • 258*, 359*, 434. See LETTERS, 158, 272, 400, 454, 550
  • — Co-Operation in Technical Education at, 269 Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd., Box-
  • Type Electric iFurnaces, 230* ; Forced- Air-Circulation Electric Furnace, 230* Birthday Honours List, 654
  • Birtley Co., Ltd., Air Cleaning Plant for Coal, Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • Bismuth Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Bitumen-Lined Pipes, Discharge of, 25
  • Bituminous Coatings on Concrete Dams, 80
  • Blackett, Prof. P. M. S., on Cosmic Rays, 494
  • Blackwater Dam, Examination of Concrete in, 610*, 638
  • Blading, 30,000-kW Steam Turbine, 251*
  • Blancometer (A. Hilger, Ltd.), 73*
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Bleichert-Transportanlagen G.m.b.H., Ore- Loading Ropeway, 539*
  • Bleiloch Dam, Germany, Temperature and Strain Measurements in, 109
  • Blocks, Concrete, for Building Construction. See Concrete
  • — Hoisting, 250-ton Revolving Crane, 672* Blunsdon Reservoir, Swindon Waterworks, 648 Board of Education Courses for Technical-
  • School Teachers, 221
  • — of Trade, Report on Reform of Law Relating
  • to Trade Marks, 602
  • • — See also Overseas Trade Department
  • Boats, Fishing, Diesel Engines for, 164
  • — Motor. See Motor Boat
  • — Submarine. See Warships
  • Body, J. H. R., on Early Electro-Magnetic Engines, 437
  • Boehringer, Gebriider, G.m.b.H., Special- Purpose Lathe, 411* ; Lathe Saddle and Headstock, 411*
  • Boerlage, G. D., on Detonation in Petrol and Diesel Engines, 335. See LETTER, 329
  • Bogies, Eight-Wheeled, for Rail-Oar, French State Railway, 568*
  • — for High-Speed Diesel-Electric Rail-Coach,
  • 173*
  • — See also Trwcis
  • Boilers, Babcock & Wilcox, Barking Power Station, 144
  • — Babcock & Wilcox, 1,100-lb. Pressure,
  • Valley Road Power Station, Bradford, 83*
  • — Babcock & Wilcox, One-Colour and Two-
  • Colour Water-Gauge Fittings for, 187*
  • — Babcock & Wilcox White Forster, Tests of,
  • 106
  • — Calcium Scale in, Prevention of, 733
  • — Combustion Control Systems for, 129*, 134*,
  • 162
  • — Corrosion in, 683
  • — Coverings. See WeatlmwZation
  • — Electric, Cost of Current for, 250
  • — Feed Pump. See Pump
  • — Water Softening. See Water Softening Water. See Feed Water
  • — Furnaces. See Stoker
  • — Heating, Report on Safety Devices for, 579
  • — High-Pressure, for Ships, 700
  • — Jiges, at Genval and Neder-Over-Heembeek,
  • Belgium, 6*, 64*
  • — Locomotive, with Steam Collector, 622* See also Locomotiw
  • — Loeffler, Tests, Caroline Power Station, 722*
  • — Marine, S.SS. “ Arcwear ” and “ Arctees,”
  • 568*, 574
  • Water Conditioning for, 107
  • — Plant for Gas Works, 495, 555
  • — Radiant-Heat, Brimsdown Power Station,
  • 641*, 693*
  • F—Stirling, Townmead Road Power Station, Fulham, 738
  • — Traction Engine, Development of, 563
  • — Tubes, Specification, 604
  • — Velox, Description and Tests, 431, 469*,
  • 526*, 528. See Erratum, 458
  • — Waste-Heat, in Gas Works, 495, 500*, 555
  • — Water-Tube, Circulation in, 419*
  • — — Tube, Johnson, Evaporative Tests, 19
  • — — Tube, Paper Mills Power Station, Dart
  • ford, 473*
  • Tube, Water Circulation and Gas Path in, 106
  • — Yarrow, Train Ferry “ Twickenham Ferry,”
  • 453*
  • — See also Engines and Boilers in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Bolts, Casing 2,500-kW Super-Pressure Steam Turbine, 111*
  • — for Pipe Flanges, Thermal Stresses in, 446, 506
  • — in Steel-Framed Buildings, Investigations on,
  • 566
  • Bomb Calorimeter (Baird & Tatlock (London), Ltd.), 118*
  • Bondy, O., on Structural Welding, 402
  • Bone, Prof. W. A., on Comparative Testing of Iron Ores, 662. See 655 ; on Equilibria and Velocities in Ore Reduction, 662. See 655
  • Books, New, Notes on, 20, 32, 208, 335, 475, 529, 538, 584, 595, 632. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • — Received, 38, 94, 176, 222, 264, 292, 320, 348, 376, 402, 428, 458, 488, 514, 542, 570, 598, 624, 650, 676, 704, 730
  • Boom, Rail-Loading, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 531*
  • — Revolving, 250-ton Crane, Puget Sound
  • Navy Yard, 613*, 672*
  • Boreholes, Latton Pumping Station, Swindon, 647
  • Boring Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Borsig A.-G., 4-6-4 Type Streamlined Locomotive, 597*
  • Bosanquet, G. H., on Crushing Brittle Solids, 133
  • Bottomley, W. T., on Improvement of Ship- Propelling Machinery, 152
  • Bowater’s Mersey Paper Mills, 9,000-kW. Steam-Extraction Turbine, 674*
  • Boyd, W., the Late, 146
  • Braby, F., & Co., Ltd., Pressed-Steel Electric Radiant Heating Panels, 228
  • Bracing, Tower, 250-ton Revolving Crane, 615*
  • Bracinho, River, Brazil, Hydro-Electric-Scheme 248*
  • Bradfield, Dr. J. J. C., on Sydney Harbour Bridge, 467
  • Bradford, Dr. S. C., on Sources of Information on Specific Subjects, 85*
  • Bradford, Valley Road Power Station, Super- Pressure Steam Turbine Installation and 30,000-kW Turbo-Generator, 83*, 111*, 251*, 338*
  • Bragg, Prof. E. M., on Form Efficiency of Ships, 435
  • Brakes, Compressed-Air, for Oil-Electric Rail Coach, 175
  • — Equipment, 300-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 648
  • — — for 3,000-h.p. Double Conical Drum
  • Hoist, 330*
  • — Expanding, for 130-h.p., Rail-Car, 271*
  • — Gear, Swing Bridge across River Weaver,
  • 315*
  • — Motor-Car. See Motor-Car Details
  • — Wheel, Transportable (Platt Brothers &
  • Co., Ltd.), 262
  • Brandt, A., on Welding of Polish Railway Rolling Stock, 727
  • “ Branksome Hall,” S.S. versus Southend Corporation, 530
  • Brass, Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • — Elastic and Proportional Limits in, 695, 737
  • — Sheet, Thin, Dimensions of Hardness-Test
  • Specimens of, 327
  • — Tubes, Seamless, Manufacture of, 137*
  • Brazil, Santa Catharina, Bracinho Hydro- Electric Scheme, 248*
  • Breakdowns. See Accidents
  • Breda, Societa, 4-6-4 Type, 3,000-h.p., Electric Locomotive, 277*
  • Breguet Air Extractors, Valley Road Power Station, Bradford, 339*
  • Bremerton, Washington, Puget Sound Navy Yard, 250-ton Revolving Crane, 613*, 671*
  • Bricks, Fire. See Firebricks; Refractory Materials
  • Bridges, American Specifications for Steel for, 607
  • — Birchenough, Model, Southern Rhodesia,
  • 710
  • — Chelsea, Reconstruction of, 221
  • — Chromador Steel for, 415*. See LETTER,
  • 454
  • — Conveyor, Coal-Handling Plant, Beckton
  • Gas Works, 141*
  • — Ferro-Concrete, Design (Review), 504
  • Concrete, Limiting Span of, 267
  • — — Concrete, London Midland & Scottish
  • Railway, Northern Counties Committee, 104*
  • — Five-Span Welded, Middlesbrough, 257*
  • — Girder, Specification, 13, 37
  • Bridge, J., the Late, 704
  • — Long-Span, Construction of, 727
  • — Observing, for 74-in. Reflecting Telescope,
  • Toronto, 281, 449*
  • — Railway, Hammer-Blow Impact on Girders
  • of, 118
  • Short-Span, Moving-Load Stressesin, 118
  • — and Road Traffic, 239
  • — Steel, Design of, 727
  • — Swing Across River Weaver, 209*, 315*
  • — Sydney Harbour, Design and Construction of, 467, 498
  • — Transportable, Model of, 710
  • — Transporter, for Open-Cut Brown-Coal Mining, 508*
  • — Travelling, Coal-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 142*
  • — Vertical-Lift, Newport, Middlesbrough, 257*
  • — Waterloo, Proposed Reconstruction of, 406, 681; Demolition of, 736
  • — See also Aqueduct; Viaduct and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Brillie, H., on Lubrication of Bearings with Oil Circuits, 441* See 464
  • Brimsdown Power Station, 641*, 693*, 719*
  • Brinell Tests. See Hardness under Tests
  • ? (Materials)
  • British Aluminium Co., Ltd., Investigation on Protective-Coatings for Concrete, 609*
  • — Architects, Royal Institute of, Report on
  • Slum Clearance, 520; Views on Foreign Competition, 546
  • — Association, Aberdeen Meeting, Proposed
  • Papers on Motor-Car Noises, 295, 297; Programme, Section G (Engineering), 709
  • ?— Broadcasting Corporation, Pamphlet on Wavelength Changes, 70
  • — Cast-Iron Research Association, Investigations on Elasticity, Deflection and Resilience of Cast Iron, 635*, 682. See LETTER, 684*
  • — Chemical Plant Manufacturers’ Association
  • Annual Dinner, 127
  • — Columbia, Report of Minister of Mines, 547
  • — Corporation Register of Shipping and Aircraft, Annual Report, 297
  • — Electrical and Allied Industries Research
  • Association, Annual Report, 147; Reports on Interference in Communication Circuits, 195; Annual Luncheon, 197
  • — Electrical and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, Annual Report, 373; Annual Dinner, 603
  • British Electrical Development Association Annual Luncheon, 381
  • — Engineers’ Association, Luncheons, 463,
  • 575; Handbook of Members and their Manufactures, 603 ; Iron and Steel Industry, by Sir W. Larke, 709
  • British Gas Light Co., Modernisation of Small Gas Plants of, 744
  • — Industries Fair, Birmingham, 179*, 225*,
  • 239, 258*, 359*, 434. See LETTERS, 158, 272, 400, 454, 550
  • — Industries Federation, Survey of Britain’s
  • Recent Commercial Policy, 738
  • — Institute of Engineering Technology, Dinner,
  • 218
  • British Insulated Cables, Ltd., Electric Butt- Welding Machine for Tubes, 633*
  • British Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., Ifor Power Station, Breakdown of 5,000-kW Turbo- Generator, 407
  • — — and Steel Federation, Formation of,
  • 463, 494; Work of, 603
  • — Isles, Summer Weather Records, 1933, 34
  • — Junkers Oil Engines, 10-12 h.p., and 20-24 h.p., 33*
  • — Navy. See H.M. under Warships
  • — Overseas Merchants and Empire Trade, 562
  • British Oxygen Co., Ltd., Oxygen-Jet Cutting Machines, 225*
  • — Polar Year Expedition to Fort Rae, 472
  • British Power Boat Co., Exhibition of High Speed Motor Craft, 454
  • — Railways. See Railways
  • — Science Guild, Suggestion on Research
  • Endowment, 41. See LETTER, 102; Friction, by Prof. E. N. da C. Andrade, 709
  • — Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • — Shipping. See Shipping
  • — Standards Institution. See Standards
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Ventilation System for Electrical Machines, 16. See LETTERS, 157, 424*; 10,000-kW
  • Turbo-Generator for Steam at 1,000 deg. F„ 23*, 78* ; Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 44; Mercra Gaseous Discharge Lamps for Street Lighting, 82* ; 75,000- kW Turbo-Generators, 144*; Mercra Lamps, 234; Lantern for Mercra Lamps, 234*; 116-h.p. No-Lag Motor, 235*;
  • Ardoloy Cutting Alloy, 236; Ventilated Rotors for Turbo-Alternators, 536* ; 30-h.p. No Lag Induction Motors, 666* ; 9,000-kW Steam-Extraction Turbine, 674*; 25,000-kW Steam Turbine, 719*
  • —Trade. See Trade
  • British Trane Co., Ltd., Industrial and Domestic Heating Appliances, 258*
  • — Works’ Management Association, Conference on Foremanship, 131
  • Brittle Solids, Crushing of, 133
  • Brodie, J. A., Mersey Road Tunnel, 55*, 165*, 311*
  • Bronze, Origin of, 437
  • Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd., Cold Strip-Rolling Mill, 231* ; Guillotine Shears, 231*
  • Brooks, Dr. C. E. P., on Thunderstorms and Sunspots, 345
  • Brotherhood, P., Ltd., 10-12 h.p. and 20-24 h.p. British Junkers Oil Engines, 33* ; 150-h.p. Six-Cylinder Sleeve-Valve Oil Engine, 510 Brown, Boveri & Co., Electro-Pneumatic Control for Electrically-Propelled Ships, 414*; Velox Steam-Generating Plants, 431, 469*, 526*, 528. See Ewatuwi, 458
  • Brown, C. J., Gidea Park to Shen field Railway Widening, 75*
  • Brown, D., & Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd., Large Double-Helical Gear Wheel, 318, 437*
  • Brown, W. G., & Sons, Trench-Cutting
  • Machine for Cable-Laying, 499*
  • Bruceton Experimental Mine, United States, Investigations at, 558
  • “Brunswick,” Diesel-Electric Oil Tanker, 701 Brunt, D., on Condensation by Descent of Air, 611
  • Bruntons (Musselburgh), Ltd., Wire Bend- Testing Machine, 554*
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., Homogeniser for Colloidal Emulsion Production, 146*. See Emttuwi, 265
  • Bryan Donkin Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 262
  • Bugatti, Ettore, Automobiles, High-Speed Rail-Car, 568*
  • Buildings, American Specifications for Steel for, 607
  • — Asbestos Ceilings and Floors for, 579
  • — Chromador Steel for, 415*. See LETTER, 454
  • — Construction, Concrete Blocks and Machines
  • for. See Concrete
  • Steel-Sheet Usage in, 727
  • See also Ferro-Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Empire State, New York, Investigation of
  • Wind Pressures on, 735*
  • — Ferro-Concrete in, Report, 70
  • — Materials, Heat Transmission Through,
  • Investigations on, 628
  • — Research Board, Report, Use of Reinforced
  • Concrete in Buildings, 70; Experiments on Wind Pressures on Buildings, 735
  • Station, Garston, Report on Behaviour of Ferro-Concrete Piles during Driving, 494
  • — Steel in, International Regulations for, 726 Framed Industrial, Architecture of, 727 Framed, Investigations on, 566
  • Mill, Design of (Review), 140
  • — Structural Steel, Firth-Brown Engineers’
  • Tool Department, 665*
  • — Use of Reinforced Concrete in, Report, 70 of Sheet-Metal Products in, 727
  • — Wind Pressures on, Investigations, 735*
  • Bulkheads, Concrete, Mersey Road Tunnel, 57*
  • Bull, A. W., on Noise from Motor-Tyres, 296
  • Bullock, F. H., on Works Manager and Foremen, 132
  • Bureau of Mines. See United States
  • — of Standards. See United States Burners Pulverised-Fuel, Brimsdown Power Station, 693*
  • — for Wood Dust, 53
  • Burnham, T. H., on Selection and Training of Foremen, 131
  • Burrell, C., & Sons, 6-n.h.p. Single-Cylinder Traction Engine, 478*
  • Buttress-Type Dams, Massive, 590*
  • Buttresses, Ferro-Concrete and Masonry, Assouan Dam, 559*
  • Buxton, Dr. L. H. D., on Babbage and his Difference Engines, 9
  • — Research Station, Tests of Incombustible Dust for Collieries, 476
  • CABLES for Suspended-Dome Roof, Chicago World’s Fair, 52*
  • — See also Wire Ropes and Electric
  • Cableway. See Wire Ropeway
  • Calcium Scale in Boilers, Prevention of, 733
  • Calculating Machines of C. Babbage, 9
  • - Electrical, Mallock, 698*
  • Callender's Cable and Construction Co., Ltd., Research Laboratory, 737; Cable-Laying Plant for Rural Electrification, 739*
  • Calorific Value of Gas, Control of, 501
  • Gross and Net, Standard Definitions of, 676
  • of Oil Fuel from Tar, 679
  • Calorimeter, Bomb (Baird and Tatlock (London), Ltd.), 118*
  • Calorimetry, Gas (Review), 140
  • Calvert, N., on Comparative Testing of Iron Ores, 662. See 655
  • Calzoni, A., S.A., 152-in. Centre Hydraulically- Operated Shaft Lathe, 594*
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., High-Speed Cathode-Ray Oscillograph, 45* Air-Gas Ratio Apparatus, 46* ; Mallock Electrical Calculating Machine, 698*
  • — International Congress for Applied Mechan
  • ics, 629, 710
  • Camera for Investigation of Explosion Flames, 711
  • — Kinematograph, High Speed (Western Electric Co., Ltd.), 713
  • Cammell Laird & Co., Ltd., Launch of H.M. Submarine “Sealion,” 377; Launch of
  • H. M. Submarine “ Salmon,” 543 ; Launch of H.M. Destroyer “Fearless,” 571
  • Campbell and Gifford, Electric Steel-Melting Plant, 455*
  • Campbell, R. R., on Design of Cargo Vessels, 323
  • Canada, British Columbia, Report of Minister of Mines, 547
  • — Electricity Supply in, Statistics, 543
  • — Fort Rae, Meteorological Observations at,
  • 472
  • — Gas Industry in, 744
  • — Hydro-Electric Progress in, Report, 381
  • Canadian Engineering Standards Association Specifications, Circuit Breakers, Electric Motors and Portable Lighting Devices, 599
  • Canal-Barge Lift, 1,000-ton, at Niederfinow, 374*
  • — Pykara Hydro-Electric Scheme, 107*. See LETTER, 218
  • — Uniform Flow in, 250
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Canning Industry, Fruit, Problems in, 297
  • Canning, W., & Co., Ltd., “ Quickstone ” Plating Barrel, 185*; Circulating Gas Heater, 186*
  • Cantiere Federate di Pietra Ligure, Diesel- Electric Train Ferry “ Scilla,” 216*
  • Cantieri Navali Franco Tosi, Launch of Italian Submarine ‘ ‘ Galileo Galilei,” 594
  • Cantilever Arms, Phosphate-Handling Plants, Nauru and Ocean Island, 48*
  • Capacity. See Electric
  • Capital and Labour. See Labour
  • Capstan Lathe. See Lathe under Machine Tools
  • Carbon, Activated, for Insulating-Oil Purification, 215
  • — Dioxide, Use for Fires in Ships, 465
  • — Monoxide, Action on Refractory Materials,
  • 280
  • Carbonil, Preparation of, 679
  • Carbonising Plant for Gas Works, 495, 499* Carburetted Water Gas. See Gas
  • Carey, W. F., on Crushing Brittle Solids, 133 Cargo-Handling Arrangements in Ships, 106
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • Carmichael, T., on Gas Administration in North America, 744
  • Caroline Power Station, Czechoslovakia, Loeffler Boiler Tests, 722*
  • Carr, D. P., on High-Peak Railway, 701
  • Carr, Col. W. M., on Gas Production in United States and Canada, 744
  • Carriage, Cable-Drum, for Cross-Country Cable-Laying, 739*
  • — Railway, Diesel-Electric, Chicago, Burling
  • ton and Quincy Railroad, 509
  • Diesel-Electric, High-Speed, German State Railway, 173*, 353
  • London Midland & Scottish Railway, Exhibition of, 487
  • Motion qf, on Curved Lines (Review), 505
  • Motor, with Pneumatic Tyres, 726
  • — — 130-h.p. Oil-Driven (Leyland Motors,
  • Ltd.), 269*
  • Petrol-Electric Streamlined, Union Pacific Railroad, 509*
  • Petrol-Electric, Texas & Pacific Railroad, 509. See 625
  • — — Streamlined Motor-Driven, French State
  • Railway, 568*
  • — Sheds, Railway, Fire-Protection System,
  • 300
  • Carrick Automatic Combustion Control System, 130, 134
  • Cars, Motor. See Motor Cars
  • Carter, W. A., on Performance of Detroit Turbine with Steam at 1,000 deg. F., 23*, 78*
  • Cartwright, G., the Late, 401
  • Cast Iron, Elasticity, Deflection and Resilience of; 635,* 682. See LETTER, 684*
  • Cast-Iron Heat-Resisting, 133 Linings, Mersey Road Tunnel, 57*
  • — — Nitrogen-Hardened, Experiments on
  • Wear of, 50* Castability of Ternary Alloys, 340 Casting Machines, Centrifugal, 422* Caswell Cranes and Erection, Ltd., Conveyor
  • Bridge, Coal-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 141*
  • Catalogues, 109, 164, 208, 250, 280, 307, 585, 692. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Catalytic Action of Surfaces (Review), 577 Caterpillar Tractor. See Tractor Cathode-Ray Oscillograph, High-Speed (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.). 45*
  • — — Oscillograph, High-Voltage, 311*
  • — — Relay Tube, 44
  • Caustic Embrittlement of Steel in Boilers,
  • Prevention of, 733 Cayley, Sir G., Gliding Machine of, 575 Cements for Concrete Dams, 80, 637
  • — Physical and Chemical Properties of, 296
  • — Special, Development of, 296
  • — See also Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX Census of Production, 1930, Report on, 517 Centenary of J. Bauschinger, 646
  • — of G. Daimler, 318
  • — Engineering, in 1934, 16
  • — of J. N. P. Hachette, 34
  • — of Mendeleeff, 173
  • — of T. Telford, 18; Exhibition, 681
  • — of R. Trevithick, Commemoration of,
  • 459,493,654; Memorial Volume (Review), 211
  • Central Electricity Board, Tariff for Central England, 298; Annual Report, 493; Bankside Control Room, 497*; Electricity Supply Bill, 520
  • — England, Electricity Tariff for, 298
  • — Scotland, Electricity Supply in, 493
  • — Station. See Power Station Centrifugal Pumps. See Pumps Centrifuge, Dehydrating, for Potato-Starch
  • Manufacture, 640*
  • — for Insulating Oils, 215
  • Ceramic Society (Refractory Materials Section), Permeability of Refractory Materials to Gases, Part HI, Experiments at Temperature up to 850 deg. C., by F. H. Clews and A. T. Green, 279; Significance of Permeability to Gases in Relation to Texture and Industrial Usage of Refractory Materials, by F. H. Clews and A. T. Green, 279; Microscopy of Silica Bricks with Reference to Inversion Forms of Silica, by J. M. Coon, 280; Special Refractories for Metallurgical Research at High' Temperatures, by D. Turner, 280; Commercial Utility of Deposit of Magnesite- Bearing Rocks in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, by W. H. Tyler and W. J. Rees, 280; Burning of Magnesite Bricks, by J. H. Chesters and C. W. Parmelee, 280; Action of Carbon Monoxide on Refractory Materials, by W. Hugill, H. Ellerton and A. T. Green, 280; Cupola Linings, by J. C. Green, 280; High-Frequency Furnace Linings and Investigation of Lining Failures, by J. E. Priestley and W. J. Rees, 280; Testing of Refractory Materials, by C. Edwards, 280
  • Chain-Track Tractor. See Tractor Challowa River, Nigeria, Water Supply from, 200
  • Chamber, Concrete, for Pontoon, Swing Bridge across River Weaver, 209*
  • — Decompression, for Divers, 268
  • — Ovens, Intermittent, for Gas Works, 500*
  • — Receiver, Ventilation, Mersey Road Tunnel,
  • 167*
  • Change-Speed Gear. See Gear; Motor-Car Details
  • Charcoal as Fuel for Motor Vehicles, 132 Charging Machines for Gas Retorts, 495, 500* Chaseside Engineering Co., Portable Motor-
  • Operated Shovel, 185 Chelsea Bridge, Reconstruction of, 221 Chemical Analysis. See AnaZysis
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Annual Dinner,
  • 239
  • — Industry, Society of, Conference and Exhibition, Leeds, 463
  • — Properties and Radioactive Transformations, 355*
  • — Valency and Atomic Structure, 461. <See LETTER, 522
  • Chemistry, Catalytic Action of Surfaces (Review), 577
  • — of Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Organic, Treatise on (Review), 139
  • — See. also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Cheshire, Acton Bridge, Swing Bridge Across
  • River Weaver, 209*, 315*
  • Chesters, J. H., on Burning of Magnesite Bricks, 280
  • Chesterman, J., & Co., Ltd., Measuring Tapes for Electric Cables, 584*
  • Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad, Diesel-Electric Train Unit, 509
  • — World’s Fair, Travel and Transport Build
  • ing, Suspended Dome Roof, 52*
  • Chimney Draught, First Use of, 162 China, Economic Conditions in, Report, 170 ?—Electrical Developments in, 441
  • — Hangchow-Kiangshan Railway, 4-8-0 Type
  • Locomotive, 102*
  • — Rainfall and World Weather, 345 Chorlton, A. E. L., on Pooling of Water Supplies,
  • 151
  • Chromador Steel for Structures, Properties of, 415*. See LETTER, 454
  • Cinematograph. See Kinematograph Circular Saws. See Saws under Machine Tools Circulating Pumps. See Pumps
  • — Water, Heat Rejection to, 205*
  • — — System, Syphonic, for Condensers, 275* Citroen Motor Cars, Manufacture of, 726 Civil Aerial Transport. See Aeronautics
  • — Engineering Research, Value of, 267

Civil Engineers, Institution of :

  • Equipment for Handling Phosphate Rock at Nauru and Ocean Island, by C. Bentham, 48*
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of—-continued.
  • Hammer-Blow Impact on Main Girders of Railway Bridges, by R. W. Foxlee and E. H. Greet, 118
  • Moving Load Stresses in Short-Span Railway Bridges, by W. E. Gelson, 118 Water Supply of Kano, Northern Nigeria, by H. F. J. Gourley, 200
  • Uniform Flow in Alluvial Rivers and Canals, by G. Lacey, 250
  • Respective Merits of Roads and Railways for Colonial Development, by J. W. Spiller, 305
  • Annual Dinner, 326
  • Report of Committee on Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water, 352
  • Steel Rails, by E. F. Law and V. Harbord, 359
  • New Port Works at Mombasa, by F. C. Fforde, 373
  • Slipway at Port of Mombasa, by F. C. Fforde, 373
  • Report on Floods in Relation to Reservoir Practice, 422*
  • Improvements to St. Helier’s Harbour, Jersey, by R. D. Gwyther, 441
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge and Approaches, by Dr. J. J. C. Bradfield, 467
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Design of Structure and Foundations, by R. Freeman, 467
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Manufacture of Structural Steelwork and Erection of Bridge, by R. Freeman and L. Ennis, 498
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Calculations for the Steel Superstructure, by. J. F. Pain and G. Roberts, 498
  • James Forrest Lecture on Progress of Automobile Engineering, by Sir H. Fowler, 523, 556
  • Telford Centenary Exhibition, 681 Conversazione and Exhibition, 710* Wind Pressures on Buildings, by A. Bailey, 735
  • BirmingAam and, District Association:
  • Value of Research in Civil Engineering,-by Prof. C. Batho, 267
  • Clarke, Chapman & Co., Ltd., Evaporative Tests, Johnson Water-Tube Boiler, 19
  • Clays for Reservoirs, Properties of, 207
  • — Fire. See Firebricks ; Refractory Material Cleaning of Coal, Investigations on, 161 Systems of, 443
  • — and Grading Plant, Coal, Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • Cleveland Bridge & Engineering Co., Ltd., Building and Dome for 74-in. Telescope, 281*, 449*
  • — Iron Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — and the Northern Counties, Notes from,
  • 12, 38, 66, 94, 122, 148, 176, 222, 264, 293, 321, 349, 376, 403, 429, 458, 488, 514, 542, 570, 599, 625, 651, 677, 705, 731. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Clews, F. H., on Permeability of Refractories to Gases, 279; on Fireclay Products for Blast-Furnace Linings, 664. See 682
  • Climate, World, during Quaternary Period, 728
  • — See also Meteorological
  • Clock, Driving, 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, 448*
  • — Electric, Mains-Operated (Ferranti, Ltd.),
  • 193
  • Clutches, Magnetic, for General-Purpose Tool- Room Machine, 452*. See AdcZendtm, 599
  • — See also Motor-Car Details
  • CO2. See Carbon Dioxide
  • Coaches, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coal, Action of Solvents on, Report, 276
  • — Analyses, Accuracy of, Report, 249
  • — Brown, Production in Germany, 369
  • — German, Bucket-Excavators for Open- Cut Mining of, 369*, 508*
  • — Burning and Smoke Abatement Problem,
  • 707
  • — Cleaning and Grading Plant, Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • — Constitution and Properties of, 277
  • — Consumption. See Tests
  • — Cutter, Chain-Type (Uskside Engineering Co., Ltd.), 259
  • — Derivatives, Use for Motor Vehicles,
  • Demonstration of, 685
  • — Durham, Results of Carbonisation of, 500
  • — Dust, Explosibility of, Investigations in
  • United States, 558
  • — — Inflammation, Effect of Added Incom
  • bustible Dusts, 476
  • Removal from, Memorandum on, 443
  • — First Use in Reverberatory Furnaces, 161
  • — Future of, 492
  • — Gas. See Gas
  • — Handling Plant, Barking Power Station, 143 —• — Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 141*
  • — Plant, Brimsdown Power Station, 641* in Gas Works, 495, 501
  • — Haulage Scraper, Double-Drum (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 259
  • — Industry in Austria, 42
  • — — British, Position and Prospects, 492
  • — — Slurries in, Memorandum on, 745
  • — Kent, Tests in Yarrow Boiler, 454
  • — Mine. See Colliery
  • — and Oil Products as Naval Fuel, 679
  • — Petrol from, for Aircraft, 298
  • — Pit Tubs, Pressed-Steel (Platt Brothers & Co., Ltd.), 262
  • — Pneumatic Tabling of, Report, 161
  • — Properties and Combustion of, 29
  • — Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal; Colloidal Fuel
  • — Sampling of, Specification, 336
  • — Utilisation Council, Work of, 491; Demonstration of Use of Coal Derviatives for Motor Vehicles, 685
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Coastal Vessels, Model Experiments on, 519 Coatings, Bituminous, on Concrete Dams, 80
  • — Protective, for Concrete, Investigations on,
  • 609*
  • Cochrane Corporation, Marine Type De-Aerating Feed-Water Heater, 741*
  • “ Cock o’ the North,” Locomotive, 621*, 715*, 728*, 739
  • Coke Analyses, Accuracy of, Report, 249
  • — Combustibility of, Determination Apparatus
  • (Baird & Tatlock (London), Ltd.), 117*
  • — Consumption in Blast Furnaces, 655, 656,
  • 663
  • — for Domestic Fires, Production of, 707
  • — Handling in Gas Works, 495, 501
  • Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 391*, 417*, 531*. See LETTER, 4.96
  • — Low-Temperature, Retort for Production of,
  • 744
  • — Ovens for Gas Works, 499, 500
  • — — Self-Sealing Door for (Ashmore, Benson, Pease and Co., Ltd.), 121*
  • Gas, Utilisation of, 573
  • — — Wastage of Gas from, 573
  • — Reactivity and Temperatures of Chain Grate Stokers, 588
  • Coker, Prof. E. G., on Influence of Keys and Keyways on Force Fits, 439*, 465
  • — Storage. See IZe/riyeraiion
  • Collars, Stresses due to Keys and Keyways in, 439*, 465
  • Collector, Steam, for Locomotive Boiler, 622* College. See Education
  • Colliery, Ashington, Coal-Cleaning and Grading Plant, 34*
  • — Explosions, Investigations in United States,
  • 558
  • — German, Bucket-Excavators for Brown-
  • Coal Mining, 369*, 508*
  • — Incombustible Dusts for Use in, 476
  • — Use of Steel Pit Props and Arches in, 727
  • — Yallourn, Victoria, Australia, Bucket
  • Excavators at, 508
  • — See also Mines and CoaZ
  • Colloidal Emulsion, Homogeniser for Production of, 146*. See Erratum, 265
  • — Fuel, Experiments with, 679
  • Colonial Development, Roads and Railways for, Merits of, 305
  • Colonies, 15-ton Road-Transport Unit for, Tests, 91
  • Columns, Braced, for Cable-Suspended Dome Roof, Chicago World’s Fair, 52*
  • —- Steel with Concrete Cores, Tests of, 727
  • — Fire Protection of, with Gypsum, 5
  • fa See also Struts
  • Combustibility of Coke Determination Apparatus (Baird & Tatlock (London) k Ltd.), 117* Combustion Chambers for Jiges Boilers, 8* for Velox Boiler, 470*
  • Wood, Radiant-Heat Boiler, 693*
  • — of Coal on Travelling-Grate Stokers, 587*,
  • 656*, 669*
  • — Conditions in Petrol Engine, 743*. See
  • 362* 623
  • — Control System for Boilers, 129*, 134*, 162
  • — of Pulverised Coal, 29
  • Combustion Steam Generator, Ltd., Boiler Plant, Paper Mills Power Station, Dartford, 473*
  • — of Wood Refuse, 53
  • — See also Fuel; Gases; and Colliery Explosions
  • Commerce. See Trade. See also Industries and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Commercial Motor Cars. See Motor
  • — Aviation. See Aeronautics Commonwealth. See Australia
  • Compagnie Electrontecanique, Articulated Towers for High-Tension Transmission Lines, 581*
  • Compagnie Franchise ? de Tramways et d’Eclairage Electriques de Shanghai, 13,700-b.h.p. Diesel Engine, 220*
  • Compagnie G&terale Transatlantique, S.S. “ Normandie,” 273*
  • Companies. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Compensator for Mallock Electrical Calculating Machine, 698*
  • Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor
  • — Ammonia, Four-Cylinder, Hull Ice Co., Ltd., 426*
  • — — Polar Sleeve-Valve (Liverpool Refrigeration Co., Ltd.),.703*
  • Concrete Blocks, Heat Transmission through, 629
  • — Bulkheads, Mersey Road Tunnel, 57*
  • —Buttress-Type Dams, 590*
  • — Chamber for Pontoon, Swing Bridge across-
  • River Weaver, 209*
  • — Construction, Moving Forms for, Pamphlet.
  • on, 607
  • in Winter Weather (Review), 284
  • — Dam, Bracinho Hydro-Electric Scheme, 248* Design of,’ and Effect of Acid Water on,.
  • 609*, 637*
  • — in Gravity Dams, Ageing of, Reports on, 80
  • — Lined Pipes, Discharge of, 25
  • — Mixer, Rotary-Drum (Liner Concrete Machinery Co.), 185
  • — Physical and Chemical Properties of, 296
  • — Piers, Phosphate-Handling-Plant, Nauru, 49*
  • — Protective Coatings for, Investigations on, 609*
  • — Quay Wall, Port of Mombasa, 373
  • — Reinforced. See Ferro-Concrete
  • — Retaining Walls, Minimum-Section Trapezoidal, 133
  • —- Shafts, Challowa Waterworks, Nigeria, 200
  • — Special Cements for, 296
  • — Structures in United States, 109
  • — Temperature Recorder for, 711
  • — See also Ferro-Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Condensation in Descending Air Masses, 611
  • — in Flowing Steam, Investigations on, 303*, 333*
  • Condensers, Ammonia, Refrigerating Plant, Hull Ice Co., Ltd., 427*
  • — Barking Power Station, 144
  • —7 Gas, for Gas Works, 501
  • — Marine, Possible Improvements in, 152
  • — for Ross Decalorator System, 11*
  • — Valley Road Power Station, Bradford, 339
  • — See also Electric
  • Condensing Plant, Factors in Design of, 159*, 204*, 242, 275*, 519. See LETTER, 345 Paper Mills Power Station, Dartford, 473 Conductivity, Thermal, of Building Materials, Investigations on, 628
  • -of Tool Steel, 722
  • Conductivity. See also Electric
  • Conduit, Steel, for Electrical Wiring, Speciflca- . tion, 416
  • Conference on Foremanship, National. See National Conference on Foremanship
  • Congress, International, for Applied Mechanics, Cambridge, 629, 710
  • on Large Dams, Stockholm. See Dams, Large, International Congress on
  • for Steel Development. See Steel Development, International Congress for
  • Conjugate Functions for Engineers (Review),
  • 534
  • Conservation of Coal. See Coal; Fuel; Pulverised Coal
  • Consulting Marine Engineers and Ship Surveyors, Society of, Advantages, of Diesel- Electric Propulsion, by G. Austin, 353 Constructional-Engineering Industry, Position and Prospects, 325
  • Continuous Frames of Reinforced Concrete (Review), 577
  • Contracts, 12, 38, 66, 94, 122, 148, 176, 222, 264, 292, 320, 348, 376, 428, 458, 488, 514, 542, 570, 598, 624, 650, 676, 704, 730
  • Control Board, Electric, Mersey Road Tunnel, 312*
  • 2,500-kW. Super-Pressure Steam-Turbine Installation, 339*
  • — Electro-Pneumatic, for Electrically-Pro
  • pelled Ships (Brown, Boveri & Co.), 414*
  • — Gear for Oil-Electric Locomotives (Sir
  • W. G, Armstrong, Whitworth & Co. (Engineers), Ltd.), 63*
  • — Panel, Keepalite (Westinghouse Brake
  • & Saxby Signal Co., Ltd.), 233*
  • — Room, Bankside, Central Electricity Board,
  • 497*
  • Converter, Torque, Hydraulic, for Light Rail- Car, 270*
  • Conveyors, Belt, for Gas Works, 495, 501 Oil-Seed Handling Plant, Liverpool, 343*
  • — Coal, Brimsdown Power Station, 641*
  • —•—Cleaning and Grading Plant, Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 141*
  • — Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works,
  • 391* 417*, 531*
  • — Phosphate Handling Plants, Nauru and
  • Ocean Island, 48*
  • Coode, Wilson, Mitchell & Vaughan Lee, Kut Barrage Scheme, 197
  • Cpoke, Troughton & Simms, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 262
  • Coolers, Oil, Valley Road Power Station, Bradford, 338*
  • Cooling System of Internal-Combustion Engine,
  • 535
  • — Towers, Brimsdown Power Station, 720
  • — of Turbo-Alternators, 15. See LETTERS,
  • 157, 424*
  • Coon, J. M., on Microscopy of Silica Bricks, 280 Copper Alloys, Kunial, Properties of, 175 —- — See also Brass ; Bronze; and Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Imports of, 43
  • — Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — Sheet, Thin, Dimensions of Hardness-Test
  • Specimens of, 327
  • — Strip and Bar, Specification, 377
  • — Tensile Properties in Liquid Hydrogen, 331.
  • See LETTER, 550
  • — Tubes, Seamless, Manufacture of, 137*
  • . — Wire, Fatigue Testing of, 503*
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • Corbet, D., on Wood Dust as Boiler Fuel, 53 Corlett, E. W., on Improvement of Ship- Propelling Machinery, 152
  • Cormac, P., on Hobs for Spur Gears, 533* Corning Glass Works, 74-in. Glass Disc for Reflecting Telescope, 365*, 449*
  • Corrosion, Effect of Atmospheric Pollution in, 632
  • — Fatigue Fractures, Photographs of, 710*
  • — Intergranular, of Stainless Steels, 713
  • — of Iron and Steel, Report, 683, 743 —-? Sea Water, of Metals and Alloys, 352
  • — Zonal, of Wrought Iron, 683 Cosmic Rays, Investigation of, 494
  • County of London Electric Supply Co., Ltd. Barking Power Station, 143*
  • Coupling. See Clutch,
  • Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd., 9-h.p. SingleCylinder Petrol Engine, 231*
  • Coverings, Non-Conducting. See Heat Insulation
  • Cox, H. L., on Influence of Intercrystalline Boundary on Fatigue Characteristics, 328 Cracking, Fatigue and Corrosion, Photographs of, 710*
  • Cracks in Concrete Dams, 638
  • Cranes, Creeper, Sydney Harbour Bridge Erection, 498
  • — Derrick, Specification, 745
  • — Mast, Portable (R. H. Neal & Co., Ltd.),
  • 233*
  • — 1-ton Mobile (R. H. Neal & Co., Ltd.), 232*
  • — 300-ton Overhead Travelling (Maschinen-fabrik Augsburg-Nurnberg A.-G.j, 483*
  • — Revolving, 250-ton, Puget Sound Navy
  • Yard, Washington, 613*, 671*
  • — Safety Hook for (London-Hoist & Machinery Co.), 611*
  • — See also Hoists; Transporters
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., High- Speed Vertical Milling Machine, 105*; Turning and Boring Mill for Wheel Centres, 662*
  • Creber, W. F. H., Lostock Booster Station, Manchester Waterworks, 120*
  • Creep-Testing Equipment, High-Sensitivity, National Physical Laboratory, 212*
  • Creepers, Coal-Cleaning and Grading Plant, Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • Creosote as Fuel for Motor Vehicles, Demonstration of, 685
  • — Preservation of Wooden Poles with, 550*
  • Cromford and High-Peak Railway, History of, 701
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., Tong-Test Ammeter, 116; Power-Factor Demonstrator, 116*
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 100-b.h.p. Scavenge- Pump Type Marine Oil Engine, 390
  • Crude Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • Cruisers. See Warships
  • Crushing of Brittle Solids, Work Required for, 133
  • Crystal Analysis, Rontgen Ray Apparatus for, 547
  • — Single, Fatigue in, 298*
  • Crystalline State, The (Review), 617
  • — Structure of Metals. See Micro-Photographs
  • Cunard Company, Experiments with Colloidal Fuel, 679
  • Cupola Linings, Investigations on, 280
  • Current, Electric. See Electric
  • Cutters, Milling. See Milling under Machine Tools.
  • Cutting Machines, Oxygen-Jet (British Oxygen Co., Ltd.), 225*
  • —- Plant, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 417*
  • Cycle Industry, Position and Prospects, 73
  • — Motor. See Motor Cycle
  • Cylinders for 13,700-b.h.p. Double-Acting Two-Stroke Diesel Engine, 220*
  • — Liners, Non-Corrosive, for Internal-Combustion Engines (Barimar, Ltd.), 673
  • — Motor-Car Engine, Experiments on Wear
  • of, 50*
  • — for 2-8-2 Type Three-Cylinder Locomotive,
  • 715*, 728*
  • Cylindrical Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • Czechoslovakia, Caroline Power Station, Loeffler Boiler Tests, 722*
  • — Witkowitz Iron and Steel Works, Researches on Blast-Furnace Gas Dust, 579
  • DAIMLER CO., LTD., 25-h.p. Eight-Cylinder Motor Car, 522
  • Daimler, G., Centenary of, 318
  • Dairies, Treatment of Effluents from, 196
  • Dam, Arch, Investigations, 200
  • — Assouan, Heightening of, 559*
  • — Barberine, Switzerland, 80
  • — Blackwater, Examination of Concrete in, 610*, 638
  • — Bleiloch, Germany, Temperature and Strain Measurements in, 109
  • — Buttress-Type, Massive, 590*
  • — Concrete, Bracinho Hydro-Electric Scheme, 248*
  • Design of, and Effect of Acid Water on, 609*, 637*
  • — d’Aubert, France, 207
  • — Earth, Flow of Water through, 278
  • Tests of Materials for, 207
  • — Grisbois, France, 109
  • — Hoover, Cooling System in, 638
  • — Laggan, Concrete Temperature Records, 637*

Dams, Large, International Congress on, Stockholm :

  • Reports on Deterioration by Ageing of Concrete in Gravity Dams, 80
  • Reports on Influences Causing Distortion in Gravity Dams, 108
  • Reports on Research Methods to ascertain whether a Given Material is Suitable for Use in Construction of an Earth Dam, 207
  • Reports on Flow of Water through Earth Dams, and their Foundations, 278
  • Dam, Murayama, Japan, 279
  • — Ono, Japan, 278
  • — Orodon, France, 207
  • — Regulating, Finnish Hydro-Electric Plants,
  • 27*
  • — Ringedals, Norway, 81; Refacement of,
  • 610, 638
  • — Schrah, Switzerland, 80,108
  • Damping, Hysteresis, in Marine Oil Engines, 168*. See LETTERS, 291, 344*, 400, 496, 578, 684*
  • Daniels, T. H. & J., Ltd., Preheating Oven, 261* ; 50-ton Hydraulic Press, 261*
  • Darrieus, G., Articulated Towers for High- Tension Transmission Lines, 581*
  • Dartford Paper Mills Power Station, 472*
  • Darwins, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 263
  • d’Aubert Dam, France, 207
  • Davey, Dr. N., Temperature Recorder for Concrete, 711
  • Davey, Paxman & Co., Ltd., Eight-Cylinder Vertical Marine Oil Engines, 289*
  • Davidson & Co., Ltd., 75-in. Aeroto Fan for Tube Railway Ventilation, 92*. See LETTERS, 272*
  • Davis, Sir R. H., on Deep Diving and Under- Water Rescue, 268, 324
  • Daylight-Factor Gauge, Waldram (Everett, Edgcumbe & Co., Ltd.), 278*
  • De-Aerator for Super-Pressure Steam-Turbine Plant, Bradford, 84*
  • De Haas, Prof. W. J., on Metals at Temperature of Liquid Hydrogen, 331*. See LETTER,550
  • De Lavaud Centrifugal Casting-Machine, 422*
  • Dead-Beat and Dead-Set Equipment (Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd.), 72*
  • Decalorator System, Ross, Radio City, New York, 10*
  • Deckel, F., Universal Milling Machine, 384*
  • Decompression Chambers for Divers, 268
  • Deflectometer (W. A. Green), 710
  • Deformation of Gravity Dams, Measurement of 108
  • Dehydrating Centrifuge for Potato-Starch Manufacture, 640*
  • Delray Power Station, 10,000-kW Turbo-Generator for Steam at 1,000 deg. F., 23*, 78*
  • Dennison, R., on Workers and Safety First, 127
  • Denny, W., and Brothers, Ltd., Diesel-Electric Paddle Ferry Boats “Queen Margaret” and “ Robert the Bruce,” 288*
  • Deposits in Internal-Combustion Engine Jackets, Effect of, 535
  • Derby Society of Engineers, Annual Report, 178
  • Derbyshire Coal, Temperature of Travelling- Grate Stokers with, 588*, 657*, 669
  • — Industries, History of, 701
  • Deriaz System of Floor Heating, 88*
  • Desch, Dr. C. H., on Origin of Bronze, 437
  • Descriptive Geometry and Drawing, Engineering (Review), 255
  • Principles of (Review), 284
  • Destroyers. See Warships
  • Detonation in Petrol and Diesel Engines, Causes of, 335. See LETTER, 329
  • Detroit Edison Co., 10,000-kW Steam Turbine for Steam at 1,000 deg. F., 23*, 78*
  • Deutsche Niles Werke, Automatic Gear- Grinding Machine, 411*
  • Dewar, D., on Probability of Rain in London, 611
  • Diagrams Metal-Price. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Diaphragm, Iris, 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, Toronto, 281*, 365*
  • Dickinson, H. W., on Evolution of Invention, 89. See 101. See Erratum, 149
  • Dictatorship Economics, 432
  • Diescher Process of Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 88*
  • Diesel Engines. See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine' Propulsion
  • — Reference Book (Review), 481
  • Difference Engines of C. Babbage, 9
  • Digging Machine. See Excavating Machine Direction Finding, Radiotelegraphic. See Telegraphy, Wireless
  • Directories. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Disc Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine under JfacAine Tools
  • — Orifices in Pipes, Flow through, 25 Discharge, Electric. See Electric
  • — of Lined Pipes, 25
  • Disintegrator for Potato-Starch Manufacture, 640*
  • Disputes, Trade. See Labour
  • Distributor, Travelling, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 391*
  • Diving Appliances, Evolution of, 268, 324
  • — Deep, and Under-Water Rescue, 268, 324 Dixence, SociM^ Anonyme, Banded Steel Pipes, 360*, 397
  • Dixon, Prof. S. M., on Steel Pit Props and Mine Arches, 727
  • Docks, Alexandria, Hull, Anti-Coal-Breaker for Ship Loading, 485*
  • — Dry, King George V, Southampton, Commissioning of, 99
  • — East Waterloo, Liverpool, Oil-Seed Handling
  • and Storage Plant, 343*
  • Dome, 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, Toronto University, 281*, 449*
  • — Roof, Cable-Suspended, Chicago World’s Fair, 52*
  • Domestic Electricity Supply, Problems of, 659
  • Dominion Bridge Co., Erection of 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, 449*
  • Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd., Cross-Cutting and Trenching Machine, 185* ; Mortising Machine, 185
  • Don Martin Buttress-Type Dam, Mexico, 592* Donalarm, Ltd., Automatic Fire Detectors, 579 Donaldson, Capt. J. M., Brimsdown Power Station, 641*, 693*, 719*
  • Doncaster Technical College, Experimental Motor-Driven Air-Compressor Set, 318*
  • Donkin, Bryan, Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 262
  • Door, Self-Sealing, for Coke Oven (Ashmore, Benson, Pease & Co., Ltd.), 121*
  • Dorman, Long & Co., Ltd., Vertical-Lift Bridge over River Tees, 257*; Sydney Harbour Bridge, 467, 498
  • Double Helical Gears. See Gears
  • — Reduction Gears, Marine. See Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Drag Scraper, Three-Drum (Holman Bros., Ltd.), 661*
  • Drains, Field, Outflow from, Automatic Meter for, 77*
  • — Pipes and Fittings, Specification, 476
  • Drainage, Land, Effect on Water Shortage, 400 Draught, Chimney, First Use of, 162 Dravo Contracting Co., 250-ton Revolving
  • Crane, 613*, 671*
  • Drawing and Descriptive Geometry, Engineering (Review), 255
  • -Drayton Regulator and Instrument Co., Ltd., Water-Injection Nozzle, 71*. Dead-Beat and Dead-Set Equipment, 72*
  • Dredger, Suction, Intercepting Trap for, 387* Dredging Machine, Steam, Early, 437
  • Dresses, Diving, Evolution of, 268, 324
  • Drill, Coal and Stone, Electrical (Hardypick, Ltd.), 307*
  • — and Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools Drop, versus Film Formation on Condenser
  • Tubes, 519
  • Drought and Floods, 400
  • Drum, Steel, for 1,100-lb. Pressure Babcock & Wilcox Boiler, 84
  • Dry Dock. See Dock
  • Dryer, Mechanical, for Potato-Starch Manufacture, 640*
  • Ductility of Metals in .Liquid Hydrogen, 331. See LETTER, 550
  • Ducts, Ventilating, Mersey Road Tunnel, 166*
  • Duddell Medal awarded to H. D. Taylor, 353
  • Dudding, B. P., on Statistics Applied to Manufactured Products, 288
  • Duggan, E. M., the Late, 401
  • Dumbarton Experimental Tank, Experiments on Scale Effect on Screw Propellers, 436
  • Dunlap Observatory, Toronto, 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, 281*, 365*, 447*
  • Dunlop, R. J., on Position of Shipping Industry, 301
  • Duralumin Forgings, Specification, 697
  • Durham Coal, Results of Carbonisation, 500
  • — County Council, Vertical-Lift Bridge over River Tees, 257*
  • Dust, Blast-Furnace Gas, Iodine in, 579
  • — Coal, Explosions of. See Coal Dust . See also Pulverised Coal
  • — Incombustible, Tests of, 476
  • — Removal from Coal, Memorandum on, 443
  • — Wood, as Boiler Fuel, 53
  • Dynamics of Flying. See Aeronautics
  • — Treatise on (Review), 367
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators
  • Dyson, R. A., & Co., Ltd., Trailers for 15-ton Road-Transport Unit, 91
  • EARTH Dams, Tests of, Materials for, 207
  • — — Flow of Water Through, 278
  • East Waterloo Docks, Liverpool, Oil-Seed Handling and Storage Plant, 343*
  • Echo-Sounding Gear, Marine (H. Hughes & Son, Ltd.), 116*
  • Economic League, Work of, 434
  • — Planning by Governments, 432
  • — Study Group, Engineers’, 71. See LETTER,
  • 131
  • Economics, Industrial. See Labour
  • — Railway. See Railway
  • Economiser, Flash-Welded (Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd.), 183*
  • — for Jiges Boilers, 8*, 64*
  • — Protector (Elektrizitats Alrtien-Gesellschaft),
  • 507*
  • — Vacuum Steam, for Gas Works, 555
  • — for Velox Boiler, 470
  • Edison Swan Electric Co., Ltd., Exhibits at
  • Physical Society’s Exhibition, 45

Education :

  • Automobile Engineers, Institution of, Proficiency Certificates for Garage Mechanics, 708
  • Board of Education Courses for Technical- School Teachers, 221
  • British Institute of Engineering Technology, Dinner, 218
  • Doncaster Technical College, Experimental Motor-Driven Air-Compressor Set, 318*
  • Education, Compulsory, Continued, 389
  • — for Industry and Commerce in England
  • (Review), 16
  • — Technical, Co-Operation in, Birmingham Scheme, 269
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of, Particulars of Scholarships, 428
  • Foundry School, British, Proposals for, 353
  • Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of, Examination Syllabus, 660
  • Iron and Steel Institute, Andrew Carnegie Research Fund, 76
  • King’s College, London, Lectures on Fatigue of Metals, 173
  • Manchester College of Technology, Scholarships, 685
  • Naval Architects, Institution of, Scholarships, 221
  • Nottingham University College, Engineering Laboratories, 485*
  • Owens College, Manchester, History of, 196
  • Physics, Institute of, Courses for Laboratory Assistants, 386
  • Royal School of Mines Conversazione, 353 ; Lectures on Explosives, 96
  • — Technical College, Glasgow, Education of Electrical Engineers at, 309*, 395*
  • Sheffield University, Courses in Foundry Practice, Prospectus, 678
  • South-East London Technical Institute, Courses for Training Foremen, 132
  • Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of, Competition for Highfleld Shield, 685
  • Training for Engineering Trades, 629
  • Works Management Education (Review), 451
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Edwards, C., on Testing of Refractory Materials, 280
  • Edwards, F. J., Ltd., Shearing Machine for, Corrugated Sheets, 236* ; Bending Roller; and Pipe-Forming Machine, 236
  • Efficiency pf Engines. See Tests
  • Effluents, Trade and Domestic, Investigations on, 196
  • Egypt, Assouan Dam, Heightening of, 559* Ejector, Sewage, Pneumatic, Automatic (Bentleys Engineers), 200*
  • Elastic Modulus, Cast Iron, 636, 684
  • — and Proportional Limits, Steel and Brass,
  • 695*, 737
  • Elbourne, E. T., on Workshop Organisation and Management, 547, 629. See LETTERS, 605, 632
  • “ Electra,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch of, 349

[Electric :

  • Alternating-Current Circuits (Review), 617 Distribution Practice, 675. See Erratum, 704
  • Alternator. See Generator and Turbo
  • Ammeter, Maximum-Demand (Elliott' Brothers (London), Ltd.), 140*
  • — Tong-Test (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 116*
  • Arc Furnace. See Furnace, Electric
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • Booster, Tail-End (Ferranti, Ltd.), 193*
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, Annual Report, 147; Reports on Interference in Communication Circuits, 195 ; Annual Luncheon, 197
  • and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, Annual Report, 373 ; Annual Dinner, 603
  • — — Development Association, Annual Luncheon, 381
  • Cables, Experiments on, 147
  • — Laying Plant for Rural Electrification (Callender’s Cable & Construction Co., Ltd.), 739*
  • Trench-Cutting Machine for, 499*
  • — Steel Measuring Tapes for (J. Chester- man & Co., Ltd.), 584*
  • Capacity Meter, Megger (Evershed & Vignoles, Ltd.), 233*
  • Cathode Rays. See Cathode
  • Central Electricity Board, Annual Report, 493 ; Bankside Control Room, 497* ; Electricity Supply Bill, 520; Tariff for Central England, 298
  • — Stations. See Power Stations
  • Circuits, Alternating-Current (Review), 617
  • Conductivity and Atomic Structure, 461. See LETTER, 522
  • —: of Metals at Low Temperature, 519 Conductors, Aluminium, Specification, 561
  • — Rails, Investigations on, 147
  • Contacts for Switchgear, 389*
  • Copper Strip and Bar, Specification, 377 Cranes. See Cranes
  • Dielectrics, Investigations on, 147
  • Direct Current, High-Tension, Power Transmission by, 351
  • Discharge Tubes, Luminous, Action of Electrons in, 344
  • Dynamo. See Generator; Turbo-Generator ; Turbo-Alternator
  • Electrical Industry, Position and Prospects, 43
  • — Machinery, Imports and Exports, 43
  • — Measurements, Advanced (Review), 212
  • — Phenomena at Very Low Temperatures,
  • 519
  • — Protection Systems, Pamphlet on (A. Reyrolle & Co., Ltd.), 539
  • — Technology, Textbook of (Review), 589 Electricity Commissioners, Electricity
  • Supply Regulations, Revised Code, 17
  • — Supply Bill, 520
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Generating Stations. See Power Stations Generator. See Generator and Turbo Heating Panels, Pressed-Steel (F. Braby & Co., Ltd.), 228
  • — of Swansea Civic Centre, 632
  • High-Tension Direct Current, Power Transmission by, 351
  • — Voltage Laboratory, Royal Technical
  • College, Glasgow, 311*
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power Plants
  • Induction Furnaces. See Furnaces Insulating Oils, Renovation of, 215* Insulation for Switchgear Equipment, 363*
  • — Tester, Megger (Evershed & Vignoles,
  • Ltd.), 141*
  • Lamp Caps, Screw, Edison-Type, Specification, .534
  • — Gaseous discharge, for Street Lighting,
  • 82*
  • — Gas-Filled, Action of Electrons in, 344
  • — Mercra (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 82*, 234
  • — Tungsten-Filament, Specification, 730 Leakage Detector for Trolley-’Buses
  • (Everett, Edgcumbe & Co., Ltd.), 141
  • Lighting Devices, Portable, Canadian Specification, 599
  • Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric
  • Machines. See Generators; Motors; Turbo
  • Magnetron Oscillation Generator, High- Frequency (Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.), 44*
  • Mains. See Cables (above)
  • Mercury-Arc Rectifiers (Review), 255 Meter, Polyphase (Ferranti, Ltd.), 193* Motors. See Motors, Electric
  • Ohmmeter, Circuit Testing, Megger (Evershed & Vignoles, Ltd.), 234*
  • Oil Switch. See Switchgear
  • Oscillograph, Cathode-Ray, High-Speed (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 45*
  • — High-Voltage Cathode-Ray, 311*
  • Plugs and Socket Outlets, Specification, 730
  • Watertight, for Outdoor Work (L. Weekes (Luton), Ltd., 664*
  • Power. See Power
  • — Stations. See Power Stations Pyrometer. See Pyrometer Railways. See Railways Rays. See Cathode; Rontgen Rectifiers, Disc and Plate, Copper-Oxide
  • (Westinghouse Brake & Saxby Signal Co., Ltd.), 233*
  • — for High-Tension Direct-Current Power Transmission, 351
  • — Mercury-Arc (Review), 255
  • — Valve (Lancashire Dynamo & Crypto Ltd.), 191*
  • Regulators, Moving Coil, Three-Phase and Single-Phase (Ferranti, Ltd.), 192*
  • Relay Tube, Cathode Ray, 44,
  • Rolling Mills, Electric Driving of. See Rolling Mills
  • Rdntgen Rays. See Roentgen
  • Rural Electrification, Cable-Laying Plant for (Callender’s Cable & Construction Co., Ltd.), 739*
  • and Power for Farms, 545
  • Ship Propulsion. See Marine, Propulsion Signals, Road-Traffic Control Specification, 377
  • See Tramways
  • See Substation
  • See Switchgear
  • Wireless Telephony. See Telephony Wiring, Steel Conduit and Fittings for, Specification, 416
  • X-Rays. See Roentgen Rays See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Electric Furnace Co., Ltd., High-Frequency Electric Steel-Melting Plant, 455*
  • Electrical Apparatus, Physical Society’s Exhibition, 44*, 71*, 116*, 140*
  • — Engineering, Use of Free Electrons in, 344
  • — Engineers, American Institute of, Wood Dust as Boiler Fuel, by D. Corbet, 53 ; Jubilee, 434, 629

Electrical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Water Storage for Reserve Power, by J. W. Meares, 91. See 97. See LETTERS, 131, 157
  • Faraday Medal Awarded to Sir F. E. Smith, 177
  • Investigation on Telephone Interference, by W. G. Radley and Dr. S. Whitehead, 196
  • Annual Dinner, 197
  • Faraday Lecture on the Electrical Engineer and the Free Electron, by C. C. Paterson, 344
  • Electrical Transmission by Means of Direct-Current at Very High Voltages, by H. Rissik, 351
  • Scholarships, Particulars of, 428
  • Kelvin Lecture on Electrical Phenomena at Very Low Temperatures, by Prof. J. C. M’Lennan, 51
  • Western Centre’.
  • Annual Dinner, 67
  • China Centre:
  • Electrical Developments in China, by A. J- Percival, 441
  • Electrical Engineers, Laboratory and Design Work in Education of, 309*, 395*
  • Supervising, Association of. See Supervising
  • -— Exhibition, Liverpool, 620
  • — Technology, Textbook of (Review), 589
  • Electricity Commissioners. See under Electric
  • — Supply Undertakings and Industrial Power Load, 658
  • Undertakings, Rating of, 620
  • Electroflo Meters, Ltd., Distance Indicator for Gas-Holders, 188*
  • Electrolytic Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Electrons, Free, Use in Electrical Engineering, 344
  • Electrostatic Precipitators, Brimsdown Power Station, 721*
  • Elektrizitats Aktien-Gesellschaft, Economiser Protector, 507*
  • Elevators, Oil-Seed Handling Plant, Liverpool, 343*
  • Elgin Softener Corporation, Automatic Water- Hardness Tester, 331*
  • Ellenwood, F. O., on Performance of Detroit Turbine with Steam at 1,000 deg. F., 23*, 78*
  • Ellerton, H., on Action of Carbide Monoxide on Refractories, 280 ; on Fireclay Products for Blast-Furnace Linings, 664. See 682
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., Maximum- Demand Ammeter, 140* ; Cross-Filament Optical Pyrometer, 140*
  • Elshout, T., on Working-Class Flats in Rotterdam, 727
  • Embankments, Earth, Materials for, 207 Embrittlement of Steel in Boilers, Prevention of, 733
  • Emery Wheels. See Grinding under MacAiwe Tools
  • Empire State Building, New York, Investigation of Wind Pressures on, 735*
  • —Trade and British Overseas Merchants, 562 Employees. See Labour
  • Employment. See Labour
  • Empreza Sul Brasileira de Electricidade, Bracinho Hydro-Electric Scheme, 248*
  • Enco Automatic Combustion Control System, 135
  • “ Encounter,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch of, 402 Endurance Tests. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Energy Consumption Rate, 10,000-kW Steam Turbine with Steam at 1,000 deg. F., 78*
  • Engines, Aero. See Aerowawiics
  • — Automotive (Review), 590
  • — Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine
  • Propulsion ; Motorships
  • — Heat, Thermodynamics Applied to (Re
  • view), 285
  • — Internal-Combustion (Review), 505
  • — 4— Combustion, Cooling System of, 535
  • — — Combustion, High-Speed, Fuel Pump
  • for (La Precision Mdcanique), 593*
  • Combustion, High-Speed, Testing of (Review), 617
  • — — Combustion, Non-Corrosive Cylinder
  • Liners for (Barimar, Ltd.), 673
  • Combustion, Theory and Design (Review), 534
  • Combustion, Torsional Vibrations in, 582*, 611*
  • — — Combustion. See also Turbines, Gas
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — Motor-Car. See Engines, Petrol
  • — Oil, Airless-Injection, Fuel Atomisation in,
  • 285*
  • — “Atomic” Diesel, 195-b.h.p., Four- Cylinder, Tests of, 437
  • British Junkers, 10-12 h.p. and 20-24 h.p. (P. Brotherhood, Ltd.), 33*
  • Cooling System of, 535
  • Diesel, Causes of Detonation in, 335. See LETTER, 329
  • Diesel, 13,700-b.h.p. Eight-Cylinder Double-Acting Two-Stroke (Sulzer Brothers), 220*
  • Diesel, Effect of Fuel-Oil Tax on, Industry, 326
  • Diesel, Marine, Eight-Cylinder Vertical (Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd.), 289*
  • — •— Diesel, Marine, for Fishing Craft, 164 Diesel, for Motor Vehicles, 524
  • Engines, Oil, Diesel, 300-h.p. Six-Cylinder, for Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 648*
  • Diesel, 130-h.p. Six-Cylinder, for Rail-Car (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 270*
  • Diesel. See also Motor Ships ; Marine Propulsion
  • High-Speed, 160-h.p, Eight-Cylinder (W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 530*
  • High-Speed, 110-h.p. and 165-h.p. Eight-Cylinder, Ganz-Jendrassik, 606*
  • — — 85-h.p. Four-Cylinder, Dorman-Ricardo,
  • 182*
  • 275-b.h.p., Latton Pumping Station, Swindon, 647*
  • Marine, 1,200-kW Fiat-Diesel, Eight- Cylinder, Train Ferry “ Scilla,” 216*
  • Marine, 2,300-b.h.p., Polar Atlas, M.Y. “Rosaura,” 564*
  • Marine, 100-b.h.p. Scavenge-Pump Type, Motor Barge “ Resourceful,” 390
  • —— Marine, 220-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder, Motor Drifter “ Girl Helen,” 389
  • Marine, 2,400-s.h.p. Six-Cylinder, Workman-Clark-Sulzer, M.S. “ Isipingo,” 144
  • Marine, Torsional Vibration Stresses of, 167*. See LETTERS, 291, 344*, 400, 496, 578, 684*
  • Maybach-Diesel, 410-h.p. Twelve-Cylinder, for Oil-Electric Rail Coach, 173*
  • — — 150-h.p. Six-Cylinder, Brotherhood-Ricardo, for Shunting Locomotive, 510
  • 630-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder, Tests of (National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 330
  • and Steam, for Ships, Comparison between, 106
  • — Torsional Vibration in, 582*, 611*
  • Use on Farms, 545
  • See also Tractors and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Paraffin, Industrial, 5-10 h.p. and 20-40 h.p.
  • Four-Cylinder (Morris Motors, Ltd.), 525*
  • — Petrol, Aeroplane. See Aeronautics
  • Causes of Detonation in, 335. See LETTER, 329
  • Combustion Conditions in, 743*. See 362*, 623
  • Cooling System of, 535
  • Measurement of Flame-Temperatures in, 362*, 623, 743*
  • Motor-Car, American, Improvements in, 153
  • Motor-Car (Review), 590
  • Motor-Car, Austin, Valve-Seat Wear Tests, 246, 307*
  • Motor-Car, 25-h.p. Eight-Cylinder (Daimler Co., Ltd.), 522
  • Motor-Car Experiments on Cylinder Wear in, 50*
  • — — Motor-Car, History and Development of, 523 556
  • Motor-Car, J.A.P., Valve-Seat Wear Tests, 246*
  • — — Motor Car, Noises from, 295, 297
  • — — Motor-Car, Supercharging in, 153
  • Motor Car, Talbot, Valve-Seat Wear Tests, 246, 307*
  • Motor-Car, Thornycroft, Valve-Seat Wear Tests, 246, 306*
  • — — Motor-Car, Valve-Seat Wear in, Report, 245*, 306*
  • — — for Road Grader (Allis-Chalmers Tractor Division), 585*
  • 9-h.p. Single-Cylinder, Industrial (Coventry Climax Engines, Ltd.), 231*
  • 0 • 5-h.p. Single-Cylinder (Villiers Engineering Co., Ltd.), 181*
  • Torsional Vibration in, 582*, 611*
  • — — 600-h.p., Twelve-Cylinder Winton, for Train Unit, 510
  • —? — See also Aeronautics; Motor Cars
  • — Steam, 150-h.p. Compound (W. H. Allen,
  • Sons & Co., Ltd.), 180*
  • High-Speed Geared Compound with Exhaust Turbine, S.S. “Adderstone,” 347*
  • — — Marine, 1,750-i.h.p. Triple-Expansion,
  • S.SS. “Arcwear” and “Arctees,” 568*, 574
  • Marine. See also Marine Propulsion; Turbines
  • and Oil, for Ships, Comparison between, 106
  • Ripper’s (Review), 451
  • Traction, Development and Types of, 477*, 562*
  • Traction. See also Tractors
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Engineering and Allied Industries, Position and Prospects, 17, 43, 73, 99,127,154,198, 240, 283, 325
  • — Apprentices. See Apprentices
  • — Centenaries in 1934, 16
  • — Contracts. See Contracts ; Legal
  • — Education. See Education; Apprenticeship
  • — Experimental, Technical Measurements for (Review), 394
  • — Institute of Canada, Annual Dinner, 327;
  • Award of Kennedy Medal to A. J. Grant, 327
  • — Laboratories. See Laboratories; National Physical
  • — Philosophical Aspects of, 379
  • — Shop Practice (Review), 590
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • — Standards. See Standards Institution
  • — Trades, Census of Production, Report on,
  • 517
  • — Works. See Works
  • Engineers-in-Charge, Institution of, Annual Dinner, 463
  • — Economic Study Group, 71. See LETTER,
  • 131
  • — Education. See Education; Apprenticeship
  • — German Circle, Fast Rail-Cars on German
  • State Railways, by Mr. Stroebe, 353; Modern Structural Welding, by O. Bondy, 402
  • — Institutions. See Institutions
  • — International Federation of, Formation, 615
  • — and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution
  • of, Some Influences on Shipowner’s Choice of New Cargo Ship, by R. R. Campbell and B. Ramsay, 323
  • — Trained, Unemployment Amongst, 173
  • England and New England, Rainfall Variations in, 611
  • —Water Supply in, 151
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., Super-Pressure Steam-Turbine Installation and 30,000- kW Turbo-Generator, Bradford, 83*, 111*, 251*, 338*; Hydraulic Turbine for
  • Gas-Charged Water, 217* ; Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 262 ; Combination Fuse Switchgear, 262* ; 300-h.p. Diesel- Electric Locomotive, 648*
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., Large DoubleHelical Gear Wheel, 318, 437* ; 55-in. Centre Four-Saddle Heavy Lathe, 618*; Heat Treatment Plant for Large Forgings, 713*
  • Ennis, I,., on Sydney Harbour Bridge, 498
  • Erdmann, Kircheis, Double-Acting Concentric-Ram Deep-Drawing Press, 61*
  • Erecting Machine, Lining, Mersey Road Tunnel, 57*
  • Erhardt Process of Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 30, 87*
  • Erskine Heap & Co., Ltd., 11-kV Inverted Pole Mounting Trifurcating Box, 53*
  • Escher, Wyss & Co., 3,430-h.p. Pelton-Wheel Turbines, 248
  • “ Esk,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch of, 376 “Espadarte,” Portuguese Submarine, Launch of, 685
  • Est Railway, Locomotive Performances on, 604 Estuaries, Tidal, Model Experiments on, 520 Ettore Bugatti Automobiles, High-Speed Rail Car, 568*
  • Europe, Mechanical Methods of Glass Manufacture in, 637
  • Eutectic Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Evans, G., on Manufacture of Seamless Tubes, 30*, 87*, 137*
  • Evans, O., Orukter Amphibolos, 437 Evaporative Elements for Velox Boiler, 431, 470*. See Erratum, 458
  • Evaporators, Ammonia, Refrigerating Plant, Hull Ice Co., Ltd., 427
  • — Loeffler Boiler, 722*
  • — for Ross Decalorator System, 11*
  • Everett, E. I., the Late, 539
  • Everett, Edgcumbe & Co., Ltd., Photo-Electric Photometer, 141* ; Trolley-’Bus Leakage Detector, 141; Waldram Daylight-Factor Gauge, 278*
  • Evershed & Vignoles, Ltd., Megger Insulation Tester, 141* ; Capacity Megger, 233* ; Megger Circuit Tester, 234*
  • Excavating Machine, Trench (J. Allen & Sons (Oxford), Ltd.), 739*
  • Excavators, Bucket, German, for Open-Cut Brown-Coal Mining, 369*, 508*
  • — f-Cubic Yard Universal, Petrol-Driven
  • (Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd.), 359*
  • Exhaust Steam Turbine. See Turbine, Steam
  • — Valves. See FaZtes
  • Exhausters, Gas, for Gas Works, 495, 501
  • Exhibition, British Industries Fair, Birmingham, 179*, 225*, 239, 258*, 359*, 434. See. LETTERS, 158, 272, 400, 454, 550
  • — Building, Paris, Design Competition for,
  • 727
  • — Electrical, Liverpool, 620
  • — Engineering, Institution of Civil Engineers’
  • Conversazione, 710*
  • — Hythe, of High-Speed Motor Boats, 454
  • — “ Ideal Home,” Olympia, 434
  • — Leipzig Fair, Machine Tools at, 356, 382*,
  • 410*
  • — Machine Tool and Engineering, Olympia,
  • 10
  • —- Model Railway Club, 407
  • — New York Motor Show, 153
  • — Paris Agricultural Machinery, 450*
  • International Trade Fair, 149
  • — Refrigeration, Science Museum, 494
  • — Scientific. Apparatus, Physical Society’s,
  • 44*, 71*, 116*, 140*
  • Apparatus, Royal Society’s Conversazione, 575*
  • — Telford Centenary, 681
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Expanding Machines for Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 30, 87*, 137*
  • Experimental Tank. See Tani ; SZnp Models ; Ship Resistance
  • Explosions, Coal Dust, Investigations in United States, 558
  • — Colliery. See Colliery Explosions
  • — Flame Investigation Camera, 711
  • — Gaseous. See Colliery Explosions
  • — Under-Water, Photographic Records of, 711 Explosives, Lectures on, Royal School of Mines,
  • 96
  • Export Trade. See Trade ; and Industries in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Express,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch of, 692
  • Extensometers for High Sensitivity Creep-Testing Machines, 212*
  • Extracting Machine for Potato-Starch Manufacture, 640*
  • Extruded Eutectic Alloys, Viscous Properties of, 340
  • Eyebolts, Steel, Specification, 437
  • Eynsham Gas Works, Modernisation of, 744
  • FACTORY Accidents, See Accidents
  • — Beet-Sugar, Treatment of Effluents from, 196
  • — Incentives in Repetition Work in, Report, 592
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Organisation, Trends in, 547
  • — Relation of Size to Output of, 518
  • Fan, Aeroto, 75-in. for Tube Railway Ventilation, 92*. See LETTERS, 272*
  • — Forced and Induced Draught, Brimsdown
  • Power Station, 694*
  • and induced Draught, Jiges Boiler Installations, 8*, 64*
  • — Ventilation, Mersey Road Tunnel,165*, 311*
  • Fankuld Totally-Enclosed Electric Motor,
  • Faraday Lecture on Electrical Engineer and Free Electron, 344
  • — Medal, Award to Sir F. E. Smith, 177 Farmer, J. D., on Heat Leakage into Insulated Holds, 409
  • Farming. See Agricultural; Tractors
  • Fatigue Characteristics, Influence of Intercrystalline Boundary on, 328
  • — Cracking, Photographs of, 710*
  • — Failure and Crystalline Structure, 298*
  • — Industrial. See under Labour
  • — Tests of Metals. See Alternating-Stress under Tests (Materials')
  • “ Fearless,” H.M. Destroyer, Launch of, 571 Fechheimer, C. J., on Turbine Generator Ventilation, 15. See LETTERS, 157, 424*
  • Federation of British Industries, Survey of Britain’s Recent Commercial Policy, 738 Feed Pumps. See Pumps
  • — Water Heater, De-aerating, Marine Type (Cochrane Corporation), 741*
  • — — Heater for Super-Pressure Steam-Turbine
  • Plant, Bradford, 85*
  • Heaters for 10,000-kW Turbo-Generator, Delray Power Station, 23, 78*
  • Softener. See Water Softener - Supply with Automatic Combustion Control, 135
  • —: — Treatment in Gas Works, 495
  • Treatment for Marine Boilers, 107
  • — — See also Water
  • Fell, Dr. E. W., on Viscous and Plastic Flow in Soft Metals, 340
  • Fells, Dr. H. A., on Town Gas in Steel Industry, 688
  • Female Labour. See Labour and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., Switchgear, St. Albans Substation, 580*
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Combined Current Test Sets, 117*; Three-Phase and Single-Phase Moving-Coil Regulators, 192* ; Tail-End Booster, 193* ; Polyphase Meter, 193* ; Mains-Operated Electric Clock, 193 Ferro-Concrete Bridge Design (Review), 504
  • — — Bridge, Limiting Span of, 267
  • Bridges, London Midland & Scottish Railway, Northern Counties Committee, 104*
  • in Buildings, Report; 70
  • Continuous Frames of (Review), 577
  • Construction in Winter Weather (Review), 284
  • Deterioration in Sea Water Report, 352 and Masonry Buttresses, Assouan Dam, 559*
  • Piles, Behaviour during Driving, 494 Roadway, Mersey Road Tunnel, 57* Viaducts, Greenisland Loop Line, County Antrim, 104*
  • — — Walls,- Swing Bridge across River
  • Weaver, 209*
  • — — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ferry Boats, Diesel-Electric, “ Queen Margaret ” and “ Robert the Bruce,” 288*
  • — Train, “ Scilla,” Diesel-Electric, 216* Steam, “ Twickenham Ferry,” 453* Fforde, F. C., on Port Works at Mombasa, 373 Field Drains, Outflow from, Automatic Meter
  • for, 77*
  • Files and Rasps, Specification, 60
  • Film versus Drop Formation on Condenser Tubes, 519
  • — Theory of Lubrication, 441*, 464
  • Filter, Air, for Oil Engines (C. G. Vokes, Ltd.), 194*
  • — for Insulating Oils, 215
  • Finland, Economic Conditions in, Report, 734
  • — Water Power Developments in, 4*, 27* Finney, G., & Co., Curing Press, 187* Fire Control for Passenger Vessels, 105
  • — Detectors, Automatic (Donalarm, Ltd.), 579
  • — Fighting Arrangements in Ships, 465
  • — Protection, Asbestos Fittings’ for (Bell’s
  • Asbestos & Engineering Supplies, Ltd.), 579
  • of Steel Columns with Gypsum, 5 of Steel-Framed Structures, 727 System for Railway-Carriage Sheds, 300 -— Station, Mersey Road Tunnel, 313* Firebricks, Microscopy of, 280
  • — Silica, Reversible Thermal Expansion of, 133
  • — Testing of, 280
  • — See also 'Refractory Materials
  • Fireclay Products for Blast-Furnace Linings, 664, 682
  • Firth, T., & J. Brown, Ltd., Engineers’ Tool Department, 665*, 710
  • Fishing Boats, Diesel Engines for, 164
  • Fits, Force and Shrinkage, Influence of Keys and Keyways on, 439*, 465
  • Flame, Explosion, Investigation Camera, 711
  • — Temperatures in Petrol Engine, Measure* ment of, 362*, 623, 793*
  • Flamm System of Stabilising Ships, 502*; Tests, M.S. " Indrapoera,” 645*
  • Flanges, Pipe, for High Pressures and Temperatures, Stresses in, 445*, 506*
  • Flats, Working-Class, Construction of, 727
  • Fleet. See Warships
  • Flett, J., Motor Drifter " Girl Helen,” 389 Flight. See Aeronautics
  • Floods and Drought, 400
  • — London, and Thames Tides, 337
  • — in Relation to Reservoir Practice, Report,
  • 422*
  • Floor Heating, Deriaz System of, 88* Flow in Alluvial Rivers and Canals, 250
  • — through Disc-Orifices in Pipes, 25
  • — Gauging Apparatus for Rivers, 26
  • — of Ofanto River, Researches on (Review),
  • 284
  • — of Supersaturated Steam through Nozzles,
  • 303*, 333*
  • — in Tidal-Estuary, Models, 520
  • — of Water in Pipes, Tables of, 544 —• — through Earth Dams, 278
  • Flue-Gas Washing Plant, Brimsdown Power Station, 694*
  • Fluid Friction in Condenser Tubes, 275*
  • Fodens, Ltd., 8-n.h.p. Single-Cylinder Traction
  • Engine, 478* ; 5-ton Steam Lorry, 563*; Six-Wheeled Steam Lorry, 563*
  • Foerster, Dr. E., on Problems of Shipping Technology, 700
  • Food Preservation, Tin-Plate for, 297 Footpaths to Roads, Census of, 495
  • Force Fits, Influence of Keys and Keyways on, 439*, 465
  • Ford, L. R., on Diesel versus Steam Drive for Cargo Ships, 106
  • Foremanship, National Conference on. See National Conference on Foremanship
  • Forest Products Research Laboratory, Princes Risborough, Researches at, 197
  • Forgings, Aluminium-Alloy, Specification, 697
  • — Large, Heat Treatment Plant for (English Steel Corporation), 713*
  • — Press. See Press under Machine Tools Form Efficiency of Ships, 435
  • — Moving, for Concrete Construction, Pamphlet on, 607
  • Forrest Lecture on Progress of Automobile Engineering, by Sir H. Fowler, 523, 556
  • Fort Rae, Canada, Meteorological Observations at, 472
  • "Fortuna,” Steam Tug, Flamm System of Stabilisation, 502*
  • Foster Instrument Co., Alarm-Recording Pyrometer, 71* ; Projected-Scale Indicator, 71; Temperature Indicator, 188; Introscope, 189*
  • Foundations, Earth-Dam, Flow of Water through, 278
  • — Sydney Harbour Bridge, 498
  • Foundry Practice, Courses at Sheffield University, 678
  • — School, British, Proposals for, 353
  • — See also Casting ; Moulding
  • Fowler, J., & Co., Ltd., 8-n.h.p. Single-Cylinder Ploughing Engine, 562* ; 20-n.h.p. Compound Ploughing Engine, 562*
  • Fowler, Sir H., on Progress of Automobile Engineering, 523, 556
  • Fox, S., & Co., Ltd., High-Frequency Electric Steel-Melting Plant, 455*
  • Foxlee, R. W., on Impact on Railway Bridges, 118
  • Foxwell, Dr. G. E., on Combustion of Pulverised Fuel, 29
  • Fractures, Fatigue and Corrosion, Photographs of, 710*
  • — in Steel Sections and Plates, 105
  • Frames, Continuous, of Reinforced Concrete (Review), 577
  • — Rigid, in Steel Structures, 727
  • — for 2-8-2 Type Three-Cylinder Locomotive,
  • 715*
  • France, Dam Construction in, 109, 207
  • — Lac Noir Hydro-Electric Plant, Pipe Failure at, 155
  • — See also French
  • Francis Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic Fraser & Chalmers Engineering Works, Screens for Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 417*
  • Fraser, R. P., Explosion-Flame Investigation Camera, 711
  • Freeman, R., on Sydney Harbour Bridge, 467, 498; Model of Birchenough Bridge, 710; on Long-Span Bridges, 727
  • French Aircraft Carriers, 387
  • — Farm Machinery, Progress of, 450*
  • — Railways, Locomotive Performances on,
  • 478*, 604
  • — — Motor Rail Car with Pneumatic Tyres,
  • 726
  • — State Railway, High-Speed Rail Oar, 568*
  • — See also France
  • Frere, F. H., the Late, 130
  • Friction Clutch. See Motor-Car Details
  • — Fluid, in Condenser Tubes, 275*
  • — of Solids, 709
  • Frictional Resistance of Ships. See SAip Resistance
  • Frosts, Concrete Construction Work during (Review), 284
  • Fruit-Canning Industry, Problems in, 297
  • Fuel Atomisation in Solid-Injection Oil Engines, 285*
  • — Boiler, Wood Refuse as, 53
  • — Calorific Values of, Standard Definitions for,
  • 676
  • — Colloidal. See Colloidal Fuel
  • — Diesel, and Knock Rating, 102, 291
  • — Gaseous, for Motor Vehicles, Demonstration
  • of, 685
  • — Institute of, Utilisation of Coke-Oven Gas,
  • by Major M. Koopman, 573
  • — Liquid. See also Oil Fuel
  • — Motor, from Coal, Demonstration of, 685
  • — — See also Benzol; Gas; Motor; Petrol;
  • Producer
  • — Naval, Coal and Oil Products as, 679
  • — Oil. See OiZ Fuel
  • — Pump. See Pwmp
  • — Research Board, Report on Accuracy of
  • Routine Analytical Determinations of Coal and Coke, 249
  • — — Station, Report on Viscosity of Pitch,
  • 60; Investigations on Action of Solvents on Coal, 276; Exhibit at Royal Society’s Conversazione, 576; Investigations at Greenwich, 737; Experiments on Production of Solid Smokeless Fuel, 744
  • — Solid Smokeless, Experiment on Production
  • of, 744
  • — — Smokeless, for Domestic Fires, 707
  • — See also Coal; Oil; Gas ; Pulverised Coal Fulham, Townmead Road Power Station, 738 Fuller, A. J., Townmead Road Power Station,
  • Fulham, 738
  • Functions, Conjugate, for Engineers (Review), 534
  • Fungus Destruction by Water-Insoluble Salts 697
  • Furnace, Blast, Fireclay Products for Linings of, 664, 682
  • Gas for Velox Boiler Plant, 527*
  • Interactions of Gases and Ore in, 655, 662 Report on Practice with, 656, 663
  • — Boiler. See Stoker
  • — Electric, Box Type (Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd.), 230*
  • for Creep-Testing Machines, 212*
  • Forced-Air Circulation (Birmingham Electric Furnaces, Ltd.), 230*
  • — ?— High-Frequency, Linings for, 280
  • High-Frequency for Steel Melting (Electric Furnace Co., Ltd.), 455*

Furnace. Gas-Fired, Heat Treatment, for Large Forgings (English Corporation, Ltd.), 713*

  • - Heat-Treatment, Firth-Brown Engineers’ Tool Department, 668
  • - Re-Heating ,for Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 87
  • - Reverberatory, First Use of Coal in, 161
  • - Steel Heating, Use of Town Gas in, 688
  • - for Steel-Sheet Manufacture, 689, 712
  • - See also Coke Ovens
  • "GALILEO GALILEI,” Italian Submarine, Launch of, 594
  • Gantry. See Crane
  • Ganz and Co., 110-h.p. and 165-h.p. Eight-Cylinder Ganz-Jendrassik Oil Engines, 606*
  • Garage Mechanics, Proficiency Certificates for, 708
  • Garden Roller, 9-cwt. Petrol-Driven (Barford and Perkins, Ltd.), 184*
  • Garratt, E. C., on Development of Auxiliary Propeller Drive, 466. See Nrratwm, 515
  • Garston, Building Research Station, Report on Behaviour of Ferro-Concrete Piles during Driving, 494
  • Gas Analysis by Measurement of Thermal Conductivity (Review), 366
  • - Blast-Furnace, Iodine in Dust from, 579
  • — Furnace, Velox Boiler Plant with, 527*
  • - Calorimetry (Review), 140
  • - Carbon Dioxide. See Carbon Dioxide
  • - Coke Oven. See Coke Oven
  • - in Copper-Aluminium Alloys, Influence on
  • Segregation, 328
  • - Electric Discharge in. See Electric
  • Engineers, Institution of, Presidential Address, by F. P. Tarratt, on Progress of Gas Industry, 687 ; Some Aspects of Benzole Recovery and Refining, by S. W. A. Wikner and B. Richardson, 688; Use of Town Gas in Steel Industry by Dr. H. A. Fells, 688; Experiments at Fuel Research Station upon Production of Solid Smoke¬less Fuel, by Engr.-Capt. J. F. Shaw and Dr. J. G. King, 744; Gas industry in Canada and United States of America, I. Gas Production, by Col. W. M. Carr; II. Distribution and Utilisation, by C. A. Mastermann. III. Administration, Ac¬countancy and Publicity in America, by T. Carmichael, 744; Costs, Gas Charges and Working Results at Macclesfield, by H. Curtis, 744; Modernising Small Gas Undertakings, by D. B. Parkinson, 744
  • - Fired Furnaces., See Furnaces
  • - as Fuel for Motor Vehicles, Demonstration of, 685
  • - and Gas Works. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • - Industry, British, Progress of, 687
  • - Industry in United States and Canada, 744
  • - Ionisation of. See Ionisation
  • Gas Light and Coke Co., Coal-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 141* ; Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton, 391*, 417*. 531*.' See LETTER, 496; Gas Works Practice of, 495, 499*, 554
  • Liquefaction of, 519
  • and Metal Surfaces, Interaction between, 575
  • Mixing Plant, Selas, Firth-Brown Engineers’
  • Tool Department, 668
  • and Ore, Interactions in Blast Furnaces,
  • 655, 662
  • Producer. See Producer
  • Town, Use in Steel Industry, 688
  • Turbine. See Turbine
  • Undertakings, Small, Modernisation of, 744
  • Water, Carburetted, in Gas Works, 500*
  • Works, Benzole Recovery and Refining in,
  • 688
  • Beckton, Coal-Handling Plant, 141*; Coke-Handling Plant, 391*, 417*, 531*. See LETTER, 496
  • — Practice, 495, 499*, 554
  • See also Carbon Dioxide ; Carbon Monoxide ;
  • Hydrogen ; Nitrogen; Oxygen, &c.
  • Gaseous Explosions. See Colliery Explosions Gasholders, Distance Indicator for (Electroflo Meters, Ltd.), 188*
  • Gasoline. See Petrol; Engine, Petrol; Aero¬nautics
  • Gates, Lock, 1,000-ton Canal-Barge Lift, Niederfinow, 375*
  • Gauge, Waldram Daylight-Factor (Everett, Edgcumbe <fc Co., Ltd.), 278*
  • Gear Boxes, Motor Car. See Motor-Car Details
  • - Cutting Machines. See Machine Tools
  • - Driving, for 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, Toronto, 281*, 447*
  • - Helical, Hob-Cut, Noisy Running of, 138*
  • - Spur, Correct and Incorrect Hobs for, 533*
  • - Steering. See Motor-Car Details
  • - Transmission, for 130-h.p. Rail-Car, 270*
  • - Wheels, Double-Helical, 13 ft. 7J in. and
  • 19 ft. Diameter, 318, 437*
  • Geared Turbines, Marine. See Marine Propul¬sion
  • Gearing, Reduction, Torsional Vibrations in, 583*, 611*
  • Gebbie, F. St. J., the Late, 273
  • Gelson, W. E., on Stresses in Short-Span Railway Bridges, 118
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Compact Switchgear for Substations, 26* ; Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 45 ; 5-h.p., 550-volt Flame-Proof Motor, 259 *; Double¬Drum Scraper Haulage, 259;. Automatic Gate-End Box, 259*; Double-Spindle Polisher, 260*; 380-b.h.p. Witton Synchronous Induction Motors, 427* ; 3,750- kW Pass-Out Turbo-Generators, 473*; Photo-Cell Equipment for Smoke Detection, 677
  • Generator Electric, 16,000-kVA, Abborfors Hydro-Electric Plant, 27*
  • and Air Compressor, 10-18-h.p. Paraffin- Driven (Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 439*
  • Generator, Electric, Air Compressor and Pumping Set, 8-h.p. Diesel-Driven (Petters, Ltd.), 439*
  • 50-kW (W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 180*
  • 75,000-kW, Barking Power Station, 144* — — 3,500-kVA, Bracinho Hydro-Electric Plant, 249
  • 25,000-kW, Brimsdown Power Station, 719*
  • — Cooling of, 15. See LETTERS, 157, 424* 240-kW, Ifor Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 648*
  • 5,000-kW, for Power Station, Report on Breakdown, 407
  • 24,000-kVA, Imatra Hydro-Electric Plant, 27*
  • Motor-Driven, 1,250-kW, for Electric Steel-Melting Plant (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 456*
  • 250-kW for Oil-Electric Rail Coach, 174* Pacinotti’s Invention of Dynamo, Commemoration of, 658
  • 3,750-kW, Paper Mills Power Station, Dartford, 473*
  • 7,810-kVA, Pykara Hydro-Electric Scheme, 108. See LETTER, 218
  • 60,000-kW, Townmead Road Power Station, Fulham, 738
  • 1,200-kW, Train Ferry “Scilla,” 216* 30,000-kW, Valley Road Power Station, Bradford, 83, 251*, 338*
  • 25,000-kVA and 94,000-kVA, Ventilated Rotors for (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 536*
  • See also Twri»o-(?enerators
  • Generating Station. See Power Station Genval Paper Works, Belgium Jiges Boiler Installation 6*, 64*
  • Geometry, Descriptive, and Drawing, Engineering (Review), 255
  • — — Principles of (Review), 284
  • Geophysics, Sources of Information on, 85* George V, H.M. King, Accepts Bessemer
  • Medal, 407, 655, 656
  • German Bucket-Excavators for Open-Cut Brown-Coal Mining, 369*, 508*
  • — Circle, Engineers’. See Engineers’ German
  • Circle
  • — Post Office, Public Writing-Telegraph
  • Service, 687*
  • — State Railways, Automatic Self-Closing
  • Spraying Nozzle, 250*; High-Speed Rail-Cars on, 353; High-Speed Diesel- Electric Rail-Coach, 173* ; 4-6-4 Type Streamlined Locomotive, 597*
  • — Trade. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Germany, Concrete Dams in, 80
  • — Leipzig Fair, Machine Tools at, 356, 382*,
  • 410*
  • — Niederfinow, 1,000-ton Canal-Barge Lift,
  • 374*
  • — Production of Brown Coal in, 369
  • — Reorganisation of Trade and Industry
  • in, 432
  • Gibson, Prof. A. H., on Model Experiments on Tidal Estuaries, 520
  • Gidea Park to Shenfield Widening, London & North Eastern Railway, 75*
  • Giertz-Hedstrom, S., on Cement and Concrete, 296
  • Gillford, F. H., on Modern Road Engines, 477,* 562*
  • Gilman, F. (B.S.T.), Ltd., Satchel Universal Tool, 190*
  • Girder Bridges, Specification, 13, 37
  • — Cantilever, Phosphate-Handling Plants,
  • Nauru and Ocean Island, 48*
  • — Circular, Phosphate-Handling Plant, Nauru,
  • 49*
  • — Lattice, Stresses in (Review), 211
  • — of Railway Bridges, Hammer-Blow Impact
  • on, 118
  • — See also Beams ; Bridges
  • ".Girl Helen,” Motor Drifter, 389
  • Glands, 2,500-kW Super-Pressure Steam
  • Turbine, 112*
  • Glasgow Royal Technical College, Education of Electrical Engineers at, 309*, 395*
  • Glass, Decolorising of, 551
  • — Enamelled Vessels (R. Jenkins & Co., Ltd.), 262
  • — Fibre, Thermal Conductivity of, 171*
  • — Industry of Scandinavia, 476
  • — Lithium Oxide-Containing, Volatilisation from, 476
  • — Manufacture, Mechanical Methods of, 637
  • — Products, Manufactured, Statistical Tests for, 288
  • — Silica, Early Example of, 575
  • — Soda-Lime-Silica, Reactions in Formation
  • of, 288; Thermal Expansion of, 476
  • — Strength of, 244
  • — Technology, Society of, Study of Crushing Brittle Solids, by W. F. Carey and G. H. Bosanquet, 133; Reversible Thermal Expansion of Silica Brick, by J. A. Sugden, 133; Notes on Heat-Resisting Metals, by Dr. N. P. Inglis, 133; Strength of Glass, by J. Murgatroyd, 244; Behaviour of Glass when Slowly Heated, with Reference to Thermal Expansion, by Dr. E. Seddon and Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 244; Fundamental Reactions in Formation of Soda-Lime-Silica Glass, by R. F. R. Sykes and Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 288; Application of Statistical Methods to Quality Control of Manufactured Products: Planning of Statistical Tests, by B. P. Dudding and I. M. Baker, 288 ; Volatilisation from Lithium Oxide-Containing Glasses, by Dr. E. Preston and Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 476; Glass Industry of Scandinavia, by Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 476; Thermal Expansion of Soda-Lime- Silica Glasses, by Dr. E. Seddon, F. Winks and Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 476; Developments in Decolorising of Glass, by Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 551: Preparation of Sodium Carbonate Free from Iron Oxide, by W. H. Withey, 637 ; Development of Mechanical Methods of Glass Manufacture in Europe, by Prof. W. E. S. Turner, 637
  • — Thermal Expansion of, 244
  • Glasspoole, Dr. J., on Exceptional Summer of 1933, 34
  • Gledhill, A. H., on Development and Exploitation of Inventions, 90. See 101. See Erratum, 149
  • “ Gliickauf,” S.S., First Oil Tanker, 466 Gold Mining Industry, South Africa, 654
  • — Ore, 3,000-h.p. Double Conical Drum Hoist
  • for, 330*
  • “ Golfinho,” Portuguese Submarine, Launch of, 685
  • Goodacre, Dr. R., on Mounting of Wire for Fatigue Testing, 503*
  • Goodall, Clayton and Co., Ltd., Coal-Cleaning and Grading Plant, Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • Gordon, W. R., on Utilisation of Coal, 492
  • Gough, Dr. H. J., on Research Problems in Engineering, 298* ; on Influence of Intercrystalline Boundary on Fatigue Characteristics, 328
  • Gougis Beetroot-Seed Sower, 450*
  • Gourley, H. J. F., on Water Supply of Kano, Nigeria, 200
  • Government Railways. See State Railways
  • — Economic Planning by, 432
  • Governor, Emergency, 9,000-kW Steam-Extraction Turbine, 675*
  • — Gear for Oil-Electric Rail Coach, 173* 30,000-kW Steam Turbine, 338*
  • — — 2,500-kW Super-Pressure Turbo-Generator, 111*
  • — Hydraulic, for 13,700-b.h.p. Diesel Engine,
  • 221*
  • Grader, Road, “ Speed Patrol ” Petrol-Driven (Allis-Chalmers Tractor Division), 585*
  • Grading and Cleaning Plant, Coal, Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • — and Screening Plant, Coke-Handling Plant,
  • Beckton Gas Works, 391*, 417*
  • Grant, A. J., Award of Kennedy Medal to, 327 Graphs of Standard Mathematical Functions (Review), 225
  • Grashof’s Formula for Condenser Design, 160*, 242
  • Grates, Open, Production of Coke for, 707
  • — See also Stoker
  • Graver Tank and Manufacturing Corporation, Intercepting Trap for Suction Dredger, 387*
  • Graving Dock. See Dock
  • Gravity Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Gray Lectures on Deep Diving, 268, 324
  • Green, A. T., on Permeability of Refractories to Gases, 279; on Action of Carbon Monoxide on Refractories, 280 ; on Fireclay Products for Blast-Furnace Linings, 664. See 682
  • Green, J. C., on Cupola Linings, 280
  • Green, W. A., Deflectometer, 710
  • Greenisland Loop Line, London Midland & Scottish Railway, Northern Counties Committee, 104*
  • Greenwich Fuel Research Station, Investigations at, 737
  • Greet, E. H., Impact on Railway Bridges, 118
  • Gresley, H. N., 2-8-2 Type Three-Cylinder Express Locomotive, 621*, 715*, 728*, 739
  • Grid Screen, Self-Cleaning (Jeffrey Manufacturing Co.), 718*
  • Griffiths, Dr. E., on Measurement of Humidity, 276
  • Grimsby Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Diesel Engines for Fishing Craft, by A. C. Hardy, 164
  • Grimston Electric Tools, Ltd., Combination Drills and Grinders, 190; Combination Sander and Polisher, 190*
  • Grinding Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Grinnel Sprinklers for Fire Protection of Railway-Carriage Sheds, 300
  • Grisbois Dam, France, 109
  • Griscom-Russell Co., Feed-Water Heaters, Delray Power Station, 23*, 78*
  • Grisenthwaite, T. C., on Steel-Bridge Design, 727
  • Grit-Extraction Plant for Jiges Boilers, 9*
  • Grizzly Screens, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 417*
  • Grogan, J. D., on Transverse Tests of Alumin- ium-Alloy Bars, 341
  • Grubb, Sir H., Parsons & Co., 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, 281*, 365*, 447*
  • Gunn, E. G., on Motor-Car Silencers, 295
  • Guy, H. L., on Design of Surface Condensing Plant, 159*, 204*, 275*. See 242, 519. See LETTER, 345
  • Gypsum, Use for Fire Protection of Steel Columns, 5
  • Gyro-Compass for Automatic Steering of Ships, 408, 413
  • Gyroscope, Constrained, for Automatic Steering of Ships, 413*
  • Gyroscopic Stabilisation of Land Vehicles (Review), 394
  • Gwynnes Pumps, Ltd., Two-Stage Centrifugal Pumps, 647*
  • Gwyther, R. D., on St. Helier’s Harbour, Jersey, 441
  • HABER, PROF. F., the Late, 272 Hachette, J. N. P., Centenary of, 34
  • Hackbridge Electric Construction Co., Ltd., 93,750-kVA Transformer, 144*
  • Hackney Power Station, Automatic Combustion Control at, 129, 134*
  • Hadfield, Sir R., on Metals at Temperature of Liquid Hydrogen, 331. See LETTER, 550; Exhibits at Royal Society Conversazione, 577; Exhibits at Institution of Civil Engineers’ Conversazione, 711
  • Hagan Automatic Combustion Control System, 130, 134, 162
  • Haigh, Prof. B. P., on Electrically-Welded Joints for Ships, 408
  • Halcrow, W. T., on Design of Concrete Dams, 609*, 637*. See 621
  • Hall, B. J., the Late, 539
  • Hall, W., on Hob-Cut Helical Gears, 138*
  • Hamburg Tank Society, Summer Meeting, Germany and Scotland, Programme, 624 ; Recent Developments in Ship Design and Propulsion, by Dr. G. Kempf, 700; Present-Day Problems of Shipping Technology, by Dr. E. Foerster, 700; High- Pressure Steam Turbines and Boilers, by O. Jebens, 700; Practical Limits of Super-Pressure Steam in Ship Propulsion, by Prof. G. Bauer, 701; Influence of Distribution of Weights and Buoyancy on Behaviour of Vessel in Seaway, by J. Anderson, 701; Influence of Various Forms of Ships upon Economy and Pitching of Ships of Given Distribution and Displacement, by Dr. G. Kempf, 701; Methods of Measuring Rapid Changes of Tension, Pressure and Strength, by Dr. W. Pabst, 701
  • Hamilton, A. M.. Transportable Bridge, 710 “ Hamilton,” U.S- Destroyer, Trials of, 106 Hammer, Large, for Rock-Breaking (Keystone Driller Co.), 81*
  • Hanchett Manufacturing Co;, Automatic Saw- Tooth Grinding Machine, 136*
  • Handling Arrangements, Cargo, in Ships, 106
  • — Coal and Coke, in Gas Works, 495, 501
  • — Installations, Phosphate, Nauru and Ocean Island, 48*
  • — Plant, Coal, Barking Power Station, 143 Coal, Brimsdown Power Station, 641*
  • — — Coal, Beckton Gas Works, 141*
  • Coke, Beckton Gas Works, 391*, 417*, 531*. See LETTER, 496
  • — and Storage Plant, Oil-Seed, Liverpool, 343* Hangchow-Kiangshan Railway, 4-8-0 Type
  • Locomotive, 102*
  • Hankins, Dr. G. A., on Dimensions of Specimens for Hardness Test, 327
  • Hanson, Prof. D., on Copper-Iron-Silicon Alloys, 341
  • Harbord, V., on Steel Rails, 359
  • Harbour Works, St. Helier’s, Jersey, 441
  • — Sydney, Bridge, Design and Construction of,
  • 467, 498
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Hardening Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Hardie, T., Coal-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 141* ; Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 391*, 417*, 531*. See LETTER, 496
  • Hardinge Thickeners for Flue-Gas- Washing Plant, Brimsdown, 695*
  • Hardness Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Tester for Water, Automatic (Elgin Softener
  • Corporation), 331*
  • Hardwick, Prof. F. W., the Late, 172
  • Hardy, A. C., on Diesel Engines for Fishing Craft, 164
  • Hardy, Sir W. B., the Late, 130
  • Hardypick, Ltd., Electrical Coal and Stone Drill, 307*
  • Harland Engineering Co., Ltd., Engineering Water-Supply Installation, 549
  • Harland and Wolff, Ltd., Murphy Screwless Swivel, 637*
  • Harris, Prof. C. L., Investigations on Wind Pressures on Buildings, 735*
  • Harrow, Adjustable (A. Milon), 450
  • Harvey, G. A., & Co. (London), Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 230
  • Harvey, Wilson and Osborne, Ltd., Tail-Shaft .Reconditioning Machine, 133*
  • Hatfield, Dr. H. S., on The Inventor, 90. See 101; See Erratum, 149
  • Hattori, D., on Thermal Conductivity of Tool Steel, 722
  • Haulage Scraper, Double-Drum (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 259
  • Haworth, J., the Late, 146
  • Hawthorn, R. & W., Leslie & Co., Ltd., Launch of H.M. Destroyer “ Electra,” 349 ; Launch of H.M. Destroyer “ Encounter,” 402; 300-h.p. Diesel-Electric
  • Locomotive, 648* ; Launch of Portuguese Sloop “ Afonso de Albuquerque,” 650
  • Head, Wrightson and Co., Ltd., Anti-Coal- Breaker for Ship Loading, 485*
  • Headers, Forged, for Jiges Boilers, 7*
  • Health Research Board, Industrial, Report on Incentives in Repetitive Work, 592
  • — in Tropics, Investigations regarding, 620
  • Heap, E., & Co., Ltd., 11-kV Inverted Pole Mounting Trifurcating Box, 53*
  • Heat Engines. See Engines ; Turbines ; Aeronautics
  • — Flow in Internal- Combustion Engine
  • Jackets, 535
  • — Insulating Materials for Steam Pipes,
  • Testing of, 1*, 58*, 171*, 252*
  • — Leakage into Insulated Holds, 409
  • — Loss from Steam Pipes, 2*, 58*, 171*, 252*
  • — Transmission in Boilers, 431, 469. See
  • Erratum, 458
  • through Building Materials, Investigations on, 628
  • — — in Loeffler Boilers, 724
  • in Surface Condensers, 160*, 204*, 242, 519
  • to Travelling-Grate Stokers, 588*, 656*, 669*
  • — Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy
  • — Waste. See Waste Heat
  • Heater, Air, Firth-Brown Engineers’ Tool Department, 665*
  • — Feed-Water. See Feed-TFater Heater
  • — Gas, Circulating (W. Canning <fc Co., Ltd.),
  • 186*
  • Heating Appliances, Industrial and Domestic (British, Trane Co., Ltd.), 258*
  • — Domestic, Smokeless Fuels for, 707
  • — by Electricity, Costs of, 250
  • — Floor, Deriaz System of, 88*
  • — Installations, Safety Devices for, Report, 579
  • — and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of,
  • Report on Safety Devices for Heating Installations, 579; Examination Syllabus, 660
  • Plant, Plenum, Firth-Brown Engineers’ Tool Department, 665*
  • -— — Plant, Radio City, New York, 10* Helical Gears. See Gears
  • Helium, Liquefaction and Solidification of, 519 IT
  • ^matite Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • uenderson, Sir J. B., on Automatic Control of TT Steering Ships, .413*. See 408
  • ?“enley’s, W. T., Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., 150-ampere Quick-Break Pole-Mounting Switch, 611*
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., 7f-in. Centre Cross-Sliding Turret Lathe, 24*; Tangic Die-Head, 235* ; Air-Operated Lathe Chuck, 235* ; Ardoloy Cutting Tools, 236; Atritor Pulveriser, 236; Preoptive Lathe Head- stock, 345*
  • Herbert, E. G., on Ageing Changes in Nitrided Steel, 745*
  • Herne Bay & District Electric Supply Co., Ltd., Cable-Laying Demonstration, 739?
  • Hersley, A. E., on Flame-Temperature in Petrol Engines, 623. See 362*
  • Hick, Hargreaves & Co., Ltd., Condensers, Barking Power Station, 144
  • High-Speed Gas (Great Britain), Ltd., Gas Producer for Motor Vehicles, 512*
  • Steel. See
  • — Temperature Tests. See Tests (Materials) Highfield Shield, Competition for, 685 Highways. See Roads
  • Hilger, A., Ltd., Nephelometer, 72; Bianco- meter, 73*
  • Hispano-Suiza Works,‘Paris, Activities of, 726
  • History of Glass-Making Machinery, 637
  • H.M. SS. See under Warships
  • Hoare, W. E., on Tin-Iron Alloy in Tin-Plate, 682; on Iron-Tin Reaction Products, 683
  • Hob-Cut Helical Gears, Noisy .Running of, 138*
  • Hobbing Machines, Gear. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • Hodgson, J. L., on Combustion Control Systems for Boilers, 134*, 162. See 129*
  • Hogfors Hydro-Electric Station, Finland, 28*
  • Hoist, 3,000-h.p. Double Conical Drum, Nordberg Manufacturing Co., 330*
  • — Electric, 2,000-lb. Portable (Holman
  • Brothers, Ltd.), 244*
  • — See also Cranes; Transporters
  • Hoisting Machinery, Electrically-Operated, 250-ton Revolving Crane, 672*
  • Holden and Hunt, Electric Butt Welder, 230* Holds, Insulated, Heat-Leakage into, 409 Hollyer, G. J., 11-kV Inverted Pole Mounting Trifurcating Box, 53*
  • Holman Brothers, Ltd., 2,000-lb.. Portable Electric Hoist, 244*; Three-Drum Drag Scraper, 661*
  • Holst and Co., Ltd., Beckton Gas Works Coke-Handling Plant, 391*, 417*, 531*. See LETTER, 496
  • Home Office, Report on Road Accidents, 99; Report on Breakdown of 5,000-kW Turbo- Generator, 407
  • Homestake Mining Co., South Dakota, 3000- h.p. Double Conical Drum Hoist, 330*
  • Homogeniser for Colloidal Emulsion Production (Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd.), 146*. See Erraiwm, 265
  • Honours List, New Year’s, 17; King’s Birthday, 654
  • Hook, Safety, for Cranes (London Hoist & Machinery Co.), 611*
  • Hookham, J. A. the Late, 218
  • Hoover Dam, Cooling System in, 638
  • “ Hopkinson ” Instability in Synchronous Motors, 616, 642*
  • Hopper, Compensating, Phosphate-Handling Plant, Nauru, 49*
  • Hordern, Mason and Edwards, Ltd., 200-ton Press, 226* ; Drawing Press, 226* ; 150- ton Double-Crank Press, 226*
  • Horlock, F. W., Motor Barge “Resourceful,” 390
  • Hoseason, D. B., on Cooling of Electrical Machines; 15. See LETTERS, 157, 424* Hours of Labour. See Labour
  • Householders, Small, Electricity Supply to, 659 Housing and Slum Clearance, Report, 520
  • — and Water Supply, 653
  • Howard, M. G., Pykara Hydro-Electric Scheme, 107*. See LETTER, 218
  • Hudspeth, Major H. M-, on Steel Pit Props and Mine Arches, 727
  • Hughes, H., <fc Son, Ltd., Marine Echo-Sounding Gear, 116*
  • Hugill, W., on Action of Carbon Monoxide on Refractories, 280; On Fireclay Products for Blast-Furnace Linings, 664. See 682
  • Hull, Alexandria Docks, Anti-Coal-Breaker for Ship Loading, 485*
  • —? Domestic Electricity Supply in, 659
  • Hull Ice Co., Ltd., Refrigerating Plant, 426*
  • Humidity in Closed Spaces, Measurement of; Report, 276
  • Hump, Vapocarb, Method of Steel Hardening, 300
  • Hunslet Engine Co., Ltd., 4-8-0 Type Locomotive for Hangchow-Kiangshan Railway, 102* ; 20-h.p. Diesel Locomotive, 182* ; Oil-Driven Shunting Locomotive, 510
  • Hupmobile Motor Car, Torsional Stabiliser for, 154
  • Hurd, Sir A., on the State and Shipping, 492
  • Hurst, J. E., on Wear of Nitrogen-Hardened Cast Iron, 50*
  • Husband, J. W., on Algal Growths and Water Supply, 26
  • Hydraulic Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • — Press. See Press under AfacAine Tools
  • — Tilting Gear for Electric Steel-Melting
  • Furnaces, 455*
  • — Turbines. See Turbines ; Power Plant
  • Hydraulics Laboratory, Nottingham University College, 485*
  • — Flow in Rivers and Canals, 250
  • — See also Hydrodynamics ; Water
  • Hydrodynamics and Aerodynamics (Review), 577
  • — Discharge of Lined Pipes, 25
  • — Flow through Disc-Orifices in Pipes. 25
  • — See also Ship Resistance
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • Hydrogen, Heavy, Discovery and Properties of, 464
  • Investigations of, 421
  • Hydrogenation of Coal, Costs of Products of, 679
  • Hygrometers, Development of, 276
  • Hysteresis, Elastic, in Crankshaft Steels, 168*. See LETTERS, 291, 344*, 400, 496,578, 684*
  • Hythe Exhibition of High-Speed Motor Boats, 454
  • IBBOTSON, DR. F., the Late, 218
  • Ice Tanks, Refrigerating Plant, Hull Ice Co., Ltd., 427*
  • — See also Refrigeration
  • I.C.I. Metals, Ltd., Kunial Copper Alloys, 175 Iere, Col. L., on Competition for Design of Exhibition Building, Paris, 727
  • “Ideal Home ” Exhibition, Olympia, 434 Ignition Temperature of Coal, 29
  • Ifor Power Station, Breakdown of 5,000-kW Turbo-Generator, 407
  • Ilford, Mercra Gaseous Discharge Lamps for Street Lighting, 82*
  • Illinois University, Tests of Locomotive Front- End Model, 69; Flame Temperatures in Intenal-Combustion Engine Measured by Spectral Line Reversal, 623 ; Cause and Prevention of Calcium Scale in Steam Boilers, 733
  • Illumination. 'See Lamps; Lighting; and Lamps under Electric
  • Iluminator, Water Gauge, for Boilers (Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd.), 187*
  • Imatra Hydro-Electric Station, Finland, 5*, 27* Impact Effects on Girders of Railway Bridges, 118
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Kunial Copper Alloys, 175; Hydraulic Turbine for Gas-Charged Water, 217* ; Investigations on Control of Temperatures of Travelling-Grate Stokers, 587*, 656*, 669*;, Electric Butt-Welding Machine for Tubes, 633*; Forging for Coal-Hydrogenation Plant, 713*
  • Imperial and International Communications Ltd., Photo-Telegraphic Equipment, 203*, Import Trade. See Trade
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines Incandescent Lamps. See Lamps under Electric
  • India, Air Services in, 380
  • — Import Trade of, Report, 380
  • — North Western Railway, Investigation of
  • Impact Effect on Bridges, 118
  • — Pykara Hydro-Electric Scheme, 107*. See LETTER, 218
  • India Rubber, Gutta Percha and Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., 10,000-ton Vulcanising Press, 156*
  • — Rubber. See Rubber
  • — Standardisation in, 522
  • — United Kingdom Trade with, Report, 380 Indian Railways, Proposed Construction of,
  • 380
  • Indicator, Distance, for Gasholders (Electroflo Meters, Ltd.), 188*
  • — Projected Scale (Foster Instrument Co.), 71
  • “ Indrapoera,” M.S., Flamm Stabiliser Tests,
  • 645*
  • Induction Furnaces. See Furnace, Electric Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Advisory Committee, Ross Institute, Work of, 620
  • — Agreements and Disputes. See Labour Notes under Labour
  • — Economics. See Labour
  • — Fatigue. See Labour
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Health Research Board, Report on Incentives in Repetitive Work, 592
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Notes. See Labour Notes under Labour
  • — Research. See Research
  • — Unrest. See Labour
  • — Welfare. See Labour Industry and Banking, 575
  • — and Commerce in England, Education foi
  • (Review), 16
  • — and Trade, German, Reorganisation of, 432
  • — United States, under National Industrial
  • Recovery Act, 238
  • — and Work of Research Associations, 98.
  • See LETTER, 102
  • — See also Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX Influence Lines and Moving Load Problems
  • 60*. See LETTER, 218*
  • Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd., Two-Stage Air- Cooled Air Compressor, 595*
  • Inglis, Dr. N. P., on Heat-Resisting Metals, 133 Ingots, Copper-Aluminium, Influence of Gases on Segregation in, 328
  • — Steel, Centrifugally-Cast, for Seamless-Tube
  • Manufacture, 137*
  • Dendritic Segregation in, 721
  • Structure of, 721
  • Inland Navigation. See Canals ; Rivers, &c. Inland Steel Co., Steel-Sheet and Strip Manufacture by, 690
  • Instability, “Hopkinson,” in Synchronous Motors, 616, 642*
  • Institute of Transport. See Transport
  • — See Institutions
  • Institution, British Standards. See Standards
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Arts, Royal
  • Society of; Automobile Engineers, Institution of; Automotive Engineers, American Society of; Belfast Association of Engineers ; British Architects, Royal Institute of; British Association ; British Engineers’ Association; Ceramic Society; Chemical Engineers, Institution of; Chemical Industry, Society of ; Civil Engineers, Institution of ; Consulting Marine Engineers and Ship Surveyors, Society of; Derby Society of Engineers ; Electrical Engineers, American Institute of; Electrical Engineers, Institution of; Engineering Institute of Canada; Engineers-in-Charge, Institution of; Engineers’ German Circle; Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of; Fuel, Institute of; Gas Engineers, Institution of; Glass Technology, Society of.; Grimsby Institution of Engineers and
  • Shipbuilders; Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of; Iron and Steel Institute ; Marine Engineers, Institute of ; Mechanical Engineers, American Society of; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of; Metals, Institute of ; Meteorological Society, Royal; Mining Engineers, Institution of; Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of; Municipal Electrical Association, Incorporated; Naval Architects, Institution of; Naval Architects, Japan Society of; Naval Architects and Marine Engineers, American Society of; Newcomen Society; North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders; Physical Society; Physics, Institute of; Royal Institution; Royal Society; Scientific Workers, Association of; Structural Engineers, Institution of; Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of; Swedish Engineers in Great Britain, Society of; Testing Materials, American Society for ; Transport, Institute of ; Water Engineers, Institution of
  • Insto Circular Saws, Manufacture by T. Firth and J. Brown, Ltd., 665*
  • Instrument Boards, Valley Road Power Station, Bradford, 339*
  • — See also Aeronautics ; Electric Insulated Holds, Heat-Leakage into, 409 Insulating Oils, Renovation of, 215* Insulation. See Heat; Electric
  • Insurance of Motor Cars, Legal Decisions in, 313
  • Intercooler for Air-Cooled Air Compressor (Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd.), 595*
  • Intercrystalline Boundary, Influence on Fatigue Characteristics, 328
  • Internal-Combustion Engines. See Aeronautics; Engines; Motor Cars; Motor Boats ; Tractors; Turbine, Gas
  • — Grinder. See Grinder under Machine Tools International Combustion Co., Ltd., Paper
  • Mills Power Station, Deptford, 472*; Boiler Plant, Brimsdown Power Station, 641*, 693*
  • — Congress for Applied Mechanics, Cambridge,
  • 629, 710
  • on Large Dams. See Dams, Large, International Congress on
  • for Steel Development. See Steel Development, International Congress for
  • — Federation of Engineers, Formation of, 615
  • — Trade Policy, British, 738
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • — Union of Pure and Applied Physics, London
  • Meeting, 709
  • Introscope (Foster Instrument Co.), 189* Inventions at British Industries Fair, 158, • 272, 400, 454, 550
  • — Development, Evolution, and Exploitation
  • of 90, 101. See Erratum, 149
  • — See also Patents
  • Inventors, Mental Characteristics of, 90, 101. See Erratum, 149
  • Iodine in Blast-Furnace Gas Dust, 579 Ionisation of Atmosphere, Investigations on, 680
  • Ionosphere, Investigations of, 680 Iraq, Kut Barrage Scheme, 197 Ireland, Valentine’s Glen, Railway Viaducts across,' 104*
  • Iris Diaphragm, 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, Toronto, 281*, 365*
  • Iron Alloys. See Metallurgy and Steel
  • — British Production of, 494
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • “ Iron Fireman ” Automatic Stoker, 230 Iron Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
  • — Manufacture. See Furnace, Blast; Metal
  • lurgy
  • — Ore. See Ore
  • — Pig, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — Production in Derbyshire, 701
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — and Steel Consumption, United Kingdom,
  • 18
  • Industrial Research Council, Investigations on Blast-Furnace Working, 655, 662, 663, 664, 682; Report of Corrosion Committee, 683, 743
  • Industry, Position and Reorganisation of, 463, 494, 603, 709

Iron and Steel Institute:

  • Andrew Carnegie Research Fund, 76 Autumn Meeting, Sheffield (1933):
  • Experiments on Resistance to Wear of Nitrogen-Hardened Cast-Iron, by
  • J. E. Hurst, 50*
  • Spring Meeting, London:
  • Programme, 496
  • Report of Council, 631
  • Honorary Treasurer’s Report, 631
  • Presidential Address, by W. R. Lysaght, on Steel Industry in Australia and South Africa, 655
  • Presentation of Bessemer Medal to H.M. the King, 407, 655, 656
  • Annual Dinner, 656
  • Reports of Discussions, 655, 682, 712, 721 Carnegie Scholarship Awards, 683, 712 Williams Prize Awards, 712
  • Interaction of Gases and Ore in the Blast Furnace, Part III. Proposed Methods for Comparative Testing of Iron Ores, by Prof. W. A. Bone, Dr. H. L. Saunders and N. Calvert, 662. See 655; Part IV. Equilibria and Velocities in Ore Reduction, by Prof. W. A. Bone, Dr. H. L. Saunders and J. E. Rushbrooke, 662. See 655 First Report of Blast-Furnace Practice Sub-Committee to Iron and Steel Industrial Research Council, 663. See 656.
  • Report on Blast-Furnace Linings. Part I. Blast-Furnace Linings, Examination of Information Received in Reply to Questionnaire Circulated to Iron Manufacturers, by A. T. Green, 664;
  • Iron and Steel Institute—continued.
  • Spring Meeting, London—continued.
  • Part II. Some Properties of Fireclay Products used for Blast-Furnace Linings, by A. T. Green, W. Hugill,
  • F. H. Clews, and H. Ellerton, 664. See 682
  • Elasticity, Deflection and Resilience of Cast-Iron, by J. G. Pearce, 635*. See 682. See LETTER, 684*
  • Tin-Iron Alloy in Tin Plate, with Notes on Some Imperfections, by W. E. Hoare, 682
  • Microscopic Examination of Iron-Tin Reaction Products, by Dr. W. D. Jones and W. E. Hoare, 683
  • Second Report of Corrosion Committee, 743 See 683
  • Manufacture of Full-Finished Steel Sheets, by E. R. Mort, 689*, 741*. See 712
  • Effects of Cold Rolling on Intergranular Corrosion of 18/8 Stainless Steels, by E. C. Rollason, 713
  • Dendritic Segregation in Steel Ingots, by
  • D. L. Northcott, 721
  • Study of Ingot Structures, by Dr. L. Northcott, 721
  • Periodic Structures in Metals and Alloys, by Dr. L. Northcott, 721
  • Thermal Conductivity of Tool Steel, by D. Hattori, 722
  • Ageing Changes in Nitrided Steel, by E. G. Herbert, 745*
  • Iron and Steel Trades, Census of Production, Report on, 517
  • — — Works. See Works.
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Tin Reaction Products, Microscopical Examination of, 683
  • — Welding. See JVeZdiMg
  • — Wrought, Zonal Corrosion of, 683
  • — See also Cast Iron; Steel; Pig Iron;
  • Metallurgy
  • Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges ; Columns ; Roofs; Steelwork; Structures
  • Irving, S. G., on Trade of Argentina, 463 Isherwood, Sir J. W., on Arcform Ships,
  • Design and Performances of, 574. See 568*
  • “Isipingo,” M.S., 144*
  • Isler, C., & Co., Ltd., Latton Pumping Station Boreholes, 647
  • Isotopes of Hydrogen, Discovery and Properties of, 464
  • Italian Battleship “Leonardo da Vinci,” Salvage of, 324
  • — State Railwavs, Diesel-Electric Train Ferry
  • “ Scilla,” 216* ; 4-6-4 Type 3,000-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 277*
  • — Submarine “Galileo Galilei,” Launch of, 594
  • Italy, Ofanto River, Flow of (Review), 284
  • — Reale Automobile Club, Competition for Snow-Removing Equipment, 518
  • JACKETS, Internal-Combustion Engine, Deposits in, 535
  • Jacob, Sir L. M., the Late, 272
  • Jahn and Co., Potato-Starch Making Machinery, 640*
  • Jakeman, C., on Heat-Insulating Materials, 1*, 58*, 171*, 252*
  • Jamsankoski Factory and Township, Finland, 4*
  • Japan, Earth Dams in, 278
  • Japanese Aircraft Carriers, 387
  • Jarratt, Sir W. S., on Provisional Patent Protection and Patent Claims, 90. See 101. See Erratum, 149
  • Jebens, O., on High-Pressure Turbines and Boilers for Ships, 700
  • Jeffrey, J. O., on Drop versus Film Formation, 519
  • Jeffrey Manufacturing Co., Self-Cleaning Bar Screen, 718*
  • Jendrassik-Ganz Oil Engines, 606*
  • Jenkins, R., on History of Reverberatory Furnace, 161; on Derbyshire Industries, 701
  • Jenkins, R., & Co., Ltd., Glass-Enamelled Vessels, 262
  • Jersey, St. Helier’s Harbour Improvements, 441 Jet Condensers. See Condensers
  • — Steam. See Nozzles
  • Jetty, Coal-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 141*
  • — Loading, Cantilever, Phosphate-Handling
  • Plant, Ocean Island, 50*
  • — Oil, Port of Mombasa, 373
  • Jiges Boilers at Genval and Neder-Over-Heembeek, Belgium, 6*, 64*
  • Johns Hopkins University, Investigation oh Supersaturated Steam, 303*, 333*
  • Johns, Sir A. W., on Aircraft Carriers, 387. See 385
  • Johnson Water-Tube Boiler, Evaporative Tests, 19
  • Joints, Arc-Welded, Tests for, 112*
  • — Contraction, for Concrete Dams, 109
  • — Oil-Tight, for Switchgear, 354, 363*
  • — Pipe, for High Temperatures and Pressures,
  • Thermal Stresses in, 445*, 506*
  • — in Steel-Framed Buildings, Investigations on, 566
  • Jones, A. A., and Shipman, Ltd., High-Speed Drilling Machines, 540*
  • Jones, A. E., the Late, 579
  • Jones, Dr. W. D., on Iron-Tin Reaction Products, 683
  • Josse, Prof. E., on Loeffler Boiler Tests, 722* Journals. See Bearings
  • Joy, B. H., Resignation of, 327
  • Jubilee of American Institute of Electrical Engineers, 434
  • Junkers, British, Oil Engines, 10-12 h.p., and 20-24 h.p., 33*
  • KANO, Nigeria, Water Supply of, 200
  • Keepalite Control Panel, 233*'
  • Keller Mechanical Engineering Corporation, Automatic General-Purpose Tool-Room Machine, 452*. See Addendum, 599
  • Kelvin Lecture on Electrical Phenomena at
  • Very Low Temperatures, 519
  • Kempf, Dr. G., on Ship Design and Propulsion, 700; on Pitching of Ships, 701
  • Kennedy Medal, Award to A. J. Grant, 327
  • Kent Automatic Combustion Control Systems, 130, 134*, 163
  • — Avenue Power Station, Automatic Combustion Control System at, 129*
  • — Coal, Tests in Yarrow Boiler, 454
  • Kent, J. L., on Ship Lengths for Minimum Pitching and Maximum Seaworthiness, 435
  • Keys and Keyways, Influence on Force and Shrinkage Fits, 439*, 465
  • Keystone Driller Co., Rock-Breaking Hammer, 81*
  • Kiangshan-Hangchow Railway, 4-8-0 Type Locomotive, 102*
  • Kilbagie, Scotland, Emergency Water-Supply Installation for Paper Mill, 549
  • Kinematograph Camera, High-Speed (Western Electric Co., Ltd.), 713
  • King, Dr. J. G., on Production of Solid Smokeless Fuel, 744
  • King George V Dry Dock, Southampton, Commissioning of, 99
  • King, H.M. George V, Acceptance of Bessemer Medal, 407, 655, 656
  • King’s College, London, Lectures on Fatigue of Metals, 173
  • King’s Lynn Gas Works, Modernisation of, 744
  • Kircheis, E., Double-Acting Concentric-Ram Deep-Drawing Press, 61*
  • Kirkcaldy, D., & Son, Tests of Deck Plating for Ships, 553*
  • Kirkham, J. & W., Ltd., Starting-Torque- Relief Mechanical Lubricator, 472*. See Errata, 571, 730
  • Klitzing, J., on German Bucket-Excavators for Brown-Coal Mining, 369*, 508*
  • Klopp, F., Hydraulic Shaping Machine with Quick Return,- 10*. See Addendum, 104
  • Kloppel, Dr. A., on Steel Columns with Concrete Cores, 727
  • Knife-Edges, Accuracy of, 19, 157
  • Knock Rating and Diesel Fuel, 102, 291
  • Kodak, Ltd., High-Speed Kinematograph Camera, 713
  • Koela Producer-Gas Plant Co., Ltd., Gas- Driven Motor Vehicles, Demonstration Journey, 312
  • Koker Stoker (Meldrums, Ltd.), 180
  • Kommers, J. B., on Elastic Strength, 695*, 737
  • Koopman, Major M., on Utilisation of Coke-Oven Gas, 573
  • Korea, Shako, Ore-Loading Ropeway, 539*
  • Kunial Copper Alloys, Properties of, 175
  • Kut Barrage Scheme, Iraq, 197
  • LA PRECISION MECANIQUE, Fuel Pump for High-Speed Engines, 593*
  • Laboratories, Electrical Engineering, Royal Technical College, Glasgow, 309*, 395*
  • — Engineering, Nottingham University College, 485*
  • — See also National Physical

Labour :

  • American Labour under National Industrial Recovery Act, 238
  • Census of Production Statistics, 517 Employment of British Subjects in Russia, 317
  • — Statistics, Engineering and Allied Industries, 17, 43, 73, 99, 127, 154, 198, 240, 283, 325
  • Engineers, Trained, Unemployment Amongst, 173
  • Foremanship, National Conference on. See National Conference on Foremanship
  • Health of Workers in Tropics, 620 Industrial Accidents. See Accidents Insurance, Unemployment. See Unemployment (below)
  • Labour Conditions on Railways, 462
  • — Management, Institute of, Conference on Foremanship, 131
  • — Notes, 22, 47, 62, 103, 119, 145, 202, 219, 273, 302, 319, 358, 372, 399, 438, 468, 484, 511, 552, 567, 608, 634, 646, 686,714,740. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Mechanics, Garage, Proficiency Certificates for, 708
  • Railway Conciliation Schemes, 462
  • Repetitive Work, Incentives to, Report, 592
  • Skilled Employment and Apprenticeship Association, Report, 604
  • Time-Work and Payment by Results, 630 Trades Unionism and Railways, 462 Training for Engineering Trades, 629 Unemployment Statistics, Engineering and
  • Allied Industries, 17, 43, 73, 99, 127, 154, 198, 240, 283, 325
  • —- of Trained Engineers, 173
  • Workers and Safety First, 127 Workshop Organisation and Management, 547, 629. See LETTERS, 605, 632
  • Lac Noir Hydro-Electric Plant, Pipe Failure at, 155
  • Lacey, G., on Flow in Alluvial Rivers and Canals, 250
  • Laggan Dam, Concrete Temperature Records, 637*
  • Lagging Materials. See Heat Insulation Lamb, H. C., on Developing the Power Load, 658
  • Lamble, J. H., on Distribution of Velocity around a Ship’s Model, 436
  • Lamps, Electric. See Electric
  • Lancashire Dynamo & Crypto, Ltd., Fan- kuld Totally-Enclosed Motors, 191*; Geared Motors, 191; Valve Rectifier, 191*
  • Lanchester, Dr. F. W., on Expansion of Universe, 3
  • Land Drainage, Effect on Water Shortage, 400 Landale, D., Hand-Power Rice-Mill, 189* Landing Stage, Ship-Loading Pier, Beckton
  • Gas Works, 531*
  • Landore Siemens Steel Co., Ltd., Steel-Tube Manufacture, 30
  • Langham Geared Motor Units, 191
  • Lanterns for Mercra Lamps (British Thomson- Houston Co., Ltd.), 234*
  • Lapworth, H., Partners, Latton Pumping Station, Swindon, 647*, 653
  • Larke, Sir W., on Iron and Steel Industry, 709
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Lattice Girders, Stresses in (Review), 211
  • Latton Pumping Station, Swindon Waterworks, 647*, 653
  • Launch, Motor. See Motor Boat
  • — and Trial Trips, 52, 96, 124, 266, 427, 460,
  • 660, 706
  • Laurence, Scott & Electromotors, Ltd., Hypo- synchronous Motor, 191* ; Rolling Motor for Conveyor Drives, 192*
  • “ Laurentic,” S.S., Salvage of Gold from, 324
  • Law, E. F., on Steel Rails, 359
  • Law. See\L«gaZ; Labour; Patents
  • Lawn Mower, 14-in. Petrol-Driven (Ransomes,
  • Sims & Jefferies, Ltd.), 184*
  • Le Bourget, Articulated Towers for High- Tension Transmission Lines, 581*
  • Lea, River, Valley, Utilisation of Water in, 400 Lead Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — Production in Derbyshire, 701
  • League, Economic, Work of, 434
  • Leeds & Northrup Co., Automatic Combustion-
  • Control System, 134, 163; Vapocarb Method of Steel Hardening, 300

Legal:

  • Electricity Supply Bill, 520
  • Insurance of Motor Cars, Legal Decisions in, 313
  • Labour Legislation. See Labour
  • Navigation Acts, Effect on Shipping Industry, 492
  • Patent Law. See Patents
  • Road Legislation and Motor Traffic, 523
  • — and Rail Traffic Act, 1933, 17 ; Traffic over Bridges, 239
  • — Traffic Act, 1930, Traffic Sign Regulations, 127
  • — Bill, Review of, 405; Provision of Footpaths under, 495
  • Southend Corporation versus S.S. “ Brank- some Hall,” 530
  • Trade Marks Law Reform, Report, 602
  • Water-Supply Legislation, 434
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Legislation. See Legal; Labour; Patents
  • Lehigh University, Model Tests, 250-ton Revolving-Crane Tower, 615*
  • Leibrand, Dr., on Rail-Cars on German State Railways, 353
  • Leipzig Fair, Machine Tools at, 356, 382*, 410* “Leonardo da Vinci,” Italian Battleship,
  • Salvage of, 324
  • Letters to the Editor, 18, 102, 131, 157, 200, 218*, 272*, 291, 329, 344*, 400, 424*, 454, 496, 522, 550, 578, 605, 632, 684*, 739
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., 15-ton Road Transport Unit, 91; 130-h.p. Oil-Driven Rail-Car,
  • 269*
  • Lift, 1,000-ton, for Canal Barges, at Niederfinow, 374*
  • Lifting Bridges. See Bridges
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Velocity of, Astronomical Measurements
  • and, 3
  • Lighting Gas. See Gas
  • — Street, Developments in, 99
  • — -— Mercra Gaseous Discharge Lamps for,
  • 82*
  • — System, Firth-Brown Engineers’ Too
  • Department, 666*
  • — See also Lamps under Electric
  • Lightmeter (Benjamin Electric, Ltd.), 507
  • Lignite Industry in Austria, 42
  • Liner Concrete Machinery Co., Rotary-Drum Concrete Mixer, 185
  • — Cylinder, Non-Corrosive, for Internal-Combustion Engines (Barimar, Ltd.), 673
  • — See Steamers
  • Linings, Cast Iron, Mersey Road Tunnel, 57*
  • — Cupola, Investigations on, 280
  • — for High-Frequency Furnaces, 280
  • — Refractory, for Electric Steel-Melting Furnace, 457
  • Linkages for Switchgear Operation, 364*
  • Liquid Fuel. See OiZ Fuel; see also Benzol;
  • Motor ; Petrol
  • — Oxygen. See
  • — Viscosity of. See Viscosity
  • Literature, 139, 211, 254, 284, 366, 394, 450, 480, 504, 534, 577, 589, 617. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • — Technical and Scientific, Abstracting and
  • Indexing, 85*
  • Lithium, Transformation of, 421*
  • Litigation. See Legal; Labour ; Patents Liverpool Electrical Exhibition, 620
  • — Mersey Road Tunnel, 55*, 165*, 311*
  • — Oil-Seed Handling and Storage Plant, 343* Liverpool Refrigeration Co., Ltd., Refrigerating
  • Plant, Hull Ice Co., Ltd., 426* ; Polar Sleeve-Valve Ammonia Compressor, 703*
  • Lloyd., W. E., the Late, 288
  • Lloyd-Evans, B. J., on Flame-Temperatures in Petrol Engine, 362*, 623 ; on Combustion in Petrol Engine, 743*
  • Lloyd’s Register, Researches by, 126
  • — Statistics, Vessels under Construction, 127,
  • 520
  • Vessels Launched, 198
  • Load, Moving, Problems and Influence Lines, 60*. See LETTER, 218*
  • Loading Machines, Wagon and Ship, Coke-
  • Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 531* Local Authorities. See Municipal
  • Lochaber Scheme, Laggan Dam Investigations, 637*
  • Lock, Assouan Dam, 561*
  • — Lift, 1,000-ton, Niederfinow, Germany, 374* Locomotives, 4-6-2 Type Compound, Parts-
  • Orleans Railway, Performances of, 478*
  • — 22-28 h.p. Crude-Oil (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 181*
  • — 300-h.p. Diesel-Electric (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 648*
  • — 20-h.p. Diesel (Hunslet Engine Co., Ltd.), 182*
  • — Electric, 3,000-h.p„ 4-6-4 Type, Italian State Railways, 277*
  • — 2-6-4 Type, Electrically Welded Cylinders for, London Midland and Scottish Railway, 551*
  • — French, Performances of, 478*, 604
  • — 4-8-0 Type, for Hangchow-Kiangshan Railway, 102*
  • — Impact Effects on Bridges from, 118
  • — Industry, Imports and Exports, 198
  • -— Model, at Model Railway Club Exhibition, 407
  • — Oil-Electric, Constant-Power Control Gear for (Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth (Engineers), Ltd.), 63*
  • 160-h.p. Oil Engine for (W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 530*
  • — Road. See Motor ; Road ; Tractor
  • — 0-6-0 Type Shunting, Oil-Driven, London,
  • Midland & Scottish Railway, 510
  • — Shunting, 85-h.p. Oil-Driven (Motor Rail,
  • Ltd.), 182*
  • — Smoke-Box Conditions, Model Experiments on, 69
  • •— Steam, Mikado and Pacific Type, Italian State Railways, 278
  • — 4-6-4 Type Streamlined (Borsig A.-G.), 597*
  • — 2-6-0 Type, with Superheater, London,
  • Midland & Scottish Railway, 76*
  • — 2-8-2 Type, Three-Cylinder, Express, Lon
  • don & North Eastern Railway, 621*, 715*, 728*, 739
  • — 4-6-0 Type Three-Cylinder Passenger
  • London Midland and Scottish Railway, 487*
  • — 2-6-4 Type, Three-Cylinder, Tank, London
  • Midland & Scottish Railway, 386*
  • — See also Railways in PARAGRAPH INDEX Loeffler Boiler Tests, Caroline Power Station,
  • 722*
  • Logging Chute, Hogfors Hydro-Electric Station, 29*
  • London to Baghdad, Journey of Producer-Gas Lorries, 132
  • — Bankside Control Room, 497
  • — Census of Production Statistics for, 517
  • — County Council, Reconstruction of Chelsea
  • Bridge, 221; Reconstruction of Waterloo Bridge, 406, 681; Demolition of Waterloo Bridge, 736
  • — Electric Supply Co., Ltd., 94,000-kVA
  • Turbo-Alternator, 5 36*
  • — Floods and Thames Tides, 337*
  • — Hoist & Machinery Co., Crane Safety Hook,
  • 611*
  • — King’s College, Lectures on Fatigue of
  • Metals, 173
  • — Meeting, International Union of Pure and
  • Applied Physics, 709
  • — Midland & Scottish Railway, 2-6-0 Type
  • Superheater Locomotive, 76* ; Northern Counties Committee, Greenisland Loop Line, 104* ; 130-h.p. Oil-Driven Rail-Car, 269*; 2-6-4 Type Three-Cylinder Tank Locomotive, 386*; Whitehaven Tunnel Repairs, 443; 4-6-0 Type Passenger
  • Locomotive, 487* ; 0-6-0 Type Oil-Engined Shunting Locomotives, 510; Shunting Locomotive, 160-h.p., Eight-Cylinder Oil Engine for, 530*; Electrically-Welded Cylinders for Locomotive, 551* ; 300-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 648*; Turning and Boring Mill for Wheel Centres, 662*
  • — & North Eastern Railway, Gidea Park to
  • Shenfield Widening, 75*; Anti-Coal- Breaker for Ship Loading, 485*; 2-8-2 Type Three-Cylinder Express Locomotive, 621*, 715*, 728*, 739
  • — Power Company, 105,000-kW Turbo-Generator, 674
  • — Rain in, Statistical Probability of, 611
  • — Streets and Paving, Early History of, 399
  • — Telephone Service, Report 155
  • — Trolley-’Bus Developments in, Opposition
  • to, 156
  • —- Underground Railways. See Underground
  • — University College, Memorial to R. Trevithick, 459, 493
  • Long, W. B., Tail-Shaft Reconditioning Machine, 133*
  • Lome, F., on Architectural Use of Sheet- Metal Products, 727
  • Lorry-Loading and Sack-Filling Plant for Coke, Beckton Gas Works, 418*
  • — See also Motor Lorries ; Tractors
  • Lostock Booster Station, Manchester Waterworks, 120*
  • Liibecker Maschinenbau Gesellschaft, Excavators for Brown-Coal, 370* ; Spreading Machine, 371*
  • Lubrication of Bearings with Oil Circuits, 441*, 464
  • — Sources of Information on, 85*
  • — Systems in Motor-Car Engines, 153 Lubricating Oils. See also Oils
  • Lubricator, Mechanical, Starting-Torque-Relief (J. & W. Kirkham, Ltd.), 472*. See Errata, 571, 730
  • Lucas, J., Ltd., High-Frequency Automatic- Feed Drill, 260*
  • Lucerne Conference on Broadcasting Wavelengths, 70
  • Lupton, H. R., on Pumping of Rural Water Supplies, 621
  • Lyons, Colonel Sir H., on Physics and Science Museums, 601
  • Lysaght, W. R., on Steel Industry in Australia and South Africa, 655
  • M’LENNAN, PROF. J. C„ on Electrical Phenomena at Very Low Temperatures, 519
  • Macdonald, Major J. A., “ High-Speed ” Gas Producer, 512*
  • Macdonald, Sir M., and Partners, Heightening of Assouan Dam, 559*
  • Mac. See also Me
  • Machine Shops. See Works and Machine Tools
  • — Testing. See Testing Machine and Tests (Materials)

Machine Tools :

  • Boring Machine, Multi-Spindle Precision (Vomag Werke), 410*
  • Precision (Mayer und Schmidt), 410*
  • — Milling, Drilling and Tapping Machine, Horizontal (G. Richards & Co., Ltd.), 249
  • — and Turning Mill, Extension Type (G. Richards <t Co., Ltd.), 521*
  • Mill for Wheel Centres (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 662*
  • Cam-Milling Lathe Attachment (Monarch Machine Tool Co.), 172*
  • Cross-Cutting and Trenching Machine for Wood (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 185*
  • Cutting Machines, Oxygen Jet (British Oxygen Co., Ltd.), 225*
  • Die-Head, Tangic (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 235*
  • Drill, Coal and Stone, Electrical (Hardypick, Ltd.), 307*
  • — Twist, Manufacture by T. Firth and J. Brown, Ltd., 665*
  • Drilling Machines for Fine Work (A. A. Jones and Shipman, Ltd.), 540*
  • Friction-Driven (Webo Gemein- schaft Westdeutscher Bohrmaschinen- fabriken), 382*
  • High-Frequency, Automatic-Feed (J. Lucas, Ltd.), 260*
  • Infinitely-Variable Speed (Auerbach und Scheibe A.-G.), 382
  • — and Grinding Machines, Combination
  • (Grimston Electric Tools, Ltd.), 190
  • — Tapping, Milling and Boring Machine, Horizontal (G. Richards & Co., Ltd.), 249
  • Finishing Machine, Hydraulic Precision (Vogtlandische Maschinefabrik A.-G.), 316*
  • Gear Cutting, Spur, Correct and Incorrect Hobs for, 533*
  • — and Drilling Machines, Combination
  • (Grimston Electric Tools, Ltd.), 190 Grinding Machine, Bench, Motor-Driven (S. Wolf & Co., Ltd.), 263*
  • — for Gears1, Automatic (Deutsche Niles Werke), 411*
  • for Lathe Mounting (S. Wolf & Co., Ltd.), 263*
  • — — at Leipzig Fair, 356
  • — — Saw-Tooth Automatic (Hanchett
  • Manufacturing Co.), 136*
  • — for Telescope Mirrors (Sir H. Grubb Parsons & Co.), 449*
  • Hydraulic Press. See Press (Below)
  • Jig-Boring Attachment for Tool-Room Machine (Keller Mechanical Engineering Corporation), 452*. See Addendum, 599
  • Lathe, Cam-Milling Attachment for (Monarch Machine Tool Co.), 172*
  • — Capstan, 6|-in. Centre (H. W. Ward & Co., Ltd.), 46*
  • — Chuck, Air-Operated (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 235*
  • — Heavy, 55-in. Centre Four-Saddle (Noble and Lund), 618*
  • — at Leipzig Fair (Verein Deutscher Drehbank-Fabriken), 411
  • — Preoptive Headstock for (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 345*
  • — Saddle and Headstock for (Gebriider Boehringer G.m.b.H.), 411*
  • — Shaft, 15}-in. Centre Hydraulically- Operated (A. Calzoni, S.A.), 594*
  • — Special Purpose (Gebriider Boehringer G.m.b.H.), 411*
  • — Turret, 7f-in. Centre Cross-Sliding (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 24*
  • — Wheel-Turning, Carriage and Wagon (W. Asquith, Ltd.), 455*
  • Machine Shop Management. See Works Management
  • — Tool Design, German, Tendencies in, 356
  • — — Hydraulic Drive for, 357
  • Industry, Condition of, 9
  • Industry, Position and Prospects,154 at Leipzig Fair, 356, 382*, 410* Trades Association, Annual Dinner, 381
  • Milling, Drilling, Tapping and Boring Machine, Horizontal (G. Richards & Co., Ltd.), 249
  • — Machine, Electro-Hydraulic Automatic (Wanderer-Werke), 382*
  • — — High-Speed Vertical, Electrically-
  • Operated (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 105*
  • Universal (F. Deckel), 384*
  • Mortising Machine for Wood (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 185
  • Moulding Machine, Roll-Over Pattern, for Foundries (Pneulec, Ltd.), 186*
  • Pipe-Forming Machine (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 236
  • Planer, Rotary, for 250-ton Revolving Crane Roller Path, 671*
  • Polisher and Sander, Combination (Grimston Electric Tools, Ltd.), 190*
  • Press, 6-ton Adjustable Stroke (Taylor & Challen, Ltd.), 227*
  • — 6-ton Bench (Taylor & Challen, Ltd.),
  • 227*
  • — Curing (G. Finney & Co.), 187*
  • Machine Tools—continued.
  • Press, Deep-Drawing, Double-Acting Concentric-Ram (E. Kircheis), 61*
  • — 150-ton Double-Crank (Hordern, Mason
  • & Edwards, Ltd.), 226*
  • — 120-ton Double-Crank (Taylor &
  • Challen, Ltd.), 227*
  • — Drawing, Belt-Driven (Taylor & Challen, Ltd.), 227*
  • — — (Hordern, Mason & Edwards, Ltd.),
  • 226*
  • — 200-ton (Hordern, Mason & Edwards,
  • Ltd.), 226*
  • — Hydraulic, 50-ton (T. H. & J. Daniels, Ltd.), 261*
  • — — Piercing, Erhardt, for Seamless-
  • Tube Manufacture, 87*
  • — — 10,000-ton Rubber-Vulcanising (G.
  • Siempelkamp & Co.), 156*
  • — Safety Gear for (Allgemeine Elektrizi- tats Gesellschaft), 333*
  • — Toggle (Mass Products, Ltd.), 188*
  • — 40-ton and 75-ton Toggle-Action,
  • Open-Fronted (Mass Products, Ltd.), 162*
  • Profiling and Thread-Cutting Machine, (Neisser Eissngiesserei und Maschin- enbauanstalt), 383*
  • Reconditioning Machine for Tail Shafts (Harvey, Wilson & Osborne, Ltd.), 133*
  • Rolling Machine for Barrel Ends (L. Schuler A.-G.), 412*
  • Sander and Polisher, Combination (Grimston Electric Tools, Ltd.), 190*
  • Saws, Circular, Manufacture by T. Firth & J. Brown, Ltd., 665*
  • — — Portable (D. Landale), 189*
  • Specifications, 158
  • Shaping Machine, Hydraulic, with Quick Return (F. Klopp), 10*. See Addendum, 104
  • Shearing Machine for Corrugated Sheets (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 236*
  • Guillotine (Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd.), 231*
  • Tapping, Drilling, Milling and Boring Machine, Horizontal (G. Richards & Co., Ltd.), 249
  • Thread-Cutting and Profiling Machine (Neisser Eisengiessereiund Maschinen- bauanstalt), 383*
  • Tools, Cutting, Ardoloy (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 236
  • — Department, Engineers’, T. Firth & J. Brown, Ltd., 665*
  • — Room Machine, General Purpose, Automatic (Keller Mechanical Engineering Corporation), 452*. See Addendum, 599
  • — Universal. Satchel (F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd.), 190*
  • Trenching and Cross-Cutting Machine for Wood (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 185*
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Boring (above)
  • Turret Lathes. See Lathes (above)
  • Vice Mounting, All-Angles (C. Winn & Co., Ltd.), 236*
  • — Universal, Robblak (Roberts, Black <fc Co., Ltd.), 689*
  • Woodworking Machinery, Cross-Cutting and Trenching Machine (Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 185*
  • Mortising Machine ( Dominion Machinery Co., Ltd.), 185
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Machine Tool and Engineering Exhibition, Olympia, 10
  • — Vice. See Vice under Machine Tools
  • — Work. See Machine Tools
  • Machinery Imports and Exports, Statistics,
  • 17, 43, 73, 99, 127, 154, 198, 240, 283, 325
  • — and Plant for Constructional Work (Review),
  • 451
  • Mackness, C. F., the Late, 91
  • Madras, Pykara Hydro-Electric Scheme, 107*. See LETTER, 218
  • Madrid University, Velox Boiler Plant for, 527 Magnesia, Thermal Conductivity of, 171*, 252* Magnesite-Bearing Rocks in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, Utility of, 280
  • — Bricks, Burning of, 280
  • Magnetic Stabilisation of Nitrided Steels, 745* Magnetic Valve Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 262
  • Magnetron Oscillation Generator, High-Frequency (Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.) 44*
  • Maier-Leibnitz, Prof. H., on Rigid Frames in Steel Structures, 727
  • Maierform Passenger Liner' “ Schamhorst,” 593
  • Mail Services, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • Main, F. L., on Steel-Sheet Usage in Building Construction, 727
  • Mains, Electric. See Gables under Electric Mallock, R. R. M., Electrical Calculating Machine, 698*
  • Management Function in Workshops, 547. See LETTERS, 605, 632
  • — of Works. See Works Management Manchester College of Technology, Scholarships, 685
  • — Owens College, History of, 196
  • — University, Model Experiments on Tidal
  • Estuaries, 520
  • — Waterworks, Lostock Booster Station, 120* “Manhattan,” S.S., Oil-Fuel Consumption of,
  • 106
  • Mannesmann Process of Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 30*
  • Manometer, Micro-, (Negretti dr Zambra), 258* Manufactured Products, Statistical Tests for, 288
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods in. See Works Management
  • — of Seamless Tubes, 30*, 87*, 137*
  • — See also Trade
  • Mar-Vil 0-5-h.p., Petrol Engine, 181* Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., Magnetron Oscillation Generator, 44*; Photo-Telegraphic Equipment, 203*
  • Marconi Direction-Finding Equipment for Submarines, 401'*
  • Maria de Rheita, Invention of Terrestrial Telescope, 575
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery, Alternating Current for, 361
  • Machinery, 8-h.p.Diesel-Driven Lighting, Pumping and Air Compressor Set (Petters, Ltd.), 439*
  • — — Machinery, Oil-Driven Electric Genera
  • tor, Air Compressor and Pumping Set, Ferry Boats “Queen Margaret” and “ Robert the Bruce,” 290*
  • — — Machinery, 10-13 h.p. Paraffin-Driven
  • Lighting and Air Compressor Set (Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd.), 439*
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Engines. See Engines ; Turbines ; Murine Propulsion
  • — Engineering Industry, Position and Prospects, 283
  • Lloyd’s Statistics, 127, 198, 520
  • ? Practice and Power-Station Practice Compared, 152
  • Works. See Works
  • — Engineers, Institute of, Turbo-Electric
  • Propulsion, by C. W. Saunders, 239; Annual Dinner, 269 ; Alternating Current for Ships’ Auxiliary Machinery, by W. J. Belsey, 361
  • — and Naval Architects, American Society
  • of. See Naval Architects
  • — Machinery and Land Machinery Compared,
  • 152
  • — — Output, 1933, 12, 46
  • Weight of, 700
  • — Propulsion, Advances in, 700
  • Advantages of Diesel-Electric Machinery, 353
  • — — Diesel-Electric Paddle Ferry Boats,
  • “ Queen Margaret ” and “ Robert the Bruce,” 288*
  • — Diesel Engines for Fishing Craft, 164 Diesel versus Steam Drive for Cargo Ships, 106
  • — —- 5,000-s.h.p. Diesel-Electric Installation.
  • Train Ferry “ Scilla,” 216*
  • Electrically-Driven Ships, ElectroPneumatic Control for, 414*
  • ? 5,000-s.h.p. Geared Turbines, “ Twicken
  • ham Ferry,” 453*
  • 2,200-i.h.p. High-Speed Geared Compound Engine with Exhaust Turbine, S.S. “ Adderstone,” 347*
  • High-Pressure Turbines and Boilers for, 700
  • Limits of Steam Pressure for, 701
  • — — Model Tests, Auxiliary Propeller Drive,
  • 466. See Erratum, 515
  • — — 220-b.h.p. Oil Engine, Motor Drifter
  • “ Girl Helen,” 389
  • — — Oil-Fuel Consumption in S.S. “ Manhattan,” 106
  • — — 2,300-b.h.p. Polar Atlas Oil Engines,
  • M.Y. “ Rosaura,” 564*
  • Possibilities of Improvement in, 152
  • — — 100-b.h.p. Scavenge-Pump Type Diesel
  • Engine, Motor Barge “ Resourceful,” 390 1,750-i.h.p. Triple-Expansion Engines,
  • S.SS. “ Arcwear ’’and“ Arctees,” 568*, 574
  • — — Turbo-Electric Propulsion, 239
  • Turbines, Steam, Possibilities of Improvements in, 152
  • Types of Machinery for Cargo Ships, 324 — Velox Boiler Plants for, 526
  • — — 2,400-s.h.p. Workman-Clark-Sulzer Oil
  • Engines, M.S. “ Isipingo,” 144
  • — — See also Engines; Turbines; Pro
  • pellers : Ship Resistance ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Salvage. See Salvage
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine Propulsion
  • Markets. See Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Marsh, Dr. C. M., on Air Conditioning in Industry, 463
  • Martin, H. M., Investigation of Supersaturated Steam, 303*
  • Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Niirnberg A.G., 300-ton Overhead Travelling Crane, 483*
  • Maschinenfabrik Buckau-R.Wolf A.-G., Bucket- Excavator, for Brown Coal, 370* ; Spreading Machine, 371*
  • Masonry Dam, Assouan, Heightening of, 559*
  • Mass Products, Ltd., Toggle-Action Open- Fronted Presses, 162*; Double-Sided Toggle Press, 188* ; 4-ton Toggle Press, 188*
  • Masterman, C. A., on Gas Distribution and Utilisation in North America, 744
  • Materials, Properties and Testing of (Review), 139
  • — Strength of. See Stress and Tests (Materials) Mathematical Functions, Standard, Graphs
  • of (Review), 255
  • Mather & Platt, Ltd., Automatic Sprinkler System for Railway-Carriage Sheds, 300
  • Matter, Transmutation of, 325, 355*, 367*, 420*
  • Matthews, R. B., on French Farm Machinery, 450*
  • Maughan, J. D., on Control of Temperatures of Travelling Grate Stokers, 587*, 656*, 669*
  • May Lecture, Institute of Metals, on Gases and Metal Surfaces, 575
  • Mayer und Schmidt, Precision Boring Machine, 410*
  • Mazda-Mercra Gaseous Discharge Lamps, 82*, 234*
  • McAlpine, Sir R., & Sons, Ltd., Mersey Road Tunnel, 55*, 165*, 311* ; Gidea Park to Shenfield Railway Widening, 75*
  • McClean, W. N., on River Flow Measurements, 25
  • McLaren, J. & H., Ltd., 10-n.h.p. Compound Traction Engine, 478* ; 6-n.p.h. SingleCylinder Traction Engine, 478*
  • Me. See also Mac
  • Meares, J. W., on Water Storage for Reserve Power, 91. See 97.' See LETTER, 131, 157 Measuring Tapes, Steel, for Electric Cables (J. Chesterman & Co., Ltd.), 584*
  • Measurements, Technical (Review), 394
  • Mechanical Engineers, American Society of, Thermal Performance of Detroit Turbine using Steam at 1,000 deg. F., by W. A. Carter and F. O. Ellenwood, 23*, 78*; Super-Saturated Steam, by J. I. Yellott, Junr., 308*. 833*

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :

  • London Meetings, Winter Session:
  • Evolution of Invention, by EL W. Dickinson, 89. See 101. See Erratum, 149
  • The Inventor, by Dr. H. S. Hatfield, 90. See 101. See Erratum, 149
  • Provisional Patent Protection and Patent Claims, by Sir W. S. Jarratt, 90. See 101. See Erratum, 149
  • Development and Exploitation of Inventions, by A. H. Gledhill, 90. See 101. See Erratum, 149
  • Development of Automatic Combustion Control Systems for Industrial and Power-Station Boilers, by J. L. Hodgson and L. L. Robinson, 134*, 162. See 129* Presentation of Prizes, 241 Annual Report, 241
  • Benevolent Fund, 241, 354. See 237 Election of Officers, 241
  • Some Factors in Design of Surface Condensing Plant by H. L. Guy and E. V. Winstanley, 159*, 204*, 275*. See 242, 519. See LETTER, 345
  • Mechanics of Electrical Switchgear, by
  • H. Trenchman, 363*, 389*. See 354
  • Gas Works Practice, by F. M. Birks, 499*, 554. See 495
  • North-Western Branch ;
  • Annual Dinner, 71
  • Some Factors in Design of Surface Condensing Plant, by H. L. Guy and E. V. Winstanley, 159*, 204*, 275*. See 242, 519. See LETTER, 345
  • The Velox Steam Generator, by M. G. S. Swallow, 469*, 526*. See 431, 528. See Erratum, 458
  • Mechanical Flight. See Aeronautics
  • — Lubricator. See Lubricator
  • — Stoker. See Stoker
  • — Traction on Roads. See Roads; Motor
  • Cars ; Tractors
  • Mechanics, Applied, International Congress for, Cambridge, 629, 710
  • — of Electrical Switchgear, 354, 363*, 389*
  • —- Technical (Review), 367
  • Megger Capacity Meter (Evershed & Vignoles, Ltd.), 233*
  • — Circuit-Testing Ohmmeter (Evershed &
  • Vignoles, Ltd.), 234*
  • — Insulation Tester (Evershed & Vignoles,
  • Ltd.), 141*
  • Meldrums, Ltd., Koker Stoker, 180; Acid- Resisting Pump, 180*
  • Memorials to R. Trevithick, Merthyr Tydfil and London, 320, 459, 493
  • Mendeleeff, Centenary of, 173
  • Merchant Shipbuilding. See SAip&ui&fing
  • — Ships. See Ships ; Steamers
  • Mercra Gaseous Discharge Lamps for Street Lighting, 82*
  • Mercury-Arc Rectifiers (Review), 255
  • — Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Mersey Estuary, Model Experiments on, 520
  • — Paper Mills, 9,000 kW Steam-Extraction
  • Turbine, 674*
  • — Road Tunnel, 55*, 165*, 311*
  • Merthyr Tydfil, Memorial to R. Trevithick at, 820, 459, 493
  • Merz and McLellan, Barking Power Station, 143* Metals, Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • — Electric Conductivity at Low Temperatures,
  • 519
  • — Fatigue Characteristics in, Influence of
  • Intercrystalline Boundary on, 328
  • of. See also Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • — Filament Lamps. See Lamps under Electric
  • — Heat-Resisting, 133

Metals, Institute of:

  • May Lecture on Gases and Metal Surfaces, by Prof. E. K. Rideal, 575
  • Spring Meeting, London:
  • Programme, 147
  • Report of Council, 299
  • Honorary Treasurer’s Report, 299 Election of Officers, 299
  • Presidential Address, by Dr. H. Moore, on Work of the Institute, 299
  • Annual Dinner, 329
  • Reports of Discussions, 327, 340 Minimum Dimensions of Test Samples for Brinell and Diamond-Pyramid Hardness Tests, by Dr. G. A. Hankins and C. W. Aldous, 327
  • Influence of Gases in 8-per cent. Copper- Aluminium Alloy on Normal and Inverse Segregation, by Dr. I. G. Slater, 328
  • Influence of Intercrystalline Boundary on Fatigue Characteristics, by Dr. H. J. Gough, J. L. Cox and D. G. Sopwith, 328
  • Viscous Properties of Extruded Eutectic Alloys of Lead-Tin and Bismuth-Tin, by C. E. Pearson, 340
  • Some Formulae concerning Viscous and Plastic Flow in Soft Metals, by Dr.
  • E. W. Fell, . 340
  • Castability of Ternary Alloys, by Prof. A. Portevin and Dr. P. Bastien, 340 Alloys of Silver and Beryllium, by H. A. Sloman, 341
  • Transverse Tests on Sand-Cast Aluminium- Alloy Bars, by C. E. Phillips and J. D. Grogan, 341
  • Constitution of Copper-Iron-Silicon Alloys, by Prof. D. Hanson and Dr. E. G. West, 341
  • Transformations in Copper-Palladium Alloys, by R. Taylor, 342.
  • Malleability of Nickel and Monel Metal, by O. W. Ellis, 342
  • Constitution of Alloys of Magnesium in Nickel, by Dr. J. L. Haughton and R. J. M. Payne, 342
  • Metals, Periodic Structure in, 721
  • — Price, Diagrams, 21*, 158*, 301*, 412*,
  • 522*, 660*
  • — Soft, Viscous and Plastic Flow in, 340
  • — Structure of. See Microphotographs
  • — Surfaces and Gases, Interaction between, 575
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Metallurgy ; Microphotographs Metallography. See j/icropAotograpAs

Metallurgy :

  • Alloys, Aluminium, for Motor Cars, 524 Specification for, Forgings, 697 Value of Transverse Tests of, 341 — Bismuth-Tin Eutectic, Viscous Properties of, 340
  • ?— Copper-Aluminium, Influence of Gases on Segregation in, 328
  • Beryllium, Properties of, 125 •
  • — — Iron-Silicon, Constitution of, 341 Kunial, Properties of, 175
  • Palladium, Transformations in, 342 See also Brass ; Bronze, &c.
  • — Lead-Tin Eutectic, Viscous Properties of, 340
  • — Non-Ferrous, and Steels, Tensile Properties in Liquid Hydrogen, 331. See LETTER, 550
  • — Periodic Structure in, 721
  • — Predicting Properties of, 462. See LETTER, 522
  • — Silver-Beryllium, Investigations on, 340
  • — Ternary, Castability of, 340
  • — Tin-Iron, in Tin-Plate, 682
  • — Tungum, Properties of, 495 Blast Furnaces. See .Furnaces Brass. See Brass Bronze. See Bronze Cast Iron. See Cast Iron Coke Ovens. See Cojfce Ovens Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion Crystalline Structure, Relation to Fatigue Failure, 298*
  • Foundry. See Foundry; Moulding Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces — Metallurgical. See Furnaces Heat-Treatment Plant for Large Forgings (English Steel Corporation, Ltd.), 713*
  • — — Shop, Firth-Brown Engineers’ Tool
  • Department, 668*
  • in Steel-Sheet Manufacture, 690*, 712, 742*
  • Use of Town Gas for, 688
  • Vapocarb Hump Method- of Steel Hardening, 300
  • Iron Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast — Ore. See Ore
  • — Tin Reaction Products, Investigation of, 683
  • Metallurgical Research at High Temperatures, Refractories for, 280
  • Metals, Crystalline Structure of, Relation to Fatigue Failure, 298*
  • — Fatigue Characteristics in, Influence of Intercrystalline Boundary on, 328
  • — Heat-Resisting, 133
  • — in Liquid Hydrogen, Tensile Properties
  • of, 331. See LETTER, 550
  • — Soft, Viscous and Plastic Flow in, 340
  • — Tests of. See Tests (Materials) Nitrided Steel, Ageing Changes in, 745* Pyrometers. See Pyrometers Refractories. See Refractory Materials; Firebricks
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • Steel Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Ingot Structures, 721
  • — Melting Plant, Electric. S. Fox & Co. Ltd., 455*
  • — for Rails, Properties of, 359
  • — Sheets, Full-Finished, Manufacture of, 689*, 712, 741*
  • Tool Steels, Thermal Conductivity of, 722, Welding. See Welding
  • See also Iron and Steel Institute ; Metals, Instituteof ; Microphotographs; Foundry and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Meteorological Records, British Isles, Summer of 1933, 34
  • — Society, Royal, Exceptional Summer of 1933
  • by Dr. J. Glasspoole and W. L. Andrew, 34; China Rainfall and World Weather, by Chang-Wang Tu, 345; Variation of Frequency of Thunderstorms in Relation to Sunspots, by Dr. C. E. P. Brooks, 345 ; Symons Lecture on British Polar Year Expedition, Fort Rae, Canada, 1932-33, by J. M. Stagg, 472; Possibility of Condensation by Descent of Air, by D. Brunt, 611; Statistical Probability of Rain in London, by D. Dewar, 611; Rainfall Variations, England and New England (U.S.A.), by C. M. Savile, 611; World Climate during Quaternary Period, by Dr. G. C. Simpson, 728
  • Meter, Automatic, for Outflow from Field Drams, 77*
  • — See also Electric
  • Methane Explosions. See Colliery Explosions Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., Tests for Arc-Welded Joints, 112* ; Electrical Equipment for Fans, Mersey Road Tunnel, 166*, 311* ; Electrical Equipment Diesel- Electric Ferry Boats “ Queen Margaret” and “ Robert the Bruce,” 289* ; Investigation of Thermal Stresses in Pipe Joints, 445*, 506*; 1,250-kW High-Frequency Motor Generator, 456* ; Portable Noise- Measurement Apparatus, 576; 105,000- kW Turbo-Generator, 674; 60,000-kW
  • Turbo-Generators, Fulham Power Station, 738
  • Mexico, Don Martin Buttress-Type Dam, 592* Michelin Co., Motor Rail Car with Pneumatic
  • Tyres, 726
  • Michell Bearings, Lubrication of, 442, 465 Microphotographs, Atomised Oil Fuel, 285*
  • — Cold-Rolled Steel Strip, 742*
  • — Hot-Rolled Steel Strip, 691*
  • Mid-East England, Electricity Supply in, 493 Middlesbrough, Newport Vertical-Lift Bridge, 257*
  • Milan, Tests of Turrinelli Trolley ’Bus, 430* Military Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • Mills, Paper, Dartford, Power Station for, 472* Kilbagie, Emergency Water-Supply Installation, 549
  • — Plug, for Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 88,
  • 137
  • — Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • — Soap-Making (H. Simon, Ltd.), 229*
  • — Steel Buildings, Design of (Review), 140 Miller, Dr. O. Von, the Late, 539
  • Milling Machines and Cutters. See Machine Tools
  • Milon, A., Adjustable Harrow, 450
  • Mineral Oils. See Oils
  • — Wealth of British Columbia, Report, 547
  • — See also Coal; Mining; Ores; and
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Mines, Coal. See Collieries
  • — Experimental, Bruceton, United States,
  • Investigations at, 558
  • — United States Bureau of. See United
  • States
  • — Use of Steel Pit Props in, 727
  • — See also Coal; Collieries ; Mining ; Ores ;
  • Winding; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Mining Engineers, Institution of, Memorandum on Dedusting of Coal, 443; Memorandum on Slurries, 745
  • — and Metallurgy, Institution of, Dinner, 520
  • — See ajso PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ministry of Transport. See Transport
  • Minnesota, University of, Investigations on Heat Transmission through Building Materials, 628
  • Minorsky, Prof. N., Automatic Steering Equipment,. 408, 413
  • Mirror, Glass, for 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, Toronto, 365*, 449
  • Mitchell Conveyor & Transporter Co., Ltd., Coal-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 141*
  • Mitchell, N. D., on Fire Protection of Steel Columns, 5
  • Mixing Machines, Concrete. See Concrete
  • Model, Birchenough Bridge, Southern Rhodesia, 710
  • — Civil Engineering, Value of, 267
  • — Experiments, Flamm System of Stabilising
  • Ships, 502*
  • — — on Locomotive Smoke-Box Conditions, 69
  • — — on Scale Effect on Screw Propellers, 436
  • — — on Tidal Estuaries, 520
  • — — ?See Aeronautics; Ship Models; Ship
  • Resistance
  • — Railway Club Exhibition, 407
  • — Ship in Turbulent Stream, Distribution of
  • Velocity around, 436
  • — of Transportable Bridge, 710
  • — Tests, 250-ton Revolving-Crane Tower, 615* Screw Propellers of Varying Blade
  • Section 716*. See 409.
  • Wind Pressures on Buildings, 735*
  • Mollier Chart, Position of Wilson Line in, 303*, 333*
  • Mombasa, Port of, Improvements at, 373
  • Monarch Machine Tool Co., Cam-Milling Lathe Attachment, 172*
  • Mondeville, Tests of Velox Boiler Plant, 471
  • Monkswell, Lord, on Locomotive Work in France, 1933, 478*, 604
  • Montgomerie, Dr. J., on Thickness of Deck Plating, 553*
  • Moore Centrifugal Casting Machine, 422*
  • Moore, Dr. H., on Work of Institute of Metals, 299
  • Mooring Swivel Assembly, Liability for Failure of, 530
  • Morpeth Dock Pump Room, Mersey Road Tunnel, 313*
  • Morris Motors, Ltd., 5-10 h.p. and 20-40; Industrial Paraffin Engines, 525*
  • Morris, T. N., on Canning Industry, 297
  • Mort, E. R., on Manufacture of Full-Finished Steel Sheets, 689*, 741*. See 712
  • Mortising Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Motion of Railway Vehicles on Curved Line (Review), 505
  • Motor Barge “ Resourceful,” 390
  • — Boats, High-Speed, Exhibition at Hythe, 454
  • — Cars, American, Improvements in Design, 153
  • — Cars, Citroen, Manufacture of, 726
  • — Car, 25-h.p. Eight-Cylinder (Daimler Co., Ltd.), 522

Motor-Car Details :

  • Axles, Rear, Turrinelli Trolley-’Bus, 430* Brakes, Developments in, 556 Clutches, Developments in 556
  • Engines and Wheels, Noises Resulting from, 295
  • — See Engines, Petrol, Motor-Car
  • Gear Transmission, Developments in, 524 Steering Arrangements, Improvements in, 154
  • Torsional Stabiliser for Hupmobile Motor Cars, 154
  • Wheel Arrangements for Commercial Vehicles, 523
  • — Independent Springing of, 153
  • Motor-Car Engineers. See Automobile Engineers
  • Engines. See Engines, Petrol
  • Fuels. See Motor Fuels
  • Frames, Improvements in, 154
  • — — Gear Boxes. See Motor-Car Details
  • Hispano-Suiza, Manufacture of, 726
  • History and Development of, 523, 556
  • Insurance of, Legal Decisions in, 313
  • Noise Suppression in, 295, 297
  • Progress in Materials for, 523
  • Renault, Manufacture of, 726
  • Streamlining of, 153
  • — — See also Motor Cycle and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Carriages, Railway. See Carriages
  • — Cycle Industry, Position and Prospects, 73
  • — Drifter “ Girl Helen,” 389
  • — Electric, Alternating-Current, for Marine Purposes, 361
  • Motor, Electric, 5-h.p., 550-volt, Flame-Proof (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 259*
  • Fractional h.p., Canadian Specification, 599
  • — — Geared (Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto, Ltd.), 191
  • Hyposynchronous (Laurence, Scott and Electromotors, Ltd.), 191*
  • - 116-h.p. “No-Lag” (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 235*
  • 30-h.p. “No Lag,” Firth-Brown Engineers’ Tool Department, 666*
  • for Oil-Electric Rail Coach, 174* Polyphase Induction (Review), 534
  • — — Propulsion, 2,000-h.p. Train Ferry
  • “ Scilla,” 216*
  • Rolling, for Conveyor Drives (Laurence, Scott & Electromotors, Ltd.), 192*
  • — Synchronous, “Hopkinson" Instability
  • in, 616, 642*
  • Totally-Enclosed, Fankuld (Lancashire Dynamo & Crypto, Ltd.), 191*
  • 380-b.h.p., Witton Synchronous-Induction, Hull Ice Co., Ltd., 427*
  • — Fuels from Coal, Demonstration of, 685
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects, 73, 99
  • — Internal-Combustion. See Aeronautics ; •
  • Engines; Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors
  • — Launches. See Motor Boats
  • — Lorries, Steam, Development of, 563* Steam, Six-Wheeled (Fodens, Ltd.), 563* 5-ton Steam (Fodens, Ltd.), 563* See also Motor Vehicles
  • —? Marine. See Engines ; Marine Propulsion ;
  • Motorships
  • — Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • — Petrol. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Boats ; Motor Cars ; Tractors
  • — Plough. See Tractors
  • Motor Rail, Ltd., 85-h.p. Oil-Driven Shunting
  • Locomotive, 182*
  • — Road Rollers. See Road Rollers
  • Transport, Commercial (Review), 254
  • — Show, New York, 153
  • — Spirit. See Motor Fuel
  • — Taxation and Road Fund, 99
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Transport in Austria, 42 and Road Traffic Bill, 405
  • — Vehicles, Electrically-Propelled, Demonstration of, 685
  • — — Gas-Driven, London to Bagdad, Journey
  • by, 132
  • Gas-Operated, Demonstration of, 685 “ High-Speed ” Gas Producer for, 512*
  • — — History and Development of, 523, 556
  • — — Imports and Exports, 99
  • South Africa, Imports of, 654
  • — — Use of Coal Derivatives for, Demonstration of, 685
  • — Yacht “ Rosaura,” 564* Motorships Built in 1933, 20, 38
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 127,
  • 520
  • — Fire-Fighting Arrangements in, 465
  • — “ Indrapoera,” Flamm Stabiliser Tests, 645*
  • — “Isipingo,” 144*
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 198
  • — and Steamers, Comparative Economy of, 106
  • — See also Marine Propulsion
  • Mott, Hay and Anderson, Mersey Road Tunnel, 55*, 165*, 311* ; Vertical-Lift Bridge, Newport, Middlesbrough, 257*
  • Mould, Casting, for Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 137*
  • — Centrifugal Casting-Machine, Balancing
  • Machine for, 422*
  • Moulding Machine, Roll-Over Pattern (Pneulec, Ltd.), 186*
  • — Machines, Wood. See Machine Tools
  • — See also Foundry
  • Mounting of Wire for Fatigue Tests, 503* Moving Load Problems and Influence Lines, 60*. See LETTER, 218*
  • Mower, Lawn, 14-in. Petrol-Driven (Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, Ltd.), 184*
  • Moyne, Lord, M- Y., “ Rosaura,” 564*
  • Moynihan, J. R., on Drop versus Film Formation on Condenser Tubes, 519
  • Muirhead and Co., Ltd., 1,000-Frequency Standard for Wireless Stations, 71
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers
  • Municipal Electrical Association, Incorporated, Liverpool Meeting, Programme, 599; Presidential Address, by P. J. Robinson, on Development of Electricity Supply, 620; Developing the Power Load, by H. C. Lamb and W. E. Swale, 658; Electricity Supply to the Small Householder, by J. W. J. Townley, 659; Annual Dinner, 660; Present-Day Practice in Alternating-Current Urban Distribution by L. Romero, 673. See Erratum, 704
  • — Tramways. See Tramways Murayama Dam, Japan, 279
  • Murgatroyd, J. B., on Strength of Glass, 244 Murphy Screwless Swivel (Harland and Wolff, Ltd.), 637*
  • Museum of Practical Geology, Stresses in Framework of, 566, 727
  • — Science, and Physics, 601
  • Refrigeration Exhibition, 494
  • — United States National, Annual Report, 692 Myllykoski Hydro-Electric Station, Finland, 28*
  • NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON FOREMANSHIP; Selection and Training of Foremen and Supervisors, by A. P. Young, 131, and by T. H. Burnham, 132; Works Discipline from Labour Manager’s Point of View, by Dr. C. H. Northcott, 132; What the Works Manager expects from the Foreman, by F. H. Bullock, 132
  • — Defence Factories, Armament Firms as, 434
  • — Federation of Iron and Steel Manufacturers
  • becomes British Iron and Steel Federation, 463, 494; Statistics of Iron and Steel Industry, 494
  • National Gas & Oil Engine Co., Ltd., Tests of 630-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Oil Engine, 330; 220-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Oil Engine, 389
  • — Industrial Recovery Act, United States,
  • Policy of, 238
  • — Physical Laboratory, Testing of Steam-Pipe
  • Insulating Materials, 1*, 58*, 171*, 252*; Aeronautical Investigations at, 125; High-Sensitivity Creep-Testing Equipment, 212*; Investigations on Fatigue Failure and Crystalline Structure, 298*; Experiments on Screw Propellers of Varying Blade Section, 409, 716* ; Model Tests of Auxiliary Propeller Drive, 466. See Erratum, 515; Tests of Model Coasters, 519; Model Tests of Arcform Form of Hulls, 570, 574; Wireless Transmitting Apparatus, 681; Investigation on Wind Pressures on Buildings, 735; Annual Inspection, 737
  • — Smoke Abatement Society, Conference on
  • Use of Smokeless Fuels, Programme, 637; Conference, 707
  • Nauru, Phosphate-Handling Installation at, 48*
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics

Naval Architects, Institution of :

  • Scholarships, 221
  • Spring Meeting, London: Programme, 128, 274 Report of Council, 384 Election of Officers, 384 Presidential Address, by Lord Stonehaven, on Shipbuilding Industry, 384 Reports of Discussions, 384, 408, 435, 464. See Erratum, 515
  • Annual Dinner, 385 Aircraft Carriers, by Sir A. W. Johns, 387. See 385
  • Automatic Control of Steering of Ships, by Sir J. B. Henderson, 413*. See 408
  • Results of Experiments on Electrically- Welded Joints in Ship Construction, by Prof. B. P. Haigh, 408
  • Structure of Insulated Holds in Relation to Heat Leakage, by Dr. A. J. M. Smith and J. D. Farmer, 409
  • Screw Propellers of Varying Blade Section in Open Water, Part II, by G. S. Baker and A. W. Riddle, 716*. See 409
  • Appropriate Ship Lengths for Minimum Pitching and Maximum Seaworthiness, by J. L. Kent, 435
  • Form Efficiency, by Prof. E. M. Bragg, 435 Scale Effect on Screw Propellers, by J. F. Allan, 436
  • Experimental Examination of Distribution of Velocity around a Ship’s Model Placed in Turbulent Stream, by J. H. Lamble, 436
  • Lubrication of Bearings Provided with Oil Circuits, by H. Brillid, 441*. See 464
  • Influence of Keys and Keyways on Cylindrical Force Fits and Shrinkage Fits, by Prof. E. G. Coker and R. Russell, 439*. See 465
  • Fire-Fighting Arrangements in Ships, by E. F. Spanner, 465
  • Origin of the Tanker, by W. R. G. Whiting, 466
  • Development of Auxiliary Propeller Drive, by E. C. Garratt, 466. See Erratum, 515
  • Naval Architects, Japan Society of, Experiments on Compression of Samples of Deck Plating, by Dr. J. Montgomerie, 553*
  • — — and Marine Engineers, American Society of, Notes on Defects and Fractures in Steel, by W. Bennett, 105; Fire Control for Passenger Vessels, by G. G. Sharp, 105 ; Effect of Form on Roll, by Lieut. M. E. Serat, 106; Cargo Handling and Stowage, -by H. E. Stocker, 106; Diesel versus Steam Drive for Cargo Ships, by L. R. Ford, 106; Full-Scale Trials of a Destroyer, by Comdr. H. E. Saunders and Lieut.- Comdr. A. S. Pitre, 106; Notes on S.S. “ Manhattan,” with General Comments on North Atlantic Liners, by E. H. Rigg, 106; Water Circulation and Gas Path in Naval Boilers, by Rear-Admiral S. M. Robinson, 106; Water Conditioning and Related Problems of Marine Boiler Operation, by A. C. Purdy, 107
  • — Architecture. See also Warships
  • — Construction Programme, 1933, 156
  • — — See also Warships
  • — Fuel, Coal and Oil Products as, 679
  • — See also Warships
  • Navigation Acts, Effect on Shipping Industry, 492
  • — Automatic Radio Direction Finder, 576
  • — Echo-Sounding Gear (H. Hughes and Son, Ltd.), 116*
  • — Wireless Direction-Finding Equipment for Submarines, 401*
  • Navigation, Wireless Telegraphy in. See also Telegraphy, Wireless
  • Navvy, Steam. See Excavating Machine Navy, British. See H.M. under Warships
  • — Italian. See ItaZian under Warships
  • — Portuguese. See Portuguese under WarsAZp# •— United States. See United States under
  • Warships
  • — See also Naval; Warships; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Neal, R. H., & Co., Ltd., Diaphragm Pump, 232* ; 1-ton Mobile Crane, 232* ; Portable Mast Crane, 233*
  • Neder-Over-Heembeek, ,'iges Boiler Installation, 6*, 64*
  • Negretti & Zambra, Micro-Manometer, 258*; Dial Thermometers, 258*
  • Neisser Eisengiesserei und Maschinenbauan- stalt, Thread-Cutting and Profiling Machine, 383*
  • Nephelometer (A. Hilger, Ltd.), 72
  • Neptune Bank Power Station, Wallsend, Early Parsons Turbo-Generator at, 152 Basin, River Flow Measurements in, 26
  • “New Economy” Engine, S.S. Adderstone, 347*
  • New England and England, Rainfall Variations in, 611
  • — Mexico, U.S. Battleship, Automatic Steering
  • Trials, 408
  • — Year’s Honours List, 17
  • — York, Empire State Building, Investigation
  • of Wind Pressures on, 735*
  • — York Motor Show, 153
  • — York, Radio City, Ross Decalorator System,
  • 10*
  • Newcomen Society, Charles Babbage and his Difference Engines, by Dr. L. H. D. Buxton, 9 ; Reverberatory Furnace with Coal Fuel, 1612-1712, by R. Jenkins, 161; Early History of Streets and Paving of London, 399 ; Origin of Bronze, by Dr. C. H. Desch, 437 ; Early Electro- Magnetic Engines, by J. H.-.R. Body, 437 , Oliver Evans and his Orukter Amphibolos, by G. Bathe, 437; Summer Meeting, Derbyshire, Historical Notes on Derbyshire Industries, by R. Jenkins, 701; Cromford and High-Peak Railway, by D. P. Carr, 701
  • Newport, Middlesbrough, Vertical-Lift Bridge, 257*
  • Nickel, Activated, Ratio of Specific and Apparent Surfaces in, 575
  • — Tensile Properties in Liquid Hydrogen, 331.
  • See 550
  • Niederfinow, 1,000-ton Canal-Barge Lift, 374* Nigeria, Water Supply of Kano, 200
  • Nile, River, Assouan Dam, Heightening of, 559* Nitrided Steel, Ageing Changes in, 745* Nitrogen Conservation, Biochemistry of (Review), 534
  • Noble & Lund, Ltd., 55-in. Centre Four-Saddle Heavy Lathe, 618*
  • Noetzli, Dr. F. A., on Massive Buttress-Type Dams, 590*
  • Noise from Hob-Cut Helical Gears, 138*
  • — Measurement Apparatus, Portable (Metro-
  • politan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 576
  • — from Motor Cars, Investigations of, 295, 297 Non-Conducting Coverings. See Heat Insulation
  • — Ferrous Metals. See Metals ; Metallurgy Nord Railway, Locomotive Performances on,
  • 604
  • Nordberg Manufacturing Co., 3,000-h.p. Double Conical Drum Hoist, 330
  • Norddeutscher Lloyd, Turbo-Electric Ship “ Scharnhorst,” 593
  • “ Normandie,” S.S., 273
  • North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Shipbuilding in Relation to Subsequent Repairs, by E. Wilson and E. P. Wilson, 126 ; Possibilities of Applying Improvements Effected in Modern Land Power Stations to Ship-Propelling Machinery, by W. T. Bottomley, E. W. Corlett and F. Piercy, 152; Armorial Bearings of, 489; The Arcform Ship: Trials and First-Voyage Performances, by Sir J. W. Isherwood, 574. See 568* North-Eastern Electric Supply Co., Adoption of Steam Turbine by, 152
  • North Eastern Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., 1,750-i.h.p. Triple-Expansion Engines,
  • S.SS. “ Arcwear ” and “ Arctees,” 568*, 574 North Metropolitan Electric Power Supply Co., St. Albans Substation, 580*; Brims- down Power Station, 641*, 693*, 719*
  • — Notes from, 12, 39, 66, 95, 123, 149, 177,
  • 223, 265, 292, 321, 349, 377, 403, 429, 459, 489, 515, 543, 571, 599, 625, 651, 677, 705, 731. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • North, Robin & Wilsdon, Firth-Brown Engineers’ Tool Department, Sheffield, 665*, 710
  • — Shields Gas Works, Benzole Recovery at,
  • 688
  • — West, Notes from, 13, 39, 67, 95, 123, 149,
  • 177, 223, 265, 292, 320, 349, 377, 403, 429, 459, 489, 515, 543, 571, 598, 624, 650. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Western Railway, India, Investigation of
  • Impact Effect on Bridges, 118
  • Northcott, Dr. C. H., on Works Discipline and the Labour Manager, 132
  • Northcott, Dr. L., on Dendritic Segregation in Steel Ingots, 721; on Ingot Structures, 721; on Periodic Structures in Metals and Alloys, 721
  • Northey Rotary Engines, Ltd., Rotary Air Compressor, 425*
  • Norway, Glass Industry of, 476
  • — Ringedals Dam, 81; Refacement of, 610,
  • 638
  • Notched Bar Tests. See Tests (Materials) Notes on New Books. See Books and LITERATURE INDEX
  • — See CZeveZantZ ; North ; North-West;
  • South West; South Yorkshire; Labour. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Nottingham University College Engineering Laboratories, 485*
  • Nozzles, Exhaust Steam, for Locomotives, Tests of, 69
  • — Flow of Supersaturated- Steam through, 303*,
  • 333*
  • — Fuel, for Ganz-Jendrassik Oil Engines, 606*
  • — Hydraulic Turbine, for Gas-Charged Water,
  • 217*
  • — Spraying, Automatic Self-Closing, 250*
  • — Water-Injection (Drayton Regulator &
  • Instrument Co., Ltd.), 71*
  • Nuttall, E., Sons & Co., Ltd., Mersey Road Tunnel, 55*, 165*, 311*
  • OAKES, E. C., on Preston Aqueduct Tunnels,> 621

Obituary :

  • - Andrews, J., 202
  • - Bamber, H. W., 273
  • - Banister, G. H., 485
  • - Becher, H., 76
  • - Boyd, W., 146
  • - Bridge, J., 704
  • - Cartwright, G., 401
  • - Duggan, E. M., 401
  • - Everett, E. I., 539
  • - Frere, F. H., 130
  • - Gebbie, F. St. J., 273
  • - Haber, Prof. F., 272
  • - Hall, B. J., 539
  • - Hardwick, Prof. F. W., 172
  • - Hardy, Sir W. B., 130
  • - Haworth, J., 146
  • - Hookham, J. A., 218
  • - Ibbotson, Dr. F., 218
  • - Jacob, Sir L. M., 272
  • - Jones, A. E., 579
  • - Lloyd, W. E., 288
  • - Mackness, C. F., 91
  • - Miller, Dr. O. Von, 539
  • - Palmer, Sir F., 433*
  • - Pourcel, A., 373. See LETTER, 454
  • - Prosser, T. M., 67
  • - Raven, Sir V. L., 217
  • - Rosenhain, Dr. W., 357
  • - Rotinoff, A. G., 539
  • - Smith, E., 93
  • - Spencer, Sir T. H., 578
  • - Strachan, J., 287
  • - Strickland, Major F., 702
  • - Thorpe, W. H., 455
  • - Westgarth, T., 172
  • - Worthington, E., 130
  • Observatory, Dunlap, Toronto, 74-in. Reflecting Telescope, 281*, 365*, 447*
  • Ocean Island, Phosphate-Handling Installation at, 48*
  • Oerlikon, Ateliers de Construction, Ventilation System for Electrical Machines, 16. See LETTER, 424*
  • Ofanto River, Flow of, Researches on (Review), 284
  • Office Administration for Manufacturers (Review), 394
  • Ofl from Coal for Motor Vehicles, Demonstration of, 685
  • — and Coal Products as Naval Fuel, 679
  • — Coolers, Valley Road Power Station,
  • Bradford, 338*
  • — Engines. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars ;
  • Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Films Theory of Lubrication, 441*, 464
  • — Fuel Firing, Automatic Combustion Control
  • with, 134, 163
  • Atomisation in Airless-Injection Engines, 285*
  • — — and Pulverised Coal. See Colloidal Fuel from Tar, Calorific Value of, 679 Taxation of, Effect on Diesel Engine
  • Industry, 326
  • — Insulating, Renovation of, 215*
  • — Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Cars;
  • Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Seed Handling and Storage Plant, Liverpool,
  • 343*
  • — Switches. See Switchgear
  • — Tanker “Brunswick,” Diesel - Electric
  • Driven, 701
  • Experiments on Deck Plating for, 553* Origin and Development of, 466
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — See also Lubrication
  • Olympia. See Eriubitwn
  • “ Oliva” S.S., Salvage of, 324 Omnibus, Steam. See Steam —i Trolley. See Trolley Omniduktor, 3-in. Unchokable Pump, 180* Ono Dam, Japan, 278
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission, Report on Preservation of Wooden Poles, 550*
  • Opening Bridges. See Bridges
  • Operating Machinery, Swing Bridge across River Weaver, 315*
  • Optical Apparatus, Physical Society’s Exhibition, 72*, 140*
  • — Determination of Stress. See Plioto-Elastic
  • — Glass. See Glass
  • — Pyrometers. See Pyrometers
  • Optics, Early Terrestrial Telescope, 575
  • — Telescope, 74-in. Reflecting, Toronto University, 281*, 365*, 447*
  • Ore, Iron, and Gases, Interactions in Blast Furnaces, 655, 662
  • — — Reduction, Equilibria and Velocities of, 655, 662
  • — — Testing of, 655, 662
  • — Loading Wire Ropeway, Shako, Korea, 539* Organic Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • Orodon Dam, France, 207
  • Orukter Amphibolos, 437
  • Oscillations, Electric. See Electric; Telegraphy, Wireless; Telephony, Wireless
  • Oscillograph. See Electric
  • Ovens, Chamber, Intermittent, for Gas Works, 500*
  • Woodall-Duckham, Production of Solid Smokeless Fuel in, 744
  • — Coke. See Coke Ovens
  • — Preheating (T. H. & J. Daniels, Ltd.), 261* Overhead Cranes. See Cranes
  • — Lines Power Transmission, Aluminium
  • Conductors for, 561
  • Power' Transmission, Articulated Towers for, 581*
  • — — Power Transmission, Central Electricity
  • Board Report, 493
  • — — Power Transmission, Preservation of
  • Wooden Poles for, 550*
  • Power Transmission, Pykara Hydro- Electric Scheme, 108*. See LETTER, 218
  • Overseas Mechanical Transport Directing Committee, Report on Tests of 15-ton Road Transport Unit, 91
  • — Merchants, British, and Empire Trade, 562
  • — Trade Department, Report on Financial
  • and Economic Position of Austria, 42; on Trade and Economic Conditions in China, 170; on Import Trade of India, 380; on Conditions and Prospects of United Kingdom Trade in India, 380 ; on Economic Conditions in Union of South Africa, 654; on Economic Conditions in Finland, 734
  • Overstall & Sons, Ltd., Oil-Seed Handling and Storage Plant, Liverpool, 343*
  • Owens College, Manchester, History of, 196
  • Oxford, University of, Agricultural Engineering Research Institute, Automatic Meter for Field Drains, 77* ; Report on Farms and Machines, 545
  • PABST, DR. W., on Measuring Changes of Tension, Pressure and Strength, 701
  • Pacinotti, A., Commemoration of Invention of Dynamo by, 658
  • Packings, Labyrinth, 2,500-kW Super-Pressure Steam-Turbine, 111*
  • — Shaft, for High-Temperature Steam Turbine,
  • 23
  • Pain, J. F., on Sydney Harbour Bridge, 498 Palestine, British Trade with, 739 Palmer, Sir F., the Late, 433*
  • Paper Mills, Dartford, Power Station for, 472* Kilbagie, Emergency Water-Supply Installation, 549
  • — — Mersey, 9,000-kW Steam-Extraction
  • Turbine, 674*
  • Paraffin Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • Paris Agricultural Machinery Show, 450*
  • — Institution of Automobile Engineers,
  • Summer Meeting, 726
  • — International Trade Fair, 149
  • — Orleans Railway, 4-6-2 Type Compound
  • Locomotives, Performances of, 478*
  • — Working-Class Flats, Construction of; 727 Park Gate Works, Rotherham, Investigation
  • of Blast-Furnace Working, 655, 662
  • Parkinson, D. B., on Modernisation of Small Gas Undertakings, 744
  • Parks, J., & Son, Swing Bridge across River Weaver., 209*, 315*
  • Parmelee, C. W., on Burning of Magnesite Bricks, 280
  • Parsons, C. A., & Co., Ltd., 30,000-kW Alternator, 83, 251*, 338* ; 25,000-kW Turbo- Generator, 719*
  • Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Co., 5,000-s.h.p. Geared Turbines, 453*
  • Parsons Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 10-18 h.p. Paraffin-Driven Marine Lighting and Air Compressor Set, 439*; Semi-Portable Welding Set, 502*
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Passenger Aeroplane. See under Aeronautics
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • Patent Law and Foreign-Owned British Patents, 127
  • — Protection and Patent Claims, 90, 101.
  • See Erratum, 149
  • — Record, 54*, 110*, 308*, 444*, 586*, 746*.
  • See PATENT RECORD INDEX
  • — See also Trade Marks
  • Paterson, C. C., on Electrical Engineer and Free Electron, 344; Light-Distribution Photometer, 711
  • Paton, R. F., on Flame-Temperature in Petrol Engines, 623. See 362*
  • Pattern-Making Machines. See MacAiwe Tools Paul, R. W., Electrically-Operated Pulsator, 575*
  • Paving in London, Early History of, 399 Payment of Labour. See Labour
  • Pearce, J. G., on Elasticity, Deflection and Resilience of Cast Iron, 635*. See 682. See LETTER, 684*
  • Pearson, C. E., On Viscous Properties of Extruded Eutectic Alloys, 340
  • Percival, A. J., on Electrical Developments in China, 441
  • Personal, 12, 38, 66, 94,122,148,176, 222, 264, 293, 320, 348, 376, 402, 428, 458, 488, 514, 542, 570, 598, 624, 650, 676, 704, 730
  • Petrol from Coal for Aircraft, 298
  • — — for Motor Vehicles, Demonstration of, 685
  • — Motors. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol ;
  • Motor Cars ; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Petroleum. See Oil; Engines, Oil
  • Petters, Ltd., Tests of 195-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder “Atomic” Diesel Engine, 437; 8-h.p. Diesel-Driven Marine Lighting, Pumping and Air Compressor Set, 439*
  • Pflug, Dr. H., on Wood Preservation with Salts, 697
  • Phillips, C. E., on Transverse Tests of Aluminium-Alloy Bars,'341
  • Philosophy and Technology, 379 Phosphate-Handling Installations, Nauru and
  • Ocean Island, 48*
  • Photo-Cell Equipment for Smoke Detection (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 677
  • — Elastic Investigation of Stresses in Shafts and Collars, 439*; 465
  • — Telegraphic Apparatus (Marconi's Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.), 203*
  • Photometer, Light-Distribution, 711
  • — Photo-Electric (Everett, Edgcumbe and Co., Ltd.), 141*
  • Photomicrographs. See Microphotographs Physical Apparatus, Historical, Preservation of, 601
  • — — Physical Society’s Exhibition, 44*, 71*, 116*, 140*
  • — Chemistry. See Chemistry
  • — Laboratory. See NaiiowaZ Physical
  • — Society, Exhibition of Apparatus, 44*, 71*,
  • 116*, 140* ; Duddell Medal awarded to H. D. Taylor, 353 ; Measurement of Flame Temperatures in Petrol Engine by Spectral Line Reversal System, by S. S. Watts and B. J. Lloyd-Evans, 362*, 623. See 743*
  • — Thought, Development of (Review), 255 Physicists and Physics, Reminiscences of, 196 Physics, Atom, The Alternative, Structure and
  • Properties of, 461. See LETTER, 522
  • — Cathode-Ray Relay Tube, 44
  • — Cosmic Rays, Investigation of, 494
  • — Crystalline State (Review), 617
  • — Electrons, Free, Use in Electrical Engineering, 344
  • — Experimental Handbook of (Review), 577
  • Physics, Gas Analysis by Measurement of Thermal Conductivity (Review), 366
  • — Humidity Determinations, Apparatus for,
  • 276
  • — Institute of, Courses for Laboratory Assistants, 386 ; Presidential Address, by Colonel Sir H. Lyons, on Physics and Science Museums, 601
  • — Ionisation of Atmosphere, Investigations
  • on, 680
  • — Ionosphere, Investigations of, 680
  • — Physical Thought, Development of (Review)
  • 255
  • — and Physicists, Reminiscences of, 196
  • — Pure and Applied, International .Union of,
  • London Meeting, 709
  • — Rayleigh’s Principle and its Applications (Review), 589
  • — and Science Museums, 601
  • — Textbook of (Review), 505
  • — Transmutation of Matter, 325, 355*, 367*, 420*
  • — See also Physical Society and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Piccadilly Railway, 75-in. Aeroto Fan for Tube Ventilation, 92*. See LETTERS, 272*
  • Pickert, Dr. F., on Circulation in Water-Tube Boilers, 419*
  • Piecework. See Labour
  • Pier, Central, for Swing Bridge across River Weaver, 209*, 315
  • — Concrete, Phosphate-Handling Plant, Nauru, 49*
  • — Ship-Loading, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 531*
  • — Southend, Damage by S.S. “ Branksome Hall,” Liability for, 530
  • — Victoria, St. Helier’s, Jersey, Reconstruction of, 441
  • Piercing Machines for Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 30*, 87*, 137*
  • Piercy, F., on Improvement of Ship-Propelling Machinery, 152
  • Pig Iron, British Production of, 494
  • — — Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Piles, Ferro-Concrete, Behaviour during Driving, 494
  • Piling, Timber, Swing Bridge across River Weaver, 209*
  • Pillars in Steel-Framed Buildings, Investigations on, 566
  • Pipes, Disc Orifices in, Flow through, 25
  • — Failure, Lac Noir Hydro-Electric Station,
  • 155
  • — Flow of Water in, Tables of, 544
  • — Joints for High-Temperatures and Pressures,
  • Thermal Stresses in, 445*, 506*
  • — Line, Bracinho Hydro-Electric Scheme, 248*
  • — Pykara Hydro-Electric Scheme, 107*. See LETTER, 218
  • — Lined, Discharge of, 25
  • — Soil, Cast-Iron, Specification, 507
  • — Steam. See Steam Pipes
  • — Steel, Banded, Destructive Tests of, 360*,
  • 397*
  • — See also Tubes
  • Pisa University, Commemoration of Invention of Dynamo, 658
  • Pistons for 13,700-b.h.p. Double-Acting Two- Stroke Diesel Engine, 220*
  • Pit Props, Steel, Use of, 727
  • Pitch, Viscosity of, Report, 60
  • Pitre, Lieut.-Comdr. A. S., on Trials of United States Destroyer “ Hamilton,” 106
  • Pitting. See Corrosion
  • Planing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Plant and Machinery for Constructional Work (Review), 451
  • Plaster Coverings on Concrete Dams, 80 Plastic Flow in Soft Metals, 340
  • Plate Mild-Steel, American Specifications for, 607
  • — Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Steel, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Plating Barrel, “ Quickstone ” (W. Canning &
  • Co., Ltd.), 185*
  • Platt Brothers & Co., Ltd., Cast-Iron Road Blocks, 261* ; Pressed-Steel Coal-Pit Tubs, 262 ; Transportable Brake Wheel, 262
  • Plodder, Soap (H. Simon, Ltd.), 229* Plough, Double-Balance (R. Thieme), 450* Ploughing Engine, 20-n.h.p. Compound (J.
  • Fowler & Co., Ltd.), 562*
  • — — 8-n.p.h. Single-Cylinder (J. Fowler &
  • Co., Ltd.), 562*
  • Plug Mill for Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 88, 137
  • Plugs and Socket Outlets, Specification, 730 Watertight, for Outdoor Work (L. Weekes (Luton) Ltd.), 664*
  • Plywood, Birch, Grading of, Specification, 416 Pneulec, Ltd., Roll-Over Pattern Moulding Machine, 186*
  • Pneumatic Tabling of Coal, Report, 161
  • — Tyres, Development of, 524
  • for Farm Implements, Trials of, 546
  • — See also Air Compressor
  • Poland, United Kingdom Trade Mission to, 381
  • — Welding of Railway Rolling Stock in, 727 Polar Axis, 74-in. Reflecting Telescope,
  • Toronto, 282*
  • — Sleeve-Valve Ammonia Compressor, 703* Pole, Lighting, All-Steel (Stewarts and Lloyds,
  • Ltd.), 228
  • — Wooden, Preservation of, Report, 550* Polisher, Double-Spindle, Motor-Driven
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 260*
  • Pollution, Atmospheric, Report on Investigations, 631
  • — Research Board, Water, Annual Report, 196 Pontoon, Submerged, Swing Bridge across
  • River Weaver, 209*
  • Port of Mombasa, Improvements at, 373
  • — Shako, Korea, Ore-Loading Ropeway, 539* Portable Engine. See Engine
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools Portevin, Prof. A., on Castability of Ternary
  • Alloys, 340
  • Portland Cement. See Cement
  • Portuguese Sloop “ Afonso de Albuquerque,” Launch of, 650
  • — Submarine “ Delfim,” Launch of, 551 “ Golflnho ” and “ Espadarte,” Launch
  • of, 685
  • Post Office Engineering Research Station, Long-Distance Telephone Equipment, 44
  • — — German, Public Writing-Telegraph Ser
  • vice, 687*
  • Growth of Work of, 627 Reorganisation of, 297 Potato-Starch Manufacture, 639* Pourcel, A., The Late, 373. See LETTER, 454 Powdered Coal. See Pulverised Fuel Power-Factor Demonstrator (Crompton
  • Parkinson, Ltd.), 116*
  • — Gas. See Gas ; Producers
  • Power Plant Co., Ltd., Large Dougle-Helical
  • Gear Wheels, 318, 437*
  • Engineering, Steam (Review), 394 Hydro-Electric, Bracinho, Brazil, 248* Hydro-Electric in Canada, Report, 381 Hydro-Electric, in Finland, 4*, 27*
  • — Hydro-Electric, High-Head, Banded Steel Pipes for, 360*, 397*
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Lac Noir, Pipe Failure
  • at, 155
  • Hydro-Electric, Pykara, India, 107*. See LETTER, 218
  • — — Hydro-Electric, River RhOne, Banded
  • Steel Pipes for, 360*, 397
  • Hydro-Electric, South Africa, Turbines for Gas-Charged Water, 217*
  • — — Hydro-Electric, Swedish Development of, 547
  • See also Power Stations ; Power Water ; Substations
  • — Press. See Machine Tools
  • — Production in Gas Works, 495, 554
  • — Reserve, Pumped Water Storage for, 91, 97. See LETTERS, 131, 157
  • Power Securities Corporation, Pykara Hydro- Electric Plant, 107*. See LETTER, 218
  • — for Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propul
  • sion ; Ship Resistance
  • — Stations, Automatic Combustion Control
  • Systems for, 129*, 134*, 162
  • — Electric, Barking, General Description, 143 ; 94,000-kVA Turbo-Alternator, 536*
  • — — Electric, Battersea, 105,000-kW Turbo-
  • Generator, 674
  • Electric, Bradford, Super-Pressure Steam- Turbine Installation and 30,000-kW Turbo-Generator, 83,* 111*,- 251*, 338* Electric, Brimsdown, 641*, 693*, 719*
  • — — Electric, Caroline, Czechoslovakia,
  • Loeffler Boiler Tests, 722*
  • — — Electric, Central Electricity Board,
  • Report, 493
  • Electric, Delray, Detroit, Performance of 10,000-kW Turbine with Steam at 1000° F., 23, 78*
  • — — Electric, Design of Condensing Plant for,
  • 159*, 204*, 242,275*, 519. See LETTER, 345
  • — — Electric, Hackney, Automatic Combustion Control at, 129, 134*
  • Electric, Ifor, Breakdown of 5,000-kW Generator, 407
  • — — Electric, Paper Mills, Dartford, 472**'
  • — — Electric, Public, and Industrial Power
  • Loads, 658
  • — — Electric, Shanghai, 13,700-b.h.p. Double-
  • Acting Two-Stroke Diesel Engine, 220*; 25,000-kVA Turbo-Alternator, 536*
  • — Electric, Toulon, Tests of Velox Boiler Plant, 471, 526*
  • — — Electric, Townmead Road, Fulham, 738
  • — — See also Power Plants ; Substations
  • — Supply, Electric, in Canada, Report, 381;
  • Statistics, 543
  • — — Electric, Central Electricity Board
  • Report, 493
  • — — Electric, Development of, in Great
  • Britain, 620
  • — Electric, Developments in China, 441
  • — ?— Electric, Development of Industrial
  • Power Load, 658
  • — — Electric, for Farms, 545
  • — — Electric, in Finland, 4*, 27*
  • — — Electric, in Gas Works, 554
  • — — Electric, for Heating and Steam Raising,
  • Cost of, 250
  • — — Electric, for Mersey Road Tunnel, 311
  • — — Electric, Pumped Water Storage for, 91,
  • 97. See LETTERS, 131, 157
  • — — Electric, Revised Code of Regulations, 17
  • — — Electric, and Small Householders, 659
  • — — Electric, Tariff for Central England, 298
  • — — Electric, Transformation of (Review), 255
  • — — Electric, Transmission by High-Tension
  • Direct Current, 351
  • — — for Farms, 545
  • ?— Transmission Circuits, Interference with Communication Circuits, 195
  • — — and Distribution, Electrical (Review), 367
  • — — Electric, Urban, Alternating-Current
  • Practice in, 673. See ftratum, 704
  • — — by High-Tension Direct Current, 351
  • — — Overhead Lines, Aluminium Conductors
  • for, 561
  • — — Overhead Lines, Articulated Towers for,
  • 581*
  • — — Overhead Lines, Central Electricity
  • Board Report, 493
  • — Overhead Lines, Preservation of Wooden Poles for, 550*
  • — — Overhead Lines, Pykara Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 108*. ' See LETTER, 218
  • — — See also Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • — Water, Administration in Sweden, 547 -— — Developments in Canada, 381
  • — Developments in Finland, 4*, 27* See also Hydraulic; Power Plants, Hydro-Electric; Turbines, Hydraulic Pratt & Whitney Co., Keller Automatic General-Purpose Tool-Room Machine, 452*. See Addendwjw, 599
  • Precipitators, Electrostatic, Brimsdown Power Station, 721*
  • Preece, Cardew & Rider, Townmead Road Power Station, Fulham, 738
  • Preoptive Lathe Headstock (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 345*
  • Preservation of Wooden Poles, Report, 550* Presidential Address to Chamber of Shipping, by Major R. J. Dunlop, on British Shipping, 301
  • — — to Incorporated Municipal Electrical
  • Association, by P. J. Robinson, on Development of Electricity Supply, 620
  • Presidential Address to Institute of Metals,, by Dr. H. Moore, on Work of the Institute, 299
  • to Institute of Physics, by Colonel Sir H. Lyons on Physics and Science Museums, 601
  • — — to Institution of Gas Engineers, by
  • F. P. Tarratt, on Progress of Gas Industry, 687
  • — — to Institution of Naval Architects, by by Lord Stonehaven, on Shipbuilding Industry, 384
  • —to Institution of Water Engineers, by
  • R. F. Baker, on Water-Supply Problems, 621
  • to Iron and Steel Institute, by W. R. Lysaght, on Steel Industry in Australia and South Africa, 655
  • Press. See Machine Tools
  • Pressure Drop in Surface Condensers, 159*, 207, 242
  • Preston, Dr. E., on Volatilisation from Lithium Oxide-Containing Glasses, 476
  • — Aqueduct Tunnels, 621
  • Prestwich, J. A. & Co., Ltd., Valve-Seat Wear Tests, 246*
  • Prices of Metals. See Metal-Price Diagrams Priestley, J. E., on High-Frequency Furnace Linings, 280
  • Priming in Waste-Heat Boilers, Causes of, 495, 555
  • Princes Rlsborough, Forest Products Research Laboratory, Researches at, 197
  • Producer-Gas Equipped Motor Vehicles, 132
  • — — for Gas Works, 499, 500*
  • — — “ High-Speed ” for Motor Vehicles
  • (High-Speed Gas (Gt. Britain), Ltd.), 512* for Motor Vehicles, Demonstration of, 685 Production, Census of, 1930, Report on, 517 Profiling Machine. See Machine Tools Propellers, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — Drive, Auxiliary, Model Ship Tests of,
  • 466. Erratum, 515
  • — Screw, Scale Effect on, 436
  • of Varying Blade Section, Experiments with, 409, 716*
  • Proportional and Elastic Limits, Steel and Brass, 695*, 737
  • Props, Pit, Steel, Use of, 727
  • Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion; Engines; Turbines; Propellers; Ship Resistance
  • Prosser, L. E., on High-Sensitivity Creep Testing Apparatus, 212*
  • Prosser, T. M., the Late, 67
  • Protective Coatings for Concrete, Investigations on. 609*
  • Protector, Economiser (Elektrizitats Aktien- Gesellschaft), 507*
  • Puget Sound Navy Yard, Washington, 250-ton Revolving Crane, 613*, 671*
  • Pullman Car and Manufacturing Co., Petrol- Electric Streamlined Train, 509*
  • Pulsator for Artificial Respiration, Electrically- Operated (Siebe, Gorman & Co., Ltd.), 575*
  • Pulverised Coal, Combustion of, 29
  • — Fuel, Automatic Combustion Control with,
  • 129, 134, 162
  • Installation for Jiges Boilers, 8*
  • Plant, Brimsdown Power Station, 641*, 694*, 720*
  • Pulveriser, Atritor (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 236
  • — Coal, Vertical-Spindle (Whiting Corporation), 555*
  • Pulverising Mills, Investigations on, 576 Pumps, Air. See also Compressors
  • — Axial Flow, Turbine-Driven (W. H. Allen,
  • Sons & Co., Ltd.), 180*
  • — Centrifugal, Acid-Resisting (Meldrums,
  • Ltd.), 180*
  • — — Lostock Booster Station, Manchester,
  • 120*
  • —- — Two-Stage, Latton Pumping Station, Swindon, 647*
  • — Circulating, Brimsdown Power Station, 720 Water, Refrigerating Plant, Hull Ice Co., Ltd., 427*
  • — Diaphragm (R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd), 232*
  • — Extraction, Valley Road Power Station,
  • 339*
  • :— Feed, Brimsdown Power Station, 720
  • for Super-Pressure Steam-Turbine Plant, Bradford, 84*
  • —: Fuel,, for Ganz-Jendrassik Oil Engines, 606* for High-Speed Engines (La Precision Mdcanique), 593*.
  • — Gas, for Gas Works, 501
  • — for Ross Decalorator System, 11*
  • — Steam-Circulating, for Loeffler Boiler, 722*
  • :— Three-Throw, for Homogeniser, 146*. See jErratwffl, 265
  • — 3-in. Unchokable (W. H. Allen, Sons & Co.,
  • Ltd.), 180*
  • Pumping, Air Compressor, and Electric Generator Set, 8-h.p. Diesel-Driven (Petters Ltd.), 439*
  • — Plant, Barking Power Station, 144
  • Challowa Water Works, Nigeria, 200-
  • — of Rural Water Supplies, 621
  • — Station Equipment, Mersey Road Tunnel,
  • 311*
  • — — Latton, Swindon Waterworks, 647*, 653 Lostock, Manchester Waterworks, 120* Purdy, A. 0., on Water Conditioning for
  • Marine Boilers, 107
  • Purification of Water. See Water
  • Purifiers, Gas, for Gas Works, 501
  • Push Bench for Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 87*
  • Pykara Hydro-Electric Scheme, India, 107*. See LETTER, 218
  • Pyridine, Action on Coal, 276
  • Pyrometer, Alarm-Recording (Foster Instrument Co.), 71*
  • — Optical, Cross-Filament (Elliott Brothers
  • (London), Ltd.), 140*
  • QUAY WALL, Concrete, Port of Mombasa, 373
  • “ Queen Margaret,” Diesel-Electric Paddle Ferry Boat, 288*
  • Quenching of Steel. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Quicksilver. See Mercury and Metal-Price Diagrams
  • Quickstone Plating Barrel (W. Canning and Co., Ltd.), 185*
  • RACK, Circular, 250-ton Revolving Crane, 671*
  • Racking Machinery, Electrically-Operated 250- ton Travelling Crane, 672*
  • Radiators, Internal-Combustion Engine, Deposits in, 535
  • Radio, City, New York, Ross Decalorator System, 10*
  • — Direction Finder, Automatic, 576
  • — Research Board, Report, 680 Radioactive Substances, Properties of, 326,
  • 355*, 367*
  • Radiotelegraphy. See Telegraphy, Wireless Radiotelephony. See Telephony, Wireless Radley, W. G., on Telephone Interference, 196 Rainfall, China, and World Weather, 345
  • — in London, Statistical Probability of, 611
  • — Variations in England and New England,
  • 611
  • Rails, Corrosion of, 683
  • ?— and Road Traffic Act, 1933, 17
  • — Steel, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Production and Properties of, 359 Railroad, Chicago, Burlington and Quincy,
  • Diesel-Electric Train Unit, 509
  • — Texas and Pacific, Petrol-Electric Train
  • Unit, 509. See 625
  • — Union Pacific, Petrol-Electric Streamlined
  • Train, 509*
  • — See also Railways
  • Railway Bridge. See Bridge
  • — Carriage. See Carriage
  • — Club, Model, Exhibition, 407
  • — Cromford and High-Peak Railway, History
  • of, 701
  • — Electrification in Austria, Economics of, 546
  • — Est, Locomotive Performances on, 604
  • — French, Locomotive Performances on,
  • 478*, 604 ; High-Speed Rail Car, 568* ; Motor Rail-Car with Pneumatic Tyres, 726
  • — German State, High-Speed Diesel-Electric
  • Rail-Coach, 173* ; Automatic Self-Closing Spraying Nozzle, 250 *; High-Speed Rail-Cars on, 353 ; 4-6-4 Type Streamlined Locomotive, 597*
  • — Hangchow-Kiangshan, 4-8-0 Type Locomotive, 102*
  • — and Inland Transport, 627
  • — Indian, Proposed Construction of, 380
  • — Italian State, Diesel-Electric Train Ferry
  • “ Scilla,” 216*; 4-6-4 Type 3,000-h.p.
  • Electric Locomotive, 277*
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — London Midland & Scottish, 2-6-0 Type
  • Superheated Locomotive, 76* ; Northern Counties Committee, Greenisland Loop Line, 104* ; 130-h.p., Oil-Driven Rail-Car, 269* ; 2-6-4 Type Three-Cylinder Tank Locomotive, 386*; Whitehaven-Tunnel Repairs, 443* ; 4-6-0 Type Passenger
  • Locomotive, 487*; 0-6-0 Type Oil-
  • Engine Shunting Locomotives, 510; Shunting Locomotive, 160-h.p., Eight- Cylinder Oil Engine for, 530* ; Electrically- Welded Cylinders for Locomotives, 551* ; 300-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 648* ; Turning and Boring Mill for Wheel Centres, 662*
  • & North Eastern, Gidea Park to Shen- field Widening, 75* ; Anti-Coal-Breaker for Ship Loading, 485* ; 2-8-2 Type Three- Cylinder Express Locomotive, 621*, 715*, 728*, 739
  • — Motor Carriage. See Carriage
  • — Nord, Locomotive Performances on, 604
  • — North Western, India, Investigation of
  • Impact Effect on Bridges, 118
  • — Paris-Orleans, 4-6-2 Type Compound
  • Locomotives, Performances of, 478*
  • — Piccadilly, 75-in. Aeroto Fan for Tube
  • Ventilation, 92*. See LETTERS, 272*
  • — and Roads for Colonial Development,
  • Merits of, 305
  • — Rolling Stock, Welding of, 727
  • — — Stock. See also Carriages; Locomotives ; Wagons
  • — Southern, Fire Protection for Railway-
  • Carriage Sheds, 300 ; Train Ferry, “Twickenham Ferry,” 453*
  • — Street. See Tramways
  • — Train Brake. See Brake
  • — Tube. See Underground
  • — Vehicles, Motion of, on Curved Line
  • (Review), 505
  • — Wagons. See Wagons
  • —? See also Railroads and PARAGRAPH INDEX Ramsay, B., on Design of Cargo Vessels, 323 Rangoon Estuary, Model Experiments on, 521 Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, Ltd., 14-in. Petrol- Driven Lawn Mower, 184* ; 8-n.h.p. SingleCylinder Traction Engine, 478*
  • Rapid Magnetting Co., Ltd., Bi-Flux Magnetic Separator, 229
  • Rasping Machine for Potato-Starch Manufacture, 640*
  • Rasps and Files, Specification, 60
  • Rating of Electricity-Supply Undertakings,620 Raven, Sir V. L., the Late, 217
  • Rayleigh’s Principle and its Applications (Review), 589
  • Raymond-Lopulco Pulverising Mills, Brimsdown Power Station, 641*
  • Rays, Electric. See Cathode ; Rontgen Reactions, Chemical. See Chemistry Reale Automobile Club, Italy, Competition for Snow-Removing Equipment, 518
  • Reavell and Co., Ltd., Experimental Motor- Driven Air-Compressor Set, 318*
  • Record Electrical Co., Ltd., Vehicle-Pattern Electric Tachometer, 261*
  • Recording Apparatus for Jiges Boiler Installation, 9
  • Rectifiers, Disc and Plate, Copper Oxide (Westinghouse Brake & Saxby Signal Co., Ltd.), 233*
  • Rectifiers, for High-Tension Direct-Current Power Transmission, 351
  • — Valve (Lancashire Dynamo & Crypto, Ltd.),
  • 191*
  • Reduction Gears. See Gearing ; Marine Propulsion ; Motor Car Details
  • Rees, W. J., on High-Frequency Furnace Linings, 280 ; on Magnesite-Bearing Rocks in Sudan, 280
  • Reference Books. See Annuals
  • Refractories for Blast-Furnace Linings, 664,682
  • — Lining for Electric Steel-Melting Furnace,
  • 457
  • — Materials, Action of. Carbon Monoxide on,
  • 280
  • Permeability to Gases, 279
  • Testing of, 280
  • See also Firebricks ; Fireclays
  • — for Metallurgical Research, 280 Refrigerating Plant, Hull Ice Co., Ltd., 426* Refrigeration Exhibition, Science Museum, 494
  • — Heat-Leakage into Insulated Holds, 409 Refuse, Wood, as Boiler Fuel, 53
  • Regulators, Dead-Beat and Dead-Set, Equipment for (Drayton Regulator & Instrument Co., Ltd.), 72*
  • Re-Heaters for 30,000-kW Turbo-Generator, 251*
  • Reheating Furnace. See Furnace
  • Reinforced Concrete Association, Ltd., Pamphlet on Moving Forms for Concrete Construction, 607
  • See Ferro-Concrete
  • Reliance Trucks, Ltd., Petrol-Driven Truck, 184*
  • Remuneration of Labour. See Labour Renault Motor Cars, Manufacture of, 726 Rendel, Palmer & Tritton, Appointed Consulting Engineers for New Waterloo Bridge, 736
  • Repeated Stresses. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Repetition Work, Incentives in, 592
  • Report, Accuracy of Routine Analyses of Coal and Coke, 249
  • — Action of Solvents on Coal, 276
  • — Annual, Aeronautical Research Committee,
  • 125
  • British Corporation Register of Shipping and Aircraft, 297
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, 147
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, 373
  • Central Electricity Board, 493
  • Chamber of Shipping, 301
  • Derby Society of Engineers, 178
  • Scientific and Industrial Research Department, 98. See LETTER, 102
  • Skilled Employment and Apprenticeship Association, 604
  • United States National Museum, 692
  • Water-Pollution Research Board, 196
  • — Behaviour of Ferro-Concrete Piles during Driving, 494
  • —- Blast-Furnace Practice, 656, 663
  • — Britain’s Recent Commercial Policy, 738
  • — on Census of Production, 1930, 517
  • — of Conference of Research Associations, 407
  • — Corrosion of Iron and Steel, 683, 743
  • — Deterioration of Structures in Sea Water,352
  • — Economic Conditions in China, 170
  • Conditions in Finland, 734
  • Conditions in South Africa, 654
  • — Fatal Road Accidents, 1933, 603
  • — Financial and Economic Position of Austria, 42
  • — Floods in Relation to Reservoir Practice,
  • 422*
  • — Home Office, on Road Accidents, 99 ; on
  • Breakdown of 5,000-kW Turbo-Generator, 407
  • — Hydro-Electric Progress in Canada, 381
  • —- Import Trade of India, 380
  • — Incentives in Repetitive Work, 592
  • — Inflammation of Coal Dusts, Effect of
  • Added Incombustible Dusts, 476
  • — Interference in Communication Circuits, 196
  • — Investigations on Atmospheric Pollution,631
  • — London Telephone Service, 155
  • — Measurement of Humidity in Closed Spaces,
  • 276
  • — Mineral Wealth of British Columbia, 547
  • — Pneumatic Tabling of Coal, 161
  • — Preservation of Wooden Poles, 550*
  • — Prevention of Calcium Scale in Boilers, 733
  • — Radio Research Board, 680
  • Railway Electrification in Austria, Economics of, 546
  • — Road Fund Administration, 99
  • — Safety Devices for Heating Installations, 579
  • — Slum Clearance and Rehousing, 520
  • — Steel Structures Research Committee, 566
  • — Tests of 15-ton Road Transport Unit for Colonies, 91
  • — Trade Marks Law Reform, 602
  • — United Kingdom Trade with India, 380
  • — Use of Reinforced Concrete in Buildings, 70
  • — Valve Seat Wear, 245*, 306*
  • — Viscosity of Pitch, 60
  • — See also Board of Trade
  • Research Association, British Electrical and Allied Industries, Annual Report, 147 ; Reports on Interference in Communication Circuits, 195 ; Annual Luncheon, 197
  • Cast-Iron, British, Investigations on Elasticity Deflection and Resilience of Cast-Iron, 635*, 682. See LETTER, 684* Report of Conference, 407
  • and Scientific and Industrial Research Department, 98. See LETTER, 102
  • — Suggestions for Endowment of, 41. See LETTER, 102
  • Wool Industries, Tension Leveller and Tension Applier, 44
  • — Board, Building, Report, Use of Reinforced
  • Concrete in Buildings, 70 ; Experiments on Wind Pressures on Buildings, 735
  • Fuel, Report on Accuracy of Routine Analytical Determinations of Coal and Coke, 249
  • Industrial Health, Report on Incentives in Repetitive Work, 592
  • Metallurgy, Investigations on Silver-Beryllium Alloys, 340
  • Research Board, Radio, Report, 680
  • Safety in Mines, Report, Inflammation of Coal Dusts: Effect of Nature of Added Incombustible Dusts, 476
  • Water Pollution, Annual Report, 196
  • — Civil Engineering, Value of, 267
  • — Committee, Aeronautical, Annual Report,
  • 125
  • Institution of Automobile Engineers, Report on Valve Seat Wear, 245*, 306*
  • — — Steel Structures, Report, 566
  • — Council, Iron and Steel Industrial, Investi
  • gations on Blast-Furnace Working, 655, 662, 663, 664, 682; Report of Corrosion Committee, 683, 743
  • — Department, Scientific, Admiralty, Auto
  • matic Radio Direction Finder, 576
  • Scientific and Industrial, Annual Report,
  • 98. See LETTER, 102 ; Report, Action of Solvents on Coal, 276 ; Report on Measurement of Humidity in Closed Spaces, 276 ; Report on Investigation of Atmospheric Pollution, 631
  • — and Development Council, Tin, International,
  • Investigation of Tin-Iron Alloy in Tin- Plate, 682
  • — Electrical, Progress in, 147
  • — Industrial, Problem of Endowment of, 407
  • — Institute, Agricultural Engineering, Oxford,
  • Automatic Meter for Field Drains, 77*; Report on Farms and Machines, 545
  • — Laboratory, Callender’s Cable & Construction Co., Ltd., 737
  • Forest Products, Princes Risborough, Researches at, 197
  • — Prize Competitions, Examples of, 518
  • — Problems in Engineering, 298*
  • — Section, Physical Society’s Exhibition, 44 Woodall-Duckham Companies, Tests for Refractory Materials, 280
  • — Station, Building, Garston, Report on
  • Behaviour of Ferro-Concrete Piles during Driving, 494
  • Buxton, Tests of Incombustible Dusts for Collieries, 476
  • Fuel, Report on Viscosity of Pitch, 60 ; Investigations on Action of Solvents on Coal, 276; Exhibit at Royal Society’s Conversazione, 576; Experiments on Production of Solid Smokeless Fuel, 744 ; Investigations at Greenwich, 737
  • Post Office Engineering, Long-Distance Telephone Equipment, 44
  • — See also National Physical Laboratory Reservoir, Alwen, Birkenhead, Enlargement of, 621
  • — Assouan Dam, Enlargement of, 559*
  • — Blunsdon, Swindon Waterworks, 648
  • — Manchester Waterworks, 120*
  • — Overflow, Effect of Lag, 422*
  • — Practice, Floods in Relation to, Report, 422*
  • — Properties of Clays for, 207
  • — Pykara Hydro-Electric Scheme, 107*. See LETTER, 218
  • — Wye Storage, Severn Barrage Scheme, 91, 97. See LETTERS, 131,157
  • Resilience, Definition of, 682
  • Resistance, Air. See Air and Aeronautics
  • — of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • “ Resourceful,” Motor Barge, 390
  • Respirator, Artificial (Siebe, Gorman and Co., Ltd.), 575*
  • Retaining Walls, Concrete, Minimum-Section Trapezoidal, 133
  • Retorts, Horizontal and Vertical, for Gas Works, 495, 499*
  • — for Low-Temperature Coke Production, 744 Reviews. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Reynolds, O., Model Experiments on Mersey Estuary, 520
  • Reyrolle, A., & Co., Ltd., 15-kV Circuit- Breaker for Outdoor Service, 279*; Pamphlet on Electrical Protection Systems, 539
  • Rheolaveur Washery, Coal-Cleaning and Grading Plant, Ashington Colliery, 34* Rhodesia, Southern, Sabi River, Model of Birchenough Bridge over, 710
  • Rhone, River, Hydro-Electric Scheme, Banded Steel Pipes for, 360*, 397*
  • Rice-Mill, Hand-Power (D. Landale), 189*
  • Richards, G., & Co., Ltd., Horizontal Boring, Milling, Drilling and Tapping Machine, 249 ; Extension-Type Boring and Turning Mill, 521*
  • Richardson, B., on Benzole Recovery and Refining, 688
  • Riddle, A. W., on Screw Propellers of Varying Blade Section, 716*. See 409
  • Rideal, Prof. E. K., on Gases and Metal Surfaces, 575
  • Riebe-Carobronze Co., Low-Frictional Coefficient Journal Bearing, 512*
  • Rigen Iron Mine Co., Korea, Ore-Loading Ropeway, 539*
  • Rigg, E. H., on S.S. “ Manhattan,” 106 Ringedals Dam, Norway, 81; Refacement of, 610, 638
  • Ripper’s Steam Engine (Review), 451
  • Rissik, H., on High-Tension Direct-Current Transmission, 351
  • Rivers, Alluvial, Uniform Flow in, 250
  • — Bracinho, Brazil, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 248*
  • — Challowa, Nigeria, Water Supply from, 200
  • — Flow Measurements and Inland Water Supply, 25
  • — Lea Valley, Utilisation of Water in, 400
  • — Mersey Estuary, Model Experiments on, 520 Road Tunnel under, 55*, 165*, 311*
  • — Model Experiments on, 520
  • — Nile, Assouan Dam, Heightening of, 559*
  • — Ofanto, Flow of, Researches on (Review),
  • 284
  • — Pykara, India, Hydro-Electric Plant, 107*.
  • See LETTER, 218
  • — Rhone, Hydro-Electric Scheme, Banded
  • Steel Pipes for, 360*, 397*
  • — Sabi, Southern Rhodesia, Model of Birchenough Bridge over, 710
  • — Tees, Vertical-Lift Bridge over, 257*
  • — Thames Tides and London Floods, 337*
  • — Waterloo Bridge Reconstruction-, 406, 681; Demolition, 736
  • — Tigris ,Kut Barrage Scheme 197
  • Rivers, Waters, Investigations on Pollution of 196
  • — Weaver, Swing Bridge Across, 209*, 315* Rivets in Ships, Corrosion of, 683, 743
  • — High-Tensile Steel, Strength of, 416. See LETTER, 454
  • Road Accidents, Fatal, 1933, Report, 603
  • — Suggestions for Reducing, 197
  • — Block, Cast-Iron (Platt Brothers and Co., Ltd.), 261*
  • — Construction, Royal Engineer Demonstration of, 603
  • — Engines, Modern, 477*, 562*
  • — Ferro-Concrete, Mersey Road Tunnel, 57*
  • — Fund, Report on Administration, 99
  • — Grader, “ Speed Patrol ” Petrol-Driven (Allis-Chalmers Tractor Division), 585*
  • — Improvement, Ministry of Transport Circular on, 239
  • — London, Early History of, 399
  • — and Rail Traffic Act, 1933, 17; Traffic over Bridges, 239
  • -— and Railways for Colonial Development, Merits of, 305
  • — Roller, Oil-Engined (Wallis and Steevens, Ltd.), 183*
  • Steam, 8-ton Compound (Aveling and Porter, Ltd.), 563*
  • — — Steam, 6-ton Quick-Reverse (Aveling & Porter, Ltd.), 563*
  • Steam (Wallis & Steevens, Ltd.), 563*
  • — Traffic Act, 1930, Traffic Sign Regulations, 127
  • — -— Bill, Review of, 405 ; Provision of Footpaths under, 495
  • Control, Electric-Light Signals, Specifications, 377
  • — Transport, Motor Commercial (Review) 354 Unit for Colonies, Tests of, 91
  • — Tunnel, Mersey, 55*, 165*, 311*
  • Roadway, Ferro-Concrete, Mersey Road Tunnel, 57*
  • — Suspended, Mersey Road Tunnel', 57* Robblak Universal Vice, 689*
  • “ Robert the Bruce,” Diesel-Electric Paddle Ferry Boat, 288*
  • Roberts, A. M., on Tests for Arc-Welded Joints, 112*
  • Roberts, Black & Co., Ltd.,-Robblak Universal Vice, 689*
  • Roberts, G., on Chromador Steel for Structures, 415. See LETTER, 454; on Sydney Harbour Bridge, 498
  • Robertson Process of Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 30
  • Robinson, L. L., on Combustion Control Systems for Boilers, 134*, 162. See 129*
  • Robinson, P. J., on Reservoir Lag, 422* ; Robinson, P. J., on Development of Electricity Supply, 620
  • Robinson, Rear-Admiral S. M., on Tests of Naval Boilers, 106
  • Rock-Breaking Hammer (Keystone Driller Co.), 81*
  • — Magnesite-Bearing, in Anglo-Egyptian
  • Sudan, Utility of, 280
  • Rockefeller Centre, Ross Decalorator System, 10*
  • Roles, T., Super-Pressure Steam-Turbine Installation and 30,000-kW Turbo- Generator, Bradford, 83*, 111*, 251*, 338*
  • Rollason, E. C., on Intergranular Corrosion of Stainless Steels, 713
  • Roller, Garden, 9-cwt. Petrol-Driven (Barford & Perkins, Ltd.), 184*
  • — Path, for Cantilever Arms, Phosphate-
  • Handling Plant, Nauru, 49*
  • 250-ton Revolving Crane, 671*
  • — Road. See Road Roller
  • Rolling Mill, Cold Strip (Brookes (Oldbury), Ltd.), 231*
  • for Steel-Sheet Manufacture, 689*, 712, 741*
  • — of Ships. See Ships
  • — Stock. See Carriages ; Locomotives ; Rail-
  • . ways ; Wagons
  • Romero, L, on Alternating-Current Distribution Practice, 675. See Erratum, 704
  • Rontgen-Ray Apparatus at Royal Institution, 547
  • Roof, Dome, Cable-Suspended, Chicago World’s Fair, 52*
  • Roofing Tiles, Concrete, Interlocking, Specification, 739
  • Rooney, W. K., on Influence Lines and Moving Load Problems, 60*. See LETTER, 218*
  • Ropeway, Aerial. See Wire Ropeway
  • Rosenhain, Dr. W., the Late, 357
  • Ross Heater and Manufacturing Co., Decalorator System, Rockefeller Centre, 10*
  • Ross Institute Industrial Advisory Committee, Work of, 620
  • “ Rosaura,” Motor Yacht, 564*
  • Rotary Pump. See Pump .
  • Rotterdamsche Lloyd, M.S. “ Indrapoera,” Flamm Stabiliser Tests; 645*
  • Rotterdam, Working-Class Flats, Construction of, 727
  • Rotherham, Park Gate Works, Investigation of Blast-Furnace Working, 655, 662
  • Rotinoff, A. G., the Late, 539
  • Rotor, Forged, 2,500-kW Super-Pressure Steam Turbine, 111*
  • — and Shafts, Torsional Vibration in, 582*,
  • 611*
  • — Ventilated, for 25,000-kVA and 94,000'-
  • kVA Turbo-Generators, 536*
  • Rottingdean, Warren Farm Well, 681
  • Roucka Automatic Combustion Control System, 135
  • Royal Engineer Demonstration at 'Aidershot, 603

Royal Institution :

  • Reminiscences of Physics and Physicists, by Sir. J. J. Thomson, 196
  • Current Research Problems in Engineering, by Dr. H. J. Gough, 298*
  • Transmutation of Matter, by Lord Rutherford, 325, 355*, 367*, 420*
  • The New Hydrogen, by Lord Rutherford, 464
  • Cosmic Rays, by Prof. P. M. S. Blackett, 494
  • Royal Institution—continued.
  • Tidal Estuaries; Forecasting by Model Experiments, by Prof. A. H. Gibson, 520
  • Conversazione, 547
  • Royal Meteorological Society. See Meteorological
  • — School of Mines, Lectures on Explosives,
  • 96; Conversazione, 353

Royal Society :

  • Effect of Temperature of Liquid Hydrogen (—252-8 C.) on Tensile Properties of Metals, by Prof. W. J. De Haas and Sir R. Hadfield, 331. See LETTER, 550
  • Conversazione and Exhibition, 575* Royal Society of Arts. See Arts Rubber-Vulcanising Press, 10,000-ton (G.
  • Siempelkamp & Co.), 156*
  • Rucquoi, L. G., on Regulations for Steel in Buildings, 726
  • Rugby, Compulsory Continued Education at, 389
  • Rupturing Capacity of Switchgear, 354, 390 Rural Electrification, Cable-Laying Plant for
  • (Callender’s Cable and Construction Co., Ltd.), 739*
  • and Power for Farm, 545
  • — Water Supplies, Pumping of, 621 Rushbrooke, J. E., on Equilibria and Velocities,
  • in Ir on-Ore Reduction, 662. See 655
  • Russia, Employment of British Subjects in, 317 Russian Steelworks, 300-ton Overhead
  • Travelling Crane for, 483*
  • Russell, Newbery & Co., Oil-Driven Electric Generator, Air Compressor and Pumping Set, 290*
  • Russell, R., on Influence of Keys and Keyways on Force Fits, 439*, 465
  • Rusting. See Corrosion
  • Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 22-28 h.p. Crude-Oil Locomotive, 181*; 8-n.h.p. Compound- Traction Engine, 478* ; Pumping Station, Latton, Swindon, 647 *
  • Ruston-Bucyrus, Ltd., f-cub. yd. Universal Excavator, 359*
  • Rutherford, Lord, on the new Hydrogen, 464 ; on Transmutation of Matter, 325, 355* 367*, 420*
  • SABI River, Southern Rhodesia, Model of Birchenough Bridge over, 710
  • Sack-Filling and Lorry-Loading Plant for
  • Coke, Beckton Gas Works; 418* Safety Appliances in Submarines, 324 -— Devices for Heating Installations, Report, 579
  • — Gear for Presses (Allgemeine Elektrizitats Gesellschaft), 333*
  • — in Mines Research Board, Report, In
  • flammation of Coal Dusts: Effect of Nature of Added Incombustible Dusts, 476 Saint. See St.
  • “ Salmon,” H.M. Submarine, Launch of, 543
  • Salter, G., & Co., Ltd., Portable Lorry-Axle Weigher, 260*
  • Salts, Water-Insoluble, Wood Preservation with, 697
  • Salvage, Deep-Sea (Review), 577
  • — Operations, Some Recent, 324 Sampling of Coal, Specification, 336
  • Sams, J. G. B., on Overhauling of Steel Railway Wagons, 557*
  • Sanderson Brothers & Newbould, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 263
  • Saner, Col. J. A., Swing Bridge across River Weaver, 209*, 315*
  • Sanguinetti, V., on British Overseas Merchants and Empire Trade, 562
  • Santa Catharina, Brazil, Bracinho Hydro- Electric Scheme, 248*
  • Saran, Dr. W., on Balancing Machine for
  • Centrifugal Casting-Machine Moulds, 422* Sass, Dr. P., Investigations of Fuel Atomisation in Oil Engines, 285*
  • Saunders, C. W., on Turbo-Electric Propulsion, 239
  • Saunders, Comdr. H. E., on Trials of United States Destroyer “ Hamilton,” 106
  • Saunders, Dr. H. L., on Comparative Testing of Iron Ores, ‘662. See 655 ; on Equilibria and Velocities in Ore Reduction, 662. See 655
  • Savile, C. M., on Rainfall Variations, England and New England. 611
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • Scale, Calcium, in Boilers, Prevention of, 733
  • — Effect on Screw Propellers, 436
  • — in Surface Condensers, Effect of, 206, 242.
  • See LETTER, 345
  • Scalping Station, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton
  • Gas Works, 417*
  • Scandinavia, Glass Industry of, 476
  • “ Scharnhorst,” Turbo-Electric Liner, 593
  • Schenck, C., Balancing Machine for Centrifugal Casting-Machine Moulds, 422*
  • Schoemaker, Prof. R. L. A., on Industrial Steel-Frame Buildings, 727
  • Scholarships. See Education Schrah Dam, Switzerland, 80, 108
  • Schuler, L., A.-G., Barrel-End Rolling Machine, 412*
  • Science Museums and Physics, 601
  • — — Refrigeration Exhibition, 494
  • Scientific Apparatus, Historical, Preservation of, 601
  • Exhibition, Institution of Civil Engineers’ Conversazione, 710*
  • — Exhibition, Physical Society’s, 44*, 71*, 116*, 140*
  • Exhibition, Royal Society’s Conversazione, 575*
  • — Literature, Abstracting and Indexing of, 85*
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Research. See Research
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • — Workers, Association of, and Research
  • Endowment, 41. See LETTER, 102
  • “ Scilla,” Train Ferry, Diesel-Electric, 216*
  • Scotland, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in. See Engineers
  • — Kilbagie, Emergency Water-Supply Installation for Paper Mill, 549
  • Scraper, Drag, Three-Drum (Holman Brothers, Ltd.), 661*
  • — Haulage, Double-Drum (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 259
  • Screens, Coal-Cleaning and Grading Plant, Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • — Grid, Self-Cleaning (Jeffrey Manufacturing Co.), 718*
  • — Grizzly, 1,000-ton Coal-Handling Plant,
  • Beckton Gas Works, 142*
  • Screening and Grading Plant, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 391*, 417* Screw Propellers. See Propellers ; Aeronautics “ Scythia,” S.S., Experiments with Colloidal Fuel, 679
  • Sea, Salvage from (Review), 577
  • — Water, Deterioration of Structures In,
  • Report, 352
  • Seadrome Ocean Dock Corporation, Atlantic Aeroplane Station, 94
  • “ Sealion,” H.M. Submarine, Launch of, 377 Seddon, Dr. E., on Thermal Expansion of Glass, 244; on Thermal Expansion of Soda-Lime-Silica Glasses, 476
  • Segregation, Dendritic, in Steel Ingots, 721
  • — in Copper-Aluminium Alloys, Influence of
  • Gases on, 328
  • Selas Gas & Engineering Co., Ltd., Gas-Mixing Plant, Firth-Brown Engineers’ Tool Department, 668
  • Separator, Magnetic, Bi-Flux (Rapid Magnetting Co., Ltd.), 229
  • — Spiral, Coal-Cleaning and Grading Plant,
  • Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • Serat, Lieut. M. E., on Effect of Form on Roll, 106
  • Service Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Servo-Motor Control, for Oil-Electric Rail Coach, 173*
  • Severn Barrage Scheme, Wye Storage Reservoir for, 91, 97. See LETTERS, 131, 157
  • — Estuary, Model Experiments on, 521
  • — H.M. Submarine, Launch of, 95
  • Sewage Ejector, Pneumatic, Automatic (Bentley’s Engineers), 200*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shafts, Concrete, Challowa Waterworks, Nigeria, 200
  • — Marine Oil-Engine, Torsional Vibration
  • Stresses in, 167*. See LETTERS, 291, 344*, 400, 496, 578, 684*
  • — and Rotors, Torsional Vibration in, 582*,
  • 611*
  • — Stresses due to Keys and Keyways in, 439*.
  • 465
  • — Tail, Reconditioning Machine for, 133*
  • — Working, Mersey Road Tunnel, 57*
  • Shako, Korea, Ore-Loading Wire Ropeway, 539*
  • Shanghai Power Co., 13,700-b.h.p. Double- Acting Two-Stroke Diesel Engine, 220*; 25,000-kVA Turbo-Alternator, 536*
  • Shaping Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Sharp, G. G., on Fire Control for Passenger Vessels, 105
  • Shaw, Engr.-Capt. J. F., on Production of Solid Smokeless Fuel, 744
  • Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Sheaves, Lifting, 1,000-ton Canal-Barge Lift, Niederfinow, 375*
  • Sheds, Railway-Carriage, Southern Railway, Fire-Protection System, 330
  • — Transit, Port of Mombasa, 373
  • Sheet-Metal Products, Use in Buildings, 727 -—Thin, Dimensions of Hardness-Test Specimens of, 327
  • Sheffield, Atlas and Norfolk Works, Firth- Brown Engineers’ Tool Department, 665,* 710
  • — University, Fatigue Testing of Wire, 503* ; Courses in Foundry Practice, Prospectus,
  • 678
  • Shenfleld to Gidea Park Widening, London & North Eastern Railway, 75*
  • Shield, Excavating, Mersey Road Tunnel, 57* Ship Alleyways, Asbestos Fire Curtains for, 579
  • — Auxiliary Propeller Drive for, Model Tests,
  • 466. See Erratum, 515
  • — Built in 1933, 20, 38
  • — Canal. See Canal Navigation, Inland
  • — Cargo, Diesel-Electric Installations for, 353 Diesel versus Steam Drive for, 106
  • — — Experiments on Deck Plating for, 553* Handling and Stowage in, 106 Shipowners’ Views on, 323
  • — Coasting, Model Experiments on, 519
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 127,
  • 520
  • — Construction and Repairs of, 126
  • Tests of Electrically-Welded Joints, 408
  • — Corrosion of, 683, 743
  • — Design and Propulsion, Developments in,
  • 700
  • — Diesel-Engines. See Motorships; Marine Propulsion
  • — Electrically-Propelled, Electro-Pneumatic
  • Controls for, 414*
  • — Electric Propulsion. See also Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Factors Affecting Pitching of, 701
  • — Fire-Fighting Arrangements in, 465
  • — Form Efficiency of, 435
  • — Heat-Leakage into Insulated Holds, of, 409
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 198
  • — Lengths for Minimum Pitching and Maxi
  • mum Seaworthiness, 435-
  • — Loading Machine, Coke-Handling Plant,
  • Beckton Gas Works, 531*
  • — Models, Rolling Experiments with, 106 in Turbulent Stream, Distribution of
  • Velocity Around, 436
  • — — Experiments. See also Ship Resistance
  • — Motor. See Motorships; Marine Propulsion
  • — Passenger, Fire Control for, 105
  • — Propellers. See Propellers
  • — Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion; Engines ; Turbines; Propellers
  • — Resistance, Model Tests of Arcform Hulls,
  • 570, 574
  • — Rolling of, Effect of Form on, 106
  • Ship, Salvage of. See Salvage
  • — and Shipping, Merchant (Review), 139
  • — Stabilising, Flamm System of, 502*
  • — Steering of, Automatic Control, 408, 413*
  • —- See also Marine ; Motorships ; 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 in 1933, 20, 38
  • — Arcform Form of Hull, 568, 574
  • — Census of Production, Report on, 517
  • — Construction of Cargo Ships, 323
  • — Experiments on Deck Plating, 553*
  • — Fractures in Steel for, 105
  • — Industry, Position of, 283, 384
  • Prospects of, 493
  • — Maierform Ships of Norddeutscher Lloyd,
  • 593
  • — Naval. See Warships
  • — Progress of Welding in, 297, 700
  • — in Relation to Repairs, 126
  • — Tests of Electrically-Welded Joints for, 408
  • — Vessels Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 198 under Construction, 127, 520
  • — Welded Ferry Boat “ Robert the Bruce,”
  • 288*
  • — See also Steamers ; Motorships ; Naval;
  • Warships; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Shipowners’ Views on Cargo Ships, 323 Shipping, British Corporation Register of, Report, 297
  • Position of, 301
  • History of, 492
  • — Cargo, Shipowners’ Views on, 323
  • — Chamber of, Presidential Address by
  • Major R. I. Dunlop, 301; Annual Report, 301
  • — Industry. Position of, 283
  • — and Ships, Merchant (Review), 139
  • — and the State, 492
  • Shock Tests. See Impact Tests under Tests (Materials')
  • Shop Management. See Works Management Shotter-Phillips Maximum-Demand Ammeter, 140*
  • Shovel, Motor-Operated, Portable (Chaseside Engineering Co.), 185
  • — Steam. See Excavating Machine Show. See Exhibition
  • Shrinkage Fits, Influence of Keys and Keyways on, 439*, 465
  • Siebe, Gorman & Co., Ltd., Artificial Respiratory Equipment, 575*
  • Siemens Automatic Combustion Control System, 134,163
  • — Cross-Filament Optical Pyrometer (Elliott
  • Brothers (London), Ltd.), 140*
  • — Schuckert Typing-Telegraph Instrument,
  • 687*
  • Siempelkamp, G., & Co., 10,000-ton Rubber Vulcanising Press, 156*
  • Sieve, Reciprocating, for Potato-Starch Manufacture, 640*
  • Signs, Traffic, Regulations for, 127
  • Signals, Electric-Light, Road-Traffic Control, Specification, 377
  • Silencers for Motor Cars, 295, 297
  • Silica Bricks. See Firebricks
  • Silt Deposition in Tidal Estuary Models, 521 Silver, Tarnish-Resisting Alloys of, Investigations on, 340
  • Simon, H., Ltd., Phosphate-Handling Installations at Nauru and Ocean Island, 48* ; Soap Plodder, 229* ; Soap-Flaking Mill, 229*
  • Simpson, Dr. G. C„ on World Climate during Quaternary Period, 728
  • Sirovich, Prof. G., on Tests of Banded Steel Pipes, 360*, 397*
  • Skatoskalo Satchel Machine (F. Gilman (B.S.T.), Ltd.), 190*
  • Skin Friction. See Friction ; Hydrodynamics ; Ship Resistance
  • Slater, Dr. I. G., on Influence of Gases on Segregation, 328
  • Sleepers, Railway, Steel, Specification, 53 —- — Steel, Corrosion of, 683
  • Slewing Machinery, Electrically-Operated
  • 250-ton Revolving Crane, 672*
  • Slipway, Port of Mombasa, 373
  • Sloman, H. A., on Alloys of Silver and Beryllium, 340
  • Slum Clearance and Rehousing, Report, 520
  • Slurries in Coal Industry, Memorandum on, 745
  • Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, Dr. A. J. M., on Heat Leakage into Insulated Holds, 409
  • Smith, E., the Late, 93
  • Smith, E. A., on Cooling System of Internal- Combustion Engine, 535
  • Smith, Sir F. E., Award of Faraday Medal to, 177
  • Smith, Dr. S. P., on Education of Electrical Engineers, 309*, 395*
  • Smoke Abatement and Domestic Fires, 707
  • — Atmospheric Pollution from, 632
  • — Detection, Photo-Cell Equipment for
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 677
  • Smokeless Solid Fuel, Experiment on Production of, 744
  • Smoot Automatic Combustion-Control System, 129*, 134
  • Snow-Removing Equipment, Design Competition for, 518
  • Soap-Making Machines (H. Simon, Ltd.), 229* Societa Italiana Ernesto Breda, 4-6-4 Type 3,000-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 277*
  • Society Anonyme Andrd Citroen, Works of, 726 Society Anonyme des Chaudronneries A. F.
  • Smulders, Jiges Boiler Installations. 6* ,64* Socidtd Anonyme La Dixence, Banded Steel Pipes, 360*, 397*
  • Society des Chantiers et Ateliers de Saint Nazaire, S.S. “Normandie,” 273*
  • Socidtd des Forges et Chantiers de la Mdditer- rande, Application of Oil Reservoirs to Bearings, 442
  • Socidtd Francaise Hispano-Suiza, 726
  • Society des Usines Renault, Works of, 726 Societies, Technical and Scientific. See Institutions
  • — Trade. See Labour ; Labour Notes
  • Socket and Plug, Watertight for Outdoor
  • Work (L. Weekes (Luton), Ltd.), 664* Sodium Carbonate, Preparation of, 637
  • — Fluoride for Wood Preservation, 697 Softener. See Water Softener
  • Soil Pipes, Cast-Iron, Specification, 507 Solids, Brittle, Crushing of, 133 Solvents, Action on Coal, Report, 276 Sopwith, D. G., on Influence of Intercrystalline
  • Boundary on Fatigue Characteristics, 328 Sounding Gear, Echo, Marine (H. Hughes & Son, Ltd.), 116*
  • South Africa, Economic Conditions in, Report, 654
  • Hydraulic Turbine for Gas-Charged Water, 217*
  • — — Steel Industry in, 655
  • — Dakota, Homestake Mining Co., 3,000-h.p.
  • Double Conical-Drum Hoist, 330*
  • —- East London Technical Institute, Courses for Training Foremen, 132
  • — Kensington, Science Museum, Refrigeration
  • Exhibition, 494
  • — West, Notes from, 12, 39, 67, 95, 123, 149,
  • 177. See Erratum, 243, 222, 264, 292, 320, 348, 377, 402, 429, 459, 489, 515, 543. See LETTER, 632, 571, 599, 625, 651, 677, 705, 731. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Yorkshire, Notes from, 13, 38, 67, 95, 122;
  • 148, 177, 223, 265, 293, 321, 349, 377, 402, 428, 459, 489, 515, 543, 571, 599, 625, 651, 677, 705, 731. See PARAGRAPH INDEX Southampton, Commissioning of King George V Graving Dock, 99
  • Southend Corporation versus S.S. “ Branksome Hall,” 530
  • Southern Railway, Fire Protection for Railway-Carriage Sheds, 300; Train Ferry- “Twickenham Ferry,” 453*
  • — Rhodesia, Sabi River, Model of Birchenough
  • Bridge over, 710
  • Sower, Beetroot-Seed (Etablissements Gougis), 450*
  • Spalding, H. B., on Control of Temperatures of Travelling-Grate Stokers, 587*, 656*, 669*
  • Spans, Approach, Sydney Harbour Bridge, 467, 498
  • Spanner, E. F., on Fire-Fighting Arrangements in Ships, 465
  • Specifications, Standard. See Standards; Standardisation
  • Speed-Changing Gears. See Marine Propulsion ; Motor-Car Details
  • — Reduction Gears. See .Gearing ; Marine
  • Propulsion ; Motor-Car Details
  • — Regulation. See Governing
  • — Trials. See Tests
  • Spelter Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams Spencer, Sir T. H., the Late, 578
  • Sperry Automatic Steering Equipment, 408,413 Spiller, J. W., on Roads and Railways for Colonial Development, 305
  • Spirit, Motor. See Motor Fuels
  • Spraying Nozzle, Automatic Self-Closing, 250*
  • — Sets, Electric and Petrol-Operated, Portable
  • (B.E.N. Patents, Ltd.), 181
  • Spreading Machines for Open-Cut Brown-Coal Mining, 371*
  • Sprinkler System, Automatic, for Railway Carriage Sheds (Mather & Platt, Ltd.), 300
  • — Water, Use for Fires in Ships, 465
  • Spur Gearing. See Gears ; Marine Propulsion St. Albans Substation, Water Circuit-Breakers, 580*
  • St. Helier’s Harbour, Jersey, Improvements,441 Stabilisation, Gyroscopic, of Land Vehicles (Review), 394
  • — Magnetic, of Nitrided Steels, 745*
  • Stabiliser Tests, Flamm, M.S. “ Indrapoera,” 645*
  • Stability of Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • — of Ships. See Ships
  • Staff, Unemployed, Problems of, 173 Staffordshire Coal, Temperature of Travelling- Grate Stoker with, 657*, 669*
  • Stage, Landing, Ship-Loading Pier, Beckton Gas Works, 531*
  • Stagg; J. M., on British Polar Year Expedition, 472
  • Stanchions, Steel, with Concrete Cores, Tests of, 727
  • — in Steel-Framed Buildings, Investigations
  • on, 566
  • — See also Columns ; Struts
  • Standard & Pochin Brothers, Ltd., Plenum Heating and Ventilating Plant, 665*
  • Standardisation in India; 522
  • Standards Association, Canadian Engineering, Specifications, Circuit Breakers, Electric Motors and Portable Lighting Devices, 599
  • — Institution, British, Specification, Girder Bridges, 13, 37; Circuit Breaker Rating, 18 ; Steel Railway Sleepers, 53 ; Files and Rasps, 60; Circular Saws, 158 ; Switchgear, 240 ; Sampling of Coal, 336 ; Copper Strip and Bar, 377; Road-Traffic Control Electric-Light Signals, 377; Grading of Birch Plywood, 416; Steel Conduits and Fittings for Electrical Wiring, 416 ; Arc Welding, 422; Steel Eyebolts, 437; Nomenclature for Aircraft Timber, 474; Specifications, Drain Pipes and Fittings, 476; Specification, Cast-Iron Soil Pipes, 507; Aluminium Conductors, 561; Edison-Type Screw Lamp Caps, 534 ; Boiler and Superheater Tubes, 604; Definitions of Gross and Net Calorific Value, 676; Specifications, Air-Break Switches, 677; Aluminium-Alloy Forgings, 697; Electrical Appliances, 730; Derrick Cranes, 745 ; Structural Steels, 739 ; Interlocking Roofing Tiles, 739
  • — U.S. Bureau of. See United States
  • Stanier, W. A., 2-6-0 Type Superheater Locomotive, 76* ; 2-6-4 Type Three-Cylinder Tank Locomotive, 386*; 4-6-0 Type
  • Passenger Locomotive, 487*
  • Stanton Ironworks Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 263
  • Starch Manufacture from Potatoes, 639* State Railways See Railways Stations, Power. See Power Stations Statistical Tests for Manufactured Products, 288
  • Statistics, Trade. See Trade
  • Stator Construction, 25,000-kW, 33,000-volt Alternator, 719
  • Steam Boats. See Steamers
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Collector for Locomotive Boiler, 622*
  • — Condensation. See Condensation
  • — Consumption. See Tests
  • — Crane. See Crane
  • — Engines. See Engines
  • — Flow through Nozzles. See Nozzles
  • — High-Temperature, Performance of Detroit
  • Turbines with, 23*, 78*
  • — Lorries. See Lorries ; Tractors
  • — Navvy. See Excavating Machine
  • — Omnibuses, History of, 523
  • — Pipes, Testing Insulating Materials for, 1*.
  • 58*, 171*, 252*
  • — Power Plant Engineering (Review), 394
  • — Production in Gas Works, 554
  • — Raising by Electricity, Costs of, 250
  • — Roller. See Road Roller
  • — Shovel. See Excavating Machine
  • — Super-Pressure, Limits for Ship Propulsion,
  • 701
  • — Superheater. See Superheater
  • — Supersaturated, Investigations on, 303*,
  • 333*
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Trials. See Tests
  • — Tug “ Fortuna,” Flamm System of Stabilisation, 502*
  • — Turbines. See Turbines
  • — and Water Mixtures, Density of, 420
  • Steamer “ Adderstone,” 2,200-i.h.p. High- Speed Compound Engine with Exhaust Turbine, 347*
  • — “ Arctees,” Machinery of, 568*, 574
  • — “ Arcwear,” Design and Performances of,
  • 568*, 574
  • — Auxiliary Propeller Drive for, Model Tests, 466. See Erratwm, 515
  • — “ Branksome Hall ” versus Southend Corporation, 530
  • — Built in 1933, 20, 38
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 127, 520
  • — Electric Propulsion. See Marine, Propulsion
  • — Fire-Fighting Arrangements in, 465
  • — Geared Turbines for. See Marine Propulsion
  • — “ Gliickauf,” First Oil Tanker, 466
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 198
  • — “ Laurentic,” Salvage of Gold from, 324
  • — “ Manhattan,” Oil-Fuel Consumption of, 106
  • — and Motorships, Comparative Economy of, 106
  • — “ Normandie,” 273*
  • — “ Oliva,” Salvage of, 324
  • — Propulsion of. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines ; Turbines ; Propellers
  • — Resistance. See Ship Resistance
  • — Rolling of. See Ships, Rolling of
  • — Salvage of. See Salvage
  • — “ Scharnhorst,” 593
  • — “ Scythia,” Experiments with Colloidal Fuel, 679
  • — Stability of. See Ships, Stability of
  • — Turbo-Electric Propulsion for, 239
  • — “ Twickenham Ferry,” 453*
  • — Weight of Machinery for, 700
  • — See also Engines; Marine Propulsion;
  • Shipbuilding; Shipping; Ships ; Turbines; Warships; PARAGRAPH INDEX Steamships. See Ships ; Steamers ; Warships Steckel Rolling Mill for Steel Sheets, 691*, 712, 742*
  • Steel, Boiler, Caustic Embrittlement of, 733
  • — for Bridges, Buildings, and Mild-Steel
  • Plates, American Tentative Specifications for, 607
  • — British Production of, 494
  • — in Buildings, International Regulations for,
  • 726
  • — Chromador, for Structures, Properties of,
  • 415*. See LETTER, 454
  • — Chromium. See Steel, Stainless
  • — Columns with Concrete Cores, Tests of, 727 Fire Protection of, with Gypsum, 5
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Crankshaft, Elastic Hysteresis in, 168*.
  • See LETTERS, 291, 344*, 400, 496, 578, 684*
  • — Defects and Fractures in, 105
  • — Deterioration in Sea Water, Report, 352
  • — Development, International Congress for, London Meeting, International Regulations for Use of Steel in Buildings, by L. G. Rucquoi, 726; Fire Protection of Steel- Framed Structures, by E. A. van G. Stort, 727; Architectural Use of Sheet Metal Products, by F. Lome, 727 ; Construction of Working-Class Flats in Paris, by M. Beaudoin, 727 ; Construction of Working-Class Flats in Rotterdam, by T. Elshout, 727; Steel Sheet Usage in Building Construction, by F. L. Main, 727 ; Report on Competition for Design of Exhibition Building, by Col. L. Icre, 727; Steel Columns with Concrete Cores, by Dr. A. Kloppel, 727 ; Long-Span Bridges, by R. Freeman, 727; Architecture of Modem Industrial Steel-Frame Buildings, by Prof. R. L. A. Schoemaker, 727; Rigid Frames in Steel Structures, by Prof. H. Maier-Leibnitz, 727 ; Full-scale Tests on Steel-Framed Structures by Prof. J. F. Baker, 727; Types and Tendencies in Steel-Bridge Design, by T. C. Greisenth- waite, 727 ; Welding of Railway Rolling Stock in Poland, by A. Brandt, 727; Steel Pit Props and Mine Arches, by Prof. S. M. Dixon and Major H. M. Hudspeth, 727
  • — Elastic and Proportional Limits in, 695*, 737
  • — Fatigue of, See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • — Framed Buildings, Industrial, Architecture of, 727
  • Structures, Full-Scale Tests of, 727
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Hardening, Vapocarb Hump Method of,
  • Steel, Heat Treatment of. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • — at High Temperatures, Creep Tests, 214
  • — High-Tensile, for Structures, Properties of,
  • 415*. See LETTER, 454
  • — Industry in Australia and South Africa. 655 United States, under National Industrial Recovery Act, 238
  • Use of Town Gas in, 688
  • — Ingots, Centrifugal-Cast, for Seamless-
  • Tube Manufacture, 137* Dendritic Segregation in, 721 Structure of, 721
  • — and Iron Trade Reorganisation, 463, 494
  • — Melting Plant, Electric, S. Fox & Co., Ltd.,
  • 455*
  • — Microstructure of. See Microphotographs
  • — Mill Buildings, Design of (Review), 140
  • — for Motor Cars, Development of, 523
  • — Nitrided, Ageing Changes in, 745*
  • — Peech & Tozer, Use of Coke-Oven Gas at
  • Templeborough Works, 574
  • — Plates, Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — Rails. See Rails ; Metal-Price Diagrams
  • — in Reinforced-Concrete Buildings, Stresses
  • in, 70
  • —’ Rolling Mills. See Rotting Mills
  • — Ropeways. See Wire Ropeways
  • — Sheets, Full-Finished, Manufacture of, 689*,
  • 712, 741*
  • Thin, Dimensions of Hardness-Test Specimens of, 327
  • Usage in Building Construction, 727
  • — Silicon, in Sydney Harbour Bridge, 467,498
  • — Stainless, Intergranular Corrosion of, 713
  • — Staybrite, at “ Ideal Home ” Exhibition,
  • 434
  • — Stress Distribution in. See Stress ; Tests (Materials)
  • — Structural, Specifications, 739
  • — Structures, Competitive Design of (Review),
  • 480 Research Committee, Report, 566 Rigid Frames in, 727
  • — for Sydney Harbour Bridge, Properties of,
  • 467, 498
  • — Tensile Properties in Liquid Hydrogen, 331.
  • See LETTER, 550
  • — Tests of. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Tool, Thermal Conductivity of, 722
  • — Tubes, Seamless, Manufacture of, 30*, 87*,
  • 137*
  • Tables of Capacities and Properties of,
  • 544
  • — Wife, Fatigue Testing of, 503* Steelwork, Structural (Review), 140 Investigations on, 566
  • in Sydney Harbour Bridge, 498 Steelworks. See Works Steering Gear. See Motor-Car Details
  • — of Ships, Automatic Control of, 408, 413* Steinmiiller Type Mechanical Stoker for Jiges
  • Boiler, 64*
  • Stevenson Creek Experimental Dam, Tests of,
  • 200
  • Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., All-Steel Lighting Pole, 228; Tables of Capacities and Properties of Steel Tubes, 544
  • Stiefel Process of Seamless-Tube Manufacture, 30*
  • Stirling Boiler, Ltd., Boilers for Fulham Power Station, 738
  • Stocker, H. E., on Cargo Handling and Stowage, 106
  • Stockholm, International Congress on Large Dams. See Dams, Large, International Co'tiQrass OYI
  • Stocksbridge Works, S. Fox & Co., Ltd., Electric Steel-Melting Shop, 455*
  • Stoker, Mechanical, Automatic (Ashwell &
  • Nesbit, Ltd.), 230
  • Automatic Combustion Control with, 129*, 134*, 162
  • for Gas Works, 495, 555 Koker (Meldrums, Ltd.), 180 Steinmiiller Type, for Jiges'Boiler, 64* Taylor, Train Ferry “ Twickenham
  • Ferry,” 453*
  • — Travelling Grate, Control of Temperatures of,
  • 587*, 656*, 669*
  • Stonehaven, Lord, on Shipbuilding Industry,
  • 384 Stop Valves. See Valves Storage Bins, Phosphate-Handling Plants,
  • Nauru and Ocean Island, 48*
  • — and Handling Plant, Oil-Seed, Liverpool,
  • 343*
  • — Water, Pumped, for Reserve Power, 91, 97.
  • See LETTERS, 131,157
  • Stort, E. A. van G., on Fire Protection of
  • Steel-Framed Structures, 727 Strachan, J., the Late, 287 Strains in Concrete Dams, Measurement of, 108
  • — See also Stress
  • Straub, Prof., on Scale Prevention in Boilers,
  • 733
  • Streets, London, Early History of, 399
  • — Lighting, Developments in, 99
  • Mercra Gaseous Discharge Lamps for,
  • 82*
  • — Railways. See Tramways
  • — See also Roads
  • Strength of Materials. See Stress and Tests
  • (Materials)
  • Stress, Alternating and Combined. See Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — in Buttress-Type Dams, 591*
  • — in Civil-Engineering Structures, Study of,
  • 267
  • — in Concrete Dams, 109
  • — in Deck Plating of Ships, 553*
  • — in Lattice Girders (Review), 211
  • — Meaning of, 18, 102, 131, 200
  • — Moving-Load, in Short-Span Railway
  • Bridges, 118
  • — Phenomena in Pile Driving, 494
  • — in Railway Bridges due to Impact, 118
  • — in Reinforced-Concrete Buildings, 70
  • — Repetitions. See Alternating Stress under
  • Tests (Materials)
  • — in Rigid Materials, Apparatus for Demonstration of, 575
  • — in Shafts due to Keys and Keyways, 439*,
  • 465
  • — in Steel-Framed Buildings, Investigation, 566
  • Stress, in Sydney Harbour Bridge, 467, 498
  • — Thermal, in Pipe Joints for High Pressures
  • and Temperatures, 445*, 506*
  • — Vibration, Torsional, of Marine Oil Engines,
  • 167*. See LETTERS, 291, 344*, 400, 496, 578, 684*
  • — Working, for High-Tensile Steels, 416.
  • See LETTER, 454
  • Strickland, Major F., the Late, 702
  • Stroebe, Mr., on Rail Cars on German State Railway, 353
  • Structural Design for Aeroplanes. See Aeroplanes under Aeronautics
  • — Engineering Industry, Position and
  • Prospects, 325
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Annual Dinner,
  • 381; Grant of Royal Charter to, 381; New High-Tensile Steel for Structural Work, by G. Roberts, 415*. See LETTER, 454
  • — Steels, Specifications, 739
  • — Steelwork. See Steelwork
  • — Welding, Development of, 402
  • Structures, Civil Engineering, Study of Stresses in, 267
  • — Ferro-Concrete. See Ferro-Concrete
  • — High-Tensile Steels for, 415*. See LETTER,
  • 454
  • — Steel, Rigid Frames in, 727
  • Competitive Design of (Review), 480 Framed, Fire Protection of, 727 Framed, Full-Scale Tests of, 727 Research Committee, Report, 566 Struts, High-Tensile Steel for, 415*. See LETTER, 454
  • — See also Columns
  • Sturtevant Engineering Co., Ltd., Ventilation Fans, Mersey Road Tunnel, 166*, 312*
  • Submarine Boats. See Warships
  • Substation, Braclnho Hydro-Electric Scheme, 249*
  • — Compact Switchgear Units for (General
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 26*
  • — Pykara Hydro-Electric Scheme, 108*. See
  • LETTER, 218
  • — St. Albans, Water Circuit-Breakers, 580*
  • — for Urban Power Distribution, 673. See
  • Erratum, 704
  • Suction Dredger. See Dredger
  • Sudan, Anglo-Egyptian, Magnesite-Bearing Rocks in, Utility of, 280
  • Sugden, Dr. J. A., on Thermal Expansion of Silica Brick, 133
  • Sulphates Deposits from Atmosphere, 632
  • Sulzer Brothers, 13,700-b.h.p. Double-Acting Two-Stroke Diesel Engine, 220*
  • Sunlight, Loss from Atmospheric Pollution, 632 Sunspots and Thunderstorms, Relation between, 345
  • Superheaters, Brimsdown Power Station, 693*, 721
  • — for Jiges Boilers, 8*, 64*
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — Loeffler Boiler, 722*
  • — Tubes, Specification, 604
  • — for Velox Boiler, 470*
  • Supersaturated Steam, Investigations on, 303*, 333*
  • Surfaces, Catalytic Action of (Review), 577
  • — Condensers. See Condensers
  • — Metal, Ratio Between Specific and Apparent, 575
  • Swale, W. E., on Developing the Power Load, 658
  • Swallow, M. G. S., on Velox Steam Generator, 469*, 526*. See 431, 528. See Erraftwn, 458
  • Swansea Civic Centre, Electric Heating of, 632
  • Swan, Hunter & Wigham Richardson, Ltd., Launch of H.M. Destroyer “ Esk,” 376 ; Train Ferry “ Twickenham Ferry,” 453 ; Launch of H.M. Destroyer “ Express,” 692
  • Sweden, Administration of Water Power in, 547
  • — Concrete Dams in, 80
  • — Glass Industry of, 476
  • Swedish Engineers in Great Britain, Society of, Physical and Chemical Properties of Cement and Concrete, by D. Werner and S. Giertz-Hedstrom, 296
  • Swindon Waterworks, Latton Pumping Station, 647*, 653
  • Switches, Motor Starting. See Motors, Electric Switchgear, Brimsdown Power Station, 720*
  • — Circuit Breakers, Canadian Specification, 599 Breakers, Mechanics of, 354, 363*, 389* Breaker, 15-kV for Outdoor Service
  • (A. Reyrolle & Co., Ltd.), 279*
  • Breakers, Rational Ratings of, 390
  • Breaker, Rupturing Capacity and Rating of, 18
  • — — Breakers, Water Type, St. Albans
  • Substation, 580*
  • — Combination Fuse, Metal-Clad (English
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 262*
  • — Gate-End Box, Explosion-Proof (General
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 259*
  • — Investigations on, 147
  • — Mechanics of, 354, 363*, 389*
  • —- Paper Mills Power Station, Dartford, 474*
  • — Specification, 240
  • — Switches, Air-Break, Specification, 677
  • — — 150-ampere Quick-Break, for Pole-
  • Mounting (W. T. Henley’s Telegraph Works Co., Ltd.), 611*
  • — Trifurcating Box, 11-kV Inverted Pole
  • Mounting (E. Heap & Co., Ltd.), 53*
  • — Units, Compact, for Substations (General
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 26*
  • — for Urban Power Distribution, 673. See
  • Erratww, 704
  • Switzerland, Concrete Dams in, 80, 108
  • Swivel Assembly, Mooring, Liability for Failure of, 530
  • — Screwless, Murphy (Harland & Wolff, Ltd.),
  • 637*
  • Sydney Harbour Bridge, Design and Construction of, 467, 498
  • Sykes, R. F. R., on Soda-Lime-Silica Glass, 288
  • Symons Lecture on British Polar Year Expedition, 1932-33, 472
  • Syphonic Circulating Water System for Condensers, 275*
  • Systems, Shop. See Works Management
  • TABLING, Pneumatic, of Coal, Report, 161
  • Tachometer, Electric, for Vehicles (Record Electrical Co., Ltd.), 261*
  • Tail-Shaft Reconditioning Machine, 133*
  • Talbot, C., Ltd., Valve-Seat Wear Tests, 246, 306*
  • Tammerfors Hydro-Electric Station, Finland, 5 27*
  • Tangic Die-Head, 235*
  • Tangyes, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 262
  • Tank, Experimental, Dumbarton, Experiments on Scale Effect on Screw Propellers, 436
  • — — Froude, Experiments on Screw Propellers of Varying-Blade Section, 409, 716*
  • Hamburg. See Hamburg Tank Society Tests of Flamm System of Stabilising Ships, 502*
  • See also Ship Models ; Ship Resistance
  • — Experiments, Arcform Form of Hulls, 570,
  • 574
  • — — Auxiliary Propeller Drive for Ships, 466.
  • See Erratum 515
  • on Coastal Vessels, 519
  • — Ice, Refrigerating Plant, Hull Ice Co., Ltd.,
  • 427*
  • — Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • — Ships, Motor. See Motor
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • Tapes, Measuring, Steel, for Electric Cables (J. Chesterman & Co., Ltd.), 584*
  • Tapping Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Tapsell, H. J., on High-Sensitivity Creep- Testing Apparatus, 212*
  • Tar Deposits from Atmosphere, 632
  • — Oil Fuel from, Calorific Value of, 679
  • — Removal in Gas Works, 501
  • Tarratt, F. P., on Progress of Gas Industry, 687
  • Taxation of Oil Fuel, Effect on Diesel-Engine Industry, 326
  • Taylor & Challen, Ltd., 120-ton Double Crank Press, 227* ; Belt-Driven Drawing Press, 227* ; 6-ton Adjustable Stroke and Bench Presses, 227*
  • Taylor, H. D., Award of Duddell Medal to, 353
  • Taylor, R., on Copper-Palladium Alloys, 342 Taylor Stoker Co., Ltd., Retort Type Stokers,
  • Train Ferry “Twickenham Ferry,” 453*
  • Teachers in Technical Schools, Courses for, 221 Teaching. See Education
  • Technical Colleges and Education. See Education
  • — Literature, Abstracting and Indexing of, 85*
  • — Measurements (Review), 394
  • — Societies. See Institutions and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Technology and Philosophy, 379
  • Tees River, Vertical-Lift Bridge over, 257*
  • Tees-Side Industrial Committee, Workers and Safety First, by R. Dennison, 127
  • Teeth, Gear. See Gear
  • Telegraph Circuits, Interference from Power Circuits, 195
  • — Writing Service, Public, German Post Office,
  • 687*
  • Telegraphy, Wireless, Apparatus for Transmission of Photographs, 203*
  • Automatic Direction Finder, 576
  • — — Direction-Finding Equipment for Submarines (Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.), 401*
  • 1,000-Frequency Standard for (Muir- head & Co., Ltd.), 71
  • Report of Radio Research Board, 680
  • — See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX Telephone Circuits, Interference from Power
  • Circuits, 195
  • — Equipment, Long-Distance, 44
  • Mersey Road Tunnel, 313*
  • — Service, London, Report, 155
  • Telephony, Wireless, Broadcasting Wavelength Changes, 70
  • 1,000-Frequency Standard for (Muir- head & Co., Ltd.), 71
  • Report of Radio Research Board, 680
  • — See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Telescope, 74-in. Reflecting, Toronto University, 281*, 365*, 447*
  • — Terrestrial, Early, 575
  • Telford, T., Centenary of, 18; Centenary Exhibition, 681
  • Temperature-Control Apparatus for Creep- Testing Machines, 213*
  • of Travelling Grate Stokers, 587*, 656*, 669*
  • — Indicator (Foster Instrument Co.), 188
  • — Measurement. See Pyrometry; Thermometry
  • — Phenomena in Gravity Dams, 108
  • — Recorder for Concrete, 711
  • — Records of Concrete Dams, 637*
  • Tempering. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Templeborough Works, Steel, Peech & Tozer, Utilisation of Coke-Oven Gas at, 574
  • Tenders, 12, 38, 66, 94, 122,148, 176, 222, 264, 292, 320, 348, 376, 402, 428, 458, 488, 514, 542, 570, 598, 624, 650, 676, 704, 730
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • Tensile Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Tension Leveller and Tension Applier, 44 Ternary Alloys. See Allays under Metallurgy

Tests (Materials) :

  • Alternating-Stress Tests of Single Crystals, 298
  • — — Tests of Wire, Mounting for, 503* Bend-Testing Machine for Wire (Brunton’s
  • (Musselburgh), Ltd.), 554*
  • Bending Tests for Arc-Welded Joints, 112 — Welded Steel for Banded Pipes,
  • 361*, 397
  • — — Chromador and Mild Steels, 415* . See LETTER, 454
  • Bursting Tests of Banded Steel Pipes, 360*, 397*
  • Compression Tests of Deck Plating for Ships, 553*
  • Compression Tests, Steel Columns with Concrete Cores, 727
  • —of Brass and Steel, 695*, 737
  • Creep-Testing Equipment, High-Sensitivity, National Physical Laboratory, 212*
  • — Tests, Steel at High Temperature, 214*
  • Hardness Tests, Minimum Dimensions of Specimens for, 327
  • on Nitrided Steels, 745*
  • Impact Tests, Steel for Banded Pipes, 361*, 397*
  • Materials, Properties and Testing of (Review), 139
  • Notched Bar Impact Tests. See Impact Tests (above)
  • Resilience Tests, Welded Steel Pipes, 361*
  • Stresses in Materials and Structures. See Stress
  • Tensile and Compressive Tests of Brass, 695, 737
  • — — and Torsional Tests of Steel, 695*,
  • 737
  • — Tests for Arc-Welded Joints, 112* Chromador and Mild Steel, 415*. See LETTER, 454
  • — — Metals in Liquid Hydrogen, 331.
  • See LETTER, 550
  • — — Steel for Banded Pipes, 361, 397*
  • Tests, Mechanical, for American Structural Steel, 607
  • — — Electrically-Welded Joints for Ships,
  • 408
  • Steel Sheet, 691
  • Tungum Alloy, 485
  • Testing Machines at Nottingham University College, 485*
  • Torsional Tests of Steel, 695*, 737
  • Transverse Tests, of Aluminium-Alloy Bars, Value of, 341
  • —- -— Cast Iron, Relation between Load and Deflection, 635*. See LETTER, 684*
  • Tests, Aeronautical. See Aeronautics
  • — 75-in. Aeroto Fan for Tube Railway Ventilation, 92*. See LETTERS, 272*
  • — Automatic Steering of Ships, 408
  • — Bertin Turbo-Compressor, 645*
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Destructive, of Banded Steel Pipes, 360*,
  • 397*
  • — Detroit, 10,000-kW Steam Turbine with
  • Steam at 1,000 deg. F., 23, 78*
  • — Electrically-Welded Joints for Ships, 408
  • — Evaporative, Johnson Water-Tube Boiler, 19
  • — Fire Control in Ships, 106
  • Protection, Gy sum - Covered Steel
  • Columns, 5
  • — 195-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder “Atomic” Diesel
  • Engine, 437
  • — Full-Scale, of Steel-Framed Structures, 727
  • — Heat Transmission in Condenser Tubes,
  • 205*, 242
  • — Jiges Boiler Installations, 9, 64*
  • — Locomotive “ Cock o’ the North,” London &
  • North Eastern Railway, 739
  • — Loeffler Boiler, Caroline Power Station, 722*
  • — Model Locomotive Front End, 69
  • — Oil-Engined Shunting Locomotive, 510
  • — Pumping Plant, Latton Pumping Station,
  • Swindon, 647
  • — 250-ton Revolving Crane, Puget Sound
  • Navy Yard, 613*, 673*
  • — Riebe-Carobronze Journal Bearing, 512*
  • — 15-ton Road-Transport Unit for Colonies, 91
  • — Rotary Air Compressor, 425*
  • — 630-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder National Oil Engine,
  • 330
  • — Stabiliser, Flamm, M.S. “ Indrapoera,” 645*
  • — Starting-Torque-Relief Mechanical Lubricator, 472*. See Errata, 571, 730
  • — Sydney Harbour Bridge, 498
  • — Turrinelli Trolley-’Bus at Milan, 430*
  • — Velox Boiler Plants, 471*, 526*
  • — Wear, Motor-Car Engine Cylinder, 50* of Petrol-Engine Valve-Seats, 245*, 306*
  • — Wood Preservation with Water-Insoluble
  • Salts, 697
  • — Wood Radiant-Heat Boilers, Brimsdown
  • Power Station, 694
  • Tester, Water-Hardness, Automatic (Elgin
  • Softener Corporation), 331*
  • Testing of Circuit Breakers, 18
  • — Equipment, Creep, High - Sensitivity,
  • National Physical Laboratory , 212*
  • — High-Speed Internal-Combustion Engines
  • (Review), 617
  • — Iron Ores,. 655, 662
  • — Laboratory. See National Physical
  • — Machine, Bending, for Wire (Bruntons
  • (Musselburgh), Ltd.), 554*
  • — — Nottingham University College, Engineering Laboratories, 485*
  • Valve-Seat Wear (Associated Equipment Co., Ltd.), 245*
  • See also Tests (Materials)
  • — Materials,. American Society for, Cements and Concrete, by Dr. P. H. Bates, 296;
  • Tentative Specifications for Steel for
  • Bridges, Buildings and Mild-Steel Plates, 607
  • — Steam-Pipe Heat-Insulating Materials, 1*,
  • 58* 171* 252*
  • — of Switchgear, Cost of, 390
  • — See also Tests (Materials) Trials
  • Texas and Pacific Railroad, Petrol-Electric
  • Train Unit, 509. See 625
  • Text Books. See LITERATURE INDEX Textile-Machinery Industry, Position and
  • Prospects, 127
  • Thames River, Tides and London Floods, 337* Waterloo Bridge Reconstruction, 406,
  • 681; Demolition, 736
  • Thanalith-U, Wood Preserving Composition, 697
  • Thermal Conductivity of Building Materials, Investigations on, 628
  • of Steam-Pipe Insulating Materials, 2*. 58*, 171*, 252*
  • of Tool Steel, 722
  • — Efficiency, Boilers with Automatic Combustion Control, 129, 134*, 162
  • — —- 10,000-kW Steam Turbine with Steam
  • at 1,000 deg. F., 23, 78*
  • Thermal Efficiency, Velox Boiler Plants, 471*, 526*
  • — Expansion of Glass, 244
  • of Soda-Lime-Silica Glasses, 476
  • — Stresses in Pipe Joints for High-Pressures and Temperatures, 445*, 506*
  • — Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Thermo-Couple. See Pyrometer Thermodynamics Applied to Heat Engines (Review), 285
  • — Supersaturated Steam, Investigations on,
  • 303*, 333*
  • — Technical (Review), 481
  • Thermometer, Dial, Distance-Reading (Negretti & Zambra), 258*
  • — See also Pyrometer
  • Thickeners, Hardinge, for Flue-Gas Washing Plant, Brimsdown, 695*
  • Thidme, R., Double-Balance Plough, 450*
  • Thompson, J. B. L., Latton Pumping Station, Swindon, 647
  • Thomson, Sir J. J., on Physics and Physicists, 196
  • Thomson & Stewart, Motor Drifter “ Girl Helen,” 389
  • Thorium Radioactive Emanations, 355*
  • Thornton, B. M., on Control Temperatures of Travelling-Grate Stokers, 587*, 656*, 669* Thornycroft, J. I., & Co., Ltd., Valve-Seat Wear Tests, 246, 306*; 40-b.h.p. Petrol Tractor, 564*; M.Y. “ Rosaura,” 564*
  • Thorpe, W. H., the Late, 455
  • Throttle Valve. See Valw
  • Thrust Bearing.- See Bearing
  • — of Propellers. See Propellers ; Aeronautics Thunderstorms and Sunspots, Relation between,
  • 345
  • Tidal Estuaries, Model Experiments on, 520 Tides, Thames, and London Floods, 337* Tigris, River, Kut Barrage Scheme, 197
  • T. and K. Lubricator, 472*. See Errata, 571, 730
  • Tiles, Roofing, Concrete, Interlocking, Specification, 739
  • Tilting Gear, Hydraulic, for Electric Steel- Melting Furnaces, 455*
  • Timber, Aircraft, Nomenclature for, 474
  • — Deterioration in Sea Water, Report, 352
  • — Industry, Finnish, and Hydro-Electric
  • Station Design, 4, 29*
  • — Piling, Swing Bridge across Weaver River,
  • 209*
  • — Preservation with Water-Insoluble Salts, 697
  • — Researches at Princes Risborough, 197 Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Electrical Properties at Low Temperatures,
  • 519
  • — Plate for Fruit Canning, 297
  • Tin-Iron Alloy in, 682
  • — Research and Development Council, Inter
  • national, Investigation of Tin-Iron Alloy in Tin-Plate, 682
  • — and Tin-Plate Prices. See MetaZ-Pnce
  • Diagrams
  • Tipplers, Coal Cleaning and Grading Plant, Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • — Wagon, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas
  • Works, 391*
  • Tookey, W. A., Tests of 195-b.h.p., Four- Cylinder “ Atomic ” Diesel Engine, 437
  • Tool Grinder. See Grinding under AfacAine Tools
  • — Machine. See AfacAwie Tools
  • — Steel. See Steel
  • Toothed Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Topham, Jones & Railton (1926), Ltd.j Heightening of Assouan Dam, 559*
  • Toronto Hydro-Electric System, Method of Preservation of Wooden Poles, 550*
  • — University of, Investigations on Heat
  • Transmission through Building Materials, 628
  • Torpedoes, Automatic Steering of, 413 —• Boats and Destroyers. See WarsAips Torquay Corporation, 11-kV Inverted Pole
  • Mounting Trifurcating Box, 53*
  • Torque Converter, Hydraulic, for Light Rail- Car, 270*
  • — Starting, Relief, Mechanical Lubricator
  • (J. & W. Kirkham, Ltd.), 472*. See
  • .Errata, 571, 730
  • Torsion Tests. See Tests {Materials).
  • Torsional Vibration, Calculation of Natural Frequencies of, 582*, 611*
  • Stresses of Marine Oil Engines, 167*. See LETTERS, 291, 344*, 400, 496, 578, 684*
  • Toulon Power Station, Tests of Velox Boiler Plant, 471, 526*
  • Towers, Articulated, for High-Tension Transmission Lines, Algeria, 581*
  • — for Cable-Suspended Dome Roof, Chicago
  • World’s Fair, 52*
  • — Conveyor Bridge, Coal-Handling Plant,
  • Beckton Gas Works, 141*
  • — Cooling, Brimsdown Power Station, 720
  • -— Supporting, 250-ton Revolving Crane, Puget Sound Navy Yard, 613*
  • — Vertical-Lift Bridge over River Tees, 257* Town Gas. See Gas
  • Townley, J. W. J., on Electricity Supply to Small Householders, 659
  • Townmead Road Power Station, Fulham, 738 Traction Electric. See Railways; Trolley ;
  • Tramways
  • — Engines, Development of, 477*, 562* Tractors, Agricultural, Engines for, 546
  • — Eight-Wheeled, for 15-ton Road Transport
  • Unit (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 91
  • — 40-b.h.p. Petrol (J. I. Thornycroft & Co.,
  • Ltd.), 564*
  • Trade, Agricultural-Machinery, Imports and Exports, 240
  • — British, with Argentina, 463
  • — — with China, 170
  • with Finland, 734
  • —? — with Palestine, Possibilities of, 739
  • — Copper, Imports of, 43
  • — Disputes. See Labour ; Labour Notes
  • — Economic Conditions in China, Report, 170 Conditions in Finland, Report, 734 Conditions in South Africa, Report, 654
  • — — Position of Austria, Report, 42
  • Trade, Electrical Machinery Imports and Exports, 43
  • — Empire, and British Overseas Merchants,
  • 562
  • — Engineering and Allied, Position and
  • Prospects, 17, 43, 73, 99, 127, 154, 198, 240, 283, 325
  • — Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • — Indian Import, Report, 380
  • — and Industry, German, Reorganisation of,
  • 432
  • — International, Britain’s Policy regarding,
  • 738
  • — Iron and Steel, Reorganisation of, 463, 494
  • — Locomotive-Building, British and Foreign
  • Exports, 198
  • — Machine-Tool Imports and Exports, 9, 154
  • — Machinery Imports and Exports, 17, 43, 73,
  • 99, 127, 154, 198, 240, 283, 325
  • — Marine Engine, British Exports, 283
  • — Marks Law, Reform of, Report, 602
  • — Mission, United Kingdom, to Poland, 381
  • — Motor Cycles and Cycles, Imports and
  • Exports, 73
  • — — Vehicles, Imports and Exports, 99
  • — Textile-Machinery, Imports and Exports,
  • 127
  • — Unions. See Labour; Labour Notes
  • — United Kingdom, with India, 380 Kingdom with South Africa, 654
  • — World, and British Shipping, 301 Traffic Bill, Road, Review of, 405; Provision
  • of Footpaths under, 495
  • — Signs, Regulations for, 127
  • Trailers for 15-ton Road Transport Unit
  • (R. A. Dyson & Co., Ltd.), 91 Train Ferry “ Scilla,” Diesel-Electric, 216*
  • — See also Railway
  • Training. See- EdwcaZion; Apprenticeship Tramp Ships, Design of, 323
  • Tramways, London, Proposed Replacement by Trolley ’Buses, 156
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Transformation of Electric Energy (Review),
  • 255
  • Transformers, 93,750-kVA, Barking Power Station, 144*
  • — Mallock Electrical Calculating Machine, 698*
  • — Urban Power Distribution, 673. See
  • ErraZtm, 704
  • Transmission and Distribution, Electrical (Review), 367
  • — Electric. Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion
  • — Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Propulsion ; Motor-Car Details
  • — of Power. See .Marine Propulsion; Power Transmission
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — Inland, Progress of, 627
  • — Institute of, The State and Shipping, by
  • Sir A. Hurd, 492
  • — Ministry of, Circular on Road improvements, 239; Report on Fatal Road Accidents, 1933, 603
  • — Motor. See Road ; Motor
  • — Railway. See Railway
  • — Road. See Road ; Motor
  • Transporter Bridges, for Open-Cut Brown-
  • Coal Mining, 508* Transverse Tests. See Tests {Materials) Transverter for Current Conversion, 351 Trap, Intercepting, for Suction Dredger
  • (Graver Tank and Manufacturing Corporation), 387*
  • Trapezoidal Mass-Concrete Retaining Walls, 133
  • Travelling Crane. See Crane Trench-Cutting Machine for Cable-Laying
  • (W. G. Brown & Sons), 499* Trencham, H., on Mechanics of Electrical
  • Switchgear, 363*, 389*. See 354 Trevithick Centenary Commemoration, Final Report on, 654
  • Trevithick, R., The Engineer and the Man (Review), 211
  • Trevithick, R., Memorials at Merthyr Tydfil and University College, London, 320, 459, 493
  • Trials. See Tests
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines, Steam
  • Tripper, Travelling, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 417*
  • Trolley-’Bus Developments in London, Opposition to, 156
  • — — Turrinelli, Development of, 430*
  • — Hoist, 250-ton Revolving Crane, 672* Tropics, Health in, Investigations Regarding,
  • 620
  • Truck, Petrol-Driven (Reliance Trucks, Ltd.), 184*
  • — Railway. See Wagons
  • — See also Bogie
  • Truss, Wichert (Review), 211
  • Tu, Chang-Wang, on China Rainfall and World-Weather, 345
  • Tubs, Coal-Pit, Pressed-Steel (Platt Brothers & Co., Ltd.), 262
  • Tubes, Boiler and Superheater, Specification, 604
  • — Condenser, Heat Transmission in, 204*,
  • 242, 519
  • Water Deposition on, 519
  • — Electric Butt-Welding Machine for (British
  • Insulated Cables, Ltd.), 633*
  • — Plates for Surface Condensers, Types of,
  • 159*, 242
  • — Railways. See Underground Railways
  • —? Seamless, Manufacturing of, 30*, 87*, 137*
  • — Steel, Tables of Capacities and Properties
  • of, 544
  • — See also Pipes
  • Tubi Togni, Messrs., Destructive Tests of
  • Banded Steel Pipes, 360*, 397* Tungsten Lamps. See Lamps under Electric Tungum Sales Co., Ltd., Tungum Alloy, 485 Tunnel, Piccadilly Railway, 75-in. Aeroto Fan
  • for Ventilation, 92*. See LETTERS, 272*
  • — Preston Aqueduct, 621
  • — Road, Mersey, 55*, 165*, 311*
  • — Water, Protective Linings for, 609*
  • — Whitehaven Repairs, London Midland &
  • Scottish Railway, 443*
  • Tuplin, W. A., on Natural Frequencies of Torsional Vibration, 582*, 611*
  • Turbine, Gas, for Velox Boiler, 470*
  • — Hydraulic, 10,900-h.p. Escher-Wyss Im
  • pulse, Pykara Hydro-Electric Scheme, 108. See LETTER, 218
  • Francis, 27,500-h.p., Imatra Power Station, 5, 27*
  • Impulse, for Gas-Charged Water (English
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 217*
  • —' — Kaplan, 16,000-h.p., Abborfors Hydro-
  • Electric Station, 5, 27*
  • Kaplan, 5,000-h.p., Hogfors Hydro-
  • Electric Station, 5, 28*
  • -- — 3,430-h.p. Pelton Wheel, Bracinho
  • Hydro-Electric Plant, 248
  • See also Power Plant
  • — Pump. See Purnps, Centrifugal
  • — Steam, Blading for. See Blading
  • — 25,000-kW, Brimsdown Power Station,
  • 719*
  • — — 10,000-kW, Detroit, Performance with
  • Steam at 1,000 deg. F., 23*. 78* Geared, Torsional Vibrations in, 612*
  • — — High-Pressure, for Ships, 700
  • Extraction, 9,000-kW, Bowater’s Mersey
  • Paper Mill, 674*
  • 5,000-kW, Ifor Power Station, Report on
  • Breakdown, 407
  • 50-kW Impulse (W. H. Allen, Sons &
  • Co., Ltd.), 180*
  • 75,000-kW Impulse, Barking- Power Station, 144*
  • Marine, Geared. See Marine Propulsion 1,500-kW Parsons, at Wallsend, 152
  • — — 3,750-kW Pass-Out, Paper Mills Power
  • Station, Dartford, 473*
  • 2,500-kW Super-Pressure, Valley Road
  • Power Station, Bradford, 83*, 111*, 251* 30,000-kW, Valley Road Power Station,
  • Bradford, 83, 251*, 338*
  • — — See also Turbo-Generators; Turbo
  • Alternators
  • — Steamers. See Steamers ; Warships Turbo-Alternators, Cooling of, 15. See LETTERS, 157, 424*
  • 25,000-kVA and 94,000-kVA, Ventilated Rotors for (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 536*
  • — Compressor (G. Bertin), 643*
  • — Electric System, Ship Propulsion. See
  • Marine Propulsion
  • — Generators, 75,000-kW, Barking Power
  • Station, 144*
  • 25,000-kW, Brimsdown Power Station, 719*
  • 10,000-kW, Detroit, Performance with Steam at 1,000 deg. F., 23*, 78*
  • 5,000-kW, Ifor Power Station, Report on Breakdown, 407
  • — — 105,000-kW, Metropolitan-Vickers Elec
  • trical Co., Ltd., 674
  • 3,750-kW, Paper Mills Power Station, Dartford, 473*
  • - Set, 50-kW (W. H. Allen, Sons & Co., Ltd.), 180*
  • 2,500-kW Super-Pressure, Valley Road
  • Power Station, Bradford, 83*, 111*
  • — — 60,000-kW, Townmead Road Power
  • Station, Fulham, 738
  • 30,000-kW, Valley Road Power Station, Bradford, 83, 251*, 338*
  • Turner, D., on Refractories for Metallurgical Research, 280
  • Turner, Prof. W. E. S., on Thermal Expansion of Glass, 244 ; on Soda-Lime-Silica Glass, 288; on Volatilisation from Lithium Oxide-Containing Glasses, 476; Glass Industry of Scandinavia, 476; Thermal Expansion of Soda-Lime-Silica Glasses, 476; on Decolorising of Glass, 551; on Glass Manufacture in Europe, 637 Turning and Boring Mills. See Machine Tools Turret Lathes. See Lathes under Machine Tools Turrinelli Trolley-’Bus, Development of, 430* “ Twickenham Ferry,” Steam Train Ferry, 453* Twist Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools Typing-Telegraph Instrument (Siemens-
  • Schuckert), 687*
  • Tyler, W. H., on Magnesite-Bearing Rocks in
  • Sudan,280
  • Tyres, Pneumatic, Development of, 524
  • — — for Farm Implements, Trials of, 546
  • UHLAND & CO., Potato-Starch Making Machinery, 639*
  • Ulster, Railway Improvements in, 104*
  • Under-Water Explosions, Photographic Records of, 711
  • Underfeed Stoker, Experiments on Temperature Control of, 588*, 656*, 669*
  • Underground Railway, London, Piccadilly Line, 75-in. Aeroto Fan for Tube Ventilation, 92*. See LETTERS, 272*
  • Unemployment. See Labour
  • Union Pacific Railroad, Petrol-Electric Streamlined Train, 509*
  • — Trade. See Labour; Labour Notes
  • United Kingdom Iron and Steel Consumption, 18
  • — — Trade with India, Report, 380 Trade Mission to Poland, 381
  • — States Aircraft Carriers, 385, 387
  • Bureau of Mines, Investigations on Explosibility of Coal Dust, 558 ; Report on Pneumatic Tabling of Coal, 161
  • Bureau of Standards, Fire Protection Tests of Steel Columns with Gypsum, 5
  • Concrete Structures in, 109
  • — — 3,000 h.p. Double Conical Drum Gold-
  • Ore Hoist, 330*
  • Experimental Model Basin, Experiments on Rolling, 106
  • Gas Industry in, 744
  • High-Speed Rail-Cars, 509*, 625
  • National Museum, Annual Report, 692
  • — — Navy Yard, Puget Sound, 250-ton
  • Revolving Crane, 613*, 673*
  • Navy. See also United States under Warships
  • — New England and England, Rainfall
  • Variations in, 611
  • United Kingdom, New York Motor Show, 153 Power Stations, Automatic Combustion
  • Control Systems in, 129*, 134,162
  • — — Progress under National Industrial
  • Recovery Act, 238
  • — — Railways. See Railways ; Railroads Steel-Sheet Manufacture in, 690*, 712,
  • 741*
  • See also America
  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 193; High- Frequency Electric Steel-Melting Plant, Stocksbridge, 455*
  • Universal Grinding Machine. See Grinding
  • Machine under Machine Tools
  • Universe, Expansion of, 3
  • University College, London, Memorial to
  • Trevithick, 459, 493
  • — of Illinois, Memoir on Flame Temperatures
  • in Internal-Combustion Engine Measured by Spectral Line Reversal, 623; Report on Cause and Prevention of Calcium Scale in Steam Boilers, 733; Tests of Locomotive Front-End Model, 69
  • — Johns Hopkins, Investigations on Supersaturated Steam, 303*, 333*
  • — Lehigh, Model Tests, 250-ton Revolving Crane Tower, 615*
  • — Minnesota, Investigations on Heat Transmission through Building Materials, 628
  • — Oxford, Agricultural Engineering Research
  • Institute, Automatic Meter for Field Drains, 77*; Report on Farms and Machines, 545
  • — Toronto, Investigations on Heat Transmission through Building Materials, 628
  • — See also Education
  • Upper Atmosphere. See Atmosphere
  • Uskside Engineering Co., Ltd., Chain-Type Coal Cutter, 259
  • VACUUM Brake. See Brake
  • — Tube. See Rontgen Rays
  • Valency, Chemical, and Atomic Structure, 461.
  • See LETTER, 522
  • Valentine’s Glen, Ireland, .Railway Viaducts across, 104*
  • Valley Road Power Station, Bradford, SuperPressure Steam-Turbine Installation and 30,000-kW Turbo-Generator, 83*, 111*, 251*, 338*
  • Valves, Control, 9,000-kW Steam-Extraction Turbines, 675*
  • — Emergency and Stop, 9,000-kW Steam-
  • Extraction Turbine, 675*
  • — Gear, Poppet Type, for 2-8-2 Type Three-
  • Cylinder Locomotive, 622, 728*
  • — Homogenising, 146*. See Erratum, 265
  • — Magnetic (Magnetic Valve Co., Ltd.), 262
  • — Reducing, for Super-Pressure Steam-Turbine
  • Plant, Bradford, 84*
  • — Seat Wear in Motor-Car Engines, Report,
  • 245*, 306*
  • — Throttle, 30,000-kW Steam Turbine, 338*
  • — and Valve Gear. See also Engines
  • Van Dyck, Dr. W. J. D., on Detonation in Petrol and Diesel Engines, 335. See LETTER,329
  • Vapocarb Hump Method of Steel Hardening, 300 Variable Speed Gear. See Gear; Motor-Car Details
  • Vehicles, Land, Gyroscopic Stabilisation of (Review), 394
  • — Railway, Motion of, on Curved Line (Re
  • view), 505
  • Ventilating and Heating Engineers, Institution of. See Heating
  • Plant, Plenum, Firth-Brown Engineers’ Tool Department, 665*
  • Plant, Radio City, New York, 10*.
  • Ventilation Buildings and Plant, Mersey Road Tunnel, 165*, 311*
  • — of Piccadilly Railway, 75-in. Aeroto Fan for,
  • 92*. See LETTERS, 292*
  • — of Rotors for Turbo-Alternators (British
  • Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 536*
  • — of Turbo-Alternators, 15. See LETTERS,
  • 157, 424*
  • Venturi Meter, Valley Road Power Station,339* Verein Deutscher Drehbankfabriken, Lathes at Leipzig Fair, 411
  • Vertical Lift Bridges. See Bridges
  • Vessels, Glass-Enamelled (R. Jenkins & Co., Ltd.), 262
  • Velox Steam Generating Plants, 431, 469*, 526*, 528. See Erratum, 458
  • Viaducts, Ferro-Concrete, Greenisland Loop Line, County Antrim, 104*
  • — See also Bridges
  • Vibration Stresses, Torsional, of Marine Oil Engines, 167*. See LETTERS, 291, 344*, 400, 496, 578, 684*
  • — Torsional, Calculation of Natural Fre
  • quencies of, 582*, 611*
  • Vice. See Machine Tools
  • Vickers-Armstrongs, Ltd., Launch of H.M.
  • Submarine “Severn,” 95; Launch of H.M. Cruiser “Ajax,” 338; Launch of Portuguese Submarine “Delfim,” 551; Launch of Portuguese. Submarines “ Gol- flnho ” and “ Espadarte,” 685
  • Victoria, Australia, Bucket Excavators at Yallourn Colliery, 508
  • — Pier, St. Helier’s, Jersey, Reconstruction of,
  • 441
  • Villiers Engineering Co., Ltd., 0-5-h.p. Petrol Engine, 181*
  • Viscosity of Pitch, Report, 60
  • Viscous Properties of Eutectics and Soft
  • Metals, 340
  • Vitkovice Mines Steel and Iron Works, Loeffler Boiler Tests, 722*
  • — See also Witkowitz
  • Vogtlandische Maschinenfabrik A.-G., Hydraulic Precision Finishing Machine, 316*
  • Vokes, C. G., Ltd., Panel-Type Air Filter, 194*
  • Vomag Werke, Multi-Spindle Precision Boring Machine, 410*
  • Vulcanising Press, Rubber, 10,000-ton (G. Siempelkamp & Co.), 156*
  • WAGES. See Labour
  • Wagon, Dumping, Automatic (R. White & Sons), 692*
  • Loading Machines, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 531*
  • — Motor. See Motor Vehicles ; Tractors
  • — Railway, Steel, Periodical Overhauling of,
  • 557*
  • — Tipplers, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton
  • Gas Works, 391*
  • Waldram Daylight-Factor Gauge (Everett, Edgcumbe & Co., Ltd.), 278*
  • Waldram, J. M., on Developments in Street Lighting, 99
  • Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd., Ventilation Fans, Mersey Road Tunnel, 166*, 312*
  • Wallis & Steevens, Ltd., Oil-Engined Road Roller, 183* ; Steam Road Roller, 563*
  • Walls, Ferro-Concrete, Swing Bridge across River Weaver, 209*
  • — Heat Transmission through, 628
  • — Quay, Concrete, Port of Mombasa, 373
  • — Retaining, Concrete, Minimum-Section Tra
  • pezoidal, 133
  • Wallsend, Neptune Bank Power Station, Early Parsons Turbo-Generator at, 152
  • Wanderer-Werke, Electro-Hydraulic Automatic Milling Machine, 382*
  • Ward, H. W., & Co., Ltd., 6|-in. Centre Capstan Lathe, 46*
  • Warlop System of Oil-Circuit Bearings, 441*
  • Warren Farm Well, Rottingdean, Sussex, 681

Warships :

  • Aviation, Naval. See Aeronautics
  • French Aircraft Carriers, 387
  • H.M. Aircraft Carriers, Development of, 385, 387
  • — Cruiser “Ajax,” Launch of, 338
  • — Destroyer “ Electra,” Launch of, 349 “ Encounter,” Launch of, 402
  • — — “ Esk,” Launch of, 376 “ Express,” Launch of, 692 “ Fearless,” Launch of, 571
  • — Submarines, Safety Appliances in, 324 “ Salmon,” Launch of, 543 “ Sealion,” Launch of, 377 “ Severn,” Launch of, 95 Italian Battleship “Leonardo da Vinci,” Salvage of, 324
  • — Submarine “ Galileo Galilei,” Launch of, 594
  • Japanese Aircraft Carriers, 387
  • Naval Construction Programme 1933, 156 — Fuel, Coal and Oil Products for, 679 Navy Estimates for 1934, 327
  • Portuguese Sloop “Afonso de Albuquerque,” Launch of, 650
  • — Submarine “ Delflm,” Launch of, 551 “ Golflnho ” and “Espadarte,” Launch of, 685
  • Submarines, Wireless Direction-Finding Equipment for, 401*
  • United States Aircraft Carriers, 385, 387 Battleship “New Mexico,” Automatic Steering Trials, 408
  • Destroyer “ Hamilton,” Trials of, 106
  • — — Navy Yard, Puget Sound, 250-ton
  • Revolving Crane, 613*, 671*
  • See also Naval in PARAGRAPH INDEX Washers, Gas, for Gas Works, 501 Washery, Rheolaveur, Coal-Cleaning and Grading Plant, Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • Washing Plant, Flue-Gas, Brimsdown Power Station, 694*
  • Washington Model Basin, Experiments on Rolling, 106
  • — Puget Sound Navy Yard, 250-ton Revolving
  • Crane, 613*, 671*
  • — University, Investigations on Cleaning of
  • Coal, 161
  • Waste-Heat Boilers in Gas Works, 495, 500*, 555 Water, Acid, Effect on Concrete Dams, 80
  • — Consumption of Engines. See Tests
  • — Deposition on Condenser Tubes, 519
  • — Engineers, Institution of, London Meeting,
  • Law of Flow through Disc-Orifices in Pipe Lines, by A. A. Barnes, 25 ; Discharge of Pipes Lined with Concrete or Bitumen, by
  • A. A. Barnes, 25 ; Practical River Flow Measurement, and its Place in Inland Water Survey, by W. N. McClean, 25 ; Algal Growths and Water Supply, by J. W. Husband, 26; Birkenhead Meeting, Presidential Address, by R. F. Baker, on Water-Supply Problems, 621; Design of Concrete Dams with reference to Deterioration due to Moorland Water, by W. T. Halcrow, 609*, 637*. See 621 ; Pumping of Rural Water Supplies by H. R. Lupton, 621; Preston Aqueduct Tunnels, by
  • E. C. Oakes, 621
  • Water Friction. See Friction ; ? Hydrodynamics ; Ship Resistance
  • — Gas. See Gas
  • — Gauge Fittings, Single-Colour and Two-
  • Colour (Babcock & Wilcox, Ltd.), 187*
  • — Hammer, Theory of (Review), 578
  • — Hardness Tester, Automatic (Elgin Softener
  • Corporation), 331*
  • — Heaters. See Feed-Water Heaters
  • — Heavy, Discovery and Properties of, 464 Properties of, 421
  • — Moorland, Effect on Concrete Dams, 609*,
  • 637*
  • — Pollution Research Board, Annual Report,
  • 196
  • — Power. See Hydraulic; Power Plant;
  • Power, Water; Turbine, Hydraulic
  • — Shortage, Effect of Land Drainage on, 400
  • — Softening for Internal-Combustion Engine
  • Jackets, 536
  • Plant, Paper Mills Power Station, Dartford, 473
  • — Sprinklers, Use for Fires in Ships, 465
  • — and Steam Mixtures, Density of, 420
  • — Storage, Pumped, for Reserve Power, 91, 97.
  • See LETTERS, 131, 157
  • — Supply and Algal Growths, 26
  • — — Inland, River Flow Measurements for, 25 Installation, Emergency, Kilbagie Paper
  • Mill, 549
  • of Kano, Nigeria, 200
  • Legislation, 434
  • National Problem of, 151, 653
  • Pooling of, 151
  • Problems, 621
  • — — Rural, Pumping of, 621
  • — — Warren Farm Well, Rottingdean, 681 See also II'eZ/s
  • — Tanks. See Tanks
  • — Tube Boiler. See Boiler
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic ; Power
  • Plant
  • — Wheels. See Turbine, Hydraulic; Power
  • Plant
  • Waterloo Bridge, Reconstruction of, 406, 681; Demolition of, 736
  • Watertight Layers for Concrete Dams, 80 Waterways. See Rivers; Canals Waterworks, Manchester, Lostock Booster Station, 120*
  • — Swindon, Latton Pumping Station, 647*, 653
  • — See also Water Supply and PARAGRAPH
  • INDEX
  • Watt, J., Original Letter of, 344
  • Watts, S. S., on Flame-Temperatures in Petrol Engine, 362*, 623; on Combustion in Petrol Engine, 743*
  • Waves, Atlantic, Behaviour of Ships among, 435
  • — Making Resistance of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • — Mechanics and Radioactive Bodies, 355*
  • Wear of Nitrogen-Hardened Cast-Iron, Experiments on, 50*
  • Weather, World, and China Rainfall, 345
  • — See also Meteorology
  • Weathering of Concrete Dams, 80
  • Weaver Navigation Trustees, Swing Bridge across River Weaver, 209*, 315*
  • Webo Gemeinschaft Westdeutscher Bohrma- schinenfabriken, Friction-Driven Drilling Machine, 382*
  • Wedges, Supporting, Electrically-Operated, Swing Bridge across River Weaver, 315*
  • Weekes, L. (Luton), Ltd., Watertight Plug and Socket, 664*
  • Weigher, Lorry-Axle Portable (G. Salter & Co., Ltd.), 260*
  • Weighing Apparatus, Oil-Seed Handling Plant, Liverpool, 343*
  • — Machines, Automatic (H. Simon, Ltd.), 229* Tippler, Coke-Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 391*
  • Weight, L., on Machine-Tool Industry, 9
  • Weir, A., & Co., M.S. “ Isipingo,” 144*
  • Weir, J. A., Ltd., Emergency Water-Supply Installation, 549
  • Welded Intercepting Trap for Suction Dredger, 387*
  • — Joints in Steel-Framed Buildings, Investigation on, 566
  • — Steel Cylinder Casing for Locomotive, 551* Welding, Arc, Specification, 422
  • — Set, Electric, Semi-Portable (Parsons Oil
  • Engine Co., Ltd.), 502*
  • — Electric, for Ship Construction, Tests 408
  • — Machine, Butt, Electric (Holden & Hunt),
  • 230*
  • — — Electric, for Tubes (British Insulated
  • Cables, Ltd.), 633*
  • — Metallic Arc, Tests for, 112*
  • — of Railway Rolling Stock, 727
  • — in Ship Construction, Progress of, 297, 700
  • — Structural, Development of, 402
  • Welfare Work. See Labour
  • Well, Warren Farm, Rottingdean, Sussex, 681 Wellman Seaver Rolling Mill Co., Ltd., Seamless-Tube Manufacture by, 87*, 138 Welsh Coal, Temperature of Travelling-Grate Stokers with, 669*
  • Werner, D., on Cement and Concrete, 296
  • West, Dr. E. G., on Copper-Iron-Silicon Alloys, 341
  • West Ham, Domestic Electricity Supply in, 659 West’s Gas Improvement Co., Ltd., Coke- Handling Plant, Beckton Gas Works, 391*, 417*, 531*. See LETTER, 496
  • Western Electric Co., Ltd., High-Speed Kinematograph Camera, 713
  • Westgarth, T., the Late, 172
  • Westgate and Birchington Gas Works, Modernisation of, 744
  • Westinghouse Brake and Saxby Signal Co., Ltd., Copper-Oxide Disc and Plate Rectifiers, 233*; Keepalite Control Panel, 233*
  • Wharf Cranes. See Cranes
  • Wheatcroft, E. L. E., on “ Hopkinson ” Instability in Synchronous Motors, 616, 642*
  • Wheel, Brake, Transportable (Platt Brothers <fc Co., Ltd.), 262
  • — Gear.. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • White Forster Babcock and Wilcox Boiler, Tests of, 106
  • White Metal. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • White-Parsons, G. D., Model of Transportable Bridge, 710
  • White, R., & Sons, Ltd., Aerial Ropeway, Ashington Colliery, 34*; Automatic Dumping Wagon, 692*
  • White’s Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., 2,200-i.h.p. High-Speed Compound Engine with Exhaust Turbine, 347*
  • Whitehaven Tunnel Repairs, London Midland & Scottish Railway, 443*
  • Whitehead, Dr. S., on Telephone Interference, 196
  • Whiting Corporation, Vertical-Spindle Coal Pnlvpriqpr
  • Whiting, W. R. G., on Origin of Tankers, 466 Wichert Truss (Review), 211
  • Wickman, A. C., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 228
  • Wiggins, Teape & Co. (1919), Ltd., Dartford Paper Mills Power Station, 472*
  • Wikner, S. W. A., on Benzole Recovery and Refining, 688
  • Wilkes, A. H., & Co., Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 262
  • Williams, A. E., on Renovation of Insulating Oils, 215* ; Potato-Starch Manufacture, 639*
  • Williams, C„ G., on Valve Seat Wear, 245*, 306*
  • Wilson, E., on Shipbuilding in Relation to Repairs, 126
  • Wilson, E. E., on Intake Silencer Problems, 296
  • Wilson, E. P., on Shipbuilding in Relation to Repairs, 123
  • Wilson, G. H., Light-Distribution Photometer, 711
  • Wilson Line, Position in Mollier Chart, 303*, 333*
  • Wilson, W. K., on Torsional Vibration Stresses of Marine Oil Engines, 167*. See LETTERS, 291, 344*, 400, 496, 578, 684*
  • Winch, Hauling, Three-Drum (Holman Brothers, Ltd.), 661*
  • — Turning, Electrically-Operated, Swing
  • Bridge across River Weaver, 315*
  • Wind Pressures on Buildings, Investigations on, 735*
  • — Tunnels. See Aeronautics
  • Winget, Ltd., Exhibits at British Industries Fair, 263 ; Removal to Rochester, 489
  • Winks, F., on Thermal Expansion of Soda- Lime-Silica Glasses, 476
  • Winn, C., & Co., Ltd., All-Angles Vice Mounting, 236*
  • Winstanley, E. V., on Design of Surface Condensing Plant, 159*, 204*, 275*. See 242, 519. See LETTER, 345
  • Wire Bend-Testing Machine (Bruntons (Musselburgh), Ltd.), 554*
  • — Mounting for Fatigue Tests of, 503*
  • — Ropeway, Coal-Cleaning and Grading Plant,
  • Ashington Colliery, 34*
  • - — Ore-Loading, Shako, Korea, 539*
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • — Telephony. See Telephony
  • Wiring, Electrical, Steel Conduits and Fittings for, Specification, 416
  • Withey, W. H., on Preparation of Sodium Carbonate, 637
  • Witkowitz, Iron and Steel Works, Czechoslovakia, Researches on Blast-Furnace Gas Dust, 579
  • — See also Vitkovice
  • Wohler’s Tests. See Alternating Stress under Tests (Materials)
  • Wolf, S. & Co., Ltd., Bench Grinder, 263* ; Grinder for Lathe Mounting, 263*
  • Wolman, Dr. K. H., on Wood Preservation with Salts, 697
  • Wood Preservation with Water-Insoluble Salts, 697
  • Wood Radiant-Heat Boilers, Brimsdown Power Station, 641*, 693*
  • — Refuse as Boiler Fuel, 53
  • Wood, W. H. J., Barking Power Station, 143* Woodall-Duckham Companies, Research Section, Tests for Refractory Materials, 280
  • Chamber • Ovens, Production of Solid Smokeless Fuel, 744
  • Wooden Poles, Preservation of, Report, 550* Woodworking Machinery. See Machine Tools Wool Industries Research Association, Tension Leveller and Tension Applier, 44
  • Woolwich Arsenal, 75-h.p. Oil-Driven Shunting Locomotive, 510
  • Workman Clark (1928), Ltd., M.S. “ Isipingo,” 144*
  • Workmen. See Labour

Works :

  • Engineers’ Tool Department, T. Firth &
  • J. Brown, Ltd., 665*, 710
  • Industrial Diseases. See Labour Soci6t6 Anonyme Andre Citroen, 726 Soci6t6 FranQaise Hispano-Suiza, 726 Socifite des Usines Renault, 726 Steelworks, Russian, 300-ton Overhead Travelling Crane for, 483*
  • — Utilisation of Coke-Oven Gas in, 574 Stocksbridge Works, S. Fox & Co., Ltd., Electric Steel-Melting Shop, 455*
  • Welfare Movement in Works. See Labour Winget, Ltd., Removal to Rochester, 489 Works Management, Conference on Foreman- ship, or Factory Supervision, 131
  • Education (Review), 451
  • Engineering Shop Practice (Review), 590 Incentives in Repetitive Work, Report, 592
  • — — Office Administration for Manufacturers
  • (Review), 394
  • Workshop Organisation and Management, 547, 629. See LETTERS, 605, 632
  • Workshop Training. See Apprenticeship ; Edweaiion
  • — See also Works ; Machine Tools
  • — Organisation and Management, 547, 629.
  • See LETTERS, 605, 632
  • — Processes, Technical Measurements for
  • (Review), 394
  • World Climate during Quaternary Period, 728
  • — Weather and China Rainfall, 345 Worthington, E., the Late, 130 Wreck Raising. See Salvage Wrightson-Ringquist Anti-Coal-Breaker, 485* Writing-Telegraph Service, Public, German
  • Post Office, 687*
  • Wrought Iron. See Iron
  • Wye Storage Reservoir, Severn Barrage Scheme, 91, 97. See LETTERS, 131, 157
  • X-RAYS. See Rbntgen Rays
  • Y-ALLOY Forgings, Specification, 697
  • Yallourn Colliery, Victoria, Australia, Bucket Excavators at, 508
  • Yarrow & Co., Ltd., Boilers for Train Ferry, “ Twickenham Ferry,” 453*
  • Yates, M. L., on Compulsory Continued Education, 389
  • Year Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Yellott, J. I., Junr., on Supersaturated Steam, 303*, 333*
  • Yorkshire Coal, Temperature of Travelling- Grate Stokers with, 657*, 669
  • Young, A. P., on Selection and Training of Foremen, 131
  • Young, Professor E. G., on Tests of Locomotive Front-End Model, 69
  • Young’s Modulus. See Elastic Modulus
  • ZINC Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Acetate and Arsenious Acid for Wood
  • Preservation, 697
  • — Prices. See Metal-Price Diagrams

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