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1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index
1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index
1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index
1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index
1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index
1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index
1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index
1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index
1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index
1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index
1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index
1946 Jul-Dec: Index: General Index

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering 1946 Jul-Dec: Index

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

  • ABERAYRON & District Electricity Supply & Power Co., Ltd., Operations of, 176*, 199*
  • Abercrombie, Sir P., Plan for Kingston-upon- Hull, 518
  • Abinger Observatory, Work of, 203, 316
  • Abrasive Industries Association, Standardisation of Grinding-Wheel Markings, 269

Accidents :

  • Accidents from Electrical. Machinery, Prevention of, 494
  • Electrical Accidents in Factories, Annual Report, 301
  • Industrial Explosions, Prevention of, 476 Locomotive Failures on Southern Railway, 414
  • Railway Accidents in 1945, Report, 157
  • Accles & Pollock, Ltd., “ Silentgrip ” Box-Spanner Wrenches, 33*
  • Acoustics, Theory of Sound Waves, (Review), 267
  • Acetylene, Production of Carbon Black from, 54, 76
  • —- Welding See Welding
  • Adam, H. D., Liner-Wear and Crankshaft Alignment Indicator, 512*. See LETTER, 568
  • Adams, M. H., Kearsley Power Station Extensions, 402
  • Addison, H., on Nile Flood of 1946, 568. See 424. See LETTER, 496
  • Address, Presidential. See PresitZenZiaZ Ad- dress
  • Aden, Port of, Report, 380
  • Admiralty Chemical Advisory Panel, Fire- Fighting Trials on Magnesium-Base Alloys, 481*
  • — See also Warships
  • Advisory Council, Engineering, to Ministry of Supply, Formation of, 616
  • Aerial Navigation. See Aeronautics
  • — Transport. See Aeronautics Aerodynamics. See Aeronaidics Aeronautical Society, Royal, Wilbur Wright
  • Lecture on Aeronautical Developments, by E. F. Relf, 188*, 214*; Aircraft Propulsion, by F. M. Green and J. E. Wallington,
  • 543. See 570, 593

Aeronautics :

  • Aerodromes, Fog Dispersal at, Investigation on, 567
  • — Lighting, British Standard Guide to,538 Aeronautical Developments, Recent, 188*, 214*
  • Aeronautics, College of, Cranfield, Opening', of, 63
  • Aeroplane, Avro “ Lancastrian,” with Merlin and Nene Engines, 282*
  • — Avro “ Tudor I,” Tests of 'Pressure- Controlled Cabin (A. V. Roe & Co., Ltd.), 7*
  • — Civil Transport, “ Marathon ” (Miles Aircraft, Ltd.), 258*
  • — de Havilland D.H. 108, Loss of, 327 —• Design, Developments in, 188*, 214* — Fairey “ Firefly ” Mk. IV, Tropical
  • Tests of, 436
  •  ?— Fighter, Gloster-Meteor, Air Speed Record by, 256
  • — 10/44 Fighter, with Nene Jet Engine
  • (Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd. Aircraft Section), 282*
  • — Passenger, de Havilland " Dove,” 162*
  • — “Swordfish” Torpedo Bomber (Review), 5
  • — Tailless, with Goblin Jet Engine (de Havilland Aircraft, Ltd.), 282*
  • Jet-Propelled (Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd.), 591
  • — Training, Fairey " Firefly,” 396 Air-Raid Damage, Hull Electricity Department, 135
  • Effects on Southern Railway, 454
  • — — Unexploded Bomb Disposal, Re
  • search Applied to, 495
  • — Speed Record by Gloster-Meteor Jet-Propelled Aeroplane, 256
  • — Transport, Influence on London Plan, 405
  • Aircraft for Argentina, 460
  • — Carriers, H.M., 1914-18,17,27, 49*, 97*
  • — Construction in Scotland, 401
  • — Engineer’s " C ” Licence (Review), 147
  • — Naval, 1914-18, Types of17, 28,49*,97* — Propulsion, Future of, 543, 570, 593
  • — 20-W Rotary Transformer for (English Electric Co;, Ltd.), 246
  • — Salvage, Inflatable Fabric Cells for, 322*
  • — United States, Instrument-Landing System for, 295
  • Airport, London, Road and Rail Transport Connections, 405
  • — United States, in Azores, 289*
  • Avro “ Lancastrian,” with Merlin and Nene Engines, 282*
  • Avro “ Tudor I ” Aeroplane, Pressure-Controlled Cabin, 7*
  • Bomb, Atomic, Experiments at Bikini Atoll, 13, 87
  • Aeronautics—continued.
  • British Aircraft Constructors, Society of, Flying Display and Exhibition, 282*
  • — Corporation Register of Shipping and Aircraft, Annual Report, 255.
  • —Overseas Airways Corporation, Annual Report, 269
  • Cierva Autogiro Co., Ltd., Helicopter for Spraying Crops, 65 ; W9 Helicopter, 283*
  • Civil Aviation, British, and Argentine, 29 and Export Trade (Review), 460 r International Co-operation in, 304 Organisation, Provisional International, Visit to Great Britain, 254 Radio Aids to, 254 de Havilland “ D.H. 108 ” Jet-Propelled Aeroplane, 327
  • de Havilland Tailless Aircraft with Goblin Jet Engine, 282*
  • “ Derwent I” Jet Aircraft Engine, Reliability of, 394
  • “ Derwent V ” Gas-Turbine Engine (Rolls- Royce Ltd.), 224*
  • “ Dove” Passenger Aeroplane, 162* Engine, Aeroplane, Air-Filters for, 399 Developments in, 215
  • — — Gas-Turbine Developments by Rolls-
  • Royce Ltd., 224*, 247*. See Errata, 557
  • — Internal-Combustion Turbine, 208 —- — Jet, “ Derwent I ” Rolls-Royce, Reliability of, 394
  • — ?— Jet, “ Derwent V ” • Rolls-Royce,
  • 224*
  • Jet. See also Turbine, Gas
  • — — “ Theseus I ” Propeller Gas-Turbine
  • (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 367*
  • — — Twelve-Cylinder “ Merlin 620 ”
  • (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 117
  • Types, Future of, 543, 570, 593 “Firefly” Aeroplane, Mk. IV., Tropical Tests of, 436 ; High-Speed Training Aircraft, 396
  • Flying Boat, Fighter, Jet-Propelled (Saunders-Roe, Ltd.), 466
  • — —-“Walrus,” for Whale-Oil Factory
  • Ship " Balaena,” 393*
  • Fuel Gauge, “ Pacitor,” for Aircraft (Simmonds Aerocessories, Ltd.), 31* Gas Turbines and Jet Propulsion for Aircraft (Review), 268
  • — — See also Turbine, Gas
  • Glider, Tailless, A.W. 52 G (Sir W. G. Armstrong Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd.), 283*
  • Gloster-Meteor Jet-Propelled Aeroplane, Air-Speed Record by, 256
  • Gun Turret, Aircraft, Amplidyne Electrical Set for, 105*
  • Helicopter Association of Great Britain, Ltd., Historical Review of Helicopter Development, by Group Captain R. N. Liptrot, 375
  • — W9 (Cierva Autogiro Co., Ltd.), 283*
  • — built in 1905 (W. Denny & Brothers,
  • Ltd.), 401
  • — for Spraying Crops, 65
  • Jet Flight (Review), 76
  • " Marathon ” Civil-Transport Aeroplane, 258*
  • “Merlin 620” 1,165-b.h.p., 12-cylinder Aero Engine, 117
  • Naval Flying, Early, Recollections of, 17, 27, 49*, 97*
  • Navigation, Aerial, Civil Aviation, Radio Aids to, 254
  • Nene Gas-Turbine Engine (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 225, 247*. See Errata, 557 ; for “ AW 52 ” Tailless Aircraft, 591
  • Northern Heights Model Flying Club, Meeting at Langley Aerodrome, 15
  • Royal Air Force, Kidbrooke Depot, Civilian Industries at, 203
  • — Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough, Display of Aircraft at, 15 ; Investigation on Corrosion of Light-Alloy Rivets, 307
  • Saunders-Roe Jet-Propelled Flying Boat, 466
  • “ Swordfish ” Saga, Torpedo-Bomber Aeroplane, (Review), 5
  • “ Theseus I ” Propeller Gas-Turbine Aero Engine, 367*
  • Trent Gas-Turbine Engine (Rolls-Royce Ltd.), 249*
  • “ Walrus ” Flying Boats, for Whale-Oil Factory Ship “ Balaena,” 393*
  • Welland Gas-Turbine Engine (Rolls- Royce Ltd.), 224*
  • Wind-Tunnel Experiments, Effect on Aeronautical Developments, 188,214*
  • Wing, Aeroplane, Laminar Flow, 188* See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Afforestation and Soil Conservation in Canada, 223
  • Ageing of Aluminium Alloy Containing 4 per cent. Copper, 306
  • Agreements, Labour. See Labour Agricultural Advisory Service, National, Inauguration of, 399
  • — Hall. See EzAi&ition
  • Agricultural Machinery, Market for, 230
  • — Pests, Chemical Destruction of, Demonstration 65
  • — Purposes, Application of Steam Power to,
  • 591
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Agriculture and Soil Conservation in Canada, 223
  • — See also Irrigation and PARAGRAPH INDEX Air, Compressed. See Pneumatic
  • — Compressor, Centrifugal, for Aircraft Jet-
  • Propulsion Engine, 247*. See Errata, 557 Free Piston Type, 567, 617
  • — — for Gas Turbines, Researches by Sulzer
  • Brothers, Ltd., 69*, 117*
  • Index of European Patents for (Review), 196
  • Indicator Diagram from, 364*
  • for Internal-Combustion Turbines, 208
  • — — Portable (Hymatic Engineering Co., Ltd.)
  • 309*
  • for Propeller Gas-Turbine Aero Engine (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 367*
  • — Conditioning by Heat Pump, 557
  • — — in United States Warships, 439
  • — Filters for Internal-Combustion Engines, 399
  • — Force, Royal See Aeronautics
  • — Pollution. See Atmospheric Pollution
  • — Power Transmission System for Motorships,
  • 583*
  • —- Pressure-Controlled Aeroplane Cabin, 7*
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • — Raids. See Aeranawtics
  • — See also Atmosphere
  • Aircraft. See Aeronautics
  • — Carriers. See Aeronautics
  • — Establishment, Royal. See Aeronautics Akaba, Gulf of, H.M.S. “ Minerva ” in, 74* Alabama Power Co., Underground Coal-Gasification Experiments, 558
  • Alaska Highway, Agreement on, 110
  • Alexander, Dr. W. O., on Copper-Nickel-Man- ganese Alloys, 330
  • Alfa-Laval Co., Ltd., Automatic Self-Cleaning Filter, 488*
  • Allan, A., on Extinction of Arcs in Air-Blast Circuit Breakers, 469
  • Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co., Coal-Burning Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 462
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy; Microphotographs; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Allsop, G., on Safety of Electrical Apparatus, 462
  • Alternating Stress. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • Alternators. See Generators, Electric ; Turbo- Generators
  • Aluminium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • Amer, D. F., on Extinction of Arcs in Air-Blast Circuit Breakers, 469
  • America. See North America; South America ; United States
  • American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers. See Mining
  • — Navy. See United States under Warships American Rolling Mill Co., “ Hipersil ” Transformer Iron, 53
  • — See also United States
  • Amino Plastics, Synthetic Materials for (Review), 171
  • Synthetic-Resin Moulding Materials, Specification, 250
  • Ammunition, Elements of (Review), 556
  • Amplidyne Electrical Control System (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 103*
  • Amplifier, 1,000-Watt (Philips Lamps, Ltd.), 34
  • Analysis, Carbon and Sulphur in Steel, by “ Conductometric ” Method, 425
  • — Chemical, of Leathers, Specification, 202
  • Anderson, Lt.-Col. H. H., on Efficiency and Cavitation of Fluid Machines, 334*
  • Andrade, Prof. E. N. da C., on Sir Isaac Newton, 62
  • Andrew, Prof. J. H., on Removal of Hydrogen from Steel, 545
  • Andrew, R. P., on Effect of Rate of Strain on Mild Steel, 171*. See LETTERS, 304*, 376
  • Angles, Pipe-Bend, Formulae for Calculation of, 400*
  • Anglo-Argentine Trade Agreement, 367
  • — Belgian Trade, Conference on, 127
  • —- Brazilian Trade Agreement, 367
  • Annealing. See heat Treatment under flfetoZ- lurgy
  • Annuals and Reference Books, 6,120,161,216, 239, 281, 503, 623. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Anson, B. O., the Late, 160
  • Antarctic Expedition. United States Navy, 558
  • Antimony, Effect on Brass, 281
  • Apparatus for Determining Poisson’s Ratio, 52*
  • — Electrical, Intrinsic Safety of, Report on,
  • 462
  • — Hydrographical, Developments in, 313*
  • Applied Mechanics, Sixth International Congress for, Paris. Report of Proceedings, 398; Plastic Strain in Isotropic Strain- Hardening Material, by Prof. H. W. Swift, 381*. See 398
  • Appointments. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Apprenticeship. See .Education
  • Arc. See Welding
  • Archimedean Screw, Discharge Tests on, 309* Architects and Builders, Heating and Ventilating for (Review), 76
  • — Naval. See Naval Architects
  • Argentina, Engineering Notes from, 29, 150, 257, 367, 460, 618
  • —Water Power in (Review), 51
  • Argentine Railways, Future of, 29
  • Armament Research Department, Investigation on Antimonial Brass, 281
  • Armour Plate, Roller Levelling Machines for (Head, Wrightson & Co., Ltd.), 56*
  • Armoured Ships. See Warships
  • Armstrong, Whitworth Aircraft, Ltd., “ A.W. 52 G.” Tailless Glider, 283* ; Jet-Engined Tailless Aeroplane, 591
  • Army Electrical and Mechanical Equipment, Inspection of, 591
  • Arnold, D. V., on Filing and Indexing, 424. See 365, 423
  • Arran, Isle of, Electricity Supply Scheme, 159 Arts, Royal Society of, Colloidal Carbon, by
  • Major W. H. Cadman, 54, 76; Fog Dispersal, by A. C. Hartley, 567
  • Arterial Roads. See Roads
  • Asbridge, H. H., the Late, 88
  • Association, British. See British Association
  • — Engineering. See Institutions
  • Astronomer Royal’s Annual Report, 293, 316 Aswan Reservoir and Nile Flood of 1946, 424.
  • See LETTERS, 496, 568
  • Atlantic Liners. See Ships ; Steamers Atmosphere, Gaseous, for Carburising Mild and High-Carbon Steel, 260*, 285*
  • —- Inert, Effect on Fatigue Tests of Copper and Brass, 197, 330
  • Atmospheric Pollution and Fuel Problem, 222 from Power Stations, 135
  • Atomic Bomb Experiments at Bikini Atoll, 13, 87
  • — Energy, International Control of, 423
  • — — Research Laboratories, United States, 558 Utilisation of, 199
  • and World Power, Impact on International Relations (Review), 101
  • — Particles and Light Quanta, 478*, 502*. See
  • Errata, 536
  • •— Structure and Transmutation, 406*, 429* Aughtie, Dr. F., on Electric Resistance Wire Strain Gauges, 280. See 121*
  • Augmentor, Circulation, for Marine Water- Tube Boiler, 472, 498, 521, 548*, 575*. See LETTER, 592*
  • Australia, Institution of Engineers, Australian Water Resources, by J. D. Lang, 174
  • —- Voltage Standardisation in, 256
  • Australian Water Resources, 174
  • Automatic Signalling. See SignaZZing Automobile Engineers, Institution of, Quadra- . genary Celebrations, 39; Amalgamation with Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 113
  • — See Motor Cars
  • Automotive Engineers, Society of, Report on Effects of Torsional Vibration, 88. See Errata, 107
  • Automotive Products, Co., Ltd., Hydraulic Equipment for " Fork-Lift ” Industrial Truck, 560*; Lockheed Hydraulic Remote-Control Boiler Damper Gear, 608* Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Marine Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Avro “ Lancastrian ” with Merlin and Nene Engines, 282*
  • Avro “ Tudor I ” Aeroplane, Pressure-Controlled Cabin, 7*
  • Axleboxes, Wear of, Southern Railway, 414*
  • Ayre, Sir A. L., on Memorial to Marine Engineers, 113 ; on Review of Ship Propulsion, 271, 294
  • Azimuthal Equidistant Projection Chart of World, 202
  • Azores, Santa Maria United States Airport, 289*
  • BABCOCK & WILCOX, LTD., Boiler Plant for Kearsley Power Station, 402; High- Head Boilers, Lockheed Hydraulic Remote-Control Gear for Dampers, 608*
  • Bacon, J. E., on Information Office, 352. See 278
  • Bacteriology, Water, with Special Reference to Sanitary Water Analysis (Review), 221
  • Bailey Bridge, Evolution during War, 245
  • Baker, Prof. J. F., on Rate of Strain of Mild Steel, 376. See 171*. See LETTER, 304*
  • Baker, R., on Some of the Ships of the Invasion Fleet, 401
  • “ Balaena,” S.S., Whale-Oil Factory Ship, 393*
  • Baldwin, T., on Temperature Strains in Structural Members, 265*
  • Barron, S. L., on History of British Scientific Instrument Industry, 113,127
  • Bascule Bridge. See Bridge
  • Baths, Cast-Iron, Specification, 274 —Ferrous Traps for, Specification, 82
  • “ Bathori,” S.S., Sinking of, 74
  • Batt, W. L., on Unification of Screw-Thread Practice, 254
  • Batteries. See Cell under Electric
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Baud, R. V., on Magnetism and Testing of Materials, 41*. See LETTER, 112.
  • Baulk, R. H., on Heat-Flow Meter for Use in Furnaces, 497
  • Beam, Shoe, Steel, for Electric Rolling Stock, 185*
  • — Wide-Flange, in Longitudinal Bending, 603* Bearings for Electricity-Supply Meters, 441
  • — Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Silicide-Hardened Copper Compacts for, 126 Beaufoy, L. A., on Periodicals in Reference
  • Libraries, 448
  • Bedford-Bletchley Railway, Centenary of, 471
  • Bedford, Dr. T., Instructions on Environmental Warmth and its Measurement, 38
  • Beenham's Heath Pumping Station, Reading, 53
  • Belgian Trade with England, Conference, 127 Belgium, Electricity Supply in, 449. See Erratum, 467
  • Bell, Henry, Model of S.S. “ Comet,” 449*
  • Bench, C. E., Automatic Pneumatic-Indexing Drilling Jig, 440*
  • Bending Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Benson, L. E., on Internal Stresses in Heat-
  • Treated Aluminium Alloy, 463. See 306 B.F.B. Cast-Steel Locomotive Wheels, 44* Bikini Atoll, Atomic Bomb Experiments at, 13 87
  • Bilge Keels of H.M.S. " Greyhound,” Effect of, 355, 454
  • Binary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Binns, A., the Late, 15, 40*
  • Bird, Sir J., the Late, 207
  • Birmingham City Electric Supply Department, Annual Accounts, 87 /
  • Birmingham and Midland Omnibus Co., Ltd., 100-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Oil Engine for Omnibus, 465*
  • Bituminous Coal Research, Inc., Coal-Burning Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 462
  • Black, Carbon, Properties, Production and Application of, 54, 76
  • Blading for Gas Turbine, 118*
  • — Internal-Combustion Turbine, 208
  • Blair, J. 8., on Reinforcement of Branch Pieces, 1*, 217*, 508*, 529*, 553*, 577*, 605*. See Erratum, 562
  • Blowers, Index of European Patents for (Review), 196
  • — and Pumps, Centrifugal, Theory of, 16* Board of Trade, Cumberland Development
  • Area, 135 ; Statistics of Trade Bill, 567 Boat, Flying. See Aeronautics
  • — Motor. See Motor Boat
  • Bogies for Southern Railway Locomotives, 45*
  • — See also Trucks
  • Boiler Coverings. See Heat Insulation
  • — Dampers, Lockheed Hydraulic Remote-
  • Control Gear for, 608*
  • — Feed Pump. See Pump
  • Water. See Feed, and Water
  • Water Softening. See Water Softening
  • — Future of Pulverised-Coal Firing for, 615
  • — High-Pressure, Portobello Power Station,
  • 164
  • — Locomotive, Scale Deposition in, 414*
  • — Marine, H.M.S. “ Minerva,” Trials of, 73
  • — Non-Ferrous Metal Pipes for, Specification,
  • 226
  • — Plants and Atmospheric Pollution, 222 Kearsley Power Station Extensions, 402
  • — Water-Tube, Marine, Feed-Distribution and
  • Hunting in, 472, 498, 521, 548*, 573*. See LETTER, 592*
  • Tube, for Transportable Power Station (International Combustion, Ltd.), 270*
  • — See also Engines' and Boilers In PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Boissier, J. S., the Late, 160
  • Bolivia, Engineering Notes from, 29
  • Bolsover Mission to Caribbean Oilfields, 155 Bolts and Nuts, Black, Specification, 586
  • — Driving Machine. See Machine Tools Bomb, Atomic, Experiments at Bikini Atoll,
  • 13, 87
  • — Disposal, Research Applied to, 495
  • — V-2 Rocket, Tests in New Mexico, 193* Bombing Aeroplane. See Aeroplane and Aeronautics
  • Bond Street, London, Fluorescent Lamp Installation, 526*
  • Bonded-Paper Sheet, Synthetic-Resin, Specification, 418
  • Bonus System. See Labour
  • Books, New, Notes on, 24, 43, 95,144,187, 210, 285, 309, 452, 477, 501, 548, 573. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • — Received, 10, 34, 58, 82, 106, 130, 154, 178,
  • 202, 226, 250, 274, 298, 322, 346, 370, 394, 418, 442, 466, 490, 514, 538, 562, 586, 610
  • Booker, Dr. H. G., on Wave Propagation and Impedance Concept, 547
  • Boring Machines. See Machine Tools Boron Atom Bombarded by Proton, 430* Boustead, J. C., on Railway Gauge Act, 1846, 280. See 160. See LETTERS, 208, 353
  • Boyce Trade Mission to China, 137
  • Boyd, G. M., on Effective Flange Width of Stiffened Plating in LongitudinaLBending, 603*
  • Brailsford, Dr. F., on Condenser-Discharge Magnetiser for Permanent Magnets, 145* Brakes, Continuous, for Railway Wagons, 593 Branch Pieces, Reinforcement of, 1*, 217*, 508*, 529*, 553*, 577*. 605*. See Erratum, 562 Brass, Antimonial, Investigation on, 281
  • — Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • — Effect of Inert Atmospheres in Fatigue
  • Tests on, 197, 330
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • Brazil, Engineering Notes from, 29, 150, 257, 367, 461, 619
  • — Railway Rolling-Stock Construction in, 619 Breakdowns. See Accidents
  • Bridge, Bailey, Evolution During War, 245
  • — Bascule, Skew, Over Gowanus Canal,
  • Brooklyn, 25*
  • — Laying Equipment, Scissors, for Military
  • Tanks, 455*
  • — Railway, Over Tennessee River, Raising of,
  • Bridges and Roads, Canadian, Report on, 335
  • — Skew, 60-ft. Plate Girder, Metropolitan
  • Railway, Reconstruction of, 451*
  • — Suspension, Over River Humber, Proposed,
  • 518
  • — Timber- Trestle. Railway, Over Tennessee
  • River, 457*
  • — Welded, Steel Tubular (Stewarts and Lloyds,
  • Ltd.), 391*
  • Bridgen, C. W., the Late, 514
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., " Theseus I ”
  • Propeller Gas-Turbine Aero Engine, 367* “ Britain-Can-Make-It ” Exhibition, 87,303,443 British Aluminium Co., Ltd., 2,870-kVA Amplidyne Controlled Motor, 104* ; Acquisition of Falkirk Rolling Mills, 203 ; Research Laboratories, Application of Thermodynamic Principles to Liquidus Surfaces of Alloys, 306

British Association:

  • Engineering Section and Social and International Relations of Science Division :
  • Conference on London Traffic and the London Plan :
  • Reports of Proceedings, 255, 277
  • Underground Railways and London Planning, by J. 0. Martin, 318. See 278. See LETTER, 353
  • Sub-Surface Works and London Traffic Plan, by H. F. Cronin, 342. See 278
  • Railways and Replanning of London, by V. A. M. Robertson, 294. See 278. See LETTER, 353
  • Air Transport and London Plan, by
  • E. C. Shepherd, 405
  • British Brown-Boveri, Ltd., 2,500-h.p. Gas-
  • Turbine Locomotive, 523
  • — Cast Iron Research Association, Silver-Jubilee Luncheon, 591 ; Presidential Address, by Dr. H. Hartley, on Recent Developments in Cast Iron Research, 595
  • — Coal Utilisation Research Association, on
  • Port Design in Open-Hearth Furnace, 486, 497; Luncheon, 592
  • — Corporation Register of Shipping and Air
  • craft, Annual Report and War Years in Retrospect, 255
  • — Electrical and Allied Industries Research
  • Association, Reports on Electrical Faults, 87 ; Report on Cracking of Molybdenum- Steel Steam Piping, 209; Report on Electricity Supply for Arc-Welding Plant, by R. Neumann, 446
  • Development Association, Report on Electricity Supply in Textile Industry, 177
  • — Engineers* Association, Future Trading
  • Conditions in World’s Markets, by C. P. Lister, 279
  • — Foundrymen, Institute of, Report on Basic
  • Cupola, 19; Report on Determination of ** Gas Content ” of Sand Cores, 29: Williams Lecture on Castings and Weldings, by Sir C. D. Gibb, 93*. See 85. See LETTERS, 112, 136
  • — and German Fighting Vehicles, Exhibition
  • of, 67
  • — Industrial Property in Enemy Countries,
  • Suggestions for Dealing with, 150
  • — Industries, Federation of. See Federation British Insulated Callenders’ Cables, Ltd.,
  • 132-kV Impregnated Pressure Cable, 607*
  • — Investigation of German Industries, Exhibi
  • tion, 557
  • — Iron and Steel Research Association, State
  • ment on Research in Iron and Steel Industry, 426*
  • British Motor Boat Manufacturing Co., 'Ltd., ** Mariner ” Inboard Propulsion Unit, 537*
  • — Navy. See H.M. under Warships
  • — Non-Ferrous Metals Federation, Annual
  • Report, 7
  • Ferrous Metals Research Association, on Hot-Tearing of Aluminium Alloys, 305; on Capillary Flow in Soldering Process, 329; Work on Metal-Finishing Processes, 572
  • — Overseas Airways Corporation, Annual
  • Report, 269
  • — Railways. See Railways
  • — Road Federation, on Basic Road Statistics,
  • 231
  • — Scientific Instrument Industry, History of,
  • 113,127
  • — Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • — Shipping. See Shipping
  • — Standards Institution. See Standards
  • — Steel Founders’ Association, on Design of
  • Steel Castings, 255
  • British Thermostat Co., Ltd., Electrical Resistance Wire Strain Gauges, 121*. See LETTER,280
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., Exhibition of Electronic Equipment, 68; Amplidyne Electrical Control System, 103*; Sixty Years of Progress (Review), 124; 52,000- kW Turbo-Generator, 402; Fluorescent Lamp Installation in Old Bond Street, London,526*
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • — Welding Research Association, Report on
  • Gas Welding of Magnesium Alloys, 231;
  • Control by Welding Research Board, 566
  • — Zone of Germany, Steelworks1 in, Output
  • Capacity, 439
  • Britton, S. E., the Late, 40
  • Broaching Machine. See Machine Tools Bronze, Tin-Aluminium, Resistance to Corrosion by Sea Water, 270, 329
  • Brooklyn, New York, Bascule Bridge over Gowanus Canal, 25*
  • Brotherhood, P., Ltd., Metering and Proportioning Pump, 417*
  • Brown Brothers and Co., Ltd., Aircraft Catapult for S.S. “ Balaena,” 393*
  • Brown, J., & Co., Ltd., S.S." Queen Elizabeth,” Maiden Voyage as Passenger Liner, 379*
  • Brunel, I. K., and Broad-Gauge Railway Track, Great Western Railway, 161. See LETTERS, 208, 280, 353
  • Brush Coachwork, Ltd., 40-Seater Omnibus with All-Metal Body, 465*
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd., Substation Switchgear, 126*
  • B. T. H. Reminiscences: Sixty Y ears of Progress (Review), 124
  • Builders and Architects, Heating and Ventilating for (Review), 76
  • Building and Civil Engineering Contractors, Registration of, 231
  • — Construction, Federation of Associations of
  • Specialists and Sub-Contractors, Annual Luncheon, 519
  • See also Concrete, Reinforced, and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Building an Engineering Career (Review), 134
  • — Geometry (Review), 146
  • — Insulation (Review), 146
  • — Law, London (Review), 484
  • — Reinforced Concrete in, Specification, 34
  • Bulleid, O. V. S., on “ Merchant Navy ” Class Locomotives for Southern Railway, 21*, 44*. See LETTER, 112*; on Mechanical Engineering on Southern Railway, 413*, 454*. See 309
  • Bureau of Mines. See United States
  • — North-Eastern Engineering, Work of, 328
  • — of Standards. See United States
  • Burnan, W., on Machining of Stainless Steels, 526*
  • Burness, T. P. N., on Design and Machinery,327
  • CABIN, Aeroplane, Pressure-Controlled, 7* Cables. See Electric
  • Cadman, Major W. H., on Colloidal Carbon, 54, 76
  • Calculus and Analytical Geometry (Review),196
  • — Differential and Integral (Review), 603 Calderwood, J.,1 on Researches on Internal-
  • Combustion Prime Movers, 69*, 117*
  • Callender, Sir G. A. R., the Late, 472 Cambridge University, Experiments on Effect of Rate of Strain on Mild Steel, 171*. See LETTERS, 304*, 376
  • “ Campania,” H,M. Aircraft Carrier, 17,27, 49, 97
  • Canada and Alaska Highway, 110
  • — Electricity. Consumption in, 374 Supply in, 449. See Erratum, 467
  • — Engineering Markets in, 151
  • — Lignite Production and Utilisation in, 588
  • — Optical Glass Manufacture in, 327, 343
  • — Soil Conservation in, 223
  • Canadian Roads and Bridges, Report on, 335
  • — Standards Association. See Standards
  • — Water-Power Resources, Development of, 64 Canals, British, Effect of Transport Bill, 541
  • — Gowanus, Brooklyn, Skew Buscule Bridge
  • over, 25*
  • — Irrigation, for Transjordan, 242*
  • — Panama, Annual Reports, 462
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Canvin, S. D., Ruchazie Reservoir, 3.07 Capacity of Traffic Lane, 433.* See Erratum, 475. See LETTERS, 544, 592
  • Capillary Flow in Soldering Process, 329 Capitalisation of Technical Performance, Principles Involved, 302
  • Cars, Motor. See Motor Cars
  • Carbon, Colloidal, Properties, Production and Application of, 54, 76
  • — Compounds for Dielectrics, 427. See
  • Erratum, 463
  • — Dioxide Indicator and Recorder " Pyrorex ”
  • (Dufty Engineering Co., Ltd.), 512*
  • Carburisation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Cardiff, Welsh Industries Fair, 319
  • Cardigan Transformer Substation, 199*
  • Cargo Fleet Iron Co., Ltd., 12,000-h.p. Rolling- Mill Motor with Amplidyne Control System, 104*
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • Caribbean Oilfields, Technical Mission to, 155 Carmarthen Electric Supply Co., Ltd., Operation of, 176*, 199*
  • —? Transformer Substation, 199* Carnegie, Sir F., the Late, 136 Carpentry (Review), 4
  • Carriages, Railway, Building and Repair by Southern Railway, 413*, 454*
  • — — Electric, Steel Shoe Beam for, 185*
  • for Royal Train, London Midland & Scottish Railway, 212*
  • for Royal Train for South Africa (Metropolitan- Cammell Carriage & Wagon Co., Ltd.), 522*
  • Total Available in Great Britain, 86 Case Hardening. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Cast-Iron Baths, Specification, 274 Research Association, British, Silver-
  • Jubilee Luncheon, 591; Presidential Address, by Dr. H. Hartley, on Recent Developments in Cast-Iron Research, 595 Sulphur in, Neutralisation by Alloying
  • Elements, 545, 598*, 621*
  • Castings, Non-Ferrous Metal, Porous, Sealing with Resins, 607
  • — and Weldings, 93*
  • Catalogues, 198, 292, 480, 576. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Catapult, Aircraft, Whale-Oil Factory Ship " Balaena,” 393*
  • Cathode-Ray Oscillograph in Industry (Review), 124
  • Properties of, 478*, 502. See Errata, 536 Cells, Fabric, Inflatable, for Aircraft Salvage, 322*
  • —? See also Electric
  • Cellulose, Chemistry of (Review), 244
  • Cement. See Concrete and PARAGRAPH INDEX Cementation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Census of Production by Board of Trade, Bill for, 567
  • Centenary of Chemical Society, Arrangements for, 115
  • — of T. H. and J. Daniels, Ltd., 591
  • — of Lancaster-Oxenholme and Kendal Rail
  • ways, 303
  • — of London to Carlisle Railway, 615
  • Centenary of J. Owens, 135
  • — of Railway Gauge Act, 1846, 160. See
  • LETTERS, 208, 280, 353
  • — See also Tercentenary
  • Central Electricity Board, Extensions to Generating Plant, 231; on Shortage of Generating Plant, 327 ; 90-MVA Reactors, 344* ; 132-kV Impregnated Pressure Cable for, 607*; Electric Power Interruptions and Plant Shortage, 615 ; New Generating Stations in North-West England, 616
  • — Ordnance Depot, Feltham, Demonstration
  • of “ Fork-Lift ” Trucks, 105 •
  • Centrifugal Pumps. See Pumps Ceskomoravske Strojimy A.S., Exhibits at
  • Prague Fair, 546
  • Chadwick, Sir J., Presentation of Melchett Medal to, 375
  • Chance, Sir H., on Optical-Glass Manufacture by Chance Brothers in War, 343, 366. See 327
  • Change-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • Charing Cross Station, Estimated Cost of Reconstruction, 278,294
  • Chart, Azimuthal, of Shortest Routes from London,202
  • Chatham Dockyard, War Work in, 416
  • Chatley, Dr. H., on " Engynes,” 388. See LETTERS, 448, 520
  • Chemical Analysis. See Analysis
  • — Destruction of Agricultural Pests, Demonstration of, 65
  • — Engineers, Training Courses for, 81
  •  ?— Industry, French Society of, Polythene, by
  • Dr. F. A. Freeth, 388
  • Society of, Oil and Wax Production from
  • Coal in Germany, by Dr. C. C. Hall, 448
  • — Society, Centenary Arrangements, 115 Chemists, British Association of, Fire and
  • Explosion: Inflammable Concentrations and Ignition Temperatures, by J. H. F Smith, 476
  • Chemistry of Cellulose (Review), 244
  • — Polythene, Discovery, Production and Applications, 388
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Chesters, Dr. J. H., on Port Design in Open-
  • Hearth Furnaces, 486. See 497
  • Chile, Engineering Notes from, 29, 150, 257, 367, 461, 619
  • China, United Kingdom Trade Mission to, 137 Chittenden, J. P., on the late E. G. Izod, 400.
  • See 354 Chorlton, A. E. L., the Late, 354* Chronometers, Development of, 114
  • — Rating at Royal Observatory, 316 Chubb, I. W., the Late, 233
  • Cierva Autogiro Co., Ltd., Helicopter for Spraying Crops, 65 ; “ W9 ” Helicopter, 283* Cincinnati Milling Machines, Ltd., Knee-Type
  • Milling Machines, 319*
  • Circulation Augmenter for Marine Water-Tube Boilers, 472, 498, 521, 548*, 575*. See LETTER, 592*
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Annual Report, 255
  • Civil Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Civil Engineers, Institution of :
  • Election of Members, 10, 82, 202, 418, 562 Annual Dinner, 15
  • Report of Joint Committee on Location of Underground Services, 136
  • Parsons Lecture on Optical Glass in War, by Sir H. Chance, 343, 366. See 327
  • Presidential Address, by Sir W. Halcrow, on Work of Institution, 473. See 447 Civil Engineering and Building Contractors,
  • Registration of, 231 A Career (Review), 134 Claude-General Neon Lights Co., Fluorescent
  • Lamp Development, 475
  • Clayton, A. J. H., on Capacity of Traffic Lane,
  • 544. See 433*. See LETTER, 592
  • Clayton, J., the Late, 400
  • Cleveland and the Northern Counties, Notes from, 11, 35, 59, 83, 107, 131, 155, 179, 203, 227, 251, 275, 299, 323, 347, 371, 395, 419, 443, 467, 491, 515, 539, 563, 587, 611. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Climate. See Meteorological Clocks at Royal Observatories, 293, 316 Clockmakers, Old, of Yorkshire (Review), 459 “ Closed Shop ’?’ Debate in House of Commons, 493
  • Cloud Chamber, C. T. R. Wilson’s Work on, 127 Clutch. See Motor- Car Details
  • CO2. See Carbon Dioxide Coaches, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coal Burning, Atmospheric Pollution from, 222
  • — Carbonisation, Research into, 397
  • — Consumption and Electricity Supply, 350,
  • 430*
  • by Gas Undertakings, 158
  • and Progress in Electrification, 350, 430* and Railway Electrification, 421
  • — Costs and Consumption on Great Western
  • Railway, 318
  • — for Electricity Supply Industry, 5,14
  • — Gas, and Electricity-Supply, Compulsory
  • Economies in Industry, 567
  • See Gas
  • — Gasification, Underground, Experiments in
  • United States, 558
  • — Industry, Nationalisation of, 495
  • Nationalisation Act and National Coal
  • Board, 61, 63
  • — Lignite Production and Utilisation in
  • Canada, 588
  • — Mine. See Colliery
  • — versus Oil Fuel in British Industry, 589
  • — Oil and Wax Production from, in Germany,
  • 448
  • — Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal
  • — Reserves and Production, Rapid Survey,
  • 39, 62
  • —- Shortage, Effect on Electricity Supply, 279
  • — Situation, 133
  • — Supply Position, Ministry of Fuel and Power,
  • Statement on, 471
  • — — Alternatives for Power Production, 190 —- Tar Pitches, Specification, 346
  • — Traffic on British Railways, 86
  • Coal Utilisation Joint Council, Report on Steam-Driven Transport Vehicles, 565 Research Association British, Luncheon, 592
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Coatings, Phosphate, on Steel, Specification, 370
  • — on Steel Strip, Available Methods, 78 Cobalt (Review), 387
  • Coke Ovens Committee, Fuel Research Board, Report on Experiments in Coking Practice, 397
  • Efficient Operation of, 422
  • Coking Practice, Experiments in, Report on, 397
  • Cold Storage. See ’Refrigerators
  • — Working of Aluminium Alloy Containing
  • 4 per cent. Copper, 306
  • Collecting Equipment for Magnesium-Alloy Dust (Dallow, Lambert & Co., Ltd.), 464* College. See Education
  • Collieries, Cost of Shunting in, 445
  • — Transfer to National Ownership, 61, 63, 495
  • — Tyneside, Early Railways to, 595 —1 See also Mines and Coat
  • Collisions. See Accidents
  • Colloidal Carbon, Properties, Production and Application of, 54, 76
  • Columbian National Railways, Twelve-Cylinder Locomotive, 190
  • Columns, Street-Lighting, Cast-Iron, Specification, 178
  • Lighting, Reinforced Concrete, Specification, 298
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests (Materials) Combustion Appliance Makers’ Association (Solid Fuel), Annual Luncheon, 39
  • — Chamber for Aircraft Jet-Propulsion Engine,
  • 247*. See Errata, 557
  • — —for “ Theseus I ” Propeller Gas-Turbine
  • Aero-Engine (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 367*
  • — in Open-Hearth Furnace, Influence of Port
  • Design, 486, 497
  • — See also Fuel; Gases
  • “ Comet,” Steamboat, Henry Bell’s, Builders’ Model of, 449*
  • Commerce. See Trade. See also Industries and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Commission Royal. See Royal Commission Commonwealth Engineering Institutions, Conference of, 351
  • — See also Australia
  • Companies. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Comparator, Internal-Thread (Machine Shop Equipment, Ltd.), 55*
  • Composition, Anti-Corrosive, for Ships’ Bottoms, Tests of, 569
  • Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • — Stress. See Tests (Materials) Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor Compressed Air. See Pneumatic Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Compton Effect and Atomic Particles, 502*
  • Computing Engine, Automatic, National Physical Laboratory, 471
  • Concrete Mixers, Specification, 322
  • — Reinforced, in Buildings, Specification, 34 for Enlarging Railway Bridge Pier, 457* Poles for Overhead Lines, 233
  • Poles, Specification, 10
  • Pre-stressed (Review), 244
  • Street-Lighting Columns, Specification, 298
  • Structural Members, Recommended Dimensions, 108
  • —- — Structures, Design of (Review), 411
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Condensers, Air Pumps for. See Pumps, Air
  • — Surface, Castings and Weldings for, 93* Conditioner, Exhaust-Gas, for Oil-Engined
  • Mining Locomotive, 490*
  • ” Conductometric ” Method of Analysis for Carbon and Sulphur in Steel, 425
  • Conference of Commonwealth Engineering Institutions, 351
  • — on " Fuel and the Future.” See ’’ Fuel and
  • the Future ” Conference
  • — on Industrial Design; Design and Machin
  • ery, by T. P. N. Burness, 327
  • — International, on Radio Frequencies, Mos
  • cow, 399
  • — on London Traffic and London Plan, 255,
  • 278, 294, 318, 342, 405. See LETTER, 353
  • — on Pulverised Fuel, 1947, 92
  • — Tin, International, London, 375
  • Congress, International, Sixth, for Applied Mechanics, Paris. See Applied Mechanics, Sixth International Congress for
  • Technical, Paris, Programme, 67
  • Connecticut, New London, United States Reserve Submarines at, 138*
  • Conservation of Coal. See Coal; Fuel; Pulverised Coal
  • Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd., Pneumatic Impact Wrenches, 128*
  • Contracts, 55,106,129, 170,197, 267, 323, 376, 416, 559, 586, 610
  • Contractors and Civil Engineers, Co-operation between, 474
  • Control, Electrical, of Dangerous Machinery and Processes, 494
  • — Gear, Tyre-Pressure (J. I. Thornycroft & Co.,
  • Ltd.), 296*. See LETTER, 352*
  • — Panel, Electrical, for Royal Train, 212*
  • — Orders, Ministry of Supply. See Industries
  • and Commerce in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Remote, by High-Frequency Currents
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 163
  • — System, Traffic, London and North Eastern
  • Railway, 514
  • Converter, Power, Freeborn, in Locomotives,- 191*
  • Conveying and Elevating, Pneumatic, of Grain (Review), 339
  • Cook, Dr. M., on Copper-Nickel-Manganese Alloys, 330
  • Cooper, W. F., on Electrical Control of Dangerous Machinery, 494
  • Co-partnership. See Labour
  • Copper Alloys. See Brass ; Bronze ; and Alloys under AfetoHwr/zy
  • — Compacts, Silicide Hardened, for Bearings,
  • Copper, Effect of Inert Atmospheres in Fatigue
  • Tests of, 197, 330
  • — in High-Sulphur Cast Iron, 545, 598*, 621*
  • — Tubes, Screw Threads for, Specification, 82
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • Cores, Sand, Formdry, Gas Content of, 29 Corrosion, Intercrystalline, of Light-Alloy
  • Rivets, 307
  • — in Locomotive Boilers, Southern Railway,
  • 414*
  • — Metallic, Passivity and Protection (Review),
  • 484
  • — Prevention in United States Reserve Fleets,
  • 138*
  • — Resistance of Tin-Aluminium Bronzes, 270,
  • . 329
  • — Sea-Water, Tests of Paints for Prevention
  • of, 569
  • Cosmic Rays and Atomic Structure, 430* Cotton Industry, Electrification in, 431 County Commercial Cars, Ltd., High-Clearance
  • Crop-Spraying Motor Vehicle, 341*. See Addendum, 390
  • Coverings, Non-Conducting. See Heat Insulation
  • Cowburn, J. O., on Temperature Strains in Structural Members, 265*
  • Cox, H. E., on High-Voltage Oil Circuit Breakers Incorporating Resistance Switching, 469, 621*
  • Coxon, Dr. W. F., on Treatment of Steel Strip before Fabrication, 78
  • Crack Detection by Magnetism, 41*. See LETTER,112
  • Cracking of Molybdenum-Steel Steam Piping, Report on, 209
  • Cranfleld, College of Aeronautics, Opening of, 63 Crankshaft Alignment Indicator, H. D. Adam’s, 512*. See LETTER, 568
  • Crews Accommodation in Ships, Watts Prize for Improving, 615
  • Crisp, W. H., on Machining of Stainless Steels, 526*
  • Critchley, G. R., on Ship Salvage, 317, 340,378, 390,436. See 328
  • Cronin, H. F., on Sub-Surface Works and London Traffic Plan, 342. See 278
  • Crookes, Sir W., Work on Cathode Rays, 478
  • Crop-Spraying Motor Vehicle, with Adjustable Track (County Commercial Cars, Ltd.), 341*. See Addendum, 390
  • Crossley Brothers, Ltd., Gas-Producer Plant, for Beenham’s Heath Pumping Plant, 53
  • Crossley-Premier Engines, Ltd., 325-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Gas Engines, 53
  • Crowder, Prof. B. A., on Measuring Tool-Tip Temperature, 435*
  • Crude-Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil Cruisers. See WarsAips
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. See llficro- photographs
  • Cuffe, R. C., on Lightning Surges on Transmission Lines in Ireland, 619
  • Cumberland Development Area, 1!}5
  • Cupola, Basic, Dephosphorisation of Meltsin, 19 Current, Electric. See Electric
  • Currie, W. C., on Memorial to Marine Engineers, 113
  • Curve Alignment on East Indian Railway (Review), 339
  • Cuthbertson, Dr. J., on Corrosion Resistance of Tin-Aluminium Bronzes, 270. See 329
  • Cutters, Milling. See AfiWiwg under Machine Tools
  • Cyclone for Water-Tube Boilers, 498, 521 Cylinder Liner-Wear Indicator, H. D. Adam’s,
  • , 512*. See LETTER, 568
  • Cylindrical Grinding Machine. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • Czechoslovakia, Prague Fair, 546
  • DALLOW, LAMBERT & CO., LTD., Magne- slum-Alloy Dust-Collecting Equipment, 464*
  • Dam, Aswan, and Nile Flood of 1946,424. See LETTER, 496, 568
  • — Garrison, on Missouri River, 295
  • Daniels, T. H. & J., Ltd., Centenary of, 591
  • Darwin, Horace, Work on Scientific Instruments, 114’
  • Decca Navigator Co., Radio Navigation for Merchant Ships, 159
  • Defence, Ministry of, Formation, 351
  • Degaussing and Marine Mine Exhibition, Science Museum, 78,129
  • De Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., “Dove” Passenger Aeroplane, 162* ; Tailless Aeroplane with Goblin Jet Engine, 282* ; Loss of D.H. 108 Jet-Propelled Aircraft, 327
  • Dehumidification of United States Reserve Ships, 138*
  • Denny, W., & Brothers, Ltd., Helicopter of 1905, 401; Launch of S.S. “ Falaise,” 483
  • Dent, B. M., on Industrialists and Information Services, 278. See LETTER, 352
  • Dephosphorisation in Basic Cupola, 19
  • “ Derwent I ’’ Jet Aircraft Engine, Reliability of, 394
  • " Derwent V ” Gas-Turbine Engine, 224* Design and Engineering Production, 331 Devonport Dockyard, War Work in, 461 During War and After (1917-22), 505*, 533*, 601*
  • Diagrams, Indicator. See Indicator
  • Dictionary of Science and Technology, in English, French, German and Spanish (Review), 267
  • Diesel Engines. See 'Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine Propulsion
  • Users Association, Visit to Beenham’s Heath Pumping Station, 53; Filtration, by C. G. Vokes, 399; Annual Meeting, 616 ; Election of Officers, 616; Report on Heavy Oil-Engine Working Costs, 616
  • Differential and Integral Calculus (Review), 603 Dipole for Ground Radar Scanning Equipment, 337*
  • Directories. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • District Heating and Electricity Supply, 30 Docks, British, Effect of Transport Bill, 541
  • Docks, Floating, for United States Navy, 307 Dockyards, Royal, During War, 461 History of, 505*, 533, 601*
  • Domestic Fires, Atmospheric Pollution from,
  • 222
  • — Fuel Policy, Simon Report, 6,14
  • — Gas Appliances, Specification, 58
  • — Ovens, Electric, Specification, 370 Donaldson, A. C., on Discharge Tests on Archimedean Screw, 309*
  • Donaldson, Dr. J. W., on Dfevelopments in Ferrous Metallurgy, 375
  • Donkin, S. B., on Prospects of District Heating in United Kingdom, 614
  • Doors, Fire-Check, Flush, Specification, 346
  • — Locks and Latches for, Specification, 322 Dorman, Long & Co., Ltd., Extensions to
  • Structural Engineering Shops, 178
  • Dorrity, C. E., on Attracting the Apprentice, 136. See 85, 93. See LETTER, 112
  • Douglas (Kingswood), Ltd., Petrol-Driven Industrial Elevating Truck, 405*
  • " Dove ” Passenger Aeroplane, 162* Drains for Buildings, Specifications, 34 Drawings, Engineering, Third-Angle Projection on, British Standards Institution Memorandum on, 275
  • Drawing-Office Tracing, Guide to (Review), 339 Dravo Corporation, Floating Repair Dock for
  • United States Navy, 307
  • Dredging Operations in Panama Canal, 462 Drifters, Design of, 377
  • Drills and Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Dry Dock. See Dock
  • Duddell’s Invention of Oscillograph, 127
  • Dufty Engineering Co., Ltd., " Pyrorex” CO2
  • Indicator and Recorder, 512*
  • Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., Research Grant to
  • Royal Institution,’ 178
  • Durham and Northumberland, Early Railways in, 595
  • Dust, Coal. See Pulverised Coal
  • — Explosions from, 476
  • — Magnesium-Alloy, Collecting Equipment for
  • (Dallow, Lambert & Co., Ltd.), 464*
  • — Problems in Mining, Experiments in, 231 Dutch Railways, Restoration of, 79
  • — See also HoZZand
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators
  • Dyson, A., on Welding in Great Britain, 356
  • EastIndian Railway, Curve Realignment on (Review), 339
  • Eccles, J., on Management of Electricity Supply Undertaking, 6
  • Echo-Sounding, Marine, Developments in, 313* Economic Burdens on Industry, Effects of, 613 Economy, Fuel. See Fuel Economy
  • Edinburgh Corporation, Portobello Power Station Extensions, 164
  • — Observatory, Time-Signal Transmissions, 293
  • Education :
  • Chemical Engineers, Training Courses, 81 City and Guilds of London Institute, Annual Report, 255
  • Civil Engineers, Education Problems, 474
  • College of Aeronautics. Cranfleld, Opening of, 63
  • Education, Ministry of, College of Aeronautics, Cranfleld, Opening of. 63
  • Electrical Engineers, Further Education and Training Scheme for, 447
  • Engineer, Professional, Training for (Review), 411
  • Engineering Research in Universities, 325 Imperial College Union Vacation Work Scheme, Annual Report, 519
  • Mechanical Engineering, Training for, 64 Mining Engineers, Institution of, Associate Membership Examination, 159, 424
  • Northampton Polytechnic, London, Lectures on Fuel and Combustion, 173 ; Prospectus, 404
  • Owens College, Early History, 135
  • Transport, Institute of, Formation of Transport Tutorial Committee, 418
  • Universities, Place in Engineering Training, 134
  • West Hartlepool Technical College, Prospectus, 394
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Edwards, E. P., on Broaching Machines, Tools and Practice, 485, 534*. See LETTERS, 544, 593
  • Efficiency of Boiler Plants. See Boiler Plants Egypt and Nile Flood of 1946, 424. See
  • LETTERS, 496, 568
  • Einstein’s Theory of Relativity, Influence on Physics, 479*, 205
  • Ejectors, Index of European Patents for (Review), 196
  • Elasticity, Mathematical Theory (Review), 507

Electric :

  • Alternator. See Generator and Turbo
  • Amplidyne Electrical Control System (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 103*
  • Amplifier, 1,000-Watt (Philips Lamps, Ltd.), 34
  • Arc Welding. See Welding
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, Reports on Electrical Faults, 87; Report on Cracking of Molybdenum-Steel Steam Piping, 209; Report on Electricity Supply for Arc-Welding Plant, by R. Newmann, 446
  • —- — Development Association, Report on Electricity Supply in Textile Industry, 177
  • Cable, 132-kV and 264-kV Compression (Enfield Cables, Ltd.), 485*, 495
  • — Impregnated Pressure, Development of, 606*
  • — Insulated with Polythene, 388 Rubber-Insulated, Specification, 466
  • Cable, 132-kV Three-Core Impregnated- Pressure, 607*
  • — Underground, Influence on London Traffic Plan, 278, 342
  • Location of, 136
  • Cathode Rays. See Cathode
  • Cell, Primary, Air-Depolarised, Specification, 610
  • Central Electricity Board, Extensions to Generating Plant, 231; Report on Shortage of Generating Plant, 327; 90-MVA Reactors, 344*; 132-kV
  • Impregnated Pressure Cable for, 607* ; Electric Power Interruptions and Plant Shortage, 615 ; New Generating Stations in North West England, 616
  • Circuits for Fluorescent Lamps, 524* Conductors for High-Voltage Overhead
  • Lines, 197. See LETTER, 328
  • Control of Dangerous Machinery and Processes, 494
  • Current, High-Frequency, Remote Control by, 163
  • Degaussing and Magnetic Mine Exhibition, 78,129
  • Dielectrics for Telecommunication Purposes, 427. See Erratum, 463
  • Dynamo. 'See Generator ; Turbo-Generator Electrical Accidents in Factories, Annual Report, 301
  • — Apparatus, Flameproof Enclosure of, Specification, 178
  • Intrinsice Safety of, 462
  • — Branch of Royal Navy, Formation, 447
  • — Plant, Commissioning of, and Associated Problems (Review), 196
  • — Design and Production of, 331
  • Electricity Commissioners, Loans to Supply
  • Undertakings, 207; Standardisation of Low-Pressure Distribution Voltages, 303; Arrangements for Load-Shedding, 327; Returns of Electricity Generated, 392; Electricity-Supply Statistics, 543 ; Returns of Engineer- , ing and Financial Statistics, 590
  • Electrification Developments on Southern Railway, 447
  • Electrode Holder, Safety, for Arc Welding, General Electric Co., Ltd., 438*
  • Electron, Discovery of, Jubilee Celebrations, 514
  • Electronics in Industry, Exhibition of Equipment, 68
  • Electroplating. See Electro
  • Faults, Statistical Analysis and Reports, 87 Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Generating Stations. See Power Stations Generator. See Generator and Turbo Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power Plants
  • Instruments, Measuring, Electrical, Development of, 234
  • Scientific, Report on, 308 Insulation, Use of Polythene for, 388 Insulator for High-Voltage Overhead Lines, 197. See LETTER, 328
  • Joint, Conductor, for Overhead Lines, 197. See LETTER, 328
  • Lamps, Electric Discharge (Review), 339
  • — — Discharge, Specification, 466
  • — Fluorescent, Development of, 475,500*, 524*
  • Lighting System, Cable-Making Works, W. T. Glover & Co., Ltd., 213
  • Lightning Surges on Irish Transmission Lines, 619
  • Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric Machines. See Generators ; Motors ; Turbo Mains. See Cables (above)
  • , Measuring Instruments, Development, 234
  • — — Scientific, Report on, 308
  • Meters, Electricity Supply, Developments, 441'
  • Millivoltmeter, Audio-Frequency (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 572
  • Motors. See Motors, Electric Oil Switch. See Switchgear Oscillograph, Cathode-Ray, in Industry (Review), 124
  • — Duddell’s Invention of, 127
  • Power. See Power
  • — Stations. See Power Stations Railways. See Railways
  • Rays. See Cathode Rays ; X-Rays Reactors, 90-MVA, Percival-Lane Substation, 344*
  • Resistance Alloy, “ Kumanal,” (Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd.), 211
  • — Wire Strain Gauges, 121*. See LETTER, 280
  • Rolling Mills, Electric Driving of. See Rolling Mills
  • ROntgen Rays. See X-Rays
  • Rural Electrification in North Scotland, 37 Substation. See Substation
  • Switchgear. See Switchgear
  • Tariffs, Electricity Supply, Unifying and Equating of, 31
  • — Statistics of North of Scotland Hydro- Electric Board, 111
  • Telegraphy. See Telegraphy Telephony. See Telephony
  • Tests, Red-Fir Poles for Transmission Lines, 268
  • Thermometer. See Thermometer Traction. See Locomotives, Electric ; Railways
  • Transformers. See Transformers Turbo-Generators. See Turbo-Generators Vectors, Elementary, for Electrical Engineers (Review), 507
  • Voltages, Distribution, Low-Pressure Standardisation of, 303
  • — Standardisation in Australia, 256 Wave Propagation and Impedance Concept, 547
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Telegraphy; Radar; Radio
  • — Telephony. See Telephony; Radar; Radio
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Electric Power Companies, Incorporated Association of, ana Nationalisation, 111. See LETTER, 233
  • Electrical Engineers, Elementary Vectors for (Review), 507

Electrical Engineers, Institution of :

  • Awards of Premiums, 34
  • Election of Officers, 83
  • Report of J oint Committee on Location of Underground Services, 136
  • Ceremonial W elcome on Election to Membership, 183
  • High-Voltage Overhead Lines, by W. J. Nicholls, 197. See LETTER, 328
  • Development in Electrical Measuring Instruments, by F. E. J. Ockenden, 234
  • Behaviour of Red-Fir Poles for 11-kV Lines Under Electrical Stress Due to Insulation Failure, by W. Letherside, 268
  • Capitalisation of Technical Performance, by E. T. Norris, 302
  • Report on Scientific Electrical Measuring Instruments, by D. C. Gall, 308
  • Discussion on Electro-Tinning Processes, 335
  • Parsons Lecture on Optical Glass in War, by Sir H. Chance, 343, 366. See 327
  • Presiaential Address, by V. Z. de Ferranti, on Production and Utilisation of Electrical Energy, 430*. See 350,351
  • Circular on Training of Ex-Service Men, 447
  • Extinction of Arcs in Air-Blast Circuit Breakers, by A. Allan and D. F. Amer, 469
  • Performance of High-Voltage Oil Circuit Breakers Incorporating Resistance Switching, by H. E. Cox and T. W. Wilcox, 469, 620*
  • Discussion on Production and Utilisation of Electrical Energy, 537
  • Power Supply for Generating-Station Auxiliary Services, by W. Szwander, 542
  • Heat Pump, by J. A. Sumner, 557 Future of Pulverised-Coal Firing in Great Britain, 615
  • Installations Section :
  • Electrical Control of Dangerous Machinery and Processes, by W. F. Cooper, 494 Measurements Section :
  • Trend and Development in Meters and Instruments, by L. J. Matthews, 441 . Radio Section :
  • Dielectrics for Telecommunication Purposes, by Prof. W. Jackson, 427. See Erratum, 463
  • Wave Propagation and Impedance Concept, by Dr. H. G. Booker, 547 Transmission Section;
  • Development of the Grid, by J. A. Lee, 423
  • Lightning Surges on Transmission Lines in Ireland, by R. C. Cuffe, 619 Mersey and North W ales centre :
  • Railway Electrification in Great Britain, by R. Varley, 421
  • North-Western Centre ;
  • Design and Engineering Production, by E. T. Norris, 331
  • East Midland Sub centre :
  • Diesel-Electric Traction, by D. B. Hosea- son, 257
  • North Midland Students’ Section : Foundation of Bailie Memorial Prize, 111 Electrical Engineers, Supervising, Association of. See Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of
  • — Engineering Industry, Position in, 431 Industry, Rehabilitation of, 135
  • — Plant, Commissioning of, and Associated
  • Problems (Review), 196
  • Design and Production of, 331 Electricity Commissioners. See under Electric Electrodepositors Technical Society, Discussion on Electro-Tinning Processes, 335
  • Electrofio Meters Co., Ltd., Panels for Lockheed Hydraulic Remote-Control Boiler-Damper Gear, 608*
  • Electromagnetic Waves. See Electric Electrons, Atomic Particles and Light Quanta, 478*, 502*. See Errata, 536
  • — and Atomic Structure, 406*, 429*
  • — Jubilee of Discovery of, Celebration of, 514 Electronics in Industry, Exhibition of Equipment, 68
  • Electroplating of Steel Strip, 78 Electro-Tinning Processes, Continuous, 335 Elevating and Conveying, Pneumatic, of Grain (Review), 339
  • Ellipses and Transitional Curve Trigonometry, 409*. See LETTER, 544*
  • Emery Wheels. See Grinding under Machine 2'ooZs
  • Employees. See Labour
  • Employment Bureau, Professional Engineers’, 160. See LETTER, 184
  • Endurance Tests. See Fatigue under Tests {Materials)
  • Enemy Countries, British Industrial Property in, Suggestions for Dealing with, 150
  • Energy for Heat, Light and Power, Sources of, 199
  • Enfield Cables, Ltd., 132-kV and 264-kV Compression Cables, 485*, 495
  • Engines, Aero. See Aeronautics
  • — Compressed-Air, for Motorships, 583
  • — Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel: Marine
  • Propulsion; Motorships
  •  ?— Gas, 325-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder, Beenham’s Heath Pumping Station, 53
  • See also Producer; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Heat, Theory of, 232*. See LETTER, 305
  • — Indicators. See Indicators
  • — Internal-Combustion, Specification, 250 Combustion. See also Twrdines, Gas
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — Motor Car. See Engines, Petrol
  • — Oil, Air Filters for, 399
  • Diesel, Effect of Torsional Vibration in, 88. See Errata, 107
  • 7- Diesel, Marine, Future of Diesel, at Prague Fair, 544
  • Engines, Oil, Diesel, in South West Wales Power Stations, 176*
  • Diesel. See also Motorships; Marine Propulsion; Diesel Engine Osers Association
  • 44-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder for Mining Locomotive (Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd.), 488*
  • Free-Piston Compressor, 567, 617
  • — — Heavy, Report on Working Costs, 616 Marine, Construction in Italy, 173
  • — — Marine, 280-s.h.p. Four-Cylinder Petter,
  • M.S. “ Flintlock,” 151*
  • — — Marine, Researches by Sulzer Brothers, Ltd., 69*. 117*
  • Marine, 4,000-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Opposed-Piston, 70*
  • Motor-Vehicle, 130-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 272*
  • 100-b.h.p., Six-Cylinder Horizontal, for Omnibus (Birmingham & Midland Omnibus Co., Ltd.), 465*
  • See also Tractors and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Petrol, Aeroplane. See Aeronautics
  • Air Filters for, 399
  • Marine, 4-h.p. Two-Cylinder, for Propulsion Unit (British Motor Boat Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 537*
  • — — Motor Car, 24-b.h.p. Four-Cylinder Two-
  • Stroke (Trojan, Ltd.), 415
  • — — See also Aeronautics ; Motor Cars
  • — Primitive, Origins of, 388. See LETTERS,
  • 448, 520
  • — Steam, Marine, Future of, 271
  • — — Marine, 8,000-i.h.p. Triple-Expansion,
  • S.S. “ Balaena,” 393*
  • Marine. See also Marine Populsion; Turbines
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Engineers’ Education. See L'dwcation
  • — Institutions. See Institutions
  • — Production, Institution of. See Production
  • — Professional, Employment Bureau, 160.
  • See LETTER, 184
  • — and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of,
  • Awards for 1945-46, 392; Builders’
  • Model of Henry Bell’s “ Comet,” 449*; Joint Autumn Meeting with Institution of Naval Architects in Glasgow. See Naval Architects
  • — Training for Profession of (Review), 411
  • Engineering Advisory Council, Ministry of Supply, Formation of, 616
  • — Apprentices. See Education
  • — as a Career, 134
  • — Contracts. See Contracts
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Exhibits at Prague Fair, 544
  • Welsh Industries Fair, 319
  • — Industries Association, Future of British
  • Machine-Tool Industry, by Sir F. E. Smith, 303. See LETTER, 376
  • — Laboratories. See Laboratories; National-
  • Physical
  • — Production and Design, 331
  • — Research in Universities, 325
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • — Standards. See Standards Institution
  • — Works. See Works
  • “ ENGINEERING,” Used Copies for Forces, 88
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., 20-W Rotary Transformers for Aircraft, 246; 90-MVA Reactors, 344*
  • — Farms, Water and Electricity Supplies, 210 “ Engynes,” Origins of, 388. See LETTERS,
  • 448, 520
  • Environmental Warmth and its Measurement, Report on, 38
  • “ Eros,” S.S., Salvage of, 328, 340
  • Euco Tools, Ltd., Adjustable Spacer for Milling Cutters, 18*
  • European Patents Concerning Compressors, Air Pumps, Blowers, Etc., Index of, (Review), 196
  • Eutectic Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy “ Euthalia,” S.S., Salvage of, 390
  • Evaporative Condenser. See Condenser Evershed Committee on Textile-Machinery Industry, 10
  • Exactor Control Co., Ltd., Hydraulic Change- Over Valve, 153*
  • Excavation for United States Airport- in Azores, 292*
  • Exhaust-Steam Turbine. See Turbine, Steam Exhibition, “ Britain-Can-Make-It,” 87, 303, 443
  • — of British and German Fighting Vehicles, 67
  • — British Investigation of German Industries,
  • 557
  • — Electronic Equipment, British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., 68
  • — Marine Mine and Degaussing, Science Museum, 78, 129
  • —" Model Engineer,” Royal Agricultural Hall, 205. See BETTERS, 232, 256
  • — Prague Fair, Engineering Exhibits at, 546
  • — Royal Photographic Society’s, Science Museum, 279
  • — Shipbuilding, Sunderland, 495
  • — Welsh Industries Fair, Cardiff, 319
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Expenditure, National, Select Committee! on, Report on Tank Production ,63
  • Experimental Tank. See Tank
  • Explosion Risks and Fire, 476
  • Export Trade. See Trade; and Industries in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Extrusion Machine, Screw, Mechanical Principles of, 358*
  • FABRIC Cells, Inflatable, for Aircraft Salvage, 322*
  • Factory Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Employment of Women. See Labour
  • — Incentive to Industry in, 102,124
  • — Lighting by Fluorescent Lamps, Development of, 475, 500*, 524*
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • -— Prevention of Explosions in, 476
  • Fair, Trade. See Exhibition
  • Fairey Aviation Co., Ltd., “Firefly” High- Speed Training Aircraft, 396; Tropical Tests of “ Firefly ” Mk. IV Aeroplane, 436
  • “ Falaise,” S.S., Launch of, 4'83
  • Falkirk Bolling Mills, Acquisition by British Aluminium Co., Ltd., 203
  • Fan and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, Luncheon, 39
  • — Index of European Patents (Review), 196
  • Fancutt, F., on Formulation of Anti-Corrosive Paint Compositions, 569,
  • Faraday Building, London, Telephone Developments at, 79
  • — Law of Electrolysis, 478
  • — and Scientific instrument development, 114
  • Farms, Water and! Electricity Supplies on,
  • Survey of, 210
  • Farmer, H. O., on Free-Piston Compressor Engines, 567, 617
  • Farming. See Agriculture ; Tractors
  • Fatigue Tests of Metals. See Fatigue under Tests {Materials)
  • Federation of Associations of Specialists and Sub-Contractors, Annual Luncheon, 519
  • — of Belgian Industries, Talks on Anglo-Belgian Trade, 127
  • — of British Industries, Talks on Anglo-Belgian Trade, 127; Conference on Industrial Design, Design and Machinery, by T. P. N. Burness, 327
  • Feed-Distribution and Hunting ini Marine Water-Tube Boilers, 472, 498, 521, 548*, 573*. See LETTER, 592*
  • — Pipes, Internal, for Marine Water-Tube
  • Boilers, 472, 498, 521, 548*, 573*. See LETTER, 592*
  • — Water Softener. See Water Softener Fehlhaber Pile Co., Raising Railway Bridge
  • Over Tennessee River, 457*
  • Feltham Ordnance Depot, Demonstration of Fork-Lift Trucks, 105
  • Female Labour. See La&owr and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ferguson, Pailin, Ltd., Investigation on Force Characteristics of Circuit Breakers, 385*
  • Ferranti, V. Z. de, on Production and Utilisation of Electrical Energy, 430*. See 350, 351
  • Ferro-Concrete. See Concrete, Reinforced, and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • F.I.D.O., Evolution of, by A. C. Hartley, 567
  • Field, J. F., Portobello Power Station Extensions, 164
  • Filing and Indexing: Classification as Applied to Eiling Systems (Review), 365. See 423. See LETTER, 424
  • — ?— Unpublished Material, Report on, 423 Filters, Air, for Internal-Combustion Engines,
  • 399
  • — for Producer Gas, Experiments on, 231
  • — Self-Cleaning, Automatic, for Liquids (New-
  • con Filters, Ltd.), 488*
  • Finishing Processes, Metal, Research on, 572 Fir, Red, Poles, Behaviour Under Electrical Stress, 268
  • Fire-Check Flush Doors, Specification, 346
  • — Domestic, Atmospheric Pollution from, 222
  • — and Explosion Risks, 476
  • — Fighting Trials on Magnesium-Base Alloys
  • (Magnesium Elektron, Ltd.), 481*
  • Fireboxes, Steel, for Locomotives, 22*
  • “ Firefly ” High-Speed Training Aircraft, 396; Tropical Tests of Mark IV Type, 436
  • Firth, T., and J. Brown, Ltd., Cast-Steel Locomotive Wheels, 44* ; Machining of Stainless Steels, by W. H. Crisp and W. Burnan, 526*
  • Fischer-Tropsch Process in Germany, 448 Fishbolts and Nuts for Rails, Specification, 274 Flame, Open-Hearth Furnace, Effect of Port Design on, 486, 497
  • Flameproof Enclosure of Electrical Apparatus, Specification, 178
  • Flamsteed, Tercentenary of, 183
  • Flange ’Width oi Stiffened Plating in Longitudinal Bending, 603*
  • Flaw Detection by Magnetism, '41*. See LETTER, 112
  • Fleet. See IFarsbipe
  • Fleming, Sir A. P. M., on Industrialists and Information Services, 278. See LETTER, 352 Flight. See Aeronautics
  • “ Flintlock,” Naval Auxiliary M.S., 151* Floating Dock. See Dock
  • Flood, Nile, of 1946. See LETTERS, 496, 568 Flow, Capillary, in Soldering Process, 329 +- in Perforated Pipe, 472, 548*,
  • Flue-Gas Washing Plants for Power Stations 135 •
  • — Pipes, Cast Iron, Specification, 82
  • Fluid Machines, Efficiency and Cavitation of, 334*
  • Flying Boats. See Aeronautics
  • Fog Dispersal at Aerodromes, 567
  • kood Production, World, and Agricultural Machinery, 230
  • Force Characteristics of Circuit Breakers, 385* Ford, Henry, Strange Commissions for (Review), 101
  • Ford Motor Co., Ltd., Mounted Plough for Tractor Farming, 536*
  • Forging Press. See Press under Machine Tools Fork-Lift Trucks, Demonstrations of, 105,559* Forts, Sea, Welded Tubular Bridges for, 391* Foster Transformers and Switchgear, Ltd., Switchgear for 250-kW Mobile Power Plant, 67*
  • Fouling of Ships’ Bottoms, Paint Compositions for Preventing, 569
  • Foundries, Attracting Apprentices for, 85, 93, See LETTERS, 112, 136
  • — Sand Cores, Determination of Gas Content,
  • 29
  • — See also Castings
  • Foundrymen, British, Institute of. See British France, Electricity Supply in, 449. See Erratum, 467
  • Frankl, E. K., on Society for Development of Photo-Elasticity, 160. See 303 l'raser & Chalmers Engineering Works, Problem of Incentive in Industry, by S. W. Hyde, 101,124
  • ‘Frederick Bartholdi,” S.S., Salvage of, 328 436
  • Free-Piston Compressor Engine, 567, 617 Freeborn Power Converter for Locomotives, 191*
  • Freeth, Dr. F. A., on Polythene, 388
  • French, Sir J. W., on “ Engynes,” 520. See 38b. See LETTER, 448
  • — See France
  • Freund, M., on Transfer Moulding, 237*
  • Frictional Resistance, Experimental-Tank Investigation, 454
  • Frythe Research Laboratories, Lease by Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 154
  • Fuel Consumption, 130-b.h.p., Leyland Goods Vehicle, 273
  • Reduction by British Industry, 567
  • — for Electricity Supply Industry, 5,14
  • “ Fuel and the Future ” Conference:
  • Programme, 87
  • Inaugural Session, 351 Reports of Proceedings, 351, 373, 422, 445, 614
  • Discussion on Coke Ovens, 422 Discussion on Shunting Locomotives, 445 Discussion on District Heating, 614
  • Fuel Gauge, “ Pacitor,” for Aircraft (Simmonds Aerocessories, Ltd.), 31*
  • — Institute of, Grant of Charter to, 87 ; Con
  • ference on Pulverised Fuel, 1947, 92; Sources of Energy for Heat, Light and Power, by J. Eccles, 199 ; Annual Dinner, 375; Melchett Medal, Presentation to Sir
  • J. Chadwick, 375; Oil and Wax Production from Coal in Germany, by Dr. C. C. Hall, 448
  • — Liquid. See Oil Fuel
  • — Motor. See also Gas ; Petrol; Producer
  • — Oil. See Oil Fuel
  • — Policy, Domestic, Simon Report, 6,14
  • — and Power Ministry, Nationalisation of Coal
  • Industry, 61, 63, 495; Appointment of Mineral Development Committee, 131; Consideration of Coal Situation, 133 ; Coal Shortage, Effect on Electricity Supply, 270; Standardisation of Low-Pressure Distribution Voltages, 303 ; Interruptions in Electricity Supply, 447; Statement on Coal Supply, 471; Fuel-Consumption, Reduction by British Industry, 567 ; Policy regarding Oil Fuel, 589; Conference on “ Fuel and the Future.” See “ Fuel and the Future ” G'on/erence
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • — Research Board, Report on Coal Reserves
  • and Production, 39, 62: Coke-Ovens Committee, Report on Experiments in Coking Practice, 397
  • — See also Coal; Oil; Gas ; Pulverised Coal “ Furious,” H.M. Aircraft Carrier of 1917, 49,
  • 97*
  • Furnace, Electric, for Annealing Steel Strip in Coils, 568
  • — — for Gas-Carburising Experiments, 261*
  • — Heat-Flow Meter for Use in, 497
  • — Open-Hearth, Influence of Port Design in,
  • 486, 497
  • —- — Hearth, Thermal Conditions in, 486, 520
  • — See also coke Ovens ; cupola
  • Furness Railway; Its Rise and Development, 1846-1923 (Review), 533
  • GALL, D. C., on Scientific Electrical Measuring Instruments, 308
  • Gallipoli. H.M.S. “Minerva” at, 147. See LETTER, 448
  • " Garth Hall,” Locomotive, Oil-Burning Equipment for, 416*
  • Gamma Radiography, Technique of, 169* Garrison Dam on Missouri River, 295
  • Gas, Acetylene. See Acetylene
  • — Appliances, Domestic, Specification, 58, 346
  • — Carbon Dioxide. See Carbon Dioxide
  • — Carburising of Mild and High-Carbon Steel,
  • Experiments on, 260*, 285*
  • — Coal and Electricity-Supply, Economies in
  • Industry, 567
  • — Coke-Oven. See Coke Oven
  • — Content of Foundry Sand Cores, Determination of, 29
  • — Engine. See Engine, Gas
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Report of Joint
  • Committee on Location of Underground Services, 136
  • — Explosions from, 476
  • — Fired Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Flue, Washing Plants for Power Stations,
  • 135
  • — and Gas Works. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Mains, Influence on London Traffic Plan,
  • 278, 342
  • Underground, Location of, 136
  • — Natural, Production of Carbon Black from,
  • 54, 76
  • Production in Italy, 403
  • — Producer. See Producer
  • — Production in Great Britain, 1938-44, Report, 158
  • — Turbine. See Turbine
  • — Undertakings, Returns for 1938-44, 158
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Acetylene ; Carbon Dioxide ; Hydro
  • gen ; Nitrogen, etc.
  • Gasification of Coal, Underground, Experiments in United States, 558
  • Gasoline. See Petrol; Engine, Petrol; Aero-, nautics
  • Gauge, Fuel, “ Pacitor,” for Aircraft (Simmonds Aerocessories, Ltd.), 31*
  • — and Tool Advisory Council, Formation of,
  • 453
  • — Strain, Electrical Resistance, 121*. See LETTER, 280
  • Gayler, Dr. M. L. V., on Ageing and Cold-Working of Copper-Aluminium Alloy, 306
  • Gear, Chain-Driven, for “ Merchant Navy ” Class Locomotives, 45*, 112*
  • — Cutting Machines. See Machine Tools
  • — Reduction, for “ Theseus I ” Propeller Gas-
  • Turbine Aero Engine (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 368*
  • Geared Turbines, Marine. See Marine Propulsion
  • Gearing, Mechanical, for Locomotives, 191*
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Remote Control by High-Frequency Currents, 163 f High- Frequency Generator for Industrial Heating, 184; Research Laboratory, Investigation on Gas Carburising, 260*, 285*; Safety Electrode Holder for Arc Welding, 438*; Fluorescent-Lamp Development, 475, 526* ; Bright-Annealing Plant tor Steel Strip, Whitehead Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., 568; Audio-Frequency Millivoltmeter, 572
  • General Electric Co., Schenectady, Research on Atomic Energy, 558
  • Generating Plant at Haverfordwest and Lampeter Power Stations, 176*
  • 250-kW Mobile, and Workshop (Lang Wheels (Manufacturing), Ltd.), 66*
  • — — for London Midland & Scottish Railway
  • Royal Train, 212*
  • — Station. See Power Station
  • Generator, Electric, 200-kW, Beenham’s Heath Pumping Station, 53
  • Castings and Weldings for, 93*
  • High-Frequency, for Industrial Heating (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 184
  • 52,000-kW., Kearsley Power Station, 402
  • — — 50-kW and 100-kW, for Mobile Power
  • Plant, .66*
  • 22,000-kVA, Overspeed Tests on Rotor (Oerlikon Works), 333*
  • — — 60,000-kW, Portobello Power Station, 164 for Power Station Extensions 231
  • for South African Electricity Supply Commission, 326
  • Transport of 130-ton Stator for, 546
  • — — See also 7'wr6o-Generators
  • Geometry, Analytical, and Calculus (Review) 196
  • —Building (Review), 146
  • German Aeronautical Developments, 215
  • — and British Fighting Vehicles, Exhibition, 67
  • — Canning Industry, Methods of, 78
  • — Industries, British Investigation of, Exhibition, 557
  • — Reparations, Potsdam Programme with
  • United States, 558
  • — Transformer and Electric Motor Design, Report on, 503
  • Germany, British Industrial Property in, Suggestions for Dealing with, 150
  • Zone, Steelworks Output Capacity, 439
  • — Electricity Supply in, 449. See Erratum, 467 Supply during War Time, 582, 606
  • — Oil and Wax Production from Coal in, 448 Gibb, Sir C. D., on Castings and Weldings, 93*
  • See 85. See LETTERS, 112,136
  • Gibraltar Dockyard, War Work in, 461
  • Giffen, Prof. E., on Engineering Research in the University, 325
  • Girders. See Beams ; Bridges
  • Glasgow Corporation, Ruchazie Reservoir, 307 Glass, Optical, in War, 327, 343, 366
  • — Safety, Laminated (“Triplex” Safety Glass
  • Co., Ltd.), 380
  • Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 303 Gloster-Meteor Jet-Propelled Aeroplane, Air- Speed Record by, 256
  • Glover, W. T., & Co., Ltd., Lighting System for Cable-Making Factory, 213
  • Glues, Testing Methods for, Specification, 202 " Gomer-Jenkins ” Valve-Reseating Apparatus, 319
  • Goodeve, Sir C., on Research in Iron and Steel Industry, 426*
  • Gordon, R. C., on H.M.SS. “ Minerva ” and “ Magnificent,” 488. See LETTERS, 73*, 147*
  • Gothenburg, Inauguration of Swedish Institute for Textile Research, 159
  • Gough, Dr. H. J., on Inert Atmospheres as Fatigue Environments, 197. See 330; on Research Applied to Bomb Disposal, 495 Government, British, on International Control of Atomic Energy, 423
  • — Expenditure, Effect on Industry, 613
  • — Railways. See Railways
  • Gowanus Canal, Brooklyn, Skew Bascule Bridge over, 25*
  • Grain, Pneumatic Conveying and Elevating of (Review), 339
  • — Steel Silos for, 247
  • Graving Dock. See Dock
  • Great Britain, Electricity Supply in, 449. See Erratum, 467
  • Gas Production in, 1938-44, Report, 158 —- — Position of Welding in, 356
  • Railway Accidents in 1945, Report, 157 Railway Electrification in, 421
  • Railways, Statistical Returns, 1945, 86 Sources of Energy in, 199
  • — Western Railway, Oil-Burning Equipment
  • for Locomtives, 82, 416*: Oil Fuel for Locomotives, 134; Coal Costs and Consumption, 318; 2,500-h.p. Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 523
  • Green, F. M., on Aircraft Propulsion, 543. See 570, 593
  • Greenwich Observatory, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 293, 316
  • Greinacner, Prof. H., on Atomic Structure and Transmutation, 406*, 429*; on Atomic Particles and Light Quanta, 478*, 502*. See Errata, 536
  • " Greyhound ” Experiments, Examination of, 355, 453*
  • Grid System, Development of, 423
  • High-Voltage Overhead Lines for, 197. See LETTER, 328
  • Grierson, R., on Meteorogical Aspects of Space Heating, 349
  • Grinding Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Grodsky, V. A., on Copper-Phosphorus-Lead- Nickel Alloys, 438
  • Groundwater Investigations in Netherlands, Recent (Review), 507
  • Gudnault, E. M., on Safety of Electrical Apparatus, 462
  • Gun Barrels, Broaching Machines for, 485. See LETTERS, 544, 593
  • — Bolt-Driving and Punching, Submersible
  • (Temple Cox Development Co., Ltd.), 597*
  • — Mountings, United States Reserve Fleets,
  • Preservation of, 138*
  • —- — Work in H.M. Dockyards, 534
  • — Turret, Aircraft, Amplidyne Electrical Con
  • trol Set for, 105*
  • Gutters, Rain-Water, Steel, Specification, 154 Gyroscope and its Applications (Review), 27
  • HALCROW, SIR W., on Work of lnstitution of Civil Engineers, 473. See 447
  • Hall, Dr. C. C., on Oil and Wax Production from Coal in Germany, 448
  • Halmshaw, R., on Technique of Gamma Radiography, 169*
  • Hamilton, W., the Late, 226
  • Handley Page, Ltd., Hying Display at Radlett Aerodrome, 282*
  • Hanover, C. D., Bascule Bridge over Gowanus Canal, 25*
  • Harbour, Wellington, New Zealand, Annual Report, 567
  • — Work for United States Airport in Azores,
  • 289*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Hardening of Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Harland & Wolff, Ltd., Whale-Oil Factory Ship “ Balaena," 393*
  • Harris, Prof. J. E., Research on Anti-Fouling Paints for Ships, 569
  • Harris, K. N., on Cult of the Model, 256. See 205. See LETTER, 232
  • Harrison, F. C., on Broaching Machines, Tools and Practices, 544. See 485. See LETTER, 593
  • Harrison, John, Eighteenth Century Work on Chronometers, 114
  • Hartley, A. C., and Fog Dispersal, 567 Hartley, Dr. H., on Cast-Iron Research, 595 Haverfordwest Power Station, 176*
  • “ Hawaii,” United States Cruiser, Modifications to, 439
  • Hawker Aircraft, Ltd., Northern Heights Model Flying Club Meeting, 15
  • Hawksley Lecture on Research Applied to Bomb Disposal, 495
  • Head, Wrightson & Co., Ltd., Roller Levelling Machines for Armour Plate, 56*
  • Heat Engines. See Enywies ; Twfrines ; Aeronautics
  • — Flow Meter for Use in Furnaces, 497
  • in Open-Hearth Furnace, Meter for, 486, 497
  • — Insulation, Building (Review), 146
  • — Insulating Materials, Specification, 106
  • — Light and Power, Sources of Energy for, 199
  • — Pump, Application of, 557
  • — Supply by Electricity Supply Undertaking,
  • 30
  • — Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy
  • Heating, District, Recent Developments at Home and Abroad, 614
  • ,— by Heat Pump, 557
  • — Industrial, High-Frequency Generator for
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 184
  • — Space, Meteorological Aspects of, 349
  • — Systems, Hot-Water, High-Pressure (Review), 51
  •  ?— and Ventilating for Architects and Builders (Review), 76
  • Helicopters. See Aeronautics
  • Helium Production in United States, 236
  • Hensel, F. R., on Silicide-Hardened Copper Compacts for Bearings, 126
  • Heywood, R. B., on Magnetism and Testing of Materials, 112. See 41*
  • Highways. See Roads
  • Hill, N., the Late, 77
  • Hillier, H., on Feed Distribution and Hunting in Marine Water-Tube Boilers, 548*, 573*. See 472, 498, 521. See LETTER, 592*
  • “ Hipersil ” Transformer Iron, 53
  • “ Hi-Shear ” Stop Pin, 67*
  • History of British Railways during War, 1939-45 (Review), 100
  • Scientific Instrument Industry, 113,127
  • H.M.SS. See under Warships
  • Hobart, H. M., the Late, 400
  • Holford, Prof. W. G., on District Heating in Town Planning, 614
  • Holland, Electricity Supply in, 449. See Erratum, 467
  • —See also Dutch
  • Holm, V. C. F., on Sealing of Porous Castings, 607
  • Hooke’s Work on Microscope, 113
  • Horseshoe Reinforcement of Steel Pipes, Strength of, 578*, 605*
  • Hoseason, D. B., on Diesel-Electric Traction, 257
  • Hot-Tearing of Aluminium Casting Alloys, 305
  • — Water Heating Systems, High-Pressure
  • (Review), 51
  • Hours of Labour. See Labour
  • Housing Estate, Withenshawe, Manchester, Electricity and Heat Supply, 30, 614
  • Howard, H. L., Electricity supply in South- West Wales, 176*, 199*
  • Hudson, Dr. J. C., on Anti-Corrosive Compositions for Ships’ Bottoms, 569
  • Hull and Barnsley Railway (Review), 267
  • — City Electricity Department, Annual Re
  • port, 135
  • — Replanning of, Report on, 518
  • Human Body, Effects of Heat and Cold on, 38 Humber, River, Proposed Suspension Bridge over, 518
  • Hume, Sir G., the Late, 280
  • Humidistat for Sealed-Up Portions of United States Reserve Ships, 139*
  • Hurstmonceux Castle, Removal of Royal Observatory to, 293
  • Hutton, Prof. R. S., on Industrialists and Information Services, 278. See LETTER 352
  • Hyde, S. W., on Problem of Incentive in Industry, 101, 124
  • Hydraulic Change-Over Valve (Exactor Control Co., Ltd.), 153*
  • — Equipment for Fork-Lift Industrial Truck (Automotive Products Co., Ltd.), 560*
  • — Machines, Efficiency and Cavitation of, 334* Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Power Plant. See Power Plant
  • — Press. See Press under AtacAine Tools
  • — Turbines. See Tur/nnes ; Power Plant Hydraulics, Discharge Tests on Archimedean
  • Screw, 309*
  • — See also Irrigation ; Water
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant Hydrogen, Removal from Steel, 545 Hydrographical Apparatus, Developments in, 318*
  • Hymatic Engineering Co., Ltd., Portable Air Compressor, 309*
  • ILLUMINATION by Fluorescent Lamps, Development of, 475, 500*, 524*
  • — See also Tight; Lighting ; and Lamps under Electric
  • Impact Tests. See Tests {Materials)
  • Imperial Chemical House, British Investigation of German Industries Exhibition, 557
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Lease of Frythe Research Laboratories, Welwyn, 154 ; “Kumanal” Electrical Resistance Alloy, 211; Investigation on Copper- iNickei-Manganese Alloys, 330; Discovery ana Proaucuon of Polythene, 388
  • — College Union, Vacation Work Scheme!
  • Annual Report, 519
  • Import Trade, bee Trade Incentive in Industry, Problem of, 101,124 Inclusions, Non-Metallic in Steel, Origin and Constitution of, 141*, 165*, 545
  • Indexing Attachment, Precision (W. H. Marley & Co., Ltd.), 585*
  • — and Eiling; Classification as Applied to ' Filitig Systems (Review), 365. bee 423.
  • See LETTER, 424
  • Unpublished Material, Report on, 423 India, Central Board of Irrigation, Annual Report, 1944 (Review), 483 ; Annual Report, 1945 (Review), 581
  • — Rubber. See Rubber
  • Indian Government, Curve Re-alignment on East Indian Railway (Review), 339
  • Indicator Diagram from Air Compressor, 364*
  • — Engine, Electronic, 361*
  • — Liner-Wear and Crankshaft Alignment,
  • H. D. Adam’s, 512*. See LETTER, 568
  • — and Recorder, CO2, “ Pyrorex ” (Dufty Engineering Co., Ltd.), 512*
  • Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Agreements and Disputes. See Labour ; and
  • Trade Societies in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Design, Council of, ‘‘ Britain-Can-Make-It ”
  • Exhibition, 87, 303, 443; Conference on Industrial Design; Design and Machinery, by T. P. N. Burness, 327
  • — Experimentation, Ministry of Supply Monograph on, 229
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Notes. See Labour Notes under Labour
  • — Research. See Research
  • Industrialists and Information Services, 278. See LETTER, 352
  • Industries, British, Federation of. See Federation
  • Oil Fuel for, 589 Reduction in Fuel Consumption, 567
  • — Co-partnership in. See Labour
  • — Effects of Economic Burdens on, 613
  • — Incentive in, Problem of, 101,124
  • — See also Trade ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Information Services for Industrial and Business Executives, 278. See LETTER, 352
  • Ingram, H. J., the Late, 330 Inland Navigation. See Canada, Rivers, etc.
  • — Waterways Association, Formation of, 87 Inspection of Military Electrical and Mechanical
  • Equipment, 591
  • Institute of Transport. See Transport
  • — See also Institutions
  • Institution, British Standards. See Standards
  • — Elections, 10, 82, 106, 130, 178, 202, 226, 250, 298, 394, 418, 490, 538, 562, 586, 610
  • — of Production Engineers. See Production
  • — Royal. See Royal Institution
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Aeronautical
  • Society, Royal; Arts, Royal Society of; Australia, Institution of Engineers ; Automobile Engineers, Institution of; British Association ; British Foundrymen, Institute of; Chemical Industry, French Society of; Chemical Industry, Society of; Chemical Society ; Chemists, British Association of; Civil Engineers, Institution of; Diesel Engine Users Association; Electrical Engineers, Institution of; Electrodepositors Technical Society; Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of; Fuel, Institute of ; Gas Engineers, Institution of ; Iron and Steel Institute; Iron and Steel Institute, West of Scotland; Junior Institution of Engineers ; Libraries, Special, and Information Bureaux, Association of; Locomotive Engineers, Institution of; Marine Engineers, Institute of; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of; Metals, Institute of; Metallurgists, Institution of; Mining Engineers, Institution of; Mining ana Metallurgical Engineers, American Institute of; Municipal and County Engineers, Institution of; Municipal Electrical Association, Incorporated ; Naval Architects, Institution of; Newcomen Society; Newport Metallurgical Society; North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders; Patent Agents, Chartered Institute of; Photographic Society, Royal; Physical Society; Physics, Institute of; Production Engineers, Institution of; Road Transport Engineers, Institute of; Royal Society; Sanitary Inspectors Association ; Sheet and Strip Metal Users’ 'Technical Association; Sheffield Society of Engineers and Metallurgists; Structural Engineers, Institution of ; Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of; Transport, Institute of; Water Engineers, Institution of; Welding, Institute of
  • Instruments, Measuring, Electrical, Development of, 234
  • — — Electrical, Scientific Report on, 308
  • — Optical, in Industry and War, 327, 343, 366
  • — for Recording Torsional Vibration, 88. See
  • Errata, 107
  • — Scientific, in Britain, History of, 113,127
  • — See also Aeronautics ; Electric Insulation. See Heat; Electric
  • Inter-American Association of Sanitary Engineering, Formation of, 558
  • Internal-Combustion Engines. See Aeronautics ; Engines; Motor Boats; Tractors; Turbine, Gas
  • International Civil Aviation Organisation, Provisional, Visit to Great Britain, 254
  • International Combustion, Ltd., Water-Tube Boiler for Transportable Power Station, 270*
  • — Conference on Radio Frequencies, Moscow,
  • 399
  • — Congress, Sixth, for Applied Mechanics,
  • Paris. See Applied Mechanics, Sixth International Congress for
  • — Control of Atomic Energy, by P. J. Noel-
  • Baker, 423
  • — Co-operation in Civil Aviation, 304
  • — Electricity Supply, 449. See Erratum, 467
  • — Technical Congiess, Paris, Programme, 67
  • — Tin Conference, London, 375
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • Invasion Fleet, Ships of, 401
  • Inventions. See Patents
  • Ionides, M. G., on Jordan Valley Irrigation in Transjordan, -241 *
  • Ireland, Northern, 2-6-4 Tank Locomotives for, 403*
  • Irish Transmission Lines, Lightning Surges, 619 Iron, Case-Hardening. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
  • — “ Hipersil,” for Transformers (Westinghouse
  • Electric & Manufacturing Co.), 53
  • — Powder Production from Carbonate Slate,
  • United States Plant for, 439
  • — and Steel Board, Appointment of, 183, 255
  • — — Exports, United States, 295
  • Iron and Steel Institute :
  • Formation of Iron and Steel Engineers’ Group, 39
  • Autumn Meeting, London:
  • Programme, 370 Inaugural Proceedings, 471 Changes on Council, 471 Reports of Discussions, 497, 520, 545, 568 Origin and Constitution of Certain Non- Metallic Inclusions in Steel, by Dr. J. R. Rait and H. W. Pinder, 141*, 165*. See 545
  • Gas Carburising, by I. Jenkins, 260*, 285* Influence of Port Design on Open-Hearth Furnace Flames, by Dr. J. H. Chesters and M. W. Thring, 486. See 497
  • Thermal Conditions Within the Open- Hearth Furnace, by M. W. Thring, 486. See 520
  • Heat-Flow Meter for Use in Furnaces, by R. H. Baulk and M. W. Thring, 497 Removal of Hydrogen from Steel, by Prof. J. H. Andrew, Drs. H. Lee, A. K. Mallik and A. G. Quarrell, 545
  • New Annealing Plant for Steel Strip in Coils at Whitehead Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., Newport, Mon., by Dr. B. Jones and I. Jenkins, 568
  • Formulation of Anti-Corrosive Compositions for Ships’ Bottoms and Under- Water Service on Steel, by F. Fancutt and Dr. J. C. Hudson, 569
  • Report on Anti-Fouling Research, 1942-44, by Prof. J. E. Harris, 569
  • Interim Descriptive Statement on Leaching-Rate Test for Ships’ Anti-Fouling Compositions, by Dr. I. G. Slater, 569 Neutralisation of Sulphur in Cast Iron by Various Alloying Elements, by H. Morrogh, 598*, 621*. See 545
  • Iron and Steel Institute, West of Scotland, Presidential Address, by Dr. J. W. Donaldson, on Recent Developments in Ferrous Metallurgy, 375
  • Research Association, British, Statement on Research in Iron and Steel Industry, 426*
  • — — Works. See Works
  • — — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Tests. See Tests {Materials)
  • — Welding. See PFeZdiny
  • — See also Cast Iron ; Steel; Metallurgy Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges ; Columns ;
  • Roofs; Steelwork; Structures
  • Irrigation in Australia, Possibilities of, 174
  • — Central Board of, India, Annual Report,
  • 1944 (Review), 483 ; Annual Report, 1945 (Review), 581
  • — Jordan Valley, in Transjordan, 241*
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Ismailia Valve Co., Lever-Operated Flap Stop Valve, 198*
  • Isotropic Strain-Hardening Material, Plastic Strain in, 381*
  • Italian Shipbuilding and Marine-Engineering Industries, Position of, 173
  • Italy, Electricity Supply in, 90,449. See Erratum, 467
  • Italy, Oil and Natural-Gas Production in, 403
  • — Shipbuilding and Marine Engineering in, 173
  • I. T.D.,Ltd., “ Stacatruc ” Fork-Lift Industrial
  • Truck,559*
  • Ivatt, H. G., 2-6-4 Type Tank Locomotive for Northern Ireland, 403*
  • Izod, E. G., the Late, 354. See LETTER, 400
  • — Test Piece, New Form of, 123*
  • JACK, Hydraulic, for Raising Railway Bridge over Tennessee River, 457*
  • Jackson, H. L., on “ Lewis’s, 1844-1944,” 568. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Jackson, Prof. W., on Dielectrics for Telecommunication Purposes, 427. See Erra- turn, 463
  • Jacobsohn, W., on Capacity of Traffic Lane, 433*. See Erratum, 475. See LETTERS, 544, 592
  • Japan, British Industrial Property in, Suggestions for Dealing with, 150
  • — Electricity Supply in, 449. See Erratum, 467 Jeans, Sir J., the Late, 280
  • Jenkins, I., on Gas Carburising, 260*, 285* ; on Annealing Plant for Steel Strip at Newport, 568
  • Jenkins (Valve Reseaters), Ltd., Valve Reseating Apparatus, 319*
  • Jennings, J., on Theory of Heat Engines, 305. See LETTER, 232*
  • Jessop, Col. H. T., on Society for Development of Photo-Elasticity, 160. See 303
  • Jet-Engine Research at National Gas-Turbine Establishment, 11
  • See also Aeronautics and Turbines, Gas
  • —• Propulsion for Aircraft (Review), 268
  • Johansen, F. C., on Railway Gauge Act, 1846, -208. See 160. See LETTERS, 280, 353
  • Joinery (Review), 4
  • Jones & Shipman, Ltd., Twist-Drill Grinding Machine, 152*; Grinding Machine for Table-Knife Shoulders, 561*
  • Jones, Dr. B., on Annealing Plant for Steel Strip at Newport, 568
  • Jones, E. H. (Machine Tools), Ltd., Universal Tool-Room Milling Machine, 345*; Jig- Drilling and Milling Machines, 392*; Cylindrical Grinding Machine for Small Parts, 597
  • Jordan Valley Irrigation in Transjordan, 241* Jorgensen, O. E., Air Power Transmission for Motorships, 583*
  • Julius, Sir G., the Late, 18
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, New Award for Paper on Applied Research, 111; Awards for 1945-46 Session, 330; Presidential Address, by Major-General A. W. 'Sproull, on Inspection, 591
  • K. C. PRODUCTIONS, Shear-Strength Testing Apparatus for Soils, 477*
  • Kearns, H.W., & Co., Ltd., Boring Machine with Planer-Type Table, 511*
  • Kearsley Power Station Extensions, 402 Kelvin, Lord, Work on Scientific Instruments, 114
  • Kelway-Bamber, H., on Carriage of Coal on British Railways, 134
  • Kendal and Lancaster-Oxenholme Railways,
  • Centenary of, 303
  • Kennedy and Donkin, Portobello Power Station Extensions, 164
  • Kennedy, W. B., on Atmospheric Pollution and Fuel Problem, 222
  • “ Kentucky," United States Battleship, Modifications to, 439
  • Kidbrooke, R.A.F. Depot, Civilian Industries at, 203
  • King, Lieut.-Cmdr. (E) F. J., on Feed Distribution in Marine Water-Tube Boilers, 592*. See 472, 498, 521, 548*, 573*
  • Kingston-upon-Hull, City and County of, Plan for (Review), 518
  • >— upon-Hull Electricity Department, Annual Report, 135
  • Knives, Table, Grinding Machine for Shoulders (A. A. Jones & Shipman, Ltd.), 561*
  • “ Kumanal ” Electrical Resistance Alloy, 211
  • LABORATORIES, Atomic-Energy Research, United States, 558
  • — British Aluminium Co., Ltd., Application of Thermodynamic Principles to Liquidus Surfaces of Alloys, 306
  • — Brown-Firth Research, Machining of Stainless Steels, 526*
  • — Electronics, San Diego, Work on Radio
  • Transmission, 295
  • — Research, Frythe, Welwyn, Lease by Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 154
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Tests of Gas Carburising, 260*, 285*
  • — — Mining, Work of, 231
  • J. Sankey & Sons, Ltd., Wolverhampton, 425
  • — See also National Physical

Labour :

  • Aircraft Engineer’s “ C" Licence (Review), 147
  • Apprentices, Attracting to Foundries, 85, 93. See LETTERS, 112, 136
  • " Closed Shop,” Effect on Trade Unionism, 493
  • and London Passenger Transport Board, 207
  • Co-Partnership and Profit-Sharing, 470 Incentive in Industry, Problem of, 101,124 Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • Labour and National Service, Ministry of, Training Courses for Chemical Engineers, 81; Further Education and Training Scheme for Electrical Engineers, 447.
  • — Notes, 20,43, 68, 92,116,140,164,187, 212, 236, 260, 284, 308, 332, 356, 380, 404, 428, 452, 476, 499, 523, 547, 572, 596, 620. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Reserves and Full Employment, 181 Loudon Passenger Transport Board and the “ Closed Shop,” 207. See 493 Men and Women, Equal Pay for, 517 Profit Motive and Incentive in Industry, 102
  • — Sharing and Co-Partnership, 476 Royal Commission on Equal Pay, 1944-46, 517
  • Staff of Mechanical Engineer’s Department, Southern Railway, Statistics of Employees, 413, 454
  • Trade Unions, Law of (Review), 147 Transport and General Workers’ Union and London Passenger Transport Board, 207
  • Wages and Incentive in Industry, 102,124 Women and Men, Equal Pay for, 517 Lacquering of Steel Strip, 78
  • Lagging Materials. See Heat Insulation Lamb, Prof. E. H., the Late, 400
  • Lamps, Electric. See Electric Lampblack, Properties, Production, and Application of, 54, 76
  • Lampeter Power Station, 200-kW Motor Generator, 176*
  • Lancashire Dynamo & Crypto, Ltd., 50-kW and 100-kW Generators for Mobile Power Plant, 66*
  • Lancashire Electric Power Co., Kearsley Power Station Extensions, 402
  • Lancaster-Oxenholme & Kendal Railways, Centenary of, 303
  • Landing Craft, Assault, Built by Southern Railway, 455*
  • Lang, J. D., on Australian Water Resources, 174 Lang Wheels (Manufacturing), Ltd., 250-kW Mobile Power Unit and Workshop, 66*
  • Langley Aerodrome, Model-Aircraft Display, 15 Language, Common, Choice of (Review), 196
  • Lansing Bagnall, Ltd., 20-b.h.p. Industrial Tractor, 321*
  • " Laristan,” Oil-Tanker, Salvage of, 328, 378 Larke, Sir W. J., Medal Competition, Papers on Welding (Review), 76
  • Larsen, E. I., on Silicide-Hardened Copper Compacts for Bearings, 126
  • Latches and Locks for DoOrs, Specification, 322 Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Latin, Dr. A., on Capillary Flow in Soldering Process 329
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 538, 562, 586, 610 Law. _ See Legal; Labour ; Patents Leaching-Rate Tests for Anti-Fouling Composition, 569
  • Lead Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Effect on Antimonial Brass, 281
  • — Pipes, Specification, 10
  • — Production and Consumption in United
  • States, 284
  • Leathers, Sampling and Analysis of, Specification, 202
  • Lee, C. E., on World’s Oldest Railway, 595 Lee, Dr. H., on Removal of Hydrogen from Steel, 545
  • Lee, J. A., on Development of Grid, 423 Leeming, E. L., on Urmston District-Heating Scheme, 614
  • Lees, D. C. G., on Hot-Tearing of Aluminium Casting Alloys, 305

Legal:

  • Coal Industry Nationalisation Act and National Coal Board, 61, 63, 495
  • Labour Legislation. See Labour Law of Trade Unions (Review), 147
  • London Building Law (Review), 484 Patent Law. See Patents
  • Railway Gauge Act, 1846, 160. See LETTERS, 208, 280, 353
  • Road Traffic Acts, 231 Statistics of Trade Bill, 567 Transport Bill, 541 See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Legislation. See Legal; Labour; Patents Lemniy, G. K., the Late, 496
  • Lesseps, Vicomte de, Statue of, 75* Letherside, W., on Behaviour of Red-Fir Poles under Electrical Stress, 268
  • Letters to the Editor, 16*, 64, 88, 112*, 136, 160, 184, 208, 232*, 256, ’280, 304*, 328, 352*, 376, 400*, 424, 448, 496, 520, 544*, 568, 592*
  • Levelling Machines, Roller, for Armour Plate 56*
  • Leyland Motors Ltd., 130-b.h.p. Goods Vehicles, 272*
  • Libraries, Reference, Binding Delays for Periodicals, 448
  • — Special, and Information Bureaux, Association of, Presidential Address, by Sir R. Stradling, on Information Services, 278; What an Industrialist Expects of an Information Service, by Sir A. P. M. Fleming and B. M. Dent, 278; Communication of Specialist Information to Business Executives, by Prof. R. S. Hutton, 278. See LETTER, 352; Report on Indexing and Filing Unpublished Material, 423
  • Lifting Tackle, British Standards Institution Handbook on, 514
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Quanta and Atomic Particles, 478*, 502*
  • See Errata, 536
  • — Sources of Energy for, 199
  • Lighting, Aerodrome, British Standard Guide to. 538
  • — by Fluorescent Lamps, Development of, 475,
  • 500*, 524*
  • — Street, Ministry of Transport Circular, 207
  • — System at Electric Cable Works, W. T.
  • Glover & Co., Ltd., 213
  • Lighting. See also Lamps under Electric Lightning, Electric
  • Lignite Production and Utilisation in Canada, 588
  • Limestone Roads (Review), 315
  • Liners. See Ships ; Steamers Linings, Basic, for Cupolas, 19
  • Liptrot, Group Captain R. N., on Historical
  • Review of Helicopter Development, 375 Liquid Fuel. See OiZ Fuel; Petrol
  • — Inflammable, Explosions from, 476
  • — Lifting by Archimedean Screw, Tests, 309* Liquidus Surfaces of Aluminium Alloys, Application of Thermodynamic Principlesto, 306
  • Lister, C. P., on Trading Conditions in World’s Markets, 279
  • Literature, 4,27, 51, 76,100,124,146,171,196, 221, 244, 267, 315, 339, 365, 387, 411, 434, 459, 483, 507, 533, 556, 581, 603. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • — Trade and Technical, Recommendations for
  • Standardisation of, 10
  • Litigation. SeeZej/aZ; Lafiowr; PaZenZs Liverpool Street to Stratford, Underground Railway Extension, 485, 543
  • Lloyd-Evans, Prof. B., on Theory of Heat Engines, 232*. See LETTER, 305
  • Lloyd’s Register, Vessels under Construction, 87, 399
  • Load Factor in Electric Power Station, 350,431
  • — Distribution in Ships’ Hulls, 376
  • Loans to Electricity Supply Undertakings, 207 Local Authorities. See AfwmczpaZ
  • Loch Sloy Hydro-Electric Scheme, 37 “ Lochgoil,” M.S., Salvage of, 317 Locks and Latches for Doors, Specification, 322
  • — New, for Panama Canal, 462
  • Lockheed Hydraulic Remote-Control- GeaT for
  • Boiler Draught Fans, 608* Locomotives Available on British Railways, 86
  • — British, Conversion to Oil Firing, 207, 279 —- Building and Repair by Southern Railway,
  • 413*, 454*
  • — Diesel-Engined, 191
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Coal and Its
  • Post-War Carriage on British Railways, by H. Kelway-Bamber, 134; Tritton Lecture on Locomotive Limitations, by J. S Tritton, 190*; Presidential Address, by F. S. Whalley, on “Liberation” Locomotives, 399
  • — “ Garth Hall,” Oil-Burning Equipment, 416
  • — Gas-Turbine, Coal-Burning (Allis-Chalmers
  • Manufacturing Co.), 462
  • — 2,500-h.p. Gas-Turbine Electric-Transmis
  • sion, Great Western Railway, 523
  • — Great Western, Railway, Passenger and Freight, Oil Fuel for 134
  • — •— Western Railway, Coal Consumption, 318
  • — 4-6-4 Type, High-Pressure (Swiss Locomotive Co.), 191*
  • — Historic, Preservation by London Midland and Scottish Railway, 111
  • — “ Liberation," Design of, 399
  • — Limitations in Power, Weight, Size and
  • Speed, 190*
  • — " Merchant Navy ” Class, Southern Railway, 21*, 44*, 414*. See LETTER, 112*
  • — Oil versus Coal for, 257
  • — 44-b.h.p. Oil Engined, for Mining Work (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 488*
  • — Passenger, “ A2 ” Class, London and North
  • Eastern Railway, 175*
  • — — Oldest British, 113
  • — Shunting, Operating Costs of, 445
  • — Steam, Oil and Electric, Relative Efficiencies
  • of, 257
  • — 2-6-4 Type Tank, for Northern Ireland, 403*
  • — Twelve-Cylinder, Columbian National Railways, 190
  • — See also RaiZways in PARAGRAPH INDEX London Building Law (Review), 484
  • — City Council, Report on Reconstruction, 40
  • — County Council, Poplar Power Station and
  • Atmospheric Pollution, 135
  • — Midland and Scottish Railway, Improvements at Welwyn Garden City Station, 9* ; Preservation of Historic Locomotives, 111; The Railway at War (Review), 171; Carriages of Royal Train, 212*; Investigation on Temperature Strains in Structural Members, 265* ; Conversion of Locomotives to Oil Burning, 279 ; Centenary of Lancaster-Oxenholme and Kendal Lines, 303; 2-6-4 Type Tank Locomotives, 403* ; Centenary of Bedford-Bletchley Railway, 471; Transport of Turbo-Generator Stator, 546; Track and Water-Trough Renewals, 571; Centenary of West-Coast Route, 615
  • — and North Eastern Railway, Use of Flat-
  • Bottomed Rails, 115* ; “ A2 ” Class
  • Passenger Locomotive, 175*; Traffic- Control System, 514; Transport of Turbo-Generator Stator, 546; Tanfield Branch, World’s Oldest Railway, 595
  • — Old Bond Street, Fluorescent Lamp Installation, 526*
  • — Passenger Transport Board, Steel Shoe
  • Beam for, 185*; Decision on “ Closed Shop,” 207; Repair and Maintenance of Signal Relays, 276 ; Automatic Pneumatic Indexing Drilling Jig, 440*; Conversion of Neasden Power Station to Oil Firing, 448; Reconstruction of 60-ft. Skew Bridge on Metropolitan Railway, 451* ; Liverpool Street to Stratford Railway Extension, 485, 543
  • Transport Board. See also Underground
  • — Plan and London Traffic, Conference on, 255,
  • 278, 294, 318, 342, 405. See LETTER, 353
  • — Royal School of Mines, Work of Mining
  • Research Laboratory, 231
  • — Traffic and London Plan, Conference on, 255,
  • 278, 294, 318, 342, 405. See LETTER, 353
  • — Underground Railways. See Underground
  • and London Passenger Transport Board
  • Long, F. D., on Electricity-Supply Companies and Nationalisation, 233. See 111 Lorries. See Motor Vehicles; Tractors Loubser, M. M., Royal Train for South Africa, 522*
  • Louisville and Nashville Railroad, Raising
  • Bridge Over Tennessee River, 457* Lubricating Oils. See OiZs
  • Lubrication System, Southern Railway Locomotives, 44*
  • MACDONALD, F. A., & Partners (Glasgow).
  • Ltd., Ruchazie Reservoir, 307
  • Mac. See also Me
  • Machines, Primitive, Origin of, 388. See LETTERS, 448, 520
  • Machine Shop Equipment, Ltd., Internal-
  • Thread Comparator, 55* See Works and Machine Tools
  • — Testing. See Testing Machine and Tests (Materials)

Machine Tools :

  • Angle Collet Fixture (W. H. Marley & Co., Ltd.), 246*
  • — Setting Plate (W. H. Marley & Co. , Ltd.), 246*
  • Bolt-Driving and Punching Gun, Submersible (Temple Cox Development Co., Ltd.), 597*
  • Boring Machine with Planer-Type Table (H. W. Kearns & Co., Ltd.), 511*
  • Broaching Machines, Tools and Practice, 485, 534*. See LETTERS, 544, 593
  • Codling Media for Broaching Machines, 535 See LETTERS, 544, 593
  • Cutting Tools, Measuring Temperature of Tips, 435*
  • for Stainless Steels, Investigation on, 526*
  • Drilling Jig, Automatic Pneumatic-Indexing (C. E. Bench), 440*
  • — and Milling Machines, Jig (Sigma
  • Instrument Co., Ltd.), 392*
  • Extrusion Machine, Screw, Mechanical Principles of, 358*
  • Gear-Cutting Methods, for Turbine Gears, 615
  • Grinding Attachment, Tap (Speed Tools, Ltd.), 211*
  • — Machine, Cylindrical, for Small Parts (Truvox Engineering Co., Ltd.), 597
  • — — for Pistons (A. Scrivener, Ltd.), 186*
  • — — for Table-Knife Shoulders (A. A.
  • Jones & Shipman, Ltd.), 561*
  • Twist-Drill (A. A. Jones & Shipman, Ltd.), 152*
  • — Wheel Markings, Standardisation of, 269
  • Hydraulic Press. See Press (below) Indexing Attachment, Precision (W. H. Marley & Co., Ltd.), 585*
  • — Drilling Jig, Automatic, Pneumatic (C. E. Bench), 440*
  • Lathe, 13-in. “ Speedi-Matic ” (Monarch Machine Tool Co.), 91*
  • Levelling Machines, Roller, for Armour Plate (Head, Wrlghtson & Co., Ltd.), 56*
  • Machine-Shop Management. See Works Management
  • — Tool Design, Conference, 327
  • — — Industry, British, Future of, 303
  • See LETTER, 376
  • — — at Prague Fair, 546
  • Machining of Stainless Steels, Investigation on)526*
  • Milling Cutters, Adjustable Spacer for (Euco Tools, Ltd.), 18*
  • — and Drilling Machines, Jig (Sigma
  • Instrument Co., Ltd.), 392*
  • — Machines, Knee Type (Cincinnati Milling Machines, Ltd.), 319*
  • — — Universal Tool-Room (Sentinel Engi
  • neering Co., Ltd.), 345*
  • Pneumatic Impact Wrenches (Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.), 128*
  • Press, Hydraulic, for Transfer Moulding of Plastics, 238*
  • Punching and Bolt-Driving Gun, Submersible (Temple Cox Development Co., Ltd.), 597*
  • Riveting Machine, Electrical, Device for Molybdenum-Steel Riveting (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 561
  • Screw Extrusion Machine, Mechanical Principles of, 358*
  • Tool and Gauge Advisory Council, Formation of, 543
  • — Tip Temperature, Method of Measuring, 435*
  • Valve Re-seating Apparatus, “ Gomer- Jenkins,” 319
  • See also PARAGRAPH INDEX Machine Work. See Machine Tools Machinery, Dangerous, Electrical Control of, 494
  • — Markets in Canada, 151
  • Magnesium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Magnesium Elektron, Ltd., Fire-Fighting Trials on Magnesium-Base Alloys, 481*
  • Magnets, Permanent, Condenser-Discharge Magnetiser for, 145*
  • for Electrical Measuring Instruments, 234 Magnetic Materials for Electricity-Supply Meters, 441
  • — Mine, Marine, and Degaussing Exhibition,
  • 78, 129
  • — Tests Used for Testing Materials, 41*. See LETTER, 112
  • Magnetical Observations at Royal Observatories, 316
  • Magnetiser, Condenser-Discharge, for Permanent Magnets, 145*
  • Magnetism and Testing of Materials, 41*. See LETTER 112
  • "Magnificent,” H.M. Battleship, 1915-1917, 73, 147.* See LETTER, 448
  • Mains, Electric. See Cables under Electric
  • — Underground, Electricity, Water and Gas, Location of, 136
  • Mallik, Dr. A. K., on Removal of Hydrogen from Steel, 545
  • Malta Dockyard, War Work In, 461
  • Management of Electricity-Supply Undertaking, 6
  • — Industrial, Labour’s Share in. See Labour
  • — of Works. See Works Management Manchester University, Early History, 135
  • — Wythenshawe Housing Estate, Electricity and Heat Supply to, 30; District-Heating Scheme, 614
  • Manganese in High-Sulphur Cast Iron, 545, 598*, 621*
  • Manley, R. G., on Transition Curve Trigonometry, 544. See 409*
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods in. See Works Management
  • " Manxman,” H.M. Aircraft Carrier, 28, 49* ‘\Marathon ” Civil-Transport Aeroplane, 258* Margolis, A. E., on District Heating on Continent, 614
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery, Whale-Oil Factory Ship “ Balaena,” 393
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Corrosion, Paints for Prevention of, 569
  • — Engines. See Engines; Turbines; Marine Propulsion
  • — Engineers, Institute of, Memorial Headquarters, 113; Election of Members, 202, 448, 538; Presidential Address, by Sir A. L. Ayre, Review of Ship Propulsion, 271, 294
  • — Engineering, Boiler Trials in H.M.S.
  • “Minerva,” 73
  • Industry, Italian, Position of, 173
  • Industry, Position of, 271, 294
  • and Naval Architecture, Bibliography of (Review), 268
  • — Propulsion, Gas-Turbine, Researches by
  • Sulzer Brothers, Ltd., 69*, 117*
  • 160,000-s.h.p. Geared Turbines, S.8. “ Queen Elizabeth,” 379
  •  ? Machinery for Merchant Ships, 271, 412
  • Machinery of United States Reserve Ships, Preservation of, 140
  • Marine-Engineering Industry in Italy, Position of, 173
  • Marine Engineering Industry, Position of, 271,294
  • 4,000-b.h.p. Opposed-Piston Oil Engine, 70*
  • — — 280-s.h.p. Petter Oil Engine, M.S.
  • “ Flintlock,” 151*
  • Review of, 173, 271, 294
  • — — 8,000-l.h.p. Triple-Expansion Engines,
  • S.S. “ Balaena,” 393
  • — — Turbine-Gear Manufacture and Measurement, 615
  • 4-h.p. Two-Cylinder Petrol-Driven Propulsion Unit (British Motor Boat Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 537*
  • See also Engines; Turbines; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Radar Equipment, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., 79*
  • — Salvage. See Salvage
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Manne Propulsion
  • “ Mariner ” Inboard Propulsion Unit, 537* Markets. See Trade and PARAGRAPH INDEX Marley, W. H., & Co., Ltd.', Angle-Setting Plate, 246* ; Angle Collet Fixture, 246* ; “ Marlco ” Indexing Attachment, 585*
  • Martin, J. C., on Underground Railways and London Planning, 318. See 278. See LETTER, 353
  • “ Marwarri,” S.S., Salvage of, 317
  • Materials, Strength of. See Stress and Tests (Materials)
  • Mathematical Tables, Index to (Review), 365
  • — Theory of Elasticity (Review), 507
  • Mather and Platt, Ltd., Pumping Equipment for Beenham’s Heath Pumping Station, 53
  • Matheson., J. R., on Railway Gauge Act, 1846, 353. See 160. See LETTERS, 208, 280
  • Matter, Atomic Particles and Light Quanta, 478*, 502*. See Errata, 536
  • Matthews, L. J., on Development of Electricity Supply Meters, 441
  • Maunsell, G. A., Welded Steel Tubular Bridges, 391*
  • McLean, D., on Antimonial Brass, 281
  • Me. See also Mac
  • Measuring Instruments, Electrical, Development of, 234; Report on, 308
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of :
  • Election of Members, 10, 82,106,130,178, 202, 226, 250, 298, 394, 562, 586, 610
  • Annual Dinner, 399
  • Amalgamation with Institution of Automobile Engineers, 113
  • Lectures on Development of Internal-Combustion Turbine (Review), 208
  • London Meetings, Winter Session :
  • Some Notes on “ Merchant Navy" Class Locomotives for Southern Railway by O. V. S. Bulleid, 21*, 44*. See LETTER,112*
  • Progress in United States towards Unification of Screw-Thread Practice, by W. L. Batt, 254
  • Presidential Address, by O. V. S. Bulleid, on Mechanical Engineering on Southern Railway, 413*, 454*. See 309
  • Hawksley Lecture on Research and Development Applied to Bomb Disposal, by Dr. H. J. Gough, 495
  • Aircraft Propulsion, by F. M. Green and
  • J. E. Wallington, 543. See 570, 593
  • Feed Distribution and Hunting in Marine Water-Tube Boilers, by H. Hillier, 548*, 573*. See 472, 498, 521. See LETTER,592*
  • Free-Piston Compressor Engines, by H. O. Farmer, 567, 617
  • Application of Steam Power to Agricultural Purposes, by S. J. Wright, 591
  • Progress in Turbine-Gear Manufacturing in Recent Years, by A. Sykes, 615
  • Measurement of Errors in Gears for Turbine Reduction Drives, by C. Timms, 615
  • Future of Pulverised-Coal Firing in Great Britain, by C. H. Sparks, 615
  • Mechanical Engineers, Institution of
  • —continued. Papers for Written Discussion:
  • Transfer Moulding, by M. Freund, 237* Discharge Tests on Archimedean Screw, by
  • A. C. Donaldson, 309* Efficiency and Cavitation of Fluid Machines, by Lt.-Col. H. H. Anderson, 334*
  • Meteorological Aspects of Space Heating, by R. Grierson, 349
  • Mechanical Principles of Screw Extrusion Machine, by Z. Rogowsky, 358*
  • Mechanical Engineering, Training for, 64 on Southern Railway, Recent Examples, 413*, 454*
  • — Traction on Roads. See Roads; Motor
  • Vehicles; Tractors
  • Mechanisms, Primitive, Origins of, 388. See LETTERS, 448, 520
  • Medical Research Council, Instructions on Environmental Warmth and its Measurement, 38
  • Melchett Medal, Presentation to Sir J. Chadwick, 375
  • Melling, C. T., on Unifying Electricity Supply Tariffs, 31
  • Melville, Dundas & Whitson, Ltd., Rucliazie Reservoir, 307
  • “ Merchant Navy ” Class Locomotives, Southern Railway, 21*, 44*, 414*. See LETTER, 112*
  • — Ships. See Ships ; Steamers ; Motorships
  • — Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • “ Merlin 620, 1,165-b h.p., 12-Cylinder, Aero Engine, 117
  • Metals, Anti-Friction. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • — Fatigue of. See Fatigue under Tests (Ma
  • terials)
  • — Finishing Processes, Future Research Work on, 572

Metals, Institute of :

  • Autumn Meeting, London:
  • Programme, 154
  • Nomination of Officers, 281 Reports of Discussions, 281, 305, 329 Luncheon, 330
  • Inert Atmospheres as Fatigue Environments, by Dr. H. J. Gough and D. G. Sopwith, 197. See 330
  • Resistance to Corrosion by Sea Water of Some Alpha-Tin and Alpha-Tin-Aluminium Bronzes, by Dr. J. W. Cuthbertson, 270, 329
  • Antimonial 70:30 Brass, by D. McLean and Dr. L. Northcott, 281
  • Hot-Tearing Tendencies of Aluminium
  • Casting Alloys, by D. C. G. Lees, 305 Application of Some Thermodynamic Principles to Liquidus Surfaces of Alloys of Aluminium with Magnesium, Silicon and Iron, by H. W. L. Phillips, 306 Ageing of High-Purity Aluminium Alloy
  • Containing 4 per cent, of Copper, by Dr. M. L. V. Gayler, 306 Cold-Working of High-Purity Aluminium
  • Alloy Containing 4 per cent. Copper, and its Relation to Age-Hardening, by Dr. M. L. V. Gayler, 306
  • Control of Internal Stresses in Heat- Treated Aluminium Alloy Parts, by
  • L. E. Benson, 463. See 306
  • Inverse Segregation in Cast Magnesium
  • Alloys, by R. J. M. Payne, 307 Intercrystalline Corrosion of Aluminium-Magnesium Alloy Rivets, by G. J. Metcalfe, 307
  • Capillary Flow in Soldering Process and Some Measurements of the Penetration Coefficients of Soft Solders, by Dr. A. Latin, 329
  • Physical Properties and Temper-Hardening Characteristics of Copper-Nickel-
  • Manganese Alloys, by Drs. M. Cook and W. O. Alexander, 330
  • Metals, Non-Ferrous, Federation, British, Annual Report, 7
  • Ferrous, Research Association, British, Hot Tearing of Aluminium Alloys, 305; Capillary Flow in' Soldering Process, 329 ; Work of New Department on Metal- Finishing Processes, 572
  • — Structure of. See Microphotographs
  • — Welding. See WeZdiny
  • — See also Metallurgy ; Microphotographs Metallic Corrosion, Passivity and Protection
  • (Review), 484
  • Metallography. See Metals; Metallurgy; Microphotographs
  • Metallurgical and Mining Engineers, American Institute of. See Afimng
  • Metallurgists, Institution of, Election of Officers, 63
  • — and Engineers, Sheffield Society of. See Sheffield

Metallurgy :

  • Alloy, Aluminium, Application of Thermodynamic Principles to Liquidus Surfaces of, 306
  • Casting, Hot Tearing of, 305
  • Heat-Treated, Control of Internal Stresses in, 306, 463
  • Magnesium, Corrosion of Rivets of, 307
  • Porous, Sealing with Resins, 607
  • — Copper-Aluminium, Ageing and Cold Working of, 306
  • Nickel-Manganese, Physical Properties, 330
  • — — Nickel-Silicon, Sintered, for Bearings, 126
  • Phosphorus-Lead-Nickel, Properties of, 438
  • Porous, Sealing with Liquid Synthetic Resins, 607
  • Specification, 106 Tin-Aluminium, Corrosion Resistance of, 270, 329
  • See also Brass ; Bronze ; etc.
  • Alloy, Magnesium-Base, Fire-Fighting Trials of, 481*
  • Dust-Collecting Equipment, (Dal- low, Lambert & Co., Eta.), 464*
  • — — Gas Welding of, Report, 231
  • — — Inverse Segregation Effects in, 307
  • — Nickel-Chromium, “ Nimonic,” for Gas Turbine, 247*. See Errata, 557
  • — Tin-Aluminium-Copper, Corrosion Resistance of, 270, 329
  • Brass. See Brass
  • Bronze. See Bronze
  • Cast Iron. See Cast Iron Coke Ovens. See Coke Ovens Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion Foundry. See Foundry Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces — Metallurgical. See Furnaces Heat-Treatment Furnace for Steel Strip in Coils. 568
  • Gas Carburising of Mild and High- Carbon Steels, 260*, 285*
  • Gaseous Cementation of Mild Steels, 260*, 285*
  • Metals, Tests of. See Tests (Materials) Metallurgy, Ferrous, Recent Developments in, 375
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills Steel Furnaces. See Furnaces — Manufacture, Developments in, 375 Welding. See Welding
  • See also Iron and Steel Institute ; Metals, Institute of ; Microphotographs ; Foundry ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Metcalfe, G. J., on Corrosion of Aluminium- Magnesium Alloy Rivets, 307
  • Meteorological Aspects of Space Heating, 349
  • — Observations at Royal Observatories, 316 Meteorology, Weather Conditions and Space
  • Heating, 349
  • Effect on Radio Transmission, 295 Meter, Heat-Flow, for Use in Furnaces, 497
  • — See also Electric
  • Metropolitan-Cammell Carriage and Wagon Co. Ltd., Railway Carriages for Royal Train for South Africa, 522*
  • — Railway, Reconstruction of 60-ft. Skew
  • Bridge, 451*
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., Marine Radar Equipment, 79*; Lighting System for Cable-Making Factory. 213; Technical News Bulletin, 278. See LETTER, 352; Research Department, Investigation on Internal Stresses in Heat-Treated Aluminium Alloy, 463. See 306; Device for Molybdenum-Steel Riveting, 561
  • — See also London
  • Mexico, Engineering Notes from, 150
  • Microphotographs, Gas-Carburised Mild and High-Carbon Steels, 260*, 285*
  • — High-Sulphur, Low-Manganese Cast Irons,
  • 598*, 621*
  • — Non-Metallic Inclusions in Steel, 142*, 165* Microscope, Hooke’s Work on, 113
  • — Stage, C. Varley’s, 314*
  • Microstructure of Metals. See Microphotographs Mid-Wessex Water Co., Beenham’s Heath Pumping Station, 53
  • Miles Aircraft, Ltd., “ Marathon ” Civil Transport Aeroplane, 258*
  • Milling Machines and Cutters. See Machine Tools
  • Mills, Primitive, Origin of, 388. See LETTERS, 448, 520
  • — Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • Mines, Coal. See Collieries
  • — Marine, and Degaussing Exhibition, Science
  • Museum, 78,129
  • — Safety in, Research Board, Report on Intrin
  • sic Safety of Electrical Apparatus, by G. Allsop, E. M. Gudnault, and A. D. I. Nicol, 462
  • — United States Bureau of. See United States
  • — See also Coal; Collieries; Mining; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Mineral Development Committee, Constitution of, 131
  • — Oils. See Oils
  • — Surface Working, Order on, 206. See Erratum, 227
  • — See also Coal; Mining; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • “ Minerva,” H.M. Cruiser (1914-15), 73*, 147*. See LETTER, 448
  • Mining Engineers, Institution of, Associate- Membership Examination, 159,424
  • — and Metallurgical Engineers, American Institute of, Silicide-Hardened Copper Compacts for Bearings, by F. R. Hensel, E. I. Larsen and E. F. Swazy, 126
  • — Naval, and Degaussing Exhibition, 78,129
  • — Research Laboratory, Work of, 231
  • — See also PARAGRAPH INDEX.
  • Ministry of Labour and National Service. See under Labour
  • — of Supply. See Supply
  • — of Transport. See Transport
  • Minnesota University, Method of Measuring Tool-Tip Temperature, 435*
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton & Day, Ltd., “ Imo ” Screw-Type Pump, 559
  • Missouri River, Garrison Dam on, 295
  • Mixing Machines, Concrete. See Concrete Model Aircraft Display, Langley Aerodrome, 15
  • — of Henry Bell’s “ Comet,” 449*
  • — Engineer Exhibition, Royal Agricultural
  • Hall, 205. See LETTERS, 232, 256
  • — Experiments. See Aeronautics; Tank Experiments
  • Molybdenum in High-Sulphur Cast Iron, 545, 598, 621
  • — Steel Riveting, Device for, 561 “Monarch,” H.M. Cable-Laying Ship, Amplidyne Electrical Control System in, 103*
  • Monarch Machine Tool Co., 10-in. “ Speedi-Matic ” Lathe, 91*
  • Morrogh, H., on Neutralisation of Sulphur in Cast Iron, 598*, 621*. See 545
  • Moscow, International Conference on Radio Frequencies, 399
  • Motor Boat, “ Mariner ” Inboard Propulsion Unit for (British Motor Boat Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 537*

Motor Car Details;

  • Back-Axle for 130-b.h.p. Vehicle (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 274*
  • Clutch, Single Dry-Plate Type (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 273*
  • Gearbox for 130-b.h.p. Engine (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 273*
  • Engines. See Engines, Petrol, Motor Car Motor-Car Engines. See Engines, Petrol Engineers. See Automobile Engineers Gearboxes. See Motor- Car Details Jubilee Cavalcade of, 111
  • — — Speeds in Traffic Lane, 433*. See Erra
  • tum, 475. See LETTERS, 544, 592
  • See also Motor Vehicles ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Electric, Castings and Weldings for, 93*
  • — — Design, German Report on, 503
  • 12,000-h.p. Reversing, Amplidyne Control System for, 104*
  • — Generator, 2,870-kVA Amplidyne Control
  • System for, 104*
  • — Internal-Combustion. See Aeronautics;
  • Engines; Motor Boats; Tractors
  • — Launches. See Motor Boats
  • — Lorries. See Motor Vehicles
  • — Manufacturers and Traders, Society of,
  • Jubilee Cavalcade of Motor Vehicles, 111
  • — Marine. See Engines ; Marine Propulsion ;
  • Motorships
  • — Omnibus, 40-Seater, with All-Metal Body
  • (Brush Coachwork, Ltd.), 465*
  • — Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • — Petrol. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Boats ; Motor Cars ; Tractors
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Truck, Fork-Lift Petrol-Driven, Industrial
  • (Stockport Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 559* ; Demonstration at Central Ordnance Depot, Feltham, 105
  • — — Industrial, Elevating, Petrol-Driven
  • (Douglas (Kingswood), Ltd.), 405*
  • — Vehicle, Amphibious, “ Terrapin II,” Tyre-
  • Pressure Control Gear (J. I. Thomycroft & Co., Ltd.), 296*. See LETTER, 352*
  • Crop-Spraying, with Adjustable Track (County Commercial Cars, Ltd.), 341*. See Addendum, 390
  • with 250-kW Generating Plant and Workshop, 66*
  • Imports into Argentina, 619 Jubilee Cavalcade of, 111
  • 130-b.h.p. (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 272* Motor Lorries versus Steam Lorries, 565
  • — — Speeds in Traffic Lane, 433*. See Erra
  • tum i75. See LETTERS, 544, 592
  • — — Steam Lorry, Report on Position of, 565 25-Cwt., 24-b.h.p. Trojan, 415 Motorships, Air Power-Transmission System
  • for, 583*
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics; 87,
  • 399
  • — “ Flintlock,” Naval Auxiliary, 151*
  • — “ Lochgoil,” Salvage of, 317
  • — “ Samanco,” Salvage of, 328, 437
  • —- “ Ulster Queen," Salvage of, 328, 340
  • — See also Marine Propulsion
  • Moulding Materials, Aminoplastic Synthetic Resin, Specification, 250
  • — Transfer, of Plastics, 237* Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers Municipal and County Engineers, Institution
  • of, Report of Joint Committee on Location of Underground Services, 136
  • — Electrical Association, Incorporated, Jubilee
  • Convention, Blackpool, 5, 30: Presidential Address, by Sir W. Walker, on Electricity Supply and Nationalisation, 5. See 14; Management of Electricity Supply Undertaking, by J. Eccles, 6; Provision of Heat by Electricity Supply Undertaking, and Some Recent Methods of Application, by R. A. S. Thwaites, 30; Possible Means of Unifying and Equating Electricity Supply Tariffs, by C. T. Melling, 31; Attitude Towards Nationalisation of Electricity-Supply Industry, 183
  • Murray, F. T., on Transition Curve Trigonometry: The Ellipse, 409*. See LETTER, 544*
  • Museum, National Maritime, Presentation of “ Swordfish ” Aircraft to, 423
  • — Science, Marine-Mine and Degaussing Exhihibition, 78, 129 ; Reopening of Scientific Collections, 183; Royal Photographic Society’s Exhibition, 279
  • — United States National, Annual Reports, 519
  • — Victoria and Albert, “ Britain-Can-Make
  • Tt ” Exhibition, 87, 303, 443
  • “ NAIRANA,” H.M. Aircraft Carrier, 97*
  • Nash & Thompson, Ltd.. Dipole Rocking Mechanism for Ground Radar, 338*
  • Nasmyth’s Pile Driver, First Use of, 506
  • National Agricultural Advisory Service, Inauguration of, 399
  • — Coal Board, Appointment of, 61, 63, 495
  • — Expenditure, Select Committee, Report on
  • Tank Production, 63
  • — Maritime Museum, Presentation of “ Swordfish” Aircraft to, 423
  • — Physical Laboratory, Aeronautical Research
  • at, 188*, 214*; Investigation on Inert Atmospheres as Fatigue Environments, 197, 330; Ageing and Cold-Working of Copper-Aluminium Alloy, 306 ; Experimental-Tank, Investigation on Frictional Resistance, 454; Automatic Computing Engine, 471
  • Nationalisation of Coal Industry, 61, 63, 495
  • — of Electricity Supply Industry, 5, 14, 111,
  • 183, 233, 495
  • Supply Industry, Attitude of Incorporated Municipal Electrical Association, 183
  • Supply Companies, 111. See LETTER, 233
  • — of Transport, Bill for, 541
  • Natural Gas, Production of Carbon Black from, 54, 76
  • Natural Gas Production in Italy, 403
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics

Naval Architects, Institution of :

  • Scholarships in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, 595
  • Watts Prize for Improving Ships’ Crews Accominodation, 615
  • Joint Autumn Meeting with Institution of Engineers’ and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Glasgow:
  • Programme, 183
  • Inaugural Proceedings,'328 Dinner, 401
  • Visits and Excursions, 401 Reports of Discussions, 328,355, 376,401 Ship Salvage, by G. R. Critchley, 317, 340, 387, 390, 436. See 328
  • Distribution of Load in Longitudinal Strength Calculations, by Prof. G. Vedeler, 376
  • Some Notes on Design of Trawlers and Drifters with Particular Reference to Seaworthiness and Stability, by W. F. Spanner, 377
  • Aircraft Construction in Scotland, by C. A. Oakley, 401
  • Some Ships of Invasion Fleets, with Notes on their Development, by R. Baker, 401
  • Examination of Records of “ Greyhound ” Experiments, by Prof. A. M. Robb, 453*. See 355
  • Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Bibliography of (Review), 268
  • See also Warships
  • — Construction. See Wars/tips
  • — Engineer Officers’ Pay, 601
  • — Mining and Degaussing Material, Exhibition, 78,129
  • — Scientific Service, Organisation of, 159
  • — Warfare. See Warships
  • — See also Warships
  • Navigation, Aerial. See Aerowauticg
  • — Radio, in Merchant Ships, Experiments with, 159
  • Navigational Instruments, Development, 113 Navy, British. See H.M. under Warships
  • — German. See German, under Warships
  • — United States. See United States under
  • Warships
  • — See also Naval; Warships; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Neasden Power Station, Conversion to Oil- Firing, 448
  • Nene Gas-Turbine Engine, 225, 247*. See Errata, 557
  • — Jet Engines for ** 52 AW” Tailless Aircraft, 591
  • Netherland Railways, Restoration of War- Damaged, 79
  • — Recent Ground water Investigations in (Review), 507
  • Neutrons and Atomic Structure, 479. See Errata, 536
  • New London, Connecticut, United States Reserve Submarines at, 138*
  • — Mexico, White Sands, V2 Rocket Tests in, 193*
  • — York, Bascule Bridge over Gowanus Canal, Brooklyn, 25*
  • — Zealand, Wellington Harbour, Annual Report, 567
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Work of North Eastern Engineering Bureau, 328
  • Newcomen Society, Programme of Meetings, 159; Annual Report, 471; World’s Oldest Railway, by C. E. Lee, 595; Account of Birth of Society at Birmingham, 601
  • Newcon Filters, Ltd., Rotary Automatic Self-cleaning Filter, 488*
  • Newhouse, F., on Nile Flood of 1946, 496. See
  • 424. See LETTER, 568
  • Newport Metallurgical Society, Research in Iron and Steel industry, by Sir C. Goodeve, 426*
  • — Monmouthshire, Annealing Plant for Steel Strip at, 568
  • “ Newport News,” United States Cruiser, Air Conditioning in, 439
  • Newton, Isaac, Tercentenary Celebrations, 62 Nicholas, R., on Wythenshawe District-Heating Scheme, 614. See 3.0
  • Nicholls, W. J., on High-Voltage Overhead Lines, 197. See LETTER, 328
  • Nicholson Syphon for Locomotives, 22*
  • Nickel in High-Sulphur Cast Iron, 545, 598,621 Nicol, A. D. I., on Safety of Electrical Apparatus, 462
  • Nile Flood of 1946. 424 See LETTERS, 496, 568 Nimmo, H,, on International Electricity Supply, 449. See Erratum, 467
  • “Nimonic” Nickel-Chromium Alloy for Gas Turbine, 247*. See Errata, 557
  • Nitrogen Atmosphere, Effect on Fatigue Tests of Copper and Brasses, 197, 330
  • —- Reaction to Alpha-Rays, 429*
  • Noel-Baker, P. J., on Control of Atomic Energy, 423
  • Non-Conducting Coverings. See Heat Insulation
  • — Ferrous Metals. See Metals ; Metallurgy
  • Norris, E. T., on Capitalisation of Technical Performance, 302; on Design and Engineering Production, 331
  • North America, Engineering Notes from, 295, 439, 558
  • North British Locomotive Co., Boilers for Southern Railway Locomotives, 22*
  • — East Coast Institution of Engineers and
  • Shipbuilders, Researches on Internal-Combustion Prime Movers, by J. Calder wood, 69*, 117*; Presidential Address, by H. B. R. Rowell, on Economic Problems in Shipping and Shipbuilding, 412; Annual Report, 423
  • North-Eastern Electric Supply Co., Ltd., Lockheed Hydraulic Remote-Control Boiler- Damper Gear, 608*
  • Engineering Bureau, Work of, 328
  • — Notes from, 11, 35, 59, 83, 107, 131, 155,
  • 179, 203, 227, 251, 275, 299, 323, 347, 371,
  • - 395, 419, 443, 467, 491, 515, 539, 563, 587, 611. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, Annual Report, 37; Tariffs, 111; Arran Electricity Supply Schemes, 159; Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 303
  • Northampton Polytechnic, London, Apparatus for Determining Poisson’s Ratio, 52*; Lectures on Fuel and Combustion, 173 : Prospectus, 404
  • Northern Heights Model Flying Club, Meeting at Langley Aerodrome, 15
  • — Ireland', 2-6-4 Tank Locomotive, 403* Report on Roads in, 279
  • Northcott, Dr. X., on Antimonial Brass, 281
  • Northumberland and Durham, Early Railways in, 595
  • Norwich, Heat-Pump Installation, 557
  • Notched-Bar Tests. See Tests (Materials) Notes on New Books. See Books and LITERATURE INDEX
  • — See CZei’eZand; North; South-West; South
  • Yorkshire ; Labour. See also PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Nuclear Energy, Use for Ship Propulsion, 271 Nuts and Bolts, Black, Specification, 586
  • — and Fishbolts for Rails, Specification, 274
  • OAKLEY, C. A., on Aircraft Construction in Scotland, 401

Obituary :

  • - Anson, B. O., 160
  • - Asbridge, H. H., 88
  • - Binns, A., 15, 40*
  • - Bird, Sir J., 207
  • - Boissier, J. S., 160
  • - Bridgen, C. W., 514
  • - Britton, S. E., 40
  • - Callender, Sir G. A. R., 472
  • - Carnegie, Sir F., 136
  • - Chorlton, A. E. L., 354*
  • - Chubb, I. W., 233
  • - Clayton, J., 400
  • - Hamilton, W., 226
  • - Hill, N. 77
  • - Hobart, H. M., 400
  • - Hume, Sir G., 280
  • - Ingram, H. J., 330
  • - Izod, E. G., 354. See LETTER, 400
  • - Jeans, Sir J., 280
  • - Julius, Sir G., 18
  • - Lamb, Prof. E. H., 400
  • - Lemmy, G. K., 496
  • - Oswald, J., 18
  • - Richmond, Adml. Sir H., 616
  • - Roberts, J. N., 347
  • - Rodgers, C., 472
  • - Saunders, E. S., 184
  • - Spence, W. G., 544
  • - Thomson, J., 354
  • - Toulmin, J. H., 75
  • - Tritton, Sir W., 328
  • - Vyvyan, R. N., 616
  • - Watson, J. D., the Late, 519
  • - Williams, S. V., 184
  • - Wood, W., 420
  • - Wuthrich, G., 616
  • Observatory, Greenwich, Astronomer Royal’s Report, 293, 316
  • Ockenden, F. E. J., on Electrical Measuring Instruments, 234
  • Oerlikon Works, Overspeed Test on Rotor of 22,000-kVA Alternator, 333*
  • Office Mechanisation, Standardisation of, 298
  • Oil Burning for British Locomotives, 207, 279
  • — — Equipment for Locomotives, Great Western Railway, 82,134, 416*
  • — Drilling Machinery Demands in South America, 29
  • Engines. See Engines, Oil; Tractors
  • — Firing Scheme for Neasden Power Station 448
  • — Fuel in British Industry, 589 for-Industrial Plants, 133
  • — Lubricating, Filters for, 399
  • — Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Vehicles ; Tractors
  • — Production from Coal in Germany, 448
  • — Switches. See Switchgear
  • — Tank Steamer “ Laristan,” Salvage of, 328, 378
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — See also Lubrication ; Petroleum Oilfields, Caribbean, Technical Mission to, 155 Old Bond Street, London, Fluorescent- Lamp
  • Installation, 526* Omnibus ,\Motor. See Motor Omnibus Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission,
  • Annual Report, 374 Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace Opening Bridges. See Bridges
  • Opperman, S. E., on Tyre-Pressure Control Gear. 352*. See 296*
  • Optical Glass. See Glass
  • — Instruments, Development of, 113, 127
  • — — in Industry and War, 327, 343, 366 Ordnance. See Guns; Warships Organic Chemistry. See Chemistry Oscillograph. See Electric.
  • Oswald, J., the Late, 18 Ovens, Coke. See Coke Ovens •
  • — Domestic, Electric, Specification, 370
  • Overhead Lines, Power Transmission, Behaviour of Red-Fir Poles for, 268
  • Power Transmission, Development -of Grid System, 423
  • — — Power Transmission, in Germany during . War Time, 583, 606
  • Power Transmission, High-Voltage, Design of, 197. See LETTER, 328!)
  • Power Transmission, Irish, Lightning Surges on, 619
  • Power Transmission, in South Africa, 326 Power Transmission, in South-West
  • Wales, 176*, 199* ?
  • Power Transmission, 11 kV, Specification, 182, 202
  • Power Transmission, Supports for, 233* ! Power Transmission, in Sweden, 255
  • Overhead Lines, Power Transmission, Wave
  • Propagation Along, 547
  • Owens, J., Centenary of, and History of Owens College, 135 .
  • Oxy-Acetylene Welding'. See Welding.
  • PACEY, J. J., on Cult of the Model, 232. See 205. See LETTER, 256
  • Pacific Ocean, Tidal Waves in, Proposed Warning System, 355
  • “ Pacitor ” Fuel Gauge for Aircraft, 31*
  • " Packaging ” of United States Reserve Fleets, 138*
  • Paints, Anti-Corrosive and Anti-Fouling, for Ships’ Bottoms, Tests of, 569
  • Pallot, A. C., on District Heating on Housing Estates, 614
  • Pametrada Research Station, Wallsend-on Tyne, 559*
  • Panama Canal, Annual Reports, 462
  • Paper Tubes, Synthetic-Resin Bonded, Specification, 226
  • Paraffin Engines. See Engines, OiZ
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Paris, International Techn’raJ Congress, Programme, 67
  • — Sixth International Congress for Applied
  • Mechanics. See Applied Mechanics, Sixth International Congress for
  • Parsons, C. A., & Co., Ltd., Transport of 130- ton Turbo-Generator Stator to Birmingham, 546
  • Parsons, Sir C. A., and Optical-Glass Making, Parsons Lecture on Optical Glass in War, 327, 343, 366
  • — and Marine Engineering Turbine Research
  • and Development Association, Research Station, Wallsend-on-Iyne, 559*
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Patent Agents, Chartered, Institute of, Statement on British Industrial Property in Enemy Countries, 150
  • — European, Concerning Compressors, Air
  • Pumps, Blowers, etc., Index of (Review), 196 t
  • — Record, 24*, 48* ,72*, 96*, 120*, 144*, 168*,
  • 192*, 216*, 240*, 264*, 288*, 312*, 336*, 360*, 384*, 408*, 432*, 456*, 480*, 504* 528*, 552*, 576*, 600*, 624*.. See PATENT RECORD INDEX
  • Paterson Engineering Co., Ltd., Water-Softening Plant for Beenham’s Heath Pumping Station, 53
  • Paul, R., Work on Scientific Instruments, 127 Payne, R. J. M., on Inverse Segregation in Cast Magnesium Alloys, 307
  • “ Pegasus,” H.M. Aircraft Carrier, 97*
  • Peissi, P., on Construction and Tests of Steel Silos for Grain, 247
  • Penley, W. H., on Scanning Equipment for Ground Radar, 337*
  • Percival-Lane, Runcorn, Substation, 90-MVA Reactors, 344*
  • Periodicals, Lack of Co-ordination between Reference Libraries, 448
  • Permanent Magnets. See Magnets
  • — Way, Curve Re-alignment on East Indian Railway (Review), 339
  • Renewal on Southern Railway, 332
  • Perrin, J. F., on “ Engynes,” 448. See 388. See J^ETTEK 520
  • Personal, 10, 34,’58,82,106,130,154,178,202, 226,250,274, 298, 322, 346, 379, 394, 418, 442, 466, 466, 490, 514, 538, 562, 586, 610
  • Peru, Engineering Notes from, 29, 258
  • Pest Control, Ltd., Demonstration of Chemical Destruction of Agricultural Pests, 65; High-Clearance Crop-Spraying Motor Vehicles, 341*. See Addendum, 390
  • Petrol-Handling Plant, United States Airport in Azores, 292*
  • — Motors. See Aeronautics ; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Cars; Motor Boats ; Tractors
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Petroleum Warfare Department, Fog-Dispersal Investigations, 567
  • — See also OiZ; Engines, Oil
  • Philip & Son, Ltd., Naval Auxiliary M.S. “Flintlock,” 151*
  • Philips Lamps, Ltd., 1,000-Watt Amplifier, 34
  • Phillip's, H. W. L., on Application of Thermodynamical Principles to Liquidus Surfaces of Alloys, 306
  • Phosphate Coatings on Steel, Specification, 370 Photo-Elastic Stress Analysis, Development, Group for, 303. See LETTER, 160
  • — Elasticity, Society for Development ,160,303
  • — Electric Effect and Atomic Particles, 502*.
  • See Errata, 536
  • Photographic Society, Royal, Exhibition at Science Museum, 279
  • Photomicrographs. See Microphotographs Physical Laboratory. See NaZtonaZ Physical
  • — Society, Celebration of Jubilee of Electron,
  • 514
  • Physics, Atomic-Energy Research Laboratories, United, States, 558
  • — — Particles and Light Quanta, 478*, 502*.
  • See Errata, 536
  • Structure and Transmutation, 406*, 429*
  • — Gamma Radiography, Technique of, 169*
  • — Institute of, Celebration of Jubilee of Electron, 514
  • — See also Physical Society and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Pier for Railway Bridge over Tennessee River, Enlargement of, 457*
  • Pilcher, P., Gliding Experiments by, 401
  • Pile Driver, Nasmyth’s, First Use.of, 506
  • Pinder, H. W., on Non-Metallic Inclusions in Steel, 141*, 165*. See 545
  • Pipe-Bend Angles, Formulae for Calculation, 400*
  • —- Branch Pieces, Reinforcement of, 1*, 217*, 508*, 529*, 553*, 577*, 605*. See Erratum, 562
  • — Flue, Cast Iron, Specification, 82.
  • Pipes, Lead, Specification, 10
  • Pipe, Non-Ferrous Metal for Boilers, Specification 226
  • — Perforated, Flow in, 472, 548*
  • — Silicon-Iron, Acid-Resisting, Specification, 441
  • — Steam. See Steam Pipes
  • — Steel, and Rain-Water Gutters, Specification, 154
  • — See also Tubes
  • Pipework, Reinforcement of Branch Pieces, 1*, 217*, 508*, 529*, 553*, 577*. See Erratum, 562
  • Piping, Steam, Molybdenum-Steel, Cracking of, Report on, 209
  • Piston-Grinding Machine (A. Scrivener, Ltd.), 186*
  • Pitches, Coal-Tar, Specification, 346
  • Pivots for Electrical Measuring Instruments, 234
  • Plastic Covering for United States Naval Gun Mountings, 138*
  • — Strain in Isotropic Strain-Hardening Material, 381*
  • Plastics, Synthetic Materials for (Review), 171
  • — Transfer Moulding of, 237*
  • Plating, Electro. See Electro
  • — Stiffened, Effective Flange Width in Longitudinal Bending, 603*
  • Play Indicator, H. D. Adam’s, 512*. See LETTER,568
  • Plough, Mounted, for Tractor Farming (Ransomes, Sims and Jefferies, Ltd.), 536*
  • Pneumatic Conveying and Elevating of Grain (Review), 339
  • — Impact Wrenches (Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.), 128*
  • — Tools. See AZac/zine Tools
  • — See also Air Compressor
  • Poisson’s Ratio, Method of Determining, 52*
  • Poles, Red-Fir, Behaviour under Electrical Stress, 268
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, for Overhead Lines, 233*
  • Concrete, Specification; 10
  • Pollution, Atmospheric, and Fuel Problem, 22
  • from Power Stations, 135
  • Polytechnic. See Education
  • Polythene, Discovery, Production and Applications of, 388
  • Pope, J. A., on Rate of Strain of Mild Steel, 304*. See 171*. See LETTER, 376
  • Poplar Power Station, Prevention of Atmospheric Pollution by, 135
  • Port of Aden, Report, 380
  • Portable Engine. See Engine
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools Portobello Power Station Extensions, 164
  • Portsmouth Dockyard, War Work in, 461
  • Portugal, United States Airport in Azores, 289*
  • Positrons and Atomic Structure, 480. See Errata, 536
  • Post Office, Faraday Building, London, Telephone Developments at,<79
  • Powders, Luminiscent, for Discharge Lamps, 475, 500*, 524*
  • Powdered Coal. See Pulverised Coal
  • Power Converter, Freeborn, for Locomotives, 191*
  • Power Jets (Research and Development), Ltd., Transfer of Functions to National Gas-Turbine Establishment, 11
  • — Plant, Hydro-Electric, in Argentina (Review), 51
  • — — Hydro-Electric, in Canada, 64, 374
  • Hydro-Electric, Glen Affric Scheme, 303
  • Hydro-Electric, in Great Britain, 199, 450
  • — — Hydro-Electric, in Italy, 90
  • Hydro-Electric, in Ontario, 374. See 64
  • Hydro-Electric, on River Uruguay, Proposed, 257
  • Hydro-Electric, Rutenberg, Palestine, 242*
  • Hydro Electric, Salto Grande, 460
  • Hydro-Electric, for Scotland, 37, 303'
  • Hydro-Electric, in Sweden, 255
  • See also Power Stations ; Power, Water ; Substations
  • — Press. See Machine Tools
  • — for Ship Propulsion. See Afymne Propulsion,
  • — Sources of Energy for, 199
  • — Station, Electric, Arrangements for Load-
  • Shedding, 327
  • Electric, and Atmospheric Pollution, 135 Electric, Birmingham, Annual Accounts, 87
  • — — Electric, British, Extensions to, 231
  • Electric, Capitalisation of Technical Performance, 302
  • Electric, Coal Consumption by, 350,430*
  • Electric, Electricity Commissioners’ Engineering and Financial Statistics, 590
  • — •— Electric, German, in War Time, 582, 606 Electric, in Italy, 90
  • Electric, Kearsley, Extensions to, 402
  • —- —- Electric, Kingston-upon-Hull, Report, 135
  • Electric,, Neasden, Conversion to Oil Firing, 448
  • — — Electric, Portobello, Extensions to, 164
  • — — Electric, Power Supply for Auxiliary Services, 542
  • Electric, and Progress in Electrification, 350, 430*
  • — — Electric, Projected, in North-West England, 616
  • Electric, Shortage of Generating Plant, 327
  • — — Electric, in South Africa, 326
  • Electric,in South-West Wales, 176*,. 199* Electric, in Sweden; 255
  • Electric,2500-kW Transportable, Water- Tube Boiler for, 270*
  • See also Power Plants ; Substations
  • —- Steam, for Power-Station Auxiliary Services, 542
  • Utilisation for Agricultural Purposes, 591
  • — Supply, Electric, for Arc Welding, Report on, 446
  • — — Electric, Arrangements for Load-Shedding, 327
  • Electric, Birmingham, Annual Accounts, 87
  • Power Supply, Electric Companies, Attitude towards Nationalisation, 111, 495. See LETTER, 233
  • Electric, Development of Grid System, 423
  • Electric, Development of MeterB for, 441 Electric, Developments in North-West England, 616
  • Electric, Use in District Heating, Recent Methods, 30
  • Electric, Effect of Plant Shortage on Interruptions, 615
  • Electric, Effect of Shortage of Coal Supplies, 279
  • Electric, Electricity Commissioners’ Statistics, 392, 543, 590
  • Electric, on Farms in England and Wales, 210
  • Electric, for Fluorescent Lamps, 475, 500*, 524*
  • Electric, Gas, and Coal-Consumption, Compulsory Economies in Industry, 567
  • Electric, in Germany during War Time, 582, 606
  • Electric, International, 449. See Erratum, 467
  • Electric, Isle of Arran, 159
  • Electric, in Italy, 90
  • Electric, Kingston-upon-Hull, Report, 135 Electric, Lancashire, 402
  • Electric, Nationalisation of Industry, 5, 14, 111, 183, 495. Sec LETTER, 233
  • — — Electric, North Scotland, 37, 111 303 Electric, in Ontario, Report, 374
  • — — Electric, for Power-Station Auxiliary
  • Services, 542
  • — — Electric, Production and Utilisation of,
  • 350, 430*, 537
  • Electric, and Progress in Electrification, 350, 430*
  • Electric, Scotland, Tariffs for, 111
  • Electric, and Shortage of Generating Plant, 327
  • Electric, in South Africa, 326
  • Electric, in South-West Wales, Plant and Equipment, 176*, 199*
  • Electric, Standard 11-kV Transmission
  • Lines for, 182, 202
  • Electric, in Sweden, 255
  • — — Electric, in Textile Industry, Report on
  • Progress, 177
  • Electric Undertakings, Loans to, Report on, 207
  • Electric Undertaking, Management of, 6 Electric, Unifying Tariffs for, 31
  • Electricity, Warnings of Interruptions, 447
  • — Tidal, in Great Britain, 222
  • — Transmission, Overhead Lines, Behaviour of
  • Red-Fir Poles for, 268
  • Overhead Lines, Development of Grid System, 423
  • Overhead Lines in Germany During War Time, 583, 606
  • Overhead Lines, High-Voltage, Design of, 197. See LETTER, 328
  • — — Overhead Lines, Lightning Surges on, 629 Overhead Lines, Reinforced-Concrete
  • Poles, Specification, 10
  • — — Overhead Lines, Reinforced-Concrete
  • Supports for, 233*
  • — — Overhead Lines, in Union of South Africa,
  • 32.6
  • Overhead Lines in South-West Wales, 176*, 199*
  • Overhead Lines', 11-kV, Specification, 182, 202
  • — — Overhead Lines, Present and Future, in
  • Sweden, 255
  • Overhead Lines, Wave Propagation
  • Along, 547
  • — — See also Gearing ; Marine Propulsion
  • — Water in Argentina (Review), 51
  • in Canada, Municipal and Industrial Development of, 64, 374
  • — — in Great Britain, 199, 450
  • rin Sweden, 255
  • — — See also Hydraulic; Power Plants,
  • Hydro-Electric; Turbines, Hydraulic
  • — World, and Atomic Energy, Impact on
  • Internationa) Relations (Review), 101
  • Prague International Fair, Engineering Exhibits at, 546
  • Presidential Address to Association of Special Libraries and Information Bureaux, by Sir R. Stradling, on Information Services, • 278. See LETTER, 352
  • to Association of Supervising Electrical
  • Engineers, by H. Nimmo, on International Electricity Supply, 449. See Erratum, 467 to British Cast Iron Research Association, by Dr. H. Hartley, on Cast Iron Research, 595
  • — — to / Incorporated Municipal Electrical
  • Association, by Sir W. Walker, on Nationalisation of Electricity Supply, 5. See 14.
  • to Institute of Marine Engineers, by Sir A. L. Ayre, Review of Ship Propulsion, 271, 294
  • to Institute of Welding, by A. Dyson, on
  • Welding in Great Britain, 356
  •  ? to Institution of Civil Engineers, by Sir W.
  • Halcrow, on Work of Institution, 447, 473
  • — — to Institution of Electrical Engineers, by
  • V. Z. de Ferranti, on Production and Utilisation of Electrical Energy, 430* See 350, 351
  • to Institution of Locomotive Engineers, by F. S. Whalley, on “ Liberation ” Locomotives, 399
  • to Institution of Mechanical Engineers, by O. V. S. Bulleid, on Mechanical Engineering on Southern Railway, 413*, 454*. See 309
  • to Junior Institution of1 Engineers, by Major-General A. W. Sproull, on Inspection, 591
  • to North East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, by H. B. R. Rowell, on Economic Problems in Shipping and Shipbuilding, 412
  • .to West of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute, by Dr. J. W. Donaldson, on Recent Developments in Ferrous Metallurgy, 375
  • Press. See Machine Tools
  • Pressure-Controlled Cabin of “Tudor 1”
  •  ? Aircraft, 7*
  • Pressure Head for Electronic Engine Indicator, 363*
  • — Recording Instrument, Depth of Sea, 313*
  • Price, Sergt. B., on Used Copies of ENGINEERING for Forces, 88
  • Primary Battery. See CeH under Electric
  • Primitive Mechanisms, Origins of, 388. See LETTERS, 448, 520
  • Processes, Dangerous, Electrical Control of, 494 Producer Gas, Filters for, Experiments on, 231
  • — Plant, Gas, Beenham’s Eeath Pumping
  • Station, 53
  • — Power-Gas, Free-Piston, for Gas Turbine,
  • Sulzer Brothers, Ltd., 117*
  • Production Census, Bill for, 567
  • — Control, Introduction to (Review), 459
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Wolverhampton
  • Birmingham and Leicester Sections, Broaching Machine Tools and Practice, by E. P. Edwards, 485, 534*. See LETTERS, 544, 593
  • — Engineering, and Design, 331
  • Research Association, Inauguration, 543
  • Professional Classes Aid Council, Annual Report, 63
  • — Engineers’ Employment Bureau, 160. See LETTER, 184
  • — Union, Proposed, 568
  • Profit Sharing. See Labour
  • Property, British Industrial, in Enemy Countries, Administration of, 150
  • Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion; Engines; Turbines
  • Protons and Atomic Structure, 479. See Errata, 536
  • Provincial Electric Supply Association, Attitude to Nationalisation, 111, 495. See LETTER, 233
  • Pulverised-Coal Firing in Great Britain, Future of, 615
  • — Fuel, Conference on, 1947, 92
  • Pumps, Air, Index of European Patents for (Review), 196
  • See also Air Compressors
  • — and Blowers, Centrifugal, Theory of, 16*
  • — Borehole, Beenham’s Heath Pumping
  • Station, 53
  • — Centrifugal, Efficiency and Cavitation of,
  • 334*
  • — Chain, in Devonport Dockyard, 506*
  • — Heat, Application of, 557 '
  • — Metering and Proportioning (P. Brother
  • hood, Ltd.), 417*
  • — Oil, for “ Theseus I ” Propeller Gas-Turbine
  • Aero-Engine (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 369*
  • — Primitive, Origin of, 388. See LETTERS, 448,
  • 520
  • — Screw Type, for Fork-Lift Industrial Truck,
  • 559*
  • Pumping Station, Beenham’s Heath, 53
  • — — of Rand Water Board, 15 Purification of Water. See Water “Pyrorex,” CO2 Indicator and Recorder
  • (Dufty Engineering Co., Ltd,), 512*
  • QUARRELL, Dr. A. G., on Removal of Hydrogen from Steel, 545
  • Quarrying, Ministry of Town and Country Planning Order on, 206. See Erratum, 227
  • " Queen Elizabeth,” S.S., Maiden Voyage as Passenger Liner, 379*
  • RADAR, Development of, 127
  • — Equipment, Marine, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., 79*
  • — Use of Polythene in, 388
  • — Ground, Scanning Equipment for, 337* Radio Aids to Civil Aviation, 254
  • — Alarm System for Pacific Tidal Waves, 355
  • — Development, Survey of (Review), 315
  • — Frequencies, International Conference on, Moscow, 399
  • — Navigation in Merchant Ships, Experiments with, 159
  • — Transmission,'Effect of Weather on, 295 --See also Telegraphy, Wireless; Telephony,
  • Wireless ; Radar
  • Radioactivity and Atomic Structure, 406*, 429* Radiography, Gamma, Technique of, 169* Radlett Aerodrome, Flying Display and Aircraft Exhibition, 282*
  • Rails, Fishbolts and Nuts for, Specification, 274
  • — Renewal on London Midland and Scottish
  • Railway, 571
  • on Southern Railway, 332
  • Railing, Sir H., on Position of Electrical Engineering Industry, 135
  • Railroad, Louisville a,nd Nashville, Raising Bridge Over Tennessee River, 457*
  • — See also Railways
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Argentine, British-Owned, Future of, 29
  • — Bedford-Bletchley, Centenary of, 471
  • — Brazilian, Developments in, 257
  • Re-equipment Plans for, 367
  • — Bridge. See Bridge
  • — British, Accidents in 1945, Report, 157 Carriage of Coal on, 134
  • During War, 1939-45, History of (Review), 100
  • Effect of Transport Bill, 541
  •  ? Oil Firing for Locomotives on, 82, 134,
  • 207, 257, 279, 416*
  • and Road Transport, 109
  • Standardisation of Practice, 593
  • Statistical Returns, 1945, 86
  • Story of (Review), 146
  • — Carriage. See Carriage
  • — Chilean, Electrification of, 367
  • — Columbian National, Twelve-Cylinder Locomotive, 190 ?
  • — Diesel-Electric Traction on, 257
  • — East Indian, Curve Realignment on (Review), 339
  • Railway Electrification in Great Britain, 421 Overhead versus Third-Rail System, 593
  • — Furness Its Rise and Development, 1846-1923 (Review), 533
  • — and Their Future (Review), 124
  • — Gauge Act, 1846, Centenary of, 160. See LETTERS, 208, 280, 353
  • — Great Western, Oil-Burning Equipment for Locomotives, 82, 134, 416*; Coal Costs and Consumption on, 318 ; 2,500-h.p. Gas- Turbine Locomotive, 523
  • — Hull and Barnsley (Review), 267 1
  • — in Hull, Replanning of, 518
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — London Midland and Scottish, Improvements at Welwyn Garden City Station, 9* ; Preservation of Historic Locomotives, 111; The L.M.S! at War (Review), 171; Carriages of Royal Train, 212* ; Investigation on Temperature Strains in Structural Members, 265*; Conversion of Locomotives to Oil Burning, 279; Centenary of Lancaster-Oxenholme and Kendal Lines, 303; 2-6-4 Tank Locomotives,
  • 403* ; Centenary of Bedford-Bletchley Railway, 471; Transport of Turbo- Generator Stator, 546 ; Track and Water- Trough Renewals, 571; Centenary of West-Coast Route, 615
  • — London and North Eastern, Use of Flat-Bottomed Rails, 115* ; “ A2 ” Class Passenger Locomotive, 175* Traffic-Control System, 514 ; Transport of Turbo-Generator Stator, 546; Tanfleld Branch, World’s Oldest Railway, 595
  • — —- Passenger Transport Board. See London
  • Passenger Transport Board
  • — Marine, at United States Airport in Azores, 290*
  • — Metropolitan, Reconstruction of 60-ft.
  • Skew Bridge, 451*
  • — Practice, British,' Standardisation of, 593
  • — Reconstruction and Re-Planning of London,
  • 278, 294. See LETTER, 353
  • — and Road Freight Transport, Report, 109
  • — Rolling Stock. See Carriages; Locomotives; Wagons
  • — Shunting Locomotives for, 445
  • — Signal. See Signal
  • — South African, Royal Train for, 522*
  • — Southern, "Merchant Navy” Class Loco
  • motives for, 21*, 44*, 414*. See LETTER, 112* ; Stations and the Re-Planning of London, 278, 294; Conversion of Locomotives to Oil Burning, 279 ; Track Renewal on, 332 ; Mechanical Engineering on, 413*, 454* ; Extension of Electrification on, 447 ; War on the Southern Railway Line (Review), 460; Launch of S.S. “ Falaise,” 483
  • — Transport and Road Transport for Freight/
  • Memorandum on, 109
  • — Tube and Underground. See Underground ;
  • London Passenger Transport Board
  • — Wagons. See Wagons '
  • — World’s Oldest, 595
  • — See also Railroads and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Rain-Water Guttersand Pipes, Steel, Specification, 154
  • Rainfall in Australia, 174
  • — and Irrigation in Transjordan, 241*
  • Rait, Dr. J. R., on Non-Metallic Inclusions in Steel, 141*, 165*. See 545
  • Ramsden’s Dividing Engine, 114
  • Rand Water Board, Annual Report, 15
  • Ransomes, Sims & Jefferies, Ltd., Mounted Plough, for Tractor Farming, 536*
  • Rays. See CaZAorfe Rays ; X-Rays
  • Reactors, 90-MVA, Percival-Lane Substation, 344*
  • Recorder and Indicator, CO2, “ Pyrorex ” (Dufty Engineering Co., Ltd.), 512*
  • Recording Instrument, Submarine, Sea-Pressure, 313*
  • Red-Fir Poles, Behaviour Under Electrical Stress, 268
  • Reduction Gears. See Gears ; Marine Propulsion ; Motor- Car Details
  • Reference Books. See Annuals
  • Refrigerators, Electric, Domestic, Specification 34
  • Regulator, Feed-Water, and Hunting in Water- Tube Boilers, 473, 498, 521, 548*, 573* See LETTER, 592*
  • Reheating Furnace. See Furnace
  • Reid, G. U., on Centrifugal Pumps and Blowers, 16*
  • Reinforced Concrete. See Concrete Reinforcement of Branch Pieces, 1*, 217*, 508*, 529*, 553*, 577*, 605*. See .ErratwMi, 562 Relays, Railway-Signal, Repairs and Maintenance, 276
  • Relf, E. F., on Recent Aeronautical Developments, 188*, 214*
  • Repeated'Stresses. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials)
  • Report, Accidents on British Railways in 1945, 157
  • — Annual, Astronomer Royal’s, 293, 31(5
  • — — and War Years in Retrospect, British
  • Corporation Register of Shipping and Aircraft, 255
  • British Non-Ferrous Metals Federation', 7 British Overseas Airways Corporation, 269 British Shipbuilding Research Association, 185
  • — — City and Guilds of London Institute, 255
  • — — Central Board of Irrigation, India, Year
  • 1944 (Review), 483 ; Year 1945 (Review), 581
  • Electrical Accidents in Factories, 301 North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, 37
  • Ontario Hydro-Electric Power Commission, 374
  • Panama Cahal, 462 Rand Water Board, 15 United States National Museum, 519 Wellington Harbour, New Zealand, 567
  • — on Canadian Roads and Bridges, 335
  • — on Cracking of Molybdenum-Steel Steam
  • Piping, 209
  • Report, Design of German Transformers and Electric Motors, 503
  • — on Electrical Faults, 87
  • — Electricity Supply for Arc-Welding Plant,
  • 446
  • Supply in Germany during War Time, 582, 606
  • Supply in Textile Industry, 177
  • — Evaluation of Effects of Torsional Vibration,
  • 88. See Errata, 107
  • — on Experiments in Coking Practice, 397
  • — Gas Production in Great Britain, 1938-44,
  • 158
  • Welding of Magnesium Alloys, 231
  • — on Heavy Oil-Engine Working Costs, 616
  • — on Indexing and Filing Unpublished Material, 423
  • — Intrinsic Safety of Electrical Apparatus, 462
  • — on.Location of Underground Services, 136
  • — National Farm Survey of England and Wales, 210
  • — Plan for Kingston-upon-Hull, 518
  • — Port of Aden, 380
  • — Rapid Survey of Coal Reserves and Production, 39, '62
  • — Road Communication in Ulster, 279
  • — Royal Commission on Equal Pay, 1944-46, 517-
  • — on Scientific Electrical Measuring Instruments, 308
  • — Simon, on Domestic Fuel Policy, 6,14
  • — Steam-Driven Transport Vehicles, 565
  • — Tank Production during War, 63
  • “ Repulse,” H.M. Battle Cruiser, Launch of Aeroplane from, 98*
  • Research, Aeronautical, Recent, 188*, 214*
  • — Anti-Fouling Compositions for Ships’ Bottoms, 1942-44 Report on, 569
  • — Applied to Bomb Disposal, 495
  • — Association, British Cast Iron, Silver Jubilee
  • Luncheon, 591; Presidential Address by Dr. H. Hartley, on Recent Developments in Cast Iron Research, 595
  • British Coal Utilisation, on Port Design in Open-Hearth Furnace, 486, 497;
  • Annual Luncheon, 592
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries, Reports on Electrical Faults, 87 ; Report on Cracking of Molybdenum-Steel Steam Piping, 209 ; Report on Electricity Supply for Arc-Welding Plant, by R. Neumann, 446
  • — — British Iron and Steel, Statement on
  • Research in Iron and Steel Industry, 426* British Non-Ferrous Metals, on Hot- Tearing of Aluminium Alloys, 305 ; on Capillary Flow in Soldering Process, 329 ; Work on Metal-Finishing Processes, 572
  • —- — British Shipbuilding, Annual Report, 185 British Welding, Report on Gas Welding of Magnesium Alloys, 231; Control by Welding Research Board, 566
  • Production Engineering, Inauguration, 543
  • — Board, Fuel, Report on Coal Reserves and
  • Production, 39, 62; Coke-Ovens Committee, Report on Experiments in Coking Practice, 397
  • — Safety in Mines, Report on Intrinsic. Safety of Electrical Apparatus, by G. Allsop, E. M. Gudnault and A. D. I. Nicol, 462
  • Welding, Programme and Control Policy of Welding Investigations, 566
  • — Cast Iron, Developments in, 595
  • —- on Coal Carbonisation, 397
  • — Council, Medical, Instructions on Environmental Warmth and its Measurement, 38
  • — Department, Armament, Investigation on Antimonial Brass, 281
  • London Midland and Scottish Railway, Investigation on Temperature Strains in Structural Members, 265*
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co. Ltd., Magnetiser for Permanent Magnets, 145 '; on Internal Stresses in Heat-Treated Aluminium Alloys, 463. ' See 306
  • Scientific and Industrial, Automatic Computing Engine, 471
  • Sulzer Brothers, Ltd., Work on Internal- Combustion Prime Movers, 69*, 117*
  • Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co., Ltd., Electronic Engine Indicator, 361*
  • — Engineering, in Universities, 325
  • — Industrial, and Development (Review), 27
  • — Internal-Combustion Turbine, 208
  • — in Iron and Steel Industry, Necessity for, 426*
  • — Laboratories, Atomic-Energy, United States, 558 '
  • British Aluminium Co., Ltd., Application of Thermodynamic Principles to Liquidus Surfaces of Alloys, 306
  • Brown-Firth, Investigation on Machining of Stainless Steels, 526*
  • Electronics, San Diego, Work on Radio Transmission, 295
  • — — Fry the, Welwyn, Lease by Imperial
  • Chemical Industries, Ltd., 154
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Investigation on Gas Carburising, by I. Jenkins, 260*, 285*
  • Mining, Work of, 231
  • Wolverhampton, J. Sankey & Sons, Ltd., 425
  • — in Marine Engineering, 294
  • — Naval, Organisation of Royal Naval Scientific Service, 159
  • — Optical Glass, 327, 343, 366
  • — Station, Pametrada, Wallsend-on-Tyne, 559*
  • — Textile, Swedish Institute for, Gothenburg,
  • Inauguration, 159
  • — Welding, in United States, 357
  • — Work of Institution of Civil. Engineers, 474
  • — See also national Physical Laboratory Reservoir, Aswan, and Nile Flood of 1946, 424.
  • See LETTER, 496, 568
  • — Ruchazie. Glasgow Water Department, 307 Resins, Synthetic, Aminoplastic, Moulding Materials, Specification, 250
  • — — Liquid, for Sealing Porous Castings, 60 Resistance, Electric. See Electric
  • — Frictional, Experimental-Tank Investiga
  • tion, 454
  • Reviews. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Richardsoi), E. G., Sea-Pressure Recording Instrument, 313*
  • Richmond, Adml. Sir H., the Late, 616
  • Bidpath, C. H. E., on High-Voltage Overhead Lines, 328. See 197
  • Ring Reinforcement of Steel Pipes, Strength of, 578*, 605*
  • Rivers, Australian, and Water Supply, 174
  • — Humber, Proposed Suspension Bridge over,
  • 518
  • — Jordan and Irrigation in Transjordan, 241*
  • — Missouri, Garrison Dam on, 295
  • — Nile Flood of 1946. 424. See LETTERS, 496, 568
  • — Tennessee, Raising Railway Bridge over, 457*
  • — Uruguay, Proposed Hydro-Electric Power Plant on, 257
  • — Yarmak, and Irrigation in Transjordan, 242* Rivet, “ Hi-Shear ” stop Pin (Simmonds Aerocessories, Ltd.), 67*
  • — Light-Alloy, Intercrystalline Corrosion, 307
  • — Molybdenum-Steel, Device for Closing
  • (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 561
  • Road, Alaska Highway, Agreement on, 110
  • — and Bridges, Canadian, Report on, 335
  • — Capacity and Motor Traffic, 433*. See
  • Erratum, 475. See LETTERS, 544, 592
  • — Communication in Ulster, Report on, 279
  • — Haulage Association, Memorandum on
  • Road and Rail Freight Transport, 109
  • — Limestone (Review), 315
  • — Location of Underground Services, 136
  • — London, Sub-Surface Works, 278, 342
  • — and Railway Freight Transport, Memorandum on, 109
  • — Statistics, Basic, 231
  • — Transport, Effect of Transport Bill, 541
  • — Engineers, Institute of, Policy, 375
  • and Railway Transport for Freight, Memorandum on, 109
  • — United States, Tolls on, 439
  • Robb, Prof. A. M., on Records of the “ Greyhound ” Experiments, 453*. See 355
  • Roberts, E. F., on Calculation of Pipe-Bend Angles, 400*
  • Roberts, J. N., the Late, 347
  • Robertson, V. A. M., on Railways and Replanning of London, 294. See 278. See LETTER, 353
  • Rocket Gun, “ Pillar-Box,” Built by Southern Railway, 455*
  • — V2, Tests in New Mexico, 193*
  • Rockwell Machine Tool Co., Ltd., 10-in. “ Speedi-Matic ” Lathe, 91*
  • Rodgers, C., the Late, 472
  • Roe, A. V., & Co., Ltd., Tests of Pressure-Controlled Aeroplane Cabin, 7* ; Avro “ Lancastrian ” Aeroplane, with Merlin and Nene Engines, 282*
  • Rogowsky, Z., on Principles of Screw Extrusion Machine, 358*
  • Roller Levelling Machines, Armour Plate, 56* Rolling-Mill Motor, 12,000 h.p. Reversing, with Amplidyne Control, 104*
  • — Stock, Electric, Steel Shoe Beam for, 185* Southern Railway, 413*, 454*
  • — — See also Carriages; Locomotives ; Wagons Rolls-Royce Ltd., “ Merlin 620 ” Aero Engine,
  • 117; Gas-Turbine Development, 224*, 247*. See Errata, 557; Reliability of “ Derwent I ” Jet Aircraft Engine, 394 ; Magnesium-Alloy Dust-Collecting Equipment, 464* ; Nene Jet Engine for “ AW52” Tailless Aircraft, 591
  • ROntgen Rays. See X-Rays
  • Roof, Arched, Steel, Temperature Strains in, Investigation on, 265*
  • — Tiling, Specification, 34
  • Rosyth Dockyard, War Work in, 461
  • Rotary Blowers. See Blowers
  • — Engine. See Engine ; Aeronautics
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • — Self-Cleaning Filter (Newcon Filters, Ltd.), 488*
  • Rotor for 22,000-kVA Alternator, Overspeed Tests at Oerlikon Works, 333*
  • — for Gas Turbine, 118*
  • Rowell, H. B. R., on Economic Problems in Shipping and Shipbuilding, 412
  • Royal Aeronautical Society. See Aeronautical
  • — Agricultural Hall. See Exhibition
  • — Air Force. See Aeronautics
  • — Aircraft Establishment. See Aeronautics
  • — Bank of Canada, Report on Conservation of
  • Soil, 223
  • — Commission on Equal Pay, Report, 1944-46,
  • 517
  • — Dockyards during War, 461
  • — Institution, Dunlop Rubber Company’s Re
  • search Grant, 178
  • — Naval Scientific Service, Organisation of, 159
  • — Observatory,Greenwich, Astronomer Royal’s
  • Report, 293, 316
  • — Ordnance Factories, Use of Statistical
  • Methods in, 229
  • — School of Mines, London, Work of Mining
  • Research Laboratory, 231
  • Royal Society :
  • Newton Tercentenary Celebrations, 62
  • Sir Isaac Newton, by Prof. E. N. da C. Andrade, 62
  • Parsons Lecture on Optical Glass in War, by Sir H. Chance, 343, 366. See 327
  • Election of Officers and Council, 546 Award of Medals and Honours, 519 Royal Society of Arts. See Arts
  • — Train Coaches, London Midland & Scottish
  • Railway, 211*
  • for South Africa (Metropolitan-Cammell Carriage & Wagon Co., Ltd.), 522*
  • Rubber Position in United States, 439
  • — Use of Carbon Black, 54, 76
  • Ruchazie Reservoir, Glasgow Water Department, 307
  • Rimcorn, Percival-Lane Substation, 90-MVA Reactors, 344*
  • Rural Electrification in North Scotland, 37,159, 303,450
  • — — in Ontario, 874
  • Russia, Electricity Supply in, 449. See Erratum, 467
  • — Underground Coal-Gasification Schemes, 558 Rusting. See Corrosion
  • Ruston & Hornsby, Ltd., 150-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Oil Engine, 66* ; Oil-Engined Mining- Locomotive, 488*
  • Rutenberg Hydro-Electric Works and Irrigation in Transjordan, 242*
  • Rutland, Squadron-Leader F. J., Recollections of Early Naval Flying, 17, 27, 49*, 97*
  • SAFETY in Mines Research Board, Report on Intrinsic Safety of Electrical Apparatus, by G. Allsop, E. M. Guenault and A. D. I. Nicol, 462
  • “ Salem,” United States Cruiser, Air Conditioning in, 439
  • Salto Grande Hydro-Electric Scheme, 460
  • Salvage of Aircraft, Inflatable Fabric Cells for, 322*
  • — Ship, during War, 317, 328, 340, 378, 390, 436
  • Samanco,” M.S., Salvage of, 328, 437
  • Sams, J. G. B., on Proposed London Railway Plan, 353. See 255, 278, 294, 318,- 342, 405 ; on Standardisation of British Railway Practice, 593
  • Sand Cores, Foundry, Determination of Gas Content, 29
  • Sanitary Engineering, Inter-American Association of, Formation, 558
  • — Inspectors’ Association, Atmospheric Pollution, with Particular Reference to the Domestic Problem, by W. B. Kennedy, 222 Sankey, J., & Sons, Ltd., Industrial Research, Laboratories, 425
  • Santa Maria, Azores, United States Airport, 289*
  • Saunders, E. S., the Late, 184
  • Saunders-Roe, Ltd., Jet-Propelled Fighter Flying .Boat, 466
  • Scale Deposition and Removal in Locomotive Boiler, 414*
  • Scanning Equipment for Ground Radar, 337*
  • Schiller, Dr. K., on Force Characteristics of
  • Circuit Breakers, 385*
  • Science Museum, Marine Mine and Degaussing ?Exhibition, 78, 129; Re-opening of Scientific Collections, 183 ; Royal Photographic Society’s Exhibition, 279
  • — and Technology, Dictionary, English,
  • French, German and Spanish (Review;, 267 Scientific Electrical Measuring Instruments, Report on, 308
  • — Instrument Industry, British, History of,
  • 113, 127
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Research. See Research
  • — Service, Royal Naval, Organisation of, 159
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • Scotland, Aircraft Construction in, 401
  • — Hydro-Electro Developments in, 37, 159, 303,450
  • — Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in.
  • See Engineers
  • — North, Hydro-Electric Board, Annual Report, 37; Tariffs, 111; Arran Supply Scheme, 159 ; Glen Affric Hydro-Electric Scheme, 303
  • — West of, Iron and Steel Institute. See Iron and Steel
  • Screw, Archimedean, Discharge Tests on, 309*
  • — Extrusion Machine, Mechanical Principles of, 358*
  • — Thread for Copper Tubes, Specification, 82 Internal, Comparator for (Machine Shop
  • Equipment, Ltd.), 55*
  • Practice, Unification of, 254
  • Scrivener, A., Ltd., Piston-Grinding Machine, 186*
  • Sea, Echo-Sounding Machine for Recording Depth, 313*
  • — Forts, Welded Tubular Bridges for, 391*
  • — Power and Statesmen (Review), 434
  • — Pressure Recording Instrument, 313*
  • — Water Corrosion, Tests of Paints for Prevention, 569
  • — — Corrosion of Tin-Aluminium Bronzes, 270, 329
  • Sealing Media, Resinous, for Porous Non- Ferrous Metal Castings, 607
  • Seddon, J. M., on Southern Railway “ Merchant Navy ” Class Locomotives, 112*. See 21*, 44*
  • Segregation, Inverse, Effects in Cast Magnesium Alloys, 307
  • “ Seneca,” United States Coast-Guard Cruiser, 534*
  • Sentinel Engineering Co., Ltd., Universal Tool- Room Milling Machine, 345*
  • Service Aviation. See Aeronautics Sewers and Connections, Specifications, 34
  • — Influence on London Traffic Plan, 278, 342
  • — Location of, 136
  • Sextant, History of, 113 Shaft, Crank. See Crankshaft
  • Sheet, Paper, Synthetic-Resin Bonded, Specification, 418
  • — Silicon-Iron, J. Sankey & Sons, Ltd., Research Laboratory for, 425
  • — Steel and Strip Plants in United States, 439
  • — and Strip Metal Users’ Technical Association, Annual Meeting, 40; Treatment of Steel Strip before Fabrication, by Dr. W. F. Coxon, 78
  • Sheffield Society of Engineers and Metallurgists, Research in Iron and Steel Industry, by Sir C. Goodeve, 426*
  • Shepherd, E. C., on Air Transport and London Plan, 405
  • Ships, Anti-Corrosive Compositions for, Tests, 569
  • — Canal. See Canal
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 87,
  • 399
  • — Crews’ Accommodation, Watts’ Prize for
  • Improving, 615
  • — Diesel-Engined. See Motorships; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Ships, Government-Owned, Disposal of,-174
  • — Hillis, Load Distribution in, 376
  • — of Invasion Fleet, 401
  • — Launching. See Launch
  • — Merchant, Radio Navigation in, Experiments with, 159
  • — Model Experiments. See Tank Experiments
  • — Motor. See Motorships ; Marine Propulsion
  • — Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion; Engines ; Turbines
  • — Salvage of. See Salvage
  • — 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, Builders’ Model of Henry Bell’s “ Comet,” 449*
  • — Exhibition, Sunderland, 495
  • — Industry, Italian, Position of, 173
  • — Inland, in United States, 307
  • — Launches and Trial Trips, 538, 562, 586, 610
  • — Load Distribution in Ships’ Hulls, 376
  • — Naval. See Warships
  • — Research Association, British, Annual Re
  • port, 185
  • — and Shipping, Post-War Economic Problems in, 412
  • — in Sweden, 175
  • — Vessels under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 87, 399
  • — Yard Drawings, Specification of Welding
  • Symbols, 154
  • in Italy, Capacity and Equipment of, 173
  • — See also Steamers ; Naval; Warships ; and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Shipping, Argentine State, Contracts for, 460
  • — British Corporation Register of, Annual
  • Report and War Years in Retrospect, 255
  •  ?— Returns for Panama Canal, 462
  • — and Shipbuilding, Economic Problems, 412 Shipyard. See Shipbuilding Yard
  • Shock Tests. See Impact Tests under Tests (Materials')
  • Shoe Beam, Steel, for Electric Rolling Stock, 185*
  • Shop Management. See Works Management Show. See Exhibition
  • Shunting, Heavy, in Works, Cost of, 445 Siemens-Martin Furnaces. See Furnaces Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd., Jig Drilling and
  • Milling Machines, 392*
  • Signal Relays, Railway, Repairs and Maintenance, 276
  • Significance of Difference in Test Results, 64 “ Silentgrip ” Box-Spanner Wrenches, 33* Silicon Compounds for Dielectrics, 427. See
  • Erratum, 463
  • — Iron Pipes, Acid-Resisting, Specification, 441 Sheets, J. Sankey & Sons, Ltd., Research
  • Laboratory, 425
  • Silos, Steel, for Grain, 247
  • Simmonds Aerocessories, Ltd., “ Pacitor ” Fuel Gauge for Aircraft, 31* ; “ Hi-Shear ” Stop Pin, 67*
  • Simon Report on Domestic Fuel Policy, 6, 14
  • Skeat, W. O., on Oldest British Passenger Locomotive, 113
  • Skew Bascule Bridge over Gowanus Canal, 25*
  • — Bridge, 60-ft. Plate-Girder, Metropolitan
  • Railway, Reconstruction of, 451*
  • Skoda Works National Corporation, Exhibits at Prague Fair, 546
  • Slate, Carbonate Iron Powder Production from, United States Plant for, 439
  • Slater, Dr. I. G., on Leaching-Rate Tests for Anti-Fouling Composition for Ships’ Bottoms, 569
  • Slipway, Barge, United States Airport in . Azores, 290*
  • Sloy Hydro-Electric Scheme, 37
  • Smart, W., 250-kW Mobile Power Unit and Workshop, 66*
  • Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, Engr.-Capt. E. C., on H.M.SS. “ Minerva ” and “ Magnificent,” (1914-17), 73*, 147*. See LETTER, 448; on Devonport Dockyard (1917-1922), 505*, 533*, 601*
  • Smith, Sir F. E., on Future of Machine-Tool Industry, 303. See LETTER, 376
  • Smith, J. H. F., on Fire and Explosion Risks, 476 '
  • Smoke Abatement and Fuel Problem, 222
  • Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders. See Motor
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Institutions
  • — Trade. See Labour; Labour Notes; PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Softener, Water. See Water Softener
  • Soil Conservation in Canada, 223
  • — Shear Strength of Testing Apparatus for (K. O. Productions), 477*
  • Solar Observations at Royal Observatory, 316
  • — Radiation as Source of Energy, 199
  • Soldering Process, Capillary Flow in, 329
  • Solid Smokeless Fuels Federation, Report on
  • Steam-Driven Transport Vehicles, 565
  • Sopwith, D. G., on Inert Atmospheres as Fatigue-Test Environments, 197. See 330
  • Sound Waves, Theory of (Review), 267
  • Sounding, Echo, Apparatus for, 313*
  • South Africa, Electricity Supply in, 326 Rand Water Board, Annual Report, 15 Royal Train for (Metropolitan-Cammell
  • Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd.), 522*
  • — America, Engineering Notes from, 29, 150,
  • 257, 3'67, 460, 618
  • — Boston, United States Escort Carriers at,
  • 138*
  • — Kensington Science Museum, Marine Mine
  • and Degaussing Exhibition, 78, 129; Re-opening of Scientific Collections, 183; Royal Photographic Society’s Exhibition, 279
  • — West, Notes from, 11, 35, 59, 83, 107, 131,
  • 155, 179, 203, 227, 251, 275, 299, 323, 347, 371, 395, 419, 443, 467, 491, 515, 539, 563, 587,611. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Yorkshire, Notes from, 11, 35, 59, 83, 107,
  • 131, 155,179, 203, 227, 251, 275, 299, 323, 347, 371, 395, 419, 443, 467, 491, 515, 539, 563,587, 611. See PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Southern Railway “Merchant Navy” Class Locomotives for, 21*, 44*, 414*. See LETTER, 112*; Stations and Re-Planning of London, 278,294; Conversion of Locomotives to Oil Burning, 279; Track Renewal on, 332; Mechanical Engineering on, 413*, 454* ; Extension of Electrification on, 447; War on Southern Railway Line (Review), 460 ; Launch of S.S. “ Falaise,” 483
  • Space Heating, Meteorological Aspects of, 349 Spanner, W. F., on Design of Trawlers and Drifters, 377
  • Sparks, C. H., on Future of Pulverised-Coal Firing, 615
  • Specifications, Standard. See Standards; Standardisation
  • Speed-Changing Gears. See Gears ; Gearing; Marine Propulsion; Motor-Car Details
  • Speed Tools, Ltd., Tap-Grinding, Attachment, 211*
  • “ Speedi-Matic ” Lathe, 91* Spence, W. G., the Late, 544 Spirit, White, Specification, 250 Spraying Equipment, Chemical, for Crops (Pest Control, Ltd.), 65
  • Springs for Electrical Measuring Instruments, '234
  • — (Review)., 267
  • Sproull, Major-General A. W., on Inspection, 591
  • “ Stacatruc ” Fork-Lift Industrial Truck, 105, 559*
  • Stanchion Bases, Caps and Joints, Arc-Welded (Review), 171
  • Standard Specifications, British, 10, 34, 58, 82, 106, 154, 178, 202, 226, 250, 274, 298, 322, 346, 370, 418, 442, 466, 514, 538, 586, 610 Standard Telephones & Cables, Ltd., Hydraulic Change-Over Valve, 153*
  • Standards Association, Canadian, Work of, 149
  • — Institution, British, Memorandum on
  • Third-Angle Projection on Engineering Drawings, 275; Handbook on Lifting Tackle, 514 ; Guide to Aerodrome Lighting, 538
  • British, Specifications, Trade and Technical Literature, 10; Reinforced-Concrete Poles, 10; Lead Pipes, 10; Reinforced Concrete in Buildings, 34 ; Roof Tiling, 34; Sewers and Drains, 34 ; Electric Refrigerators, 34; Domestic Gas Appliances, 58 ; Structural Steel, 58; Cast-Iron Flue Pipes, 82; Screw Threads for Copper Tubes, 82 ; Ferrous Traps for Baths, 82;
  • • Copper Alloys, 106; Thermal Insulating; Materials, 106 ; Welding Symbols, 154 ; Steel Gutters, Pipes and Fittings, 154; Cast-Iron Street-Lighting Columns, 178;
  • • Flameproof Enclosure of Electrical Apparatus, 178; 11-kV Transmission Lines, 182, 202; Sampling and Analysis of Leathers, 202; Methods for Testing Glues, 202; Synthetic-Resin Bonded- Paper Tubes, 226; Non-Ferrous Metal Pipes for Boilers, 226; Aminoplastic Synthetic-Resin Moulding Materials, 250 ; Internal-Combustion Engines, 250; White Spirit, 250 ; Water Taps, 250; Electric- Discharge Lamps, 266; Rubber-Insulated Cables, 466; Cast-Iron Baths, 274; Fishbolts and Nuts for Bails, 274; Office Mechanisation, 298 ; Reinforced-Concrete Street-Lighting Columns, 298; Concrete Mixers, 322; Locks and Latches for Doors, 322; Coal-Tar Pitches, 346; Fire-Check Flush Doors, 346; Domestic Gas Appliances, 346 ; Phosphate Coatings on Steel, 370; Domestic Electric Ovens, 370; Synthetic-Resin Bonded Paper Sheet, 418; Acid-Resisting Silicon-Iron Pipes, 442; Black Bolts and Nuts, 586; Air- Depolarised Primary Cell, 610
  • — United States Bureau of. See United States Standardisation of British Railway Practice,
  • 593
  • — of Screw Threads, 254
  • Stanton Ironworks Co., Ltd., Experiments with Basic Cupola, 19
  • State Railways. See Railways
  • Statesmen and Sea Power (Review), 434
  • Statically Indeterminate Structures (Review), 557
  • Stations, Power. See Power Stations
  • — Railway, Welwyn Garden City, Improvements at, 9*
  • — Southern Railway, and Re-Planning of
  • London, 278, 294
  • Statistical Methods Applied to Industrial Production, 229
  • — Returns, Railways of Great Britain, 86 Statistics, Road, Basic, 231
  • — of Trade Bill, 567
  • — — See also Trade
  • Stator, Castings and Weldings for, 93*
  • — 130-ton, Transport of, 546 Steam Boats. See Steamers
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Consumption. See Coal Consumption
  • — Engines. See Engines
  • — High-Pressure, for Ship Propulsion, 271
  • — Lorries. See Motor Vehicles
  • — Piping, Molybdenum-Steel, Cracking of, Report, 209
  • — Turbines. See Turbines
  • — Wagons. See Motor Vehicles
  • Steamer “ Balaena,” Whale-Oil Factory Ship, 393*
  • — “ Bathori,” Sinking of, 74
  • — “ Comet,” Henry Bell’s, Builders’ Model
  • of, 449*
  • — Under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 87,
  • 399
  • — “ Eros,” Salvage of, 328, 340
  • — “ Euthalia,” Salvage of, 390
  • — “ Falaise,” Launch of, 483
  • — “ Frederick Bartholdi,” Salvage of, 328, 436
  • — Geared Turbines for. See Marine Propulsion
  • — Launching of. See Launch
  • — “ Marwarri,” Salvage of, 317
  • — Oil-Tank, “ Laristan,” Salvage of, 328, 378
  • — Propulsion of. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines; Turbines
  • Steamer “ Queen Elizabeth,” Maiden Voyage as Passenger Liner, 379*
  • — Salvage of. See Salvage
  • — See also Engines; Marine Propulsion ;
  • Shipbuilding; Shipping; Ships; Turbines; Warships;. PARAGRAPH INDEX Steamships. See Snips; Steamers; Warships Steel Board, Membership of, 183,255
  • — Case-Hardening of. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • — Castings, Design of, British Steel Founders’
  • Association, 255
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Fireboxes for Locomotives, 22*
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See .Furnaces
  • — Heat Treatment of. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • —? Industry, Gamma Radiography in, 169*
  • —? Manufacture. See Metallurgy
  • — Microstructure of. See Microphotographs
  • — Mild, Effect of Rate of Strain on, 171*.
  • See LETTERS, 304*, 376
  • and High-Carbon, Gas Carburising of, 260*, 285*
  • — Molybdenum, for Steam Piping, Cracking of,
  • Report, 209
  • — Non-Metallic Inclusions in, Origin and Con
  • stitution of, 141*, 165*, 545
  • Steel, Peech and Tozer, Investigation on Port
  • Design in Open-Hearth Furnace, 486, 497
  • — Phosphate Coatings on, Specification, 370 —? Piping, Reinforcement of, Branch Prices for,
  • 1*, 217*, 508*, 529*, 553*, 577*, 605*. See Erratum, 562
  • — Rails. See Rails
  • — Removal of Hydrogen from, 545
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — Sheet and Strip Plants in United States, 439
  • — Shoe Beam for Electric Rolling Stock, 185*
  • — Silos for Grain, 247
  • — Stainless, Machining of, 526*
  • — Stress Distribution in. See Stress; Tests
  • {Materials)
  • — Strip, Coiled, Annealing Plant at Newport,
  • 568
  • — — Treatment Before Fabrication, 78
  • \— Structural, Stresses in, Specification, 58
  • — Tests of. See Tests {Materials)
  • — Works. See Works
  • Steelwork, Structural, Arc-Welded (Review), 171
  • Stelfox, S. H., on Profession of Mechanical Engineering, 64
  • Stephenson, George, and Railway Gauge Act, 160. See LETTERS, 208, 280, 353
  • Stewart, D. A., on Supports for Overhead Lines, 233*
  • Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Welded Steel Tubular Bridges, 391*
  • Stiffener Spacing in Beams, Ratio of Effective
  • Width to, 604*
  • Stockport Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Industrial Fork-Lift Truck, 559*
  • Stone, J., & Co., Ltd., on Inverse Segregation in Cast Magnesium Alloys, 307
  • Stop Pin, “ Hi-Shear ” (Simmonds Aero- cessories, Ltd.), 67*
  • — Valves. See FaZees
  • Stradling, Sir R., on Information Services, 278.
  • See LETTER, 352
  • Strain Gauges, Wire, Electrical Resistance, 121*. See LETTER, 280
  • — Hardening Material, Isotropic, Plastic
  • Strain in, 381*
  • — Temperature, in Structural Members,
  • Investigation on, 265*
  • — See also Stress
  • Stratford to Liverpool Street Underground
  • Railway Extension, 485, 543 Street-Lighting Columns, Cast-Iron, Specification, 178
  • Columns, Reinforced-Concrete, Specification, 298
  • — — by Fluorescent Lamps, Development of,
  • 475, 500*, 524*
  • Ministry of Transport Circular on, 207
  • — See also Roads
  • Strength of Materials. See, Stress and Tests
  • {Materials)
  • Stress, Alternating and Combined. See Tests
  • {Materials)
  • —? Internal, in Heat-Treated Aluminium Alloy, Control of, 306, 463
  • — in Reinforced Branch Pieces, 1*, 217*, 508*,
  • 529*, 553*, 577*, 605*. See Erratum, 562
  • — Repetitions. See Fatigue under Tests
  • {Materials)
  • — in Structural Steel, Specification, 58
  • — Due to Torsional Vibration, 88. See
  • Errata, 107
  • Strip and Steel-Sheet Plants in United States, 439
  • — Steel, Treatment Before Fabrication, 78 Structural Engineers, Institution of, Election
  • of Members, 106, 490
  • — Members, Reinforced-Concrete, Recommended Dimensions of, 108
  • Temperature Strains in, 265*
  • — Steelwork. See Steelwork
  • Structures, Reinforced-Concrete., See Concrete, Reinforced
  • — Statically Indeterminate (Review), 557
  • — Welded, Programme of Research in, 566
  • Stubbs, A., on District Heating as a Public Service, 614
  • Sub-Surface Works, Influence on. London Traffic Plan, 278, 342
  • Submarine Mines. See Mines
  • Substation, Percival-lane, Runcorn, 90-MVA Reactors, 344*
  • — South-West Wales Electricity-Supply System, 199*
  • — Switchgear (Brush Electrical Engineering
  • Co., Ltd.), 126*
  • Subways, Influence on London Traffic Plan, 278, 342
  • — for Underground Services, 136
  • Sulphur in Cast Iron, Neutralisation by Alloying
  • Elements, 545, 598*, 621*
  • — Dioxide from Coal Burning, 222
  • — Effect on Antimonial Brass, 281
  • Sulzer Brothers, Ltd., Researches on Internal-
  • Combustion Prime Movers, 69*, 117*
  • Sumner, J. A., on Heat Pump, 557
  • Sun. See Solar
  • Sunderlapd Corporation, Shipbuilding Exhibition, 495
  • Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of, Presidential Address, by H. Nimmo, on International Electricity Supply, 449 See Erratum, 467
  • Supply, Ministry of, Exhibition of British and German Fighting Vehicles, 67 ; Board for Iron and Steel Industry, 183, 255; Monograph on Industrial Experimentation, 229; Evolution of Bailey Bridge, 245; Scanning Equipment for Ground Radar, 337* ; Safety Electrode Holder for Arc . Welding, 438* ; Gauge and Tool Advisory Council, 543; Formation of Engineering Advisory Council, 616
  • Surface Condensers.. See Condensers Suspension Bridge /Over River Humber, Proposed, 518
  • Sweden, Electricity Supply in, 449. See jBrratwrn, 467
  • — Shipbuilding in, 175
  • Swedish Institute for Textile Research, Gothenburg Inauguration, 159
  • —- Water-Power Resources, 255
  • Swift, Prof. H. W., on Plastic Strain in Isotropic Strain-Hardening Material, 381*. See 398
  • Swiss Locomotive Co., 4-6-4 High-Pressure Locomotive, 191*
  • — See also Switzerland
  • Switchgear, Air-Blast Circuit Breakers, Extinction of Arcs in, 469
  • Breakers, Force Characteristics of, 385*
  • — — Breakers, Oil, High-Voltage, with Resistance Switching, 621*
  • — — Breakers, Oil, High-Voltage, Performance of, 469
  • — Haverfordwest Power Station, 176*
  • — Kearsley Power Station Extensions, 402
  • — for 250-kW Mobile Power Plant, 67*
  • Remote' Control by High-Frequency Currents (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 163
  • — South-West Wales Electricity Supply
  • System, 176*, 199*
  • •— Substation (Brush Electrical Enginering Co., Ltd.), 126*
  • Swazy, E. F., on Silicide-Hardened Copper Compacts for Bearings, 126
  • Switzerland, Electricity Supply in, 450. See Erratum, MM
  • — See also Swiss
  • “ Swordfish ” Saga (Review), 5
  • Sykes, A., on Progress in Turbine-Gear Manufacture, 615
  • Synthetic Material for Plastics (Review), 171
  • — Resin, Aminoplastic, Moulding Materials,
  • Specification, 250
  • Bonded-Paper Sheet, Specification, 418 Bonded-Paper Tubes, Specification, 226 Liquid, for Sealing Porous Non-Ferrous Metal Castings, 607
  • Syphon, Nicholson, for Locomotives, 22*
  • Szwander, W., on Power Supply for Generating- Station Auxiliary Services, 542
  • TABLE-Knife Shoulders, Grinding Machine for (A. A. Jones & Shipman, Ltd.), 561*
  • Tanfleld Branch, London & North Eastern Railway, 595
  • Tangyes, Ltd., 25-ton Universal Hydraulic Testing Machine, 81*
  • Tank, Experimental, Dumbarton, Experiments on Drifters, 377
  • Froude’s Experiments with H.M.S. “ Greyhound,” 355, 543*
  • — — National Physical Laboratory, Investigation on Frictional Resistance, 454
  •  ?— Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • — Military, British and German, Exhibition,
  • 67
  • — — Production during War, Report, 63 Scissors-Type Bridge-Laying, 455*
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • Taps, Water, Specification, 250
  • Tariffs, Electricity Supply, Unifying and Equating of, 31
  • — North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board,
  • 111
  • Taxation and Problem of Incentive in Industry, 102
  • Taylor, D., on Scanning Equipment for Ground Radar, 337*
  • Teaching. See Education
  • Technical Colleges and Education. See Education
  • — Institutions, Co-operation Between, 447, 473
  • — Societies. See Institutions and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • 1— and Trade Literature/ Recommendation for Standardisation, 10'’
  • Technological Dictionary in English, French, German and Spanish (Review), 267 Telecommunication Equipment, Dielectrics for, 427. See Erratum, 463
  • — Mains, Underground, Location of, 136
  • — Research Establishment, Scanning Equipment for Ground Radar, 337*
  • Telegraphy, Wireless. See Radar ; Radio Telephone Developments at Faraday Building, London,79
  • — Services in Brazil, 258
  • Telephony. See also Electricity in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Wireless. See Radar ; Radio
  • Telescopes, Development of, 114
  • — at Royal Observatory, Astronomer Royal’s
  • Report, 293, 316
  • Temperature Measurement. See Thermometry
  • — Strains in Structural Members, Investiga
  • tion on, 265*
  • Tempering. See Heat Treatment under MeZoZ- lurgy
  • Temple Cox Development Co., Ltd., Submersible Bolt-Driving and Punching Gun, 507*
  • Tennessee Valley Authority, Raising of Railway Bridge over Tennessee River, 457*
  • Tensile Tests. See Tests {Materials)
  • Tercentenary of Flamsteed, 183
  • — of Isaac Newton, 62
  • Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Terrestrial Magnetism. See Ma</neZism Tests, Aeronautical. See Aeronautics
  • — Anti-Corrosive Paints for Ships’ Bottoms,
  • 569
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Discharge, of Archimedean Screw, 309*
  • — Electrical, Red-Fir Poles for Transmission Lines, 268
  • — Gas Content of Foundry Sand Cores, 29
  • — Hydraulic, Reinforced Branch Pieces, 1*,
  • 217*, 508*, 529*, 553*, 577*, 605*. See Erratum, 562
  •  ?— Magnetic. See Magnetic
  • Tests (Materials) :
  • Bending Moments on Stiffened Wide- Flanged Beams, 604*
  • — Tests, Reinforced Branch Pieces, 529*, 553*, 577*, 605*. See Erratum, 562
  • Fatigue Tests on Copper and Brass, Effect of Inert Atmospheres, 197, 330
  • Impact Tests, New Form of Notched-Bar Test Piece, 123*
  • Magnetic Tests. See Magnetic
  • Notched-Bar Impact Tests. See Impact Tests (above)
  • Stresses in Materials and Structures. See Stress
  • Tensile Tests, Mild Steel, Effect of Rate of Strain on, 171.* See LETTERS, 304*, 376
  • Quenched Aluminium Alloys, 306, 463
  • Tests, Mechanical, on Copper-Nickel- Silicon Bearing Alloy, 126
  • Testing Machines tor High-Speed Testing, 171*. See LETTERS, 304*, 376
  • Hydraulic, 25-ton Universal (Tangyes, Ltd.), 81*
  • Vibration Tests, Reinforced Branch Pieces, 529*, 553*, 577*, 605*. See Erratum, 562
  • Tests, Overspeed, on Rotor of 22,000-kVA Alternator (Oerlikon Works), 333*
  • — of Pressure-Controlled Aeroplane Cabin, 7*
  • — Results, Significance of Differences in, 64
  • — V2 Rockets, in New Mexico, 193*
  • Testing Apparatus, Hydraulic, for Circuit Breakers, 385*
  • Shear Strength, for Soils (K. C. Productions), 477*
  • —• Glues, Methods of, Specification, 202
  • — House, Steam-Turbine, Pametrada Research Station, 559*
  • — Laboratory. See Laboratory and National Physical
  • — Machine, Hydraulic, 25-ton Universal
  • (Tangyes, Ltd.), 81*
  • — See also Tests {Materials)
  • Text-Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Textile Industry, Electricity Supply in, Report on, 177
  • — Machinery Imports into Brazil, 29, 258
  • Industry, Personnel of Evershed Committee, 10
  • — Research, Swedish Institute for, Gothen
  • burg, Inauguration, 159
  • Thermal Conditions in Open-Hearth Furnace, 486, 520
  • — Efficiency of Locomotives, 191
  • of Steam and Diesel-Electric Locomotives, 257
  • — Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Thermodynamic Principles Applied to Liquidus Surfaces of Aluminium Alloys, 306
  • Thermometry, Temperature-Measuring Apparatus for Tool-Tips, 435*
  • “ Theseus I ” Propeller Gas-Turbine Aero Engine, 367*
  • Thomson, J., the Late, 354
  • Thornycroft, J. I. & Co., Ltd., Tyre-Pressure Control Gear, 296*. See LETTER, 352*
  • Threads, Screw. See Screw
  • Thring, M. W., on Port Design in Open-Hearth Furnaces, 486. See 497 ; on Heat-Flow Meter for Use in Furnaces, 497 : on Thermal Conditions in Open-Hearth Furnaces, 486. See 520
  • Thwaites, R. A. S., on Electricity Supply and District Heating, 30
  • Tidal Flap Valve (Ismailia Valve Co.), 198*
  • — Waves in Pacific Ocean, Proposed Warning System, 355
  • Tides as Source of Energy, 199
  • Tiling, Roof, Specification, 34
  • Timber-Trestle Railway Bridge over Tennessee River, 457*
  • Time Service, Astronomer Royal’s Report on, 293, 316
  • Timms, C., on Measurement of Errors in Turbine Gears, 615
  • Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallwgy
  • — Conference, International, London, 375
  • — Research Institute, Investigation On Corrosion Resistance of Tin-Aluminium Bronzes, 270. See 329
  • Tinning Processes, Electrolytic, Continuous, 335
  • Titanium Compounds for Dielectrics, 427. See ErraZwm, 463
  • Tolls on United States Road System, 439
  • Tool Grinder. See Grinding under AfacAine Tools
  • — Machine. See Machine Tools
  •  ?— Pneumatic. See Machine Tools
  • Toothed Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Torpedo Boats and Destroyers. See Warships Torsional Vibration, Evaluation of Effects of, 88. See Errata, 107
  • Toulmin, J. H., The Late, 75
  • Towers for High-Voltage Overhead Lines, 197. See LETTERS, 328
  • “ Towerfield,” S.S., Salvage of, 328, 390
  • Town and Country Planning, Ministry of, Order on Surface Mineral Working, 206. See Erratum, 227
  • Town Gas. See Gas
  • Townsend, C. L., Electricity Supply in South- West Wales, 176*, 199*
  • Tracing, Drawing-Office, Guide to (Review), 339 Track Renewal on London Midland & Scottish Railway, 571
  • — Trains and Travel (Review), 147 Traction, Electric. See Railways Tractors, Agricultural, Markets for, 230
  • — Farming, Mounted Plough for, 536*
  • —20-b.h.p. Industrial (Lansing Bagnall, Ltd.,) 321*
  • Trade, Agricultural Machinery, 230
  • — Alliance Association, World, and World
  • Food Production, 230
  • — Anglo-Belgian, Conference on, 127
  • — Bill, Statistics of, 567
  • — British, with South America, 150
  • — Disputes. See Labour, and Trade Societies
  • in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — Engineering, in Canada, 151
  • — Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • — Export, and Civil Aviation (Review), 460 Coal, 134
  • — Iron and Steel, United States, 295
  • — Missions to South America, 257
  • — South American, 29,150, 257, 367, 460
  • — and Technical Literature, Recommendation
  • for Standardisation of, 10
  • — Unions. See Labour, and Trade Societies in
  • PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • — United Kingdom Mission to China, 137 Trading Conditions in World’s Markets, 279 Traffic on British Railways, 86
  • — Control System, London & North Eastern
  • Railway, 514
  • — Lane, Capacity of, 433*. See Erratum, 475.
  • See LETTERS, 544, 592
  •  ?— London, and London Plan, Conference, 255, 278, 294, 318, 342, 405. See LETTER, 353
  • Train, Royal, London Midland & Scottish Railway, Carriages for, 212*
  • — — for South Africa (Metropolitan-Cammell
  • Carriage & Wagon Co., Ltd.), 522*
  • — Tracks and Travel (Review), 147
  • — See also Railway
  • Training. See Education
  • Transfer Moulding of Plastics, 237* Transformer Design, German, Report on, 503
  • — “ Hipersil” Iron for (Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co.), 53
  • — Installations for South-West Wales Electricity Supply System, 176*, 199*
  • — 20-W Rotary for Aircraft (English Electric
  • Co., Ltd.), 246
  • — Silicon-Iron Sheets for, 425 -
  • Transition Curve Trigonometry: The Ellipse, 409*. See LETTER, 544*
  • Transjordan, Jordan Valley Irrigation in, 241* Transmission Gear. See Gear; Gearing;
  • Marine Propulsion ; Motor-Car Details
  • — of Power, bee Marine Propulsion; Power
  • Transmission
  • Transmutation and Atomic Structure, 406*, 429*
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — Freight, Road and Rail, Memorandum, 109
  • — Institute of, Formation of Transport Tutorial Committee, 418; Awards for 1945- 46 Session, 438
  • — Ministry of, Statistical Returns of Railways
  • of Great Britain, 1945, 86; British Railway Accidents in 1945,157 ; Experiments with Radio Navigation in Merchant Ships, 159; Disposal of Government-Owned Ships, 174; Circular on Street Lighting, 207; Conversion of Locomotives to Oil Firing, 207. See 82, 134, 279, 416*; Transport Bill, 541
  • — Motor. See Road ; Motor
  • — Nationalisation Bill, 541
  • — Railway. See Railway
  • — Road.'1 See Road; Motor
  •  ?— Tutorial Committee, Institute of Transport, Formation of, 418
  • Traps, Ferrous, for Baths, Specification, 82 Travel, Tracks and Trains (Review), 147 Trawlers, Design of, 377
  • Trent Gas-Turbine Engine, 249*
  • Trestle Railway Bridge, Timber, over Tennessee Railway, 457*
  • Trials. See Tests
  • Triform Reinforcement for Branch Pieces, 1*, 217*, 508*, 529*, 553*, 577*, 605*. See Erratum, 562
  • Trigonometry, Transition Curve: The Ellipse, 409*. See LETTER, 544*
  • Triple-Expansion Engines. See Engines, Steam “ Triplex ” Safety Glass Co., Ltd., Improved Laminated Safety Glass, 380
  • Tritton, J. S., on Locomotive Limitations, 190*
  • Tritton, Sir W., the Late, 328
  • — Lecture on Locomotive Limitations, 190* Trojan, Ltd., 25-cwt. Motor Vehicle with Two-
  • Stroke Engine, 415
  • Trophies, War, Appeal by Naval Committee, 423
  • Truck, Industrial. See Motor Truck
  • — Railway. See Wagons
  • — See also Bogie
  • Truvox Engineering Co., Ltd., Cylindrical Grinding Machine for Small Parts, 597
  • Tubes, Condenser, Bronze, Resistance to Corrossion, 270, 329
  • — Copper, Screw Threads for, Specification, 82
  • — Railways. See Underground Railways;
  • London Passenger Transport Board
  • — Steel, for Boilers of Southern Railway
  • Locomotives, 23*
  • — Synthetic-Resin Bonded-Paper, Specification, 226
  • — See also Pipes
  • Tubewrights, Ltd., Welded Steel Tubular Bridges, 391*
  • Tubing, Steel, Reinforcement of Branch Pieces for, 1*, 217*, 508*, 529*, 553*, 577*, 605*. See Erratum, 562
  • Tunnels, Underground Railway, and London Planning, 277, 294, 318
  • Turbines, Gas, for Aircraft (Review), 268 Blading for. See JBZading Development of, 208
  • Turbines, Gas, Development by Rolls-Royce Ltd., 224*, 247*. See Erratum, 557
  • Formation of National Establishment, 11
  • 3,750-h.p., for Locomotive, 462
  • — •— for Marine Propulsion, 271
  • Researches by Sulzer Brothers, Ltd., 69*, 117*
  • “ Theseus I ” Propeller Type (Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.), 367*
  • — Gear Manufacture, Progress in, 615
  • Reduction Drives, Measurement of Errors in, 615
  • — Hydraulic, in Canada, 64
  • Efficiency and Cavitation of, 334*
  • Origin of Primitive, 388. See LETTERS, 448, 520
  • See also Power Plant
  • — Internal-Combustion, Development of, 208
  • — Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal
  • — Steam, Castings and Weldings for, 93*
  •  ? Exhaust, for Locomotives, 190*
  • 52,000-kW., Kearsley Power Station, 402 Marine, Geared. See Marine Propulsion 60,000-kW, Portobello Power Station, 164 Test House for, Pametrada Research Station, 559*
  • — — See also Turfeo-Generators
  • — Steamers. See Steamers ; Warships
  • Turbo-Generator, 52,000-kW, Kearsley Power Station, 402
  • 60,000-kW Portobello Power Station, 164 for South Africa, 326
  • Transport of 130-ton Stator for, 546
  • Turning. See Machine Tools
  • Twist-Drill Grinder. See Grinding Machine under Machine Tools
  • Tyneside Collieries, Early Railways to, 595
  • Tyres, Alloy Steel, for Southern Railway Locomotives, 45*
  • — Manufacturers’ Conference, Statement on
  • Pneumatic-Tyre Production in War Time, 116
  • — Pressure Control Gear (J. I. Thornycroft &
  • Co., Ltd.), 296*. See LETTER, 352*
  • “ ULSTER QUEEN,” M.S., Salvage of, 328, 340
  • — Road Communication in, Report on, 279 Underground Railways and London Planning,
  • 277, 294, 318 ; Liverpool Street to Stratford Extension, 485, 543
  • — — See also London Passenger Transport Board
  • — Services, Location of, Report, 136 Under-Water Cutters, Ltd., Submersible Bolt-
  • Driving and Punching Gun, 597* Unemployment. See Labour
  • Unexploded Bomb Disposal, Research Applied to, 495
  • Unions, Trade. See Labour, and Trade Societies in PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • United Machine Tool Factories National Corporation, Exhibits at Prague Fair, 546
  • — States, Aeronautical Research in, 188 Airport in Azores, 289*
  • and Alaska Highway, 110
  • Army, V2 Rocket Tests in New Mexico, 193*
  • Bureau of Mines, Investigation of Underground Coal Gasification, 558
  • Bureau of Standards, Sealing of Porous Castings, by V. C. F. Holm, 607
  • Coast-Guard Cruiser “ Seneca,” 534* Colloidal Carbon Production in, 54,76 Development of Broaching Machines in, 485. See LETTERS, 544, 593
  • Electricity Consumption, 374
  • Electricity Supply, 449. See Erratum, 467 Engineering Notes from, 295, 439, 558 and German Reparations, 558
  • Gun Factory, Investigation on Copper-
  • Phosphorus-Lead-Nickel Alloys, 438
  • Helium Production in, 236
  • Lead Production and Consumption, 284 National Museum, Annual Reports, 519 Navy. See U,nited States under Warships Polythene Manufacture in, 388
  • — — Railways. See Railways ; Railroads Unification of Screw Threads in, 254
  • — — War Department, Atomic-Energy Re
  • search Laboratories, 558
  • Welding Research in, 357
  • See also America
  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., Influence of, Port Design on Open-Hearth Furnace, 486, 497
  • United Whalers, Ltd., Whale-Oil Factory Ship “ Balaena,” 393*
  • University, Cambridge, Experiments on Effect of Rate of Strain on Mild Steel, 171*. See LETTERS, 304*, 376
  • — Engineering Research in, 325
  • — Minnesota, Method of Measuring Tool-Tip
  • Temperature, 435*
  • — See also Education
  • Urmston District-Heating Scheme, 614 Uruguay, Engineering Notes from, 257
  • V2 ROCKET Tests in New Mexico, 193*
  • Vacation Work Scheme, Imperial College Union, 519
  • Valve, Change-Over, Hydraulic (Exactor Control Co., Ltd.), 153*
  • — Gear for Southern Railway Locomotives,
  • 44*. See LETTER, 112*
  • — Stop, Flap, Lever-Operated (Ismailia Valve Co.), 198*
  • Variable-Speed Gear. See Gear; Motor-Car Details
  • Ntxtey Microscope Stage, 314*
  • Varley, R., on Railway Electrification in Great Britain, 421
  • Vectors, Elementary, for Electrical Engineers (Review), 507
  • Vedeler, Prof. G., on Load Distribution on, Ships’ Hulls, 376
  • Vehicles, Fighting, British and German, Exhibition of, 67
  • — See also Motor Vehicles
  • Venezuela, Engineering Notes from, 461 Ventilating and Heating for Architects and
  • Builders (Review), 76
  • Vibration, Torsional, Evaluation of Effects of, 88. See Errata, 107
  • Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd. (Aircraft Section), 10/44 Fighting Aeroplane with Nene Jet Engine, 282
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, “ Britain-Can-
  • Make-It ” Exhibition, 87, 303, 443 “ Vindictive,” H.M. Aircraft Carrier, 49, 100* Vinyl Plastics, Synthetic Materials for (Review), 171
  • Vokes, C. G., on Air Filtration for Internal- Combustion Engines, 399
  • Volta Redonda Steelworks, Brazil, Progress at 150
  • Voltages, Low-Pressure Distribution, Standardisation of, 303
  • — Standardisation in Australia, 256
  • Vulcan Foundry, Ltd., “ Liberation ” Locomotives, 399
  • Vyvyan, R. N., the Late, 616
  • WADI Rayan Scheme for Nile Flood Control, 425. See LETTER, 496, 568
  • Wages. See La&onr; and PARAGRAPH INDEX Wagon Construction in Brazil, 619
  • — Motor. See Motor Vehicles
  • — Railway, Continuous Brakes for, 593
  • — Number Available on British Railways, 86
  • Wagonways, History of, 595
  • Wailes, R., on Cult of the Model, 256. See 205. See LETTER, 232
  • Wales, South-West, Electricity Supply in, 176*, 199*
  • Walker, A. H. B., on Electronic Engine Indicator, 361*
  • Walker, Sir W., on Nationalisation of Electricity Supply Industry, 5. See 14
  • Wallington, J. E., on Aircraft Propulsion, 543. See 570, 593
  • “ Walrus ” Flying Boats for Whale-Oil Factory Ship “ Balaena,” 393*
  • War and Economic Problems of Shipbuilding, 412
  • — Effect on Incentive in Industry, 102
  • — History of British Railways, 1939-45 (Review), 100
  • — Incidents on Southern Railway (Review), 460
  • — and the London Midland and Scottish Railway (Review), 171
  • — Material, Production by Southern Railway, 454*
  • — Military Tank Production during, Report, 63
  • — 1914-18, Naval Aircraft in, 17, 27, 49*, 97*
  • — Office, Use of Bailey Bridges by, 245 ; Electrical and Mechanical Equipment Inspection, 591
  • — Optical Glass in, 327, 343, 366
  • — Ship Salvage during, 317, 328, 340, 378, 390,
  • 436
  • —• Time, Electricity Supply in Germany during, 582, 606
  • Pneumatic-Tyre Production in, 116
  • — Trophies Committee, Naval, Appeal by, 423
  • — Work of Royal Dockyards, 461
  • Warfare, Naval. See Warships
  • — Use of Aircraft in. See Aeronautics Warmth, Environmental, and its Measurement,
  • Report on, 38

Warships :

  • Admiralty Fire-Fighting Trials of Magnesium-Base Alloys, 481*
  • — Fuel-Experimental Station, Feed System for Marine Boilers, 472, 498, 521, 548*. See LETTER, 592*
  • — Salvage Department, Work of, 317, 328, 340, 378, 390, 436
  • Aviation, Naval. See Aeronautics Convoying in 1914, 74. See LETTER, 448 Dockyards, Royal, History of, 505*, 533, 601*
  • War Work in, 461
  • H. M. Battleship “ Magnificent ” (1915-17), 73,147*. See LETTER, 448
  • — Cable-Laying Ship “ Monarch,” Amplidyne Electrical Control System, 103*
  • — Cruiser “ Minerva ” (1914-15), 73*, 147*. See LETTER, 448
  • “ Yarmouth,” Launch of Aeroplane from, 51*
  • — Ship “ Greyhound ” Experiments, Examination of, 355, 453*
  • Repair in Dockyards. 461
  • Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • — Auxiliary, M.S. “ Flintlock,” 151*
  • — Flying. See Aeronautics
  • — History, “ Swordfish ” Saga (Review), 5
  • — Mining and Degaussing Exhibition, 78, 129
  • — War Trophies Committee, Appeal by, 423
  • Royal Naval Electrical Branch, Formation, 447
  • Scientific Service, Organisation, 159 Ships of Invasion Fleet, 401
  • Statesmen and Sea Power (Review), 434 “ Swordfish ” Aircraft, Presentation to National Maritime Museum, 423
  • Saga (Review), 5
  • United States Battleship “ Kentucky ” and Cruiser “ Hawaii,” Modifications to,439
  • Warships—continued.
  • United States Coast-Guard Cruiser, “ Seneca,” 534*
  • — — Cruisers “ Salem ” and “ Newport News,” Air Conditioning in, 439
  • Navy, Admiral Byrd’s Antarctic Expedition, 558
  • Navy, Bikini Atoll Atom-Bomb Tests, 13, 87
  • • Navy Electronics Laboratory, Ex
  • periments on Effect of Weather on Radio Transmission, 295
  • Navy, 6,000-ton Capacity Floating Repair Dock for, 307
  • Navy, Inflatable Fabric Cells for Aircraft Salvage, 322*
  •  ? Navy Reserve Fleets, “ Packaging ”
  • of, 138*
  • Washing Plants, Flue-Gas, for Power Stations, 135
  • Water Bacteriology, with Special Reference to Sanitary Water Analysis (Review), 221!
  • — Board, Rand, Annual Report, 15
  •  ?— Consumption of Engines. See Steam Consumption
  • — Department, Glasgow, Ruchazie Reservoir,
  • 307
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Report of Joint
  • Committee on Location of Underground Services, 136
  • — Filters. See Filters
  • — Heating Systems, High-Pressure, (Review),
  • 51
  • — Mains, Influence on London Traffic Plan,
  • 278, 342
  •  ? Underground, Report on Agreed Methods
  • for, Location of, 136
  • — Power. See also Hydraulic ; Power Plant;
  • Power, Water ; Turbine, Hydraulic
  • — Resources, Australian, 174
  • and Irrigation in Transjordan, 241*
  • — Softening Plant for Beenham’s Heath
  • Pumping Station, 53
  • — Supply on Farms in England and Wales, 210
  • — — United States Airport in Azores, 291* See also Irrigation
  • — Taps, Specification, 250
  • — Treatment and Purification (Review), 244
  • — Trough Renewal on London Midland and
  • Scottish Railway, 571
  • — Tube Boiler. See Boiler
  • — Turbines. See Twrftines, Hydraulic ; Power
  • Plant
  • — Wheels, Primitive, Origin of, 388. See
  • LETTERS, 448, 520
  • See also Turbines, Hydraulic; Power Plant
  • Waterways, Inland, Association of, Formation, 88
  • — See also Rivers; Canals
  • Waterworks. See Water Supply and PARAGRAPH INDEX
  • Watson, J. D., the Late, 519
  • Watt, James, Centenary Celebrations, 1919, Birmingham, 601
  • Watts Prize for Improving Ships’ Crews’ Accommodation, 615
  • Waves, Electromagnetic. See Electric
  • — Tidal, in Pacific Ocean, Proposed Warning
  • System, 355
  • Wax Production from Coal in Germany, 448 Wear and Alignment Indicator, H. D. Adam’s, 512*. See LETTER, 568
  • Wear Shipbuilders’ Association, Sunderland Shipbuilding Exhibition, 495
  • Weather. See Meteorology
  • Weigel, A. C., on Welding Research in the United States, 357
  • Welded Structural Steelwork (Review), 171
  • — Reinforced Branch Pieces, Tests of, 1*, 217*,
  • 508*, 529*, 553*, 577*, 605*. See
  • Erratum, 562
  • — Roof Members, Fracture due to Temperature Strains in, 265*
  • Welding, Arc, Electricity Supply for, Report, 446
  • Safety Electrode Holder for (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 438*
  • — of Boilers for Southern Railway Locomotives, 22*
  • — Gas, of Magnesium Alloys, Welding Research
  • Association Report on, 231
  • — in Great Britain, Position of, 356
  • — Institute of, Sir W. J. Larke’s Medal Com
  • petition Papers (Review), 76 ; Presidential Address, by A. Dyson, on Welding in Great Britain, 356; Research on Welding in United States, by A. C. Weigel, 357
  • — Research Association, British, Report on
  • - Gas Welding of Magnesium Alloys, 231; Control by Welding Research Board, 566 Board, Programme of Investigations, 566 in United States, 357
  • — Symbols for Shipyard Drawings, Specification, 154
  • Welland Gas-Turbine Engine, 224*
  • Wellington Harbour, New Zealand, Annual Report, 567
  • Welsh Farms, Water and Electricity Supplies on,210
  • — Industries Fair, Cardiff, 319
  • Welwyn, Frythe Research Laboratories, Lease by Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 154
  • — Garden City Station, Improvements at, 9* West Cambrian Power Co., Ltd., Operations of,
  • 176*, 199*
  • — Hartlepool Technical College, Prospectus, 394
  • — of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute. See Iron and Steel
  • Westinghouse Brake & Signal Co., Ltd., Research Department, Electronic Engine Indicator, 361*
  • Westinghouse Electric & Manufacturing Co., “Hipersil” Transformer Iron, 53
  • Westwood Mineral Development Committee,
  • 131
  • Whale-Oil Factory Ship “ Balaena,” 393* Whalley, F. S., on “ Liberation ” Locomotives, 399
  • Wheelcase for Aircraft Jet-Propulsion Engine, 248*
  • Wheel, Cast Steel, for Southern Railway Locomotives, 44*
  • — Gear. See Gears; Gearing; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Grinding. See Grinding under Machine
  • Tools
  • Whipple, R. S.,. on C. Varley’s Microscope Stage, 314*
  • White Sands, New Mexico, V2 Rocket Tests at, 193*
  • Whitehead Iron & Steel Co., Ltd., Annealing Plant for Steel Strip in Coils, 568
  • Whiteley, R., on Future of Machine-Tool Industry, 376. See 303
  • Width, Flange, Stiffened Plating in Longitudinal Bending, 603*
  • Wilcox, T. W., on High-Voltage Oil Circuit Breakers with Resistance Switching, 469, 621*
  • Wilkins, R. J., on Method of Determining Poisson’s Ratio, 52*
  • Willans, K. W., Cult of the Model, 256. See 205. See LETTER, 232
  • Williams, E. J., on Simple Test of Significance, 64
  • — Lecture on Castings and Weldings, 85, 93*.
  • See LETTERS, 112,136
  • Williams, S. V., the Late,,184 Wilson, C. T. R., Work on Cloud Chamber, 127 Wilson, Dr. W. K., on Effects of Torsional
  • Vibration, 88. See Errata, 107 Winch, Air-Operated, for Motorships, 583*
  • — Haulage for Slipway, United States Airport
  • in Azores, 291*
  • Wind Erosion of Soil in Canada, 223 —- Tunnels. See Aeronautics
  • Wire Strain Gauges, Electrical Resistance, 121*. See LETTER, 280
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Radar; Radio;
  • Telegraphy
  • — Telephony. See Radar ; Radio ; Telephony Wohler's Tests. See Fatiyne under Tests
  • (Materials')
  • Wolverhampton, Research Laboratories of J.
  • Sankey & Sons, Ltd., 425 Women Workers. See Labour Wood, W., the Late, 420 Woodcutting, Handbook of (Review), 5 Woodward, W. E., on Notched-Bar Test Piece, 123*
  • Workmen. See Labour

Works :

  • Cable Works, W. & T. Glover & Co., Ltd., -Lighting System at, 213
  • Engineering Works, Employment of, Women. See Labour
  • Iron and Steel Works, Costs of Shunting in, 445
  • Locomotive Works of Southern Railway, 414*, 454*
  • Steelworks in British Zone of Germany, Output Capacity, 439
  • — Volta Redonda, Brazil, Progress at, 150 Works Management, Factory Organisation and
  • Management (Review), 411
  • Office Mechanisation, Standardisation of, 298
  • Production Control, Introduction to
  • (Review), 459
  • Workshop Technology (Review), 5
  • — Ministry of, Registration of Building and
  • Civil Engineering Contractors, 231 Workshop, Mobile, and 250-kW Generating
  • Plant (Lang Wheels (Manufacturing), Ltd.), 66*
  • — — for War Department, 455*
  • — Technology (Review), 5
  • — Training. See Education
  • — See also Works ; Machine Tools
  • World Power and Atomic Energy, Impact on
  • International Relations (Review), 101
  • — Trade Alliance 'Association «»ud World
  • Food Production, 230
  • Wreck Raising. See Salvage
  • Wrenches, Box-Spanner “Silent. ” (Accles & Pollock, Ltd.), 33*
  • — Impact, Pneumatic (Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.), 128*
  • Wright Lecture on Recent Aeronautical Developments, 188*, 214*
  • Wright, S. J., on Application of Steam Power to Agriculture, 591
  • Wuthrich, G., The Late, 616
  • Wythenshawe Housing Estate, Manchester, Electricity and Heat Supply to, 30; District-Heating Scheme, 614
  • X-RAY Examination, Non-Metallic Inclusions in Steel, 142, 165, 545
  • — Testing of Materials, 41*. See LETTER, 112
  • “YARMOUTH,” H.M Cruiser, Launch of Aeroplane from, 51*
  • Yarmuk, River, and Irrigation in Transjordan, 242*
  • Year Books. See LITERATURE INDEX
  • Yorkshire, Old Clockmakers of (Review), 45.9
  • ZINC Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy

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