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Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index
Engineering 1954 Jan-Jun: Index

Note: This is a sub-section of Engineering (Bound Volumes)

INDEX Illustrated subjects are marked with an asterisk after the number of the page

  • AARON MANBY,” First Iron Steamship, 229
  • Abbreviations, Signs and Symbols, Letter, Specification, 482
  • Abington, Derailment of “ Royal Scot ” near, Report on, 354
  • Abrasive, Diamond, Wheels and Tools, Specification, 456
  • — Discs, Specification, 169
  • Accelerator for Hot-Water Heating Installations (Sigmund Pumps, Ltd.), 734*
  • — Linear, for X-Ray Treatment (Philips Electrical Ltd.), 694*

Accidents:

  • Accident Prevention and Electrical Earthing, Edited by D. M. G. Say (Review), 585
  • in Industry, Conference on, 454 Air Accidents, Prevention of, 334 Aircraft Accidents, Investigations at Farnborough, 132*
  • Clifton-Hall Tunnel Collapse, Report on, 358
  • Collapse of No. 2 Parkhouse Road Over- bridge, Ardrossan, Report on, 34, 40 Docks, Accidents at, Third-Party Insurance Against, 127
  • Electrical Accidents and Their Causes, 1951, Report on, 100
  • on Electric Railways, Measures Against, 328
  • in Factories, Prevention of, 747
  • — Earthing and Accident Prevention, Edited by Dr. M. G. Say (Review), 585
  • — Equipment, Portable, Prevention of Accidents with, 592
  • Fires at Dalmarnock Power Station, 375 Flood Damage on East Coast of England, 34, 38
  • Foundries, Prevention of Accidents in, 230 Industrial Accidents in 1953, 230
  • Railway Accident, Abington, Derailment of “ Royal Scot,” Report on, 354 Derailment Between Wilnecote and Kingsbury, Report on, 515. See Erratum, 569
  • in 1952, Report, 6
  • — =— and Safety Measures, 326
  • Road Accidents and Street Lighting, Connection Between, 327
  • and Traffic Problems, 168 Safety Precautions in Foundry Industry, 736
  • Shipping Accidents and Safety Regulations, 356
  • Steamer, “ Empress of Canada,” Salving of, 359*
  • Storm Damage to Hot-Blast Stove, 168 Accountancy Service for Works Management, 642
  • Accumulators, Electric. See Electric
  • — Pneumatic-Hydraulic, for Universal Testing
  • Machine, 751
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle; Motor Truck
  • A. C.E. Machinery Ltd., 10-cwt. Diesel-Driven
  • Mobile Hoist, 21*
  • Acetylene-Oxygen Blowpipe. See Blowpipe
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • Achonokie Hydro-Electric Scheme, 608 Acoustic Controller (Trade Publication), 712 Activated Sludge. See Sewage
  • Acton Works, London Transport Executive, “ Blowing Out ” Shop for Carriage Underframes, 248*
  • Adam, H. D., on Preventive Maintenance of Oil Engines, 427. See LETTER, 515
  • Adamite Co., Ltd., Safety Treads and Flooring (Trade Publication), 266
  • Address, Presidential. See Presidential Address Aden, Oil Refinery, Electrical Control Equipment for (Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd.), 535*
  • — Port of, Development Scheme at, 293
  • “ Adjusticon ” Leather V-belt, 121
  • Admiralty Dockyards, Holiday Arrangements at, 287
  • — See also Warships
  • A.E.G. Electric Co., Ltd., Electric Motors for Home and Export (Trade Publication), 297
  • Aeration, High-Intensity, for Sewage Plants Ames, Crosta and Co., Ltd.), 436*
  • Aerex, Ltd., Radial-Flow Fans (Trade Publication), 585
  • Aerial Navigation. See Aeronautics
  • — Ropeway. See Wire Ropeway
  • — Transport. See Aeronautics Aerodynamics. See Aeronautics Aerograph Co., Ltd., Spray Guns (Trade
  • Publication), 776
  • Aeronautical Society, Royal, Wright Lecture on Buckling and Stability of Columns, by Prof. N. J. Hoff, 13*. See LETTER, 775; Nash Collection of Historic Aircraft, 101; Mitchell Memorial Lecture, by J. Smith, 166. See 162; Practical Experience of Airline Engineering, by R. C. Morgan, 521; Garden Party, 527; Compound Diesel Engines for Aircraft, by E. E. Chatterton, 573. See 571*. See LETTER, 611; Awards by, 614; Wright Lecture on Choice of Power Units for Civil Aeroplanes, by Dr. A. E. Russell, 683

Aeronautics:

  • Aerial Release of Anti-Tsetse Fly Smoke (Tiltman Langley Laboratories, Ltd.), 219*
  • Aeronautical Work of National Physical Laboratory, 652
  • Aeroplane, Civil, Choice of Power Units for, 683
  • — Fighting, “ Spitfire,” Design by R. J. Mitchell, 162, 166
  • — See also Aircraft: Flying Boat (below) Air Power; Future of, 514
  • — Transport, Comparison of Types of Aircraft for, 402*
  • Safety in, 334
  • Aircraft in Agriculture in United States, Use of (Review), 265
  • — of British European Airways, Engineer
  • ing Experiences with, 521
  • — “ Canberra/’ Equipped as Air Tanker,
  • 61
  • — “ Comet,” Bending Tests of Wings of,
  • 132*; Wreckage of, Submarine . television Camera for Search of, 253*; Naval Salvage of, 392; Redundancy Among Employees Engaged-on Construction, 607, 768
  • — Components, Profile Milling Machine for (Giddings and Lewis Machine Tool Co.), 194
  • — Designed by R. J. Mitchell, 162, 166
  • — Development Plans for Accelerating, 322
  • — Fatigue Tests at Farnborough, 132*
  • — Fire Detectors for (Graviner Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 695*
  • — Use of G.E.C. Heavy Alloy in, 670
  • — Heater Mat Constructed for (D. Napier and Son, Ltd.), 378*
  • — “ Hermes,” Labour Dispute Concern
  • ing, 639
  • — Historical, Nash Collection of, 101
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects of, 2, 268*
  • — — User Problems Affecting, 2, 8. See
  • Erratum, 157
  • — Materials, Development of Plastics for, 372
  • — Production Problems, Conference on, 2, 7. See Erratum, 157
  • — Radio Altimeter for (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 473*
  • — Research Association, Transonic Wind Tunnel, 188*
  • S.B.5 Adjustable-Wing (Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd.), 122
  • — Structures, Thermal Stresses in, 98, 115
  • — Undercarriages, Drop Test Rig for (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 20*
  • — “ Viscount,” Operation of, 674
  • — Water-Based,. Operational Applications of, 199
  • — See also Aeroplane (above); Flying Boat (below)
  • Airfields, Mobile Power Rectifier for (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 85*
  • Airline, Engineering, Practical Experience of, 521
  • Airport, Kano, Nigeria, 55-kW Diesel- Driven Generator for, 380*
  • — London, Refusal to Service Aircraft at, 415; Overtime Ban at, 447; Aluminium-Alloy Doors for Maintenance Hangar, 658*
  • — Reducing Noise at, 482
  • — Schiphol, 4-ton Mobile Crane for, 830*
  • Altitude-Test Tank, Graviner Explosion Suppressors for, 495*
  • Aviation Medicine, Institute of, Investigations on Clothing for Flying Crews, 117
  • British European Airways, Dispute at London Airport, 415, 447; Engineering Practices of, 521; Operation of “ Viscount ” Aircraft, 674
  • — Overseas Airways Corporation, Use of Gas-Turbine Aircraft by, 193, 195; Annual Report, 643; Hangar Doors of Aluminium Alloy, 658*
  • “ Canberra ” Aircraft Equipped as Air Tanker, 61
  • Channel Air-Ferry Traffic by Silver City Airways, 70
  • Civil Aviation, Government’s Policy Condemned, 639
  • Impact of Gas Turbine on, 193, 195
  • Clothing for Flying Crews, Investigation of, 117
  • “ Comet ” Aircraft, Bending Tests of Wings of, 132*; Wreckage of, Submarine Television Camera for Search for, 253* ; Naval Salvage of, 392 ; Redundancy Among Employees Engaged on Construction of, 607, 768
  • Commercial Aircraft, British, Workmanship of, 2, 8
  • De-Icing System, Electro-Thermal, for Aircraft (D. Napier &Son Ltd.), 378*
  • Engine, Aeroplane, for Civil Aircraft, Choice of Type of, 683
  • Effective Utilisation of Material in, 305*
  • Gas-Turbine, 717*
  • Gas-Turbine, Impact on Civil Aviation, 193, 195
  • Gas-Turbine, Test House for Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 214*
  • Aeronautics—continued.
  • Engine, Aeroplane, Gas-Turbine, Thermal Stresses in, 116
  • “ Ghost,” for High-Speed Wind Tunnel, 788*
  • 3,135-h.p. “ Nomad ” Turbo-Diesel Compound (D. Napier and Sons, Ltd.), 571*, 573. See LETTER, 611
  • Portable Starter for (Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co., Ltd.), 569*
  • — — Search for Lightness in, 401
  • Test Plant in Canada (Bristol Aeroplane Engines (Eastern), Ltd.); 608
  • — — See also Turbine, Gas
  • Flight, High-Speed, Thermal Problems of, 98; 115
  • Flying Boats, Operational Applications of, 199
  • — Crews, Investigations bn Clothing for, 117
  • “Ghost” Aeroplane Engines, for High- Speed Wind Tunnel, 788*
  • Hangar, Maintenance, Aluminium-Alloy DoorS for, 658*
  • Helicopter Association of Great Britain, Design of Drive, by J. L. Norton, 432*
  • — Bristol 173, with Stub Wings, 402*
  • — Developments in, 803
  • — Mechanical Transmissions for, 432*
  • — Scope and Possibilities of, 402* Hermes Aircraft, Trade-Union Refusal to Service, 415
  • Labour Dispute Concerning, 639 Icing Protection, Electro-Thermal, for Aircraft (D. Napier and Son, Ltd.), 378*
  • Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft, 1953-54 (Review), 169
  • “ Nomad ” Turbo-Diesel Compound Aero Engine, 571*, 573. See LETTER, 611
  • Radar for Use on Airfields (Trade Publication), 266
  • Royal Air Force, Aircraft Production for, 8; Climatic Research Laboratory, Farnborough, 117; Statement on Defence, 1954, 257
  • — Aircraft Establishment Technical College, Farnborough, Prize Day, 198; Work of, 354, 372
  • “ Spitfire ” Aeroplane Design by R. J. Mitchell, 162, 166
  • Test House for Aero Engines, Montreal North, Canada (Bristol Aeroplane Engines (Eastern), Ltd.), 608
  • “ Viscount ” Airliners, Operation of, 674 Wind-Tunnel Experiments in Radio- Telescope at Jodrell Bank, 826
  • High-Speed and Low-Speed, of de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., 788*
  • Investigations at Royal Aircraft Establishment, 372
  • Tests, H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,” 486, 523, 540, 565
  • Transonic, of Aircraft Research Association, 188*
  • Wing Structures, Fatigue Tests of, 132* Aeroplanes. See Aeronautics
  • “ Affray,” H.M.S., Television Survey of, 555 Africa, Central, Engineering Developments in, 644
  • Age Hardening of Non-Ferrous Alloys, 682 Agreements, Labour. See Labour Agricultural Engineering, British Council
  • Courses, 231
  • National Diploma, Examinations for, 294
  • National Institute of, Demonstrations by, 243; Tractor with Hydraulic Transmission, 708*
  • — Engineers, Institution of British, Examina
  • tion for National Diploma, 294
  • — Machinery Industry, Position and Pros
  • pects' of, 362*
  • in United Kingdom, Report on, 228
  • — Motors. See Engines; Motors; Tractors
  • — Pneumatic Tyre, 21st Birthday of, 584
  • — Tractors; See Tractors
  • Agriculture and Fisheries, Ministry of, Demon- tration of Land-Drainage Machinery, 484
  • — Mechanised-Farming Training Centre (Ford
  • Motor Co., Ltd.), 612
  • — in United States, Use of Aircraft in (Re
  • view), 265
  • —- See also Irrigation
  • Ailleret, P., on Evolution of Electric Power Transmission in Europe, 647
  • Ailsa Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., Construction of Doxford Oil Engines by, 616*
  • Air, Compressed. See Compressed Air: Pneumatic
  • — Compressor, Diesel-Driven, Protection In
  • struments for (Teddington Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 380
  • for Gas Turbines, 717*
  • for 200-h.p. Gas Turbine, 637*
  • Mobile (Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd.), 767*
  • Portable, with 93-b.h.p. Rolls-Royce Oil
  • Engine (Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd.), 446*
  • Reciprocating, Oil-Free (Sulzer Brothers) 533*
  • Single-Cylinder Industrial (Hymatic Engineering Co., Ltd.), 408*
  • Tractor-Mounted, “ Holpack ” (Holman Brothers, Ltd.), 350*
  • 12-Stage, for Turbo-Diesel Aero Engine, 571*, 573. See LETTER, 611
  • Air, Compressor, See also Gas Compressor
  • — Conditioning (Trade Publication), 456 Equipment, Trends in, 337*
  • Plant for Climatic Research Laboratory, Farnborough, 117
  • Plant, H.M. Yacht, “ Britannia,” 486, 565
  • Air Control Installations, Ltd., “ Dusgard ” Unit for Grinding Wheels, 606*; Dust Filters Exhibition, Birmingham, 671; Ventilation Equipment (Trade Publication); 680
  • — Filter, “ Reciprojet ” (Visco Engineering
  • Co., Ltd;), 222*
  • — Force, Royal. See Aeronautics
  • — Heater, Howden-Ljungstrom, Portobello
  • Power Station, 175*
  • — Hoses, Coupling for (Trade Publication),
  • 585
  • — Pollution Control, 546; 549* See also Smoke Abatement
  • — Resistance Tests of British Railways
  • Rolling Stock, 390
  • — See also Atmosphere
  • Aircraft Establishment, Royal. See ylera- nautics
  • — Research Association. See Aeronautics
  • — See Aeronautics
  • Airscrew Co., Ltd., 12-ft. Diameter Fan for Low-Speed Wind Tunnel, 790
  • Alton and Co., Ltd., Pipework and Pipe Supports (Trade Publication), 712
  • Aked, A., on 400-kV Peak Impulse Generator, 109*
  • Akulon, Engineering Application of, 373*
  • Albright and Wilson, Ltd., Portishead Factory for Phosphorus Manufacture, 469
  • “ Alert,” Post-Office Cable Ship, Radio Equipment for, 284
  • “ Alexander Grantham,” Motor Fire-Float, 120*
  • “ Al-Fin ” Bi-Metallic Bonding Process, 409* Algemene Kunstzijde N.V., Production of Akulon, 373*
  • Alignment, Accurate, Over Long Distances, 654*
  • Allan, Dr. J. F., on Ship Preformance and Model Prediction, 618
  • Allardyce, W. L., the Late, 421
  • Allen, W. H., Sons and Co., Ltd., Epicyclic Gear for Marine Propulsion, 185*; 1,512-h.p. and 200-h.p. Naval Gas Turbines, 622; 200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Driven Generator, 637*; 350-h.p. Gas-Turbine Driven
  • Generator, 638*
  • Allendale Works, Crawley, of W. Edwards and Co. (London), Ltd., 381*
  • Alley and Maclellan, Ltd., Valves for Oil (Trade Publication), 488
  • Allied Electronics, Ltd., Instrument for Stopping and Starting Stop-Watch, 61*
  • Allis-Chalmers Co., Trenching Attachment for Tractor, 152;. 4,250-h.p. Coal-Burning Gas Turbine for Locomotives, 561*, 592*
  • Allowance Investment, Suggested, on Machine Tools, 610
  • — in Machine Work. See Gauges
  • Alloys. See Metallurgy; Microphotographs Allweather Paints, Ltd., Water Repellants for
  • Masonry (Trade Publication), 393
  • Almy, N. V., on Model Tests on Ship Forms of 0 • 65 Block Coefficient, 681
  • Alternating Current. See Electric
  • — Stress. See Fatigue under Tests {Materials') Alternators. See Generators, Electric; Turbo-
  • Generators
  • Altimeter, Radio, for Aircraft (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 473*
  • Alton and District Chamber of Commerce, Trades and Craftsmanship Exhibition, 546
  • Aluminium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Bronze, Use in Marine Engineering, 620
  • — Cages for Collieries, 295
  • — and Cast Iron, “ Al-Fin ” Bonding Process
  • for, 409*
  • Aluminium Co. of Canada, Kemano Kitimat Hydro-Electric Scheme, 418, 430*
  • — Food Containers, Manufacture by Grundy
  • (Teddington), Ltd., 218*
  • — Industry, Positions and Prospects of, 42*
  • — Jibs for 7 A-ton Grabbing Crane (S.M.D.
  • Engineers, Ltd.), 798
  • Aluminium, Ltd., Montreal, Canada, Production, Manufacture and Application of Aluminium (Trade Publication), 103
  • — Plate and Sheet, Production by British
  • Aluminium Co., Ltd;, 738, 754*, 822*
  • — Production, Manufacture and Application
  • of (Trade Publication), 103
  • — Rolling of, Control of Quality in, 649.
  • — Roofing, Material, Corrugated (Northern Aluminium Co., Ltd.), 407
  • — Sheet, Embossed (British Aluminium Co.,
  • Ltd.), 539
  • — Structural Design in, by J. B. Dwight
  • (Review), 265
  • — Torsional Creep Properties of, 683 Aluminium Wire and Cable Co., Ltd., Port
  • Tennant Works, 538*
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • Amalgamated Roadstone Corporation, Ltd., Plant at Swinburne Quarry, 759*
  • America. See United States
  • American Chain and Cable Co., Wire-Rope Splicing with Ferrules, 406*
  • American Locomotive Co., 4,250-h.p. Coal- Burning Gas Turbine for Locomotives, 561*, 592*
  • American Logging Equipment (Trade Publication), 201
  • — Navy. See United States under Warships
  • — Society of Mechanical Engineers. See
  • Mechanical Engineers
  • for Testing Materials. See Testing
  • — See also United States
  • Amersham, Radio-Chemical Centre, Radioactive Isotope Preparation Plant, 630*
  • Ames Crosta Mills and Co., Ltd., “ Simplex ”
  • System of Aeration of Sewage, 436* Amplidex Control System for Alternators (Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd.), 149*
  • Amplidyne Systems for Alternators, 685 Amplifier, Magnetic, Experimental (Electro Methods, Ltd.), 277
  • Amplivox, Ltd., Point-Contact and Junction Types of Transistors, 322, 347*; Hearing- Aid Exhibition, 657
  • Ampress Aluminium Foundry of Wellworthy Ltd., 409*
  • Amsler, A. J., and Co., Ltd., Centenary of, 710;
  • Hydraulic Equipment for Universal Testing Machine, 751*
  • Analyser, Metal Ratio (Hilger and Watts, Ltd.), 537
  • — Network, for Electrical Industry, 602* Anderson, J. R., on Electricity for Productivity,
  • 524
  • Andrews, Dr. H. I., on Measurement of Train Resistance, 390
  • Andrews, Kent and Stone, Structural Steelwork for Portobello Power Station, 174*, 206* Anemostat Corporation, Ceiling Air-Distributing Units, 337*
  • Angles, Slotted, for Fabricated Frames (Dexion, Ltd.), 608
  • Anglo-Iranian Oil Co., Ltd., Electrical Control for Oil Refineries, 535*; Extensions at Llandarcy Oil Refinery, 799
  • Angus, Dr. H. T., on British Cast Iron Research Association and Foundry Hazards, 454
  • Annealing. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Ansaldo Co., Genoa, 216-in. Turbine-Gear Hobbing Machine, 510*
  • Anson, C. J., on Accuracy of Time-Study Rating, 301.* See 290
  • Ansty Works of Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., Aero-Engine Test House at, 214*
  • Anthropological Institute, Royal, Importance of Custom in Industrial Society, by H. N.C. Stevenson, 614
  • Anti-Friction Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Apparatus, Electrical, Safety Measures for, 745
  • — Electro-Magnetic, Laminations in, Heat
  • Capacity of, 781
  • — for Measuring Plastic Strains in Steel, 141*
  • — Optical, for Accurate Alignment Over
  • Long Distances, 654*
  • — Scientific, Exhibition, Physical Society’s,
  • 472*, 537
  • — — Exhibition, Royal Society’s, 677 Appleby-Frodingham Steel Works, Dwight-
  • Lloyd Sinter Plant at, 45; Experiments with Sinter Production at, 194, 213; Blast Furnace at Scunthorpe, 324
  • Applied Research Laboratories, Spectrographic Quantometer for Aluminium Blocks, 755*
  • Appointments Bureau, Professional Engineers’, Work of, 450
  • Apprenticeship. See Education; Labour “ Aqualev ” U-Tubes, for Levelling (Trade Publication), 680
  • Arbitration in Labour Disputes. See Labour Arc. See Electric; Furnace; Welding “ Arcadia,” S.S., Twin-screw Passenger and Cargo, 474*, 662*
  • Archibald, F. R., on Beauchamp Tower, 805 Architects, Naval. See Naval Architects Ardeltwerke G.m.b.H., Centrifugal Casting Machine for Iron Pipes, 345*
  • Ardrossan, Parkhouse Road Bridge, Report on Failure of, 34, 40
  • Argentina, Proposed Tractor Manufacture in, 228
  • Argentine State Railways, Condensing Locomotive for, 226
  • Argon-Arc Welding, Electrodes for (Murex Welding Processes, Ltd.), 606
  • Ariel Motors, Ltd., Arc Welding of Motor- Cycle Frames, 349
  • “ Aries,” Motor Yacht, Converted Life Boat, 647
  • Arkless, J. C., the Late, 197
  • Armaments and Statement of Defence, 1954, 257
  • Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., Aero-Engine Compressor and Turbine Test House, 214*; 22-h.p. Twin-Cylinder Diesel
  • Engines, 767*
  • Armstrong Whitworth, Ltd., Castings, Crushers and Colour-Printing Machinery (Trade Publication), 456
  • Army, “ Statement of Defence,” 1954, 257 Arterial Roads. See Roads
  • Artias Hydro-Electric Scheme, Spain, 36-MVA Alternator, 316
  • Artificial Respiration After Electric Shock,
  • Methods of, 745
  • “ Artouste ” Naval Gas Turbine, 622
  • Arts, Royal Society of, Evolution of Public-
  • Health Engineering, by F. E. Bruce and G. M. McNaughton, 232; Cantor Lectures: Safety in Transport: Safety on the Roads, by Dr. W. H. Glanville, 327; Safety in the Air, by Air Commodore Sir V. Brown, 334; Safety on the Railways, by Lieut.-Col. G. R. S. Wilson, 326; Gray Lecture on Safety in Ships, by Capt.
  • J. P. Thomson, 356; Bicentenary of Society (Review), 424; Engineering Developments in Central Africa, by Sir W. Halcrow, 644
  • Asea Electric, Ltd., Electrical-Slip Coupling for Whale Catcher “ Setter IX,” 374
  • Ash Disposal at Emile Huchet Power Station, 309
  • ' Plant, Nechells “ B ” Power Station
  • (International Combustion, Ltd.), 660
  • Ash, Fly, Grading Apparatus for, 272*
  • — Separation Equipment for 4,250-h.p. Gas
  • Turbine for Locomotives, 561*, 502 Ashington Workshops for Colliery Machinery,
  • 311
  • Ashmore, Benson, Pease and CM, Ltd,, Blast Furnace at Scunthorpe, 324
  • Ashworth and Parker, Ltd., Self-Cleaning
  • Strainer (Trade Publication), 617
  • Aslib, Course on Organisation and Development of Information Services, 173; Circulating Periodicals, by C. W. Hanson, 258; Conference on Production, Arrangements for, 271
  • Associated Dynamo and Motor Manufacturers Annual Dinner, 316
  • Associated Electrical Industries, Ltd., Sir G. E. Bailey on Need of Recruits for
  • Engineering Profession, 543, and on
  • Effects of Foreign Competition, 543 Association, British. See British Association
  • — Engineering. See Institutions
  • Association des Industriels de Belgique. See
  • Belgian Association of Manufacturers
  • “ Astronomy ” Picture, at Science Museum, South Kensington, 591
  • — Radio-Telescope at Jodrell Bank, 826* Atlantic Liners. See Ships; Steamers; Motor*
  • ships
  • Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd1., Two-Gun Hot-Spray
  • Unit, 406*; Pneumatic Riveting Hammer, Converted into Swaging Machine, 440*; Mobile Air Compressor, 767*
  • — of End-Grain Photomicrographs for Iden
  • tification of Hardwoods (Review), 232 Atmospheres, Harmful, British Occupational Hygiene Society Conference on, 128
  • — Protective, by A. G. Hotchkiss and H. M,
  • Webber (Review), 519
  • Atmospheric Pollution, Control of, 546, 549* See also Smoke Abatement
  • Atomic Energy Authority Bill, 265
  • Commission, Plutonium Production at
  • Windscale, 610
  • Information, Release Of, 336
  • Made Easy, Address on, 386
  • — — Organisation, Ministry of Supply’s
  • Message to, 39
  • Production Department, Construction of Atomic Energy Factories, 289, 313* Research Establishment, Harwell, Course
  • on Electronics, 232; Zephyr Reactors at, 265; British Experimental Pile, 313*; Electromagnetic Pump for Liquid Metals, 473; Heavy-Water Atomic Reactor, 612 Research in United States, 163
  • — Factories, Britain’s, by K. E. B. Jay
  • (Review), 97, 124*
  • — Power, Application to Industrial Uses, 582
  • — Reactor, Heavy-Water, at Harwell, 612
  • “ Auris,” Oil Tanker, 1,200-s.h.p. Gas Turbines of, 720*
  • Austin, J., and Sons, Ltd., Barugh Green Works of Brook Motors, Ltd., 761*
  • Austin and Lang, Ltd., “ Lunzer ” Rotating
  • Lathe Centres, 408
  • Austin and Trimingham, Levelling by U-Tube
  • (Trade Publication), 680
  • Australia, Experiments on Coke Making from
  • Non-Caking Coals, 285
  • — National Standards Laboratory, Balancing
  • a Rotating Disc, Graphical Construction, 241*. See LETTERS, 323, 419
  • — Warragamba Dam, 400*
  • Australian Commonwealth Railways, 955-h.p.
  • Diesel-Electric Locomotives, 316* Autogenous Welding. See Welds and Welding Automatic Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Signalling. See Signalling
  • — Stokers. See Stokers
  • Automatic Telephone and Electric Co., Ltd., Transportable Wireless Station (Trade Publication), 72
  • “ Automation ” Exposition, International, New York, Arrangements for, 518
  • Automobiles. See Motor Cars
  • Automotive Products CM, Ltd., Lockheed
  • Mark 8 Hydraulic Pump, 157*; Fuel Filter for Diesel Oil, 471
  • Auxiliary Machinery, Marine. See Marine Aveling-Barford, Ltd., Presentation of Tractor to Science Museum, 222*
  • Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Axle Failures and Railway Safety, 326
  • — of London Transport Executive Rolling
  • Stock, Wear of, 145
  • — Units, Hypoid, for Electric Railcars
  • (D. Brown and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.), 342*
  • Aylesbury Turned Parts (True Screws), Ltd.,
  • “ Flexidur ” Belting, 475
  • BABCOCK and WILCOX, LTD., Steam-Raising Equipment at Calder Hall Atomic
  • Power Station, 701*; Marine Boilers (Trade Publication) 808
  • “ B.A.C. Brightray ” Anti-Corrosive Coating, 89*
  • “ Back-Lining ” of Engineering Drawings, 611. See LETTERS, 677, 707, 775
  • Backhouse, H. R., the Late, 69
  • Badger, E. B., and Sons, Ltd., Control Desks for
  • Aden Oil Refinery, 536*
  • Baghdad Trade Fair, 135
  • Bagnall, F. T., on Factors Affecting Wear of
  • Graphite Electrodes, 784
  • Bailey, Sir G. E., on Need of Recruits for Engineering Profession, 543; on Effects of Foreign Competition, 543
  • Bailey Meters and Controls, Ltd., Temperature
  • Indicators (Trade Publication), 680
  • Bailey, S. B., on Drawings in Engineering, 677. See LETTERS, 611, 707, 775
  • Baillie, I. L. G., on Structural Effects at High
  • Rates of Heating, 116
  • Baird, W. A., the Late, 645
  • Bakelite, Ltd., Vybak Polyvinyl-Chloride
  • Sheet for Ducting, 60*
  • Baker Platinum, Ltd., “ Nitroneal ” Generators for Producing Nitrogen, 311*
  • Balance, 200-ton Spring (E. Salter and Co., Ltd.), 626*
  • — Vertical-Centre, Six-Component, for Wind
  • Tunnel (Test Equipment, Ltd.), 791*
  • Balancing a Rotating Disc, Graphical Construction, 241*. See LETTERS, 323, 419
  • Balata Belting, Specification, 266
  • Baldwin Instrument Co., Ltd., Pneumatic
  • Valves and Cylinders, 821*
  • Baling Press for Ferrous Material, Refuse- Disposal Plant at Port Glasgow, 281
  • Ball Bearings. See Bearings
  • — Hardness Tests. See Hardness under
  • Tests {Materials)
  • Band Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Bank, International, for Reconstruction and Development, 163
  • — Rate, Change in, 642
  • “Bantam” Portable Oxygen-Cutter, 182* Bar Cutting-off Machine. See Machine Tools Bardgett, H., on Production of Metallurgical
  • Coke, 501
  • Barlow, fc A., on Aluminium-Alloy Headless
  • Rivets, 398*
  • Barnes, D. C., on Precision X-Ray Diffraction
  • Spectrometer Ring, 82*
  • Barnett, Sir G., on Iron and Steel Foundries Regulations, 1953, 454
  • Barometer, Standard, at National Physical Laboratory, 653*
  • Barr, W., on Work of Institution of Metallurgists, 775
  • Barrelling Machine (Roto-Finish, Ltd.), 573*
  • Barritt, D. T., on New Carbonisation Processes and Their Relation to Established
  • Practice, 277
  • Barrow-in-Furness, Jubilee Bridge, Operating Equipment for (W. H. Smith and Co., Ltd.), 92*
  • Barrow Steelworks, Experiments with Continuous Rossi Casting Machine, 194, 213*
  • Barugh Green Works of Brook Motors, Ltd., 761*
  • Bascule Bridge. See Bridge
  • Bastick, Dr. R. E., on Engineering Aspects of Glass, 462
  • Batch Counter, Electronic (Ericsson Telephones, Ltd.), 817*
  • Bates Bros. (S.M.W.), Ltd., Detachable
  • Tracks for Tractor Wheels, 667*
  • Bates, Prof. L. F., on Domain Structure of Ferromagnetic Metals, 590. See 583
  • Bathurst, Lieut-Comdr. J. N., on Underwater Television, 555. See Erratum, 681
  • Battersea Polytechnic, Lectures on Powder Metallurgy, 29; Lectures oh Protecting Metals by Painting, 32; Course on Corrosion and Its Prevention, 327; Extensions to Buildings, 423
  • Battery. See Electric
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicles; Motor
  • Truck
  • Battleships. See Warships
  • Baty, J. E., and Co., Ltd., High-Magnification
  • Dial Indicator, 765*
  • Baumco Process for Coke Making, 277
  • Baume et Marpent, S.A., Universal Testing Machine, 751*
  • Baxter, P., the Late, 421
  • Beams Carrying Distributed Loads, Theory for, 210*
  • — and Floor Slabs, Prestressed Concrete,
  • Film on, 753
  • — Prestressed-Concrete, with High-Tensile
  • Stresses, 152
  • — Steel, Trussed, with Central Load, Plastic
  • Theory for, 77*
  • Beard, J. R., on Consulting Engineers and Electrical Industry, 806. See 801
  • Bearings, Ball and Roller, Outsize and Special- Purpose (Trade Publication), 456
  • — Metals. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — of Oil Engines, Preventive Maintenance of,
  • 428
  • — Plastic, Graphite-Loaded (White’s Marine
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 22*
  • — Roller, Use in Swedish Rolling Mills, 810
  • — — Tapered, in Rolling Mills, Cinema Film
  • of (British Timken, Ltd.), 420
  • Beckman Instruments, Inc., German Factory of, 739
  • Beechams Buildings, Ltd., Prefabricated Factory Building, 667*
  • Beetle, Death-Watch, Treatment in H.M.S. “ Victory,” 328
  • Belgian Association of Manufacturers, Universal Testing Machine for Large Structures, 751*
  • Bell Green Gas Works, Lower Sydenham, Segas Process for Gas Production, 34, 52*
  • Bell, W. A., on Electrodeposition of Manganese, 748
  • Belmos Co., Ltd., Contactor Starter (Trade
  • Publication);, 72
  • Belt Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • — Drive, Variable-Speed (Trade Publication),
  • 362
  • — V, Leather “ Adjusticon ” (Carol Beltings,
  • Ltd.), 121
  • Belting, Balata, Specification, 266
  • — “ Flexidur ” (Aylesbury Turned Parts
  • (True Screws), Ltd.), 475
  • Belvedere Power Station, Kent, 827 Bemag Boring and Milling Machine, 377*
  • Benbow, W. E., the Late, 37
  • Bending Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Rolls, Plate. See Machine Tools
  • — Tests. See Tests {Materials)
  • Bennett (Hyde), Ltd., Degreasing Solutions (Trade Publication), 361; Liquid Decar- boniser (Trade Publication), 680
  • Benns, H. V., the Late, 421
  • Benson and Robinson, Ltd., Contractors (Trade
  • Publication), 456
  • Bentley Engineering Co., Acquisition of Mellor Bromley and Co., Ltd., 803
  • Bergstrom, L. R., on Limiting of Switching
  • Overvoltages, 716
  • Berk, Ltd., Graviner Explosion Suppressors fpr Sulphur Grinding Plant, 494*
  • Berliner Maschinenbau-A.G., Boring and
  • Milling Machine with Coordinate Setting, 377*
  • Berman, Dr. A., on Decomposition of Cementite during Solidification of Cast Iron, 809
  • Bessel Functions and Formulae, compiled by W. G. Bickley (Review), 265
  • Betteridge, Dr. W., on Torsional Creep Properties of Pure Aluminium, 682
  • Bevel Gears. See Gears
  • Beverstock, Dr. A. G., on Training Commercial Staff for Electricity Supply Industry, 524
  • Beyer Peacock and Co., Ltd., Centenary of, 261 Beznau Power Station, Experience with Gas Turbines at, 146*
  • Bibliography on Shell Moulding, 84 Bicentenary of Royal Society of Arts (Review), 424
  • Bicycles. See Cycles and Motor Cycles Biermanns, J., on Weil Circuit for Testing High-Voltage Current Circuit-Breakers, 716
  • Bigwood, J., and Son, Ltd., Bending and
  • Straightening Machine for Steel Plate, 698*
  • Bilston Steelworks of Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Storm Damage at, 168
  • Binary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy Binomial Tables, 56-100, by H. G. Romig (Review), 329
  • B. I.P. Tools, Ltd., Plastics Moulding Tools, 765 Biplanes. See Aeronautics
  • Birkett, F. W., and Sons, Ltd., Abrasive-Wheel Cutting-off Machine (Trade Publication), 553
  • Birlec, Ltd., Electric Furnace with Steam Atmosphere, 440*
  • Birmingham, British Industries Fair, 578, 634*, 667*
  • Birmingham Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd.,. 955-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotives, 316*
  • — Dust Filters Exhibition (Air Control
  • Installations, Ltd.), 671
  • — Exchange Engineering Centre, Opening of,
  • 483, 804
  • — Industrial Electrical Equipment Exhibition,
  • 135
  • — Industrial Safety Training Centre, Courses
  • at, 743
  • — Power-Factor Correction Equipment, Bir
  • mingham, 63
  • Birmingham Tool and Gauge Co., Ltd., Strip- Feeding Machine for Power Press, 765*
  • — University, Investigations on Physical
  • Nature of “ Knock,” by Dr. B. N. Cole, 111*; Work Measurement Research Unit, Use of, 290, 301*; Graduate School of Thermodynamics, 514, 526*
  • Birthday Honours List, 773
  • Bituminous Coal Research, Inc., Locomotive Development Committee, 4,250-h.p. Coal- Burning Gas-Turbine for Locomotives, 561*, 592*
  • — Materials, Road Construction. See Roads
  • and 77zr
  • Bjurstrom, B., on 100-kV Direct-Current Cable for Gotland Transmission Scheme, 715
  • Blackburn and General Aircraft, Ltd., Stretch- Forming Tool, 318*; 376-h.p. Naval Gas Turbines, 622
  • Blacksmith Shops. See Smith's Shops
  • Blading for 4,250-h.p. Coal-Burning Gas Turbine for Locomotives, 592
  • — Compressor, Vibration Investigation, 526*
  • — of Gas Turbines, Materials for, 620
  • — Turbine, Metals for, 589
  • — — Microscope for (Taylor, Taylor &
  • Hobson, Ltd.), 537
  • — — for 60-MW Turbo-Generator, 206* Blaina, Monmouthshire, Landslide at, 295 Blair, Dr. J. S.» on Thickness of High-
  • Temperature Steam Pipes, 259 583. See LETTERS, 67, 131, 197, 643. See 457*
  • Blake, Sir J. L., the Late, 679
  • Blakeborough, R. A., the Late, 69, 99
  • Blase, J., on Post-Arc Currents in High- Voltage Circuit-Breakers, 716
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Blaw Knox, Ltd., Earth-Moving Equipment (Trade Publication), 362; Concrete Mixers (Trade Publication), 393
  • Bleriot Lecture on Domain of Helicopter, by R. Hafner, 402*
  • Blick Time Recorders, Ltd., Timekeeping Equipment (Trade Publication), 585
  • Blocks and Strips, Terminal (Trade Publication), 393
  • Blower, Secomak Statair (Service Electric Co.), 420
  • — Soot, and Tube-Cleaners (Trade Publica
  • tion), 266
  • — and Turbo-Exhausters (Trade Publication),
  • 9
  • e Blowing Out ” Shop for Railway Carriage Underframes, 248*
  • Blowpipe, Oxy-Acetylene, Portable Motor- Driven Cutter, 182*
  • — See also Welding; Cutting
  • Board, Corrugated, Manufacturing Plant, with “ Dynamatic ” Couplings, 733
  • — of Trade, Trade Statistics, 2; Notices on
  • Imports of Ferro-Alloys, 89; Industrial Organisation and Development Bill, 1954, 198; Safety Regulations for Ships, 356; High-Purity Metals Mission to United States, 381; and Association of Consulting Engineers, 801, 807
  • Boat Equipment, H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,” 566
  • — Flying. See Aeronautics
  • — Motor. See Motor Boat
  • — Specialised (Trade Publication), 72
  • — Submarine. See Warships
  • “ Bodymaker ” Tin-Box Making Machinery, 242*
  • Boel, J., and Sons, S.A., 28,000-ton Floating Dock without Tank Tops, 725
  • Bogie for 955-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotives, 316*
  • — for Electric Cars for Toronto Subway, 342*
  • — of London Transport Executive Rolling
  • Stock, Wear of, 145
  • — Three-Axle, for 2,400-h.p. Electric Loco
  • motive, 184*
  • — See also Trucks
  • “Bogmaster” Tractor for Water-Logged
  • Soils, 285*
  • Boiler, Central-Heating, Instructions for
  • Stokers of, 743
  • — for Coryton Oil Refinery (International
  • Combustion (Holdings), Ltd.), 688
  • — Coverings. See Heat Insulation
  • — Feed Water. See Feed and Water Water Softening. See Water
  • — Foster Wheeler, S.S. “ Arcadia,” 663*
  • — Furnaces. See Furnace and Stoker
  • — Heating (Trade Publication), 362
  • — High-Pressure, for Ships and Power
  • Stations, 148
  • — House Practice, by J. N. Williams (Review),
  • 140
  • — Locomotive, Increase in Steam Pressure,
  • 274
  • — Marine (Trade Publication), 808
  • — “ Packaged,” 250-h.p. “ Powermaster ”
  • (G.W.B. Furnaces, Ltd.), 418, 441*
  • — Plant at Emile Huchet Power Station, 309 for European Power Stations, 423 High-Pressure, Embedded Thermocouple
  • for, 489*
  • — — Industry, Position and Prospects of, 139* Nechells “ B ” Power Station (International Combustion, Ltd.), 660
  • Portobello Power Station, 174*
  • — Waste-Heat, Portslade Gasworks, 657*
  • — Water-Tube, H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,”
  • 567
  • Boilermakers, Shipbuilders and Structural Workers, United Society of, Wage Claims by, 832
  • Bolt, Anchor, for Universal Testing Machine, 751*
  • — and Hexagon Nuts, Cold-Formed, Machine
  • for (Review), 617
  • — Resilient Mounting (L. H. Newton and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 504*
  • Bond, J. A., on Ironmaking from High-
  • Sinter Burdens, 46
  • Bond-street Substation, London, Re-equipment with Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, 604* Bonding Process, Bi-Metallic, “ Al-Fin ” (Wellworthy, Ltd.), 409*
  • Bonneville Power Station, 230-kV Series Capacitor Installation, 786
  • Books Received, 9, 41, 72, 103, 140, 169, 201, 266, 297, 330, 362, 393, 425, 456, 519, 553, 585, 617, 648, 680, 712, 744, 776, 808
  • — Reviews, 9, 41, 72, 102, 140, 169, 201, 233,
  • 265, 297, 329, 361, 393, 425, 455, 487, 519, 553, 585, 617, 647, 680, 744
  • Bore-Measuring Gauge (British Indicators, Ltd.), 85*
  • Boreholes for Proving Coal Seams, 295* Boring Machines, Earth (Trade Publication),
  • 808
  • Hydraulic-Thrust, for Cable and Pipe Ways Underground (E. Pass and Co., Ltd.), 60*
  • Pole-Hole, Mounted on Ferguson Tractor (Taymen, Ltd.), 221*
  • Soil, Mobile (Le Grand, Sutcliffe and Gell, Ltd.), 606*
  • See also Machine Tools
  • Boston (Massachusetts) Weather Service, Investigations on Air Pollution, 550
  • Bottle Conveyor, Chains and Wheels for, Specification, 648
  • Bouellat Engineering, Ltd., Heating Boilers (Trade Publication), 362
  • Boving and Co., Ltd., 21,000-h.p. Kaplan
  • Turbines, 497, 528* Bowman, A., the Late, 197 Box, Tin, Machine for Making, 242 Boydell, E., and Co., Ltd., “ Muir-Hill ”
  • Mechanical Loader, 504*
  • “ Brabo ” Range of Generating Sets, 799* “ Bracknell ” Hardness Tester, 697* Bradford City By-Products Department, Wool
  • Grease (Trade Publication), 617
  • Brake, Electromagnetic, for Motors (Trade Publication), 488
  • — Electro-Pneumatic, for Electric Railcars
  • (Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co., Ltd.), 343*
  • — Exhaust, Parkwood-Oetiker (Parkwood
  • (Brakes), Ltd.), 252*
  • — Magnetic for Electric Motors (Brook
  • Motors, Ltd.), 55*
  • — Railway, Vacuum and Air Compared, 326
  • — See also Dynamometer
  • Braking, Regenerative, on Electric Railways,
  • 328
  • — System for 15-MW Alternator at Owen
  • Falls, 529
  • Brancker Lecture on Impact of Gas Turbine on Civil Aviation, 193, 195
  • Brayhead Springs, Ltd., Packing Unit for
  • Delicate Equipment, 21*
  • Brazing, Aluminium Alloys and Fluxes fol
  • (Trade Publication), 103 Breakdowns. See Accidents Brennstoff-technik Process for Coke Making,
  • 277
  • Brewery Refrigeration Plant of Ind Coope and Allsopp, Ltd., 58*
  • Bricks, Fire. See Refractory Materials Bridge, Bascule, Barrow-in-Furness, Operating
  • Equipment for (W. H. Smith and Co., Ltd.), 92*
  • — Dover Car-Ferry, Winch Gear for, 25*
  • — Forth, Proposed Roadway Over, 28
  • — Parkhouse Road, Ardrossan, Report on
  • Failure of, 34, 40
  • — Pipe, for Brewery Refrigeration Plant
  • (Burton Constructional Engineering Co., Ltd.), 59*
  • — Pipeline, Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 155*
  • — Railway, at Carlisle, Welded Girders and
  • Prestressed-Concrete Deck Slabs for, 181*
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, Early, 200
  • — Road, over Firth of Forth, Proposed,
  • 231
  • Sweden to Denmark, 134
  • — and Tunnel Projects, United Kingdom,
  • Booklet on, 168
  • Bridging and Construction Co., Ltd., Port of
  • Aden Developments, 293
  • Brightside Foundry and Engineering Co., Ltd., Roughing Mill for Aluminium Rod, 538*; Rolling Mills for Aluminium, 756*; 11-in. Continuous Bar Rolling Mill, 819*
  • Briquetting of Cast-Iron Swarf by Leyland Motors, Ltd., 217
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., Master Rod for Radial Engine, 306*; Bristol 173 Helicopter, 402*; Gas-Fired Plant of, 437*
  • Bristol Aeroplane Engines (Eastern), Ltd., Aero-Engine Test Plant, Canada, 608
  • — Work-Study School, 388
  • Britain and France, Electric Power Link between, 450, 464*. See LETTER, 515
  • — Atomic Factories, by K. E. B. Jay (Review),
  • 97, 124*
  • British Aluminium Co., Ltd., Embossed Aluminium Sheet, 539; Falkirk Works of, 738, 754*, 822*
  • — and American Engineering Education
  • Compared, 321
  • British American Oil Co., Ltd., Montreal to Toronto Pipeline, 66, 78*

British Association :

  • Oxford Meeting :
  • Papers by Young Engineers; 243 Programme, 518
  • British Association of Machine Tool Merchants. on Investment Allowance, 610
  • — Broadcasting Corporation, Television De
  • velopments, 322; High/Ultra-High Frequency Transmitters for, 597*; Views on Colour Television, 802
  • — Cast Iron Research Association, Work on
  • Foundry Hazards, 454; “ Dusgard ”
  • Unit for Grinding Wheels, 606*
  • — Chemical Manufacturers, Association of,
  • Report on Work Study Conference, 518; Harrogate Works-Safety Conference Arrangements, 710;
  • — Columbia, Kemano-Kitimat Hydro-Elec
  • tric Scheme, 418, 430*
  • — Commonwealth Scientific Office, Science in
  • U.S.A, for Year Ended June 1953, 163
  • — Construction Equipment, Directory of
  • (Trade Publication), 648
  • — Council, Courses on Agricultural Engineer
  • ing and Soil Mechanics, 231
  • British Electric Transformer Co., Ltd., Transformers for British Railways, 282*
  • — Electrical and Allied Manufacturers Asso
  • ciation, Economics of Diesel-Engined Omnibuses, 258; Annual Report, 545
  • and Allied Industries Research Association, Annual Luncheon, 578; Annual Report, 581; Report on Network Analyser, 602*
  • Development Association, Conference on Street Lighting and Road Safety, 327; Exhibits at Factory Equipment Exhibition, 420; Conference: Inaugural Proceedings, 514, 524; Organisation of Sales and Service to Consumers, by J. Gogan, 524; Selling Electricity: Some Commercial Considerations, by R. E. Gamlen, 524; Training Commercial Staff, by Dr. A. G. Bever- stock, 524; Electrical Floor Warming, by J. W. Moule, 524; Electricity for Productivity: Selling the Idea to Industrialist, by J. R. Anderson, 524; Electronics in Industry, by W. P. Warren, 524; Street Lighting (Trade Publication), 808
  • Power Convention, Torquay, 1953, Proceedings of (Review), 41; Eastbourne Meeting: Programme, 71. See Erratum, 231; Presidential Address by J. R. Beard on Consulting Engineers and Electrical Industry, 806. See 801. Address on Work by British Electricity Authority, by Lord Citrine, 807. See also Vol. 178.
  • — Electricity Authority, 60-MW Turbo-
  • Generators for Uskmouth Station, Tests of, 29*; Revised Tariff for Bulk Supply, 62; Exhibition of Power-Factor Correction Equipment, 63; Generating Plant Installed in 1953, 68; Dust from Dunston Power Station, 122; Exhibition of Industrial Electrical Equipment, Birmingham, 135; Programme for Increasing Capacity, 137; Portobello Power Station, 162, 174*, 206*; Pamphlet on Report of American Electricity Supply Team, 164; Supply Statistics, 190, 259, 454, 597. 742; Pole-Hole Boring Machine, 221*; Status of Power Engineers, 223, 832; Amalgamation of North-Western and Merseyside Divisions, 259; Battery for Keadby Power Station, 273; Fires at Dalmarnock Power Station, 375; Power Link with France, 450, 464*. See LETTER, 515; Staythorpe Cable Testing Station, 452; Switchgear at Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 502*; Thermal Efficiencies of Power Stations, 518; 132-kV Wood-Pole Transmission
  • Line, 600*; Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 660*; Booklet 'on Power and Prosperity, 77C, 774; and Consulting Engineers, 801, 806; Lord Citrine on Activities of Authority, 807; Belvedere and Eiland Power Stations, 827
  • — Employers’ Confederation, Attitude to
  • Establishment of Impartial Wage Authority, 351, 383
  • — European Airways, Dispute at London
  • Airport, 415, 447; Engineering Practices of, 521; Operation of “ Viscount ” Aircraft, 674
  • — Foundrymen, Institute of, Developments
  • with Synthetic Resins in Foundry, by P. G. Pentz, 404; Jubilee Banquet, 516 British Indicators, Ltd., Bore-Measuring Gauge, 85*
  • — Industries Fair, Birmingham, 578, 634*,
  • 66®*
  • Federation of. See Federation
  • — Institute of Management, Conference on
  • Management of Small Firms: Can Small Firms Afford Work Study? by G. J. P. Moorhead, 322; Export Marketing for Small Firm, by J. Davis, 322; Report of Construction of Esso Refinery, Fawley, 353
  • British Insulated Callender’s Cables, Ltd., 275-kV Cable, 452; Overhead Equipment for Tramways and Trolley-Buses (Trade Publication), 680; Production of Alu- minium-Sheathed Cables, 794*
  • British Insulated Callender’s Construction Co., Ltd., Tests on Tubular Welded Radio Masts, 57*; 132-kV Wood-Pole Transmission Line, 600*
  • — Internal-Combustion Engine Research Asso
  • ciation, Investigation on Noise Reduction in Diesel Engines, 144
  • — Iron and Steel Federation, Report on Steel
  • Supports in Coal Mines, 29; Iron and Steel Production, 1953, 98, 101; Report on Education and Training for Management in Iron and Steel Industry, 196; Booklet on “ Steel is Immortal,” 226; Annual Report, 581
  • and Steel Industry, 25 Years’ Developments of, 782; History of, 714
  • and Steel Research Association, Photo- Electric Dust Meter, 146; Annual Report, 713; Investigations on Wear of Graphite Electrodes, 784
  • — Navy. See H.M. under Warships
  • — Non-Ferrous Metals Research Association,
  • Research on Electroplating and Lead- Pipe Production, 205; Annual Meeting and Luncheon, 547
  • British Nylon Spinners, Ltd., Radial Heating Plant for Nylon Fabrics, 30
  • — Occupational Hygiene Society, Conference
  • on Harmful Atmospheres, 128
  • — Overseas Airways Corporation, Use of
  • Gas-Turbine Aircraft by, 193,195; Annual Report, 642; Hangar Doors of Aluminium Alloys, 658*
  • British Overseas Fair, Ltd., Baghdad Trade Fair, 135
  • British Oxygen Co., Ltd., Portable Oxy- Acetylene Cutter, 182*; New “Torch” Quarterly Bulletin, 525
  • British Petroleum Chemicals, Ltd., Chemical Plant at Grangemouth, 830
  • — Productivity Council, Booklet on Review
  • of Productivity in Valves Industry, 198; Review of Productivity in Pressed-Metal Industry, 791
  • — Railways, Accidents in 1952, Report, 6;
  • Apprentice Training by, 30; Suggested Increases in Charges, 31; Examination of Railway Wage and Salary Structure, 31; Coal-Burning Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 34, 39; Failure of Parkhouse Road Bridge, Report on, 34, 40; Lighting of Willesden Carriage Sidings, 56*; Ro’ling- Stock Building Programme, 66, 70, 170*. See LETTER, 226; Trials of 2,500-h.p.. Electric Locomotive, 120; Multiple-Unit Electric Rolling Stock, 134; Prestressed- Concrete Beam for Goods Shed Roof, 152; 2-10-0 Freight Locomotive, 158*; Bridge at Carlisle with Steel Girders and Prestressed-Concrete Deck Slabs, 181*; Diesel Railcars for, 200; 135-ton Transformer Wagon, 220*; Frequency Conversion on Southern Region, 258, 282*; Safety Features, 326; 2,500-h.p. Co-Co Electric Locomotives, 344*; Derailment of “ Royal Scot,” Report on, 354; Clifton-Hall Tunnel Collapse, Report on, 358; Train Resistance Tests, 390; Track Renewal Programme, 420; Temple-Mills Marshalling Yard, 422; Colour-Light Signalling on Southern Region, 422; Mechanisation of Permanent-Way Work on, 492; 1,004-h.p. Diesel-Electric Loco
  • motive, 505*; Buttressing of Retaining Wall, 509* ; Derailment Between Wilne- cote and Kingsbury, 515. See Erratum, 569; Suggested Methods for Reducing Costs on, 575; 250-h.p. Diesel Rail Cars, 601*; Standard 2-6-0 Tender Locomotive, 665*; Strike Due to Lodging-Turns Dispute, 672, 704, 736, 800; 4-6-2 Locomotive “Duke of Gloucester,” 705, 729*; 2,000-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 735; Pension Scheme for Railwaymen, 768
  • — Road Federation, Booklet, “ Cross That
  • River,” 168
  • — Shipbuilding Research Association, Ship
  • Performance and Model Prediction Investigations. 618; Model Tests on Ship Forms of 0.65 Block Coefficient, 681
  • See Shipbuilding
  • — Shipping. See Shipping
  • — Standards Institution. See Standards
  • — Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Sweden,
  • Formation of, 614
  • British Telecommunications, Ltd., Tests of Tubular Welded Radio Masts, 57*
  • British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd., 410-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotives, 50*; Substation Equipment for British Railways, 282*; Selsyns for Transmitting Angular and Rotational Movements, 310*; 36- MVA High-Speed Electric Generator, 316; Control Gear for Electric Railcars, 342; 15-MW Alternator, 528*; Electronic Clearance Monitor, 537; 1,200-kW Turbo- Generators, 663*; 1,200-s.h.p. Gas Turbines of Oil Tanker “ Auris,” 719*; Manufacture of Modem Discharge Lamps, 726*; Electric Rolling-Mill Equipment for Falkirk Aluminium Works, 756*; Electrical Equipment for Wind Tunnel for Aircraft, 790
  • British Timken Ltd'., Cinema Film of Tapered Roller Bearings for Roll Necks in Rolling Mills, 421
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • — Transport Commission, Suggested Increases
  • of Railway Charges, 31; Examination of Railway Wage and Salary Structure, 31; Railway Shopmen’s Wage Demands, 447, 479, 511; New Structure for Railwaymen’s Wages, 479, 511; Survey of Canals and Inland Waterways, 482; Pay Rates for Salaried Staffs, 543; Suggested Methods for Reducing Costs on, 575; Negotiations on Wages of Conciliation Grades, 639; Strike Due to Lodging- Turns Dispute, 672, 704, 736, 800; Pen- sion Scheme for Railwaymen, 768; Gift of Ramsbottom Locomotive to, 772*
  • British and Union Rubber Manufacturing Co., Rubber Coupling for Pipes, 446
  • British Vacuum ©leaner and Engineering Co., Ltd., Swaging Machine for Armature Wires, 440*
  • — Welding Journal, New Publication, 182
  • — —- Research Association, Reference Block
  • for Ultrasonic Testing, 157
  • Brittle Fracture in Carbon-Steel Plate Structures, by M. E. Shank (Review), 585
  • in Steel, Conference on, Report, 295 Brockhouse Heater Co., Ltd., Automatic Oil Burner, 61*
  • Brockhouse, J., and Co., Ltd., Grinding Head for Machine Tools, 349*
  • Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd., Three-Roll Plate- Bending Machine, 343*; 60-ton Press Brake, 624; Plate-Bending Machine, 634; Tube-Straightening Machine, 667*
  • Brook Motors, Ltd., Magnetic Brake for Electric Motor, 55*; Fractional-Horse-Power Motors (Trade Publication), 330; Control Panels for Electric Motors (Trade Publication), 617; Barugh Green Works for Motor-Stator Production, 761*
  • Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd., Multi-Pole Rotary Switch, 84*
  • Brooks, S. H., on Sintering of Iron Ore, 45
  • Broom and Wade, Ltd., Films of Compressed- Air Tools, 391
  • Brosius “ Manipulet ” Forging Manipulator, 829*
  • Brown and Aitken Engineering Co., Ltd., Winch Gear for Dover Car-Ferry Bridge, 25*
  • Brown Boveri Gas Turbine at Beznau Power Station, Experiences with, 146*
  • Brown, D., Corporation, Ltd., Proposed Tractor Manufacture in Argentina, 228; Helical Gear Units (Trade Publication), 297
  • Brown, D., and Sons (Huddersfield), Ltd.,
  • Hypoid Axle Units for Railcars, 342*
  • Brown, D., Machine Tools, Ltd., 216-in. Turbine-Gear Hobbing Machine, 510*; High-Speed Gear Hobbing Machine, 700*
  • Brown, H. H., on Small Hydro-Electric Plants, 47
  • Brown, J., and Co., Ltd., Launch of S.S. “ Saxonia,” 262*; S.S. “ Arcadia,” 474*; 662*; 21,000-h.p. Kaplan Turbine, 497, 528*
  • Brown, J., and Co. (Clydebank), Ltd., Her Majesty’s Yacht “ Britannia,” 483, 522, 540*; 565
  • Brown, Dr. T. W. F., on Marine and Land Turbine Developments, 148; on Long Life Internal-Combustion Turbine, 717*
  • Brown, Air Comdre. Sir V., on Safety in the Air, 334
  • Browne, E. H., on Innovations in Coal Mining, 295*
  • Bruce, F. E., on Evolution of Public-Health Engineering, 232
  • Bruce Peebles and Co., Ltd., 75-MVA Transformers for Portobello Power Station, 207; 11/33-kV Transformers, Owen Falls, 631*
  • Brush Coachwork, Ltd., Electric-Battery Driven Motor Vehicle, 420; Battery Trucks (Trade Publication), 680
  • Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd.., Ampli- dex Control System for Alternators, 149*; 55-kW Alternator, 380*; Alternator for 1J to 25-kW Generating Sets, 799*
  • Brushes and Wheels, Industrial (Trade Publication), 456
  • Bryant, C., and Sons, Ltd., Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 660*
  • Bryant Symons and Co., Ltd., High-Precision Lathe, 653*
  • Bryce Berger, Ltd., Diesel-Engine Starter (Trade Publication), 617
  • B. S.A. Tools, Ltd., “ Burton ” Hardness Tester, 765*
  • Buchholz-Type Gas-Actuated Relay for Transformer Protection, 734*
  • Buck and Hickman, Ltd., Small Tools and Supplies (Trade Publication), 9
  • Buckling and Stability of Columns, Investigations on, 13*. See LETTER, 775
  • Budget and Capital Investment Allowances, 482
  • — and Engineerng Industry, 62
  • Building, Block Dwellings, Electric Lifts for, 30
  • — Construction. See also Concrete, Rein
  • forced
  • — Prefabricated (Beechams Buildings, Ltd.),
  • 667*
  • — Research Station, Squat Load-Measuring
  • Gauge, by C. W. Newberry, 339*. See LETTER, 387; Investigation on Cement for Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 500; Load-Measuring Devices for Wires, 812*
  • — Steel-framed (Trade Publication), 266
  • — Structural Steel in, Use of, Specification, 233
  • — Trades Operatives, National Federation of,
  • Wage Claims of, 415
  • “ Bulldog ” Cultivator, 787
  • Bunting, J. W., on Safety in Use of Portable Electrical Equipment, 592
  • Burs, Tungsten-Carbide Cutting (Trade Publication), 266
  • Bureau of Mines. See United States
  • “ Burcol ’,’ Plastic-Covered Steel Tube, 731
  • Burgess Products Co., Ltd., Hand Engraving (Trade Publication), 103; Micro-Switches (Trade Publication), 617
  • Burke, W., on Need for Good Relations in Industry, 191
  • Burmeister and Wain, Diesel Engines (Trade Publication), 330.
  • Burmese Government Development Programme, 706
  • Burn, G., Ltd., “ Burcol ” Plastic-Covered Steel Tube, 731
  • Burners, Oil Fuel. See Oil Fuel
  • Burnley, T., and Son, Ltd., Vybak Ducting Installation, 60*
  • Burstall, Prof. A. F., on Production Engineering Course, 741. See 678; on . Sir
  • C. A. Parsons in Mechanical Engineering, 771
  • Burton Constructional Engineering Co., Ltd., Pipe Bridge for Brewery Refrigeration Plant, 59*
  • Burton Griffiths and Co., Ltd., “ Burton ” Hardness Tester, 765*
  • Burwood, T. H., on High-Temperature High- Vacuum Electric Furnace, 106*
  • Bury Sewage Plant, High-Intensity Aeration at, 436
  • Business Changes, 5, 37, 69, 102, 133, 167, 229, 261, 293, 325, 389, 421, 453, 485, 517, 549, 580, 613, 645, 679, 711, 742, 772, 805
  • Butler, R. A., on Need for Good Relations in Industry, 191; Receives Deputation on Equal Pay for Women, 223
  • Buttresses, Concrete, for Railway Retaining Wall, 509*
  • Bylander and Waddell, Building for 11-in. Continuous Bar Rolling Mill, 819*
  • By waters Felt-Hardening Machine with “ Dynamatic ” Coupling, 732*
  • CABLE-END, Swaged, Connections and Assemblies, Specification, 169
  • — Laying Ship “ Ocean Layer ” of Submarine Cables, Ltd., 371
  • — Makers’ Association, Staythorpe Cable
  • Testing Station, 452; Relations with Monopolies Commission, 674
  • Cable and Wireless, Ltd., Error Detection and Correction Equipment for Telegraph Circuits, 280*; Jubilee Booklet “World Wide Communications,” 482
  • — See also Wire Ropes and Electric
  • Cableway. See Wire Ropeway
  • Cabul Tool Co., Ltd., “ Bracknell ” and “ Penetrascope ” Hardness Testers, 697* Cadmium Plating, Organic Finishes for, 748 Caerau Colliery, Strikes at, 351
  • Caesium-137, Preparation of, 631*
  • Cage, Aluminium, for Collieries, 295
  • Cahen, F., on Automatic Frequency Regulation in Large Networks, 786
  • Cairncross, Prof., Views on Export Trade, 738 Caisson Gate, Dry Docking of, King George V Dock, Southampton, 438*
  • — Sliding, for Entrance Lock of Queen
  • Elizabeth II Dock, 154*
  • Caithness-Shin Overhead Lines Power Transmission, 804
  • Calculating Machines at Royal Aircraft Establishment, 372
  • Calder Hall Atomic Power Station, 795*
  • Calendar, Eyre Smelting Co., Ltd., (Trade Publication), 617
  • — Turner Bros. (B’ham.), Ltd., (Trade
  • Publication), 72
  • California University, Wave Research Congress, 800
  • Californian Bearing Ratio for Roads, 470*
  • Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd., Polarographs (Trade Publication), 266; Locating Earth Faults (Trade Publication), 617; Process Controller (Trade Publication), 648; Cambridge Tension Indicator, 812*
  • — St. Catherine’s College, Motor Industry
  • Summer School, 157
  • — University, Investigations on Steel Struc
  • tures in Plastic Range, 210*; Courses on Managers in Industry, 231*; United Steel Companies’ Scholarships, 325; Report on Department of Engineering, 487; Compressible Flow of Semi-Perfect Gas, by Dr. D. B. Spalding, Til*
  • Camera Equipment, Mark III* for Television (Marconi Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd.), 668*
  • — High-Speed, Use of G. E. C. Heavy Alloy
  • in (W. Vinten, Ltd.), 671
  • — Room for Aero-Engine Compressor and
  • Turbine Test House, 214*
  • — Television, for Industry and Education
  • (Pye, Ltd.), 66, 88*
  • Submarine, Marconi-Siebe Gorman, 253*
  • — for Underwater Television, 555
  • Camerer Cuss and Co., Stop-Watch, Instrument for Stopping and Starting, 61*
  • Campbell, A., the Late, 197
  • Campbell, J. S., on Methods for Reducing Railway Costs, 575
  • Canada, Montreal North, Aero-Engine Test Plant at, 608
  • — New Construction in, 674
  • — Ontario, Load-Frequency Control in
  • Interconnected Electrical Systems, 786
  • — Toronto Subway, Electric Rolling Stock
  • for, 342*
  • — Trade-Union Conditions in, 543
  • — Trans-Northern Petroleum Pipeline, 66,
  • 78*
  • — Water-Power Resources of, 501
  • Canadian Bank of Commerce, Review of New Construction, 674
  • Canadian Liquid Air Co., Ltd., Oxygen- Production Plant, 375*
  • — Nickel Industry in 1953, 70
  • Canadian Pacific Steamship Co., Salving of S.S. “ Empress of Canada,” 359*
  • Canals and Inland Waterways, Survey of, 482 “ Canberra ” Aircraft Equipped as Air Tanker, 61
  • Canham, H. J. S., on Ship Performance and Model Prediction, 618
  • Canning, W., and Co., Ltd., Industrial Brushes and Wheels (Trade Publication), 456; Electroplating Equipment, 634*; Centrifugal Dryer, 634*
  • Cantor Lectures on Safety in Transport, 326, 327, 334
  • Capacitors, Electrolytic (Trade Publication), 393
  • —- High-Voltage, for Transmission Lines (Dubilier Condenser Co. (1925), Ltd.), 787
  • — Miniature (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 472
  • — 380-kV Series, in Sweden, 785
  • — Variable (Trade Publication), 456
  • Cape Asbestos Co., Ltd., Rock-Wool Factory, Stirling, 350
  • Capenhurst Atomic Factory, 97, 124*
  • Capillary and Compression Tube Fittings,
  • Copper, Specification, 425
  • Capital Investment Allowances in Budget, Effect of, 482
  • Need for, 319
  • Cars, Motor. See Motor Cars
  • — Parking Meters (Trade Publidation), 553
  • — Rail. See Carriages, Railway
  • I Carbitracer ’’ Copy-Turning Lathe, 542* Carbon Dioxide Co., Ltd., Carbon Dioxide as Tool Cooling Medium, 130, 156* Plant (Trade Publication), 776 as Tool Cooling Medium (Carbon Dioxide Co., Ltd.), 130, 156*
  • — and Graphite for Chemical Plant (Trade
  • Publication), 266
  • Carbonisation of Coal, New Processes for, 277 Carburisation. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Cargo Steamers. See Steamers,
  • Carlisle, Railway Bridge at, Welded Girders and Prestressed-Concrete Deck Slabs for, 181*
  • Carmarthen-Haverfordwest 132-kV Wood-Pole Transmission Line, 600*
  • Carol Beltings, Ltd., “ Adjusticon ” Leather V Belt, 121
  • Carpet Loom with “ Dynamatic ” Couplings, 732
  • Carr, T. H., on Electricity in Wool-Textile Industry, 161
  • Carriage, Railway, “ Blowing Out ” Shop for Underframes of, 248*
  • — — Construction Programme, British Rail
  • ways, 66, 70
  • Diesel-Driven, for British Railways, 200
  • 250-h.p. Diesel-Driven Railcars (Cravens, Ltd.), 792*
  • — — 250-h.p. Diesel-Engined Railcars, British
  • Railways, 601*
  • — — Electric, for British Railways, 134
  • — — Electric, for Toronto Subway (Glouces
  • ter Railway Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd.), 342*
  • Industry, Position and Prospects, 170*. See LETTER 226
  • — — Railcars, Electric, for Toronto Subway
  • (Gloucester Railway Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd.), 342*
  • — — Willesden Siding for, Illumination
  • System, 56*
  • Carrington, W. E., on Forgeability, Creep Strength and Ductility of Molybdenum, 683
  • Carron Co., Windows for Ships, 475
  • Carruthers, J. H., and Co., Ltd., 15-ton Overhead Travelling Crane, 411*
  • Carslaw, W. H., the Late, 293
  • Carter, G. C., on Sintering of Iron Ore, 45
  • Case Hardening. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Cast Iron and Aluminium “ Al-Fin ” Bonding Process for, 409*
  • — — Industry, History of, 713
  • — — Research Association, British, Work on
  • Foundry Hazards, 454; “ Dusgard ”
  • Unit for Grinding Wheels, 606*
  • Spheroidal-Graphite, Properties of, 620 Structural Changes in, 809
  • — — Swarf,Briquetting of, by Leyland Motors,
  • Ltd., 217
  • Swarf Briquetting Press for (Fielding and Platt, Ltd.), 414*
  • Casting, Continuous, Investigations on Techniques of, 683
  • — Crushers and Colour-Printing Machinery
  • (Trade Publication), 456
  • — Die, Zinc-Alloy, Certification Mark for, 263
  • — Effective Utilisation of Material in, 306*
  • — Investment, Exhibition of (Deritend Pre
  • cision Castings, Ltd.), 455
  • —- Machine, Centrifugal, for Iron Pipes (Ardeltwerke G.m.b.H.), 345*
  • Continuous, at W. Jessop and Sons, Ltd., 713
  • — — Continuous Rossi, Barrow Steelworks,
  • Experiments with, 194, 213*
  • — — Semi-Continuous (Glenfield and Kennedv,
  • Ltd.), 755*
  • — Non-Ferrous, for Marine Engineering, 620
  • — Steel (Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd.),
  • 307*
  • Recommendations to Users and Makers of (Trade Publication), 330
  • Catalogues. See Trade Publications Caterpillar Tractor. See Tractor
  • C. A.V., Ltd., Fuel-Injection Pump, 635* Cavitation Erosion in Marine Propellers, 589
  • Cawkell, A. E., Oscilloscope and Pulse Equipment (Trade Publication), 488
  • C.B.M. Fire Extinguisher, 401
  • C.B.R. Method for Design of Flexible Pavements, by R. E. Kerkhoven and G. M. Dormon (Review), 169
  • Cells. See Electric
  • Cement and Concrete Association, Symposium on Quality Concrete, 642; Mechanical Strain Gauges, 791*; Full-Scale Test of Prestressed Concrete Beams, 815*
  • — Early History of, 200
  • — for Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 500
  • — Record, Production, 771
  • — Spreader for Soil-Stabilising Equipment
  • (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 54*
  • — See also Concrete
  • Cementation Co., Ltd., Cementation Processes (Trade Publication), 456
  • Cementation (Mufflelite), Ltd., Sound-Absorbent Splitter Panel for Wind Tunnel, 789*
  • Centenary of A. J. Amsler and Co., 710
  • Centenary of Beyer Peacock and Co., Ltd., 261
  • — of Sir Dugald Clark, 419
  • — Engineering, in 1954, 6
  • — of Glasgow Waterworks, 231
  • — of Sir C. A. Parsons, 740*, 771
  • — of Pickerings, Ltd., 421
  • — of Society of Engineers, 162, 645
  • — of Watt Club, 189
  • — See also Bicentenary
  • Central Africa, Engineering Developments in, 644
  • — Film Library, Catalogue of Films for Industry, 98, 100
  • Centrifugal Casting of Iron Pipes (Ardeltwerke G.m.b.H.), 345*
  • — Pumps. See Pumps
  • Ceramic Insulating Material (K.L.G. Sparking Plugs, Ltd.), 253
  • Ceramics Research at National Physical Laboratory, 514, 520*
  • — A symposium (Review), 553
  • Chadwick, Edwin, Work on Sanitation, 232
  • Chadwick, R., on Properties of Aluminium-
  • Magnesium-Silicon Alloys, 649 Chain-Track Tractor. See Tractor
  • “ Challenge to Britain,” Labour Party’s
  • Pamphlet, Criticism of Nationalisation Proposals of, 287, 736
  • “ Challenger ” Diesel-Engined Crawler Tractors, 627*
  • Chaloner, Dr. W. H., on Aaron Manby and First Iron Steamship, 229
  • Chamberlain Industries, Ltd., Lorry-Mounted Crane, 829*
  • Chamberlain, K. B., on Thermal Stresses in Gas-Turbine Engines, 116
  • Chance Brothers, Ltd., Types of Glass, 537 Chang, Dr. H. C., on Creep of Aluminium at
  • High Temperatures, 682 Change-Speed Gear. See Gear Charging Machine, Wellman Smith Owen, for
  • Aluminium Coils, 822*
  • — Mechanical, of Iron Foundry Cupolas, 217* Charlesworth, Dr. G., on Roads and Commercial Transport, 168
  • Charlton, T. M., on Analysis of Rigid-Jointed Plane Frameworks, 239*. See 226
  • Charrold, Ltd., Bulk-Delivery Motor Vehicle, 471
  • Chartered Surveyors, Royal Institution of, Amalgamation with Institute of Mining Surveyors, 81
  • Chaseside Engineering Co., Ltd., 4|-ton Dumper Truck, 829*
  • Chatterton, E. E., on Compound Diesel Engines for Aircraft, 573. See 571*. See LETTER 611
  • Chaytor, H. J., the Late, 453 Chemical Constitution of Sinters, 17
  • — Control Equipment for Water Treatment
  • (Trade Publication), 41
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Symposium on
  • Fuel and Power, 325; Symposium on Gas Absorption, 325; Examinations of, 373; Graduates’ and Students’ Tour of Holland, 763
  • Ministry of Supply Training Scheme, 199
  • — Factories and Air-Pollution Control, 552
  • — — Work Study in, Formation of Advisory
  • Committee for, 518
  • — Gas and Mining Engineering, Oil Pros
  • pecting and Production and Fuel Technology (Review), 680
  • “ Chemical Industry and Challenge to Britain,” Booklet on, 258
  • Nationalisation of, Case Against, 287
  • — — by Dr. T. I. Williams (Review), 102
  • — Plant, Carbon and Graphite for (Trade
  • Publication), 266
  • —? — Grangemouth, of British Petroleum Chemicals, Ltd., 830
  • — Resisting Material (Permali, Ltd.), 634
  • — Stoneware, Methods of Testing, Specifica
  • tion, 71
  • Chenin, F., on Utilisation of Colliery Tailings at Emile Huchet Power Station, 308
  • Chevallier, A., on Automatic Frequency
  • Regulation in Large Networks, 786 Chilling and Densening in Foundry Work, by
  • E. Longden (Review), 617
  • Chilton Electric Products, Ltd., Earth- Leakage Circuit Breaker, 544
  • Chimney for Windscale Pile of British Atomic Energy Research Organisation, 313*
  • China Association, Promotion of Trade with China, 738.
  • — Clay Particles, Assessment of Size of, 595
  • — Engineering Students in, 67
  • — Trade with, Promotion of, 738
  • Chisels, Hand, Importance of Quality of, 676* Chloride Batteries, Ltd., Batteries for Substations of British Railways, 283
  • Chlorine Compressor, Oil-Free (Sulzer Brothers), 534*
  • Chlorobromomethane Fire Extinguisher, 401 Chock, Roof, 80-ton, Hydraulic, for Mines
  • (Dowty Mining Equipment, Ltd.), 692* Christie, J., on Research Station for High-
  • Power Circuit-Breakers, 716 Chromatography, Gas-Liquid Separation by,
  • Demonstration of, 677
  • Chromium, Diffusion into Non-Ferrous Metals, 748
  • — Electrodeposited, Quantitative Adhesion
  • Test for, 747
  • Chrysler Corporation, Power-Assisted Motor-
  • Car Steering, 259 Chuck. See Machine Tools Churchill Medal, Award to Sir W. Wallace, 645 Chute, Coal, Control Device, Robinson, 702* Chuter, S. D. C., on Secret Ballots in Industrial Disputes, 354. See 159
  • Cinema Films. See Films
  • Citrine, Lord, on Work of British Electricity Authority, 807
  • City and Guilds College, Student Statistics, 75 of London Institute. Insignia Awards in
  • Technology, 387; Course on Instrument Making, 804
  • — of Oxford College of Technology, Art and
  • Commerce, New Buildings for, 527
  • Civil Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • — Defence Centres, Heating, Ventilating and
  • Power Plants for, 278*
  • — Engineering Code of Practice, Foundations
  • (Review), 487
  • Constructors, Wage Increase for, 575
  • — Engineers, French Society of, British
  • Section, Transport, Preparation and Utilisation of Colliery Tailings at Emile Huchet Power Station, by Dr. R. Gibrat and F. Chenin, 308; Ugine-Sejournet Process for Hot Extrusion of Steel, by J. Sejournet, 450, 463

Civil Engineers, Institution of:

  • Engineers’ Task in Future Wars, by Major- Gen. G. N. Tuck, 133
  • Award of Bayliss Prize, 296
  • Foundations, Civil Engineering Code of Practice (Review), 487
  • Annual Dinner, 582
  • North Sea Flooding Conference:
  • General Survey of Damage Done and Action Taken, by J. V. Spalding, 39. See 34
  • Storm Surges on East Coast of England, by Cmdr. W. I. Farquharson, 38. See 34
  • Some Meteorological Aspects of North Sea Floods with Special Reference to February, 1953, by S. M. Peters, 38. See 34
  • Soil Mechanics Studies of Failures in Sea Defence Banks of Essex and Kent, by Dr. L. F. Cooling and A. Mars- land, 38. See 34
  • Damage to Kent Coast Line and Restoration Works, by G. C. Crowther, 38. See 34
  • Design of Sea Defence Works in Relation to Height of Tide and Degree of Exposure, by C. H. Dobbie, 38. See 34
  • Incidence of Storm Surges as Factor in Design of Coast Protection Works, by J. Duvivier, 38. See 34
  • Sea Defence Works on Sandy Eroding Coast with Scanty Littoral Drift, by S. W. Motts, 39. See 34
  • Damage to Essex Coast Line and Restoration Works, by E. L. Snell, 39. See 34
  • Sea Defences in Wash and Estuary of Great Ouse in Relation to Tidal Surge of 31st January, 1953, by E. W. Doran, 39. See 34
  • Flood Damage in Norfolk, and Suffolk, by K. E. Cotton, 39. See 34
  • Damage and Remedial Operations on Lincolnshire Coast, by F. H. Tomes, 39. See 34
  • London Students’ Section:
  • Atomic Energy Made Easy, by Sir C. Hinton, 386
  • Civil Service, Proposals for Equal Pay for Women in, 223, 832
  • Cladding, Corrugated Aluminium (Northern Aluminium Co., Ltd.), 407
  • Clamp and Ejector for Gear-Shaping Machine, 89*
  • — Pneumatic, for Machine Tools (Lang Pneu
  • matic, Ltd.), 786*
  • Clamping System, Hydraulic, Newton (Power Jacks, Ltd.), 478*
  • Clarifiers for Cooling Media (Philips Electrical, Ltd.), 793*
  • Clark, Sir Dugald, Centenary of, 419
  • Clark, E. G., the Late, 548
  • Clarke, A. W. S., the Late, 517
  • Clarke, N. W. B., on Measuring Loads in Wires, 812*
  • Clarke and Smith Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Sound Equipment for Schools (Trade Publication), 393
  • Clarkson (Engineers), Ltd., Side and Face Milling Cutters, 505*
  • Classification, Decimal, Universal, Treatise on (Review), 102
  • Clausen, H., on Efficiency of Gear Trains, 366* Clays, Fire. See Refractory Materials
  • Clayton Dewandre Co., Ltd., Parkwood- Oetiker Exhaust Brake for Motor Vehicles, 252*
  • Clayton Equipment Co;, Ltd., 410-h.p. Diesel- Electric Locomotives, 50*
  •  ?— Lecture on Air-Pollution Control, 546, 549*
  • — — on Nuclear Reactors and Power Produc
  • tion, 289, 313*
  • Clayton-Wright, H., Ltd., Anti-Vibration Mounting, 760
  • Clench, C. A., the Late, 485
  • Clerical and General Workers’ Union, Wage Increase for Colliery Clerks, 447
  • Cleveland Automatic Machine Co.-, 4-in. High- Speed Single-Spindle Automatic Lathe, 413*
  • — Works, Developments at, 802
  • Clifton Hall Tunnel, Collapse of, Report on, 358
  • Climate. See Meteorological
  • Climatic Research Laboratory, Farnborough, 117
  • Climax Molybdenum Co., Statement on Output of Molybdenum, 274
  • Climax Rock Drill and Engineering Works, Ltd., Pneumatic Valves, Cylinders and Line Fittings (Trade Publication), 776
  • Clocks, Electric (Trade Publication), 553
  • — and Watch Industry, Position and Prospects
  • in, 296*
  • Making and Repairing, by W. J. Gazeley (Review), 297
  • Clockmakers, Worshipful Company of, Founding of Tompion Medal by, 582
  • Clothing for Flying Crews, Investigation of, 117 Clutha River, New Zealand, Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 67
  • Clyde Crane and Engineering Co., Ltd., 74-ton Grabbing Crane with Aluminium Jibs, 798 CO2. See Carbon Dioxide
  • Coaches, Railway. See Carriages
  • Coal Board, National, Annual Report, 673; Inauguration of Seafield Colliery, 778
  • — Chute Control, Robinson, 702*
  • Coal and Coke Handling Plant, Nechells “ B ” Power Station (Mitchell Engineering, Ltd.), 660
  • — Dust Particles, Assessment of, Size of, 594*
  • — Gas. See Gas
  • — Gasification of, International Conference
  • on, Liege, Programme, 501
  • — Handling Plant for 4,250-h.p. Gas Turbine
  • for Locomotives, 561*, 592
  • Plant, Portobello Power Station, 174* Plant, Portslade Gasworks, 656*
  • — Industrial, Sale Below Cost, 95
  • — Low-Rank, Blending of, for Metallurgical-
  • Coke Production, 501
  • — Mining Innovations, 295*
  • Machinery Industry, Position and Prospects of, 136*
  • See also Colliery
  • — Non-Caking, Australian, Experiments on
  • Coke Making from, 285
  • — versus Oil for Gas-Turbine Locomotive
  • Operation, 593*
  • — Production, Need for Improvement, 736 Statistics of, Ministry of Fuel and Power,
  • 511
  • — Pulverised. See Pulverised Coal
  • — Reserves and Production of Metallurgical
  • Coke, 501
  • — and Steel Community, European, Work of,
  • 44; Report on, 324; Annual Report, 581
  • — Utilisation Council, Conference on Smoke
  • Reduction in London, 355
  • Coastal Flooding Report of Departmental Committee on, 769
  • Coating, Anti-Corrosive, for Exhaust Valves (H. Wiggin and Co., Ltd.), 89*
  • — Electroplated, Organic Finishes on, 748 Cobalt Crystal, Domain Structure of, 591 Cobbold, R. H., on Plant Engineering, 679 Codes of Practice, Standard. See Standards Coefficients for Numerical Calculation of
  • Laplace Transforms, by H. E. Salzer (Review), 102
  • Cofferdam for Entrance Lock, Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 153
  • — Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 498* Cogswell, C. F., the Late, 69
  • Cohen, E., on Radiographic Studies of Process of Sintering Iron Ores, 17
  • Coiling Machine for Aluminium Strip, 822* for 11-in. Continuous Bar-Rolling Mill, 820*
  • Coke-Breeze Combustion System (J. Thompson Water Tube Boilers, Ltd.), 527*
  • — and Coal Handling Plant, Nechells “ B ”
  • Power Station (Mitchell Engineering, Ltd.) 660
  • — Handling Plant, Portslade Gasworks, 656*
  • — Making from Australian Non-Caking Coals,
  • Experiments on, 285
  • National Fuels (N.F.C.), Brennstoff- technik and Baumco Processes for, 277
  • — Metallurgical, Production of, by Blending
  • Low-Rank Coals, 501
  • — Oven Managers’ Association, New Car
  • bonisation Processes and Their Relation to Established Practice, by D. T. Barritt and T. Kennaway, 277
  • — Prices, Effect on Foundries, 578. See
  • LETTER, 643
  • Colcough, Dr. T. P., on British Iron and Steel Industry, 782. See 709
  • Cold-Formed Machine Bolts and Hexagon Nuts (Review), 617
  • — Junction Container for Thermocouples, 16* Cole, Dr. B. N., on Physical Nature of
  • “ Knock,” 111 *
  • Colinese, P. E., on New Layout of “ ENGINEERING,” 35
  • College. See Education
  • Colliery, Durham, Flooded, De-Watering of, 168
  • — Easthouses, 650-b.h.p. Steam Haulage
  • Engine, 506*
  • — Hydraulic Props and Chocks for (Dowty
  • Mining Equipment, Ltd.), 692*
  • — Machinery, Ashington Workshops for, 311
  • — Managers, National Association of, Inno
  • vations in Coal Mining, by E. H. Browne, 295*
  • — National Coal Board’s Experiments in, 295*
  • — Officials’ and Staffs’ Association, Wage
  • Increases for Colliery Clerks, 447
  • — Pantyffynnon, Electric Drive for Slant
  • Haulage Plant, 122*
  • — Seafield, Fife, Inauguration of, 678
  • — Sludge, Utilisation at Emile Huchet Power
  • Station, 308
  • — Use of Steel Supports in, 29
  • — Strikes at, 351, 383, 768
  • — Winding. See Winding
  • — See also Mines and Coal Collisions. See Accidents
  • Colloidal Graphite, Ltd., Colloidal Graphite (Trade Publication), 266
  • Colombo-Plan Students in United Kingdom, 387
  • “ Colossus ” Coles 92,000-lb. Mobile Crane, 797*
  • Columns, Buckling and Stability of, 13*. See LETTER, 775
  • Combined Stress. See under Tests {Materials) Combustion Chamber for 200-h.p. Gas Turbine, 637*
  • for Gas Turbines, 717*
  • of Gas Turbine, Traversing Mechanism for Pyrometer and Pitot Tube, 624*
  • — Engineering Association, Conference on
  • Smoke Reduction in London, 355
  • — and “ Knock ” in Petrol Engines, 111*
  • — See also Fuel; Gases
  • “ Combustors ” for 4,250-h.p. Coal-Burning Gas Turbine for Locomotives, 561*
  • “ Comet ” Aircraft, Bending Tests of Wings of, 132*; Wreckage of, Submarine Television Camera for Search of, 253*; Salvage of, 392; Redundancy Among Employees Constructing, 607, 768
  • Commer Cars, Ltd., 90-b.h.p. Opposed-Piston Diesel Engine, 578, 598*
  • Commerce. See Trade Commercial Motor Cars. See Motor Commonwealth Engineering Institutions,
  • London Conference, 802
  • Commonwealth. See also Australia Communication Equipment for Collieries, 296 Compactor for Soil Stabilising Equipment
  • (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 54*
  • Compania Shell de Venezuela, Ltd., Triple
  • Screw Motor Launch, 182*
  • Company Level, Wage Negotiations at, Suggestions for, 255
  • Comparator, Electrical, “ Superset ” (Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd.), 765*
  • — Mechanical, Ultra-Sensitive (C. E. Johans
  • son Ltd.), 23*
  • — Mikrokator Mechanical, 71
  • — Photoelectric (Hilger and Watts, Ltd.), 537
  • — for Thread Examination, “ Matrix ” (Coven
  • try Gauge and Tool Co., Ltd.), 697*
  • Compositors, London Society of, Proposed Merger of, 383
  • Compound Locomotives. See Locomotives
  • — Stress. See Tests {Materials)
  • Compressed Air for Cleaning Underframes of
  • Railway Carriages, 248*
  • Tools. See Machine Tools See also Pneumatic Compression and Capilliary Tube Fittings,
  • Copper, Specification, 425 Compressor, Air. See Air Compressor
  • — Ammonia, for Brewery Refrigeration Plant,
  • 58*
  • — Gas-Turbine, Testing, by Armstrong Sidde-
  • ley Motors, Ltd., 214*
  • Compton Energy-Angle Relationship, Graphs of, by A. T. Nelms (Review), 72
  • Computer, Digital, Electronic, Structural, 226, 239*
  • Symposium on (Review), 9
  • — Electronic, Small, 483. See 331*, 395*
  • — Gear-Rating (Fearns and Mear), 338
  • — Magnetic Tapes and Diffraction Gratings
  • for Machine-Tool Control (Ferranti, Ltd.), 766*
  • Computing Machine, Digital, Electronic, Structural, 226, 239*
  • Digital, Symposium on (Review), 9 Concentrates, Iron-Ore, Sierra Leone, Sintering of, 45
  • Conciliation in Labour Disputes. See Labour Concrete Beams, Prestressed-Concrete, Lee-
  • McCall Full-Scale Tests of, 815*
  • — Buttresses for Railway Retaining Wall, 509*
  • — Durability of, Problems of, 367
  • — Form-work Ties for (Trade Publication), 617
  • — Insulating (Trade Publication), 776
  • Concrete Ltd., Film on Prestressed Concrete
  • Beams and Floor Slabs, 753
  • — Mixers (Trade Publication), 393
  • — Plant, Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme,
  • 499
  • — Prestressed, 19 ft. Pipeline, Derwent River
  • Hydro-Electric Scheme, 71
  • — Quality, Symposium on, 642
  • — Reinforced, Evolution of, 200 Structures, Early, 200
  • — Slabs for Pedestrian Crossings, 91
  • — Structural, Non-Destructive Tests for, 749
  • — Vermiculite as Lightweight Aggregate for,
  • 559
  • Concreting, Handling and Excavating Equipment (Trade Publication), 72
  • — Plant, Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 155*
  • — Winter, by P. Nerenst, E. Rastrup and
  • G. M. Idorn (Review), 201
  • Condensers, Ammonia, for Brewery Refrigeration Plant, 59*
  • — Marine, Non-Ferrous Metals for, 589
  • — Plant, S.S. “ Arcadia,” 662
  • — Surface, Portobello Power Station, 206 Condensing Equipment for Locomotive (Hen
  • schel und Sohn G.m.b.H.), 226, 250*
  • — Steam Locomotive on South African Rail
  • ways, 274
  • Conductivity; See Electric
  • Conduit, Plastic, for Corrosive Conditions
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 463
  • Confederation of Shipbuilding and Engineering Unions, Proposals to Ban Overtime and Limit Piecework, 63; Evidence Submitted to Engineering Court of Inquiry, 127; Wage Claims of Railway Shopmen, 447, 479, 511
  • Conference on Advanced Short Courses for
  • Scientists and Technologists, 291
  • — on Aircraft Production Problems, 2, 7. See
  • Erratum, 157
  • — Annual, Ergonomics Research Society,
  • Arrangements for, 416
  • — British Electrical Development Association,
  • 514, 524
  • — on Brittle Fracture in Steel, Report on, 295
  • — and Exhibitions, Forthcoming, 135, 286,
  • 412, 574, 703, 831
  • — and Exhibition, Welding, Essen, 659
  • — on Harmful Atmospheres, British Occu
  • pational Hygiene Society, 128
  • — Improving Working Environment in Fac
  • tories, 704
  • — Incentives in Industry, 479
  • — International, on Electrodeposition and
  • Metal Finishing, London. See Electrodeposition and Metal Finishing, International Conference, London
  • on Gasification of Coal, Liege, Programme, 501
  • On High-Tension Networks, Paris. See High-Tension Networks, International Conference, Paris
  • — London, Commonwealth Engineering In
  • stitutions, 802
  • — on Management of Small Firms, 322
  • — North Sea Flooding. See Civil Engineers,
  • Institution of
  • — on Oxidation Processes, Holland, Arrange
  • ments for, 271
  • — Radio-Isotope, Oxford, Arrangements for,
  • 199
  • —1 on Safety in Industry, 454
  • — Smoke Reduction in London, Arrange
  • ments for, 355
  • — on Thermal Stress, 98, 115
  • — World Power, Vienna Meeting, 1956,
  • Arrangements for, 743
  • — Young Engineers’, Demands for Better Pay
  • and Conditions, 575
  • — on Young Workers in Industry, 511
  • Congress and Exhibition, Scottish Industrial
  • Design, 360
  • — Internal-Combustion Engine, International,
  • British Participation in, 323
  • — Navigation, Permanent International Asso
  • ciation of, British Section. See Navigation Congresses, Permanent International Association of, British Section
  • — Paris, International Commission on Large
  • Dams, Programme, 447
  • — Wave Research, California University, 500 Conn, R. B., on Electronic Instruments for
  • Marine Turbine Research, 276* Connecting Rods of Oil Engines, Preventive
  • Maintenance of, 427
  • Conon Valley Hydro-Electric Scheme, 90* Conqueror Tank, 483*
  • Conservation of Coal. See Coal; Fuel;
  • Pulverised Coal
  • Consolidated Pneumatic Tool Co., Ltd., Portable Air Compressor with 93-b.h.p. Rolls-Royce Oil Engine, 446*
  • Constant, H., on Search for Lightness, 401 Constructional Engineering Union, Increase in
  • Danger Money Payments to Steel Erectors, 127
  • Construction Equipment, British, Directory of (Trade Publication), 648
  • Consulting Engineers, Association of, Annual Dinner, 453
  • and Electrical Industry, 801, 806 Contactor Starter (Trade Publication), 72 Containers, Food, Aluminium, Manufacture by Grundy (Teddington), Ltd., 218*
  • — Rubber-Like Compound for (Dunlop
  • Rubber Co., Ltd.), 516
  • Continental Components, Ltd., Small-Room Air Conditioner, 337*
  • Continuous Casting Machine, Rossi, Barrow Steelworks, 213*
  • Plant at W. Jessop and Son, Ltd., 713 Contracts, 359, 435, 485, 576, 614, 742 Contractors’ Plant Industry, Position and
  • Prospects of, 397*
  • Control Board, Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 532
  • — Desk at Capenhurst Atomic Factory, 124*
  • — Details for Radio Sets (Trade Publication),
  • HO
  • — Electronic, for Oily-Water Separator
  • (White’s Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.), 150*
  • — Equipment, Alternator, Owen Falls Hydro-
  • Electric Plant, 531*
  • Automatic (Trade Publication), 585 for 2,400-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 184 Electrical, for Aden Oil Refinery
  • (Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd.), 535*
  • — Gear for Bascule Bridge Operating Equip
  • ment (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 92*
  • — — for 955-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotives
  • (A. West and Co., Ltd.), 317*
  • for Electric Railcars (British Thomson- Houston Co., Ltd.), 342*
  • — Instruments, Automatic, for Diesel Engines
  • and Air Compressors (Teddington Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 380
  • — Mechanism, Electronic, for Stator Produc
  • tion at Barugh Green Works, 762*
  • — “ Microsen,” for Overhead Travelling
  • Crane (J. H. Carruthers and Co., Ltd.), 411*
  • — Panels for Electric Motors (Trade Publica
  • tion), 617
  • for Stone-Grading Plant, Swinburne
  • Quarry, 759*
  • — Room for Aero-Engine Compressor and
  • Turbine Test House, 214*
  • for Hebburn Switchgear Testing Station, 418, 444*, 716
  • Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 503*
  • — Supervisory (Trade Publication), 712
  • — System, Amplidex, for Alternators (Brush
  • Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd.), 149* Photo-Electric, for Converging Conveyors, 344*
  • Controllers, Electric Motor. See Motors,
  • Electric
  • — Liquid, for Electric Slant Haulage Drive
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 122*
  • — Process (Trade Publication), 648
  • Auxiliary, Pneumatic Diaphragm Units as (G. Kent, Ltd.), 699*
  • Convention, Electrical Power, British, Eastbourne. See British Electrical Power Convention, Eastbourne
  • — Electronics, Industrial, Arrangements for,
  • 413
  • Converters, Ionic, for Electric Locomotives,
  • 490
  • — Rotary, Bond-street Substation Removal
  • of, 604*
  • Conveyancer Fork-Lift Trucks, Ltd.; Roll- Clamping Attachment for Fork-Lift
  • Trucks, 414*; Brosius “ Manipulet ”
  • Forging Manipulator, 829*; Manipulator for Handling Hot Billets, 829*
  • Conveying System, Tubular (Fisher and Ludlow, Ltd.), 829*
  • Conveyor, Converging, Photo-Electric Control of (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 344*
  • — Grain, Mobile, Pneumatic (Conveyors
  • (Ready-Built), Ltd.), 829*
  • — Hook, for 11-in. Continuous Bar-Rolling
  • Mill, 820*
  • — Natural-Frequency (Redler Conveyors,
  • Ltd.), 797*
  • — Pallet, Overhead, with “ Dynamatic ”
  • Coupling, 732*
  • Conveyors (Ready-Built), Ltd., Mobile Pneumatic Grain Conveyors, 829*
  • — Roller, Plastic, MacCarthy-White (White’s
  • Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.), 22*
  • — Slat, Single-Bottle Width, Chains and
  • Wheel's for, Specification, 648
  • — for Stator Production at Barugh Green
  • Woiks, 761*
  • Conway, H. G., on Origins of Mechanical Servo-Mechanisms, 152
  • Coolants, Clarifiers for (Philips Electrical, Ltd.), 793*
  • Cooler, Oil, with Brass Sheet Casing (J. W.
  • Lawrence, Ltd.), 307*
  • Cooling Bank for 11-in. Continuous Bar Rolling Mill, 819*
  • Cooling, Dr. L. F., on Failures in Sea Defence
  • Banks of Essex and Kent, 38. See 34
  • — Media, Clarifiers for (Philips Electrical,
  • Ltd.), 793*
  • — Plants for Air Conditioning, 337*
  • — Systems of Oil Engines, Preventive Mainten
  • ance of, 428
  • — Tower for Brewery Refrigeration Plant, 58* Reinforced-Concrete, Nechells “ B ”
  • Power Station, 661*
  • — Water Intake; Coryton Oil Refinery, 688* Coombs, A. H„ on Climatic Research Labora
  • tory, Farnborough, 117
  • Cooper, H., on Engineering Aspects of Glass,
  • 462
  • Cooper, L. B., the Late, 69 Cooper, T., the Late, 711 Co-operative Industrial and Commercial
  • Reference and Information Service, Work of, 39
  • Copper Alloys. See Gunmetal and Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Copper Cliff Works, Ontario, Oxygen-Production Plant at, 375*
  • — Rolling of, Control of Quality in, 649
  • — Smelting by International Nickel Co. of
  • Canada, Ltd,, 375*
  • — Supplies and Engineering Industries, 42*
  • — See also Metallurgy
  • Corby, Iron and Steel Works at, 782 Core-Boxes, Steel Vents for (Temple Instruments, Ltd.), 341*
  • Cornish Mining History, 712
  • Coronation Day Broadcasts (Review), 9
  • — Lighting of Westminster Abbey for (Trade
  • Publication), 41
  • — Telecommunications (Trade Publication),
  • 140
  • Corrosion in Action, Film of, 616
  • — Allowance for High-Temperature Steam
  • Pipes, 458*. See LETTERS, 583, 643
  • — Conditions, Severe, Plastic Conduit for
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 463
  • — Cracking, Stress, Problems of Mechanism of,
  • 367
  • — of Household Appliance's from Synthetic
  • Detergents, 420
  • — and Packaging, Lectures at Northampton
  • Polytechnic, London, 199
  • — Prevention Course at Battersea Poly
  • technic, 327
  • — Problems in Marine Engineering, 589
  • — of Propellers. See Propellers
  • — Resistance of Low-Alloy Steels, 713
  • — Rust Prevention and Removing Fluids
  • (Plus-Gas Co., Ltd.), 311
  • —- Tests of Steel-Cored Aluminium Conductors, 183
  • Corrugated-Board Plant, with “ Dynamatic ”
  • Couplings, 733
  • Corrugating Machine for Aluminium Sheets (Streine Tool and Manufacturing Co.), 823*
  • Corrugations of Ship-Bottom Shell Plating, 586 Cory, W., and Sons, Ltd., 7|-ton Grabbing
  • Crane with Aluminium Jibs, 798 Coryton Oil Refinery, 687*
  • Coseley Engineering Co., Ltd., Steel-Framed
  • Buildings (Trade Publication), 266 Costain-John Brown, Ltd., Coryton Oil
  • Refinery, 687*
  • Cotton Congress, International, Plant for
  • Industry, by Sir H. Pilkington, 674
  • Cotton, K. E., on Flood Damage in Norfolk and Suffolk, 39. See 34
  • Counter, Batch, Electronic (Ericsson Telephones, Ltd.), 817*
  • — Electronic (Trade Publication), 425
  • — Scintillation, Phosphors for (Isotope De
  • velopments, Ltd.), 263
  • Counting Instrument for Microscopical Particles (Mullard, Ltd.), 472
  • Coupling, “ Dynamatic,” Applications of
  • (Heenan and Froude, Ltd.), 732*
  • — Electrical Slip, for Whale Catcher “ Setter
  • IX ” (Asea Electric, Ltd.), 374
  • — Flexible-Shaft, for Helicopter Drive, 433
  • — Hose, for Air Lines (Trade Publication), 585
  • — Magnetic (Trade Publication), 680
  • — Pipe, Self-Sealing (Dowty Auto Units,
  • Ltd.), 152*
  • —- Rubber, for Pipes (British and Union
  • Rubber Manufacturing Co.), 446
  • — Shaft (Trade Publication), 71'2 Courts of Inquiry. See under Labour Coventry City Engineer’s Department, Use of
  • Radio Control by, 373
  • Coventry Gauge and Tool Co., Ltd., “ Matrix ”
  • Comparator for Thread Examination, 697*; Optical Twist-Drill Gauge, 697* Covered Conductors’ Association and Mono
  • polies Commission, 674
  • Coverings, Non-Conducting. See Heat Insulation
  • Crabtree, J. A., and Co., Ltd., Starters for Small
  • Motors (Trade Publication), 393
  • Crack Genesis and Growth in Steel, Study of, 369
  • Cracking, Corrosion, Stress, Problems of Mechanism of, 367
  • Craftsmanship and Trades Exhibition, Alton,
  • 546
  • Crane, Electric, Safety Measures for, 745
  • — Grabs for (Trade Publication), 103
  • — 7|-ton Grabbing, with Aluminium Jibs
  • (Clyde Crane and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 798
  • — Hose-Handling, Queen Elizabeth II Dock,
  • 155*
  • — Lorry-Mounted (Chamberlain Industries,
  • Ltd.); 829*
  • — Mobile (Trade Publication), 425
  • 92,000-lb. “ Colossus ” Coles (Steels
  • Engineering Products, Ltd.), 797* 4-ton, with Telescopic Folding Jib (Uni-
  • cum Co.), 830*
  • — Pipe-Laying, Fitted to “ Challenger ”
  • Tractor (Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 629*
  • — 1-ton, Self-Propelled, Battery-Operated
  • (Steels Engineering Products, Ltd.), 119*
  • — 15-ton Travelling, of Tubular Construction
  • (J. H. Carruthers and Co., Ltd.), 411*
  • — Various (Trade Publication), 488
  • — See also Gantry; Hoists
  • Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd., 42-ft. Vertical Boring and Turning Mill, 48*; Horizontal Boring, Facing, Milling and Drilling Machine, 691*
  • Cravens, Ltd., 250-h.p. Diesel-Mechanical Railcars, 792*
  • Crawley, Allendale Works of W. Edwards and Co. (London), Ltd., 381*
  • Creep in High-Temperature Steam Pipes, 457*. See LETTERS, 583, 643
  • — of Metals for Gas Turbines at High Tem
  • peratures, 718
  • — of Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, 682
  • •— in Pipe Flanges, 275
  • — Tests. See under Tests (Materials)
  • Critchell, P. L., on Joints in Water-Retaining Structures, 379
  • Critical Survey of Brittle Fracture in Carbon Plate Steel Structures Other than Ships, by M. E. Shank (Review), 585
  • Croft, Col. C. M., the Late, 773
  • Crompton Parkinson, Ltd., Electrical Equipment for Dover Car-Ferry Bridge Winch Gear, 25*; 240-b.h.p. Auto-Synchronous Motors for Brewery Refrigeration Plant, 58*; Self-Regulating Alternator, 87*; Electrical Equipment for 955-h.p. Diesel- Electric Locomotive, 317*; 68-h.p.
  • Electric Traction Motors, 342*; Electrical Equipment for Swinburne Quarry, 760*
  • Crosby Valve and Engineering Co., Ltd., Safety and Relief Valves (Trade Publication), 266; Control Valves (Trade Publication), 297; Automatic Control Equipment (Trade Publication), 585
  • Cross Channel Submarine Power Cables, Design and Tests of, 450, 464*. See LETTER, 515
  • “ Cross that River.” British Road Federation Booklet, 168
  • Crowther, G. C., on Flood Damage to Kent Coast Line, 38. See 34
  • Croydon Precision Instrument Co., Ltd., Precision Electrical Instruments (Trade Publication) 201
  • Crude-Oil Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • Cruise, A. J., on Assessment of Particle Size, 594*
  • Crushers, Castings and Colour-Printing Machinery (Trade Publication), 456
  • — Gyratory, Output of, 557*
  • Crystal, Single, Magnetic, Domain Structure Of, 590
  • Crystalline Structure of Metals. See MicroPhotographs
  • Cullum, H. W., and Co., Ltd., Acoustic Treatment of Aero-Engine Test House, 214* Cultivators, Petrol-Driven (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 787
  • Cunard Steamship Co., Ltd., Launch of S.S. “ Saxonia,” 262*
  • Cunningham, Eng. Rear Adml. J. E. G., the Late, 355
  • Cupola, Iron-Foundry, Mechanical Charging of, 217*
  • Current, Electric. See Electric
  • Custom in Industrial Society, Importance of, 614
  • Cutters, Milling. See Milling under Machine Tools
  • — Oxy-Acetylene, Portable (British Oxygen
  • Co., Ltd.), 182*
  • Cutting-off Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Machine, Flame, Portable (Trade Publica
  • tion), 456
  • Cycle Industry, Positions and Prospects, 396*
  • — Maintenance and Road Safety, 327
  • — Motor. See Motor Cycle
  • — Working, for Gas Turbines, 717*
  • Cylinder of Oil Engines, Preventive Maintenance of, 428. See LETTER, 515
  • — Pneumatic, for Industrial Use (Baldwin
  • Instrument Co., Ltd.), 821*
  • Valves and Line Fittings (Trade Publication), ’776
  • Cyprus, Dekhela Power Station, Wave Excluder at, 684
  • DALLOW LAMBERT and CO., LTD., Fabric- Type Filter with Automatic Dust Shaker, 635;*
  • Dalmarnock Power Station, Fires at, 375
  • Dam, Concrete, Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 482, 497*, 528*, 579*
  • — — Peechi, on Manali River, Southern
  • India, 243*
  • Warragamba, New South Wales, 400*
  • — Conon Valley Hydro-Electric Scheme, 90*
  • — for Kariba and Kafue Hydro-Electric
  • Schemes, 644
  • — for Kemano-Kitimat Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 418, 430*
  • — Large, International Commission on,
  • Paris Congress, Programme, 447
  • — Luichart, Conon Valley Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 90*
  • — Steel, Temporary, for Entrance Lock of
  • Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 154
  • Dampers, vibration (H. Clayton-Wright, Ltd.), 760
  • Damping Capacity Changes in Aluminium- Rich Alloys, 682
  • — — in Steel; Apparatus for Investigation 141* Danielsson, C., on Sintering Practice at
  • Domnarfvet, Sweden, 46
  • Danielsson, P., the Late, 37
  • Danish. See Denmark
  • Dansie, L. E., on W. Gilbert (or Gilberd), 162 Daralum Castings, Ltd., High-Strength Aluminium Casting Alloy! 217
  • Darby, A., Metallurgical Work of, 714 Darlington, A. E., the Late, 355
  • Data Book on Resistance Welding (Trade Publication), 9
  • Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 410-h.p. Twelve- Cylinder Diesel Engine for Diesel-Electric Locomotives, 50*; Diesel Engines (Trade Publication), 362
  • David, R., on Excitation and De-Excitation of Alternators, 685
  • Davidson and Co., Ltd., Mine Fans (Trade Publication), 776
  • Davidson, H. W., on High-Temperature High- Vacuum Electric Furnace, 106*
  • Davies, Dr. A. E., on Tin-Nickel Electroplating, 748
  • Davies, C., on New Methods of Wage Negotiations, 255
  • Davies, Dr. W., on Sintering of Iron Ore, 45
  • Davis, J., on Export Marketing by Small Firms, 322
  • Davis, Wynn and Andrews, Ltd., Reed-Type Tachometer (Trade Publication), 425; Electronic Counter (Trade Publication), 425
  • Davison, C. St. C., on Dugald Clerk Two- Stroke Gas Engine, 419
  • Davy and United Engineering Co., Ltd., Davy-United Engineering, First Issue of, New Journal, 349; Hot Rolling Mills for Falkirk Aluminium Works, 757*, 822*
  • Dawe Instruments; Ltd., Ultrasonic Thickness Gauge, 537; Electronic Gauge, 537; “ Strobospot ” Hand Stroboscope, 537
  • Dawes, S. S., on Training for Motor-Car Industry, 70
  • Deakin, A., on High Wages and Living Costs, 479; on Equal Pay for Women Industrial Civil Servants, 832; on Abrupt Rejection of Wage Claims, 832
  • Dean, A., on Mechanisation of Permanent- Way Work, 4§2
  • Death-Watch Beetle, Treatment in H.M.S. Victory, 328
  • De Boeck, J. F. M., on Protection of Electric Railway Equipment, 328
  • Decarboniser, Liquid (Trade Publication), 680 Decca Navigator Co., Ltd., Tubular Welded Radio Masts for, 57*
  • Decca Radar, Ltd., Airfield Radar (Trade Publication), 266; M.S. “ Navigator,” Equipment of, 615; Marine Radar (Trade Publication), 680
  • Decimal Classification, Universal, Treatise on (Review), 102
  • Deck Slabs, Prestressed-Concrete, for Railway Bridge at Carlisle, 181*
  • Deep-Drawing Properties of Sheet Steel, 806 Degreasing Solution (Trade Publication), 361 de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., High-Speed and Low-Speed Wind Tunnels, 788*
  • Dekhela, Cyprus, Power Station, Wave Excluder at, 684
  • Delatycki, O., on Traversing Mechanism for Pyrometer and Pitot Tube, 624*
  • De Laval. See Laval and Turbines
  • “ Deluxe Warm White ” Fluorescent Lamps, 316
  • Delve, F. W., on London Fire Brigade, 514 Demuth, O. A., on 230-kV Capacitors in United States, 786
  • Denmark to Sweden Roadway Bridge and Tunnel, 134
  • Dennison, Dr. J. P., on Creep Characteristics of Precipitation-Hardening Alloys, 682 Densening and Chilling in Foundry Work, by E. Longden (Review), 617
  • Derricks. See Cranes
  • Derry, L. D., on Smoke-Limited Power Output of Diesel Engines, 144. See 130
  • Derwent River, Tasmania, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 71
  • Desiccants, Use in Packaging, Specification, 233
  • Design, Engineering, Reflections on, 737
  • — Industrial, Scottish, Congress and Exhibi
  • tion, 360
  • — and Inventions (Crown Use) Bill, Criticisms
  • of, 290
  • — and Research, Cooperation of, for Greater
  • Production, 263
  • Detector, Erosive Ash, for Coal-Burning Gas Turbine, 564
  • — Fire, for Aircraft (Graviner Manufacturing
  • Co., Ltd.), 695*
  • — Flaw, Ultrasonoscope (Glass Develop
  • ments, Ltd.), 473
  • — for Graviner Industrial Explosion, 493* Detergents, Synthetic, Effect of Use of,
  • Report on, 420
  • Effect on Water Supply, 189
  • Detonators for Graviner Explosion Suppressor 493*
  • Developer, Photographic (Trade Publication), 72
  • Dexion, Ltd., Slotted Angles for Fabricated Frames, 608
  • Diagrams, Stress-Strain, for Steel, 141*
  • Dial Cottage, Home of George Stephenson, Proposed Preservation of, 419, 451*
  • — Indicator, High-Magnification (J. E. Baty
  • and Co., Ltd.), 765*
  • Diamond Abrasive Wheels and Tools, Specification, 456
  • Diaphragm Units, Pneumatic, as Auxiliary Process Controllers (G. Kent, Ltd.), 699* Dickinson Memorial Lecture and Medal, 559, 646*
  • Didsbury Engineering Co., Ltd., “ Minigrip ” Manually-Operated Trolley, 797*
  • Die Castings, Zinc-Alloy, Certification Mark for, 263
  • Dielectric Fatigue of Insulating Materials, 785 Diesel Engine Users Association; Operating Experience with Gas Turbines with Particular Reference to Beznau Plant, by E. A. Kerry, 146*; Diesel Engines in Agriculture, by L. Martland and R. M. Ogorkiewicz, 309; Preventive Maintenance of Oil Engines; by H. D. Adam, 427. See LETTER, 515; Annual Luncheon, 547 See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine Propulsion
  • Differential Gear. See Gear
  • Diffraction Gratings, Magnetic Tapes and Computers for Machine-Tool Control (Ferranti, Ltd.), 766*
  • Diffusion of Chromium into Non-Ferrous Metals, 748
  • Diggin, M. B., on Nickel Plating from Sulphamate Solution, 748
  • Digging Machines. See Excavator
  • Dimensional Methods and Their Applications, by C. M. Focken (Review), 744
  • Directory of British Construction Equipment (Trade Publication), 648
  • — Electrical Trades (Review), 425
  • — Post-Office, London (Review), 297
  • Discs, Abrasive, Specification, 169
  • — Rotating, Balancing of, Graphical Construc
  • tion, 241*. See LETTERS, 323, 419
  • Disputes, Trade. See Labour
  • Distillers Co., Ltd., Experiments on Carbon Dioxide as Cooling Medium, 130, 156*
  • Distilling Plant, S.S. “ Arcadia,” 662
  • Diving Apparatus, Self-Contained (Siebe, Gorman and Co., Ltd.), 724
  • D. M.M. (Machinery), Ltd., Crude-Gas Valve (Trade Publication), 456
  • Dobbie, C. H., on Design of Sea Defence Works 38 See 34
  • Dock, Floating, 28,000-ton, Without Tank Tops (J. Boel and Sons, S.A.), 725
  • — London, Overtime Dispute among Dockers,
  • 159, 191, 255, 447
  • — Queen Elizabeth II, of Manchester Ship
  • Canal, 130, 153*
  • Docking, Dry, of Caisson Gate of King George V Dock, Southampton, 438*
  • Dockyards, Admiralty, Holiday Arrangements at, 287
  • Documentation, by Dr. S. C. Bradford (Review), 102
  • Dodds, Dr. E. M., on Smoke-Limited Power Output of Diesel Engines, 144. See 130.
  • Domain Structure of Ferromagnetic Metals, 590
  • Domestic Electric Appliances, Demand for, 331*
  • Dominion Engineering Co., Ltd., Speed Reducing and Increasing Gearboxes (Trade Publication), 680; Shaft Couplings (Trade Publication), 712
  • Domnarfvet, Sweden, Sintering Practice at, 46 Donova, Meuse Valley, United States, Atmospheric Pollution at, 549
  • Door, Folding and Sliding, for British Overseas Airways Corporation Hangar, 6.58*
  • — Sliding, of London Transport Executive
  • Rolling Stock, Wear of, 145
  • Doran; W. E., on Sea Defences in Wash and Great Ouse Estuary, 39. See 34
  • Doretti-Swallow Sports Motor Car for America, 120
  • Dorey, Dr. S. F., on Metals and Marine Engineering, 589. See 583
  • Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., Development Programme of, 802
  • Double Helical Gears. See Gears
  • — Reduction Gears, Marine. See Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Douglas, R. M. (Contractors), Ltd., Transonic Wind Tunnel, 188*
  • Dover Harbour Board, Winch Gear for Car- Ferry Bridge, 25*
  • Dow Memorial Prize Competition of Illuminating Engineering Society, 188
  • Dowel-Making Machine (Trade Publication), 266
  • Downer and Co., Ltd., Rimutaka Tunnel, 623
  • Dowty Auto Units, Ltd., Self-Sealing Pipe Coupling, 152*
  • Dowty Equipment Ltd., Test and Research Rigs, 18*
  • Dowty, G. H., on Aircraft Production Problems, 7. See 2
  • Dowty Mining Equipment, Ltd., 20-ton “Monarch” Hydraulic Pit Prop, 692*; 80-ton Hydraulic Roof Chock, 693*
  • DOxford Oil Engines Construction by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., 616*
  • Drainage, Land, Demonstration of Machinery for, 484
  • — Main, of London, Investigation of Efficiency
  • of, 500
  • — Problems of Fenland, Investigations on, 491 Draughtsmen, Engineering and Shipbuilding,
  • Grant of Salary Increase to, 832
  • — Shipbuilding, Wage Increase for, 575
  • Dravo Corporation, Oil-Fired Space Heaters (Trade Publication), 103; Air Conditioning Plant (Trade Publication), 456
  • Drawings in ENGINEERING, 611. See LETTERS, 677, 707, 775
  • — Office, Saving Time in, 258, 259
  • — Practice, Engineering, Specification, 66, 71
  • Drew, D. A., on High-Temperature Strain Gauges, 116
  • Driers for Colliery Sludge at Emile Huchet Power Station, 308
  • Drill Chuck. See Machins Tools
  • — and Drilling Machines. See Machine Tools Drives, Loom, Induction Motors for (Trade
  • Publication), 72
  • Drop Tests. See Tests (Materials)
  • Drum, Boiler, Embedded Thermocouple for, 489*
  • Dry Dock. See Dock
  • Dryer, Centrifugal (W. Canning and Co., Ltd.), 634*
  • Drying and Mixing Plant; Tar Macadam. See Tar Macadam
  • “ Duaflex ” Oil-Control Piston Ring, 409*
  • “ Dualok ” Hub for Pulley Wheel, 600
  • Dubilier Condenser Co. (1925), Ltd., High- Voltage Capacitors for Transmission Lines, 787
  • Dublin Office of Public Works, 45-ton Road Trailer for, 408*
  • Duct Work for Air-Conditioning Systems, 337* Ducting and Fans, of Corrosion-Resistant Plastic (Turner and Brown, Ltd.), 60*
  • — Flexible, “ Spiratube ” (Flexible Ducting,
  • Ltd.), 187*
  • — for Wind Tunnels, de Havilland Aircraft
  • Co., Ltd., 788*
  • Duff, C. K., on Load Frequency Control in Interconnected Power Systems, 786
  • Duffwillans Equipment Co., Precision Bench Surface Grinder (Trade Publication), 330
  • “ Duke of Gloucester,” 4-6-2 Express Locomotive, 705, 729*
  • Dumper Truck, 4 J-ton, Chaseside Engineering, Co. Ltd., 829*
  • Dunk, V., Ltd., Barugh Green Works of Brook Motors, Ltd., 761*
  • Dunlab Separator Tube for Coal-Burning Gas-Turbine for Locomotives, 563*
  • Dunlop, L. V., the Late, 293
  • Dunlop Rubber Co., Ltd., Rubber-Like Compound for Containers, 516; 21st Birthday of Agricultural Pneumatic Tyre, 584; Maxaret Automatic Brake Control Unit with G.E.C. Heavy-Alloy Flywheel, 670*
  • Dunning, H., and Co. (1946), Ltd., Glands for Electric Cables, 119
  • Dunston Power Station, Dust Nuisance from, 122
  • Du-Plat-Taylor, F. M. G., the Late, 679, 711 Durand, Dr. W. F., Life and Work of, 101 Durham, Colliery, Flooded, De-Watering of, 168
  • — University, Course on Growth and Devel
  • opment of Industry, 741
  • “ Dusgard ” Unit for Grinding Wheels (Air
  • Control Installations, Ltd.), 606*
  • Dussek Bitumen and Taroleum Co., Ltd., Jubilee of, 62
  • Dust, Coal, Particles, Assessment of Size of, 594*
  • See also Pulverised Coal
  • — Collecting Instruments and Air-Pollution
  • Control, 550
  • — Collectors, Vacuum, for Collieries, 296*
  • — Control Plant, Swinburne Quarry, 759*
  • — Filters Exhibition, Birmingham (Air Control
  • Installations, Ltd.), 671
  • — Meter, Photo-Electric, for Blast-Furnace
  • Gases, 146
  • — Nuisance from Dunston Power Station, 122
  • — from Power Stations, Grading Apparatus
  • for, 272*
  • Dutch. See Holland
  • Duvivier, J., on Storm Surges and Design of Coast Protection Works, 38. See 34 Dwellings, Block, Electric Lifts for, 30 Dwight-Lloyd Sinter Plant at Appleby- Frodingham Works, 45
  • “ Dynamatic ” Couplings, Applications of, 732*
  • Dynamos. See Generators, Electric; Turbo- Generators
  • Dynamometer, 2,000-h.p., Heenan-Dynamatic for Aero-Engine Test House, 214*
  • — Quantitative, Pendulum, for Universal
  • Testing Machine, 751*
  • — See also Torsionmeter
  • Dyson, R. A., Ltd., 45-ton Road Trailer, 408*
  • EARTH BORING MACHINE CO., Earth- Boring Machines (Trade Publication), 808
  • — Faults, Instruments for Locating (Trade
  • Publication), 617
  • — Leakage Circuit Breaker (Chilton Electric Products, Ltd.), 544
  • — Moving Equipment (Trade. Publication), 362
  • Earthing, Electrical, and Accident Prevention, Edited by Dr. M. G. Say (Review), 585
  • East Coast of England, Flood Damage on, 34, 38
  • — German Engineering Buying Campaign, 770 Eastbourne, British Electrical Power Convention. See British Electrical Power Convention, Eastbourne
  • Eastern Tractors, Ltd., Demonstration of Implements Used with Ferguson Tractors, 220*
  • Eastham, Oil-Handling Installation at, 304
  • Easthouses Colliery, 650-b.h.p. Steam Haulage Engine, 506*
  • Echo Sounder for Fishing Industry (Kelvin and Hughes, Ltd.), 117
  • Echometer; Recording, for Fishing Vessels (Marconi International Marine Communication Co., Ltd.), 525*
  • Economic Commission for Europe, Steel Production Statistics of, 40
  • — Survey for 1953, 450
  • — Systems, Mechanisms of, by Prof. A.
  • Trustin (Review), 455
  • Economics, Industrial. See Labour
  • — Railway. See Railway
  • Economisers, All-Wielded; Portobello Power Station, 175*
  • Economy, Fuel. See Fuel Economy
  • “ Edgwick ” High-Speed Threading Machine, 219*
  • Edinburgh, Scottish Design Congress, What is Good Design, by Sir W. Puckey, 737
  • — Scottish Industrial Design Exhibition and
  • Congress, 360
  • Edstrom, J. O., on Mechanism of Reduction of Iron Oxides, 16

Education:

  • Advanced Short Courses for Scientists and Technologists, Conference on, 291
  • Agricultural Engineers, Institution of British, Examination for National Diploma, 294
  • Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Harwell, Course on Electronics, 232
  • Battersea Polytechnic, Lectures on Powder Metallurgy, 29; Course oil Protective Painting of Metals, 32; Course on Corrosion and Its Prevention, 327; Extensions at, 423
  • Birmingham Industrial Safety Training Centre, Courses at, 743
  • — University, Investigations on Physical Nature of “ Knock,” by Dr. B. N. Cole, 111*; Graduate School of Thermodynamics, 514, 526*
  • British Council, Courses on Agricultural Engineering and Soil Mechanics, 231 — Institute of Management, Harvard Fellowships for, 416
  • — Occupational Hygiene Society, Conference on Harmful Atmospheres, 128
  • California University, Wave Research Congress, 500
  • Education—continued.
  • Cambridge University, Investigations on Steel Structures in Plastic Range, 210*; Courses on Managers in Industry, 231; United Steel Companies’ Scholarships, 325; Report on Department of Engineering, 487; Compressible Flow of Semi-Perfect Gas, by Dr. D. B. Spalding, 777*
  • Chemical Engineers, Institution of, Symposium on Fuel and Power, 325; Symposium on Gas Absorption, 325; Examinations, 373; Graduates’ and Students’ Tour of Holland, 763
  • China, Engineering Students in, 67
  • City and Guilds College, Student Statistics, 75
  • of London Institute, Insignia Awards in Technology, 387; Course on Instrument Making, 804
  • — of Oxford College of Technology, Art and Commerce, New Buildings for, 527
  • Colombo-Plan Students in United Kingdom, 387
  • Durham University, Course on Growth and Development of Industry, 741
  • Electricity-Supply Industry, Training Commercial Staff for, 524
  • Engineering Education, American and British Compared, 321
  • Federation of British Industries, Committee on Shortage of Science Teachers, 556; Booklet on Overseas Scholarships, 706
  • Ford Motor Co., Ltd., Mechanised- Farming Training Centre, 612
  • Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works Drawing-Office Training School, 771
  • Glasgow, Royal Technical College, 400-kV Peak Impulse Generator, 109*
  • — University, Apparatus for Measurement of Plastic Strains in Steel, by D. Morrison, 141*
  • Graduates in Mechanical Engineering, Training of, 2, 4
  • Horology and Instrument Technology, National College of, Courses in Tool Technology, 119; Open Day, 388
  • Industrial Welfare Society, Course on Manual Lifting and Handling, 327
  • Imperial College of Science and Technology, Annual Report, 75; Courses on Mineral Dressing, 423
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, Maudslay Scholarship, 678
  • King’s College, London, Wheatstone Laboratory, Microtome for Thin Sections, 472
  • Loughborough College of Technology, Training Courses for Motor Industry, 70; Motor-Industry Scholarships, 582
  • Management in Iron and Steel Industry, Education and Training for, 196
  • — Training for, Federation of British Industries, Booklet on, 33
  • Manchester University, Production Engineering Course, 678. See LETTER, 741; Radio-Telescope at Jodrell Bank, 826*
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Summer Courses at, 291; Founding of Webster Professorship in Electrical Engineering, 577
  • Melbourne University, Research on Gas- Turbine Combustion Problems, 624*
  • Metallurgists, Institution of, Examinations of, 775
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., “ Easter School ” for Head and Science Masters, 546
  • Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of, Travelling Fellowships, 190
  • Mond Nickel Co., Fellowships, Particulars of, 190
  • National College of Horology, Open Day, 388
  • of Rubber Technology, Television Apparatus at, 66, 88*
  • — Foundry College, Wolverhampton, Opening of Permanent Accommodation, 292
  • — Service, Inquiry into Effects on Education, 800
  • Naval Architects, Institution of, Research Scholarship for Applications of Light Alloys, 523
  • Northampton Polytechnic, London, Lectures on Corrosion and Packaging, 199; National College of Horology, Open Day, 388
  • Nottingham University, Stuart Lecture on Long Life of Internal-Combustion Turbine, 717*
  • Old Centralians Luncheons, 354, 514
  • Organisation for European Economic Co-operation, Travel for Education Scheme, 505
  • Paris School of Electricity, 60th Anniversary, 647
  • Rolls-Royce Ltd., Brochure on Apprentice Training, 387
  • Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Investigations on Hot Rolling, 806; and on Iron-Ore Beneficiation, 806
  • — Ordnance Factory, Bridgwater, Training Scheme for Chemical Engineers, 199
  • — School of Mines, London, Summer School in Mineral Dressing, 384
  • Rubber Technology, National College of, Television Apparatus at, 66, 88*
  • Shipwrights, Worshipful Company _ of, Prizes for Shipwright Apprentices, 387
  • Sound Equipment for Schools (Trade Publication), 393
  • South East London Technical College, Courses on Electronic Instruments, 81
  • St. Andrews University, Opening of Ewing Building, 232
  • Education—continued.
  • St. Catherine’s College, Cambridge, Motor Industry Summer School, 157
  • Stephenson Engineering Society, Place of Sir C. A. Parsons in Mechanical Engineering, by Prof. A. F. Burstall, 771
  • Stockholm, Royal Institute of Technology, Researches on Hot Rolling, 806; and on Iron-Ore Beneficiation, 806
  • Teachers, Industrial, Young Employees Need For, 571
  • — Science, Committee on Shortage of, 556 United States Research Fellowships, Award of, 190
  • University Education, Scope of, 577 Watt Club, Centenary of, 189
  • West of England Employers’ Association, Work Study School of, 388
  • Wolverhampton and Staffordshire Technical College, Extensions to, 292
  • Work-Study School, Bristol, 388 Edwards, F. J., Ltd., “ Bodymaker ” Tin-Box Making Machinery, 242*
  • Edwards, W., and Co. (London), Ltd., Allendale Works, Crawley, 381*
  • Efficiency of Boiler Plants. See Boiler Plants — of Engines. See Engines; Trials
  • Effluents, Industrial, and Water Pollution, 584 Eigen Values, Determination of, Simultaneous Linear Equations and (Review), 361
  • Eire, Galway, Gowla Bog, Trials of “ Bogmaster ” Tractors, 285*
  • Ejector and Clamp For Gear-Shaping Machine, 89*
  • E. L. 60A Naval Gas Turbine, 622
  • “ Eldair 10/140” Hydraulic Press Brake, 86* “ Eldair ” Press Brakes (Trade Publication), 488
  • Elderly Persons, Employment of, 607

;Electric:

  • Accumulator, 400 Ampere-Hour Battery, Keadby Power Station, 273
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle; Motor Trucks
  • Alternator. See Generator; Generating Set; Turbo
  • Amplidyne Systems for Alternators, 685 Apparatus, Portable, Accidents from, Report on, 100
  • Afc Furnaces. See Furna.ce:, Electric
  • —r Welding. See Welding Battery. See Accumulator (above)
  • — Vehicles. See Motor Vehicle; Motor Truck
  • British Electrical and Allied Industries Research Association, Annual Luncheon, 578; Annual Report, 581; Report on Network Analyser, 602* and Allied Manufacturers Association, Economics of Diesel-Engined Buses, 258; Annual Report, 545;
  • Development Association, Conference on Street Lighting and Road Safety, 327; Exhibits at Factory Equipment Exhibition, 420; Conference, 514, 524
  • — Electricity Authority, 60-MW Turbo- Generators, for Uskmouth Station, Tests of, 29*; Revised Tariff for Bulk Supply, 62; Exhibition of Power- Equipment, 63; Generating Plant Installed in 1953, 68; Dust from Dunston Power Station, 122; Exhibition of Industrial Electrical Equipment, Birmingham, 135; Programme for Increasing Capacity, 137; Portobello Power Station, 162, 174*,206;* Pamphlet on Report of American Electricity Supply Team, 164; Electricity Supply Statistics, 190, 259, 454, 597, 742; Pole-Hole Boring Machine, 221*; Status of Power Engineers, 223, 832; Amalgamation of North-Western and Merseyside Divisions, 259; Battery for Keadby Power Station, 273; Fires at Dal- marnock Power Station, 375; Power Link with France, 450, 464*. See LETTER, 575; Staythorpe Cable Testing Station, 452; Switchgear at Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 502* ; Thermal Efficiencies of Power Stations, 518; 132-kV Wood Pole
  • Transmission Line, 600*; Nechells “B” Power Station, 660*; Booklet on Power and Prosperity, 770, 774; Relations with Consulting Engineers, 801, 806; Lord Citrine on Work of AUTHORITY, 807; Belvedere and Eiland Power Stations, 827
  • Cable, Aluminium-Sheathed, Production of (British Insulated Callender’s Cables, Ltd.), 794*
  • — for Bond-street Substation (W. T.
  • Glover and Co., Ltd.), 605
  • — 66-kV for British Railways, 282
  • — for 100-kV Direct-Current Trans
  • mission Scheme, Gotland, 715
  • — Fully - Impregnated Non - Draining (Trade Publication), 266
  • — Glands for (H. Dunning and Co. (1946), Ltd.), 119
  • — Hydraulic-Thrust Boring Machine for Placing Underground, 60*
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects, 331* — Makers’ Association and Monopolies Commission, 674
  • — Manufacture by Aluminium Wire and Cable Co., Ltd., 539
  • by Dussek Bitumen and Taroleum Co., Ltd., 62
  • — 275-kV, Staythorpe Testing Station for,
  • 452
  • — Steel-Cored Aluminium for Kemano- Kitimat Hydro-Electric Scheme, 431
  • — Submarine, for Power Link Between Britain and France, 450, 464*. See LETTER, 515
  • Telephone, Transatlantic, 59
  • — Telephone, Transatlantic (Submarine Cables, Ltd.), 452, 482
  • Electric—continued.
  • Capacitors, Electrolytic (Trade Publication), 393
  • — High-Voltage, for Transmission Lines (Dubilier Condenser Co. (1925), Ltd.), 787
  • — Miniature (Pressey Co., Ltd.), 472
  • — 380-kV, Series, in Sweden, 785
  • — Variable (Trade Publication), 456 Cell, Load Measuring, 5-cwt. to 200-tons (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 472*
  • — Photo-Electric Lead-Sulphide (Mullard, Ltd.), 735
  • Conductor, Aluminium, Steel-Cored, Corrosion of, 183
  • — on Electric Railways, Protection of,
  • 328
  • Conduit, Plastic, Non-Corrodible, for (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 463
  • Contactors (Trade Publication), 456
  • — Air-Break, for Mines (Metropolitan- Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 123*
  • — for Alternating Current (Trade Pub
  • lication), 617
  • — Starter (Trade Publication), 72 Converters, Rotary, Bond-street Substation, Removal of, 604*
  • Cranes. See Cranes
  • Current, Direct versus Alternating for Railways, 481, 490
  • — Post-Arc, in High-Voltage Circuit- Breakers, 716
  • Dielectric Heating (Trade Publication), 648
  • Dynamo. See Generator; Turbo-Generator
  • Earth Faults, Instruments for Locating (Trade Publication), 617
  • Earthing, Electrical, and Accident Prevention, Edited by Dr. M. G. Say (Review), 585
  • — and Electrical Safety in Factories, 745
  • — Methods and Continuity of Electricity Supply, 65, 76
  • Electric Drives for Paper-MakingMachines (Trade Publication), 712
  • Electrical Apparatus, Intrinsically Safe, Test and Certification of (Review), 425
  • — Earthing and Accident Prevention, Edited by Dr. M. G. Say (Review), 585
  • — Engineering Industry, Position and Prospects in, 2, 10*, 136*
  • — Equipment, Industrial, Exhibition of, Birmingham 135
  • Portable, Safety in Use of, 592 S.S. “ Arcadia,” 663*
  • — —: for Swinburne Quarry, North
  • umberland, 760*
  • — Industry and Consulting Engineers, 801, 806
  • — Installations, Farm and Horticultural, Specification, 425
  • — — H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,” 567
  • — Safety in Factories, 745
  • — Trades Directory (Review), 425 Electricity Department of National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 652
  • — Elements of, by W. H. Timbie, assisted by A. Kusko (Review), 329
  • Electro-Magnetic Apparatus, Laminations in, Heat Capacity of, 781
  • Electrodes for Argon-Arc Welding (Murex Welding Processes, Ltd.), 606
  • — Research by Quasi-Arc Co., Ltd., 476* Electronic Applications, Nickel for (H. Wiggin and Co., Ltd.), 122*
  • — Equipment (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 472
  • — Instruments for Marine Turbine Research, 276*
  • Electronics Convention1, Industrial, Arrangements for, 413
  • — Course on at Harwell, 232
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects of, 331*. See LETTER, 483
  • — in Industry, Scope for, 524 Electroplating. See Electro
  • Filter, High and Low Pass, with Ferrox- cube Cores (Mullard, Ltd.), 56
  • Floor Warming Installations, 524 Frequency Conversion on British Railways, Southern Region, 258, 282*
  • — Regulation^ Automatic, in Large Networks, 786
  • — Transmitters, Ultra-High (Mullard, Ltd.), 597*
  • Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Fuses and Electrical Safety in Factories, 745
  • Galvanometer and Thermocouple, Measurement by, 180*
  • Generating Stations. See Power ’Stations Generator. See Generator; Generating
  • Set; Turbo
  • Heater Mat formed by Spraying Process (D. Napier and Son, Ltd.), 378*
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants. See Power Plants
  • Impedances, High-Source, Measurement of, 376
  • Induction Furnace. See Furnace
  • — Motors. See Motors;, Electric
  • Instruments, Electrical, Precision (Trade Publication), 201
  • Insulating Material, Ceramic (K.L.G. Sparking Plugs, Ltd.), 253
  • Dielectric Fatigue of, 785
  • High-Voltage (Permali, Ltd.), 634 Power Factor and Permittivity of, Specification, 361
  • — Sheets, Specification, 425
  • Insulation Failures and Continuity of Electricity Supply, 65, 76
  • Lamp, Discharge, Mercury-Vapour and Sodium-Vapour, Manufacture of (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 726*
  • — Fluorescent, “ Deluxe Warm White ” (Electrical Lamp Manufacturers’ Association), 316
  • — Portable, for Dangerous Atmospheres (Oldham and Sons .Ltd.), 315
  • Electric—continued;
  • Lighting, Emergency (Trade Publication))) 330
  • — Fitting for Underwater Television (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 253*
  • — of Willesden Railway-Carriage Sidings
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 56*
  • Lightning, Effect on Power Transmission Lines, 65, 76
  • Locomotives. See Locomotives, Electric Machines. See Generators; Motors; Turbo
  • Magslips (Muirhead and Co., Ltd.), 473 Mains. See Cables (above)'!
  • Meters, Electric (Trade Publication), 393 Microvolt Multelec (G. Kent, Ltd.), 376 Modulator, Pulse, High-Power (Mullard, Ltd.), 81
  • Motors. See Motors, Electric Oil Switch. See Switchgear Photo-Electric Control System for Converging Conveyors (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 344*
  • Plugs (Trade Publication), 617
  • Potentiometer, Moulded-Track (Plessey Co., Ltd.), 280
  • — Precision (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 733*
  • — Toroidal (Trade Publication), 103 Power. See Power
  • — Factor Correction Equipment Exhibition, Birmingham, 63
  • — Stations. See Power Stations
  • Precision Electrical Instruments (Trade Publication), 201
  • Pyrometer. See Pyrometer
  • Railways. See Railways
  • Rays. See X-Rays
  • Reactors for Tests of Large Alternators, 28*
  • Recorder, Voltage, Two-Channel Direct- Current (Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd.), 245*
  • Rectifier for British Railways, Southern Region, 282*
  • — Dual-Current, for Welding (Philips Electrical Ltd.), 315
  • — on Electric Railways, Protection of, 328
  • — Germanium (Trade Publication), 680
  • — 1,000-kW Mercury-Arc, Bond-street
  • Substation, 604*
  • — Power, Mobile, for Airfields (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 85*
  • — Station, Gotland, 100-kV Direct-Current Transmission Scheme, 715
  • Relay, Capacitor Control (Ferranti, Ltd.), 315
  • — Electronic, Industrial (Londex, Ltd.), 635*
  • — Gas-Actuated, for Transformer Protection (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 734*
  • — Protection, Handbook (Trade Publication), 648
  • Repeaters for Transatlantic Telephone Cables, 452, 482
  • Resistance Welding. See Welding
  • Rolling Mills, Electric Driving of. See Rolling Mills
  • Rontgen Rays. See X-Rays
  • Selsyns for Transmitting Angular and Rotational Movements (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 310*
  • Semi-Conductor Junctions, Thermo-Electric Effects at (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 677
  • Ship Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion Starter, Contactor (Trade Publication), 72 — Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • Steel Manufacture. See Furnace, Electric Storage Battery. See Accumulator (above) Street Railways. See Tramways Substation. See Substation
  • Switchgear. See Switchgear; Motors, Electric
  • Telegraphy. See Telegraphy
  • Telephony. See Telephony
  • Testing Laboratory, Mobile (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 88
  • Thermocouple and Galvanometer, Measurement by, 180*
  • Thermometer. See also Thermometer Traction. See Locomotives, Electric;
  • Trolley ’Bus; Railways; Tramways
  • Tramways. See Tramways Transformers. See Transformers Transistors (Mullard, Ltd.), 245 — Point Contact and Junction Types (Amplivox, Ltd.), 322, 347*
  • Turbo Generators. See Turbo Generators
  • Vacuum Tubes. See Valves, Radio; Rontgen
  • Voltages for Portable Electric Equipment Associated with Accidents, 592
  • — Recorder, Two-Channel Direct-Current (Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd.), ’245*
  • — Regulator for Owen Falls Hydro- Electric Plant, 530
  • — Stabilisers (Servomex Controls, Ltd.), 472
  • Welding. See Welding
  • Winding Gear. See Winding
  • Wireless Telegraphy. See Radar; Radio; Television
  • Wireless Telephony. See Radar; Radio; Television
  • Wiring and Electrical Safety in Factories, 745
  • Electric Construction Co., Ltd., Contactors for Alternating Current (Trade Publication), 617
  • Electric Meter Co., Electricity Meters (Trade Publication), 393
  • Electric and Musical Industries, Ltd., Industrial Television Equipment, 472*
  • Electric Resistance Furnace Co., Ltd., Furnaces for Aluminium Wire Manufacture, 538
  • Electrical Employees, Wage Demands by, 63, 95, 127
  • — Engineers’ Exhibition, Earl’s Court, 410
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of:
  • Appeal for Benevolent Fund, 29
  • Leete, E., Elected Honorary Member, 69
  • Electrical Engineers, Institution of— continued.
  • Shoenberg, I., Award of Faraday Medal to, 69
  • Parsons Lecture on Continuity of Electricity Supply, by H. Heyburn, 76. See 65
  • Faraday Lecture on Electro-Heat and Prosperity, by O. W. Humphreys, 277
  • Annual Dinner,-294
  • Kemano-Kitimat Hydro-Electric Scheme, by F. L. Lawton, 430*. See 418
  • Possibilities of Cross-Channel Power Link Between British and French Supply Systems, by D. P. Sayers, M. E. Laborde and F. J. Lane, 464*. See 450
  • Ten-Year Index to Proceedings, 525 Kelvin Lecture on Physics of Ionosphere, by J. A. Ratcliffe, 621. See Erratum, 748
  • Annual Report, 647
  • Supply Section:
  • Corrosion of Steel-Cored Aluminium Conductors, by Dr. J. S. Forrest and J. M. Ward, 183
  • Transport, Preparation and Utilisation of Colliery Tailings at Emile Huchet Power Station, by Dr. R. Gibrat and
  • F. Chenin, 308
  • Utilisation Section:
  • Electric Lifts in Block Dwellings, by C. G. L. Morley, 30
  • Electricity in Wool-Textile Industry, by
  • A. J. Francis and T. H. Carr, 161
  • Safety in Use of Portable and Transportable Electrical Equipment, by J. W. Bunting, 592
  • London Graduates' Section:
  • Atomic Energy Made Easy, by Sir C. Hinton, 386
  • Electrical Engineers, Supervising, Association of. See Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of
  • — Engineering Industry, Position and Pros
  • pects, 2, 10*, 136*, 545
  • Regional Advisory Committee, Conference on Advanced Technological Short Courses, 291
  • — Lamp Manufacturers’ Association, 316
  • — Power Convention, British, Eastbourne.
  • See British Electrical Power Convention, Eastbourne
  • Engineers’ Association, Desire for Improved Status of Members, 223, 832
  • Electrical Remote Control Co., Ltd., Process Timer (Trade Publication), 425
  • — Trades Union, “ Guerrilla ” Strike Action
  • by, 63, 127, 159, 191, 223, 255, 383; Strike Pay for Non-Unionists, 223; Wage Increase Granted, 543; Wage Increase for Women Engineering Employees, 575
  • Electricians’ Wages, Demands for Increase, 159, 191, 223, 255, 383, 415 ; Grant of Increase in, 543
  • Electro Dynamic Construction Co., Ltd., Magnetic Couplings (Trade Publication) 680; Traction Motors (Trade Publication), 680; Self-Regulating Alternators (Trade Publication), 712
  • Electro-Magnetic Apparatus, Laminations in, Heat Capacity of, 781
  • Electro Methods, Ltd., Experimental Magnetic Amplifier, 277
  • Electrodes, Graphite, in Electric-Arc Furnaces, Wear of, 784
  • Electrodeposition, International Council for, Conference and Exhibition, 327, 547, 747
  • — of Manganese, Technique of, 748

Electrodeposition and Metal Finishing, International Conference, London: Programme, 327

  • Reports of Proceedings, 547, 747 Quantitative Adhesion Test for Electrodeposited Chromium, by C. Williams and R. A. F. Hammond, 747
  • Diffusion of Chromium into Non-Ferrous Metals, by R. L. Samuel and N. A. Lockington, 748
  • Nickel Plating from Sulphamate Solution, by M. B. Diggin, 748
  • Organic Finishes on Electroplated Coatings with Special Reference to Adhesion, by E. C. J. Marsh, 748
  • Tin-Alloy Plating, by Dr. F. A. Lowen- heim, 748
  • Progress in Tin-Nickel Electroplating, by A. E. Davies, 748
  • Laboratory Technique for Electrodeposition of Manganese on Other Metals, by Miss W. A. Bell, 748
  • Universal Metal-Finishing Problems— Plea for International Co-operation, by Dr. S. Wernick, 748
  • Electrolytic Capacitors (Trade Publication), 393 Electromagnets, Ltd., Lifting Magnet with Fine Control, 634; Permanent-Magnet Floor Sweeper, 634*
  • Electron Distribution in Ionosphere, 621. See Erratum, 748
  • Electronics. See under Electric
  • Electroplated Coatings, Organic Finishes on, 748
  • Electroplating Equipment (W. Canning and Co., Ltd.), 634*
  • — Researches on, 205
  • — Tin-Alloy, Processes for, 748 Electrostatic Precipitators, Portobello Power
  • Station, 175*
  • Eiland Power Station, Yorkshire, 827
  • Elliot, G. D., on Ironmaking from High-Sinter Burdens, 46
  • Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd., 5-cwt. to 200-ton Load Measuring Cells, 472*
  • Elliott, J. W., on Shipbuilding Prospects, 40 Elongation Data, Conversion of (Trade Publication), 362
  • Elutriator for Grading Fly Ash, 272 Ely, C. F., On Sintering of Iron Ore, 45 Emerson, A., on Wave Resistance and Ship Hull Design, 586. See Erratum, 681
  • Emery Wheels. See Grinding under Machine Tools
  • Emile Huchet Power Station, Utilisation of
  • Colliery Tailings at, 308
  • “ Empire Frome,” S.S., Conversion for
  • Cable Laying, 371 Employees. See Labour Employment. See Labour “ Empress of Canada,” S.S., Salving of, 359* Endurance Tests. See Fatigue under Tests
  • {Materials)
  • Energy-Anglfe Relationship, Compton, Graphs
  • of, by A. T. Nelms (Review), 72
  • — Resources for Britain, 513
  • Enfield Cables, Ltd., 275-kV Cable, 452 Engines, Aero. See Aeronautics
  • — Design and Low Weight per Horse-Power,
  • 401
  • — Diesel. See Engines, Oil, Diesel; Marine
  • propulsion; Motorships
  • — Fire. See Fire
  • — Gas, Two-Stroke, Dugald Clerk of 1881,419
  • — — See also Producer
  • — Heat, Thermodynamics Applied to, 35.
  • See LETTER, 98
  • — Indicators. See Indicators
  • — Internal-Combustion Industry, Position
  • and Prospects of, 2, 11 *
  • — — Combustion, International Congress on,
  • British Participation in, 323
  • Combustion, Research Association, Investigation on Noise Reduction in Diesel Engines, 144
  • Combustion. See also Turbines, Gas
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — Motor Car. See Engines, Petrol
  • — Oil, Diesel (Trade Publication), 362 Diesel, for Brewery Refrigeration Plant
  • (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 58*
  • Diesel, Burmeister and Wain (Trade
  • Publication), 330
  • Diesel, 34-h.p. Fordson-Major, for I Power Pack,” 187*
  • — — Diesel, Four 2,000-h.p., Reverse-Re
  • duction Gearbox for, 410*
  • Diesel, “ Fullagar,” Preservation by
  • English Electric Co., Ltd., 165*
  • Diesel, 125-h.p. Horizontal, for Rail
  • Cars (Leyland Motors, Ltd.), 601 Diesel, Manufacture in France for
  • F. Perkins, Ltd., 387
  • Diesel, Marine, Doxford Opposed- Piston Construction by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., §16*
  • Diesel, Marine, 1,900-b.h.p. Four- Cylinder Doxford Motor Trawler “ Fairtry,” 725
  • Diesel, Marine, 120-h.p. Six-Cylinder (Fodens, Ltd.), 647
  • Diesel, Marine, 1,360-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder, for Whale Catcher “ Setter IX,” 374*
  • Diesel, Motor-Vehicle, 60-b.h.p., Four-
  • Cylinder (Ford Motor Co., Ltd.), 376* Diesel, Noise and Smoke Reductions
  • in, 130, 144
  • Diesel, Pre-Assembly of Piston, Connecting-Rod and Cylinder Liners for (Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd.), 22*
  • Diesel, Preventive Maintenance of, 427. See LETTER, 515
  • Diesel, Protection Instruments for (Teddington Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 380
  • Diesel, 5-h.p. Single-Cylinder Horizontal (Porn and Dunwoody, Ltd.), 254*
  • | Diesel, 93-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder (Rolls-
  • Royce Ltd.), 446*
  • — — Diesel, 955-h.p. Six-Cylinder, for Loco
  • motive (Sulzer Brothers (London), Ltd.), 317*
  • Diesel, 2,000-h.p. Sixteen-Cylinder, for Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 735
  • — — Diesel, Starter for (Trade Publication),
  • 617
  • — — Diesel, 90-b.h.p. Three-Cylinder
  • Opposed-Piston (Commer Cars, Ltd.), 578, 598*
  • Diesel Twelve-Cylinder, for Compound
  • Aero Engine, 571*, 573. See LETTER, 611 Diesel, 410-h.p. Twelve-Cylinder, for
  • Diesel-Electric Locomotive (Davey Paxman and Co., Ltd.), 50*
  • Diesel, 22-h.p., Twin-Cylinder (Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd.), 767*
  • Diesel, 20-h.p., Two-Cylinder and
  • 30-h.p. Three-Cylinder for Narrow-Gauge Locomotives; 346*
  • Diesel, Two-Stage Filter for, 471 Diesel, Types for Farm Tractors, 309 Diesel! See also Motorships; Marine
  • Propulsion; Diesel Engine Users’ Association
  • Marine, Allen-Stoeckicht Epicyclic Reduction Gearboxes for, 185*
  • — — Preventive Maintenance of, 427. See
  • LETTER, 575
  • — — See also Tractors
  • — Petrol, Aeroplane. See Aeronautics “Knock” in, Physical Nature of, ill? Motor-Car, Production in United States,
  • 267
  • 1 • 1-h.p. Single-Cylinder (Villiers Engineering Co., Ltd.), 26*
  • — — See also Aeronautics; Motor Cans
  • — Steam, Cornish, Preservation of, 712 Marine. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Turbines
  • 650-b.h.p. Twin-Cylinder (Walker
  • Brothers (Wigan), Ltd.), 506*
  • — Winding. See Winding Engineers-in-Charge, Institution of, Annual
  • Dinner, 646
  • — Council for Professional Development,
  • Annual Report, 99
  • — Education. See Education
  • — Institutions. See Institutions
  • — Production, Institution of. See Production
  • — and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution
  • of, Some Electronic Instruments for
  • Marine Turbine Research, by J. Hare and R. B. Conn, 276*
  • — Society of, Centenary of, 162; Centenary
  • Presidential Address by W. R. Howard on Evolution of Ferro-Concrete, 200
  • — as Writers: Growth of a Literature (Review),
  • 487
  • ENGINEERING, New Layout, 1, 35; Drawings in, 611. See LETTERS, 677, 707, 775
  • Engineering and Allied Employers’ National Federation, Engineering Employees’ Wage Claims Against, 63, 95, 127, 351, 415, 447, 479, 511, 607, 072; Increases in Danger Money Paid to Steel Erectors, 127; Evidence Submitted to Engineering Court of Inquiry, 127; Recommendations of Engineering Court of Inquiry, 319; Grant of Salary Inerease to Engineering and Shipbuilding Draughtsmen, 832
  • — and Allied Shop Stewards’ National
  • Council, Suggested Ban on Overtime, 287
  • — Apprentices. See Education; Labour
  • — Centenaries in 1954, 6
  • — Contracts. See Contracts; Legal Engineering Diamonds, Ltd1., Radius Forming
  • on Grinding Wheels (Trade Publication), 140
  • — Education See Education
  • — Employees, Wage Demands of, 63, 95, 127,
  • 319, 351, 415, 447, 479, 511, 607, 672
  • — Industries, Association, Statement on
  • Taxation, 62
  • Court of Inquiry into Wage Dispute of, Report of, 319
  • Criticism of Proposals for Nationalisation of, 287, 736. See 639
  • Demands for Shorter Hours and Quicker Negotiations in, 60S!
  • Demands by Young Employees in, 575 Dilutees in, 768
  • Proposals for Nationalisation of, 287, 639, 736
  • Suggested Bari on Overtime in, 287, 415 Wage Claims in; 63, 95, 127, 319, 351, 415, 447, 479, 511, 607, 672
  • Wage Increase for Women Employees in, 575
  • — Laboratories See Laboratories; National
  • Physical
  • — Officers (Telecommunications) Association,
  • Merger of, 119®, 287
  • — Outlook, 2, iO*1, 42*, 73*. 98, 103*, 136*,
  • H62, 170*, 202*, 234*, 268*; 298*, 331*, 362*, 386, 394* See LETTERS, 131, 226, 290, 483 See Erratum, 478
  • — and Shipbuilding Draughtsmen, Associa
  • tion of, Wage Increase for Shipbuilding Draughtsmen, 575; Grant of Salary Increase, 832
  • — Societies See Institutions
  • — Standards See Standards Institution
  • — Union, Amalgamated, Conference of
  • Young Employees, 575; Wage Increase for Women Engineering Employees, 575; Suggested New Wage Demands, 607; Annual Conference of, 639, 672; Relations with Other Unions, 672
  • — Works See IPorkj
  • English Electric Co, Ltd., 42-ft. Vertical Boring and Turning Mill, 48*; Induction Motors for Loom Drives (Trade Publication), 72; Mobile Electrical Testing Laboratory, 88; Preservation of “ Fullagar ” Diesel Engine, 165*; 2,400-h.p. Direct-Current Locomotives, 184*; Electric Power Drive for Transonic Wind Tunnel, 188; Substation Equipment for British Railways, 282*; “ Superform ” Switch and Distribution Gear, 446*; Graviner Explosion Suppressors for Pulverised-Fuel Plant, 494*; 1,000-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 505*; Motors for Aluminium Wire and Cable Co., Ltd., 538*; Corrosion-Proof Electric Motor, 542; 6,500-h.p. Naval Gas Turbines, 622; Gas-Actuated Relay for Transformer Protection, 734*; 2,000-h.p.
  • Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 735; Electric arid Diesel-Electric Traction (Trade Publication), 744; Electric Motor for 11-in. Continuous Bar Rolling Mill, 819*; Electrical Equipment for Falkirk Aluminium Works, 822*
  • English Electric Valve Co., Ltd., 4|-in. Image Orthicon Tube for Television, 668*
  • English Steel Corporation, Ltd., 200-ton Spring Balance, 626*
  • — the Writing of, by D. J. Graham-Campbell
  • (Review), 487
  • Engraving, Hand (Trade Publication), 103 Entropy, Conception of, 35. See LETTER, 98 Entwistle, Dr. K. M., on Changes in Damping
  • Capacity of Aluminium-Rich Alloys, 682
  • Epco, Ltd., “ Flexi-Force ” Hydraulic Power Kit, 731
  • Epicyclic Gear for Marine Propulsion (W. H.
  • Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 185*
  • E.P.S.C., Ltd., Batteries for British Railways Substations, 283
  • Epsom and Ewell Sewage Plant, High- Intensity Aeration at, 436*
  • Ergonomics Research Society, Annual Conference, Arrangements for, 416
  • Ericsson Telephones, Ltd., Electronic Batch Counter, 817*
  • Erosion of Propellers. See Propellers
  • Error Detector and Corrector for Telegraph Circuits, 280*
  • Essen; Welding Exhibition and Conference, 659 Essex, Flood Damage in, 34, 38
  • Esso Development Co., Investigation on Smoke Reduction in Diesel Engines, 130, 144
  • Esso Petroleum Co., Ltd., Fawley Oil Refinery, 353
  • — Refinery, Fawley, Construction of, Report
  • on, 353
  • Euco Tools, Ltd.,’ Adjustable Mandrels for Bore Sizes, 413
  • Europe, Electric Power Transmissions in, 647
  • — Steel Statistics for, 40
  • — and United States, Standardisation in
  • (Review), 329
  • European Coal and Steel Community, Work of, 44; Report on, 324; Annual Report, 581
  • — Co-operation in Nuclear Research, 643
  • — Inland Transport, Report on, 738
  • — Productivity Agency, Programme of, 130 Evans, Dr. E. B., on Smoke-Limited Power
  • Output of Diesel Engines, 144. See 130
  • Evans, K. R., on Training of Graduates in Mechanical Engineering, 4. See 2
  • Evans, Dr. U. R., on Steel and Aluminium Alloys in Proximity, 34
  • Evaporative Condenser. See Condenser
  • Evaporator, Ammonia, for Brewery Refrigeration Plant, 58*
  • Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd., Two-Channel Direct-Current Voltage Recorder, 245*; Electrical Control Equipment for Aden Oil Refinery, 535*
  • Evertaut, Ltd., Office Furniture (Trade Publication), 297
  • Ewing Building, Opening of at St. Andrews University, 232
  • Excavating, Handling and Concreting Equipment (Trade Publication), 72
  • Excavation Work for Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 154*
  • Exchanger, Heat, Coiled-Tube, for Oxygen- Production Plant, Ontatio, 375*
  • for Gas Compressor (Wellington Tube Works, Ltd.), 667*
  • for Gas Turbines, 719*
  • Excitation Problems in Power Stations, 685 Exciter, Electronic, for Owen Falls Hydro- Electric Plant, 530
  • — Rotary, Four Types of, 685
  • Exhaust-Steam Turbine. See Turbine, Steam
  • — Valves. See Valves
  • Exhibition, Alton Trades and Craftsmanship, 546
  • — I Automation,” International, New York,
  • Arrangements for, 518
  • — Baghdad Trade Fair, 135
  • — British Industries Fair, 578, 634*, 667*
  • — and Conferences, Forthcoming, 135, 286,
  • 412, 574, 703, 831
  • International, of Electrodepos'tion and Metal Finishing, 327, 547, 747
  • Welding, Essen, 659
  • — and Congress, Scottish Industrial Design,
  • 360
  • — Dust Filters, Birmingham (Air Control
  • Installations, Ltd.), 671
  • — Electrical Engineers’, Earl’s Court, 410
  • — Engineering, at Birmingham Exchange
  • Engineering Centre, 804
  • — Factory Equipment, London, 420
  • — Filtration and Silencing Equipment (Vokes,
  • Ltd.), 671
  • —- of Fire Research Station, 135
  • — Gauge and Tool, London, 591, 697*, 765*
  • — Hearing-Aid, Amplivox, Ltd., 657
  • — Industrial Electrical Equipment, Birming
  • ham, 135
  • — of Investment Castings by Deritend
  • Precision Castings, Ltd., 455
  • — Leipzig Fair, British Exhibits at, 770
  • — Mechanical Handling, Olympia, 775, 797*,
  • 829*
  • — Motor-Car, Scottish, Glasgow, 1955, 198
  • — Physical Society’s Scientific Apparatus,
  • 472*, 537
  • — Plastics, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd.,
  • Deferment of, 256
  • — Power-Factor Correction Equipment, Bir
  • mingham, 63
  • — “ Production for Plenty,” Olympia, 194
  • — Road-Research Laboratory, 638
  • — Scientific Apparatus, Royal Society’s, 677
  • — Scottish Industries, Glasgow, Arrangements
  • for, 739
  • Industries, London, 165
  • — Television Society’s, 69
  • — Yates Welding-Shop Plant (Surrey Tool
  • Development Co., Ltd.), 669
  • Experimental Tank. See Tank; Ship Resistance “ Explorer,” H.M. Submarine, Launch of, 360* Explosion Suppression System for Industrial
  • Plants (Graviner Manufacturing Co., Ltd.); 493*; Test of, 98; Fire Detectors for Aircraft, 695*
  • Export Trade. See Trade
  • Extrusion of Aluminium for Cable Sheathing (British Insulated Callender’s Cables, Ltd.), 794*
  • — of High-Temperature Alloys, Problems
  • of, 620
  • — of Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, Control
  • of Quality in, 649. See Errata, 712
  • Eyre Smelting Co., Ltd., Calendar . (Trade Publication), 617
  • FABRICATED MATERIALS AND PARTS,
  • by T. C. DuMond (Review), 169 Facing Machine. See Machine Tools Factory Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Atomic; Britain’s, by K. E. B. Jay (Review),
  • 97, 124*
  • — Building, Prefabricated (Beechams Build
  • ings, Ltd.), 667*
  • — Developments in Burma, 706
  • — Electrical, Safety in, 745
  • — Employment of Women. See Labour
  • — Equipment Exhibition, London, 420 Factory Equipment News, Sponsors of Factory
  • Equipment Exhibition, 420
  • — German, of Beckman Instruments, Inc., 739
  • — Health, Safety and Welfare Encyclopaedia,
  • by C. C. Plumbe (Review), 41
  • — Improving Working Environment in,
  • Conference on, 704
  • — Management. See (Porks Management Factory Manager, Sponsors of Factory
  • Equipment Exhibition, 420
  • — Portishead, for Phosphorus Manufacture
  • (Albright and Wilson, Ltd.), 469
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, for Mechanical-
  • Handling Vehicle Manufacture, Lansing Bagnall, Ltd., 186*
  • — Rock-Wool, at Stirling, of Cape Asbestos
  • Co., Ltd., 350
  • Fagersta Steelworks, Sweden, Extensions to, 358
  • — Wire-Rod Mill, 810 Fair, Trade. See Exhibition
  • Fairbairn Lawson Combe Barbour Ltd., Shell
  • Moulding Machine, 27*; Shelmolda Duplus Moulding Machine, 728*
  • Fairchild Engine and Airplane Corporation, “ Al-Fin ” Bi-Metallic Bonding Process, 409*
  • Fairmile Construction Co., Ltd., Specialised River and Sea Craft (Trade Publication), 72
  • “ Fairtry,” Motor Trawler and Fish Factory (J. Lewis and Sons, Ltd.), 724*
  • Falkirk Works of British Aluminium Co., Ltd., 738, 754*, 822*
  • Fan, Centrifugal (Trade Publication), 488 with Alternative Discharge Angles (Matthews and Yates, Ltd.), 568*
  • — 12-ft. Diameter, for Low-Speed Wind
  • Tunnel (Airscrew Co., Ltd.), 790
  • — and Ducting of Corrosion-Resistant
  • Plastic (Turner and Brown, Ltd.), 60*
  • — Engineering Industry, Handbook of
  • (Review), 297
  • — Forced and Induced Draught, Portobello
  • Power Station, 175*
  • — Mine (Trade Publication), 776
  • — Radial-Flow (Trade Publication), 585
  • Faraday Lecture on Electro-Heat and Prosperity, 277
  • — Medal, Award to I. Shoenberg, 69
  • Farm and Horticultural Electrical Installations, Specification, 425
  • Farming. See Agriculture; Tractors
  • Farnborough, Aircraft Fatigue Tests at, 132*
  • — Climatic Research Laboratory, 117
  • — Royal Aircraft Establishment Technical
  • College, Prize Day, 198; Work of, 354, 372
  • Farno Engineering Co., Ltd., Slip Gauges (Trade Publication), 201
  • Farquharson, Comdr. W. I., on Storm Surges on East Coast of England, 38. See 34
  • Faster Than Thought: Symposium on Digital Computing Machines (Review), 9
  • Fatigue Damage, Character and Statistical Nature of, Problems of, 368
  • — Dielectric, of Insulating Materials, 785
  • — Investigations by Royal Aircraft Estab
  • lishment, 372
  • — Life of Materials, Effect of Various Factors
  • on, Problems of, 368
  • — in Marine Machinery, 589
  • — Notch Sensitivity Index, Evaluation of, 369
  • — Tests of Metals. See Fatigue under Tests
  • {Materials)
  • Fawcett, Preston and Co., Ltd., Presses, Pumps, Sugar Plant and Cranes (Trade Publication), 488
  • Fawley, Esso Refinery, Construction of, Report on, 353
  • Fearns and Mear, Gear-Rating Computer, 338 Federation of British Industries, Booklet on Education and Training for Management, 33; Baghdad Trade Fair, 135; Report on World Bank, 163; Committee on Shortage of Science Teachers, 556; Booklet on Overseas Scholarships, 706; Promotion of Trade with China, 738
  • Feed Water Softener. See Water System, S.S. “ Arcadia,” 662 Treatment for Locomotives, 274 See also Water
  • Feeding System, Automatic, for Grinding and Pulverising Machines, 799*
  • Felt-Hardening Machine, Bywaters, with “ Dynamatic ” Coupling, 732*
  • Female Labour. See Labour
  • Fenestration, Continuous (Trade Publication), 680
  • Fenland, Drainage Problems of, Investigations on, 491
  • Fenner, J. H., and Co., Ltd., Variable-Speed Belt Drive (Trade Publication), 362
  • Ferguson, H., Ltd., Implements Used with Ferguson Tractor, 220*
  • Ferguson, J. M., on Model Tests on Ship Form of 0-65 Block Coefficient, 681
  • Ferguson Pailin, Ltd., Switchgear, Portobello Power Station, 208
  • Ferodo, Ltd., Extensions to Office Building of, 444*
  • Ferranti, Ltd., Diffraction Gratings for Length Measurement and Machine-Tool Control, 263; Capacitor Control Relay, 315; Control System for Machine Tools, 766* Ferro-Alloys, Import Regulations, 89
  • — Concrete. See Concrete, Reinforced Ferromagnetism, Domain Structure in Metals,
  • 590
  • Ferry, Motor-Car, Dover, Winch Gear for Bridge of, 25*
  • Fescol, Ltd., Fescolised Hydraulic Rams (Trade Publication), 330
  • Fibre-Glass, Resin-Bonded (Trade Publication), 266
  • Field, J. F., Portobello Power Station, 162, 174*, 206*
  • Fielden (Electronics), Ltd., Continuous Thickness Gauge for Strip and Sheet, 537; Electrical Resistance Thermometers (Trade Publication), 680
  • Fielding and Platt, Ltd., 400-ton Hydraulic Press for Briquetting Cast-Iron Swarf, 414* Files, Engineers’ and Saws (Trade Publication), 201
  • — Hand, and Plane Combined, “ Surform ”
  • (Firth Brown Tools, Ltd.), 86*
  • Films, Cinema, of Compressed-Air Tools, Broom and Wade, Ltd., 391
  • of Corrosion in Action, 616
  • Garringtons, Ltd., Progress of, 231 for Industry, Catalogue of, 98, 100 of Mobile Cranes, R. H. Neal and Co., Ltd., 391
  • Owen Organisation, Catalogue of, 199 on Prestressed Concrete Beams and Floor Slabs, 753
  • on Production Aids, Philips Electrical, Ltd., 371
  • of Radio Valve Manufacture (Mullard, Ltd.), 421
  • of Stainless Steels in Power Production, Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd., 504
  • “ Steel Ride,” of United Steel Companies, Ltd., 671
  • Tapered Roller Bearings in Rolling Mills (British Timken, Ltd.), 420
  • — — on Tubular Steel Engineering, 544
  • Filters, Air-Line (Trade Publication), 744 “ Reciprojet ” (Visco Engineering Co.,
  • Ltd.), 222*
  • — Dust, Exhibition, Birmingham (Air Control
  • Installations, Ltd.), 671
  • — Fabric-Type, with Automatic Dust Shaker
  • (Dallow Lambert and Co., Ltd.), 635*
  • —? Fuel, for Diesel Oil (Automotive Products Co., Ltd.), 471
  • — High and Low Pass, with Ferrocube Cores
  • (Mullard, Ltd.), 56
  • — Plant of Metropolitan Water Board, 189 Filtration and Silencing Equipment Exhibition (Vokes, Ltd.), 671
  • Finishes, Organic, on Electroplated Coatings, 748
  • Finlay Engineering, Ltd., 120-ton Hydraulic Press, 702*
  • Fire Appliances (Trade Publication), 266
  • — Brigade, London, Work of, 514
  • — Detectors for Aircraft (Graviner Manu
  • facturing Co., Ltd.), 695*
  • — from Electrical Equipment, Prevention of,
  • 746
  • — Extinguishing Equipment, S.S. “ Arcadia,”
  • 664
  • — Fighting Chemical (Nu-Swift, Ltd.), 401
  • — Float, Motor, “ Alexander Grantham,”
  • 120*
  • — Pump, Portable (Sigmund Pumps, Ltd.),
  • 508*
  • — Research Station Exhibition, 135
  • — Suppression Equipment for Alternator at
  • Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Plant, 531 Firebricks. See Refractory Materials Firth Brown Tools, Ltd., “ Surform ” Com
  • bined Hand Plane and File, 86*; “ Hardo- meter ” Hardness Tester, 697*
  • — of Forth, Proposed Road Bridge Over, 231 Firth, T.,' and J. Brown, Ltd., Film on Forged
  • Steel Rolls, 98, 100
  • Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd., Steel Castings, 307*; Film of Stainless Steels in Power Production, 504
  • Fish Factory and Motor Trawler “ Fairtry ” (J. Lewis and Sons, Ltd.), 724*
  • Ship, Design of, 554 Fisher and Ludlow, Ltd., Tubular Conveying
  • System, 829*
  • Fisher, R. E. S., on Fifty Years of Heavy- Engineering Plant, 196
  • Fishing Industry, Echo Sounder for (Kelvin and Hughes, Ltd.), 117
  • — Vessels, Recording Echometer for (Marconi
  • International Marine Communication Co., Ltd.), 525*
  • “ Fisholow-Hapman ” Tubular Conveyor, 829* Fits, Selection of, Guide to, Specification, 361 Fitting of Shafts in Holes. See Gauges Flame-Cutting Machine, Portable (Trade
  • Publication), 456
  • — Research by Royal Aircraft Establishment,
  • 372
  • Flanges, Pipe, Research Committee on, Report,
  • 275
  • Flatness Testing Machine, Monochromatic Interference (Pitter Gauge and Precision Tool Co., Ltd.), 697*
  • Flaw Detector, Ultrasonoscope (Glass Developments, Ltd.), 473
  • Fleck, Dr. A., on Nationalisation of Chemical
  • Industry, 287 Fleet. See Warships Fleming Lecture on Colour Television, Ar
  • rangements for, 294
  • “ Flexi-Force ” Hydraulic Power Kit, 731 Flexible Drives (Gilmans), Ltd., Tungsten-
  • Carbide Burs (Trade Publication), 266 Flexible Ducting, Ltd., “ Spiratube ” Flexible
  • Ducting, 187 “ Flexidur ” Belting, 475 Flexo Plywood Industries, Ltd., Plywood for
  • Low-speed Wind Tunnel, 790 Flight. See Aeronautics
  • Flight Refuelling, Ltd., Trials of “ Canberra ”
  • Aircraft as Air Tanker, 61 Floating Dock. See Dock Flood Damage on East Coast of England, 34, 38 Flooding, Coastal, Report of Departmental
  • Committee on, 769
  • — North Sea, Conference. See Civil Engineers,
  • Institution of
  • — by River Thames, Investigation on, 684 Floor Slabs and Beams, Prestressed Concrete,
  • Cinema Film on, 753
  • — Sweeper, Permanent-Magnet (Electromag
  • nets, Ltd.), 634*
  • — Warming by Electricity, 524
  • Flooring and Treads, Safety (Trade Publica
  • tion), 266
  • Flow, Compressible, of Semi-Perfect Gas, 777*
  • — Turbulent, Ship and Model Resistance in,
  • 651
  • Fluid Friction. See Air Resistance; Friction; Ship Resistance
  • — Rust Preventive and Removing (Plus-Gas
  • Co., Ltd.), 311
  • Flux, Melting, Light-Alloy, Metal Entrapment in, 649
  • Flying Boats. See Aeronautics
  • Flywheel, G. E. C. Heavy-Alloy for Dunlop Maxaret Automatic Brake Control Unit, 670*
  • Fodens, Ltd., 120-h.p. Diesel Engines, 647 Food Containers, Aluminium, Manufacture by
  • Grundy (Teddington), Ltd., 218*
  • Ford, Prof. H., on Control in Rolling of Sheet and Strip, 649
  • Ford Motor Co., Ltd., 60-b.h.p. Diesel Engine for Motor Car, 376*; Mechanised- Farming Training Centre, 612
  • Ford and Weston, Ltd., Building for Brewery Refrigeration Plant, 58*
  • Fords (Finsbury), Ltd., Torque Overload Limiter, 734*
  • Fordson-Major 34-h.p. Diesel Engine for “ Power Pack,” 187*
  • Forgie, R. G., Portobello Power Station, 174*, 206*
  • Forging, Effective Utilisation of Material in, 306*
  • — Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • — Steel, Creep-Resisting (W. Jessop and Sons,
  • Ltd.), 568
  • Fork, Vibrating, for Measuring Rate of Turn (Sperry Gyroscope Co.), 152
  • Form-work, Concrete, Ties for (Trade Publication), 617
  • Forrest, Dr. J. S., on Corrosion of Steel-Cored Aluminium Conductors, 183
  • Forrest, J. S., on 275/300-kV British Transmission Scheme, 715
  • Forth Bridge, Proposed Roadway Over, 28
  • Foster Transformers, Ltd., Transformers (Trade Publication), 425
  • Foster Wheeler Co., Ltd., Esso Oil Refinery, Fawley, 353; Boilers, S.S. Arcadia, 663* Foster, Yates and Thom, Ltd., Wind Tunnels for de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., 788*
  • “ Fotosetter ” Typesetting by, 739
  • Foundations, Civil Engineering Code of Practice (Review), 487
  • — Nechells “ B ” Power Station (Sir R.
  • McAlpine and Sons (Midlands), Ltd.), 660*
  • — Portslade Gasworks, 656*
  • Foundry, Ampress Aluminium, of Wellworthy, Ltd., 409*
  • — and Coke Prices, 578. See LETTER, 643
  • — Equipment of Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.,
  • 437*
  • — Industry, National Council for, Effect on
  • Wages and Health of Shell-Moulding Operations, 287
  • Safety Precautions in, 736
  • — Iron and Steel, Regulations, 1953, 454
  • — Prevention of Accidents in, 230
  • — Radioactive-Tracer, at National Physical
  • Laboratory, 514, 520*
  • Foundry Services, Ltd., Aluminium-Silicon Alloys (Trade Publication), 330
  • — Work, Densening and Chilling in, by E.
  • Longden (Review), 617
  • See also Die Casting
  • — Workers, Amalgamated Union of, Effects
  • on Wages and Health of Shell-Moulding Operations, 287; Holiday Arrangements at Admiralty Dockyards, 287; Wage Increase for Women Engineers, 575; Annual Delegate Conference at Southport, 736
  • — See also Castings; Moulding
  • Foundrymen, Institute of British. See British Fowler, J., and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., Development of 50-h.D. to 150-h.p. “ Challenger ” Crawler Tractors, 627*
  • Fox, E. J., the Late, 131
  • Fox, P. X., Ltd., Toroidal Potentiometers (Trade Publication), 103
  • Fox, S., and Co., Ltd., Steel-Slitting Machines with “ Dynamatic ” Couplings, 733*
  • Fracture, Brittle, in Carbon-Steel Plate Structures, by M. E. Shank (Review), 585
  • in Steel, Conference on, Report, 295
  • Frames, Fabricated, Slotted Angles for (Dexion Ltd.), 608
  • — Multi-Storey Multi-Bay, Theory of Beams
  • for, 210*
  • — Rigid, Formulas, by Dr.-Ing. A. Kleinlogel
  • (Review), 393. See LETTER, 805
  • Framework, Rigid-Jointed, Analysis by Digital Computers, 226, 239*
  • France arid Britain, Electric Power Link Between, 450, 464*. See LETTER, 575
  • — Diesel-Engine Manufacture in, F. Perkins,
  • Ltd., 387
  • — Power Transmission at Extra-High Voltages
  • in, 715
  • — Rheims Power Station, 1,250-kW Free-
  • Piston Gas-Generator Turbo-Alternator, 686*
  • — See also French
  • Francis, A. J., on Electricity in Wool Textile Industry, 161
  • Franklin Furnace Co., Ltd., 30-f Gas-Fired Bogie Furnace, 437
  • Fraser and Chalmers Engineering Works Drawing-Office Training School, 771
  • Frazer-Nash, A., Safety Mechanism for Zephyr Nuclear Reactors, 265
  • French Electric Locomotive, Record Speed by, 231, 258
  • — Electricity Authority, Power Link with
  • Britain, 450, 464*. See LETTER, 515
  • — Hydro-Electric Power Plants, Excitation
  • Systems in , 685
  • — Institution of Civil Engineers. See Civil
  • Engineers, French Society of
  • French, J., the Late, 99
  • — National Railways, Record Speed by 2-D-2
  • Electric Locomotive, 231. See 258; Locomotives on, 451
  • French, W. and C., Ltd., British Overseas Airways Corporation Maintenance Hangar, 658*
  • — See also France
  • Frequency Conversion on British Railways, 258, 282*
  • Frey, W., on Control of Frequency and Power of Large Networks, 786
  • Friction-Test Machine, for Materials in Fluids (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 20*
  • Frictional Resistance of Ships. See STrip Resistance
  • Froidevaux, J., on High-Voltage Networks Interconnections, 785
  • Frontier Bronze Corporation, High-Strength Aluminium Casting Alloy, 217*
  • Fuel, Auxiliary, Use in Diesel Engine, Effect of, 130, 144
  • — Consumption of Motor Omnibuses, Factors
  • Affecting, 749
  • of Diesel-Engined Tractors, 309
  • — Efficiency Service, National Industrial,
  • Formation of, 611; Functions of, 679
  • — Filter for Diesel Oil (Automotive Products
  • Co., Ltd.), 471
  • — Institute of, New Carbonisation Processes
  • and Their Relation to Established Practice, by D. T. Barritt and T. Kennaway, 277; Production of Metallurgical Coke by Coal Blending, by H. Bardgett, 501; Presidential Address, by Dr. W. I. Jones on Energy for Britain, 513; Annual Report, 518; Annual Luncheon; 582; Melchett Medal, Award to Dr. H. H. Storch, 582
  • — Liquid. See also Oil Fuel
  • — Motor. See also Motor; Producer
  • Fuel Oil. See Oil Fuel
  • — and Power in Chemical Industry, Sympo
  • sium on, 325
  • Ministry of, Production Statistics, 31; Electricity Reorganisation (Scotland) Bill, 194; National Industrial Fuel-Efficiency Service, 611; Instructions for Stokers of Central-Heating Boilers, 743; Statistical Digest, 1953, 803
  • for the Nation, 770, 774
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • — Research Station, Experiments on Coke
  • Making from Non-Caking Coals, 285; Production of Metallurgical Coke by Coal Blending, 501
  • — Saving and Efficient Use of, 354
  • — Systems of Oil Engines, Preventive Main
  • tenance of, 428
  • — Technology, Oil Prospecting and Produc
  • tion, and Chemical, Gas and Mining Engineering (Review), 680
  • — Testing Chamber, Sweden, Graviner Explo
  • sion Suppressors for, 494*. See 98, 695*
  • — See also Coal; Oil; Gas; Peat; Pulverised
  • Coal
  • “ Fullagar ” Industrial Diesel Engine, Preservation at Willans Works, Rugby, 165*
  • Fulton, H. W., on Training of Graduates in Mechanical Engineering, 4. See 2
  • Funditor, Ltd., Marking Machines (Trade Publication), 72; Automatic Loading Hoist, 219
  • Furnace, Annealing, and Melting, at Falkirk Works of British Aluminium Co., Ltd., 754*, 822*
  • Furnace, Blast, Development of. 714
  • — — 25 Years’ Developments of, 782
  • — — Permeability Tests of Raw Materials
  • for, 45
  • Photo-Electric Dust Meter for, 146
  • — — Scunthorpe, of Appleby-Frodingham
  • Steel Co., 324
  • — Boiler, Locomotive, Improvements in
  • Grates and Brick Arches for, 274
  • See also Stoker
  • — Electric, for Aluminium Rod and Wire
  • Manufacture, 538
  • — — Arc, Factors Affecting Wear of Graphite
  • Electrodes, 784
  • — — Arc, Stocksbridge Steelworks, Oil-
  • Fired Pre-Melter for, 194, 212*
  • — — for G.E.C. Heavy-Alloy Manufacture,
  • 670*
  • — — High-Vacuum High-Temperature, 106* for Industrial Processes, 277
  • with Steam Atmosphere (Birlec, Ltd.), 440*
  • — Gas-Fired, of Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd.,
  • 437*
  • Fired, Tempering (Incandescant Heat Co., Ltd.), 628*
  • — Oil-Fired, Billet-Heating, for 11-in. Continuous Bar Rolling Mill (Stein and Atkinson, Ltd.), 819*
  • — Open-Hearth, Control of Fumes from, 551 Hearth, Life of All-Basic Refractories
  • 713
  • Hearth, Speed of Charging, Research On, M3
  • Hearth, Templeborough Steelworks, Experiments with, 194, 212*
  • Hearth, 25 Years’ Developments in, 782
  • — See also Coke Ovens; Cupolas
  • Furniture, Office (Trade Publication), 297
  • G2 (BERYL) Naval Gas-Turbine, 611
  • Gabion, Rock-Filled, Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 498*
  • Galvanising Techniques in United States (Review), 648
  • Galvanometer. See Electric
  • Galway, Eire, Gowla Bog, Trials of “ Bogmaster ” Tractors, 285*
  • Gamlen, R. E., on Selling Electricity, 524. See 514
  • Gammell, J., on Engineering Students in China, 67
  • Gantries, Landing, for Helicopter, 403*
  • — Reinforced-Concrete, for Willesden Railway-Carriage-Siding Lighting System, 56*
  • — See also Crane
  • Garringtons, Ltd., Film of Progress of, 231
  • Gas Absorption, Institution of Chemical Engineers, Symposium, 325
  • — Carbon Dioxide. See Carbon Dioxide
  • — Chemical and Mining Engineering, Oil
  • Prospecting and Production and Fuel Technology (Review), 680
  • — Coke-Oven. See Coke Oven
  • — Compressor, Heat Exchanger for (Welling
  • ton Tube Works, Ltd.), 667*
  • Oil-Free (Sulzer Brothers), 534*
  • — Council, Segas Process for Making Gas from
  • Oil, 34, 52*; Search for Natural Gas, 168; Exhibits at Factory Equipment Exhibition, 420; Gas-Fired Plant of Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., 437*; Portslade Gasworks, 643, 656*; Industrial Gas Conference, Relation of Gas and Steel Industries, by E. J. Pode, 646; Booklet on Fuel for the Nation, 770, 774; North Wales and South Wales Gas Grids, 830
  • — Electric Discharge in. See Electric
  • — Engine. See Engine, Gas
  • — Fired Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Generator, Free-Piston, for 1,250-kW
  • Turbo-Alternator, 686*
  • — Grid, North and South Wales, 830
  • — Industry, Developments in, 130
  • — Manufacture Gallery at Science Museum,
  • — Natural, Prospecting by Gas Council, 168 at Sui, Pakistan, 423
  • — Producer. See Producer «
  • — Production from Oil, Segas Process for, 34,
  • 52*
  • — Semi-Perfect, Compressible Flow of, 777*
  • — and Steel Industries, Relation Between, 646
  • — Turbine. See Turbine
  • — Welding, See Welding
  • Gas. See also Carbon Dioxide; Nitrogen: Oxygen, etc.
  • Gasoline. See Engine, Petrol
  • Gasworks, Bell Green, Lower Sydenham, Segas Process for Gas Production, 34, 52*
  • — Portslade, Sussex, 643, 656*
  • Gate, Control, Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 498, 528*
  • Gatesoupe, L., on Excitation and De-Excitation of Alternators, 685
  • “ Gatric ” Naval Gas Turbine, 622
  • Gauge, Bore-Measuring (British Indicators, Ltd.), 85*
  • — Dial, for Linear Measurement, Specifica
  • tion, 648
  • — Differential, Pressure, for Calibrating Pipe
  • Lines (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 20
  • — Electronic (Dawe Instruments, Ltd.), 537
  • — Load-Measuring, Squat, 339*. See LETTER,
  • 387
  • — Slip (Trade Publication), 201
  • — Strain, Autographic, Use in Launch of
  • Oil Tanker, 238
  • High-Temperature, 116
  • Mechanical, “ Demec ” (Mayton Prototypes), 791*
  • Resisting (Trade Publication), 103
  • — Thickness, Continuous for Strip and Sheet
  • (Fielden (Electronics), Ltd.), 537
  • for Films and Tissues (Isotope Developments1, Ltd.); 472
  • Ultrasonic (Dawe Instruments, Ltd.), 537
  • — and Tool Makers’ Association, Gauge and
  • Tool Exhibition, 591, 697*, 765*
  • — Twist-Drill, Optical (Coventry Gauge and
  • Tool Co., Ltd.), 697*
  • Gauldie, K., on Output of Gyratory Crushers, 557*
  • Gear-Cutting Machines. See Machine Tools
  • — Epicyclic, for Marine Propulsion (W. H.
  • Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 185*
  • — Infinitely-Variable, for Turbo-Diesel Aero
  • Engine, 571*, 573. See LETTER, 611
  • — Rating Computer (Fearns and Mear), 338
  • — Reduction, Double-Helical, S.S. “ Arcadia,”
  • 662
  • — Spur, Efficiency of Trains, 366*
  • — Tester, Rolling (J. Goulder and Sons, Ltd.),
  • 697*
  • — Trains, Efficiency of, 366*
  • — Units, Helical (Trade Publication), 297
  • — Worm, Efficiency of Trains, 366*
  • Gearbox, Reverse-Reduction, Marine, for Four 2,000-h.p. Diesel Engines (Modern Wheel Drive, Ltd.), 410*
  • — Speed Reducing and Increasing (Trade
  • Publication), 680
  • Geared Turbines, Marine. See Marine Propulsion
  • Gearing for Helicopter Drive, 432*
  • G. E.C. Heavy Alloy, Properties and Applications 670*
  • General Electric Co., Ltd., Testing Plant for Large Alternators, 28*; Radial Heating Plant for Nylon Fabrics, 30; Lighting of Willesden Railway-Carriage Sidings, 56*; Electrical Equipment for Barrow-in- Furness Bascule Bridge, 92*; High- Temperature High-Vacuum Electric Furnace, 106*; Electrical Equipment for Slant Haulage Plant, Pantyffynnon Colliery, 122*; Multiple-Unit Rolling Stock, 134; Lighting Fitting for Underwater Television, 253*; Witton Works of (Trade Publication), 266; Substation Equipment for British Railways, 282*; Ironclad Switchboards (Trade Publication), 330; Mercury Switches for Mechanical-Handling Equipment, 341; Photo- Electric Control for Converging Conveyors, 344*; 33-kV On-Load Tapping Switch, 405*; 4-kVA Electronically- Controlled Spot Welder, 407*; Seam Welder with Wire Electrode, 445*; Light- Fittings (Trade Publication), 456; 11-kV Switchgear for Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 502*; Alternator Protective Equipment and Switchgear at Owen Falls, 531*; 175-Watt Power Panel for Sound Relay Systems, 605; 550-kW Geared-Turbine Generating Set, 634*; 440-Volt Group Starter Board, 635*; Control Room, Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 661; Properties and Applications of G.E.C. Heavy Alloy, 670*; Thermo- Electric Effects at Semi-Conductor Junctions, 677; Flameproof Switchgear, 793*; High-Tension Oil Switch, 827*
  • — and Municipal Workers, National Union
  • of, Dissatisfaction with Engineering Wage Increase, 511; Wage Increase for Women Engineering Employees, 575; Suggested Expulsion from Confederation of Shipbuilding and Engineering Unions, 672
  • Generator, Electric, Alternating-Current, Am- plidex, Control System for (Brush Electrical Engineering Co., Ltd.), 149*
  • Alternating-Current, Design of, 685 Alternating-Current, Excitation and De-
  • Excitation of, 685
  • Alternating-Current, Self-Regulating (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 87*
  • Alternating-Current, Testing Plant for, 28*
  • Conon Valley Hydro-Electric Scheme, 90*
  • 5,000-kW, Coryton Oil Refinery, 688* 270-kW, Diesel-Driven, H.M. Yacht
  • I Britannia,” 567
  • 535-kW, for Diesel-Electric Locomotive (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 317*
  • for European Power Stations, 423 200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Driven (W. H.
  • Allen, Sons, and Co., Ltd.), 637*
  • for Hebbum Switchgear Testing Station, 418, 442*, 716
  • 36-MVA High-Speed (British Thomson- Houston Co., Ltd.), 316
  • impulse, 400-kV, for Laboratory Work, 109*
  • Impulse, 3,200-kV, National Physical Laboratory, 625*
  • Generator, Electric, Induction, for Small Hydro-Electric Plants, 47
  • 106-MVA, Kemano-Kitimat Hydro- Electric Scheme, 418, 430
  • 52-5-MW, Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 660*
  • 15-MW, Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 497, 528*, 579
  • 60-MW, Portobello Power Station, 174*, 207*
  • Self-Regulating Alternators (Trade Publication), 712
  • 1,200-kW, S.S. “ Arcadia,” 663*
  • Synchronous; Variable-Speed, for Hydro- Electric Plants, 685
  • 550-kW Turbine-Driven (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 634*
  • 500-kW, Turbine-Driven, H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,” 567
  • See also Turbo-Generators
  • Generators, “ Nitroneal ” for Producing Nitrogen (Baker Platinum, Ltd.), 311*
  • — Smoke, for Tsetse Fly Control (Tiltman
  • Langley Laboratories, Ltd.), 219*
  • Generating Sets, 1J to 25-kW, Alternating- Current Diesel-Driven (J. and H. McLaren, Ltd.), 799*
  • 8-5-kW, for Civil-Defence Centres (R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd.), 278*
  • 55-kW Diesel-Driven, for Kano Airport, 380*
  • 25-kVA, Ford Diesel-Engined (A. C. Morrison (Engineers), Ltd.), 187*
  • — Station. See Power Station
  • Gent and Co., Ltd., Electric Clocks (Trade Publication), 553
  • Geothermal Power Schemes in New Zealand, 67
  • German, East, Government, Buying Campaign of Engineering Products, 770
  • — Engineering Exports, 10, 172
  • — Export Trade, 738
  • — Factory of Beckman Instruments, Inc., 739
  • — Industrial Competition, Effects of, 543
  • — State Railways, Condensing Locomotive for,
  • 226
  • — Welding Engineering Association, Exhibi
  • tion and Conference, 659
  • Germanium Rectifiers (Trade Publication), 680 Germany, Power Transmission to Extra-High Voltages in, 715
  • “ Ghost ” Aeroplane Engines for High-Speed Wind Tunnel, 788*
  • Gibb, Sir A., and Partners, Conon Valley Hydro-Electric Scheme, 90*; Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 482, 497*, 528*, 579*
  • Gibbons Furnaces Ltd., Re-Heating Furnaces for Falkirk Aluminium Works, 757*
  • Gibrat, Dr. R., on Utilisation of Colliery Tailings at Emile Huchet Power Station, 308
  • Giddings and Lewis Machine Tool Co., H.S.F. “ Variax ” Profile Milling Machine, 194
  • Gifkins, R. C., on Structural Studies of Creep in Lead, 682
  • Gilbert (or Gilberd), W., Spelling of, 162
  • G. I.M.E.D., Universal Testing Machine for Large Structures, 751*
  • Gimson, M., the Late, 227
  • Girder or Tower, Collapsible, Le Roy, 244*
  • — Welded, for Railway Bridge at Carlisle, 181* ?— See also Beams; Bridges; Floors
  • Glands for Electric Cables (H. Dunning and Co. v1946), Ltd.), 119
  • Glanville, Dr. W. H., on Safety on Roads, 327
  • Glasgow, Royal Technical College, 400-kV Peak Impulse Generator, 109*
  • — Scottish Industries Exhibition, Arrange
  • ments for, 739
  • Motor Show, 1955, 198
  • — University, Apparatus for Measurement of
  • Plastic Strains in Steel, by D. Morrison, 141*
  • — Waterworks, Centenary of, 231
  • Glass, Building Applications of, 462
  • Glass Developments, Ltd., Ultrasonoscope Flaw Detector, 473
  • — Dust Particles, Assessment of Size of, 595
  • — Electrically-Conductive (Megatron Ltd.),
  • 472
  • — as Lubricant in Hot Extrusion of Steel, 450,
  • 463
  • — Types of (Chance Brothers, Ltd.), 537 Glazing System, Adaptable (H. Hope and Sons,
  • Ltd.), 634
  • Gledhill, Dr. P. K., on Sintering of Iron Ore, 45 Glenfield and Kennedy, Ltd., Gates for Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Schemes, 498, 528*; Semi-Continuous Casting Machine, 755* Glossop-Manchester Line, Electric Rolling Stock for, 134
  • Gloucester Railway Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd., Railcars for Toronto Subway, 342*
  • Glover, W. T., and Co., Ltd., Cable for Bond- Street Substation, 605
  • Gloves, Industrial, and Protective Clothing (Trade Publication), 41
  • Gogan, J., on Sales Organisation for Electricity Supply Industry, 524
  • Goodall, C. A., the Late, 197
  • Goodmans Industries, Ltd., Vibrator for Road Tests, 470*
  • Gosland, L., on Re-Striking Voltage Conditions on 132-kV and 275-kV Networks, 716
  • Gotaverken A/B, 28,000-ton Floating Dock Without Tank Tops, 725
  • Gotland High-Voltage Transmission Scheme, 715
  • Goulder, J., and Sons, Ltd., Rolling Gear Tester, 697*
  • government Railways. See Railways
  • — “ Statement of Defence,” 1954, 257
  • Governors of Oil Engines, Preventive Maintenance of, 429
  • Gowla Bog, Galway, Eire, Trials of “ Bogmaster ” Tractors, 285*
  • G.P.A. Tools and Gauges, Ltd., Welding Machines, Cold-Pressure, for Aluminium and Copper Conductors, 765*
  • Grabs for Cranes (Trade Publication), 103 Grading Apparatus for Fly Ash, 272* Grainger, H. B., on Properties of Aluminium-
  • Magnesium-Silicon Alloys, 649
  • “ GrainVayor ” Pneumatic Mobile Grain Conveyor, 829*
  • Grande Installation Mecanique pour Essais de Duree, Universal Testing Machine for Large Structures, 751*
  • Grangemouth, Chemical Plant of British Petroleum Chemicals, Ltd., 830
  • Grant, Dr. N. J., on Creep of Aluminium at High Temperatures, 682
  • Granular Bases and Subgrades, Protection by Surface Dressings (Review), 297
  • Graphs of Compton Energy-Angle Relationship, by A. T. Nelms (Review), 72
  • “ Graphette ” Recording Echometer for Fishing Vessels, 525*
  • Graphic Arts Research Foundation, Inc., Typesetting by Photography, 739
  • Graphite and Carbon for Chemical Plant (Trade Publication), 266
  • — in Cast Irons, Investigations on, 809
  • — Colloidal (Trade Publication), 266
  • — Electrodes, in Electric-Arc Furnaces, Wear
  • of, 784
  • — Tube Heating Elements for High-Tempera
  • ture Electric Furnace, 107*
  • Grates. See Furnace; Stoker
  • Gratings, Diffraction, Magnetic Tapes and Computers for Machine-Tool Control (Ferranti, Ltd.), 766*
  • Gravel-Handling Plant for Warragamba Dam, 400*
  • Graviner Manufacturing Co., Ltd., Explosion- Suppression System for Industrial Plants, 98, 493*; Fire Detectors for Aircraft, 695* Graving Dock. See Dock
  • Gravity Conveyors. See Conveyors
  • Gray Lecture on .Marine and Land Turbine Developments, 148
  • Grease, Wool (Trade Publication), 617
  • Grey and Marten, Ltd., Soldering and Brazing Alloys and Techniques (Trade Publication), 361
  • Grice, M. A. K., on Faster Sintering of Ironstone, 45
  • Grieve, A., on Softening of Iron Ores at High Temperatures, 17
  • Grimethorpe Colliery, Strike at, 383
  • Grinding Machines. See Machine Tools
  • — Plants, for Sulphur and Wood Flour,
  • Graviner Explosion Suppressors, 494*. See 98, 695*
  • Grundmark, B., on Limiting of Switching Overvoltages, 716
  • Grundy (Teddington), Ltd., Aluminium Food Containers, 218*
  • G.T.A. Naval Gas Turbine, 622
  • Guenther, J. C., on Power-Assisted Motor-Car Steering, 259
  • “ Guerrilla ” Strikes in Electrical Industry, 63, 95, 127, 159, 191, 223, 255, 383
  • Guest, Keen and Nettlefolds (South Wales), Ltd., Indented-Bar Reinforcement for Concrete, 350.* See Erratum, 406
  • Gueterbock, Col. Sir P. G. J., the Late, 355* Gunmetal, Leaded, Uses in Marine Engineering; 620
  • Guzzanti, Prof. C., on Comparison of Electric Traction Systems, 481, 490
  • G.W.B. Furnaces, Ltd., “ Powermaster ” 250- h.p. “ Packaged ” Boiler, 418, 441*
  • Gyproc Products, Ltd., Photo-Electric Control for Conveyors, 344*
  • Gyratory Crushers, Output of, 557*
  • HACK-SAWING Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Hackbridge and Hewittic Electric Co., Ltd., Transformers and Rectifiers for British Railways, 282*; Re-equipment of Bondstreet Substation, 604*
  • Haden, G. N., and Sons, Ltd., Heating, Ventilating and Power Plant for Civil-Defence Centre, 278*
  • Hadley, A. E., the Late, 517
  • Hafner, R., on Domain of Helicopter, 402* Halcrow, Sir W., on Engineering Developments in Central Africa, 644
  • Hall, Prof. A. A., on Work of Royal Aircraft Establishment, 372. See 354
  • Hall; J., and E., Ltd., Brewery Refrigeration Plant, 58*
  • Hall, Col. J. V., the Late, 293
  • Hamblin, H. J., on Hydraulics in Agricultural
  • Engineering, 708*
  • Hammers, Hand, Importance of Quality of, 676*
  • — See also Machine Tools
  • Hammond, R. A. Fl, on Adhesion Test for
  • Electrodeposited Chromium; 747
  • Hampstead Station, High-Speed Passenger Lift at (Waygood-Otis, Ltd.), 509*
  • Hand Engraving (Trade Publication), 103 Handbook of Fan Engineering Industry (Review), 297
  • Handling Equipment, Ash, for 4,250-h.p. Gas Turbine for Locomotives, 561*, 592 Mechanical, Mercury Switches for (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 341*
  • Mechanical, Production and Export of, 394*
  • Refuse-Disposal Plant at Port Glasgow, 281*
  • — Excavating and Concreting Equipment
  • (Trade Publication), 72
  • — and Lifting, Manual, Course for Instructors,
  • 327
  • — Materials, Institute of, Demonstration with
  • Fork-Lift Trucks, 615; Annual Dinner, 775
  • — Mechanical, Exhibition, Olympia, 775,
  • 797*, 829*
  • Plant, at Foundry of Leyland Motors, Ltd., 217*
  • — Oil, Installation at Eastham, 304
  • Handling Plant, Coal and Coke, Nechells “ B ” Power Station (Mitchell Engineering, Ltd.), 660
  • Coal, for 4,250-h.p. Gas Turbine for
  • Locomotives, 561*, 592
  • Coal, for Portobello Power Station, 174*
  • Handling Plant, Coal, Portslade Gasworks, 656* Coke, Portslade Gasworks, 656*
  • “ Handraulic ” Diesel-Engine Starter (Trade Publication), 617
  • Hanson, C. W., on Circulating Periodicals, 258 Harcourt-Smith, Capt. C., Motor Yacht “ Aries,” 647
  • Hardening of Metals. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • — Precipitation, of Non-Ferrous Metals, 682 Hardness Tests. See Tests (.Materials)
  • “ Hardometer ” Hardness Tester, 697* Hardwoods, End-Grain Photomicrographs for Identification of (Review), 232
  • Hardy, Dr. H. K., on Metal Entrapment in Light-Alloy Melting Flux, 649; on Structural Ageing of Aluminium-Copper Alloys, 682; on Aged Aluminium-Copper Alloys, 682
  • Hare, J., on Electronic Instruments for Marine Turbine Research, 276*
  • Harland Drives, Ltd., Electric Drives for Paper-Making Machines (Trade Publication), 712
  • Harland and Wolff, Ltd., S.S. “Iberia,” 129, 134*
  • Harrington, E. J., on 230-kV Capacitors in United States, 786
  • Harris, F. H. B., the Late, 3
  • Harris, I. R., on Brittleness in Aluminium- Magnesium-Silicon Alloys, 649
  • Harrison, E., the Late, 3
  • Harrison, P. W., on Accurate Alignment Over Long Distances, 654*
  • Harvesting Machinery, Seaweed, 664
  • Harvey, G. A., and Co. (London), Ltd., Transonic Wind Tunnel, 188*; Wind Tunnels for de Havilland Aircraft Co., Ltd., 788*
  • Harwell, Atomic Energy Research Establishment, Course on Electronics, 232; Zephyr Reactors at, 265; British Experimental Pile, 313*; Electromagnetic Pump for Liquid Metals, 473; Heavy-Water Atomic Reactor, 612
  • Hatfield Lecture on British Iron and Steel Industry, 782. See 709
  • Hatfield Main Colliery, Strike at, 383
  • Haulage Engine and Gear, Easthouses Colliery, 506*
  • — Plant, Slant, Pantyffynnon Colliery, Electric
  • Drive for, 122*
  • Haverfordwest-Carmarthen 132-kV Wood- Pole Transmission Line, 600*
  • Hawkins, H., Ltd., Vibrator Screens Electrically Heated, 569*
  • Hawley, D. D., the Late, 679
  • Hayward-Tyler and Co., Ltd., 350-h.p. Electrically-Driven Submersible Pump, 55*
  • Head, Wrightson Aluminium Ltd., All-Welded Aluminium Portal Frame for- Office Building, 444*; Hangar Doors of Aluminium Alloy, 658*
  • Head, Wrightson and Co., Ltd., 135-ton Transformer Wagon. 220*| Brosius Manipulet Forging Manipulator, 829*
  • Head Wrightson Processes, Ltd., Heavy-Water Atomic Reactor at Harwell, 6112
  • Heal, T. J., on Metal Entrapment in Light- Alloy Melting Flux, 649; on Structural Ageing of Aluminium-Copper Alloys, 682 Health, Ministry of, Linear Accelerator for X-Ray Treatment, 694*
  • Hearing-Aid Exhibition, Amplivox, Ltd., 657
  • Heat and Acoustic Insulation, Use of Vermiculite for, 559
  • — Capacity of Laminations, 781
  • — Engines. See Engines; Turbines; Aero
  • nautics
  • — Exchanger, Coiled-Tube for Oxygen Pro
  • duction Plant, Ontario, 375*
  • for Gas Compressor (Wellington Tube Works, Ltd.), 667*
  • — — for Gas Turbines, 719*
  • — Insulating Material, “ Secondite ” (Se-
  • condite Co., Ltd.), 311
  • — Transfer by Radiation, by J. H. McGuire
  • (Review), 361
  • — Treatment of Metals. See Metallurgy Heater, Feed-Water. See Feed-IFo/er
  • — Space; Oil-Fired (Trade Publication), 103
  • — Steam, for Vats (Ward’s Patents, Ltd.), 86* Heating, Dielectric (Trade Publication), 648
  • — Electric, for Industrial Processes, 277
  • — Installations, Hot-Water, Accelerator for
  • (Sigmund Pumps, Ltd.), 734*
  • — and Lighting Systems for Electric Railcars
  • (J. Stone and Co., Ltd.), 343*
  • — Plant for Civil-Defence Centres, 278*
  • — and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of,
  • Climatic Research Laboratory, Farnborough, by L. C. C. Rayner and A. H. Coombs, 117; New Headquarters, 646 Industry Year Book (Review), 41 Heavy-Water Atomic Reactor at Harwell, 612
  • Hebburn Switchgear Testing Station, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 418, 442*, 716
  • Hector Whaling, Ltd., Whale-Catcher “ Setter IX,” 374*
  • Heenan and Froude, Ltd., 2,000-h.p. Dynamometers for Aero-Engine Test House, 214*; Refuse-Disposal Plant at Port Glasgow, 281*; Applications of “ Dyna- matic ” Couplings, 732*
  • Helical Gears. See Gears Helicopters. See Aeronautics Hemp, Prof. W. S., on Analysis of Thermal Stress, 116
  • Henderson, Dr. W. O., on Aaron Manby and First Iron Steamship, 229
  • Henley’s, W. T., Telegraph Works Co., Ltd., Fully-Impregnated Non-Draining Cables (Trade Publication), 266
  • Henschel und Sohn, G.m.b.H., 4-8-4 Condensing Locomotive, 226, 250*
  • Heppenstall, N., Barugh Green Works of Brook Motors, Ltd., 761*
  • Herbert, A., Ltd., Lathe and Planer Tools (Trade Publication), 41; “ Edgwick ”
  • High-Speed Threading Machine, 249* ; 6-in. Copy-Turning Lathe, 542*; Grinding Machine with Cooling-Medium Clarifier, 793*
  • Herbert, E. G., Ltd., Hydraulic Saw-Frame Support for “ Rapidor ” Hacksaw Machine, 279*
  • Hercules Powder Co., Ltd., Applications of Akulon, 373*
  • “ Hermes ” Aircraft, Labour Dispute Concerning, 639
  • Heselwood, W. C., on Factors Affecting Wear of Graphite Electrodes, 784
  • Hess, O., on Design of Large Alternators, 685 Heywood, S. H., the Late, 3
  • Hickey, F., the Late, 197
  • Hicks, R., on Design of Reinforced Annular Plates, 335*; on Reinforced Holes in Plates, 811*
  • Hiddleston, S.', the Late, 679
  • High Duty Alloys, Ltd., Hiduminium- 29 Bearing Alloy (Trade Publication), 585
  • — Frequency. See Electric
  • — Temperature Tests. See Tests {Materials)

High-Tension Networks, International Conference, Paris:

  • Programme, 62
  • Reports of Proceedings, 609, 675, 685, 715, 785
  • Design of Large Alternators, by O. Hess, 685
  • Variable-Speed Synchronous Machines for Hydro-Electric or Pumped- Storage Power Stations, by J. Tittel, 685
  • Results of Recent Tests Regarding Different Systems of High-Speed Excitation and De-Excitation of Alternators, by R. David and
  • L. Gatesoupe, 685
  • Comparison of Four Main Types of Rotary Exciters Employed in Modern Practice, by M. Vidmar, 685
  • Gotland High-Voltage Direct-Current Transmission Scheme, by B. G. Rathsman and A. U. Lamm, 715 100-kV Direct-Current Cable for Gotland Scheme, by B. Bjurstrom and R. Johansson, 715
  • British 275/300-kV Transmission Scheme, by D. P. Sayers, F. L. Lane and
  • J. S. Forrest, 715
  • Alternating-Current Transmission at Extra- High Voltage, by P. Sporn, 715
  • Field Testing of 380-kV Circuit- Breakers, by G. Jancke and U. Sandstrom, 716
  • Limiting of Switching Overvoltages, by L. R. Bergstrom, O. Johansen and
  • B. Grundmark, 716
  • Switching Overvoltages—Means for Their Reduction and Regulations for Circuit-Breakers, by S. Teszner, E. Maury, and M. Perloni, 716
  • New Research Station for High-Power Circuit-Breakers, by J. Christie and
  • H. Leyburn, 716
  • Weil Circuit for Testing High Voltage Circuit-Breakers with Very High Rupturing Capacities, by J. Biermanns, 716
  • Present and Prospective Re-Striking Conditions on British 132-kV and 275-kV Networks, by L. Gosland and J. S. Vosper, 716
  • Post-Arc Currents in High-Voltage Circuit-Breakers, by S. Teszner and J. Blase, 716
  • On-Load Tap Changing Equipment, by E. C. Rippon, 785
  • Dielectric Fatigue of Insulating Materials and Maintenance of Electrical Apparatus, Especially Transformers, by R. Langlois-Berthelot, 785
  • Very High Voltage Network Interconnections—Transformers or AutoTransformers, by C. Rossier and J. Froidevaux, 785
  • 380-kV Series Capacitors in Sweden, by G. Jancke, K. S. Smedsfelt and P. H. Hjertberg, 785
  • 230-kV Series Capacitor Installation on Bonneville Power Administration’s System by O. A. Demuth and E. J. Harrington, 786
  • Automatic Frequency Regulation in Large Networks, by F. Cahen and A. Chevallier, 786
  • Load Frequency Control on Large Interconnected Power System, by C. K. Duff, 786
  • Control of Frequency and Power of Large Networks, by R. Keller and W. Frey, 786
  • “ Highburton,” H.M. Minesweeper, Launch of, 776
  • Highways. See Roads
  • Hilger and Watts, Ltd., Spectrographic Equipment (Trade Publication), 266; Metal Ratio Analyser, 537; Photoelectric Comparator, 537
  • Hille’t. M., on Growth of Nodular Graphite, 809
  • Hinton, Sir C., on Nuclear Reactors and Power Production, 289, 313*; on Atomic Energy Made Easy, 386
  • Hire-Purchase Arrangements, Employment Provided by, 704
  • History of Iron and Steel Industry, 713 Hitchcock, R. G., on British Five-Ton Deadweight Standard of Load, 468*
  • Hives, Lord, on Functions of Management, 543; on Trade-Union Conditions in Canada, 543
  • Hjertberg, P. H., on 380 kV Series Capacitors in Sweden, 785
  • H. M.SS. See under Warships
  • Hobbing Machine, Gears. See Gear under Machine Tools
  • Hodgkin, J. E., the Late, 37 Hoff, Prof. N. J., on Buckling and Stability of Columns, 13*. See LETTER, 775
  • Hogan, J., the Late, 3
  • Hoist, Loading, Automatic (Funditor, Ltd.), 219
  • — Mobile, 10 cwt. Diesel-Driven (A. C. E. Machinery, Ltd.), 21*
  • Hoist. See also Cranes; Gantries
  • Holes, Fitting of Shafts in. See Gauge
  • — Reinforced, in Flat Plates, Design of, 811* Holland, Conference on Oxidation Processes,
  • Arrangements for, 271
  • Hollinghurst, Sir L., on National Industrial Fuel Efficiency Service, 679
  • Holman Brothers, Ltd., London Offices of, 261; “ Holpack ” Portable Air Com
  • pressor, 350*
  • Holms, A. C., the Late, 197
  • Holophane, Ltd., Lighting of Westminster Abbey for Coronation, (Trade Publication), 41
  • “ Holpack ” Portable Air Compressor, 350* Holt, A., and Co., 350-h.p. Gas-Turbine Driven Generator, 638*
  • Honda, Prof. K., the Late, 260
  • Honeyman, A. W., the Late, 37
  • Hong Kong Government, Motor Fire-Float “ Alexander Grantham,” 120*
  • Hong Kong and Whampoa Dock Co., Ltd., Motor Fire-Float “ Alexander Grantham,” 120*
  • Honours List, Birthday, 773
  • New Year, 36
  • Hooke’s Law, Deviation from, Apparatus for Measuring, 141*
  • Hope, H., and Sons, Ltd., Adaptable Glazing System, 634; Continuous Fenestration (Trade Publication), 680
  • Hopkin, G. L., on Arc Melting and Its Application to Casting of Molybdenum, 683
  • Hopkin, Dr. L. M. T., on Creep and Fatigue Properties of Lead and Lead Alloys, 682; on Age-Hardening Properties of Lead- Antimony Alloy, 682 -
  • Horne, A. N., Trans-Northern Petroleum Pipeline, 66, 78*
  • Horne, Dr. M. R., on Collapse Load Factor for Rigid-Frame Structure, 210*
  • Horology and Instrument Technology, National College of, Courses in Tool Technology, 119; Open Day, 388
  • Horticultural and Farm Electrical Installations, Specification, 425
  • — Implements, Petrol-Driven (Rotary Hoes,
  • Ltd.), 787
  • Horton, W. H., on Laboratory Simulation of Kinetic Heating, 116
  • Hose Coupling for Air Lines (Trade Publication), 585
  • Hospital Equipment of H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,” 522, 565*
  • — Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Linear Accelerator
  • for X-Ray Treatment, 694*
  • Hot-Spray Unit, Two-Gun (Atlas Diesel Co., Ltd.), 406*
  • — Water Heating Installations, Accelerator
  • for (Sigmund Pumps, Ltd.), 734*
  • Hours of Labour. See Labour
  • House of Commons Select Committee on Estimates, Report on Grants to Research Establishments, 675
  • Housing and Local Government, Ministry of, Circular on River Pollution Tests, 271; Report on Synthetic Detergents, 420
  • Hovey, B. H., the Late, 711
  • Howard Foundry of Milwaukee, Blading for Coal-Burning Gas Turbine, 592
  • Howard, W. R., on Evolution of Ferro- Concrete, 200
  • Howden Air Heaters and Fans, Portobello Power Station, 175*
  • Howorth, Col. E. G., the Late, 131
  • Hoyle, Dr. R. D., on Axially Symmetrical Thermal Stress Problems, 116
  • H.S.F. “ Variax ” Profile Milling Machine, 194 Huber, R., on Free-Piston Gas-Generator Turbo-Alternator, 686*
  • Hughes, Dr. G., on Friction and Form Resistance in Turbulent Flow and Proposed Formulation for Use in Model and Ship Correlation, 618, 651; on Model Tests on Ship Forms of 0 ? 65 Block Coefficient, 681
  • Hultgren, Prof. A., on Hypo-Eutectic Cast Irons, 809; on Annealing of White Cast Irons of High Sulphur: Manganese Ratios, 809
  • Humphreys, O. W., on Electro-Heat and Prosperity, 277
  • Humphris and Sons, Ltd., Sheet-Metal Decoiler and Straightener, 667*
  • Hunslet Engine Co., Ltd., 45-h.p. Diesel Locomotive for Mines, 505
  • Huntsman, B., Metallurgical Work of, 714 Husband and Co., Radio-Telescope at Jodrell Bank, 826*
  • Husbands, A. S., on 400-kV Peak Impulse Generator, 109*
  • Hydraulic Association, Hydraulic Machinery and Equipment (Trade Publication), 585 “ Hydraulic Efficiency,” Booklet on (Trade Publication), 330
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Machinery and Equipment (Trade Publica
  • tion), 585
  • — Power Kit, “ Flexi-Force ” (Epco, Ltd.), 731 Plant. See Power Plant
  •  ?— Press. See Press under Machine Tools
  • — Pumps. See Pump
  • — Transmission on Agricultural Tractor, 708*
  • — Turbines. See Turbines; Power Plant Hydraulics Research Board, Annual Report,
  • 684
  • Station Investigations of Land Reclamation from the Wash, 491
  • — See also Irrigation; Water
  • “ Hydrax ” High-Speed Gear-Hobbing Machine, 700*
  • Hydrodynamics. See Ship Resistance Hydro-Electric Power Plant. See Power Plant Hymatic Engineering Co., Ltd., Light-Weight Pneumatic Snap-Jack, 348*; Industrial Single-Cylinder Compressor, 408*; Hot- Air Reducing Valve, 702*
  • Hyster Co., American Logging Equipment (Trade Publication), 201; Fork-Lift Trucks (Trade Publication), 425
  • Hysteresis Phenomena in Mild Steel, 141*
  • ICE. See Refrigeration
  • Ideal Machine Tool and Engineering Co., Ltd., Plastic Oil Containers (Trade Publication), 776
  • Ilford, Ltd., Photographic Developer (Trade Publication), 72
  • Illuminating Engineering Society, Dow Memorial Prize Competition, 188 _
  • Illumination. See Light; Lighting; and Lamps under Electric
  • Image Orthicon Pick-Up Tube, for Television Camera, 555
  • Tube, 42-in., for Television (English Electric Valve Co., Ltd.), 668*
  • “ Impax ” Spring-Loaded Oil Seal, 247* Impedance Network Analyser (A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd.), 560*
  • Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Aluminium Alloys and Fluxes for Brazing (Trade Publication), 103; Plastics Exhibition, Deferment of, 256; Booklet “Chemical Industry and Challenge to Britain,” 258; Criticism of Nationalisation Proposals for Chemical Industry, 287; Production _ of Rubber-Like Resin, 445; Profit-Sharing Scheme of, 675; Gift of Ramsbottom Locomotive to British Transport Commission, 772*; Cooling Tubes for Refrigerators (Trade Publication), 808
  • — College of Science and Technology, Annual
  • Report, 75; Courses on Mineral Dressing, 423
  • Import Trade. See Trade
  • Impregnation Plant for Stators at Barugh Green Works, 763*
  • Impulse Turbines. See Turbines
  • Ind Coope and Allsopp, Ltd., Brewery Refrigeration Plant; 58*
  • Incandescent Heat Co., Ltd., Gas-Carburising Plant, 628*
  • — Lamps. See Lamps under Electric Ince, Sir G., on Industrial Arbitration, 319 " incentives in Industry ” Conference, 479 Incinerator for Refuse-Disposal Plant at Port
  • Glasgow, 281*
  • Index, Retail-Prices, 255, 832 India Rubber. See Rubber
  • — Southern, Peechi Dam Irrigation Scheme,
  • 243*
  • Indicating and Recording Instruments for Montreal to Toronto Petroleum Pipeline, 66; 80*
  • Indicator for Bascule Bridge Operating Equipment (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 93
  • — Controller, for Aden Oil Refinery (Evershed
  • and Vignoles, Ltd.), 535*
  • — Dial, High-Magnification (J. E. Baty and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 765*
  • — Direction, for Motor Vehicles, 749
  • — Rotary (Trade Publication), 808
  • — Smoke (Trade Publication), 617
  • — Temperature (Trade Publication), 680
  • — Tension, for Wires (Cambridge Instrument
  • Co., Ltd.), 812*
  • Induction Furnaces. See Furnace, Electric
  • — Motor. See Motor, Electric Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Agreements and Disputes. See Labour
  • — Court. See Labour
  • — Disputes Tribunal, Arbitration by, 383
  • — Economics. See Labour
  • — Engineers, Society of, Plant Maintenance
  • Work-Study Conference, 263
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Gloves and Protective Clothing (Trade
  • Publication), 41
  • — Management. See Bjorks Management
  • — Organisation and Development Bill, 198
  • — Psychology, National Institute of, Plan
  • for Selection of Personnel, 159
  • — Research. See Research
  • — Society, Custom in, Importance of, 614
  • — Solenoids (Trade Publication), 456
  • — Teachers, Young Employees’ Need for, 511
  • — Welfare Society, Course on Manual Lifting
  • and Handling, 327; Conference on Improving Working Environment in Factories, 704
  • Industries, British, Federation of. See Federation
  • — Investment Policy for, 674
  • — Mobile Radio in (Trade Publication), 103
  • — Modern, Challenge of, 679
  • — Nationalised, Proposed Select Committee
  • on, 225
  • — Need for Good Relations in, 191, 351
  • — Proposals for Nationalisation of 639
  • — and Science in Manchester Area, Report on,
  • 417
  • — See also Trade
  • Information, Central Office of, Catalogue of Films for Industry, 98, 100
  • — and Reference Service, Co-operative Indus
  • trial and Commercial, Work of, 39
  • — Services, Organisation and Development,
  • Course on, 173
  • Ingenieurs Civils de France, Societe des, British Section, Transport, Preparation and Utilisation of Colliery Tailings at Emile Huchet Power Station, by Dr. R. Gibrat and F. Chenin, 308; Ugine- Sejournet. Process for Hot Extrusion of Steel, by J. Sejournet, 450, 463
  • Ingersoll Milling Machine Co. of America, Milling Machine for Scalping Aluminium Blocks, 755*
  • Ingersoll-Rand Co., Ltd., Air-Operated Spanner (Trade Publication)); 744
  • Inglis, A. and J., Ltd., Whale-Catcher “ Setter IX,” 374*
  • Tnglis, J., and Co., Ltd., Toronto, 42-ft. Vertical Boring and Turning Mill, 48*
  • Inland Navigation. See Canals; Rivers, etc. Insignia Awards in Technology, City and Guilds of London Institute, 387
  • Institute of Transport. See Transport
  • — See Institutions
  • Institution, British Standards. See Standards
  • — of Production Engineers. See Production
  • Institution, Royal. See Royal Institution
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Aeronautical
  • Society, Royal; Agricultural Engineering^ National Institute of; Anthropological Institute, Royal; Arts, Royal Society of; Aslih; Aviation Medicine Institute of (under Aeronautics); British Association; British Foundrymen, Institute of; British Occupational Hygiene Society; Gement and Concrete Association; Chartered Surveyors, Royal Institution of; Chemical Engineers, Institution of; Civil Engineers, Institution of; Coal Utilisation Council; Coke Oven Managers’ Association; Colliery Managers, National Association of; Combustion Engineering Association; Consulting Engineers, Association of; Diesel Engine Users Association^ Electrical Engineers, Institution of; Engineers-in- Charge, Institution of; Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland, Institution of; Engineers! Society of; Ergonomics Research Society.; Fuel, Institute of; Gas Council; Handling, Materials, Institute of; Heating and Ventilating Engineers, Institution of; Illuminating Engineers, Society of; Industrial Engineers, Society of; Industrial Psychology, National Institute of; Industrial Welfare Society; Ingenieurs, Civils de France, Societe des; Iron Council, Joint; Iron and Steel Institute; Iron and Steel Institute, West of Scotland; Ironfoundry Associations, Council of; Junior Institution of Engineers; Lecture and Debating Societies, North Eastern Region, Federation of; Locomotive Engineers, Institution of; Management, British Institute of; Manchester Association of Engineers; Marine Engineers, Institute of; Materials Handling, Institute of; Mechanical Engineers, American Society of; Mechanical Engineers, Institution of; Metal Finishing, Institute of; Metals, Institute of; Metallurgists, Institution of; Mining Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Association of; Mining Engineers, Institution of; Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of; Mining Surveyors, Institute of; Motor Industry, Institute of; Naval Architects, Institution of; Newcomen Society; North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders; Physical Society; Physics Institute of; Plant Engineers, Incorporated; Production Engineers, Institution of; Radio Engineers, British Institution of; Refrigeration, Institute of; Retired Engineers, Association of; Road Locomotive Society; Road Transport Engineers, Institute of; Royal Institution; Royal' Society; Royal United Service Institution; Sanitary Engineers, Institution of; Seaweed Research, Institute of; Sheffield Metallurgical Association; Sheffield Society of Engineers and Metallurgists; Sheffield Trades Historical Society; Stephenson Engineering Society; Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of; Television Society; Testing Materials, American Society for; Transport, Institute of; Welding, Institute of; Whitworth Society
  • Instruments for Air-Pollution Control, 550*
  • — Indicating and Recording, for Montreal to-
  • Toronto Petroleum Pipeline, 66, 80*
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects of, 11*
  • — Precision, Electrical (Trade Publication),
  • 201
  • — Recording, Sizes of Sensitised Material for,
  • Specification, 488
  • — for Stable-Voltage Power Supply (Salford
  • Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 247
  • — Technology, Vol. I, Measurement of
  • Pressure, Level, Flow and Temperature, by E. B. Jones (Review), 329
  • — See also Aeronautics; Electric
  • • Insulation. See Heat; Electric
  • Insurance of Dockers Against Third-Party Risks of Accidents, 127
  • — Workmen’s. See Labour
  • Intake, Cooling-Water, Coryton Oil Refinery, 688*
  • — for Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme,
  • 528*
  • “ Integron ” Finned Tubing (Trade Publication), 808
  • Internal-Combustion Engines. See Aeronautics; Engines; Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors; Turbine, Gas
  • International Association of Navigation Congresses, Permanent, British Section. See Navigation Congresses, Permanent International Association of, British Section
  • — “ Automation ” Exhibition, New York,
  • Arrangements for, 518
  • — Bank for Reconstruction and Development
  • Operation of, 163
  • — Chamber of Commerce, Report on
  • European Inland Transport, 738
  • International Combustion, Ltd., Boilers and Coal-Handling Plant, Portobello Power Station, 174; Pulveriser (Trade Publication), 201; Boiler Plant, Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 660
  • International Combustion (Holdings), Ltd., Boilers for Coryton Oil Refinery, 688
  • — Commission on Large Dams, Paris Congress,
  • Programme, 447
  • — Conference on Electrodeposition and Metal
  • Finishing, London. See Electrodeposition and Metal Finishing, International Conference, London
  • on Gasification of Coal, Liege, Programme, 501
  • on High-Tension Networks. Paris. See High-Tension Networks, International Conference, Paris
  • — Cotton Congress, Plant for Industry, by
  • Sir H. Pilkington, 674
  • — Council for Electrodeposition, Conference
  • and Exhibition. See Electrodeposition and Metal Finishing
  • — Internal-Combustion Engine Congress
  • British Participation in, 323
  • International Nickel Co. of Canada, Ltd., Oxygen-Production, Plant, 375*
  • International Nickel Co., Inc., Film of Corrosion in Action, 616
  • — Railway Congress, London. See Railway
  • Congress, International, London
  • International Telemeter Corporation, “ Pay- as-You-See ” Television (Trade Publication), 140
  • — Trade. See Trade
  • Intertype Corporation, Typesetting by Photography, 739
  • Inventions and Designs (Crown Use) Bill, Criticisms of, 290
  • — See also Patents
  • Investment Allowances in Budget, Effect of, 482 Suggested, on Machine Tools, 610
  • — Capital, Need for, 319
  • — Castings, Exhibition of (Deritend Precision
  • Castings, Ltd.), 455
  • Ionosphere, Physics of, 621. See Erra/inn, 748 Irish Railways, Diesel-Electric Locomotives for, 610
  • Irish Sugar Co., Trials of “ Bogmaster ” Tractors, 285*
  • Iron Alloys. See Metallurgy and Steel
  • — Case-Hardening. See Heat-Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • — Casting Production, 1953, 455
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Council, Joint, Statement on Coke Prices,
  • 578. See LETTER, 643
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — Heat Treatment. See Metallurgy
  • — Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast
  • Ore See Orc
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — Steamship, First, “ Aaron Manby,” 229
  • — and Steel Board, Statistics on Iron and
  • Steel Production, 230; Production Statistics, 358, 552, 693
  • Federation, British, Annual Report, 581 Industry, Accident Prevention in, 454 Industry, British, 25 Years’ Developments of, 782
  • — — Industry, Management in, Education and
  • Training for, 196
  • — — Industry, Position and Prospects of, 2, 11*, 43*

Iron and Steel Institute:

  • Ugine-Sejournet Process for Hot Extrusion of Steel, by J. Sejournet, 463. See 450
  • Powder Metallurgy Symposium, Programme, 518
  • Symposium on Sinter:
  • Sintering as Physical Process, by Dr. H. B. Wendeborn, 16
  • Mechanism of Reduction of Iron Oxides, by J. O. Edstrom, 16
  • Softening of Iron Ores at High Temperatures, by A. Grieve, 17
  • Chemical Constitution of Sinters, by Dr. R. Wild, 17
  • Radiographic Studies of Sintering Iron Ores, by E. Cohen, 17
  • Factors Controlling Rate of Sinter Production, by E. W. Voice, S. H. Brooks,
  • Dr. W. Davies and B. L. Robertson, 45
  • Permeability of Sinter Beds, by E. W. Voice, S. H. Brooks and Dr. P. K. Gledhill, 45
  • Permeability Tests on Blast-Furnace Raw Materials, by E. W. Nixon and F. R. Maw, 45
  • Effect of Mineral Additions and Moisture Control on Sintering of Sierra Leone Concentrates, bv Dr. P. K. Gledhill, G. C. Carter and C. F. Fly, 45
  • Sinter-Plant Assessment Trials at Dagenham and Cleveland, by R. F. Jennings, E. W. Voice, Dr. P. K. Gledhill,
  • S. C. Carter and C. F. Ely, 45
  • Towards Faster Sintering of Ironstone, by
  • M. A. K. Grice and Dr. W. Davies, 45 Rating of Sinter Plants for Economic
  • Output, by R. F. Jennings, 45 Ironmaking from High-Sinter Burdens,
  • by G. D. Elliot, J. A. Bond and T. E, Mitchell, 46
  • Sintering Practice at Domnarfvet, Sweden, by C. Danielsson, 46
  • Iron and Steel Engineers Group:
  • Meeting for Junior Engineers, Programme, 355
  • Annual General Meeting:
  • Programme, 640
  • Report of Council, 709 Presentation of Awards, 640, 709 Presidential Address by Hon. R. G. Lyttelton on Social Consequences of Iron and Steel, 713. See 709
  • Hatfield Lecture on Developments in Iron and Steel Industry in Great Britain During Last Twenty-Five
  • Years, by Dr. T. P. Colcough, 782. See 709
  • Annual Dinner, 709
  • Reports of Discussions, 709, 783, 809 Presentation of Portraits, 784 Soaking-Pit Practice at Normanby Park
  • Steelworks of J. Lysaght Ltd., by A. H. Norris, 783
  • Some Factors Affecting Wear of Graphite Electrodes in Electric-Arc Furnaces, by F. T. Bagnall and W. C. Heselwood 783
  • Eutectic Solidification of Grey, White and Mottled Hypo-Eutectic Cast Irons, by Prof. A. Hultgren, Y. Lindblom and Prof. E. Rudberg, 809
  • Structural Changes During Annealing of White Cast Irons of High Sulphur: Manganese Ratios, by Prof. A. Hultgren and G. Ostberg, 809
  • Growth of Nodular Graphite, by M.
  • Hillert and Y. Lindblom, 809 Solidification of Nodular Iron, by H.
  • Morrogh, 809
  • Undercooled Graphite in Cast Irons and Related Alloys, by H. Morrogh and W. J. Williams, 809
  • Iron and Steel Institute—continued.
  • Solidification of Iron-Phosphorus-Carbon Alloys, by H. Morrogh and P. H. Tiitsch, 809
  • Decomposition of Cementite During Solidification of Cast Iron, by Dr. A. Berman and Dr. Y. Kondic, 809
  • New Swedish Mill Designs and Layouts for Medium and Small Sections and Wire Rod, by S. E. M. Norlindh, 810 New Fagersta Wire-Rod Mill, by K. E. Pihlblad, 810
  • Roller Bearings in Swedish Rolling Mills and S.K.F. Rolling-Mill Design, by A. Leufven, 810
  • Practical Experiences in Use of Repeaters in Looping Mill, by H. W. Ridder- void, 810
  • Special Meeting in Sweden:
  • Programme, 324
  • Report of Proceedings, 806 Presentation of Rinmon Gold Medal to Professor M. Wiberg, 806
  • Swedish Iron-Ore Concentration, by Prof. P. G. Kihlstedt, 806
  • Calculation of Roll Pressure and Energy Consumption in Hot-Rolling, by Prof. G. Wallquist, 806
  • Deep-Drawing Properties of Sheet Steel: Fundamental Principles and Test Methods, by Dr. O. Svahn, 806
  • See also Vol. 178.
  • Iron and Steel Institute, West of Scotland, Report on Conference on Brittle Fracture of Steel, 295; Glasgow Autumn Conference Arrangements, 710
  • Production and Rising Demand, 770 Production, United Kingdom, Statistics, 98, 101, 552, 693
  • Research Association, British, Photo- Electric Dust Meter, 146; Annual Report, 713
  • Scrap Order, 134
  • Social Consequences of, 709, 713
  • Works. See fPorks
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials')
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Cast-Iron; Steel; Metallurgy Ironfoundry Associations, Council of, Formation of Safety Committee, 230; Conference on Safety in Industry: Iron and Steel Foundries Regulations, by Sir G. Barnett, 454; Accident Prevention in Iron and Steel Industry, by J. Wadsworth, 454; British Cast-Iron Research Association, and Foundry Hazards, by Dr. H. T. Angus, 454; Accident Prevention in Rubber Industry, by R. W. Lunn, 454; Statistics of Output of Castings, 455
  • Ironwork, Structural. See Bridges; Floors; Columns; Steelwork
  • Irrigation Scheme, Peechi Dam, Southern India, 24'3*
  • Isler and Co., Ltd., 62-h.p. Sulzer Borehole Pump, 59
  • Isotope Developments, Ltd., Phosphors for Scintillation Counters, 263; Thickness Gauge for Films and Tissues, 472
  • — Radioactive, Measuring Tyre Wear with,
  • 584
  • Italy, Power Transmission at Extra-High Voltages in, 715
  • Ivor Power Specialty Co., Ltd., Soot-Blowers and Tube-Cleaners (Trade Publication), 266
  • JACK, Hydraulic, Endurance Test Rig for (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 19*
  • for Universal Testing Machine, 751* — Pneumatic, Light-Weight for Aircraft (Hymatic Engineering Co., Ltd.), 348*
  • Jaeger, Prof. H. E., on Design of Large Trawlers, 554
  • Jago, C., the Late, 773
  • James, A., the Late, 355
  • James Dr. A. T., Demonstration of Separation by Gas-Liquid Chromatography, 677 James, E., on Axially Symmetrical Thermal Stress, Problems, 116
  • Jancke, G., on Testing of 380-kV Circuit Breakers, 716; on 380-kV Series Capacitors in Sweden, 785
  • Jane’s All the World’s Aircraft, 1953-54 (Review), 169
  • Japanese Industrial Competition, Effects of, 543
  • “ Jekta ” Movable Floor for Vehicles, 596 Jendrassik, G., the Late, 260*
  • Jenkin, A. K. H., on Cornish Mining History, 712
  • Jennings, J., on Balancing Rotating Disc, 323. See 241*. See LETTER, 419
  • Jennings, R. Fl on Sinter Plant Assessment Trials, 45
  • Jessop, W„ and Sons, Ltd., Creep-Resisting Steel Forging, 568: Continuous Casting Plant at, 713
  • Jibs, Aluminium, for 7|-ton Grabbing Crane (S.M.D. Engineers, Ltd.), 798
  • Jig, Pipe-Flanging, “ Twinner ” (D. Ross and Partners, Ltd.), 478*
  • J.L.S. Engineering Co., Ltd., Gas-Fired Oven, 437*
  • Jodrell Bank, Radio-Telescope at, 826* Johansen, O., on Limiting of Switching Overvoltages, 716
  • Johansson, C. E., Ltd., Mikrokators, 23*;
  • Mikrokator Mechanical Comparator, 71
  • Johansson, R., on 100-kV Direct-Current Cable for Gotland Transmission Scheme, 715
  • Johnson, Dr. A. E., on Work of Pipe-Flanges Research Committee, 275
  • Johnson, A. J., on Stresses in Tanker During Launching, 238
  • Johnson, W., and Sons (Leeds), Ltd., Toggle Press for Briquetting Cast-Iron Swarf, 217 Johnstone, S. T. M., on Forgeability, Creep Strength and Ductility of Molybdenum, 683
  • Joint, Pipe Flange, Investigations on, 275
  • — in Water-Retaining Structures, 379
  • Jones, A. A., and Shipman, Ltd., “ Lunzer ” Rotating Lathe Centres, 408; Compound Table for Machine Tools, 697
  • Jones, C. W., the Late, 3
  • Jones, J. E., on Arc Melting and Its Application to Casting of Molybdenum, 683
  • Jones, Air Marshall Sir R. O., on Aircraft Production Problems, 8. See 2 •
  • Jones, Dr. W. I., on Energy for Britain, 513 Journals. See Bearings
  • Jubilee Bridge, Barrow-in-Furness, Operating Equipment for (W. H. Smith and Co., Ltd.), 92*
  • — Dussek Bitumen and Taroleum Co., Ltd., 62
  • — of Paris School of Electricity, 647
  • Junior Institution of Engineers, New Headquarters, 547; 70th Anniversary Dinner, 615; Maudslay Scholarship, 678
  • “ KABI ” Technical Blocks and Strips, 393
  • Kafue River, Kafue Hydro-Electric Scheme, 644
  • Kalis, K. L., Sons and Co., Ltd., Port of Aden Developments, 293
  • Kano Airport, Nigeria, 55-kW Diesel-Driven Generator for, 380*
  • Kariba Gorge Hydro-Electric Scheme, 644
  • Kaydon Engineering Corporation, Special- Purpose Ball and Roller Bearings (Trade Publication), 456
  • Keadby Power Station, 400-Ampere-Hour Battery at, 273
  • Keay, E. C., and J., Ltd., Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 660*
  • Kee, C. F., on Buckling and Stability, 775. See 13*
  • Kee, W. W., on Control of Quality in Rolling of Copper and Copper-Base Alloys, 649
  • Keelavite Rotary Pumps and Motors', Ltd., Multiple-Valve Block for Hydraulic Power Transmission, 797*
  • Keith-Lucas, D., on Trends of Aircraft Design, 7. See 2
  • Keller, R., on Control of Frequency and Power of Large Networks, 786
  • Kelly, W. A., on Dynamical Analogies, 805*. See LETTERS, 67, 162, 775
  • Kelvin and Hughes, Ltd., Echo Sounder for Fishing Industry, 117; Exhibits at Physical Society’s Exhibition, 473
  • Kelvin Lecture on Physics of Ionosphere, 621. See Erratum, 748
  • Kemano-Kitimat Hydro-Electric Scheme, 418, 430*
  • Kemp, I. M., Blast Furnace at Scunthorpe, 324
  • Kemworthy Jig and Press Tool Co., “ Weld-
  • Prober ” for Weld Examination, 765*
  • Kendrick, J. S., on Kemano-Kitimat Hydro- Electric Scheme, 430*. See 418
  • Kennaway, T., on New Carbonisation Processes and Their Relation to Established Practice, 277
  • Kennedy and Donkin, Portobello Power Station, 162, 174*, 206*; Owen Falls Hydro- Electric Scheme, 482, 497*, 528*, 579*
  • Kennedy, W., Ltd., Portable Power-Driven Hacksaw, 376*
  • Kent, Flood Damage in, 34, 38
  • Kent, G., Ltd., Microvolt Multelec, 376; Selector Panel for Servicing Pneumatic Plant, 407; Pneumatic Diaphragm Units for Auxiliary Process Controllers, 699*
  • Kent, Sir S. H., the Late, 421
  • Kerez, E. A., on Experience with Gas Turbines at Beznau Power Station, 146*
  • Kettleborough, Dr. C. F., on Traversing Mechanism for Pyrometer and Pitot Tube, 624*
  • Kihlstedt, Prof. P. G., on Swedish Iron-Ore Concentration, 806
  • Kinematograph. See Cinematograph
  • Kinetic Heating and Aircraft Design, 98, 115
  • King, F., on Control of Quality in Rolling of Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, 649
  • King George V Dry Dock, Southampton, Caisson Gate, 438*
  • King’s College, London, Wheatstone Laboratory, Microtome for Thin Sections, 472
  • Kingsbury and Wilnecote, Warwickshire, Train Derailment Between, Report on, 515. See Erratum, 569
  • Kinnear and Gordon, Foundations for Portobello Power Station, 174*, 206*
  • Kirk A., the Late, 453
  • Klann, A. R., on Small Hydro-Electric Plants, 47
  • Klein-Nishina Formula from 10 Kev to 500 Mev, Graphs of, by A. T. Nelms (Review), 72
  • K.L.G. Sparking Plugs, Ltd., Ceramic Insulating Material, 253
  • Knitting-Machinery Prospects, 803
  • Knives; Long, Grinding Machine for (Muller A.G.), 151*
  • “ Knock ” in Petrol Engines, Physical Nature of, 111*
  • Kondic, Dr. V., on Decomposition of Cemen- tile during Solidification of Cast-Iron, 809 “ Kue Ken ” Jaw and Gyratory Crushers (Trade Publication), 456
  • Kunnen, J., Rubber Coupling for Pipes, 446
  • LABORATORY Climatic Research, Farnborough, 117
  • — Electrical, Testing, Mobile (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 88
  • — Lindley, of Motor Industry Research Association, 730*
  • — Mobile, Meteorological, 551*
  • — Mullard Research, High/Ultra-High Frequency Transmitters, 597*
  • — National Standards, Australia, Balancing a
  • Rotating Disc, Graphical Construction, 241.* See LETTERS, 323, 419
  • Laboratory, 400-kV Peak Impulse Generator for Use in, 109*
  • — Research and Development, of Quasi-Arc Co., Ltd., 476*
  • — Road Research, Concrete Slabs for Pedes
  • trian Crossings, 91; Road Load-Bearing Tests, 470*; Mobile Soil Boring Machine, 606*; Exhibition at, 638; Scottish Branch, Tests of Surface-Dressings Distributing Machines, 285
  • — Simulation of Kinetic Heating, by W. H.
  • Horton, 116
  • — See also National Physical
  • Laborde, M. E., on Electric Power Link Between Britain and France, 464*. See 450. See LETTER, 515
  • Labyrinth Seals Replace Piston Rings of Oil- Free Compressor, 533*
  • Lackenby Works, Developments at, 802
  • Ladle, Molten-Metal, Plumbago Linings for (Morgan Crucible Co., Ltd.), 735

Labour:

  • Admiralty Dockyards, Holiday Arrangements at, 287
  • Apprentices, Engineering, Demands for Higher Wages and Improved Conditions, 575
  • Arbitrations in Industrial Disputes, 191, 351, 383
  • — in Industrial Disputes, Need for, 319 Ballots, Secret, in Industrial Disputes, 159.
  • See LETTER, 354
  • Boilermakers, Shipbuilders and Structural Workers, United Society of, Wage Claims by, 832
  • British Railways, Apprentice Training by, 30
  • Canada, Trade-Union Conditions in, 543 Clerical and General Workers’ Union, Wage Increase for Colliery Clerks, 447
  • Colliery Officials’ and Staffs’ Association, Wage Increases for Colliery Clerks, 447
  • Constructional Engineering Union, Increase in Danger Money Payments to Steel Erectors, 127
  • Court of Inquiry for Electrical-Contracting Industry, Views of, 63
  • for Engineering Industry, Appointment of, 63; Information Desired by, 95; Evidence Submitted to, 127
  • in Engineering and Shipbuilding
  • Industries, Reports of, 319
  • for Shipbuilding Industry, Appointment of, 63; Information Desired by, 95
  • Danger Money for Steel Erectors, Increase in, 127
  • Days Lost in Industrial Disputes, 63, 223 Dilutees in Engineering Industrv, Tribute to, 768
  • Earnings in Front of Living Costs, 223 Elderly Persons, Employment of, 607 Electrical Contracting Employees, Wage Claims of, 63, 95
  • — Power Engineers’ Association, Desire for Improved Status of Members, 223, 832
  • — Trades Union, “ Guerrilla ” Strike Action by, 63, 95, 127, 159, 191, 223, 255, 383; Strike Pay for Non- Unionists, 223; Wage Increase Granted, 543; Wage Increase for Women Engineering Employees, 575 Employee Remuneration and Incentives, (Review), 232
  • — Responsibility for Good Relations in Industry, 191
  • Employment of Elder’y Persons, 607
  • — in Engineering and Allied Industries,
  • 10*, 42*, 73*, 98, 103*, 136*, 162, 170*, 202*, 234*, 268*, 298*, 331*, 362*, 386, 394*. See LETTERS, 131, 226, 290, 483. See Erratum, 478
  • — Provided by Hire-Purchase Arrangements, 704
  • — Statistics, Ministry of Labour and National Service, 94, 511, 800
  • Engineering and Allied Employers’ National Federation, Engineering Employees’ Wage Claims Against, 63, 95, 351, 415, 447, 479, 511, 607, 672; Increases in Danger Money Paid to Steel Erectors, 127; Evidence Submitted to Engineering Court of Inquiry, 127; Recommendations of Engineering Court of Inquiry, 319; Grant of Salary Increase to Engineering and Shipbuilding Draughtsmen, 575, 832
  • — and Allied Shop Stewards’ National
  • Council, Suggested Ban on Overtime, 287
  • — Apprentices, Demands for Higher Wages and Improved Conditions, 575
  • — Industry, Employment in. See £m- ployment above
  • — Officers (Telecommunications) Association, Merger of, 191, 287
  • — and Shipbuilding Draughtsmen, Asso
  • ciation of, Wage Increase for Shipbuilding Draughtsmen, 575; Grant of Salary Increase, 832
  • — Union, Amalgamated, Conference of Young Employees, 575; Wage Increase for Women Engineering Employees, 575; Suggested New Wage Demands, 607; Annual Conference of, 639, 672; Relations with Other Unions, 672
  • Foundry Industry, National Council for, Effects on Wages and Health of Shell- Moulding Operations, 287
  • — Workers, Amalgamated Union of, Holiday Arrangements at Admiralty Dockyards, 287; Effects on Wages and Health of Shell-Moulding Operations, 287; Holiday Arrangements and Admiralty Dockyards, 287; Wage Increase for Women Engineering Employees, 575;- Annual Delegate Conference at Southport, 736
  • Labour—continued.
  • General and Municipal Workers, National, Union of, Dissatisfaction with Engineering Wage Increase, 511; Wage Increase for Women Engineering Employees, 575; Suggested Expulsion from Confederation of Shipbuilding and Engineering Unions, 672
  • Good Relations in Industry, Need for, 191, 351
  • Government’s Civil-Aviation Policy Condemned, 639
  • “ Guerrilla ” Strikes in Electrical Industry, 63,95, 127, 159, 191, 223, 255, 383 Hermes Aircraft, Trade-Union Refusal to Service, 415, 639
  • Hire-Purchase Arrangements, Employment Provided by, 704
  • Hours of Work in Engineering Industry, Demand for Decrease in, 607
  • International Labour Organisation’s Inquiry into, 800
  • “ Incentives in Industry ” Conference, 479 Incentives, Industrial, Need for, 191 Industrial Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Disputes Tribunal, Arbitration by, 383 — Teachers, Need for, 511
  • — Welfare. See Welfare (below) Insurance, Third-Party, Against Accidents at Docks, 127
  • International Labour Organisation, Inquiry into Hours of Work, 800
  • Inter-Union Relationships, 672
  • Labour Attitude in American Farm- Tractor Manufacture, 228
  • — and National Service, Ministry of, Wage Statistics of, 63, 447; Strike Statistics of, 63; Employment Statistics, 94, 511, 800; Report on Electrical Accidents and Their Causes, 1951, 100; Brochure on Selection of Personnel, 159; Accident Statistics for 1953, 230 ; Inquiry into Effects of National Service, 800
  • — Notes, 31, 63, 72, 127, 159, 191, 223, 255, 287, 319, 351, 383, 415, 447, 429, 511, 543, 575, 607, 639, 672, 704, 736, 768, 800, 832
  • — Party’s Pamphlet, “ Challenge to Britain,” Criticism of, 287, 736
  • Living Costs, Relationship to Earnings, 223
  • Union Co-operation with Employers for Reduction of, 639
  •  ?— Standards of Employees, Suggestions for Improving, 800
  • Locomotive Engineers and Firemen, Associated Society of, Examination of Wage and Salary Structure, 31; New Structure for Railwaymen’s Wages, 479, 511; Strike Due to Lodging- Turns Dispute, 672, 704, 736, 800
  • Lodging-Turns Dispute, Strike Due to, 672, 704, 736, 800
  • London Society of Compositors, Proposed Merger of, 383
  • Man-Power in Engineering and Allied Industries, 73*, 268*. See LETTERS, 131
  • Metals Industry, Employment in, 94 Mineworkers, National Union of, Complaints of Complacency of National Coal Board Regarding Existing Wage Rates, 31; Wage Claims by, 95; Complaints Regarding Sale of Coal to Industrial Consumers at Below Cost, 95; Strike About Overman, 351; Strike Over Stint Requirements, 383 ; Wage Increase for Colliery Clerks, 447; Need to Improve Coal Production, 736; Condemnation of Unofficial Strikes, 768; Amenities for Scottish Miners, 768; Small Mines’ Dispute, 768
  • National Federated Electrical Association, Wage Claim Against, 53, 95, 127, 159, 191, 223, 255, 383, 415; Wage Increase Awarded, 543
  • — Service, Inquiry into Effects of, 800 Nationalisation of Industry, Case Against, 287; Criticism of Labour Party’s Proposals, 736; Proposals for, 639
  • Negotiations on Engineering Disputes, Demand for Speeding, 607
  • Non-Unionists, Strike Pay for, 223 Overseas Competition, Effects on Employment, 543
  • Overtime in Engineering and Shipbuilding Industries, Suggested Ban on, 63, 287, 415
  • — at London Docks, Ban on, 159, 191, 255, 447
  • — Ban at London Airport, 447 Pension Scheme for Railwaymen, 768 Personnel Selection, Brochure of Ministry of Labour and National Service on, 159
  • Piecework, in Engineering and Shipbuilding Industries, Proposals for Limitation of, 63
  • “ Plan for Engineering.” Pamphlet, Proposals in, 639
  • Post Office Engineering Union, Merger, 191, 287
  • Trade Unions, Merger of, 191, 287 Workers, Union, of Wage Claim of, 415, 447
  • Power Engineers, Desire for Improved Status by, 223, 832
  • Press-Tool Setters, Safety Courses for, 743 Printing Machine Managers’ Trade Society, Proposed Merger of, 383
  • Professional Workers, National Federation, of, Employment of Elderly Persons, 607
  • Profit-Sharing Scheme of Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., 675
  • Railwaymen, National Union of, Examination of Railway Wage and Salary Structure, 31; Demands for Increased Wages for Railway Shopmen, 447, 479, 511; New Structure for Railwaymen’s Wages, 479, 511, 639; Suggestions for Reducing Costs of Railway
  • Labour—continued.
  • Service, 575; Strikes at Railway- Marshalling Yards, 575; Strike Due to Lodging-Turns Dispute, 672, 704, 736, 800
  • Redundancy Among Employees Constructing “ Comet ” Aircraft, 607, 768 Restrictive Practices in Mining Industry, 287
  • Rolls-Royce .Ltd., Apprentice Training Schemes, 387
  • Safety in Employment (Inspection and Safety Organisation), Bill, 230
  • Secret Ballots in Industrial Disputes, 159. See LETTER, 354
  • Shipbuilding Employers’ Federation, Wage Claims Against, 63, 351, 415, 447, 429, 511; Recommendations of Shipbuilding Court of Inquiry, 319
  • Shipbuilding and Engineering Unions, Confederation of, Proposals to Ban Overtime and Limit Piecework, 63; Evidence Submitted to Engineering Court of Inquiry, 127; Recommendations of Shipbuilding and Engineering Courts of Inquiry, 319; Wage Claims of Shipbuilding and Engineering Employees, 351, 415, 447, 479, 511, 607, 672; Wage Claims of Railway Shopmen, 447, 479, 511; Criticism of “ Plan for Engineering,” 639
  • Steel Erectors, Increase in Danger Money for, 127
  • Stevedores and Dockers, National Amalgamated, Third-Party Insurance of Dockers Against Accidents, 127; Overtime Dispute at London Docks, 159, 191, 255, 447
  • Stokers of Central-Heating Boilers, Instructions for, 743
  • Strikes, Colliery, 351, 383, 768
  • — Due to Lodging-Turns Dispute, 672, 704, 736, 800
  • — Far-Reaching Effect on Engineering and Shipbuilding Industries, 129, 134
  • — “ Guerrilla,” in Electrical Industry, 63,
  • 95, 127, 159, 191, 223, 255, 383
  • — at London Docks, 159, 191, 255, 447
  • — Mining Industry, Twenty-One at One Colliery, 351; About One Overman, 351, 383; About Stint Requirements, 383
  • — Pay for Non-Unionists, 223
  • — over Railway Lodging Turns, 672, 704,
  • 736, 800
  • — at Railway Marshalling Yards, 575
  • — Secret Ballots in, 159. See LETTER, 354
  • — at Small Mines in Scotland, 768
  • — Statistics, Ministry of Labour and National Service, 63, 223
  • — Unofficial, Union Condemnation of, 768
  • Supervisory Staffs, Executives and Technicians, Association of, Annual Conference, 800
  • Trades Union Congress, Attitude to Establishment of Impartial Wage Authority, 351, 383; Report on Nationalisation Plans, 639; Suggestions for Improving Employees’ Living Standards, 800
  • Transport and General Workers’ Union, Attitude to Strikes and Arbitration, 351; High Wages and Living Costs, 479; Wage Increase for Women Engineering Employees, 575; Suggested Equal Pay for Women Industrial Civil Servants, 832; Criticism of Abrupt Rejection of Wage Claims, 832
  • — Salaried Staffs’ Association, Examination of Railway Wage and Salary Structure, 31; New Structure for Railwaymen’s Wages, 479, 511; Pay Rates for Salaried Staffs, 543
  • Tribunal, Wage, Complaint Against, 415, 447
  • United States, Unemployment in, 94 Wage Board, Impartial, Suggested Establishment of, 351, 383
  • — Boilermakers’, Claims for Increase in, 832
  • — Builders’, Claims for Increase in, 415
  • — Civil-Engineering Constructors’, Increase in, 575
  • — Claims, Abrupt Rejection Condemned, 832
  • — Colliery Clerks’, Increases in, 447
  • — Electrical-Contracting Employees, Demands for Increases in, 63, 95
  • Employees’, Demands for Increases in, 63, 95, 127
  • — Electricians, Demands for Increase in, 159, 191, 223, 255, 383, 415; Grant of Increase in, 543
  • — in Engineering and Allied Industries,
  • 10, 73, 298*, 394
  • — Engineering Employees’, Demands for Increases in, 63, 95, 127, 319, 351, 415, 447, 479, 511, 607, 672
  • and Shipbuilding Draughtsmen, Acceptance of Claim for Increase in, 832
  • — High, Problem of, 255
  • — Miners’, Demand for Increase in, 31, 127
  • — Negotiations at Company Level, Suggestions for, 255
  • — Post Office Employees, Claims for Increase in, 415, 447
  • — Railway Salaried Staffs, Demand for Increase in, 543
  • Shopmen, Demands for Increase in, 447, 479, 511
  • — Railwaymen’s, New Structure for, 479, 511
  • — and Salary Structure, Railway, Exami
  • nation of, 31
  • — Seamens’, Increase of, 31
  • — Shipbuilding Draughtsmen’s, Increase in, 575, 832
  • Employees’, Demands for Increases in, 63, 95, 319, 351, 415, 447, 479, 511
  • Labour—continued.
  • Wage Statistics, Ministry of Labour and National Service, 63, 447
  • — Vehicle-Building Industry, Demands for Increase in, 415
  • — Women Engineering Employees’, Increase in, 575
  • Watermen, Lightermen, Tugmen and Bargemen’s Union, Overtime Dispute at London Docks, 255, 447.
  • Welfare, Industrial, Society, Course on Manual Lifting and Handling,327; Conference on Improving Working Environment in Factories, 704
  • Women Civil Servants, National Association of. Demands for Equal Pay for Women, 223
  • — Demands for Equal Pay for, 223, 832
  • — Engineering Employees, Wage Increase for, 575
  • Lagging Materials. See Heat Insulation Laing, J., and Son, Ltd., Coryton Oil Refinery, 688*
  • Lake Victoria, Uganda, Rainfall on, 497 Laminations, Heat Capacity of, 781
  • Lamm, A. U., on Gotland High-Voltage
  • Transmission Systems, 715 Lamps, Electric. See Electric Lancashire Dynamo and Crypto, Ltd., Electromagnetic Brake (Trade Publication), 488; Alternating-Current Motors (Trade Publication), 585
  • Lancashire Steel Corporation, Work of, 782 Land Drainage, Demonstration of Machinery for, 484
  • — Reclamation from the Wash, Investigations
  • on, 491
  • Landslide at Blaina, Monmouthshire, 295 Lane, F. L.. on 275/300-kV British Transmission Scheme, 715
  • Lane, J. F., on Electric Power Link Between Britain and France, 464*. See 450. See LETTER, 575
  • Lang Pneumatic, Ltd., Miniature Pneumatic Valves (Trade Publication), 9; Pneumatic Clamps and Fittings, 786*
  • Langlois-Berthelot, R., on Dielectric Fatigue of Insulating Materials, 785
  • Lansing Bagnall, Ltd., Factory for Mechanical- Handling Vehicle Manufacture, 186*; “ Stand-on ” Reach Fork-lift Motor Truck, 829*
  • Lant, D. P., on Training of Graduates inMechanical Engineering, 4. See 2 Laplace Transforms, Coefficients for Numerical
  • Calculation of by H. E. Salzer (Review), 102
  • Lathes. See Machine Tools
  • Latin, Dr. A., on Creep and Fracture in Lead
  • Cable-Sheath Alloys, 682 Launch, Motor. See Motor Boat
  • — and Trial Trips of Ships, 31, 52, 150, 246,
  • 279, 309, 330, 371, 391, 433, 503, 527, 576, 608, 640, 699, 767, 808
  • Launching Slipway for Small Craft (Saunders-
  • Roe (Anglesey), Ltd.), 382*
  • — Stresses in Oil Tanker, 238
  • Law. See Legal; Labour; Patents
  • Law, E. F., the Late, 679, 711
  • Lawrence, J. W., Ltd., Oil Cooler with Brass Sheet Casing, 307*
  • Lawton, F. L., on Kemano-Kitimat Hydro- Electric Scheme, 430*. See 418
  • Lead Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Creep of, Extruded Specimens, 682
  • — Development Association, Formation of,
  • 386
  • —Pipe Production, Researches on, 205
  • — Sheet and Pipe Council, Formation of, 386
  • — Supplies and Engineering Industries, 42* Lecture and Debating Societies, North Eastern
  • Region, Federation of, Mechanisation of Permanent-Way- Work—Where is it Leading? by A. Dean, 492
  • — Technical, by Dr. A. H. Willis (Review),
  • 647
  • Lee Conservancy Catchment Board, Full- Scale Tests of 55-ft. Span Prestressed- Concrete Beam, 815*
  • Lee, River, and Metropolitan Water Board, 1189
  • Leedham, L. H., on Impact of Development and Research in Production and Design, 263
  • Leek, A. E., the Eate, 613

Legal:

  • Atomic Energy Authority Bill, 265
  • Electricity Reorganisation (Scotland) Bill, 132; Debate on, 194
  • Industrial Organisation and Development Bill, 1 8
  • Inventions and Designs (Crown Use), Bill, Criticisms of, 290
  • Iron and Steel Foundries Regulations 1953, 454
  • Labour Legislation.. See Labour
  • Legislation on Electrical Safety in Factories, 745
  • Merchant Ship Legislation, History of, 356
  • Public Health Act, Smoke Nuisances Section of, 707
  • Purefoy Engineering Co., Ltd., versus Sykes Boxall and Co., Ltd., Decision on, 454
  • Safety in Employment (Inspection and Safety Organisation) Bill, 230
  • Television Bill, Introduction of, 322
  • Wireless Telegraphy Act, 1949, Regulations for Motor-Car Suppressors, 260 Legislation. See Legal; Labour Patents Le Grand, Sutcliff and Gell, Ltd., Mobile Soil
  • Boring Machine, 606*
  • Leipzig Fair, British Exhibition at, 770
  • Length Measurement, Precise, Merton-N.P.L. Diffraction Gratings for, 263
  • Le Roy Collapsible Girder or Tower, 244* Letters to the Editor, 3, 34, 66, 98, 130, 162,
  • 197, 226, 259, 290, 323, 354, 387, 419, 451, 483, 515, 583, 611, 643, 677, 707, 741, 775, 805*
  • — Symbols, Signs and Abbreviations, Speci
  • fication, 482
  • Leufven, A., on Roller-Bearings in Swedish Rolling Mills, 83,(0
  • Levelling with U-Tube (Trade Publication), 68®
  • Lewis, D. M., on Thermal Conditions in Continuous Casting, 683
  • Lewis, J., the Late, 227
  • Lewis, J., and Sons, Ltd., Motor Trawler and Fish Factory, 724*
  • Lewisham Substation, British Railways, 282*
  • Lewitt, Dr. E. H., on Thermodynamics Applied to Heat Engines, 35. See LETTER, 98
  • Ley Colbeck and Partners, Transonic Wind Tunnel, 188*
  • Leyburn, H., on Continuity of Electricity Supply, 76. See 65; on Research Station for High-Power Circuit-Breakers, 716
  • Leyland Motors, Ltd., Mechanical Charging of Iron-Foundry Cupolas, 217*; Briquetting of Cast-Iron Swarf, 217; 125-h.p.
  • Diesel Engines and Control Equipment for Rail Cars, 601*
  • Libraries, Special, and Information Bureaux, Association of. See Aslib
  • Liege, International Conference on Gasification of Coal, Programme, 501
  • Life-Saving Equipment, H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,” 566
  • Lifts, Electric, for Block Dwellings, 30
  • and Hand-Power (Trade Publication), 617
  • — Passenger, High-Speed, at Hampstead
  • Station (Waygood-Otis, Ltd.), 509
  • Lifting and Handling, Manual Course for Instructors, 327
  • Light Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Standard of, Work at National Physical
  • Laboratory, 653*
  • — See also Diffraction
  • Lighting Fittings (Trade Publication), 456
  • — and Heating Systems for Electric Railcars
  • (J Stone and Co., Ltd.), 343*
  • — Street (Trade Publication), 808
  • and Road Safety, Connection Between, 327
  • — of Westminster Abbey for the Coronation
  • (Trade Publication), 41
  • — of Willesden Railway-Carriage Sidings
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 56*
  • — See also Lamps under Electric
  • Lightning. See Electric
  • Limit Gauges. See Gauges
  • Limiter, Torque Overload (Fords (Finsbury), Ltd.), 734*
  • “ Linatex ” Diaphragm Pump, 471* Lincolnshire, Flood Damage in, 34, 38 Lindblom, Y., on Growth of Nodular Graphite, 809; on Hypo-Eutectic Cast Irons, 809 Lindley Laboratories of Motor Industry Research Association, 730*
  • Line Fittings, Valves and Cylinders, Pneumatic (Trade Publication), 776
  • Linear Accelerator for X-Ray Treatment (Philips Electrical, Ltd.), 694*
  • — Equations, Simultaneous, and Determina
  • tion of Eigen Values (Review), 361
  • — Measurement, Dial Gauge for, Specification
  • 648
  • Liners. See Ships; Steamers; Motorships Lining, Plumbago, for Molten-Metal Ladle, 735
  • Link-Belt Co., Hydraulically-Operated Tipping Platform for Lorries, 219
  • Lipert, J. P., “ Valjoh ” Dowel-Making
  • Machine (Trade Publication'), 266
  • “ Liquicolumn ” Unit, Triple-Tube (Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd.), 765*
  • Liquids, Continuous Sieving Plant for (Russell Constructions, Ltd.), 370*
  • — Fuel. See Oil Fuel. See also Motor
  • — Powders and Pastes, Mixing Machine for
  • (Trade Publication), 553
  • Lister, R. A., and Co., Ltd., 8-5-kW Generating Set:')’ Civil Defence Centres 278*
  • Litigation. See Legal; Labour
  • Liverpool Observatory and Tida Institute, Annual Report, 241*
  • Livesley, R. K., on Analysis of Rigid-Jointed Plane Frameworks, 239*. See 226
  • Living Costs, Union Co-operation with Employers for Reduction of, 639
  • Llandarcy Oil Refinery, Extensions to, 799 Lloyd’s Register of Ships, Growth of Regulations of, 356
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Statistics of Vessels Under Construction, 190, 616; Statistics of Vessels Launched, 294; Annual Report, 516
  • Loach, J. C., on Squat Load-Measuring Gauge, 387. See 339*
  • Load Cells, for Measuring Loads from 5-cwt. to 200 tons (Elliott Brothers (London), Ltd.), 472*
  • — Factor, Collapse, for Rigid-Frame Struc
  • ture, 210*
  • — Frequency Control in Interconnected
  • Power System, 786
  • — Standard of, Five-Ton Deadweight, British,
  • 46:8*
  • — in Wires, Measuring Devices for, 812* Loader, 2,500-lb. Bulk, with Front-Wheel
  • Petrol or Diesel Drive (Mathew Brothers), 728*
  • — High-Lift, for Ferguson Tractors, 220* Low, Diesel-Engined Telehoist (Mercury
  • Truck and Tractor Co., Ltd.), 797*
  • — Mechanical, “ Muir-Hill ” (E. Boydell &
  • Co., Ltd.), 504*
  • — Overhead, Hydraulic, Tractor-Mounted
  • (F. E. Weaterill, Ltd.),! 77*
  • — Self-Propelled, for Loose Material (D.
  • Roberts and Co. (Engineers). Ltd.), 445*
  • Lock, Entrance, to Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 130, 153*
  • Lockington, N. A., on Diffusion of Chromium into Non-Ferrous Metals, 748
  • Locomotive, Applications of Gas Turbines to, 723
  • — British Railways, Resistance Tests of, 390
  • — Building by Beyer Peacock and Co., Ltd., 261
  • — 4,250-h.p. Coal-Burning Gas Turbine for,
  • 561*, 592*
  • Locomotive 4-8-4 Condensing, South African Railways, 226, 250*
  • — Construction Programme, British Railways,
  • 66, 70
  • — 4-6-0 Type, Derailment Due to Hunting of,
  • 515. See Erratum, 569
  • — Development Committee, 4,250-h.p. Coal-
  • Burning Gas Turbine for Locomotives, 561*, 592*
  • — Diesel 45-h.p., for Mines (Hunslet Engine
  • Co., Ltd.), 505
  • Narrow Gauge, 20 and 30-h.p. (Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd.), 346*
  • Electric, 955-h.p., Australian Commonwealth Railways, 316*
  • — — Electric, 1,000-h.p., for Brazil, 505* Electric, 2,000-h.p. for British Railways,
  • 735
  • Electric, for Irish Railways, 610
  • — Electric, 410-h.p. (British Thomson- Houston Co., Ltd.), 50*
  • Electric, 275-h.p. and 400-h.p. (Yorkshire Engine Co., Ltd.), 248*
  • — Electric, 2,400-h.p. 1,500-Volt Direct-
  • Current (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 184* 2-D-2, French, Record Speed by, 231 French, Record Speed by, 258
  • French National Railways, Particulars of, 451
  • 2,500-h.p. Co-Co, for Manchester- Sheffield Line, 344*
  • for Railways, Direct or Alternating- Current for, 481, 490
  • 2,500-h.p., Trials of, 120
  • — Engineers and Firemen, Associated Society
  • of, Examination of Railway Wage and Salary Structure, 31; New Structure for Railwaymen’s Wages, 479, 511; Strike Due to Lodging-Turns Dispute, 672, 704, 736, 800
  • Institution of, Wearing Parts of Electric Rolling Stock: Experience in London Transport Service, by A. W. Manser, 145; Measurement of Train Resistance, by Dr. H. I. Andrews, 390
  • — 4-6-2 Express “ Duke of Gloucester,” 705,
  • 729*
  • — on French National Railways, 451
  • — Gas-Turbine, Coal-Burning, North British
  • Locomotive Co., Ltd., 34, 39
  • — — Turbine, of Union Pacific Railroad, 593
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects of, 162,
  • 170*, 706. See LETTER, 226
  • — “ 4-ft. Shunter,” by J. Ramsbottom,
  • Preservation of, 772*
  • — Steam, Condensing, on South African
  • Railways, 274
  • Improving Efficiency of, 274
  • — 2-6-0 Tender. Standard, British Railways,
  • 665*
  • Lodge Sintox Bush for Graviner Aircraft Fire Detectors, 695*
  • Loewy Engineering Co., Ltd., Extrusion Press for Aluminium Sheathing for Cables, 794* Logarithms, Natural, Tables of (Review), 232 Lomonossoff, Dr. G. V., the Late, 131 Londex, Ltd., Triple-Pole Mercury Switch
  • Contactor, 94; Industrial Electronic Relay, 635*
  • London Airport Aluminium-Alloy Doors for Maintenance Hangar, 658*
  • Refusal to Service Aircraft at, 415; Overtime Ban at, 447
  • — Australia Telegraph Circuit, Mechanical
  • Error Detection and Correction Equipment for (Cable and Wireless, Ltd.), 280*
  • — Chamber of Commerce, Promotion of Trade
  • with China, 738
  • — Conference, Commonwealth Engineering
  • Institution, 802
  • — County Council, Electric Lifts for Block
  • Dwellings, 30; Investigation of Main Drainage, 500
  • — Docks, Overtime Dispute at, 159, 191, 255,
  • 447
  • — Fire Brigade, Work of, 514
  • — Gauge aud Tool Exhibition, 591, 697*, 765*
  • — and Home Counties Traffic Advisory
  • Committee, Report, 675
  • — International Conference on Electro
  • deposition and Metal Finishing. See Electrodeposition and Metal Finishing, International Conference, London
  • — King’s College, Television Equipment
  • Exhibition, 69; Wheatstone Laboratory, Microtome for Thin Sections, 472
  • — Smoke Reduction in, Conference on,
  • Arrangements for, 355
  • — Society of Compositors, Proposed Merger
  • of, 383
  • — South Africa Telegraph Circuit, Mechanical
  • Error Detection Correction Equipment for (Cable and Wireless, Ltd.), 280*
  • — Traffic Problems, Investigation of, 168
  • — Transport Executive, Wear of Electric
  • Rolling Stock of, 145; Railway Extensions Abandoned, 231; “Blowing Out” Shop for Carriage Underframes, 248*; Safety Measures of, 326; High-Speed Lifts at Hampstead, 509; Diesel Omnibuses to Replace Trolley Buses, 603; Re-equipment of Bond-street Substation, 604*
  • — Underground Railways. See Underground
  • and London Transport Executive
  • — Water Supply, Report of Metropolitan
  • Water Board, 189
  • Long, C. T., on Improving Efficiency of
  • Steam Locomotives, 274
  • Longacres Works of Marconi Instruments, Ltd., Extensions to, 369.
  • Longley, J., and Co., Ltd., Allendale Works, Crawley, 381*
  • Loom Drives, Induction Motors for (Trade Publication), 72
  • Looping Rolling Mill, Use of Repeaters in, 810
  • Lorimer, W., the Late, 293
  • Lorries. See Motor Vehicles; Tractors
  • Loughborough College of Technology, Training Courses for Motor Industry, 70; Motor-Industry Scholarships, 582
  • Loveless, E., on Thermal Stresses in Aircraft Structures, 116
  • Lowenheim, Dr. F. A., on Tin-Alloy Plating, 748
  • Lower Paint Dam, 100-kW, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 47
  • Lubricants (Trade Publication), 488
  • Lubricating Oils. See also Oi/s
  • — Systems of Oil Engines, Preventive Main
  • tenance of, 428
  • Lubrication, Early Experiments of Beauchamp Tower, 805
  • — System for 11-in. Continuous Bar Rolling
  • Mill, 820*
  • Lucas, D. H., on Grading of Fly Ash, 272*
  • Luichart Dam, Conon Valley Hydro-Electric Scheme, 90*
  • Lummus Co., Coryton Oil Refinery, 687*
  • Lumsden Grinding Machine with Cooling- Medium Clarifier, 793*
  • Lunn, R. W., on Accident Prevention in Rubber Industry, 454
  • “ Lunzer ” Rotating Lathe Centres, 408
  • Luther, F. M., the Late, 645
  • Lyn, W. T., on Fuel Addition to Intake Air in Diesel Engines, 144. See 130
  • Lysaght, J., Ltd., Soaking-Pit Practice at Works of, 783
  • Lyttleton, Hon. R. G., on Social Consequences of Iron and Steel, 713. See 709
  • MACADAM. See Roads and Tar Macadam MacCarthy-White Plastic Conveyor-Roller, 22*
  • MacFarlane, C., the Late, 613
  • MacFarlane, D., on Mine Fans, Trends in Designs (Trade Publication), 776
  • Mac. See also Me
  • Machine Shops. See Works and Machine Tools — Testing. See Testing Machine and Tests {Materials)

Machine Tools:

  • Abrasive-Wheel Cutting-Off Machine (Trade Publication), 553
  • Bending Machine, Plate (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 634
  • Plate, Three-Roll (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 343*
  • — and Straightening Machines for Steel
  • Plate (J. Bigwood and Son, Ltd.), 698*
  • Boring, Facing, Milling and Drilling Machine (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 691*
  • — and Milling Machine, with Co-ordinate
  • Setting (Berliner Maschinenbau-A.G.) 377*
  • — and Turning Mill, 42-ft. Vertical
  • (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 48*
  • British Association of Machine Tool Merchants, Views on Investment Allowance, 610
  • Chucks, Magnetic, All-Steel (Trade Publication), 585
  • Chucking Machines, Automatic MultiSpindle (Wickman, Ltd.), 439*
  • Cooling Medium, Carbon Dioxide, for Tools (Carbon Dioxide Co., Ltd.), 130, 156*
  • Compressed-Air Tools, Films of, Broom and Wade, Ltd.), 391.
  • Tools. See also Pneumatic (below) Cutter, Milling, Side and Face (Clarkson (Engineers), Ltd.), 505
  • Cutting-off Machine, Abrasive Wheel (Trade Publication), 553
  • Decoiler and Straightener, Sheet-Metal (Humphris and Sons, Ltd.), 667*
  • Drill, Twist, Optical Gauge for (Coventry Gauge and Tool Co., Ltd.), 697*
  • Drilling, Boring, Facing and Milling Machine (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 691*
  • — Machine, Ultrasonic (Mullard, Ltd.), 472*
  • Ultrasonic, for Hard Materials (Mullard, Ltd.), 632*
  • Facing, Boring, Milling and Drilling Machine (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 691*
  • Forming Curved Sections by Stretch Forming Tool, 318*
  • Gear Hobs, Dimensions of, Specification, 265
  • — Hobbing Machine, High-Speed (D. Brown Machine Tools, Ltd.), 700*
  • — —- Machine, 216-in. for Turbine Gears
  • (D. Brown Machine Tools, Ltd.), -510*
  • — Shaping Machine, Work Clamp and Ejector for (Michigan Tool Co.), 89* Grinding Head, for Machine Tools (J. Brockhouse and Co., Ltd.), 349*
  • — Machine with Cooling-Medium Clarifier (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 793*
  • for Long Knives (Muller A.G.), 151*
  • — Surface (Trade Publication), 266
  • — — Surface, Duplex (F. E. Rowland
  • and Co., Ltd.), 568*
  • Surface, Precision Bench (Trade Publication), 330
  • Velofeeder System for (Simon Engineering Group), 799*
  • — Wheels, “ Dusgard ” Unit for (Air Control Installations, Ltd.), 606*
  • Radius Forming on (Trade Publication), 140
  • Guillotines and Shears (Trade Publication), 488
  • Hacksaw Machine, “ Rapidor,” Hydraulic Saw-Frame Support for (E. G. Herbert, Ltd.), 279*
  • — Power-Driven, Portable (W. Kennedy, Ltd.), 376*
  • Hammer, Riveting, Pneumatic, Converted into Swaging Machine (Atlas Diesel Co.. Ltd.), 440*
  • Hydraulic Press. See Press (below) Lathe, Automatic, 4-in. High-Speed Single-Spindle (Cleveland Automatic Machine Co.), 413*
  • — Centres, Rotating, “ Lunzer ” (Austin and Lang, Ltd.), 408
  • — 6-in. Copy-Turning (A. Herbert, Ltd.),
  • 542*
  • Machine Tools—continued.
  • Lathe, High-Precision Screw-Thread Cutting (Bryant Symons &Co., Ltd.), 653*
  • — and Planer Tools (Trade Publication),
  • 41
  • Limit Gauging. See Gauge Machine-Shop Management. See Works Management
  • — Tools (Trade Publication), 297 for Aircraft Production, 2, 7
  • Control, Merton-N.P.L. Diffraction Gratings for, 263
  • — Ferranti System for Control of (Ferranti, Ltd.), 766*
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects, 2, 98, 103*
  • — Merchants, British Association of, Views on Investment Allowance, 610
  • — Pneumatic Clamps and Fixtures for (Lang Pneumatic, Ltd.), 786*
  • — Rotary Switch for Control of (Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd.), 84*
  • — Trades Association, Annual Dinner, 419
  • — Work, Tolerances in. See Gauge Mandrels, Adjustable, for Bore Size (Euco Tools, Ltd.), 413
  • Micro-Finishing Machine for Carbide- Tipped Tools (B. O. Morris, Ltd.), 245*
  • Milling-, Boring, Facing and Drilling Machine (Craven Brothers (Manchester), Ltd.), 691*
  • — and Boring Machine, with Co-ordi
  • nate Setting (Berliner Maschinenbau- A.G.), 377*
  • — Cutters, Side and Face (Clarkson (Engineers), Ltd.), 505
  • — Machine with Copying Attachment (Midgley and Sutcliffe, Ltd.), 121*
  • Profile, H.S.F. “ Variax ” (Giddings and Lewis Machine Tool Co.), 194
  • for Scalping Aluminium Blocks (Ingersoll Millihg Machine Co. of America), 755*
  • Planing Machine and Lathe Tools (Trade Publication), 41
  • Plate-Bending Machine (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 634
  • Machine, Three-Roll (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd'.), 343*
  • and Straightening Machine (J. Bigwood and Son, Ltd.), 698*
  • Pneumatic Clamps and Fixtures for Machine Tools (Lang Pneumatic, Ltd.), 786*
  • — Hammers. See Hammers (above) Presses, Baling (Trade Publication), 488
  • — Brake (Trade Publication), 488
  • — 60-ton (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 634
  • Automatic Guard for (Rubery, Owen and Co., Ltd.), 284*
  • — 140-ton Hydraulic (Weldall and Assembly, Ltd.), 86*
  • — Extrusion, for Aluminium Sheathing for Cables (Loewy Engineering Co., Ltd.); 794*
  • for Ugine-Sejournet Process, 463
  • — Forging, for United States Air Force, 163
  • — Geared, for Cold Forging of Wire and Strip (Taylor and Challen, Ltd.), 24*
  • — Hydraulic 120-ton (Finlay Engineering, Ltd.), 702*
  • — 9, 20 and 50-ton (W. H. Marley and Co., Ltd.), 53*
  • 400-ton, for Briquetting Cast-Iron Swarf (Fielding and Platt, Ltd.), 414*
  • — 12-ton, for Testing Shock Absorbers (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 19*
  • — Plastics Moulding (Trade Publication), 488
  • — Power, Strip Feeding Machine for (Birmingham Tool and Gauge Co., Ltd.), 765*
  • — Screw, 450-ton, With Power-Assisted Control Gear (Taylor and Challen, Ltd.), 434*
  • - Toggle, for Briquetting Cast Iron Siwarf (W. Johnson and Sons (Leeds), Ltd.), 217
  • — Tool (Plessey Co., Ltd.); 697*
  • Setters, Safety Courses for, 743
  • Profiling and Slotting Attachments to Milling Machine (Midgley and Sutcliffe, Ltd.), 121*
  • Pulverising Machines, Velofeeder System for (Simon Engineering Group), 799*
  • Riveting Machine, Electro-Pneumatic (Standard Resistance Welders, Ltd.), 246*
  • — and Welding Equipment, Portable,
  • Suspension Device for (F. Rankin), 121*
  • Shearing Machines for 11-in. Continuous Bar Rolling Mill, 819*
  • Slitting Machine, Steel, with “ Dyna- matic” Couplings, 733*
  • Slotting and Profiling Attachments to Milling Machine (Midgley and Sutcliffe, Ltd.), 121*
  • Straightener and Decoiler, Sheet-Metal (Humphris and Sons, Ltd.), 667*
  • Straightening and Bending Machines for Steel Plate (J. Bigwood and Sons, Ltd.), 698*
  • Machine, Tube (Bronx Engineering Co., Ltd.), 667*
  • Stretch-Forming Tool (Blackburn and General Aircraft, Ltd.), 318*
  • Swaging Machine for Armature Wires (British Vacuum Cleaner and Engineering Co., Ltd.), 440*
  • Table, Compound, for Machine Tools (A. A. Jones and Shipman, Ltd.), 697
  • — Co-ordinate, for Machine Tools (Pitter Gauge and Precision Tool Co., Ltd.), 697*
  • Threading Machine, High-Speed “ Edg- wick ” (A. Herbert, Ltd.), 249*
  • Tool, Carbide-Tipped, Micro-Finishing Machine for (B. O. Morris, Ltd.), 245*
  • Machine Tools—continued.
  • Tool, Cutting, Carbon-Dioxide as Cooling Medium (Carbon Dioxide Co., Ltd.), 130, 156*
  • — and Gauge Exhibition, London, 591,
  • 697*, 765*
  • — Portable, Electrical, Safety Measures for, 746
  • — — Power, Production of, 397. See
  • Erratum, 478
  • Turning and Boring Mills. See Boring (above)
  • Woodworking Machine, “ Versatool ” (Smart and Brown (Machine Tools), Ltd.), 312*
  • —Machinery (Trade Publication), 201 Machine Work. See Machine Tools
  • Mackay Industrial Equipment, Ltd., Trenching Attachment for Tractor, 152
  • Mackintosh, Lord, on Provision of Work by Hire-Purchase Arrangements, 704
  • Maginness, Sir G. S., on Trade with Russia, 578 Magnesium Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Magnet, Lifting, with Fine Control (Electromagnets, Ltd.), 634
  • — Permanent, Self-Cleaning (Rapid Magnetic
  • Machines, Ltd.), 634
  • Magnetic Amplifier, Experimental (Electro Methods, Ltd.), 277
  • — Brake for Electric Motors (Brook Motors,
  • Ltd.), 55*
  • — Couplings (Trade Publication), 680
  • Magnetic Equipment Co., Ltd., Vibratory Equipment and Magnetic Chucks (Trade Publications), 585
  • — Separator for Crushed Ore (Rapid Magnetic
  • Machines, Ltd.), 405*
  • — Tapes, Computers and Diffraction Gratings
  • for Machine Tool Control (Ferranti, Ltd.), 766*
  • Control for Profile Milling Machines, 194 Mains, Electric. See Cables under Electric Maintenance of Plant Work-Study Conference, 263
  • Maisey, E. R., on Test of Graviner Explosion- Suppression System, 98
  • Makemson, T., the Late, 773
  • Mallette, F. S., bn Air Pollution Control, 546, 549*
  • Management, British Institute of, Harvard Fellowships for, 416
  • — Functions of, 543
  • — of Works. See (Forks Management
  • Managers in Industry, Residential Course at Cambridge, 231
  • Manali, River, Southern India, Peechi Dam on, 243*
  • Manby, A., Life and Work of, 229
  • Manchester Association of Engineers, Engineering Aspects of Glass, by Dr. R. E. Bastick and H. Cooper, 462
  • — Glossop Line, Electric Rolling Stock for,
  • 134
  • — Industry and Science in, Report on, 417
  • — Joint Research Council; Report on Industry
  • and Science, 417
  • Manchester Oil Refinery, Ltd.; “ Passivated ” Oil for Transformers, 799
  • — Sheffield-Wath Railway, 2,500-h.p. Co-Co
  • Electric Locomotives, 344*
  • Manchester Ship Canal Co., Ltd., Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 130, 153*
  • — University, Structural Analysis by Digital
  • Computer; 226, 239*; Production Engineering Course, 678. See LETTER, 741; Radio-Telescope at Jodrell Bank, 826*
  • — Wakefield Railway, Buttressing of Retaining
  • Wall on, 509*
  • Manganese, Electrodeposition of, 748
  • Manipulator for Handling Hot Billets (Conveyancer Fork Trucks, Ltd.), 829*
  • “ Manipulet ” Forging Manipulator, 829*
  • Mann, W. H., on Manpower Situation, 131. See 73*
  • Mannix, Ltd., Trans-Northern Petroleum Pipeline, 66, 78*
  • Manser, A. W., on Wear of Electric Rolling Stock of London Transport, 145
  • Manual of Mechanical Power Transmission (Review), 393
  • Manufacture, Scientific Methods in. See [Forks Management
  • Manufacturers’ Export Finance Co., Ltd., Formation of, 12; Proposals for, 418
  • Manufacturing, Applications of Electric Heating to, 277
  • Marconi Instruments, Ltd., Extensions to Longacres Works of, 369
  • Marconi International Marine Communication Co., Ltd., Recording Echometer for Fishing Vessels, 525*
  • Marconi-Siebe Gorman Submarine Television Camera, 253*
  • Marconi’s Wireless Telegraph Co., Ltd., Demonstration of Television Equipment, 668*; Demonstration of Colour Television, 701
  • Marfleet Works, Hull, Priestman Brothers, Ltd. 252
  • Margen, P. H., on High-Temperature Steam Pipes; 457*. See LETTERS, 583, 643
  • “ Marietta ” Miner for Colliery Tunnelling, 296*
  • Marine Auxiliary Machinery, Fish-Factory Trawler “ Fairtry,” 725
  • Machinery, 200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Driven Generator (W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 637*
  • Machinery, 550-kW Geared Turbo Generator (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 634*
  • — — Machinery, H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,”
  • 565
  • Machinery, S.S. “ Arcadia,” 662*
  • Machinery, S.S. “ Orsova,” 826
  • Machinery, Whale-Catcher “ Setter IX,” 375*
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Engines. See Engines; Turbines; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Engineers, Institute, of, Annual Dinner, 389;
  • New Metals in Engineering, by Dr. L. B. Pfeil, 620; British Naval Gas Turbines,
  • by Cmdr. (E) G. F. A. Trewby,- 622; Free-Piston Gas-Generator Turbine Alternator, by F. A. I. Muntz and R. Huber, 686*; Students’ Lecture on Babcock Marine Boilers (Trade Publication), 808 Marine Engineering, Development of Metals for, 620
  • Ferrous and Non-Ferrous Metals for, 589 Industry, Position and Prospects of, 298* Lloyd’s Register of Shipping Annual Report, 516
  • — Propulsion, Allen-Stoeckicht, Epicyclic
  • Gearboxes, 185*
  • British Naval Gas Turbines, 622
  • Developments in Steam and Gas Turbines for, 148
  • 240-h.p. Diesel Engines of Motor Yacht
  • “ Aries,” 647
  • 2,720-b.h.p. Diesel Engines for Whale- Catcher “ Setter IX,” 374*
  • Doxford Oil-Engine Construction by Ailsa Shipbuilding Co., Ltd., 616*
  • 1,900-b.h.p. Doxford Oil Engine, Fish-
  • Factory “ Fairtry,” 725
  • — Gas Turbines for, 719*
  • 12,000-h.p. Geared Turbines, H.M.
  • Yacht “ Britannia,” 486, 565
  • 12,500-h.p. Geared-Turbine Oil Tanker “ World Harmony,” 262
  • Geared-Turbine Research, Electronic Instruments for, 276*
  • 34,000-s.h.p. Geared Turbines, S.S. “ Arcadia,” 474, 662*
  • Geared Turbines, S.S. “Iberia,” 134 Geared Turbines, S.S. “ Saxonia,” 262 10,000-h.p. Geared Turbine, Test House, 214*
  • Hydrogen-Peroxide Plant for H.M. Submarine “ Explorer,” 360
  • Machinery for Large Trawlers, 554 Oil Fuel for. See Oil Fuel
  • Radial-Flow Steam Turbines of S.S. “Turbinia, ’ 741*, 771
  • Reverse-Reduction Gearbox for Four 2,000-h.p. Diesel Engines (Modern Wheel Drive, Ltd.), 410*
  • — — 600-h.p. Rolls-Royce Oil Engine for
  • Motor Launch, 182
  • See also Engines; Turbines; Propellers;
  • Ship Resistance; Torsionmeters
  • — Salvage. See Salvage
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam', Marine
  • Propulsion
  • “ Marisplice ” Wire-Rope Splicing, 406* Maritime Stores, Ltd., Wire Rope Splicing with Ferrules, 406*
  • Markets. See Trade
  • Marketad, Ltd., Resin-Bonded Fibre-Glass
  • (Trade Publication), 266
  • Markham and Co., Ltd., 21,000-h.p. Kaplan Turbines, 497, 528*
  • Marking Machines (Trade Publication), 72 Marley, W. H., and Co., Ltd., 9, 20 and 50-ton
  • Hydraulic Presses, 53*
  • Marsh, E. C. J., on Organic Finishes on Electroplated Coatings, 748
  • Marshall, K., on Dearer Coke, 643. See 578 Marshall Richards Machine Co., Ltd., Wiredrawing Machines for Aluminium, 539
  • Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., Pipe-Laying Crane Fitted to “ Challenger ” Tractor, 629*
  • Marshalling Yard, Temple Mills, British Railways, 422
  • Marsland, A., on Failures in Sea Defence Banks of Essex and Kent, 38. See 34
  • Marston Excelsior, Ltd., Coolant Radiator of Light Alloy, 307*
  • Martin, Dr. A. J. P., Demonstration of Separation by Gas-Liquid Chromatography, 677 Martland, L., on Diesel Engines in Agriculture, 309
  • Martonair, Ltd., Pneumatic Equipment (Trade Publication), 617
  • Masonry, Water Repellent for (Trade Publication), 393
  • Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Summer Courses at, 291; Founding of Webster Professorship in Electrical Engineering, 577 •
  • Massey - Harris - Ferguson (Manufacturing), Ltd., 45-h.p. Diesel-Engined Agricultural Tractor, 348*
  • Masts, Radio, Tubular, Welded, Tests of (British Insulated Callender’s Construction Co., Ltd.), 57*
  • Master Patternmakers, National Society of, Formation of, 549, 611
  • — Rod, for Radial Engine (Bristol Aeroplane
  • Co., Ltd.), 306*
  • “ Matbro Super Loadstar ” Bulk Loader, 728* Materials for Aircraft Production, 2, 7. See Erratum, 157
  • — Effective Utilisation in Manufacture, 305*
  • — Handling, Institute of, Affiliation with
  • American Materials Handling Society, 93
  • — Heat-Resisting and Hard-Surfacing, for
  • Marine Engineering, 620
  • — and Parts, Fabricated, by T. C. DuMond
  • (Review), 169
  • — Strength of. See Stress and Tests {Materials)
  • — Thermosetting, Mouldings for, Tolerances
  • for, Specification, 41
  • Mathematical Work at National Physical Laboratory, 653
  • Mathematics, Bessel Functions and Formulae, compiled by W. G. Bickley (Review), 265
  • — Binomial Tables, 56-100, by H. G. Romig
  • (Review), 329
  • — Coefficients for Numerical Calculation of
  • Laplace Transforms, by H. E. Salzer (Review), 102
  • — Linear Equations, Simultaneous, and
  • Determination of Eigen Values (Review), 361
  • — for Students of Engineering and Applied
  • Science, by L. B. Benny (Review), 744
  • — Tables of 10x (Antilogarithms to base 10)
  • (Review), 201
  • of Natural Logarithms (Review), 232
  • — Probability Functions, Normal, Tables of
  • (Review), 393
  • Mathew Brothers, 2,500-lb. Bulk Loader with Front-Wheel Petrol or Diesel Drive, 728*
  • Mathews, W., the Late, 548
  • “ Matrix ” Comparator for Thread Examination, 697*
  • Matthews and Yates, Ltd., Centrifugal Fan with Alternative Discharge Angles, 568*
  • Maudslay Scholarship, Junior Institution of Engineers, 678
  • Maunsell, Posford and Pavry, Launching Slipway for Small Craft, 382*
  • Maury, E., on Switching Overvoltages, 716
  • Maw, F. R., on Permeability Tests of Blast- Furnace Raw Materials, 45
  • May Lecture on Domain Structure of Ferromagnetic Metals, 590. See 583
  • Mayton Prototypes, “ Demec ” Mechanical Strain Gauge, 791*
  • McAlpine, Sir A., and Son, Ltd., Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 130, 153*
  • McAlpine, Sir R., and Sons (Midlands), Ltd., Foundations, Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 660*
  • McBride, J. P., Decorations of S.S. “Arcadia,” 474*
  • McColl Frontenac Co., Ltd., Montreal to Toronto Pipeline, 66, 78*
  • McKenzie, Commdre. T., the Late, 580 McLaren, J. and H., Ltd., 88-b.h.p. Four-
  • Cylinder Diesel Engine, 380*; 11 to 25-kW Alternating-Current Diesel-Driven Generating Sets, 799*
  • McMinn, E., on Tubular Transmission-Line Tower, 3
  • McNaughton, G. M., on Evolution of Public- Health Engineering, 232
  • Me. See also Mac
  • Measurement, Continuous, of Steam Purity (Trade Publication), 297
  • — Techniques in Mechanical Engineering, by
  • R. J. Sweeney (Review), 201
  • Mechanical Engineers, American Society of,
  • Presentation to Dr. W. F. Durand, 101

Mechanical Engineers, Institution of:

  • New Publication, The Chartered Mechanical Engineer, supersedes Journal, 6
  • List of Awards, 291
  • George Stephenson aind James Watt Rooms, 323*
  • Summer Meeting in the Netherlands, 804 London Meetings, Winter Session :
  • Practical Training in Industry for Graduates in Mechanical Engineering, by K. R. Evans, H. W. Fulton, R. S. Medlock, D. P. Lant and Prof. J. A. Pope, 4. See 2
  • Experimental Investigations into Effect of Fuel Addition to Intake Air on Performance of Compression-Ignition Engines, by W. T. Lyn, 144
  • Effect of Auxiliary Fuels on Smoke- Limited Power Output of Diesel Engines, by L. D. Derry, D. Royle, Dr. E. M. Dodds and Dr. E. B. Evans, 144. See 130
  • Gray Lecture on Marine and Land Steam and Gas Turbine Developments, by Dr. T. W. F. Brown, 148
  • Impact of Development and Research in Production and Design, by L. H. Leedham, 263
  • Unveiling of Bust of James Watt, 289
  • Clayton Lecture on Nuclear Reactors and Power Production, by Sir C. Hinton, 313*. See 289
  • Clayton Lecture on A New Frontier: Air Pollution Control, by F. S. Mallette, 549*. See 546
  • Accountancy Service to Works Management, by C. E. Power, 642
  • Applied Mechanics Group :
  • Report on Pipe-Flanges Research Committee, by Dr. A. E". Johnson, 275 Yorkshire Branch :
  • Annual Dinner, 101
  • London Graduates' Section ;
  • Atomic Energy Made Easy, by Sir C. Hinton, 386
  • Mechanical Engineering History, Place of Sir
  • C. A. Parsons in, 771
  • Measurement Techniques in, by R. J. Sweeney (Review), 201
  • — Handling Equipment, Production and
  • Export of, 394*
  • Exhibition, Olympia, 775, 797% 829* Plant at Foundry of Leyland Motors,
  • Ltd., 217*
  • Mechanical Handling Sponsors of Mechanical Handling Exhibition, Olympia, 775, 797*, 829*
  • — Lubricator. See Lubrication
  • — Mucking for Colliery Shafts, 295
  •  ?— Stoker. See Stoker
  • Mechanics, Soil, Studies of Sea-Defence Failures, 34, 38
  • Mechanism of Economic Systems, by Prof. A. Tustin (Review), 455
  • Medd, R. T., on New Layout of ENGINEERING, 35
  • Medlock, R. S., on Training of Graduates in Mechanical Engineering, 4. See 2
  • Meek, M., on Stresses in Tanker During Launching, 238; on Model Tests on Ship Form of 0-65 Block Coefficient, 681
  • Megatron, Ltd., Electrically-Conductive Glass, 472
  • Meikle, G., on Effect of Time on Aircraft Materials at Elevated Temperatures, 116 Melbourne University, Research on Gas- Turbine Combustion Problems, 624*
  • Melchett Medal, Award to Dr. H. H. Storch, 582
  • Melesco “ Salagraph ” (Trade Publication), 297 Mellor Bromley and Co., Ltd., Acquisition by
  • Bentley Engineering Co., 803 Merchant Navy, Wage Increases in, 31
  • — Ships. See Ships; Steamers; Motorships
  • — Shipbuilding. See Shipbuilding
  • Mercury Truck and Tractor Co., Ltd., Diesel- Engined High-Low Loader, 797*
  • Mergenthaler Linotype Co., Typesetting by Photography, 739
  • Mersey Docks and Harbour Board, Salving of
  • S.S. “ Empress of Canada,” 359*
  • Merton, Sir T., Diffraction Gratings for Length Measurement and Machine-Tool Control, 263
  • Merz and McLellan, Hebburn Switchgear Testing Station, 442*, 716
  • Metals, Anti-Friction. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Corrosion of. See Corrosion
  • — Entrapment in Light-Alloy Melting Flux,
  • 649
  • — in Fatigue, Effect of Plastic Flow on Notch
  • Sensitivity, 368
  • — Fatigue of. See Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — Ferromagnetic, Domain Structure of, 590
  • — Finishing and Electrodeposition, Inter
  • national Conference on, London. See Electrodeposition and Metal Finishing, International Conference, London
  • Institute of, Conference and Exhibition, 327, 547, 747
  • — High-Purity, Mission to United States, 381

Metals, Institute of:

  • Powder Metallurgy Symposium, Programme, 518
  • Annual General Meeting and Joint Meeting with French Society of Metallurgy : Programme, 292
  • Presidential Address by Dr. S. F. Dorey on Metals and Marine Engineering, 589. See 583
  • May Lecture on Domain Structure of Ferromagnetic Metals, by Prof. L. F. Bates, 590. See 583
  • Report of Council, 583
  • Election of Officers, 583
  • Presentation of Presidential Badge of Office, 583
  • Award of Medals, 583
  • Dinner to French Society of Metallurgy, 615
  • Reports of Discussions, 649, 682. See Errata, 712
  • Visits and Excursions, 649
  • Investigations of Thickening and Metal Entrapment in Light-Alloy Melting Flux, by Dr. A. H. Sully, Dr. H. K. Hardy and T. J. Heal, 649
  • Effect of Iron, Manganese and Chromium on Properties in Sheet Form of Aluminium Alloys Containing 0-7 per cent, of Magnesium and 1-0 per cent, of Silicon, by R. Chadwick,
  • N. B. Muir and H. B. Grainger, 649
  • Factors Influencing Brittleness in Alu- minium-Magnesium-Silicon Alloys, by I. R. Harris and Major P. C. Varley, 649
  • Session A. Symposium on Control of Quality in Working Operations of Wrought Non- Ferrous Metals and Alloys :
  • Statistical Control in Metal-Working Operations, by M. Whyte, 649
  • Problems of Control of Dimension, Shape, Finish in Rolling of Sheet and Strip and in Drawing of Wire, by Prof.
  • H. Ford and J. G. Wistreich, 649
  • Control of Quality in Hot and Cold Rolling of Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, by F. King and Dr. A. N. Turner 649
  • Control of Properties and Structure in Hot and Cold Rolling of Copper and Copper-Base Alloys, by W. W. Kee, 649
  • Some Factors Affecting the Quality of Extrusions, by C. Smith and Dr. N. Swindells, 649. See Errata, 712
  • Session A :
  • Discussion on Recovery and Recrystallisation, 683
  • Session B. Precipitation Hardening :
  • Effect of Minor Additions on Age- Hardening Properties of High-Purity Lead-Antimony Alloy, by Dr.
  • L. M. T. Hopkin and C. J. Thwaites, 682
  • Some Metallographic Observations on Aged Aluminium-Copper Alloys, by
  • I. J. Polmear and Dr. H. K. Hardy, 682
  • Ageing Curves at 110 deg. C. on Binary and Ternary Aluminium-Copper Alloys, by Dr. H. K. Hardy, 682
  • Structural Ageing Characteristics of Binary Aluminium-Copper Alloys, by Miss J. M. Silcock, T. J. Heal and Dr. H. K. Hardy, 682
  • Changes of Damping Capacity in Quench- Ageing Aluminium-Rich Alloys, by
  • Dr. K. M. Entwistle, 682
  • Session B. Creep :
  • Some Observations on Creep and Fracture from Investigations on Lead Cable- Sheath Alloys, by Dr. A. Latin, 682
  • Structural Studies of Creep of Lead, by R. C. Gifkins, 682
  • Some Creep Characteristics of Group of Precipitation-Hardening Alloys Based on Alpha-Copper-Aluminium Phase, by Dr. J. P. Dennison, 682
  • Low-Stress Torsional Creep Properties of Pure Aluminium, by Dr. W. Bet- teridge, 682
  • Effect of Some Constitutional Factors on Creep and Fatigue Properties of Lead and Lead Alloys, by Dr. L. M. T. Hopkin and C. J. Thwaites, 682
  • Mechanism of Creep Deformation in High- Purity Aluminium at High Temperatures, by Dr. H. C. Chang and Dr. N. J. Grant, 682
  • Session B. Continuous Casting : Techniques for Investigation of Thermal Conditions in Continuous Casting, by
  • D. M. Lewis, 683
  • Use of Autoradiography for Finding Solidification Boundary in Continuously-Cast Aluminium, by J. L. Putman, 683
  • Metals, Institute of—continued.
  • Molybdenum and Molybdenum Alloys and Arc Melting of Metals :
  • Arc Melting of Metals and Its Application to Casting of Molybdenum, by G. L. Hopkin, J. E. Jones, A. R. Moss and D. O. Pickman, 683
  • Forgeability, Creep Strength and Ducti- bility of Molybdenum and Some of Its Alloys, by J. H. Rendall. S. T. M. Johnstone and W. E. Carrington, 683 Pressure Welding of Molybdenum, by A. R. Moss, 683
  • Metals, Liquid, Electromagnetic Pump for (Atomic Energy Research Establishment), 473
  • — New in Engineering, 620
  • — Non-Ferrous, Control of Quality in
  • Working of, 649. See Errata, 712
  • Ferrous; Industry, Position and Prospects of, 42*
  • Ferrous, for Marine Engineering, 620
  • — — Ferrous, Research Association, British,
  • Annual Meeting and Luncheon, 547
  • — Protection by Painting, Lecture Course, 32
  • — Structure of. See Microphotographs
  • — Subjected to Combined Stress, Fatigue
  • Strengths of, 369
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • — See also Metallurgy ; Microphotographs Metallography. See Metals; Metallurgy ;
  • Microphotographs
  • Metallurgical Association, Sheffield. See Sheffield
  • Metallurgists and Engineers, Sheffield Society of. See Sheffield
  • — Institution of, Examinations of, 775;
  • Presidential Address, by W. Barr on Work of Institution, 775

Metallurgy:

  • Alloys for Aircraft Production, 7. See Erratum, 157
  • — Aluminium, Bearing, Hiduminium 29 (Trade Publication), 585
  • — — for Brazing (Trade Publication), 103 Copper, Aged, Metallographic
  • Observations of, 682
  • — — Copper, Analyser for (Hilger and Watts, Ltd.), 537
  • High-Strength, for Castings, 217
  • — — Magnesium-Silicon, Brittleness in, 649
  • Magnesium-Silicon, Effect of Iron, Manganese and Chromium on, 649
  • for Marine Engineering, 589
  • Plate and Sheet Production by British Aluminium Co., Ltd., 738, 754*, 822*
  • Rich, Changes in Damping Capacity of, 682
  • Silicon (Trade Publication), 330 in proximity with Steel, Electro- Chemical Relations Between, 34
  • — Bearing Metal, for Marine-Engines, 590
  • — Copper, See also Gunmetal, etc.
  • — Heavy, G.E.C., Properties and Applications of (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 670*
  • — Iron-Phosphorus-Carbon, Solidifica tion of, 809
  • — Lead-Antimony, Age-Hardening Properties of, 682
  • Cable-Sheath, Creep and Fractures of, 682
  • — Light, Hard-Anodising Process (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 18
  • — Molybdenum, Investigations on, 683
  • — Nickel-Chromium, “ B.A.C. Brightray” (H. Wiggin and Co., Ltd.), 89*
  • — — for Springs (Trade Publication), 362
  • — Nimonic (Trade Publication), 266
  • — Non-Ferrous, Control of Quality in Working of, 649. See Errata, 712
  • Ferrous, for Marine Engineering, 589, 620
  • — Soldering and Brazing (Trade Publication), 361
  • — Tin, for Electroplating, 748
  • — Zinc, for Die Castings, Certification Mark for, 263
  • Blast Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Cast Iron. See Cast Iron
  • Coke Ovens. See Coke Ovens
  • Corrosion of Metals. See Corrosion Fluxes, Aluminium, for Brazing (Trade Publication), 103
  • Foundry. See Foundry; Moulding Furnaces, Electric. See Furnaces — Metallurgical. See Furnaces
  • Heat Treatment, Carburising Plant, Gas, for J. Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 628*
  • Generators for, Protective Atmosphere for (Baker Platinum, Ltd.) 311*
  • — — of Hammers and Chisels, 676* Plant of J. Fowler and Co. (Leeds),
  • Ltd., 628*
  • History of Iron and Steel Industry, 713 Iron Manufacture. See Furnaces, Blast — Ore. See Ore
  • Metals, Tests of. See Tests (Materials) Metallurgical Research at National Physical Laboratory, 514, 520*. See 653
  • — Work at National Physical Laboratory, 653. See 514, 520*
  • Metallurgy of Cast Irons, Investigations on, 809
  • Powder Metallurgy, Lectures on at Battersea Polytechnic, 29
  • Pyrometers. See Pyrometers Refractories. See Refractory Materials; Firebricks
  • Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • Steel Furnaces. See Furnaces Welding. See Welding
  • See also Iron and Steel Institute; Metals, Institute of; Microphotographs; Foundry
  • Metallurgy and Mining, Institution of. See Mining
  • Meteorological Aspects of North Sea Floods,
  • 34. 38
  • — Forecasts and Safety in Ships, 356 Meteorology and Atmospheric Pollution,
  • Control of, 549*
  • — Effect of Weather on Radio Communica
  • tions, 596
  • Meters, Car Parking (Trade Publication), 553
  • — Dust, Photo-Electric, for Blast-Furnace
  • Gases, 146
  • — PH, as Insulation Tester (W. G. Pye and Co.,
  • Ltd.), 537
  • — Station, Montreal, on Trans-Northern
  • Petroleum Pipeline, 66, 79*
  • — See also Electric and Water Meters “ Metpak ” Packing Units, 21*
  • Metrological Work at National Physical Laboratory, 653*
  • Metropolitan-Cammell Carriage and Wagon Co., Ltd., Multiply-Unit Electric Rolling Stock, 134
  • Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd., Dielectric Welder for Plastic Materials, 118*; 2,500-h.p. Electric Locomotive for British Railways, 120; Air Break Contactor for Mines, 123*; 2,250-h.p. Induction Electric Motor for Mine Winder, 285; Electrical Equipment for 2,500-h.p. Co-Co Electric Locomotives, 344*; “ Easter School ” for Head and Science Masters, 546 ; 2,500-h.p. and 4,500-h.p. Naval Gas Turbines, 622; Dielectric Heating (Trade Publication), 648; 5,000- kW Pass-Out Turbo-Generators, 688*
  • — Water Board, Fiftieth Annual Report, 189 ?— See also London
  • Meuse Valley, Donova, United States, Atmospheric Pollution at, 549
  • Mica Particles, Assessment of Size of, 595 Michigan Tool Co., Work Clamp and Ejector for Gear Shaping Machine, 89*
  • Micrometer, “ Micromaster ” (Tesa, Ltd.), 87* Microphotographs, Aluminium Sheathing for Cables, 794*
  • — Bi-Metallic Bonding of Cast Iron and
  • Aluminium, 409*
  • — End-Grain, for Identification of Hardwoods
  • (Review). 232
  • — High-Tensile Steel Chips, 156*
  • Microscope for Turbine Blading (Taylor, Taj lor and Hobson, Ltd.), 537
  • “ Microsen ” Control for Overhead Travelling Crane, 411*
  • Microstructure of Metals. See Microphotographs
  • Mictotome for Thin Sections, Wheatstone Physical Laboratory, King’s College, 472 Middle East, Trade Mission to, Report, 707 Midgley and Sutcliffe, Ltd., Milling Machine with Copying Attachment, 121*
  • Midland Silicones, Ltd., Properties of Silicone Rubber, 81
  • “ Mikrokators ” (C. E. Johansson, Ltd.), 23*; “ Mikrokator ” Ultra-Sensitive Mechanical Comparator, 71
  • “ Milite ” Resin-Bonded Fibre-Glass (Trade Publication), 266
  • Miller, N. H., the Late, 197
  • Millikan, Dr. R. A., the Late, 3*
  • Milling Machines and Cutters. See Machine Tools
  • Mills, Sir F., the Late, 37
  • Mills, Sir P., on Arbitration in Industrial Disputes, 191
  • Mills, Rolling. See Rolling Mills
  • Mines, Coal See Collieries
  • — Fans: Trends in Present-Day Designs
  • (Trade Publication), 776
  • — Winding. See Winding
  • — United States Bureau of. See United States
  • — See also Coal; Collieries; Mining; Ores;
  • Winding
  • Miner, “ Marietta ” for Colliery Tunnelling 296*
  • — Wages, Demand for Increase in, 31, 95, 127 Mineral Dressing, Degree Course at Imperial
  • College, 423
  • Summer School in, 384
  • — Oils. See Oils
  • — See also Coal; Mining; Ores; and PARA
  • GRAPH INDEX
  • Mineworkers, National Union of, Complaints of Complacency of National Coal Board, 31; Wage Claims by, 31, 95, 127; Complaints Regarding Sale of Coal to Industrial Consumers at Below Cost, 95; Strike About Overman, 351.; Strike Over Stint Requirements, 383; Wage Increase for Colliery Clerks, 447; Need to Improve Coal Production, 736; Condemnation of Unofficial Strikes, 768; Amenities for Scottish Mines, 768; Small Mines’ Dispute, 768
  • Miniature Pneumatic Valves (Trade Publication), 9
  • “ Minigrip ” Manually-Operated Trolley, 797* Mining, Cornish, History of, 712
  • — Electrical and Mechanical Engineers,
  • Association of. Mine Fans: Trends in Present-Day Designs, by D. MacFarlane (Trade Publication), 776
  • — Engineers, Institution of, Presidential
  • Address by N. E. Webster on Recruitment of Mining Engineers, 190
  • Recruitment of, 1190
  • — Gas and Chemical Engineering, Oil
  • Prospecting and Production and Fuel Technology (Review), 680
  • — Industry, Restrictive Practices in, 287;
  • Twenty-One Strikes at One Colliery, 351; Strike About Overman, 351; Mining Industry Strike Over Stint Requirements', 383; Wage Increase for Colliery Clerks, 447; Coal Production, Statistics of, 511; Need to Improve Coal Production, 736; Mining Industry, Condemnation of Unofficial Strikes in, 768; Amenities for Scottish Mines, 768; Small Mines’ Dispute, 768; Wage Claims, 31, 95, 127
  • — Machine “ Marietta ” for Colliery Tunnel
  • ling, 296*
  • — Machinery Industry, Position and Prospects
  • of, 136*
  • Mining and Metallurgy, Institution of,
  • Travelling Fellowships, 190
  • — Surveyors, Institute of, Amalgamation with
  • Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, 81
  • Ministry of Health. See Health
  • — of Labour and National Service. See under
  • Labour
  • — of Supply. See Supply
  • —- of Transport. See Transport and Civil A viation
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Ltd., Pre-Assembly of Pistons; Connecting-Rods and Cylinder Liners, 22*
  • Mitchell Engineering, Ltd., Coal and Coke Handling Plant, Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 660
  • Mitchell, F., and Son, Ltd., Cooling Towers, Nechells “B” Power Station, 661*
  • — Memorial Lecture on Aeronautical Work of
  • R. J. Mitchell, 1(62, 166
  • Mitchell, T. E., on Ironmaking from High- Sinter Burdens, 46
  • Mixer and Pulveriser for Soil-Stabilising Equipment (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 54* Mixing and Drying Plant, Tar-Macadam. See Tar-Macadam
  • — Machines, Concrete. See Concrete
  • for Pastes, Powders and Liquids (Trade Publication), 553
  • M.K. Electric, Ltd., Switches and Plugs (Trade Publication), 617
  • M.K.S. System of Units: Guide for Electrical Engineers, by T. McGreevy (Review), 140 Model Experiments. See Aeronautics; Ship Resistance; Tank Experiments
  • Modern Wheel Drive, Ltd., Oil-Operated Gearbox fpf Four 2,000-h.p. Diesel Engines, 410*
  • Moderner Bau-Bedarf G.m.b.H., Self-Propelled Loader for Loose Material, 445*
  • Modulator, Pulse, High-Power (Mullard Ltd.), 81
  • Moffat, A., on Unofficial Strikes, 768; on Amenities for Scottish Miners, 768; on Small Mines’ Dispute, 768
  • Molybdenum, Application of Arc-Melting to, 683
  • — Forgeability, Creep and Ductility of, 683
  • — Supplies, Removal of Restrictions on, 274 “ Monarch ” Hydraulic Pit Prop, 692* Monckton, Sir W., on Need for Good Relations in Industry, 351; on Establishment of Independent Wage Board, 351, 383; on Inquiry into Effects of National Service, 800
  • Mond Nickel Co., Particulars of Fellowships, 190; Film of Corrosion in Action, 616
  • Monitor, Clearance, Electronic (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 537
  • Monmouthshire, Blaina, Landslide at, 295 Monopolies Commission and Cable Makers, 674
  • Monotype Corporation, Ltd., Typesetting by Photography; 739
  • Montague Burton, Ltd., Bywaters Felt- Hardening Machine with “ Dynamatic ” Coupling, 732*
  • Montreal North, Canada, Aero-Engine Test Plant at, 608
  • — to Toronto, Trans-Northern Petroleum
  • Pipeline, 66, 78*
  • Montrose, Duke of, the Late, 131
  • Moore, H. W., Allendale Works, Crawley, 381* Moore, J. E., Ltd., High-Strength Aluminium Casting Alloy, 217
  • Moore, W. H., the Late, 355
  • Moorhead, G. J. P., on Can Small Firms Afford Work Study, 322
  • Moreland, Hayne and Co., Ltd. Transonic Wind Tunnel; 188*
  • Morgan, C., on Power over Nature, 385. See LETTER, 451
  • Morgan Crucible Co., Ltd., Carbon and Graphite for Chemical Plant (Trade Publication), 266; Duplex Surface Grinding Machine, 568*; Plumbago Linings for Molten-Metal Ladles, 735; Insulating Concrete (Trade Publication), 776
  • Morgan, R. C., on Practical Experiences of Airline Engineering, 521
  • Morice, Dr. P. B., on Full-Scale Tests of Prestressed Concrete Beams, 815*
  • Morley, C. G. L., on Electric Lifts in Block Dwellings, 30*
  • Morphew, K. L., on Heat Capacity of Laminations; 781
  • Morris, B. O., Ltd., Micro-Finishing Machine for Carbide-Tipped Tools, 245*
  • Morrison, A. C, (Engineers), Ltd., Ford Diesel-Engined 25-kVA Generating Set, 187*
  • Morrison, D., on Deviations from Hooke’s Law within Elastic Range, 141*
  • Morrison, Prof. I. F., on Rigid Frame Formulas, 805. See 393
  • Morrison-Knudsen Co. of New Zealand, Ltd., Rimutaka Tunnel, 623
  • Morrogh, H., on Solidification of Iron- Phosphorus-Carbon Irons, 809; on Solidification of Nodular Iron, 809; on Undercooled Graphite in Cast Irons, 809
  • Motor Boat, Launch for Venezuela, TripleScrew (Vospers, Ltd.), 182*
  • Yacht “ Aries,” Converted Life-boat, 647
  • See also Motor Trawler
  • —Car Engines. See Engines, Petrol
  • Fitting of Suppressors to, 260
  • Industry, Trends in, 802
  • Power-Assisted Steering, 259
  • Production Statistics, 546
  • Swallow-Doretti (Swallow Coach Building Co. (1935), Ltd.), 120
  • See also Motor Vehicles; Motor Cycles
  • — Carriages, Railway. See Carriages
  • — Coach. See Motor Vehicles
  • — Control Gear and Switchgear (Trade Publi
  • cation), 41
  • Motor Cycle Frames, Electric Arc-Welding of, 349
  • — -— Maintenance and Road Safety, 327
  • — Electric, Air-Break Contactor for (Metro-
  • politan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 123*
  • Motor, Electric, Alternating-Current (Trade Publication), 585
  • for 11 -in. Continuous Bar-Rolling Mill (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 819*
  • Control Panels for (Trade Publication), 617
  • — — Corrosion-Proof (English Electric Co.,
  • Ltd.), 542
  • 165-h.p., for 955-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 317*
  • Direct-Current, Variable-Speed Control for (M.T.E. Control Gear, Ltd.), 728*
  • 400-h.p. for 2,400-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 184*
  • Fractional-Horse-Power (Trade Publiccation), 330
  • Fractional Horse-Power, Dimensions of, Specification, 9
  • for Home and Export (Trade Publication), 297
  • Induction, 240-h.p. for Brewery Refrigeration Plant, 58*
  • Induction for Loom Drives (Trade Publication), 72
  • Induction 2,250-h.p. for Mine Winder (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co.,
  • Ltd.), 285
  • Induction, Synchronous, by J. Griffin (Review), 3, 29
  • of London Transport Executive Rolling Stock, Wear of, 145
  • Magnetic Brake for (Brook Motors, Ltd.), 55*
  • 68-h.p., for Railcars (Crompton Parkinson, Ltd.), 342*
  • 700-h.p., for Slant Haulage Plant (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 122*
  • Starters for (Trade Publication), 393 Stator Production by Brook Motors, Ltd., 761*
  • Traction (Trade Publication), 680
  • 450-h.p., for Wind Tunnel (British Thomson-Houston Co., Ltd.), 790
  • in Wool-Textile Industry, 161
  • — Fire-Float “ Alexander Grantham,” 120* :— Industry, Institute of, Presidential Address
  • by S. S. Dawes on Training for Motor Industry, 70
  • Research Association, Lindley Laboratories and Proving Ground', 730*
  • Scholarships in, 582
  • — Internal-Combustion. See Aeronautics;
  • Engines; Motor Cars; Motor Boats; Tractors
  • — Launches. See Motor Boats
  • — Lorries. See Motor Vehicles
  • Motor Manufacturers and Trade®, Ltd., Society of. Production Statistics, 546
  • — Marine. See 'Engines; Marine Propulsion;
  • Motorships
  • — Omnibuses, Diesel-Engined, Economics of,
  • 258
  • Diesel, for London Area, 603
  • Factors Affecting Fuel Consumption of, 749
  • Power-Operated Doors for, 749
  • — Paraffin. See Engines, Oil
  • — Petrol. See Aeronautics; Engines, Petrol;
  • Motor Boats; Motor Cars; Tractors
  • — Road Rollers. See Road Rollers
  • — Show, Scottish, Glasgow, 1955, 198
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — Trawler and Fish Factory “ Fairtry,”
  • (J. Lewis and Sons, Ltd.), 724*
  • — Trucks, Battery-Driven (Trade Publication),
  • 680
  • Battery-Operated Fork-Lift, (Lansing Bagnall, Ltd.), 186*
  • Battery-Operated, Fork-Lift “ Warehouse^” (Yale and Towne Manufacturing Co.), 797*
  • Battery-Operated Fork, “ Stand-on ” (L. Bagnall, Ltd.), 829*
  • Battery-Operated Pallet, 3,000-lb. (Lansing Bagnall, Ltd.), 186*
  • Fork-Lift (Trade Publication), 425
  • Fork-Lift, Demonstration Of Handling Stores with, 615
  • Fork-Lift, Roll-Clamping Attachment for (Conveyancer Fork Trucks, Ltd.), 414*
  • — Vehicle For Bulk-Delivery (Charrold, Ltd.),
  • 471
  • Channel Air Ferry for, 70
  • Diesel-Engined Parkwood-Oetiker, Exhaust Brake for, 252*
  • Electric-Battery Driven (Brush Coachwork, Ltd.), 420
  • Industry, Position and Prospects in, 211*, 42, 234*
  • Industry, Trends in, 802
  • Industry in United States, Report, 267 Lorry, Hydraulically-Operated Tipping Platform for (Link-Belt Co.), 219
  • Lorry-Mounted Crane (Chamberlain Industries, Ltd.), 829*
  • Maintenance and Road Safety, 327
  • 90-b.h.p. Opposed-Piston Diesel Engine for Motor Coach (Commer Cars, Ltd.), 578, 598*
  • Production Statistics, 546
  • Truck, 4|-ton Dumper (Chaseside Engineering Co., Ltd.), 829*
  • Types of Direction Indicators for, 749
  • — Wagons. See Motor Vehicles; Tractors
  • — Yacht. See Motor Boat
  • Motorships under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 190, 616
  • — “ Fairtry,” Fish-Factory Trawler, 724*
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics; 294
  • — Launches and Trial Trips, 31, 52, 150, 246,
  • 279, 309, 330, 371, 391, 433, 503, 527, 576, 608, 640, 699, 767, 808
  • — “ Navigator ” of Decca Radar, Ltd.,
  • Equipment of, 615
  • — | Setter IX ” Whale Catcher, 374*
  • Moss, A. R., on Arc Melting and Its Application to Casting of Molybdenum, 683; on Pressure Welding of Molybdenum, 683 Motts, S. W., on Sea Defence Works on Sandy Eroding Coast, 39. See 34
  • Mouldings, Injection, of Akulon, 373*
  • Mouldings, Lost-Wax Process of, Use by
  • Bristol Aeroplane Co., Ltd., 437*
  • — Machine, Shell (Fairbairn Lawson Combe
  • Barbour, Ltd.), 27*
  • — — Shelmolda Duplus (Fairbairn Lawson
  • Combe Barbour, Ltd.), 728*
  • — Plastics, Tools for (B.I.P. Tools, Ltd.), 765
  • — Shell, Bibliography on, 84
  • Developments of Synthetic Resins for, 404
  • — in Thermosetting Materials, Tolerances for,
  • Specification, 41
  • — See also Foundry
  • Moule, J. W., on Electrical Floor Warming, 524
  • Mounting, Anti-Vibration (H. Clayton-Wright, Ltd.), 760
  • M.T.E. Control Gear, Ltd., Variable-Speed Control for Direct-Current Electric Motor, 728*
  • Mucking, Mechanical for Colliery Shafts, 295 Muir, N. B., on Properties' of Aluminium- Magnesium-Silicon Alloys, 649
  • “ Muir-Hill ” Mechanical Loader, 504* Muirhead and Co., Ltd., Magslips, 473
  • Mullard Ltd., High and Low Pass Filter, with Ferrocube Cores, 56; High-Power Pulse Modulator, 81; Transistors, 245; Radio
  • Equipment for Cable Ship “ Alert,” 284; Cinema Film of Radio Valve Manufacture, 421; Particle Counting Instrument, 472; Ultrasonic Drilling Machine, 472*; Ultrasonic Drilling Machine for Hard Materials, 632*; Lead-Sulphide Photo- Electric Cell, 735
  • Mullard Research Laboratories, High and Ultra-High Frequency Transmitters, 597*; Linear Accelerator for X-Ray Treatment, 694*
  • Muller, A. G., Grinding Machine for Long Knives, 151*
  • Multitubular Boilers. See Boilers
  • Municipal Services, Radio Control of, 373
  • — Tramways, See Tra/mvoys
  • Muntz, A., and Co., Ltd., Free-Piston Gas
  • Generator, 686*
  • Muntz, F. A. I., on Free-Piston Gas-Generator Turbo-Alternator, 686*
  • Murex Welding Processes, Ltd., Argon-Arc
  • Electrodes for Welding, 606
  • Murgatroyd, F., on Electrical Safety in
  • Factories, 745
  • Murray-, J. M., on Corrugations of Bottom Shell Plating, 586
  • Museum, Science, South Kensington; Model of Early Radio Apparatus, 93; Aveling and Porter, Traction Engine at, 222*; Gas Manufacture Gallery at, 742. See Erratum, 808
  • Musgrave and Co., Ltd., Suction Plant for Railway Carriage “ Blowing Out Shop, 248; Centrifugal Fan (Trade Publication), 488
  • Myers Sherman Co., Mobile Pneumatic Grain
  • Conveyor, 829*
  • NAPIER, D., and SON, LTD., Electric Heater Matting, 378*; 3,135-h.p. “Nomad”
  • Turbo-Diesel Compound Aero Engines, 57.1*, 573. See LETTER, 611
  • Napier, J. W., the Late, 3
  • Nash Collection of Historic Aircraft, Purchase by Royal Aeronautical Society, 101
  • Nash and Thompson, Ltd., Electrolytic Polisher, 537
  • National Coal Board, Alleged Complacency Regarding Wage Rates, 31; Electric Submersible Pump, 55*; Wage Demands Against, 127; “Plan for Coal,” 136; De-Watering of Flooded Durham Collieries, 168; Scottish Miners’ Restrictive Practices, 287; Developments in Coal Mining, 295*; Ashington Workshops for Colliery Machinery, 311; Twenty-One Strikes at One Colliery, 351; Strike About Overman, 351; Strike Over Stint Requirements, 383; Wage Increase for Colliery Clerks, 447; 650-b.h.p. Steam Haulage Engine, 506*; Annual Report, 673; Seafield Colliery, 678; Need to Improve Coal Production, 736
  • — College of Horology, ©pen Day, 388
  • of Rubber Technology, Television Apparatus at, 66, 88*
  • — Federated Electrical Association, Wage
  • Claim Against, 63, 95, 127, 159; 191, 223, 255, 383, 415; Wage Increase Awarded, 543
  • — Foundry College, Wolverhampton, Opening
  • of Permanent Accommodation, 292
  • — Fuels Corporation Process for Coke
  • Making, 277
  • National Gas and Oil Engine Co., Ltd., 2,720-b.h.p. Diesel Engine for Whale- Catcher “ Setter IX ”, 374*
  • — General Export Merchants’ Group, Booklet
  • on Export Selling, 610
  • — Industrial Fuel Efficiency Service, Forma
  • tion of, 611; Functions of, 679
  • — Joint Advisory Council, Ministry of
  • Labour, Views on Need for Good Industrial Relations, 191
  • — Physical ' Laboratory, Precision X-Ray
  • Diffraction Spectrometer Ring, by D. C. Barnes and C. Wainwright, 82*; Diffraction Gratings for Length Measurement and Machine-Tool Control, 263; Five-ton Deadweight Standard of Load, by H. V. Pollard and R. G. Hitchcock, 468*; Wind Tunnel Tests of H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,” 486, 523, 540, 565; Metallurgical Department, Extensions at, 514, 520*; Ship Model Tests at, 618; Annual Report and Open Day, 652*; 3,200-kV Impulse
  • Generator, 625*; Accurate Alignment Over Long Distances, by P. W. Harrison, 654*; Wind-Tunnel Experiments on Model of Jodrell Bank Radio-Telescope, 826
  • National Research Development Corporation
  • Bulletin, 546
  • — Service, Inquiry into Effects of, 800
  • — Smoke Abatement Society, Memorandum
  • on Smoke Abatement, 707
  • — Society of Master Patternmakers, Objects
  • of, 549, 611
  • Nationalisation of Industry, Case Against, 287; Proposals for, 639; Criticism of Labour Party’s Proposals, 736
  • Nationalised Industries, Proposed, Select Committee on, 223
  • Natural Gas, Prospecting by Gas Council 168 at Sui, Pakistan, 423
  • Nature, Power over, in Modern World, 385.
  • See LETTER, 451 Naval Aeronautics. See Aeronautics
  • Naval Architects, Institution of :
  • Samuel Baxter Prize, 199
  • Research Scholarship for Application of Light Alloys, 523
  • Spring Meeting:
  • Report of Council, 486 Election of Officers, 486 Presidential Address by Lord Runciman on Work of Institution, 486
  • Annual Dinner, 523
  • Reports of Discussions, 486,- 522, 554, 586, 618, 651, 681. See Errata, 681
  • Her Majesty’s Yacht “ Britannia,” by Sir V. Shepheard, 540*, 565*. See 4 86, 522
  • Note on Large Trawlers, by Prof. H. E. Jaeger, 554
  • Underwater Television, by Lieut.-Comdr.
  • J. N. Bathurst, 555. See Errata, 681
  • Corrugations of Bottom Shell Plating, by J. M. Murray, 586
  • Application of Wave Resistance Calculations to Ship Hull Design, by A. Emerson, 586. See Errata, 681
  • Ship Performance and Model Prediction, by Dr. J. F. Allan and H. J. S. Canham, 618
  • Friction and Form Resistance in Turbulent Flow and Proposed Formulation for Use in Model and Ship Correlation, by Dr. G. Hughes, 618, 651 Model Experiments on Series of 0-65 Block Coefficient Forms
  • Part I. Effect of Variation in L.C.B. Position and Bilge Radius on Resistance and Propulsion, by N. V. Almy and Dr. G. Hughes, 681
  • Part II. Effect on Resistance of Variations in Breadth-Draught Ratio and Length-Displacement Ratio, by M. Meek and J. M. Ferguson, 681 Naval Architecture. See also Warships
  • — See also Warships Navigation Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — Congresses, Permanent International Asso
  • ciation of, British Section, London Meeting, Report of Proceedings, 808 Navigational Aids and Safety in Ships, .356
  • — Equipment, H.M. Yacht, “ Britannia,” 566 S.S. “ Arcadia,” 664
  • “ Navigator,” M.S., of Decca Radar, Ltd.,
  • Equipment of, 615 Navvy. See Excavating Navy British. See H.M. under Warships
  • — United States. See United States under
  • Warships
  • — See also Naval; Warships
  • Neal, R. H., and Co., Ltd., Grabs for Cranes (Trade Publication), 103; Films of Mobile Cranes, 391
  • Nechells “ B ” Power Station, Switchgear at, 502*; Plant of 660*
  • Neill, R. A., the Late, 453 Nelson, H. M., on Dynamical Analogies, 775.
  • See LETTERS, 67, 162, 805*
  • Netherlands, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Summer Meeting, 804
  • Network Analyser for Electrical Industry, 602* Impedance (A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd.), 560*
  • New Year Honours List, 36
  • — York, International “ Automation ” Expo
  • sition, Arrangements for, 518
  • — Zealand, Water and Geothermal Projects
  • in, Report, 67; Ministry of Public Works, Rimutaka Tunnel, 623
  • Newberry, C. W., on Squat Load-Measuring Gauge, 339*. See LETTER, 387
  • Newcastle-upon-Tyne General Hospital, Linear Accelerator for X-Ray Treatment, 694*
  • Newcomen Society, Origins of Mechanical Servo-Mechanisms, by H. G. Conway, 152; Aaron Manby, Builder of First Iron Steamship, by Dr. W. H. Chaloner and Dr. W. O. Henderson, 229; Dickinson Lecture by Dr. C. Singer on Work of Dr. H. W. Dickinson, 559, 646; Presentation of Dickinson Medal, 559, 646*; Summer Meeting, Cornwall, Cornish Mining History, by A. K. H. Jenkin, 712 Newman Industries, Ltd., Machine Tools (Trade Publication), 297
  • Newman, R. W., the Late, 485 Newton Collins, Ltd., Ventilating Plant for
  • Refuse-Disposal Plant at Port Glasgow, 281
  • — Hydraulic Clamping System, 478* Newton, L. H., and Co., Ltd., Resilient Mounting
  • Bolt, 504*
  • N.F.C. Process for Coke Making, 277 Nicholas, C. E., the Late, 293
  • Nickel for Electronic Applications (H. Wiggin
  • and Co., Ltd.), 122*
  • — Graphitic, Properties of, 620
  • — Industry in 1953, 70
  • — Plating from Sulphamate Solution, 748 Nife Batteries, Ltd., 400-Ampere-Hour Battery,
  • Keadby Power Station, 273; Emergency Lighting (Trade Publication), 330
  • Nigeria, Kano Airport, 55-kW Diesel-Driven Generator for, 380*
  • Nimonic Alloys (Trade Publication), 266 Nitrogen, “ Nitroneal ” Generators for Producing (Baker Platinum, Ltd.), 311*
  • Nixon, E. W., on Permeability Tests of Blast- Furnace Raw Materials, 45
  • Nixon, F., on Effective Utilisation of Materials, 305*
  • Noise at Airports, Reduction of, 482
  • — from Motor Vehicles, Test Room for, 731*
  • — Reduction in Diesel Engines by Secondary
  • Fuel, 144
  • “ Nomad ” Turbo-Diesel Compound Aero Engine, 571*, 573. See LETTER, 611
  • Non-Conducting Coverings. See Heat Insulating
  • — Ferrous Metals. See Metals; Metallurgy
  • Nordenholt, G. F., on Saving Time in Drawing Office, 259. See 258
  • Norfolk, Flood Damage in, 34, 38
  • Norgren, C. A., Ltd., Air-Line Filters (Trade Publication), 744
  • Norlindh, S. E. M., on Swedish Rolling Mills for Bars and Rods, 810
  • Normanby Park Steelworks, Soaking-Pit Practice at, 783
  • Norris, A. H., on Soaking-Pit Practice at Normanby, 783
  • North British Locomotive Co., Ltd., Coal- Burning Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 34, 39; History of, 39; 4-8-4 Condensing Locomotive, 226, 250*
  • —- East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Stresses in Tanker During Launching, by A. J. Johnson and M. Meek, 238
  • North Eastern Swiss Power Supply Co., Gas Turbines at Beznau Power Station, 146*
  • North of England Engineering and Electrical Co., Ltd., Electrical Equipment for Swinburne Quarry, Northumberland, 759*
  • — of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, Conon
  • Valley Hydro-Electric Scheme, 90*; Annual Report, 294; Achonokie Scheme, 608; Shin-Caithness Transmission Line, 804
  • — Sea Flooding Conference. See Civil Engi
  • neers, Institution of
  • Storm Surges of January 31, 1953, 241*
  • — Wales Gas Grid, 830
  • Northampton Polytechnic, London, Lectures on Corrosion and Packaging, 199; National College of Horology Open Day, 388
  • Northern Aluminium Co., Ltd., Corrugated Aluminium Cladding, 407
  • Northfield Colliery, Lanarkshire, Restrictive Practices at, 287
  • Northumberland, Swinburne Quarry, Mechanical Plant at, 759*
  • Norton, Sir J. F., and Co., Ltd., Wiredrawing Machines for Aluminium, 539
  • Norton, J. L., on Design of Drive for Helicopters, 432*
  • Notch Shape, Effect of, Problems of, 368
  • Notes, Labour, 31, 63, 72, 127, 159, 191, 223, 255, 287, 319, 351, 383, 415, 447, 429, 511, 543, 575, 607, 639, 672, 704, 736, 768, 800, 832. See Labour
  • Nottingham University, Stuart Lecture on Long Life of Internal-Combustion Turbine, 717* •
  • Nuclear Reactors and Power Production, 289 313*
  • at Windscale, Cumberland, 610
  • Zephyr, Harwell, 265
  • — Research, European Co-operation in, 643 Nunhead Substation, British Railways, 282* Nunn, C. H., the Late, 37
  • Nu-Swift, Ltd., Fire Fighting Chemical, 401
  • Nut, Double-Cage, Manufacture of (M. Perks, Ltd.), 306*
  • — Hexagon, and Bolts, Cold-Formed, Machine
  • for (Review), 617
  • Nylon, Engineering Application of, 373*

Obituary:

  • Allardyce, W. L., 421
  • Arkless, J. C., 197
  • Backhouse, H. R., 69
  • Baird, W. A., 645
  • Baxter, P., 421
  • Benbow, W. E., 37
  • Benns, H. V., 421
  • Blake, Sir J. L., 679
  • Blakeborough, R. A., 69, 99
  • Bowman, A., 197
  • Campbell, A., 197
  • Carslaw, W. H., 293
  • Chaytor, H. J., 453
  • Clark, E. G., 548
  • Clarke, A. W. S., 517
  • Clench, C. A., 485
  • Cogswell, C. F., 69
  • Cooper, L. B., 69
  • Cooper, T., 711
  • Croft, Col. C. M., 773
  • Cunningham, Eng. Rear-Adml, J. E. G., 355
  • Danielsson, P., 37
  • Darlington, A. E., 355
  • Dunlop, L. V., 293
  • Du-Plat-Taylor, F. M. G., 679, 711
  • Fox, E. J„ 131
  • French, J., 99
  • Gimson, M., 227
  • Goodall, C. A., 197
  • Gueterbock, Co., Sir P. G. J., 355*
  • Hadley, A. E„ 517
  • Hall, Col. J. V., 293
  • Harris, F. H. B., 3
  • Harrison, E., 3
  • Hawley, D. D., 679
  • Heywood, S. H., 3
  • Hickey, F., 197
  • Hiddleston, S., 679
  • Hodgkin, J. E., 37
  • Hogan, J., 3
  • Holms, A. C., 197
  • Honda, Prof. K., 260
  • Honeyman, A. W., 37
  • Hovey, B. H., 711
  • Howorth, Col. G. E., 131
  • Jago, C., 773
  • James, A., 355
  • Jendrassik, G., 260*
  • Jones, C. W., 3
  • Kent, Sir S. H., 421
  • Kirk, A., 453
  • Law, E. F., 679, 711
  • Leek, A. E., 613
  • Lewis, J., 227
  • Lomonossoff, Dr. G. V., 131
  • Lorimer, W., 293
  • Luther, F. M., 645
  • MacFarlane, C., 613
  • Makemson, T., 773
  • Mathews, W., 548
  • McKenzie, Commdre. T., 580
  • Miller, N. H„ 197
  • Millikan, Dr. R. A.. 3*
  • Mills, Sir F., 37
  • Montrose, Duke of, 131
  • Moore, W. H., 355
  • Napier, J. W., 3
  • Neill, R. A., 453
  • Newman, R. W., 485
  • Nicholson, C. E., 293
  • Nunn, C. H., 37
  • Pallot, Rev. E. G„ 421
  • Parnail, Eng. Rear-Adml. W. R., 325
  • Pearn, H. W., 679
  • Read, T. S., 679
  • Rodger, D. G., 548
  • Rogers, J., 260
  • Ronayne, M. W., 197
  • Rota, General G., 99
  • Sanders, Sir J. O., 421
  • Scott-Paine, H., 548
  • Smith, H. P., 773
  • Snedden, W. P., 580
  • Stevens, H., 37
  • Stewart, Major C. J., 645
  • Sturgeon, A. J., 711
  • Thorneycroft, W., 548
  • Tookey, W. A., 227*
  • Tortise, Col. H. J., 293
  • Wade C„ 227
  • Ward, P. T„ 613
  • Warley, A., 227
  • Watson, Sir A., 548
  • Wellingham, Col. H. J., 613
  • Willcox, Dr. F. A., 645
  • Wolfe, Lieut.-Col. M. A., 293

Observatory and Tidal Institute, Liverpool,

  • Annual Report, 241*
  • “ Ocean Layer,” S.S., Conversion for Cable Laying, 371
  • O.E.E.C. Report on Motor-Vehicle Industry in United States, 287; Report on New Carbonisation Processes, 277; High-Purity Metals Mission to United States, 381; Report on Heavy Equipment for Power Stations, 423; Travel for Education Scheme, 505; Trade Review by, 642 Office Furniture (Trade Publication), 297
  • — Machinery Industry, Position and Pros
  • pects of, 395*. See LETTER, 483
  • Ogorkiewicz, R. M., on Diesel Engines in Agriculture, 309
  • Oil-Burning Installation, S.S. “ Arcadia,” 663
  • — Versus Coal for Gas-Turbine Locomotive
  • Operation, 593*
  • — Containers, Plastic (Trade Publication), 776
  • — Cooler, with Brass Sheet Casing (J. W.
  • Lawrence, Ltd.), 307*
  • — Discharging Plant, Queen Elizabeth II
  • Dock, 155*
  • — Distributing Equipment for Universal
  • Testing Machine, 752*
  • — Engines. See Engines, Oil; Tractors
  • — Fuel Burner, Automatic (Brockhouse
  • Heater Co., Ltd.), 61*
  • Burner, High-Efficiency (White’s Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.), 84*
  • for Diesel Engines, Two-Stage Filter for, 471
  • — — for Marine Gas Turbines, 722
  • Tanks, Dispensing Sludge in (Xzit (Great Britain), Ltd.), 120
  • — Gas Production from, Segas Process for,
  • 34, 52*
  • — Handling Installation at Eastham, 304
  • — for Internal-Combustion Engines, Desirable
  • Reduction in Duty on, 62
  • — Lubricating, Production at Coryton Oil
  • Refinery, 690*
  • — Motors. See Engines, Oil; Motor Vehicles;
  • Tractors
  • — Production (Trade Publication), 808
  • — Prospecting and Production and Fuel
  • Technology and Chemical, Gas and Mining Engineering (Review), 680
  • — Refinery, Aden, Electrical Control Equip
  • ment for (Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd.); 535*
  • Coryton, 687*
  • Fawley, Construction of, Report on, 353 Llandarcy, Extensions to, 799
  • — Seal, Spring-Loaded, “ Impax ” (C. Weston
  • and Co., Ltd.), 247*
  • — Switches. See Switchgear
  • — Tanker “ Auris,” 1,200-s.h.p. Gas Turbines
  • of, 720*
  • under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 190, 616
  • Corrosion Problems in, 589
  • — — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 294
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 31, 52, 150, 246, 279, 309, 330, 371, 391, 433, 527, 576, j6O8, 640, 699, 767, 808
  • During Launching, Stresses in, 238 “ World Harmony,” Launch of, 262*
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • — for Transformers, “ Passivated ” (Manches
  • ter Oil Refinery, Ltd.), 799
  • — and Water Mixture, Separator for (White’s
  • Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.), 150*
  • — See also Lubrication; Petroleum
  • Old Centralians Luncheons, 354, 514
  • Oldham and Son, Ltd., Portable Electric Lamp for Dangerous Atmospheres, 315
  • Olding, J., and Co., Ltd., Onions Open-Bowl Scraper, 667*; Cable-Control Unit for Fordson-Major Tractor, 667; Wagon- Mounted Trenching Machine, 798*
  • Oliver Pell Control, Ltd., “ Varley ” Industrial Solenoids (Trade Publication), 456
  • Olympia. See Exhibition
  • Omnibus, Motor. See Motor Omnibus
  • — Trolley. See Trolley-Bus
  • “ One-Ten ” Mobile Air Compressor, 767 “ Onion ” Open-Bowl Scrapers, 667* Ontario, Canada, Load Frequency Control in Interconnected Electrical Systems, 786
  • — Copper Cliff Works, Oxygen-Production
  • Plant at, 375*
  • Open-Hearth Furnace. See Furnace
  • Openshaw, R., Presidential Address to Amalgamated Engineering Union, 639
  • Operating Wire Rope Cables for Hangar Door, 658*
  • Operational Research Club Reconstituted as Operational Research Society, 164
  • Optical Apparatus for Accurate Alignment Over Long Distances, 654*
  • — Work of National Physical Laboratory, 653*
  • — Workshop Principles, by C. Deve (Review),
  • 680
  • Orange Free State, Dynamic Braking on Mine Hoists, 285
  • Ore, Crushed, Continuous Magnetic Separator for (Rapid Magnetic Machines, Ltd.), 405*
  • — Iron, Beneficiation in Sweden, Survey of, 806 Sintering of,- Symposium on, 16, 45
  • — — Softening at High Temperatures, 17 Organisation for European- Economic Cooperation, Report’ on Aspects of Motor- Vehicle Industry in United States, 267; Report on New Carbonisation Processes, 277; High-Purity Metals Mission to United States, 3'81; Report on Heavy Equipment for Power Stations, 423; Travel for Education Scheme, 505; Trade Review by, 642
  • Orient Steam Navigation Co., S.S. “ Orsova,” 824*
  • O’Rorke, E. B., Decorations of S.S. “ Orsova,” 824*
  • Orr and Sembower, Inc., “ Packaged ” Boiler, 418, 441*
  • Oscilloscope and Pulse Equipment (Trade Publication), 488
  • Ostberg, G., on Annealing of White Cast Irons of High Sulphur to Manganese Ratios, 809
  • Outlook, Engineering, 2, 10*, 42*, 73*, 98, 103*, 136*, 162, 170*, 202*, 234*, 268*, 298*, 331*, 362*, 386, 394*. See LETTERS, 131, 226, 290, 483. See Erratum, 478
  • Ovens, Coke. See Coke Ovens
  • — Gas-Fired (J.L.S. Engineering Co., Ltd.),
  • 437*
  • Overhead Cranes. See Cranes
  • — Equipment for Tramways and Trolley-'
  • ’Buses (Trade Publication), 680
  • — Lines Power Transmission, Accidents
  • Through Contact with, 747
  • — — Power Transmission, British, Cost of, 138
  • — Power Transmission, British 132-kV and 275-kV, Re-Striking Voltage Conditions on, 716
  • Power Transmission, British 275 300-kV Transmission Scheme, 715
  • Power Transmission and Continuity of Supply, 65, 76
  • — — Power Transmission, Corrosion of Steel-
  • Cored Aluminium Conductors for, 183
  • Power Transmission in Europe, Evolution of, 647
  • — — Power Transmission, Extra-High Volt
  • age, 715
  • Power, Transmission, Kemano-Kitimat Hydro-Electric Scheme. 418, 431
  • Power Transmission, Owen Falls Hydro- Electric Scheme, 497*, 528*
  • — — Power Transmission, Shin-Caithness, 804 Power Transmission, Tubular Tower
  • for, 3
  • Power Transmission, 132-kV Wood-Pole Transmission Line, 600*
  • Overload Torque Limiter (Fords (Finsbury), Ltd.), 734*
  • “ Overloader ” Tractor mounted, ATI*
  • Owen Falls Construction Co., Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 290, 482, 497*, 528*, 579*
  • Owen Organisation, Catalogue of Films, 199 Oxford, City of, College of Technology, Art and Commerce, New Buildings for, 527
  • —- Meeting, British Association, Programme, 518
  • — Radio-Isotope Conference at, Arrange
  • ments for, 199
  • Oxhycarbon Co., Ltd., Portable Flame Cutter (Trade Publication), 456
  • Oxidation Processes, Conference on, Holland, Arrangements for, 271
  • Oxy-Acetylene Blowpipe. See Blowpipe Welding. See Welding
  • Oxygen Compressor, Oil-Free (Sulzer Brothers), 534*
  • — Production Plant “ Oxyton,” 375*
  • PACKAGING and Corrosion, Lectures at Northampton Polytechnic, London, 199
  • — Use of Desiccants in, Specification, 233 Packing Unit for Delicate Equipment (Brayhead Springs, Ltd.), 21*
  • Paddington Green Civil-Defence Centre, Heating, Ventilating and Power Plant for, 278*
  • Paint-Reconditioning Machine (Trade Publication), 488
  • Pakistan Petroleum, Ltd., Natural-Gas Pipeline, 423
  • — Sui, Natural Gas at, 423
  • Pallot, Rev, E. G., the Late, 421
  • Pametrada, 3,5OO-s.h.p. Gas Turbines, 721*
  • Panel, Selector, for Servicing Pneumatic Plant (G. Kent, Ltd.), 407
  • Pantyffynnon Colliery, Electric Drive for Slant Haulage Plant, 122*
  • Paper-Making Machines, Electric Drives for (Trade Publication), 712
  • Paraffin Engines. See Engines, Oil
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Paris Congress, International Commission on
  • Large Dams, Programme, 447
  • — International Conference on High-Tension
  • Networks. See High-Tension Networks, International Conference, Paris
  • — School of Electricity, 60th Anniversary, 647 Park Gate Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., 11-in.
  • Continuous Bar Rolling Mill, 819*
  • Parkes, Dr. E. W., on Design of Wings for Minimum Thermal Stress, 116
  • Parkhouse Road Bridge, Ardrossan, Report on Failure of, 34, 40
  • Parkwood (Brakes), Ltd., Exhaust Brake for Diesel-Engined Road Vehicles, 252*
  • Parnall, Engr. Rear-Adml. W. R., the Late, 325 Parsons, Sir C. A., Centenary of, 740*, 771;
  • Place in History of Mechanical Engineering, 771
  • Parsons, C. A., and Co., Ltd.. Coal-Burning Gas-Turbine Locomotive, 34, 39; Plant for Hebburn Switchgear Testing Station, 418, 442*, 716; 52.5-MW Turbo-
  • Generators, 660*; 500-s.h.p. Long-Life Gas Turbine, 718*; Steam Turbines for Calder Hall Atomic Power Station, 795*
  • — Lecture on Continuity of Electricity Supply,
  • 76. See 65
  • Parsons Marine Steam Turbine Co., Ltd., 12,500-s.h.p. Geared Turbines, S.S. “ World Harmony,” 262
  • Parsons, R. H., on Thermodynamics Applied to Heat Engines, 98. See LETTER, 35
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Steam; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • Particle Counting Instrument (Mullard Ltd.), 472
  • — Size, Assessment of, 594*
  • Pass, E., and Co., Ltd., Hydraulic-Thrust
  • Boring Machine for Cable and Pipe Ways Underground, 60*
  • Passenger Aeroplane. See Aeroplane under Aeronautics
  • — Steamers. See Steamers
  • “ Passivated ” Oil for Transformers, 799
  • Pastes, Powders and Liquids, Mixing Machine for (Trade Publication), 553
  • Patent Office Library, Periodicals at, Extensions, 518
  • Paterson Hughes Engineering Co., Ltd., Mechanical Charging of Iron-Foundry Cupolas, 217*
  • Patternmakers, Master, National Society of, Formation of, 549, 611
  • Patternmaking Machines. See Machine Tools Pauling and Co., Ltd., Port of Aden Developments, 293
  • Pavements, Flexible, C.B.R. Methods for Design of, by R. E. Kerkhoven and G. M. Dormon (Review), 169
  • “ Pay-as-You-See ” Television (Trade Publication), 140
  • Paynter, W., on Complacency of National Coal Board Regarding Existing Wage Rates, 31
  • Pearn, H. W., the Late, 679
  • Pearson, G., and Sons, Ltd., Radial Heating Plant for Nylon Fabrics, 30
  • Peat Production and Use in Scotland, 304
  • — Use in Power Stations, 138
  • — Scottish Committee on, Report, 304 Pedestrian Crossings, Coloured Concrete
  • Slabs for, 91
  • Peechi Dam Irrigation Scheme, India, 243*
  • Pegson, Ltd., Rock-Crushing Plant, Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 499; Coke Screening Plant, Portslade Gasworks, 656
  • “ Penetrascope ” Hardness Tester, 697*
  • Peninsular and Oriental Steam Navigation Co.,
  • S.S. “ Iberia,” 129, 134*; S.S. “ Arcadia,” 474*, 662*
  • Pension Scheme for Railwaymen, 768
  • Pentz, P. G., on Synthetic Resins in Foundry, 404
  • Periodicals, Methods of Circulating, 258
  • — at Patent Office Library, Extensions, 518
  • Perkins, F., Ltd., Diesel-Engine Manufacture in France, 387; Pneumatic Clamps and Fixtures for Machine Tools, 786*
  • Perks, M., Ltd., Manufacture of Double-Cage Nuts, 306*
  • Perloni, M., on Switching Overvoltages, 716
  • Permali, Ltd., High-Voltage Insulating Material, 634; Chemical Resisting Material, 634
  • Permanent International Association of Navigation Congresses, British Section. See Navigation Congresses, Permanent International Association of, British Section
  • — Magnets. See Magnets
  • — Way, Failure near Abington, Report on, 354
  • — — and Safetv on Railways, 326 Work, Mechanisation of, 492 Permeability of Iron-Ore Sinter Beds, 45
  • Perry Engineering Co., Aerial Ropeway for Warragamba Dam, 400*
  • Personal, 5, 37, 69,101,133, 167, 197, 229, 261, 293, 325, 357, 389, 421, 453, 485, 517, 548, 580, 613, 645, 679, 711, 742, 772, 805
  • Personnel Selection. Brochure of Ministry of Labour and National Service on, 159
  • Perspex Spheres, Calibration Grading of, 273* Peters, S. M., on Meterological Aspects of
  • North Sea Floods, 3.8. See 34
  • Petmar Industries, Ltd., Carpet Loom with “ Dynamatic ” Couplings, 732
  • Petrol Motors. See Aeronautics; Engines, Petrol; Tractors
  • — Tractors. See Tractors
  • Petroleum Information Bureau, Oil Production (Trade Publication), 808
  • — See also O/7; Engines, Oil
  • Petters, Ltd., Diesel Engines for Alternating- Current Generating Sets, 799*
  • Pfeil, Dr. L. B., on New Metals in Engineering, 620
  • pH Meter as Insulation Tester (W. G. Pye, Ltd.), 537
  • Philips Electrical, Ltd., Resistance Strain Gauges (Trade Publication), 103; DualCurrent Rectifier for Welding, 315; Arc- Welding Process for Motor-Cycle Frames, 349; Film on Production Aids, 371; Linear Accelerator for X-Ray Treatment, 694*; Clarifiers for Cooling Media, 793*
  • Phosphors for Scintillation Counters (Tsotope Developments, Ltd.), 263
  • Phosphorus Manufacture, Portishead Factory for (Albright and Wilson, Ltd.), 469
  • Photo-Electric Cell, Lead-Sulphide (Mullard Ltd.), 735
  • Control System for Converging Conveyors (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 344* Photographic Developer (Trade Publication), 72
  • Photography, Typesetting by, Developments in, 739
  • — Ultra-High Speed (Trade Publication), 425 Photomicrographs^ See Microphotographs
  • “ Photon ” Typesetting by, 739
  • Physical Laboratory^ See National Physical
  • — Process of Sintering Iron Ore, 16
  • — Society’s Scientific Apparatus Exhibition,
  • 472*, 537
  • — Work at National Physical Laboratory, 653
  • Physics, Applied Thermodynamics, by Dr.
  • A. C. Walshaw (Review), 72
  • — Compton Energy-Angle Relationship,
  • Graphs of, by A. T. Nelms (Review), 72

Physics, Institute of:

  • Stress Analysis Group: Conference on Thermal Stress: Proceedings, 98, 115
  • New Mechanics of Structural Analysis, by Prof. A. G. Pugsley, 115
  • Engineering Background to Thermal Problems of High-Speed Flight, by D. G. Rendel, 115
  • Kinetic Heating of Aircraft Structures, by Dr. P. B. Walker, 116
  • Problem of Thermal Stress in Aircraft Structures, by E. Loveless, 116
  • Design of Wings for Minimum Thermal Stress, by Dr. E. W. Parkes, 116
  • Some Structural Effects at High Rates of Heating, by I. L. G. Baillie, 116
  • Laboratory Simulation of Kinetic Heating, by W. H. Horton, 116
  • Thermoelastic Similarity, by A. J. Sobey, 116
  • Thermal Stresses in Gas-Turbine Engines, by K. B. Chamberlain, 116
  • Effect of Time on Mechanical Properties of Aircraft Metallic Materials at Elevated Temperatures, by G. Meikle, 116
  • Theoretical Methods for Analysis of Thermal Stress, by Prof. W. S. Hemp, 116
  • Axially Symmetrical Thermal Stress Problems, by Dr. R. D. Hoyle and E. James, 116
  • Some Notes on Measurement of Thermal Stress and Displacements in Turbine Machinery, by B. J. Terrell, 116
  • High-Temperature Strain Gauges, by D. A. Drew, 116
  • Non-Destructive Testing Group: Formation of, and Birmingham Meeting, Programme, 515
  • Physics of Ionosphere, 621. See Erratum, 748
  • — Klein-Nishina Formula from 10 Kev to
  • 500 Mev, Graphs of, by A. T. Nelms (Review), 72
  • — Radioactive Isotopes, Production, Proper
  • ties and Applications of, 630*
  • — Radio-Isotope Conference, Oxford, Ar
  • rangements for, 199
  • — See also Physical Society
  • Pickerings, Ltd., Centenary of, 421; Electric and Hand-Power Lifts (Trade Publication), 617
  • Pickman, D. O., on Arc Melting and Its Application to Casting of Molybdenum, 683 Piecework. See Labour
  • Pig Iron and Steel, Production Statistics in United Kingdom, 230, 358, 552
  • Pihlblad, K. E., on Fagersta Wire-Rod Mill, 810
  • Pile, Atomic, at Windscale Atomic Factory, 97, 124*
  • — of British Atomic Energy Research Organi
  • sation, 289, 313*
  • Pilkington, Sir H., on Plant for Industry, 674
  • Pinions. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Pipe Coupling, Self-Sealing (Dowty Auto Units, Ltd.), 152*
  • — Flanges Research Committee, Report, 275
  • — Flanging Jig, “ Twinner ” (D. Ross &
  • Partners, Ltd.), 478*
  • — Iron, Centrifugal Casting Machine (Ardelt-
  • werke, G.m.b.H.), 345*
  • — Laying Crane, Fitted to “ Challenger ”
  • Tractor (Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 629*
  • — and Piping Installations, Ferrous, Specifica
  • tion, 456
  • — Rubber Coupling for (British and Union
  • Rubber Manufacturing Co.), 446
  • — Soil and Waste, Code of Practice on, 266
  • — Steam. See Steam Pipes
  • — Steel, for Water, Gas, Sewage and Air
  • (Review), 425
  • — Underground, Hydraulic-Thrust Boring
  • Machine for, 60*
  • — See also Tubes
  • Pipeline Bridge! Queen Elizabeth II Dock, River Mersey, 155*
  • — Differential Pressure Gauge for Calibrating
  • Resistance of, 20*
  • — Natural-Gas, Sui to Karachi, Pakistan, 423
  • — Petroleum, Trans-Northem, from Montreal
  • to Toronto, 66, 78*
  • — 19 ft. Prestressed-Concrete, Derwent River
  • Hydro-Electric Scheme, 71
  • — Sludge, at Emile Huchet Power Station, 308 Pipework and Pipe Supports (Trade Publication), 712
  • Piping Installations and Pipes, Ferrous, Specification, 456
  • Pirelli-General Cable Works, Ltd., 66-kV Cable for British Railways, 282; 275-kV Cable, 452
  • Pistons of Oil Engines, Preventive Maintenance of, 427. See LETTER, 515
  • — Piston Rings and Cylinder Liners (Trade
  • Publication), 201
  • Piston Ring, Oil-Control “ Duaflex ” (Wellworthy, Ltd.), 409*
  • Replaced by Labyrinth Seals for Oil- Free Compressor, 533*
  • — for Two-Stroke Diesel Engine (Commer
  • Cars, Ltd.), 578, 598*
  • Pit Prop, 20-ton Hydraulic “ Monarch ” (Dowty Mining Equipment, Ltd.), 692* Steel and Wooden, Use of, 29
  • Pitot Tube, for Gas-Turbine Research, Traversing Mechanism for, 624*
  • Pitter Gauge and Precision Tool Co., Ltd., Monochromatic Interference Flatness Tester, 697*; Co-ordinate Table for Machine Tools, 697*
  • Pitting. See Corrosion
  • Pittsburgh, United States, Air-Pollution Control at, 550
  • Plane, Hand, and File Combined, “ Surform ” (?Firth Brown Tools, Ltd.), 86*
  • Planimeter Invented by J. Amsler-Laffon, 710 Planing Machine. See Machine Tools Plant Engineers, Incorporated, Annual Dinner, 189; Scarborough Conference: Presidential Address bj R. H. Cobbold on Plant Engineering, 679; Challenge of Modern Industry, by H. C. I. Rogers, 679; Function of National Industrial Fuel Efficiency Service, by Sir L. Hollinghurst, 679
  • — Maintenance Work-Study Conference, 263 Plastic Conduit for Corrosive Conditions
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 463
  • — Covered Steel Tube, “ Burcol ” (G. Burn,
  • Ltd.), 731
  • — Flow, Effect on Notch-Sensitivity of Metals,
  • 368
  • — Materials, Dielectric Welder for (Metro-
  • politan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 118*
  • — Oil Containers (Trade Publication), 776
  • — Theory for Trussed Steel Beam with Central
  • Load, 77*
  • Plastics Exhibition, Imperial Chemical Industries, Ltd., Deferment of, 256
  • — Moulding Tools (B.I.P. Tools, Ltd.), 765 Plates, Annular, Reinforced, Simply-Supported
  • Design of, 335*
  • — Bending Rolls. See Machine Tools
  • — Flat, Reinforced Holes in, Design of, 811*
  • — and Sheet Aluminium, Production by British
  • Aluminium Co., Ltd., 754*, 822*
  • — Structures, Carbon-Steel, Brittle Fracture
  • in, by M. E. Shank (Review), 585
  • — Submerged, Frictional-Resistance Experi
  • ments on, 651
  • Platform, Tipping, Hydraulically-Operated, for Motor Lorries (Link-Belt Co.), 219
  • Plating, Bottom, Shell, Ships’, Corrugations of, 586
  • — Electro. See Electra
  • Plessey Co., Ltd., Control Details for Radio Sets (Trade Publication), 140; Moulded- Track Potentiometer, 280; Electrolytic Capacitors (Trade Publication), 393; Variable Capacitors (Trade Publication), 456; Electronic Equipment, 472; Press Tool, 697*
  • Plumbago Linings for Molten-Metal Ladle (Morgan Crucible Co., Ltd.), 735
  • Plunger, Hydraulic, as Clamp (Power Jacks, Ltd.), 420
  • Plus-Gas Co., Ltd., Rust Preventive and Removing Fluids, 311
  • Plutonium Production at Windscale, Cumberland, 610
  • Plywood for Low-Speed Wind Tunnel (Flexo Plywood Industries, Ltd.), 790
  • Pneumatic Components, Ltd., Hose Coupling for Air Lines (Trade Publication), 585
  • — Diaphragm Units as Auxiliary Process Con
  • trollers (G. Kent, Ltd.), 699*
  • — Equipment (Trade Publication), 617
  • — Plant, Selector Panel for Servicing (G. Kent,
  • Ltd.); 407
  • — Tools. See Machine Tools
  • — Tyre, Agricultural, 21st Birthday of, 584
  • — Valves and Cylinders (Baldwin Instrument
  • Co., Ltd.)!; 821*
  • Miniature (Trade Publication), 9
  • — See also Compressed Air; Air Compressor Pochins (Manchester), Ltd., Launching Slipway
  • for Small Craft, 382*
  • Pode, E. J., on Relation of Gas and Steel Industries, 646
  • Polarographs (Trade Publication), 266
  • Pole-Hole Borer Mounted on Ferguson Tractor (Taymen, Ltd.), 221*
  • Polisher, Electrolytic (Nash and Thompson, Ltd.), 537
  • Pollard, H. V., on British Five-ton Deadweight Standard of Load; 468*
  • Pollution, Atmospheric, Control of, 546, 549*
  • — Research Board, Water, Annual Report, 584
  • — River, Tests of, Circular on, 271
  • Polmear, I. J., on Aged Aluminium-Copper Alloys, 682
  • Polytechnic. See Education
  • Pontoon, Shallow-Draught, Frictional-Resistance Experiments on, 651
  • Pope, Prof. J. A., on Training of Graduates in Mechanical Engineering; 4. See 2
  • Porn and Dunwoody, Ltd., 5-h.p. Single-Cylinder Diesel Engine, 254*
  • Port of Aden; Development Scheme for, 293
  • — Glasgow, Refuse-Disposal Plant at, 281*
  • — of Rangoon, Rebuilding of, 706
  • — Tennant Works, Swansea; Aluminium Wire
  • and Cable Co., Ltd., 538*
  • Portable Engine. See Engine
  • — Machine Tools. See Machine Tools
  • Portal Frame, All-Welded Aluminium, for Office Building (Head, Wrightson Aluminium Ltd.), 444*
  • Porter, A., and Co., Air-Conditioning Plant, 338* Portishead Factory for Phosphorus Manufacture (Albright and Wilson, Ltd.), 469
  • Portland Cement. See Cement Portobello Power Station, 162, 174*, 206* Portslade Gasworks 643, 656*
  • Post Office Cable Ship “ Alert,” Radio Equipment for, 284
  • Engineering Department, Research Station, Deep-Sea Telephone Repeater, 677 Engineering Union, Merger, 191, 287 London Directory, 1954 (Review), 297
  • Post Office Trade Unions, Merger of, 191, 287 Workers, Union of, Wage Claim of, 415, 447
  • Postmaster General, Report of Television Advisory Committee, 151; Regulations for Motor-Car Suppressors, 260; Statement on Television, 322
  • Potentiometer. See Electric
  • Powders, Continuous Sieving Plant for (Russell Constructions, Ltd.), 370*
  • — Liquids and Pastes, Mixing Machine for
  • (Trade Publication), 553..
  • Power, Atomic, Application to Industrial Uses, 582
  • Power, C. E., on Accountancy Service to Works Management, 642
  • — Conference, World, Vienna Meeting, 1956,
  • Arrangements for, 743
  • Power, Electrical Convention, British. See British Electrical Power Convention
  • — Factor Correction Equipment Exhibition,
  • Birmingham, 63
  • — and Fuel for the Nation, 770, 77,4
  • Power-Gas Corporation, Ltd., Segas Process for Gas Production from Oil, 34, 52*; Sulphuric-Acid Plant (Trade Publication), 330; Carbon-Dioxide Plant (Trade Publication), 776
  • — Hammer. See Hammer under Machine
  • Tools
  • — House, Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 155
  • Power Jacks, Ltd., Hydraulic Plunger as Clamp, 420 ; Newton Hydraulic Clamping System, 478*
  • — Kit, Hydraulic, “ Flexi-Force ” (Epco
  • Ltd.), 731
  • — Panel for Sound-Equipment Installation
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd-.). 605
  • — Plant, Hydro-Electric, Achonokie Scheme,
  • 608
  • Electric, Control of Dust and Fumes from, 552*
  • Electric, Cory ton Oil Refinery, 688*
  • — — Electric, Dalmarnock, Fire at, 375
  • — — Electric, Dekhela, Wave Excluder at, 684 Electric, Dunston, Dust Nuisance from,
  • 1122
  • Electric, Emile Huchet, Utilisation of Colliery Tailings at, 308
  • Electric, European, Heavy Equipment for, 423
  • Electric, Gas Turbines for, 723.
  • — Electric, Grading of Fly Ash from, 272* Electric, Interconnection of, 65, 76 Electric, Installed in Britain in 1953, 68 Electric, Keadby, 400-Ampere-Hour Battery for, 273
  • Electric, Nechells “ B,” Switchgear, 502*; Plant, 660*
  • Electric, North of Scotland, 294
  • Electric, Portobello, 162, 174*, 206* Electric, Projected in Burma, 706
  • Electric, Rheims, 1,250-kW Free-Piston Gas-Generator Turbo-Alternator, 686*
  • Electric, Steam Turbines for, 148
  • Electric, Uskmouth 60-MW Turbo- Generators, Tests of, 29*
  • See also Power Plants; Substations
  • — Supply, Electric, British Electricity Author
  • ity’s Pamphlet on, 164
  • Electric, British, Statistics, 259, 454, 597, 742
  • — — Electric, Link Between Britain and
  • France, 450, 464*. See LETTER, 515 Electric, Network Analyser for, 602*
  • Electric, for Park Gate Iron and Steel Co., Ltd., 820*
  • — — Electric, Planning and Operating of Systems, 426
  • Power, Supply, Electric, Production and
  • Nuclear Reactors, 289, 313*
  • Electric, Re-Equipment of Bond-street Substation, 604*
  • Electric, Revised Tariff for Bulk Supply, 62
  • Electric, Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 155 Electric, Queensland, Report on, 179 Electric, Stable-Voltage, Instrument for
  • (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 247 Electric, Statistics for December, 1953, 190
  • Electric, for Swinburne Quarry, Northumberland, 759*
  • Electric, Uganda, Annual Report, 290 Electric, in Wool-Textile Industry, 161
  • — System Performance, Analytical, Investiga
  • tion of, 426
  • — Transmission, Mechanical, Manual of
  • (Review), 393
  • Overhead Lines, Accidents through
  • Contact with, 747
  • Overhead Lines, British, Cost of, 138 Overhead Lines, British 132-kV and
  • 275-kV, Re-Striking Voltage Conditions on, 716
  • Overhead Lines, British 275/300-kV Transmission Scheme, 715
  • Overhead Lines, and Continuity of Supply, 65, 76
  • Overhead Lines, Corrosion of Steel-
  • Cored Aluminium Conductors for, 183 Overhead Lines, in Europe, Evolution of,
  • 647
  • Overhead Lines, Extra-High Voltage, 715 Overhead Lines, Kemano-Kitimat
  • Hydro-Electric Scheme, 418, 431 Overhead Lines, Owen Falls Hydro-
  • Electric Scheme, 497*, 528* Overhead Lines, Shin-Caithness, 804 Overhead Lines, Tubular Tower for, 3 Overhead Lines, 132-kV Wood-Pole
  • Transmission, 600*
  • Scheme, 100-kV Direct-Current, Gotland, 715
  • See also Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • — Water, Resources of Canada, 501
  • See also Hydraulic; Power Plants,
  • Hydro-Electric; Turbines, Hydraulic “Powermaster” “Packaged” Boiler, 418,
  • 441*
  • Practice, Codes of, Ministry of Works. See Standards
  • Precipitation Hardening of Non-Ferrous
  • Metals, 682
  • Precipitator, Electrostatic, for Atmospheric
  • Dusts, 550*
  • Precision Components (Barnet), Ltd., Terminal
  • Blocks (Trade Publication), 393 Press. See Machine Tools Pressed-Metal Industry, Productivity in, Re
  • view of,
  • Pressures and Temperatures, “ Knock ” in Petrol Engines, 111 *
  • — Vessels, Embedded Thermocouple for, 489* Plastic, for 3,000-lb. per sq. in. Pressure,
  • 372
  • Presidential Address to Amalgamated Engineering Union, by R. Openshaw, 639
  • — — to British Electrical Power Convention
  • by J. R. Beard on Consulting Engineers and Electrical Industry, 806- See 801 to Incorporated Plant Engineers, by
  • R. H. Cobbold on Plant Engineering, 679 to Institute of Fuel, by Dr. W. I. Jones
  • on Energy for Britain, 513
  • to Institute of Metals by Dr. S. F. Dorey on Metals and Marine Engineering) 589. See 583
  • to Institute of Motor Industry by S. S.
  • Dawes on Training for Motor Industry, 70 to Institution of Metallurgists by W.
  • Barr on Work of Institution, 775
  • to Institution of Mining Engineers by
  • N. E. Webster on Recruitment of Mining Engineers, 190
  • to Institution of Naval Architects by Lord Runciman on Work of Institution, 486
  • to Iron and Steel.Institute by Hon. R. G. Lyttelton on Social Consequences of Iron and Steel, 713. See 709
  • to Russo-British Chamber of Commerce by Sir G. S. Maginness on Trade with Russia, 578
  • to Sheffield Metallurgical Association by
  • F. H. Saniter on Research Work of
  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., 212. See 194
  • to Sheffield Society of Engineers and Metallurgists by R. E. S. Fisher on Fifty
  • Years of Heavy Engineering Plant, 196 to Society of Engineers by W. R.
  • Howard on Evolution of Ferro-Concrete, 200
  • Preston Paper Co., Ltd., Corrugated-Board
  • Plant with “ Dynamatic ” Coulings, 733 Prestressed Concrete. See Concrete, Prestressed
  • Priest Furnaces, Ltd., Furnaces for Falkirk Aluminium Wofks, 755
  • Priestman Brothers, Ltd., New Marfleet Works, 252
  • Primary Battery. See Cell under Electric Prince, F. W., on Knitting Machine, 290. See 202*
  • Printing, Colour, Machinery (Trade Publication), 456
  • — Machine Managers’ Trade Society, Pro
  • posed Merger of, 383
  • —| Trade Unions, Proposed Merger of, 383 Pritchett and Gold, Batteries for British Railways Substations, 283
  • Probability Functions, Normal, Tables of (Review), 393
  • Problems, Technical, Awaiting Solution, Booklet, 367
  • Process Controller (Trade Publication), 648
  • — Timer (Trade Publication), 425 Producer-Gas Plant, Portslade Gasworks, 657* Production Engineering Course, at Manchester
  • University, 678. See LETTER, 731
  • Production Engineers, Institution of, Southern Section: Conferences on Problems of Aircraft Production: Trend of Design, by D. Keith-Lucas, 7. See 2; Production Problems Arising from Trend of Design, by G. H. Dowty and S. P. Woodley, 7. See 2; User Problems Affecting Industry, by B. S. Shenstone and Air Marshal Sir R. O. Jones, 8. See 2. See Erratum, 157; “Production for Plenty” Exhibition, 194; Conference on Production, Arrangements for, 271 ; Derby Branch: Effective Utilisation of Materials, by F. Nixon, 305*
  • “ Production tor Plenty ” Exhibition, Olympia, 194
  • — and Time-Study Rating, 290, 301* Productivity Agency, European, Programme
  • of, 130
  • — Drive and Engineering Industries, 75
  • — in Pressed-Metal Industry, Review of,
  • — in Valves Industry, Review of, 198 Professional Engineers’ Appointment Bureau,
  • Work of, 540
  • — Workers, National Federation of, Employ-
  • msnt of Elderly Persons, 607
  • Profiling Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Prop, Pit, 20-ton Hydraulic “ Monarch ” (Dowty Mining Equipment, Ltd.), 692* Steel and Wooden, Use of, 29
  • Propeller, Marine, Controllable-Pitch, for Whale-Catcher “ Setter IX ” (J. Stone and Co. (Charlton), Ltd.), 374*
  • of H.M. Yacht “ Britannia/’ 486, 522, 540
  • Metals to Resist Cayitation Erosion, 589 —•,— Model Tests, and Ship Performance, 618 Variable-Pitch, for Large Trawlers, 554 Propulsion of Ships. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines; Turbines; Propellers; Ship Resistance
  • Protective Atmospheres, by A. G. Hotchkiss and H. M. Webber (Review), 519
  • — Clothing and Industrial Gloves (Trade
  • Publication), 41
  • Proving Ground, Lindley, Motor Industry Research Association^; 730*
  • Public Health Act, Smoke Nuisances Section of, 707
  • Engineering, Evolution of, 232 Publications, Trade, 9, 41, 72, 103, 140, 201, 266, 297, 330, 361, 393, 425, 456, 488, 553, 585, 617, 648, 680, 712, 744, 776, 808
  • Puckey, Sir W., on What is Good Design, 737 Pugsley, Prof. A. G., on New Mechanics of Structural Analysis, 115
  • Pulley Wheel and Dualok Locking Hub (Zerny Engineering Co., Ltd.), 600
  • Pulsators, Hydraulic, for Universal Testing Machine, 751*
  • Pulse and Oscilloscope Equipment (Trade Publication), 488
  • Pulsometer Engineering Co., Ltd., 17-h.p. Electrically-Driven Pumps, 528
  • Pulverised Coal Plant for 4,250-h.p. Gas Turbine for Locomotives, 562
  • — — Plant, Graviner Explosion Suppressors
  • for, 494*
  • Pulveriser for Clays and Talcs (Trade Publication), 201
  • — Coal, Portobello Power Station, 174*
  • — and Mixer for Soil-Stabilising Equipment
  • (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 54*
  • Pumps, Air. See Air Compressors
  • — Borehole, 62-h.p., Sulzer (Isler and Co., Ltd.),
  • 59
  • — Centrifugal, Integral with Removable
  • Stator (Sigmund Pumps, Ltd.), 118*
  • Process (Trade Publication), 553
  • — Coal, Rotary, for 4,250-h.p. Gas Turbine
  • for Locomotives, 562*
  • — Diaphragm, “ Linatex ” (Wilkinson Rubber
  • Linatex, Ltd.), 471*
  • — Electromagnetic, for Liquid Metals (Atomic
  • Energy Research Establishment), 473
  • — Fire, Portable, Gas-Turbine Driven (Sig
  • mund Pumps, Ltd.), 508*
  • — Fuel-Injection (C.A.V., Ltd.), 635* Injection, for Diesel Engine (Porn &
  • Dunwoody, Ltd.), 254*
  • — Hydraulic (Trade Publication), 488
  • — Lockheed Mark 8 (Automotive Products Co., Ltd.), 157*
  • Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 155
  • — Submersible, 350-h.p., Electrically-Driven
  • (Hayward-Tyler and Co., Ltd.), 55*
  • Pumped Storage Plants, Variable-Speed Synchronous Machines for, 685
  • Pumping Plant for Brewery Refrigeration Plant, 59*
  • — Coryton Oil Refinery, 688*
  • for Motor Fire-Float “ Alexander Grantham,” 120*
  • Nechells “ B ” Power Station, 661
  • — Portobello Power Station, 206* of Rand Water Board, 484
  • — Sludge, at Emile Huchet Power Station, 308
  • — Stations on Montreal to Toronto Petroleum
  • Pipeline, 66, 78*
  • Purchase Tax, Desirable Reductions, 62
  • Purefoy Engineering Co., Ltd., versus Sykes
  • Boxall and Co., Ltd., Legal Decision on, 454 Purification of Sewage. See Sewage
  • — of Water. See Water
  • Putnam, J. L., on Use of Auto-Radiography in Continuously-Cast Aluminium 683
  • Pye, W. G., Ltd., pH Meter as Insulation Tester, 537
  • Pye, Ltd., Television Equipment for Industry and Education, 66, 88*
  • Pyrene Co., I. td., Fire Suppression Equipment at ©wen Falls, 531
  • Pyrometer for Gas-Turbine Research, Traversing Mechanism for, 624*
  • QUANTOMETER, Spectrographic, for Aluminium Blocks (Applied Research Laboratories), 755*
  • Quarry, Swinburne, Northumberland, Mechanical Plant at, 759*
  • Quartz Particles, Assessment of Size of, 595
  • Quasi Arc Co.,x Ltd., Course on Welding
  • Design, 110; Research and Development Laboratories of, 476*
  • Queen Elizabeth II Dock of Manchester Ship Canal, 130, 153*
  • Queen’s Road Substation, British Railways, 283*
  • Queensland State Electricity Commission, Annual Report, 179
  • “ Quickv ” Portable Flame-Cutting Machine (Trade Publication), 456
  • RADAR for Airfields (Trade Publication), 266
  • — Equipment, S.S. “ Arcadia,” 664 of M.S. “ Navigator,”- 615
  • — for Marine Use (Trade Publication), 680
  • Radiation, Heat Transfer by, by J. H. McGuire (Review), 361
  • Radiator, Coolant, of Light Alloy (Marston Excelsior, Ltd.), 307*
  • Radio Altimeter for Aircraft (Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd.), 473*
  •  ?— Apparatus, Early, Model of, at Science Museum, 93
  • — Broadcasts Coronation Day (Review), 9
  • — Chemical Centre, Amersham Radioactive
  • Isotope Preparation Plant, 630*
  • — Communication and Electronic Engineering
  • Association, Mobile Radio in Industry (Trade Publication), 103
  • — Control of Municipal Services, 373
  • — Engineers, British Institution of, Industrial
  • Electronics Convention, Arrangements for, 413: Oxford Convention, Arrangements for, 710
  • — Equipment for Cable Ship “ Alert ”
  • (Mullard Ltd.), 284
  • of Motor Yacht “ Aries,” 647
  • S.S. “ Arcadia,” 664
  • — Isotope Conference, Oxford, Arrangements
  • for, 199
  • — Masts, Tubular. Welded, Tests of (British
  • Insulated Callender’s Construction Co., Ltd.), 57*
  • — Mobile, in Industry (Trade Publication), 103
  • — Research Board, Annual Report, 596
  • — Sets, Control Details for (Trade Publica
  • tion), 140
  • — Sound, Very High Frequencies for, 151
  • — Station, Transportable (Trade Publication),
  • 72
  • — Telephony Developments by Royal AircraP
  • Establishment, 372
  • — Telescope of Manchester University, 826*
  • — Valve Manufacture, Cinema Film of
  • (Mullard Ltd.), 421
  • — Wireless Telegraphy Act, 1949, Regulations
  • for Motor Car Suppressors, 260
  • — See also Television; Radar; Valves, Radio Radioactive Effluents, Treatment of, 584
  • — Tracer Foundry at National Physical
  • Laboratory, 514, 520*
  • Radiographic Studies of Sintering Iron Ores, 17 Radiovisor Parent, Ltd., Smoke Indicator (Trade Publication), 617
  • Radius Forming on Grinding Wheels (Trade Publication), 140
  • Rail breakages and Safety, 326 Railcars. See Carriages, Railway Railroad, Union Pacific, Gas-Turbine Locomotives for, 593
  • — See also Railways
  • Railway Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Argentine State, Condensing Locomotive
  • for, 226
  • — Australian Commonwealth, 955-h.p. Diesel- Electric Locomotives, 316*
  • — Brazilian, 1,000-h.p. Diesel-Electric Loco
  • motive, 505*
  • — Bridges. See Bridge
  • — British, Accidents in 1952, Report, 6;
  • Apprentice Training by, 30; Suggested Increases in Charges, 31; Examination of Railway Wage and Salary Structure, 31; Failure of Parkhouse Road Overbridge, Report on, 34, 40; Coal-burning Gas- Turbine Locomotive, 34, 39; Lighting of Willesden Carriage Sidings, 56*; Rolling-Stock Building Programme, 66, 70; Trials of 2,500-h.p. Electric Locomotive, 120; Multiple-Unit Electric Rolling Stock, 134; Prestressed-Concrete Beam for Goods-Shed Roof, 152; 2-10-0 Freight Locomotive, 158*; Rolling-Stock Programme, 170*. See LETTER, 226; Bridge at Carlisle with Steel Girders and Prestressed-Concrete Deck Slabs, 181*; Diesel Railcars for, 200; 135-Ton Transformer Wagon, 220* ; Frequency-Conversion on Southern Region, 258, 282*; Safety on, 326; 2,500-h.p. Co-Co Electric Locomotives, 344*; Derailment of “ Royal Scot,” Report on, 354; Clifton-Hall Tunnel Collapse, Report on, 358; Train Resistance Tests on, 390; Temple Mills Marshalling Yard, 422; Colour-Light Signalling on Southern Region, 422; Mechanisation of Permanent-Way Work on, 492; Track-Renewal Programme, 420; Buttressing of Retaining Wall, 509*; Derailment Between Wilnecote and Kingsbury, 515. See Erratum, 569; Suggested Methods for Reducing Costs on, 575; 250-h.p. Diesel Rail Cars, 601*; Standard 2-6-0 Tender Locomotive, 665*; Strike Due to Lodging-Turns Dispute, 672, 704, 736, 800; 4-6-2 Locomotive “Duke of Gloucester.” 705, 729*;
  • 2,000-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 735; Pension Scheme for Railwaymen, 768
  • — Carriage. See Carriage
  • — Congress, International, London: Reports
  • on Arrangements and Proceedings, 641, 709; Report on Improving Efficiency of Steam Locomotives, by C. T. Long, 274; Report on Protection of Electric-Railway Equipment, by J. F. M. De Boeck, 328; Report on Comparison of Electric Traction Systems, by S. B. Warder and Prof. C. Guzzanti, 481, 490; Wagon- Mounted Trenching Machine for Railway Track, 798*
  • Railway Developments in Burma, 706
  • — Electric, Comparison of Traction Systems
  • for, 481, 490
  • Protection of Equipment of, 328
  • — French National, Record Speed by 2-D-2
  • Electric Locomotive, 231; Locomotives on, 451
  • — German State, Condensing Locomotive for,
  • 226
  • —- and Harbour Administration, South African, 4-8-4 Condensing Locomotives, 226, 250*
  • — Influence of, on Early Iron and Steel Industry, 714
  • — Irish, Diesel-Electric Locomotives for, 610
  • — Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • — Lodging Turns, Strike Due to, 672, 704,
  • 736, 800
  • — London Transport Executive, Extensions
  • Abandoned by, 231
  • — Marshalling Yards, Strikes at, 575
  • — Materials, Film on Production (United
  • Steel Companies, Ltd.), 671
  • Motor Carriage. See Carriage
  • — New Zealand, Rimutaka Tunnel, 623
  • — Rolling Stock. See Carriages; Locomo
  • tives; Wagons
  • — Russian State, Condensing Locomotive
  • for, 226
  • — Safety on, 326
  • — Shopmen Demand for Ir '?’?ease in Wages of,
  • 447, 479, 511
  • — Signalling. See Signallin i
  • — South African, Condensin Steam Loco
  • motive on, 274
  • — Street. See Tramways
  • — Train Brake. See Brake
  • — Tube. See Underground; London Transport
  • Executive
  • — Underground. See Underground; London
  • Transport Executive
  • — Victorian, Government, Australia, 2,400-
  • h.p. Direct-Current Locomotives, 184*
  • — Wagons. See Wagons
  • — Western Australian Government, 410-h.p.
  • Diesel-Electric Locomotives, 50*; 250-h.p. Diesel-Mechanical Railcars, 792*
  • — See also Railroads
  • Railwaymen, National Union of, Examination of Railway Wage and Salary Structure, 31; Demands for Increased Wages for Railway Shopmen, 447, 479, 511; New Structure for Railwaymen’s Wages, 479, 511, 639; Suggestions for Reducing Costs of Railway Service, 575; Strikes at Railway-Marshalling Yards, 575; Strike Due to Lodging-Turns Dispute, 672, 704, 736, 800
  • — Pension Scheme for, 768
  • Rainfall on Lake Victoria, Uganda, 497
  • Rajan, R. D., on Peechi Dam Irrigation Scheme, 243*
  • Ram, Hydraulic, Fescolised (Trade Publication), 330
  • Ramsbottom, J., “ 4-ft. Shunter ” Loco
  • motive by, 772*
  • Rangoon, Port of, Rebuilding of, 706
  • Rankin, F., Suspension Device for Portable Welding and Riveting Equipment, 121*
  • Ransomes and Rapier, Ltd., Excavating, Handling and Concreting Equipment (Trade Publication), 72; Mobile Cranes (Trade Publication), 425
  • Rapid Magnetic Machines, Ltd., Magnetic Separator for Crushed Ore, 405*; SelfCleaning Permanent Magnet, 634
  • “ Rapidor ” Hacksaw Machine, Hydraulic Saw-Frame Support, 279*
  • Ratcliffe, J. A., on Physics of Ionosphere, 621. See Erratum, 748
  • Rathsman, B. G., on Gotland High-Voltage Transmission Systems, 715
  • Raw Materials and Engineering Industries, 42* Rayner, L. C. C., on Climatic Research Laboratory, Farnborough, 117
  • Rays. See X-Rays
  • Reactor, Atomic, Heavy-Water, at Harwell, 612
  • — Nuclear, and Power Production, 289, 313*
  • — for Tests of Large Alternators, 28*
  • — Uranium, at Calder Hall Atomic Power
  • Station, 795*
  • Read, T. S., the Late, 679
  • Rearmament Programme, Effec on Engineering Industries, 103*
  • Rebbeck, Sir F., on Higher-Wage Demands and Future Trends in Industry, 129, 134; on Shipbuilding Industry, 129, 134
  • “ Reciprojet ” Air Filter, 222*
  • “ Reclaim,” H.M.S., Television Equipment of, 555
  • Reclamation, Land, from the Wash, Investigations on, 491
  • Recorders, Tape (Trade Publication), 744 Recording and Indicating Instruments for Montreal to Toronto Petroleum Pipeline, 66, 80*
  • — Instruments, Sizes of Sensitised Material
  • for, Specification, 488
  • Recruits Needed by Engineering Profession, 543
  • Rectifiers. See Electric
  • Redler Conveyors, Ltd., Natural-Frequency Conveyors, 797*
  • Reduction Gears. See Gears; Marine Propulsion
  • Reed and Mallik, Ltd., Conon Valley Hydro- Electric Scheme, 90*
  • Rees Mace Marine Ltd., Radio Equipment for Motor Yacht “ Aries,” 647
  • Reference and Information Service, Co-opera- ive Industrial and Commercial, Work of, 39
  • Refinery, Oil, Aden, Electrical Control Equipment for (Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd.), 535* Coryton, 687*
  • Esso, Fawley, Construction of, Report on, 353
  • Llandarcy, Extensions to, 799 Refractories. All Basic, Life in Open Hearth
  • Furnaces, 713
  • Refrigerating Equipment, Marine (Trade Publication), 266
  • — Plant, Fish-Factory “ Fairtry,” 725
  • for Warragamba Dam, 400*
  • Refrigeration, Institute of, Annual Dinner, 389
  • — for Large Trawlers, 554
  • — Plants for Air-Conditioning Systems, 337* Brewery, of Ind Coope and Allsopp, Ltd.,
  • 58*
  • Refrigerators, Cooling Tubes for (Trade Publication), 808
  • Refuse-Disposal Plant at Port Glasgow, 281*
  • — Wood, Collection of (Trade Publication)
  • 553
  • Regenerative Furnace. See Furnace Reheating Furnace. See Furnace Reinforced Concrete. See Concrete
  • Reinforcement, Indented-Bar, for Concrete (Guest Keen and Nettlefolds (South Wales), Ltd.), 350*. See Erratum, 406
  • Relay, Capacitor Control (Ferranti, Ltd.), 315
  • Rendall, J. H., on Forgeability, Creep Strength and Ductility of Molybdenum, 683
  • Rendel, D. G., on Thermal Problem of High- Speed Flight, 115
  • Repeaters in Rolling Mills, Experience with, 810
  • Repellant, Water, for Masonry (Trade Publication), 393
  • Report, Agricultural Machinery in United Kingdom, 228
  • — American Farm-Tractor Manufacture, 228
  • — Annual, British Electrical and Allied Indus
  • tries Research Association, 581
  • British Electrical and Allied Manufacturers’ Association, 545
  • British Iron and Steel Federation, 581
  • British Iron and Steel Research Association, 713
  • British Overseas Airways Corporation, 643
  • Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, 386, 449
  • Engineers’ Council for Professional Development, 99
  • — — European Coal and Steel Community,
  • 581
  • — — Hydraulics Research Board, 684
  • — Imperial College of Science and Tech
  • nology, 75
  • — — Institute of Fuel, 518
  • Institute of Seaweed Research, 664
  • — — Liverpool Observatory and Tidal Insti
  • tute, 241*
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, 516
  • Metropolitan Water Board, 189
  • National Coal Board, 673
  • National Physical Laboratory, 652*
  • — — New Zealand Commissioner of Works,
  • 67
  • North of Scotland Hydro-Electric Board, 294
  • — — Queensland State Electricity Commis
  • sion, 179
  • Radio Research Board, 596
  • — — Road Research Board, 749
  • Uganda Electricity Board, 290
  • — — United States Steel Corporation, 392
  • — — Water Pollution Research Board, 584
  • — Brittle Fracture in Steel, Conference on, 295
  • — Cambridge University Department of
  • Engineering, 487
  • — Coastal Flooding, Departmental Com
  • mittees’, 769
  • — Collapse of Clifton-Hall Tunnel, 358
  • — Construction of Esso Refinery, Fawley, 353
  • — Education and Training for Management in
  • Iron and Steel Industry, 196
  • — Electrical Accidents and Their Causes, 1951,
  • Report on, 100
  • — European Coal and Steel Community, 324
  • — European Inland Transport, 738
  • — Failure of Parkhouse Road Bridge, Ardros-
  • san, 34, 40
  • — Industry and Science in Manchester Area,
  • 417
  • — of London and Home Counties Traffic
  • Advisory Committee, 675
  • — Motor Vehicle Industry in United States,
  • 167
  • — Pipe Flanges Research Committee, 275
  • — Railway Accidents in 1952, 6
  • — “ Royal Scot ” Derailment, 354
  • — Scottish Peat Committee, 304
  • — on Synthetic Detergents, 420
  • — Television Advisory Committee, to Post
  • master-General, 151
  • — Trade Mission to Middle East, 707
  • — Train Derailment Between Wilnecote and
  • Kingsbury, 515. See Erratum, 569
  • — United Kingdom Delegation to Burma, 706
  • — on World Bank, 163
  • — See also Board of Trade
  • Research in American Motor-Vehicle Industry, 267
  • — Association, Aircraft, Transonic Wind
  • Tunnel, 188*
  • Cast Iron, British, Work on Foundry Hazards, 454 ; “ Dusgard ” Unit for
  • Grinding Wheels, 606*
  • — — Electrical and Allied Industries, British,
  • Annual Luncheon, 578; Annual Report, 581; Report on Network Analyser, 602* Internal-Combustion Engine, Investigation on Noise Reduction in Diesel Engines, 144
  • Iron and Steel, British, Photo-Electric Dust Meter, 146; Annual Report, 713; Investigations on Wear of Graphite Electrodes, 784
  • Motor Industry, Lindley Laboratories and Proving Ground, 730*
  • Non-Ferrous Metals, British, Research on Electroplating and Lead-Pipe Production, 205; Annual Meeting, and Luncheon, 547
  • Shipbuilding, British, Ship Performance and Model Prediction Investigations, 618; Model Tests on Ship Forms of 0-65 Block Coefficient, 681
  • — — Value and Influence of, 449
  • Welding, British, Reference Block for Ultrasonic Testing, 157
  • — Atmospheric-Pollution, 546, 549*
  • — Board, Hydraulics, Annual Report, 684
  • Research, Board, Radio, Annual Report,
  • 596
  • Road, Annual Report, 749
  • Water Pollution, Annual Report, 584
  • — Council, Manchester Joint, Report on
  • Industry and Science, 417
  • — Department, Scientific and Industrial,
  • Annual Report, 386, 449
  • — and Design, Co-operation of, for Greater
  • Production, 263
  • — Development Corporation, National, Bulle
  • tin of, 546
  • — and Development Laboratories of Quasi
  • Arc Co., Ltd., 476*
  • — Establishment, Atomic Energy, Harwell,
  • Course on Electronics, 232; Zephyr Reactors at, 265; British Experimental Pile, 313*; Electromagnetic Pump for Liquid Metals, 473; Heavy-Water Atomic Reactor, 612
  • Ministry of Supply and Admiralty, Grants to, 675
  • — Fellowships, United States, Award of, 190
  • — and Iron and Steel Industry, 714
  • — Laboratory, Climatic, Farnborough, 117 Road, Concrete Slabs for Pedestrian
  • Crossings, 91; Road Load-Bearing Tests, 470*; Mobile Soil Boring Machine, 606*; Exhibition at, 638; Scottish Branch, Tests of Surface-Dressings Distributing Machines, 285
  • — Marine Turbine, Electronic Instruments for,
  • 276*
  • — Metallurgical, at National Physical Labora
  • tory, 514, 520*
  • — Nuclear, European Co-operation in, 643
  • — Operational, Club, Reconstituted as Oper
  • ational Research Society, 164
  • — Pipe Flanges, Committee on, Report, 275
  • — Seaweed, Institute of, Annual Report, 664
  • — Society, Ergonomics;; Annual Conference,
  • Arrangements for, 4116
  • — Station, Building, Squat Load-Measuring
  • Gauge, by C. W. Newberry, 339*. See LETTER, 387; Investigation on Cement for Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 500; Load-Measuring Devices for Wires, 812*
  • Fire, Exhibition of, 135
  • — —- Fuel, Experiments on Coke Making from
  • Non-Caking Coals, 285; Blending of Coal for Coke Production, 501
  • Hydraulics; Investigations of Land Reclamation from the Wash, 491
  • — and Test Rigs of Dowty Equipment, Ltd.,
  • 18*
  • — Unit, Work Measurement, Investigation of
  • Time-Study Rating, 290, 301*
  • — In United States, Expenditure on, 163
  • — Wave, Council of, Annual Conference, 500
  • — Work of United Steel Companies, Ltd.,
  • 194, 212*
  • — See also National Physical Laboratory Reservoirs, Conon Valley Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 90*
  • — of Metropolitan Water Board, 189
  • — Peechi Dam Irrigation Scheme, 243*
  • — of Rand Water Board, 484
  • Resin-Bonded Fibre-Glass (Trade Publication), 266
  • — Rubber-Like, Production of (Imperial
  • Chemical Industries, Ltd.), 445
  • — Synthetic, for Shell Moulding, Develop
  • ments of, 404
  • Resistance, Air. See >4zr and Aeronautics
  • — Electric. See Electric
  • — of Ships. See Ship Resistance
  • — Strain Gauges (Trade Publidation), 103
  • — Welding. See Welding
  • Respiration, Artificial, After Electric Shock, Methods of, 745
  • Retail Prices, Index of, 255, 832
  • Retired Engineers, Association of, Activities, 227
  • Retort, Vertical, Woodall-Duckham, Portslade Gasworks, 654*
  • Reviews, Book, 9, 41, 72, 102, 140, 169, 201, 233, 265, 297, 329, 361, 393, 425, 455, 487, 519, 553, 585, 617, 647, 680, 744
  • Reyrolle, A., and Co., Ltd., Compressed-Air Equipment for Switchgear (Trade Publication), 330; Hebburn Switchgear- Testing Station, 418, 442* 716; 132-kV Switchgear for Owen Falls, 532*; Impedance Network Analyser; 560*; Transformer Installation (Trade Publication), 648; Handbook of Protection Relays (Trade Publication), 648; Oil-Break High- Tension Switch, 701*
  • Rheims Power Station, 1,250-kW Free-Piston Gas-Generator Turbo-Alternator, 688* Rhodesias, Kariba and Kafue Hydro-Electric Schemes, 644
  • Rice Husks, “ Secondite’” Insulating Material From, 311
  • Richardsons Westgarth (Hartlepool), Ltd., 60-MW Turbo-Generators, Portobello Power Station, 174*, 206*
  • Riddervold, H. W., on Use of Repeaters in Looping Mill, 810
  • Riddles, R. A., 2-10-0 Freight Locomotive, British Railways, 158*; Standard 2-6-0 Tender Locomotive, 665*; 4-6-2 Express Passenger Locomotive, 705, 729*
  • Rigid Frame Formulas, by Dr.-Ing. A. Klein- logel (Review), 393. See LETTER, 805
  • Rimutaka Tunnel, New Zealand, 623 Rings, Piston. See Piston Rings Rippon, E. C., on On-Load Tap ©hanging
  • Equipment, 785
  • Risley Atomic Energy Organisation, 97, 124* River Clutha, New Zealand, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 67
  • — Derwent, Tasmania, Hydro-Electric Scheme,
  • 71
  • — Don Steelworks, Sheffield, Plant at, Fifty
  • Years Ago, 196
  • — Kafue, Kafue Hydro-Electric Scheme, 644
  • — Lee and Metropolitan Water Board, 189
  • — Manali, Southern India, Peechi Dam on,
  • 243*
  • — Pollution Tests, Circular on, 271
  • — and Sea Craft, Specialised (Trade Publica
  • tion), 72
  • — Severn, Investigations on Flooding by, 684
  • River Thames, Coryton Oil Refinery, 687*
  • Investigation on Flooding by, 684
  • Investigations on Pollution of, 584
  • — Waikato, New Zealand, Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 67
  • — Waitaki, New Zealand, Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 67
  • — White Nile, Owen Falls Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 482, 497*, 528*, 579*
  • — Zambesi, Kariba Gorge Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme 644
  • Rivet, Headless, Aluminium-Alloy, Investigations on, 398*
  • Riveter, Pneumatic. See Machine Tools
  • R.M. 60 Naval Gas Turbine, 622
  • Road Accidents. See Accidents
  • — Bridge over Firth of Forth, Proposed, 231 and Tunnel, Sweden to Denmark, 134
  • — and Commercial Transport, Traffic Prob
  • lems, 168
  • — Construction, Soil-Stabilising Equipment
  • for (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 54*
  • — Load-Bearing Tests of, 470*
  • — Locomotive Society, Presentation of Early
  • Traction Engine to Science Museum, 222*
  • — Research Board, Annual Report, 749
  • Laboratory, Concrete Slabs for Pedestrian Crossings, 91; Road Load-Bearing Tests, 470*; Mobile Soil Boring Machine, 606*; Exhibition at, 638; Scottish Branch, Tests of Surface-Dressings Distributing Machines, 285
  • — Roller Driven by Ferguson Tractor (E.V.
  • Twose, Ltd.), 220*
  • — Safety and Street Lighting, Connection
  • Between, 327
  • and Vehicle Maintenance, 327
  • — Stone Production at Swinburne Quarry,
  • Northumberland, 759*
  • — Surface Dressings Distributing Machines,
  • Tests of, 285
  • Stresses in, due to Traffic, 749
  • — Traction, Railless Electric. See Trolley
  • Bus
  • — Transport, and Diesel-Engined Omnibuses,
  • 258
  • Engineers, Institute of, Roads and Commercial Transport, by Dr. G. Charles- worth, 168; Some Factors Affecting Fuel Consumption, by W. T. Skinner, 749
  • — See also Tar-Macadam
  • Roadway Bridge and Tunnel, Sweden to Denmark 134
  • “ Robel ” Ties for Concrete Form-work (Trade Publication), 617
  • Robens, A., on Need for Capital Investments, 319
  • Roberts, D., and Co. (Engineers), Ltd., Ties for Form-work (Trade Publication), 617; Self-Propelled Loader for Loose Material, 445*
  • Robertson; B. L., on Sintering of Iron Ore, 45; on Rate of Sinter Production, 45
  • Robertson, N., on Napier “ Nomad ” Engine, 611. See 571*, 573
  • Robertson, W. H. A., and Co., Ltd., Cold Rolling Mills for Falkirk Aluminium Works, 757*; Wire-drawing Machines for Aluminium, 539
  • Robinson Coal-Shute, Control, 702*
  • Robinson, T., and Son, Ltd., Woodworking Machinery, 201
  • Rock-Wool Factory at Stirling of Cape Asbestos Co., Ltd., 350
  • Rocke International Corporation, Tape Recorders (Trade Publication), 744
  • Rockwell Machine Tool Co., Ltd., Surface Grinding Machines (Trade Publication), 266; Bemag Boring and Milling Machine, 377*
  • — Tests. See Hardness under Tests (Materials') Rocol, Ltd., Lubricants (Trade Publication),
  • 488
  • Rod, Aluminium, Manufactered by Aluminium Wire and Cable Co., Ltd., 538*
  • Rodger, D. G., the Late, 548
  • Roesch, G., on Drawings in Engineering, 775. See LETTERS, 611, 677, 707
  • Rogers, H. C. I., on Challenge of Modern Industry, 679
  • Rogers; J., the Late, 260
  • Roll, Forged-Steel, Cinema Film Manufacture of, 98, 100
  • — Plate-Bending. See Machine Tools
  • Roller Bearings. See Bearings
  • — Road. See Road Roller
  • Rolling, Hot, Roll-Pressure and Energy Consumption in, 806
  • — Mills of Aluminium Wire and Cable Co.,
  • Ltd., 538*
  • 11-in. Continuous Bar (Park Gate Iro1- and Steel Co., Ltd.), 819*
  • at Falkirk Works of British Aluminium Co., Ltd., 754*, 822*
  • Forged-Steel Rolls for, Cinema Film of Manufacture, 98, 100
  • Practice in Sweden, 810
  • Tapered Roller Bearings in, Cinema Film of (British Timken, Ltd.), 420
  • 25 Years’ Developments in, 782
  • — of Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys, Control
  • of Quality in, 649. See Errata, 712
  • — Stock, British Railways, Resistance Tests
  • of, 390
  • Building Programme for British Railways, 66, 70
  • Electric, of London Transport Executive, Wear of, 145
  • Electric, for Manchester-Glossop Line, 134
  • — — Industry, Position and Prospects of,
  • 170*. See LETTER, 226
  • See also Carriages; Locomotives; Wagons Rolls, Hon. C. S., Life and Work of, 612* Rolls-Royce, Ltd., 600-h.p., Oil Engines for Motor Launch 182; Brochure on Apprentice Training, 387; 93-b.h.p. Six-Cylinder Oil Engine, 446*; Jubilee of (Review), 612*; 5,400-h.p. Naval Gas Turbines,
  • 622; Gas Turbines, 717*
  • Ronayne, M. W., the Late, 197
  • Rontgen Rays. See X-Rays
  • Roof Chuck, 80-ton Hydraulic, for Mines (Dowty Mining Equipment, Ltd.), 692*
  • Roof Goods Shed, Prestressed-Concrete Beams for, 152
  • Roofing Material, Corrugated Aluminium Sheet for (Northern Aluminium Co., Ltd.), 407
  • Rootes, Ltd., 90-b.h.p. Opposed-Piston Diesel Engine, 578, 598*
  • Ropes, Coir, Hemp, Manila and Sisal, Specification, 71
  • — Wire. See Wire Ropes Ropeway, Aerial. See Wire Ropeway
  • Ross and Anglin, Pumping Stations, Montreal to Toronto Petroleum Pipeline, 66, 78*
  • Ross, D., and Partners, Ltd., Pipe-Flanging Jig “ Twinner,” 478*; “ Twinner ” 6-ton
  • Welding Manipulator, 758*
  • Rossi Continuous Casting Machine, Barrow Steelworks, 194, 213*
  • Rossier, C., on High-Voltage Networks Interconnections, 785
  • Rossiter, J. R., on North-Sea’ Storm Surges of January 31 and February, 1953, 241* Rota, General G., the Late, 99
  • Rotary Blowers. See Blowers; Turbo-Blowers
  • — Engine. See Engines; Aeronautics
  • Rotary Hoes, Ltd., Soil-Stabilisation Equipment, 54*; “ Bogmaster ” Tractor for
  • Water-logged Soils, 285*; 4-2-h.p. and 1-2-h.p. Petrol-Driven Cultivators, 787
  • — Pump. See Pump
  • Roto-Finish, Ltd., Barrelling Machine, 573* “ Rotoklene ” Self-Cleaning Fluid Strainer (Trade Publication), 617
  • Rotor for 15-MW Alternator, 529*
  • — Gas-Turbine, Temperatures in, 146*
  • — for Large Alternators, Design of, 685
  • “ Rotor-Loader ” for Handling Loose Material 445*
  • — for 60-MW Turbo-Generators, 206* Rouveral, Prof. W. S., on British Technical
  • Training, 321
  • Rover Gas Turbines, Ltd., 60-h.p. Industrial Gas Turbine, 507*
  • Rover Motor Co., Ltd., 200-h.p. Naval Gas
  • Turbines, 622
  • Rowland, F. E., and Co., Ltd., Duplex Surface Grinding Machine, 568*
  • Royal Aeronautical Society. See nautical
  • — Aircraft Establishment. See Aeronautics
  • — Engineers, Corps of, Training for, 133
  • — Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Inves
  • tigations on Hot Rolling, 806; and on Iron-Ore Beneficiation, 806
  • — Institution, Search for Lightness, by H.
  • Constant, 401
  • — Ordnance Factory, Bridgwater, Training
  • Scheme for Chemical Engineers; 199
  • — School of Mines; London, Summer School
  • in Mineral Dressing, 384

Royal Society:

  • North-Sea Storm Surge of January 31 and February 1, 1953, by J. R. Rossiter, 241
  • Work of Royal Aircraft Establishment, by Prof. A. A. Hall; 372. See 354
  • Annual Election of Fellows, 389
  • Conversazione and Exhibition, 677 Royal Society of Arts. See Arts
  • — United Service Institution, Science in War,
  • by Dr. O. H. Wansbrough-Jones, 133; Operational Applications for Water-Based Aircraft, by Group Capt. G. W. Williamson, 11991; Future of Air Power by Air Marshal Sir J. Slessor, 514
  • Royce, Sir H. F., Bt., Life and Work of, 612*, Royle, D., on Smoke-Limited Power Output of Diesel Engines, 144. See 130
  • Rubber Coupling for Pipes (British and Union
  • Rubber Manufacturing Co.), 446
  • — Factories and Air-Pollution Control, 552
  • — Industry, Accident Prevention in, 454
  • —Like Compound for Containers (Dunlop
  • Rubber Co., Ltd.), 516
  • — Products, Conductive and Anti-Static,
  • Resistance of, Specification, 488
  • — Silicone, Properties of (Midland Silicones,
  • Ltd.), 81
  • Rubery Owen and Co., Ltd., Automatic Guard for Press Brake, 284*
  • Rudberg, Prof. E., on Hypo-Eutectic Cast Irons, 809
  • Ruddock and Meighan, Ltd., Anti-Stripping Agent for! Tar Coatings, 735
  • Rugby, Willans Works, Preservation of “Fullagar” Diesel Engine at, 165*
  • Runciman, Lord, on Work of Institution of
  • Naval Architects, 486
  • Rupture Data for High-Temperature Steam- Pipe Steels, 457*. See LETTERS, 583, 643
  • Rural Electrification in Queensland, Use of Earth Return System, 179
  • Russell, Dr. A. E., on Choice of Power Unit for Civil Aeroplanes, 683
  • Russell Constructions, Ltd., Sieving Plant for Liquids and Powders, 370*
  • Russian State Railways, Condensing Locomotive for, 226
  • Russo-British Chamber of Commerce, Presidential Address of Sir G. S. Maginness on Trade with Russia, 578
  • Rust Preventive and Removing Fluids (Plus-
  • Gas Co., Ltd.), 311 Rusting. See Corrosion Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., Diesel Engine for
  • Brewery Refrigeration Plant, 58*; 750/ 1,000-kW Gas-Turbine Installation, 68;
  • 20 and 30-h.p. Diesel-Driven Narrow- Gauge Locomotives, 346*
  • SAFETY, Electrical, in Factories, 745
  • — in Employment (Inspection and Safety
  • Organisation) Bill, 230
  • — in Industry, Conference on, 454
  • — of Life at Sea. See Life-Saving
  • — Road, and Street Lighting . Connection
  • Between, 327
  • — in Transport, Cantor Lectures on, 326, 327,
  • 334
  • Safety Training Centre, Birmingham Industrial, Courses at, 743
  • — Treads and Flooring (Trade Publication),
  • 266
  • Saint. See St.
  • “ Salagraph ” Melesco (Trade Publication), 297
  • Salford Electrical Instruments, Ltd. Mobile Power Rectifier for Airfields 85*; Indicator for Bascule-Bridge Operating Equipment, 93; Stable-Voltage Power Supply Instruments, 247; Radio Altimeter for Aircraft, 473*; Precision Potentiometers, 733*
  • Salisbury Precision Engineering, Ltd., “ Sherpa ” Hydraulic Hand Truck, 420
  • Salter, E., and Co., Ltd., 200-ton Spring Balance, 626*
  • Salvage of “ Comet ” Aircraft, 392
  • Salvesen, C., and Co., Motor Trawler and Fish Factory, “ Fairtry,” 724*
  • Sampler, Traversing, for Boiler Flues, 55 i*
  • Samuel, R. L., on Diffusion of Chromium into Non-Ferrous Metals, 748
  • Sand, Moulding, Development of Synthetic Resins for Use with, 404
  • Sanders, Sir J. O., the Late, 421
  • Sanderson Brothers and Newbould, Ltd., Engineers’ and Saw Files (Trade Publication), 201
  • Sandstrom, U., on Testing of 380-kV Circuit Breakers, 716
  • Sanitary Engineers, Institution of, Joints in Water-Retaining Structures, by P. L. Critchell, 379
  • Sanitation, Ancient and Modern, 232
  • Saniter, F. H., on Research Work of United Steel Companies, Ltd., 212*. See 194
  • Saunders-Roe (Anglesey), Ltd., Launching Slipway for Small Craft, 382*
  • Saws. See Machine Tools
  • “ Saxonia,” S.S., Launch of, 262*
  • Sayers, D. P., on Electric Power Link Between Britain and France, 464*. See 450. See LETTER, 515; on 275/300-kV British Transmission Scheme, 715
  • Scaffolding, Tubular (Trade Publication), 488
  • Scherzer Rolling-Lift System for Bascule Bridge, 92*
  • Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, 4-ton Mobile Crane for, 83C*
  • Scholarships. See Education
  • Sciaky Electric Welding Machines, Ltd., Data Book on Resistance Welding (Trade Publication), 9; Multiple-Projection and Cross-Wire Welding Machine, 635*; 75-kVA Pneumatically-Operated Seam Welder, 635
  • Science and Industry in Manchester, Report on, 417
  • — Museum, South Kensington, Model of
  • Early Radio Apparatus, 93; Aveling and Porter Traction Engine, 222*; Picture of “Astronomy” at, 591; Gas-Manufacture Gallery at, 742. See E)ratw7M,-8O8
  • — in United States for Year Ended June, 1953,
  • 163
  • — in War, 133
  • Scientific Apparatus Exhibition, Physical Society’s, 472*, 537
  • Exhibition, Royal Society’s, 677
  • — Management. See Works Management
  • — Research. See Research
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • Scientists and Technologists, Advanced Short Courses for, Conference on, 291
  • Scotland, Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in. See Engineers
  • — North, Hydro-Electric Board, Conon-
  • Valley Hydro-Electric Scheme, 90*; Annual Report, 294; Achonokie Scheme, 608; Shin-Caithness Transmission Line, 804
  • — Peat Production and Utilisation in, 304
  • — Secretary of State for, and Electricity
  • Reorganisation (Scotland), Bill, 194
  • — South, Electricity Board, Formation of,
  • 132
  • Scottish Council (Development and Industry), Scottish Industries Exhibition, 165
  • — Design Congress, Edinburgh, What is
  • Good Design, by Sir W. Puckey, 737
  • — Industrial Design Congress and Exhibition,
  • 360
  • — Industries Exhibition, Glasgow, Arrange
  • ments for, 739
  • Exhibition, London, 165
  • — Motor Show, Glasgow, 1955, 198
  • — Peat Committee’s Report, 304 Scott-Paine, FI., the Late, 548
  • Scovell, R. F., on Position of British Shipping, 770
  • Scrap Steel, Collection and Utilisation of, 226 Scraper, Open-Bowl, Onions (J. Olding and Co., Ltd.), 667*
  • Screen, Vibrator, with Electric Heating (H. Hawkins, Ltd.), 569*
  • Screening Plant for Coke, Portslade Gasworks, 656*
  • — — Sludge at Emile Huchet Power Station,
  • 308
  • — — Stone, Swinburne Quarry, 759* Screw-Cutting Lathe. See Lathe under
  • Machine Tools
  • — Propellers. See Propellers
  • — Thread, “ Matrix ” Tri-Roll Comparator
  • for, 697*
  • Unified (with Metric Equivalents), Specification, 9
  • Screwing Machine. See Machine Tools Scunthorpe, Blast Furnace, of Appleby- Frodingham Steel Co., 324
  • Sea Craft, Specialised (Trade Publication), 72
  • — Deep, Telephone Repeater for Use in, 677
  • — Defences of East Coast, Repair Work on,
  • 34, 38
  • Seafield Colliery, Fife, Inauguration of, 678
  • Seals, Labyrinth, Replace Piston Rings of Oil-Free Compressor, 533*
  • Sealing Materials, Endurance Testing Machine for (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 19*
  • Seamen’s Wages, Increase of, 31
  • Seaweed Harvesting Machinery, 664
  • — Research, Institute of, Annual Report, 664
  • “ Secomak Statair ” Blowers, 420
  • Secondary Battery. See Accumulator under Electric; also Motor Vehicles; Motor Trucks
  • “ Secondite ” Insulating Material, 311
  • Seetru” Resilient Mounting Bolt, 504*
  • “ Segas ” Process for Gas Production from OU, 34, 52*
  • Sejournet, J., on Ugine-Sejournet Process for Hot Extrusion of Steel, 463. See 450
  • “ Selecting the Man for the Job,” Brochure of Ministry of Labour and National Service, 159
  • Selson Machine Tool Co., Ltd., 4-in., High- Speed Single-Spindle Automatic Lathe, 413*
  • Selsyns for Transmitting Angular and Rotational Movements (British Thomson- Houston Co., Ltd.), 310*
  • Semmens, P. W. B., on Diesel Trains, 226. See 162, 170*
  • Senior Economisers, Ltd., Economisers, Portobello Power Station, 175*
  • Separator, Magnetic, for Crushed Ore (Rapid Magnetic Machines, Ltd.), 405*
  • — Oily-Water (White’s Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.), 150*
  • — Tube, Dunlab, for Coal-Burning Gas-Turbine for Locomotives, 563*
  • Serrations and Splines, Straight-Sided, Specification, 488
  • Service Aviation. See Aeronautics
  • Service Electric Co., Secomak Statair Blower, 420
  • Servo-Mechanisms, Mechanical, Origins of, 152
  • Servomex Controls, Ltd., Voltage Stabilisers, 472
  • “ Setter IX,” Whale-Catcher, 374*
  • Severn, River, Investigations on Flooding by, 684
  • Sewage Disposal and Water Pollution, 584
  • — Plant, Bury, High-Intensity Aeration at, 436 Epsom and Ewell, High-Intensity Aeration at, 436*
  • — Works, Effect Of Synthetic Detergents at, 420
  • Sewerage System Of London, Examination of, 500
  • Shaft Coupling. See Coupling
  • — Dynamometer. See Dynamometer and
  • Torsionmeter
  • — and Holes, Fitting of. See Gauges
  • “ Shear-Speed ” Gear Shapers, Work Clamp and Ejector for, 89*
  • — Tests. See Tests (Materials')
  • Shearing Machine. See Machine Tools
  • Sheet, Aluminium, Embossed (British Aluminium Co., Ltd.), 539
  • — and Plate Aluminium, Production by
  • British Aluminium Cd., Ltd., 754*, 822*
  • — Steel, Deep-Drawing Properties of, 806 Sheffield City Library, Bibliography on Shell
  • Moulding, 84
  • — Metallurgical Association, Presidential
  • Address by F. H. Saniter on Research Work of United Steel Companies, Ltd., 212*. See 194
  • — Society of Engineers and Metallurgists,
  • Presidential Address by R. E. S. Fisher on Fifty Years of Heavy Engineering Plant, 196
  • — Trades Historical Society, Annual General
  • Meeting, 483
  • Shell de Venezuela, Ltd., Triple-Screw Motor Launch, 182*
  • — Moulding, Bibliography on, 84
  • — — Effect on Foundry Conditions, 287
  • —- — Machine (Fairbairn Lawson Combe Barbour, Ltd.), 27*
  • Shell Oil Company of Canada, Ltd., Montreal to Toronto Pipeline, 66, 78*
  • Shell Petroleum Co., Ltd., Oil-Handling Installation at Eastham, 304; High- Voltage Capacitors for Transmission Lines in Oil Feids, 787
  • “ Shelmolda Duplus ” Moulding Machine, 728*
  • Shenstone, B. S., on Aircraft Production Problems, 8. See 2
  • Shepheard, Sir V., on Her Majesty’s Yacht “ Britannia,” 540*, 565*. See 486, 522
  • “ Sherpa ” Hydraulic Hand Truck, 420 Shin-Caithness Overhead Lines Power Transmission, 804
  • Ship of 0-65 Block Coefficient, Model Tests on, 681
  • — Bottom Shell Plating, Corrugations of, 586
  • — Canal. See Canal
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics,
  • 190, 616
  • — Diesel-Engined. See Motorships; Marine
  • Propulsion
  • — Fish Factory, Design of, 554
  • — Hull Design, Application of Wave Resist
  • ance to, 586. See Erratum, 681
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 294
  • — Launches and Trial Trips, 31, 52, 150, 246,
  • 279, 309, 330, 371, 391, 433, 503, 527, 576, 608, 640, 699, 767, 808
  • — Launching. See Launching
  • ' — Model Experiments. See Tank Experiments and Ship Resistance
  • — Motor. See Motorships; Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • — Performance and Model Prediction, 618
  • — Propellers. See Propellers
  • — Propulsion. See Marine Propulsion; Engines;
  • Turbines; Propellers
  • — Resistance, Hull Design and Wave Re
  • sistance, 588. See Erratum, 681
  • — — in Turbulent Flow, 651
  • — Safety in, Gray Lecture on, 356
  • — Windows for (Carron Co.), 475
  • — See also Marine; Motorships; Shipping;
  • Steamers; Warships
  • Shipbuilders and Engineers, North-East Coast Institution of. See North-East Coast
  • in Scotland. Institution of. See Engineers
  • Shipbuilding, “ Aaron Manby,” First Iron Steamship, 229
  • — Application of Wave Resistance to Hull
  • Design, 586. See Erratum, 681
  • — Corrugations of Bottom Shell Plating, 586
  • Shipbuilding Demand for Tramp Ships, 770
  • — Design of Large Trawlers, 554
  • — Draughtsmen, Wage Increase for, 575
  • — Industry, Effect of Foreign Competition,
  • 129, 134
  • — Employees, Wage Demands of, 63, 95
  • — Employers’ Federation, Wage Claims
  • Against, 63, 319, 351, 415, 447, 479, 511; Recommendations of Shipbuilding Court of Inquiry, 319
  • — and Engineering Unions, Confederation of,
  • Wage Claims of Shipbuilding and Engineering Employees, 63, 319, 351, 415, 447, 479, 511i, 607, 672; Recommendations of Shipbuilding and Engineering Courts of Inquiry, 319; Criticism of “Plan for Engineering,” 639
  • — Her Majesty’s Yacht “ Britannia,” 486,
  • 522, 540*, 565*
  • — Industry, Court of Inquiry into Wage
  • Dispute of, Report of, 319
  • Position and Prospects of, 298*, 319 and Steel Supply Difficulties, 40
  • Suggested Ban on Overtime in, 287, 415
  • Wage Claims in 63, 319, 351, 415, 447, 479, 511, 607, 672
  • — Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Annual
  • Report, 516
  • — Motor Fire-Float “ Alexander Grantham,”
  • 120*
  • = Trawler and Fish Factory “ Fairtry,” 724*
  • — Naval. See Warships
  • — Research Association, British, Ship Per
  • formance and Model Prediction Investigations, 618; Model Tests on Ship Forms of 0-65 Block Coefficient, 681
  • — and Safety Regulations for Ships, 356
  • — S.S. “ Arcadia,” 474*, 662*
  • — S.S. “Iberia,” Launch of, 129, 134*
  • — S.S. “ Orsova,” 824*
  • — S.S. “ Saxonia,” 262*
  • — S.S. “ World Harmony,” 262*
  • — Stresses in Oil Tanker During Launching,
  • 238
  • — by J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., Woolston,
  • 776
  • — Vessels Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 294 under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics,
  • 190, 616
  • — Whale-Catcher, “ Setter IX,” 374*
  • — See also Steamers; Naval; Warships
  • Shipping, Chamber of. United Kingdom, Position of British Shipping, by R. F. Scovell, 770
  • Shipwrights, Worshipful Company of, Prizes for Shipwright Apprentices, 387
  • Shock Absorber, Hydraulic Press for Testing (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 19*
  • Shop Management. See Works Management Short Brothers and Harland, Ltd., Suspension Device for Welding and Riveting Equipment, 121*; S.B.5 Adjustable-Wing
  • Research Aircraft, 122; Redundancy at Belfast Works of, 607, 768
  • Shortage of Science Teachers, Committee on, 556
  • Show. See Exhibition
  • Shuttering, Climbing, Use at Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 153*
  • Sidings, Willesden, Railway Carriage, Illumination System, 56*
  • Siebe, Gorman and Co., Ltd., Self-Contained Diving Apparatus, 724
  • Siemens-Martin Furnaces. See Furnaces Sierra Leone, Iron-Ore Concentrates, Sintering of, 45
  • Sieving Plant for Liquids and Powders (Russell Constructions, Ltd.), 370*
  • Sigma Instrument Co., Ltd., “ Liquicolumn ” Unit, 765*; “Superset” Electrical Comparator, 765*
  • Sigmund Pumps, Ltd., Integral Pump with Removable Stator, 118*; Portable Fire Pump with Gas-Turbine Drive, 508*; Centrifugal Process Pumps (Trade Publication), 553; Accelerator for Hot-Water Heating Installations, 734*
  • Signs, Symbols and Abbreviations, LETTER, Specification, 482
  • Signalling Equipment, Flame-Proof Intrinsic- ally-Safe (H. Wood and Co., Ltd.), 830*
  • — Railway, Colour-Light, on British Railways,
  • Southern Region, 422
  • Effect on Safety, 326
  • Silastomer, Properties of (Midland Silicones, Ltd.), 81
  • Silcock, J. M., on Structural Ageing of Aluminium-Copper Alloys, 682
  • Silencing and Filtration Equipment Exhibition (Vokes, Ltd.), 671
  • Silica Particles, Assessment of Size of, 595
  • Silicone “ Rubber,” Properties of (Midland Silicones, Ltd-.), 81
  • Silver City Airways, Air-Ferry Traffic of, 70 Simmonds Aerocessories, Ltd., “ Surform ” Combined Hand Plane and File, 86*
  • Simon-Carves, Ltd., Portishead Factory for Phosphorus Manufacture, 469
  • Simon Engineering Group, Velofeeder System for Pulverising Machines, 799*
  • “ Simplex ” System of Aeration of Sewage, 436*
  • Sims, Dr. L. G. A., on Measuring Fine Temperature Changes, 15*; on Temperature Measurement by Thermocouple and Galvanometer, 180*
  • Sims, L. G. R., on Heat Capacity of Laminations, 781
  • Singer, Dr. C., on Work of Dr. H. W. Dickinson, 559, 646*
  • Sinter Production at Appleby-Frodingham Steelworks, 194, 213
  • Sintering of Iron Ore, Symposium on, 16, 45 Skenfield, W. M., on Dynamical Analogies, 67.
  • See LETTERS, 162, 775, 805*
  • Skin Friction. See Air Resistance; Friction; Ship Resistance
  • Skinner, W. T., on Factors Affecting Fuel Consumption of Motor Vehicles, 749
  • Slabs, Concrete, Coloured, for Pedestrian Crossings, 91
  • — Deck, Prestressed-Concrete, for Railway
  • Bridge at Carlisle, 181*
  • Slessor, Air Marshal Sir J., on Future of Air Power, 514
  • Slide Rule for Tube Calculations (Tube Investments, Ltd.), 87
  • Slipway, Launching, for Small Craft of Saunders-Roe (Anglesey), Ltd., 382*
  • Sloan, S. G., on Small Electronic Computers, 483. See 331*, 395*
  • Slotting Machines. See Machine Tools
  • Sludge, Colliery, Utilisation at Emile Huchet
  • Power Station, 308
  • — in Fuel-Oil Tanks, Method of Dispersing
  • (Xzit (Great Britain), Ltd.), 120
  • — See also Sewage
  • Smart and Brown (Machine Tools), Ltd., “ Versatool ” Woodworking Machine, 312*
  • S.M.D. Engineers, Ltd., Aluminium Jibs for 7J-ton Grabbing Crane, 798
  • Smedsfelt, K. S., on 380-kV Series Capacitors in Sweden, 785
  • Smelting Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • Smith, C., on Factors Affecting Quality of Extrusion, 649. See Errata, 712
  • Smith, Engr.-Capt. E. C., on Centenary of Sir C. A. Parsons, 740*, 771
  • Smith, Col. Sir H., on Developments in Gas
  • Industry, 130
  • Smith, H. P., the Late, 773
  • Smith, J., on Aeronautical Work of R. J.
  • Mitchel], 162, 166
  • Smith, J. (Keighley), Ltd., Hose-Handling Crane and Pipeline Bridge, Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 155*
  • Smith, L., on Hammers and Chisels, 676*
  • Smith, W. H., and Co., Electrical Engineers, Ltd., Operating Equipment for Bascule Bridge, Barrow-in-Furness, 92*
  • Smith’s Aircraft Instruments, Ltd., Use of
  • G. E.C. Heavy Alloy by, 671
  • “ Smog ” and Air Pollution Control, 549* Smoke Abatement Society, National, Memorandum on Smoke Abatement, 707
  • — and Air-Pollution Control, 549*
  • — Exhaust from Diesel Engine, Reduction of,
  • 130, 144
  • — Generator for Tsetse-Fly Control (Tiltman
  • Langley Laboratories, Ltd.), 219*
  • — Indicator (Trade Publication), 617
  • — Reduction in London, Conference on,
  • Arrangements for, 355
  • Snap-Jack, Pneumatic, Light-Weight (Hymatic
  • Engineering Co., Ltd.), 348*
  • Snedden, W. P., the Late, 580
  • Snell, E. L., on Flood Damage to Essex Coast
  • Line, 39. See 34
  • Soaking-Pit Practice at Normanby Park
  • Steelworks, 783
  • Sobey, A. J., on Thermoeleastic Similarity, 116 Societe d’Etudes Mecaniques et Energetiques,
  • Free-Piston Gas Generator, 686*
  • — des Ingenieurs Civils de France, British
  • Section: Ugine-Sejournet Process for Hot Extrusion of Steel, by J. Sejournet, 463. See 450
  • Society of Engineers, Centenary Banquet, 645; Churchill Medal, Award to Sir W. Wallace, 645
  • — of Motor Manufacturers and Traders.
  • See Motor
  • — Technical and Scientific. See Institutions
  • — Trade. See Labour
  • Softener, Water. See Water
  • Soil Boring Machine, Mobile (Le Grand,
  • Sutcliffe and Gell, Ltd.), 606*
  • — Mechanics, British Council Courses, 231
  • — — Studies of Sea-Defence Failures, 34, 38
  • — Stabilisation Equipment (Rotary Hoes,
  • Ltd.), 54*
  • — and Waste Pipes, Code of Practice on, 266 Solenoids, Industrial (Trade Publication), 456 Solidification of Cast Irons, Investigations on,
  • 809
  • Solution, Degreasing (Trade Publication), 361 Somervaille, I. J., on Balancing a Rotating
  • Disc, 241*. See LETTERS, 323, 419 Sootblowers, Gun-Type, Portobello Power
  • Station, 175*
  • — and Tube-Cleaners (Trade Publication), 266 Sound-Equipment Installation, Power Panel
  • for (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 605
  • — — for Schools (Trade Publication), 393
  • — Radio, Very High Frequencies for, 151 Sounder, Echo, for Fishing Industry (Kelvin
  • and Hughes, Ltd.), 117
  • South Africa, Rand Water Board, 1903-53,
  • Work of, 484
  • — African Railways and Harbours Adminis
  • tration, 4-8-4 Condensing Locomotive, 226, 250*, 274
  • — East London Technical College, Courses on
  • Electronic Instruments, 81
  • — Kensington, Science Museum, Model of
  • Early Radio Apparatus, 93; Aveling &
  • Porter Traction Engine at, 222*; Picture of “Astronomy” at, 591; Gas-Manufacture Gallery at, 742. See Erratum, 808
  • — of Scotland Electricity Board, Formation
  • of, 132
  • — Wales Gas Grid, 830
  • — Iron and Steel Industry, 782
  • Southampton, King George V Dry Dock,
  • Caisson Gate, 438*
  • Southend, Storm Surge at, January 31, 1953, 241*
  • Southern India, Peechi Dam Irrigation Scheme,
  • 243*
  • Space Heaters, Oil-Fired (Trade Publication),
  • 103
  • Spain, Artias Hydro-Electric Scheme, 36-MVA Alternator, 316
  • Spalding, Dr. D. B., on Compressible Flow of Semi-Perfect Gas, Til*
  • Spalding, J. V., on East-Coast Flooding
  • Damage, 38. See 34
  • Spans, Reinforced-Concrete, Precast, for
  • Buildings (Beechams Buildings, Ltd.), 667* Spanner, Air-Operated (Trade Publication), 744 Sparling-Davis, Trans-Northern Petroleum
  • Pipeline, 66, 78*
  • Specifications, Standard. See Standards;
  • Standardisation
  • Spectrographic Equipment (Trade Publication),
  • 266
  • Spectrometer Ring, X-Ray Diffraction, 82*
  • Speed-Changing Gears. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • — Indicator, Gyrotron Angular Tachometer
  • (Sperry Gyroscope Co.), 152
  • — — Reed-Type Tachometer (Trade Pub
  • lication), 425
  • — Reduction Gears. See Gears; Gearing;
  • Marine Propulsion
  • — Regulation. See also Governor
  • — Trials. See Trials
  • Speedometer with Akulon Gears, 373*
  • Sperry Gyroscope Co., Gyrotron Angular Tachometer, 152; Use of G.E.C. Heavy Alloy by, 671*
  • Spheres, Perspex, Calibration Grading of, 273* Spillway, Luichart Dam, 90*
  • Spinning Mule with “ Dynamatic ” Coupling, 732
  • “ Spiratube ” Flexible Ducting, 187 Spirax-Sarco, Ltd., Heating and Process Steam (Trade Publication), 456
  • “ Spitfire ” Aeroplane Design by R. J. Mitchell, 162, 166
  • Splines and Serrations, Straight-Sided, Specification, 488
  • Splitter Panel, Sound-Absorbent, for Wind Tunnel (Cementation (Mufflelite), Ltd.), 789*
  • Sporn, P., bn Alternating-Current Transmission at Extra-High Voltage, 715
  • Spray Guns (Trade Publication), 776
  • — Unit for Hot Liquids, Two-Gun (Atlas
  • Diesel Co., Ltd.), 406*
  • Spring Materials, Nickel-Alloy (Trade Publication), 362
  • Springfields, Atomic Factory at, 97, 124* Spur Gearing. See Gears
  • Squire, H., and Sons, Ltd., Geared Press for Cold Forging of Wire and Strip, 24*
  • St. Andrews University, Opening of Ewing Building, 232
  • St. Anne Board Mill Co., Ltd., Trailer with Jekta Moving Floor, 596
  • St. Catherine’s College, Cambridge, Motor Industry Summer School, 157
  • Stabilisers, Denny-Brown, H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,” 486, 566*
  • “ Staffa-10 ” Lorry-Mounted Crane, 829*
  • “ Stamco” Aluminium-Sheet Corrugating Machine, 823*
  • Stamping Presses. See Machine Tools Standard of Load, Five-ton Deadweight, British, 468*
  • Standard Resistance Welders, Ltd., ElectroPneumatic Riveting and Projection Welding Machines, 246*
  • Standard Telephones and Cables, Ltd.., Coronation Telecommunications (Trade Publication), 140; 4-kVA Electronically- Controlled Spot Welder, 407*; Germanium Rectifiers (Trade Publication), 680*; Acoustic Controller (Trade Publication), 712; Supervisory Control (Trade Publication), 712
  • Standards Institution, British, Certification Mark for Zinc-Alloy Die-Castings, 263; Code of Practice on Soil and Waste Pipes, 266; Assumption of Responsibility for Codes of Practice, 358; Information Wanted on Rockwell Scales, 632
  • Standards Institution, British, Specifications, Unified Screw Threads, 9; Dimensions of Fractional Horse-Power Motors, 9; Tolerances for Mouldings in Thermosetting Materials, 41; Engineering Drawing-Office Practice, 66, 71; Steel Wire for Spring, 71; Chemical Stoneware, 71; Ropes (Coir, Hemp, Manila and Sisal), 71; Spring Washers, 71; Swaged Cable-End Connections and Assemblies for Aircraft, 169; Abrasive Discs, 169; Use of Structural Steel in Building, 233; Use of Desiccants in Packaging, 233; Gear Hobs, 265; Balata Belting, 266; Guide to Selection of Fits, 361; Power Factor and Permittivity of Insulating Materials, 361; Copper Capillary and Compression Tube Fittings, 425; Insulating Sheets, 425; Farm and Horticultural Electrical Installations, 425; Copper-Alloy Globe Valves, 456; Ferrous Pipes and Piping Installations, 456; Dimensions of Diamond Abrasive Wheels and Tools, 456; Letter Symbols, Signs and Abbreviations, 482; Straight-Sided Splines and Serrations, 488; Sizes of Sensitized Materials for Recording Instruments, 488; Resistance of Conductive and Anti-Static Rubber Products, 488; Dial Gauges for Linear Measurements, 648; Chains and Wheels for Single-Bottle Width Slat Conveyors, 648; Hand Hammers, 676
  • Standardisation and American Motor-Car Industry, 267
  • — in United States and Europe (Review), 329 Starter, Aircraft Engine (Westinghouse Brake
  • and Signal Co., Ltd.), 569*
  • — for Diesel Engines (Trade Publication), 617
  • — Motor. See Motors, Electric
  • State Railways. See Railways
  • Station, Hampstead, High-Speed Passenger Lift at (Waygood-Otis, Ltd.), 509*
  • — Power. See Power Stations Statistics, Trade. See Trade Stator for 15-MW Alternator, 528*
  • — for Large Alternators, Design of, 685
  • — Production for Electric Motors, by Brook
  • Motors, Ltd., 761*
  • — Removable, Integral with Pump, 118* Staythorpe Testing Station for 275-kV Cable,
  • 452
  • Steam Boats. See Steamers
  • — Boilers. See Boilers
  • — Compressor, Oil-Free (Sulzer Brothers),
  • 534*
  • — Condensation. See Condenser; Condensing
  • — Consumption. See Trials; Coal
  • — Engines. See Engines
  • — Heater for Vats (Ward’s Patents, Ltd.), 86*
  • — Heating and Process (Trade Publication),
  • 456
  • — High Pressure and Temperature, Portobello
  • Power Station, 174*, 206*
  • Pressure, and Temperature, for Ships and Power Stations, 148
  • Steam Pipes, High-Temperature, Design and Materials for, 457*. See LETTERS, 583,643
  • — — High-Temperature, Thickness of, 67.
  • See LETTERS, 131, 197, 259, 583, 643
  • — Plant, Superheaters for (Trade Publication),
  • 808
  • — Purity, Continuous Measurement of (Trade
  • Publication), 297
  • — Raising Towers at Calder Hall Atomic
  • Power Station, 795*
  • — Superheater. See Superheater
  • — Trials. See Trials
  • — Turbines. See Turbines
  • Steamer, “ Aaron Manby,” First Iron, 229
  • — “ Arcadia,” Twin-Screw Passenger and
  • Cargo, 474*, 662*
  • — under Construction, Lloyd’s Statistics, 190,
  • 616
  • — “ Empire Frome ” Conversion for' Cable
  • Laying, 371
  • — “ Empress of Canada,” Salving of, 359*
  • — Geared Turbines for'. See Marine Pro-
  • pulsion
  • — “ Iberia,” Launch of, 129, 134*
  • — Launched, Lloyd’s Statistics, 294
  • — Launching of. See Launching
  • — Oil-Tank, “ World Harmony,” Launch of,
  • 262*
  • — “ Ocean Layer,” Conversion for Cable
  • Laying, 371
  • — “ Orsova,” All-Welded Orient Liner, 824*
  • — Propulsion of. See Marine Propulsion;
  • Engines; Turbines; Propellers
  • — Resistance of. See Ship Resistance
  • — “ Saxonia,” Launch of, 262*
  • — “ Turbinia,” Radial Flow Turbines of, 741*,
  • 771
  • — See also Engines; Marine Propulsion; Ship
  • building; Shipping; Ships; Turbines; Warships
  • Steamships. See Ships; Steamers; Warships Stearine Amine Anti-Stripping Agent for Tar
  • Products (Ruddock and Meighan, Ltd.), 735
  • Steed, Dr. R. W., on Plastic Theory for Trussed Steel Beam with Central Load. 77*
  • Steels for Aircraft Production^ 2, 7. See Erratum, 157
  • — and Aluminium Alloys in Proximity, Elec
  • tro-Chemical Relations, 34
  • — Brittle Fracture in, Conference on, Report,
  • 295
  • — Carbon, Plate Structures, Brittle Fracture in, by M. E. Shank (Review), 585
  • — Case-Hardening of. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • — Castings (Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels,
  • Ltd.), 307*
  • — and Coal Community, European, Report on,
  • 324; Annual Report, 581
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • Steel and Cowlishaw, Ltd., Paint-Reconditioning Machine (Trade Publication), 488; Mixing Machines (Trade Publication), 553
  • — Fabrication, Press Brakes and Guillotines
  • (Trade Publication), 488
  • — Fatigue of. See Fatigue and Tests
  • (.Materials)
  • — Founders’ Association, British, Recom
  • mendations to Users and Makers of Steel Castings (Trade Publication), 330
  • — Foundry. See Foundry
  • — Fully-Hardened, Fatigue Problems of, 369
  • — Furnaces. See Furnaces
  • — and Gas Industries, Relation Between, 646
  • — Heat Treatment of. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • — for High-Temperature Steam Pipes, 457*.
  • See LETTERS, 583, 643
  • — High-Tensile, Carbon Dioxide as Cooling
  • Medium for Machining of, 157*
  • — Hot-Extrusion of, Ugine-Sejournet Process
  • for, 450, 463
  • “ Steel is Immortal,” Booklet on, 226
  • — Ingots, Production in United Kingdom, 230
  • •— and Iron Scrap Order, 134
  •  ?— Low-Alloy, Corrosion Resistance of, 713
  • — Making, 25 Years’ Developments in, 782
  • — Microstructure of. See Microphotographs
  • — Output by United States Steel Corporation,
  • 392
  • — and Pig Iron Production Statistics, 358, 552,
  • 693
  • — Pipes for, Gas, Water, Sewage and Air
  • (Review). 425
  • — for Steam Pipes. See Steam Pipes
  • — Plastic Strains in, Apparatus for Measuring,
  • 141*
  • — Production and Rising Demand, 770
  • — — Statistics for Europe, 40
  • — Rails. See Rails
  • “ Steel Ride ” Film, on Production of Railway Materials, 671
  • — Rolling Mills. See Rolling Mills
  • — Ropes. See JKfte Ropes
  • — for Steam. See Steam Pipes
  • — Stairdess, in Power Production, Film of,
  • Firth-Vickers Stainless Steels, Ltd’, 504
  • —i Stress Distribution in. See Stress: Tests (Materials)
  • — Structural, Use of, in Building, Specifica
  • tion. 233
  • —? Supply Difficulties for Shipbuilding Industry, 40
  • — Test® of. See Tests (Materials)
  • — Tube, Plastic-Covered, “ Burcol ” (G. Burn,
  • Ltd.), 731
  • — Tubular, Engineering, Film on, 544
  • — Vents for Core-Boxes (Temple Instruments^
  • Ltd.), 341*
  • — Works. See Works
  • Steels Engineering Products, Ltd., 1-ton Bate tery-Operated Self-Propelled Crane, 119*; Coles “ Colossus ” Mobile 92,000-lb. Crane, 797*
  • Steelwork, Structural, Use of Structural Steel in Building, Specification, 233
  • Steelworks. See Works
  • Stein and Atkinson, Ltd., Oil-Fired Billet- Heating Furnace for 11-in. Continuous Bar Rolling Mill, 819*
  • Stephens and Carter, Ltd., Tubular Scaffolding (Trade Publication), 488
  • Stephenson Engineering Society, Place of Sir C. A. Parsons in Mechanical Engineering, by Prof. A. F. Burstall, 771
  • Stephenson, George, Dial Cottage of, Proposed Preservation of, 419*, 451*
  • — Room at Institution of Mechanical Engi
  • neers, 323*
  • Sterling Metals, Ltd., Prefabricated Factory Building, 667*
  • Stern and Ball, Ltd., Steel Fabrication, Press Brakes and Guillotines (Trade Publication), 488
  • Stevedores and Dockers, National Amalgamated, Third-Party Insurance of Dockers
  • Against Accidents, 127; Overtime Dispute at London Docks, 159, 191, 255, 447 Stevens, H., the Late, 37
  • Stevenson, H. N. C., on Importance of Custom in Industrial Society, 614
  • Stewart, Major C. J., the Late, 645 Stewarts and Lloyds, Ltd., Storm Damage at
  • Bilston Steelworks, 168; Conversion of
  • Elongation Data (Trade Publication), 362; Cinema Film on Tubular Steel, 544
  • Stock, J. M., Owen Falls Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 483, 497*, 528*, 579* Stockholm, Royal Institute of Technology,
  • Investigations on Hot Rolling, 806; and on Iron-Ore Beneficiation, 806 Stocksbridge Steelworks, Oil-Fired Pre-Melter
  • for Electric-Arc Furnace at, 194, 212* Stoker, Mechanical, Inefficiency of, in Loco
  • motives, 274
  • — Travelling, for Burning Coke Breeze (J.
  • Thompson Water Tube Boilers, Ltd.), 527* Stone, J. and Co., Ltd., Heating and Lighting
  • Systems for Electric Railcars, 343*
  • Stone, J. and Co. (Charlton), Ltd., Controllable- Pitch Marine Propeller for Whale-Catcher “ Setter IX,” 374*
  • Stoneware, Chemical, Methods of Testing,
  • Specification, 71
  • Storage Battery. See Accumulator under
  • Electric; Motor Vehicles; Motor Trucks
  • — Tanks for Carbon Dioxide Cooling Medium,
  • 157*
  • Storch, Dr. H. H., Award of Melchett Medal to, 582
  • Storm of January 31 to February 1, 1953,
  • Damage by, 34, 38
  • — Surges on East Coast of England, 34, 38 North Sea, January 31, 1953, 241* Storr, C. P., on Power System Performance, 426 Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., Tar-Macadam Plant,
  • Swinburne Quarry, 760*
  • Stove, Hot-Blast, Bilston Steelworks, Storm Damage to, 168
  • Straightening Machine. See Machine Tools Strain Gauges, Resistance (Trade Publication),
  • 103
  • — Time Curves for Steam-Pipe Steels, 457*.
  • See LETTERS, 583, 643
  • — See also Stress
  • Strainer, Self-Cleaning (Trade Publication), 617 Streets. See Roads
  • — Lighting (Trade Publication), 808
  • and Road Safety, Connection Between,
  • 327
  • — Railway. See Tramways
  • Streine Tool and Manufacturing Co., Alumi
  • nium-Sheet Corrugating Machine, 823* Strength of Materials. See Stress and Tests
  • (Materials)
  • Stress, Alternating and Combined. See Tests (Materials)
  • — in Aluminium-Alloy Headless Rivets, 398*
  • — Corrosion Cracking, Problems of Mechan
  • ism of, 367
  • — in Flat Plates with Reinforced Holes, 811*
  • — History and Fatigue Damage, Relation
  • Between, 369
  • — in Oil Tanker During Launching, 238
  • — in Pipe Flanges, 275
  • — in Reinforced Annular Plates, 335*
  • — Repetitions. See Fatigue under Tests
  • (Materials)
  • — in Road Surfaces due to Traffic, 749
  • — Strain Diagrams for Steel, 141*
  • — Thermal, Conference on, 98, 115
  • — Working, in High-Temperature Steam Pipes,
  • 457*. See LETTERS, 583, 643
  • Strikes. See Labour Strip-Feeding Machine for Power Press
  • (Birmingham Tool and Gauge Co., Ltd.), *765
  • — and Wire, Geared Press for Cold Forging, 24* Stroboscope, Mechanical (Dawe Instruments,
  • Ltd.), 537
  • Strontium-90, Preparation and Uses of, 631* Structural Analysis by Digital Computers, 226, 239*
  • New Mechanics of, 115
  • — Design in Aluminium by J. B. Dwight
  • (Review), 265
  • — Steel in Building, Use of, Specification, 233
  • — Steelwork. See Steelwork
  • Structures, Carbon-Steel Plate, Brittle Fracture
  • in, by M. E. Shank (Review), 585
  • — Domain, of Ferromagnetic Metals, 590
  • — Reinforced-Concrete. See Concrete, Rein
  • forced
  • — Rigid-Frame, Collapse Load Factor for,
  • 210*
  • — Water-Retaining, Joints in, 379
  • Stuart Lecture on Long Life Internal-Combus
  • tion Turbine, 717*
  • Students of Engineering and Applied Science, Mathematics for, by L. B. Benny (Review), 744
  • Sturgeon, A. J., the Late, 711
  • Sturtevant Engineering Co., Ltd., TurboExhausters and Blowers (Trade Publication), 9; Electrostatic Precipitators, Portobello Power Station, 175; Wood- Refuse Collection (Trade Publication), 553 Subgrades and Granular Bases', Protection by
  • Surface Dressings (Review), 297 Submarine Boats. See Warships Submarine Cables, Ltd., S.S. “ Ocean Layer,”
  • for Cable Laying, 371; Transatlantic Telephone Cable, 452, 482
  • Submarine Television. See Television Substation, Bond-street, London, Re-Equipment with Mercury-Arc Rectifiers, 604*
  • — Outdoor, for Testing Plant for Large
  • Alternators, 28*
  • — Rectifier, British Railways, Southern Re
  • gion, 258, 282*
  • Suction Plant for Railway Carriage “ Blowing Out ” Shop (Musgrave and Co., Ltd.), 248* Suffolk, Flood Damage in 34, 38
  • Suffolk Iron Foundry (1920), Ltd., Low-Temperature Welding (Trade Publication), 361 Sugar-Processing Machinery (Trade Publication), 488
  • Sui, Pakistan, Natural Gas at, 423
  • Sully, Dr. A. H., on Metal Entrapment in Light-Alloy Melting Flux. 649
  • Sulphamate Solution Nickel Plating from, 748 Sulphur Dioxide and Air Pollution Control 549*
  • Sulphuric-Acid Plant (Trade Publication), 330 Sulzer Brothers, Ltd., Oil-Free Reciprocating Compressor, 533*
  • Sulzer Brothers (London), Ltd., 955-h.p. Diesel Engine for Locomotive, 317*
  • “ Superform ” Switch and Distribution Gear, 446*
  • Superheater Co., Ltd., Continuous Measurement of Steam Purity (Trade Publication) 297; Superheaters for Steam Plant (Trade Publication), 808
  • “ Superset ” Electrical Comparator, 765*
  • Supervising Electrical Engineers, Association of, Electrical Engineers’ Exhibition, 410; Annual Dinner, 487
  • Supervisory Control (Trade Publication), 712
  • — Staffs, Executives and Technicians, Asso
  • ciation of, Annual Conference, 800
  • Supply, Ministry of, Message to Atomic- Energy Organisation Staff, 39; Aircraft Fatigue Tests at Farnborough, 132*; Iron and Steel Scrap Order, 134; Training Scheme for Chemical Engineers, 199; Statement on Accelerating Aircraft Deve- looment, 322; Conqueror Tank, 483*; Cable Makers and Monopolies Commission, 674; Grants to Research Establishments, 675; Helicopter Research and Development by, 803
  • Suppression System, Explosion, for Industrial Plants (Graviner Manufacturing Co., Ltd.), 493*
  • Suppressor for Motor Vehicles, 260
  • Surface Condensers. See Condensers
  • — Grinding Machine. See Grinding under
  • Machine Tools
  • — Heaters, Electrical, Formed by Spraying
  • (D. Napier and Son, Ltd.), 378*
  • “ Surform ” Combined Hand Plane and File, 86*
  • Surges, Storm, on East Coast of England, 34, 38, 241*
  • Surrey Tool Development Co., Ltd., Exhibition of Yates Welding-Shop Plant, 669
  • Surveying, Optical Apparatus for Accurate Alignment Over Long Distances, 654*
  • Sutton, J. W., Winch Gear for Dover Car- Ferry Bridge, 25*
  • Svahn, Dr. O., on Deep-Drawing Properties of Steel, 806
  • Swallow Coach Building Co. (1935), Ltd.,
  • . Doretti Sports Motor Car, 120
  • Swarf, Cast-Iron, Briquetting of, by Leyland Motors Ltd., 217
  • Iron, Briquetting Press for (Fielding and Platt, Ltd.), 414*
  • Sweden, British-Swedish Chamber of Commerce in, Formation of, 614
  • — to Denmark Roadway Bridge and Tunnel,
  • 134
  • — Fagersta Steelworks, Extensions to, 358
  • — Fuel-Testing Chamber, Graviner Explosion
  • Suppressors for, 494*
  • — Gotland High-Voltage Transmission
  • Scheme, 715
  • — Iron and Steel Institute Meeting in, 806
  • — Power Transmission at Extra-High Voltages
  • in, 715
  • — Rolling Mill Practice in, 810
  • — 380-kV Series Capacitors in, 785
  • — Sintering of Iron Ores in, 17
  • Sweeper, Floor, Permanent-Magnet (Electromagnets, Ltd.), 634*
  • “ Swift-Feeder ” Machine for Power Press, 765*
  • Swinburne Quarry, Northumberland, Mechanical Plant at, 759*
  • Swindells, Dr. N., on Factors Affecting Quality of Extrusion, 649. See Erratum. 712
  • Switches, Motor Starting. See Motors, Electric
  • Switchgear, 11-kV, for Bond-street Substation (Switchgear and Cowans, Ltd.), 604*
  • — for British Railways, Southern Region, 282*
  • — Circuit-Breakers and Continuity of Elec
  • tricity Supply, 65, 76
  • — — .Breaker, Earth Leakage (Chilton Electric
  • Products, Ltd.), 544
  • Breakers for Electric Railways, Protection of, 328
  • — — Breaker, 380-kV Field Testing, 716 Breakers, High-Voltage, Post-Arc Currents in, 716
  • Breaker Testing, Weill Current for, 716
  • — Compressed-Air Equipment for (Trade
  • Publication), 330
  • Switchgear and Cowans, Ltd., 11-kV Switchgear for Bond-street Substation, 604*
  • — Direct-Current, for Bond-street Substation
  • (B. Thomas (Engineers), Ltd.), 605
  • — Flameproof (General Electric Co., Ltd.),
  • 793*
  • — 440-Volt Group Starter Board (General
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 635*
  • — for Kemano-Kitimat Hydro-Electric Scheme,
  • 431
  • — 11-kV Metal-Clad, Nechells “B” Power
  • Station, 502*, 661
  • —- Micro-Switches (Trade Publication), 617
  • — and Motor Control Gear (Trade Publica
  • tion), 41
  • — On-Load Tap Changing Equipment, 785
  • — Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 532*
  • — Portobello Power Station, 208*
  • —• Safety Measures for, 746
  • — for Slant Haulage Plant (General Electric
  • Co., Ltd.), 122*
  • — Switches (Trade Publication), 617
  • Contactor, Mercury, Triple-Pole (Lon- dex, Ltd.), 94
  • -— — High-Tension, Oil-Break (A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd.), 701*
  • Switchgear, Switches Mercury, for Mechanical- Handling Equipment (General Electric Co., Ltd.); 341
  • Oil, High-Tension (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 827*
  • — 33-kV On-Load Tapping (General
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 405*
  • Rotary, Multi-Pole (Brookhirst Switchgear, Ltd.), 84*
  • — Switchboard, Ironclad (Trade Publication),
  • 330
  • Totally-Enclosed (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 446*
  • — Switching Overvoltages, Limiting of, 716
  • — Testing Station, Hebburn, A. Reyrolle &
  • Co., Ltd., 418, 442*, 716
  • Switzerland, Beznau Power Station Experience with Gas Turbines at, 146*
  • — Power Transmission at Extra-High Voltages in, 715
  • Sydenham, Bell Green Gasworks, Segas Process for Gas Production, 34, 52*
  • Sydney Metropolitan Water Board, Warragamba Dam, 400*
  • Sykes Boxall and Co., Ltd., versus Purefoy Engineering Co., Ltd., Legal Decision on, 454
  • Symbols, Signs and Abbreviations, Letter, Specification, 482
  • T.8 NAVAL Gas Turbine, 622
  • Tables of 10x (Antilogarithms to Base 10) (Review), 201
  • — Binomial, 56-100, by H. G. Romig (Review),
  • 329
  • — of Natural Logarithms (Review), 232
  • — of Normal Probability Functions (Review),
  • 393
  • Tachometer. See Speed Indicator Tank, Army, Conqueror, 483*
  • — Experimental, Model Resistance in Turbu
  • lent-Flow Investigations, 651
  • Model Tests on Ship Forms of 0.65
  • Block Coefficient, 681
  • Model Tests and Ship Performance, 618 National Physical Laboratory, Work of, 653
  • Tests of H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,” 486, 522, 540*, 565*
  • See also Ship Resistance
  • — Fuel-Oil, Dispersing Sludge in (Xzit (Great
  • Britain), Ltd.), 120
  • — Ships, Motor. See Motorships; Oil
  • Tankers
  • — Steamers. See Steamers; Oil Tankers
  • — Storage, for Carbon Dioxide Cooling
  • Medium, 157*
  • Tapes, Magnetic, Computers and Diffraction Gratings for Machine-Tool Control (Ferranti, Ltd.), 766*
  • — Recorders (Trade Publication), 744
  • Tar Coatings, Anti-Stripping Agent for (Ruddock and Meighan, Ltd.), 735
  • — Macadam Plant, Swinburne Quarry (Sto-
  • thert and Pitt, Ltd.), 760*
  • Tasmania Hydro-Electric Commission, Derwent River Scheme, 71
  • Taxation and Engineering Industries, 62 Taylor and Challen, Ltd., Geared Press for Cold
  • Forging of Wire and Strip, 24*; 450-ton Screw Press with Power-Assisted Control
  • Gear, 434*
  • Taylor, Taylor and Hobson, Ltd., Microscope for Turbine Blading, 537
  • Taylor Woodrow Construction, Ltd., Atomic
  • Power Station at Calder Hall, 795*
  • Taymen, Ltd., Pole-Hole Borer Mounted on Ferguson Tractor, 221*
  • Teachers and Teaching. See Education Tebby, J. M., on Drawings in Engineering, 677.
  • See LETTERS, 611, 707, 775
  • Technical College and Education. See Education
  • — Lecture, by Dr. A. H. Willis (Review), 647
  • — Societies. See Institutions
  • Technologists and Scientists, Advanced Short
  • Courses for, Conference on, 291
  • Teddington Industrial Equipment, Ltd., Protection Instruments for Diesel Engines and Air Compressors, 380
  • Teeth, Gear. See Gear
  • Telecine Projection Equipment for Television (Marconi Wireless Telegrapn Co., Ltd.) 668*
  • Telecommunications, Coronation (Trade Publication), 140
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects of, 331*
  • — International, Cable and Wireless, Ltd., 482 Teleflex Products, Ltd., Window and Ventilator
  • Remote-Control System, 600*; Rotary Indicators (Trade Publication), 808 Telegraph Circuits, Long-Distance Error
  • Detection and Correction Equipment for (Cable and Wireless, Ltd-!)) 280* Telegraphy, Wireless. See Radar; Radio;
  • Television; Valves, Radio
  • “ Telehoist ” High-Low Loader, 797* Telephone Repeater, Deep-Sea, 677
  • — Transatlantic, Cables for (Submarine Cables
  • Ltd.), 452, 482
  • Submarine Cable, 59
  • Telephony, Wireless Developments, by Royal
  • Aircraft Establishment, 372
  • See also Radar; Radio; Television; Valves, Radio
  • Telescope, Radio, of Manchester University, 826*
  • Television Advisory Committee, Report to Postmaster-General, 151
  • — Bill, Introduction of, 322
  • — Camera, Submarine, Marconi-Siebe Gor
  • man, 253*. See 392, 555. See Erratum, 681
  • — Colour, Bibliography of, 802
  • System of (Marconi Wireless Telegraph
  • Co., Ltd.), 701
  • — Coronation Day (Review), 9
  • — Equipment Exhibition, King’s College,
  • London, 69
  • Image Orthicon Tube and Camera Equipment for, 668*
  • Television Equipment, Industrial (Electric and Musical Industries, Ltd.), 472*
  • for Industry and Education (Pye, Ltd.), 66, 88*
  • — Industry, Position and Prospects of, 331*
  • — “ Pay-as-You-See ” (Trade Publication), 140
  • — Reception, Interference from Motor Cars,
  • 260
  • — Society, Television Equipment Exhibition,
  • 69; Fleming Lecture on Colour Television, Arrangements for, 294; Bibliography of Colour Television, 802
  • — Underwater, 555. See Erratum, 681.
  • See 253,* 392
  • Use in Salvage of “ Comet ” Aircraft, 392
  • Temperature Changes, Fine, Measuring of, 15*
  • — High, Metals for Use at, 589
  • — Indicators (Trade Publication), 680
  • — Measurement. See Pyrometer; Thermo
  • couple; Thermometer
  • — and Pressures, “ Knock ” in Petrol Engines,
  • 111*
  • Tempering. See Heat Treatment under Metallurgy
  • Temple Instruments, Ltd., Steel Vents for Core- Boxes, 341*
  • — Mills Marshalling Yard, British Railways
  • 422
  • Templeborough Steelworks, Experiments with Open-Hearth Furnace at, 194, 212*
  • Templex Folding and Sliding Doors for Hangar, 658*
  • Tenders, Locomotive. See Locomotive
  • Tensile Tests1. See Tests (Materials)
  • Tension Indicator for Wires (Cambridge Instrument Co., Ltd.), 812*
  • Tensometer for Wires, Building Research Station, 812*
  • Tentor Bar Co., Ltd., Indented Bar Reinforcement for Concrete, 350*. See Erratum, 406
  • Terminal Blocks and Strips (Trade Publication), 393
  • Ternary Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • Terrell, B. J., on Measurement of Thermal Stress in Turbine Machinery, 116
  • Tesa, Ltd., “ Micromaster ” Micrometer, 87* Test, Adhesion, Quantitative, for Electrodeposited Chromium, 747
  • — Aeronautical. See Aeronautics
  • — of Allen-Stoeckhicht Epicyclic Reduction
  • Gearboxes, 185*
  • — and Certification of Intrinsically Safe
  • Electrical Apparatus (Review), 425
  • — of 4,250-h.p. Coal-Burning Gas Turbine
  • for Locomotives, 561*, 592*
  • — Corrosion. See Corrosion
  • — Drop, of Aircraft Undercarriages (Dowty
  • Equipment, Ltd.), 20*
  • Test Equipment, Ltd., Six-Component Vertical- Centre Balance, 791*
  • — 200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Driven Generator
  • 637*
  • — House, Aero-Engine, Compressor and Turbine, Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 214*
  • — Load-Bearing of Roads, 470*
  • — Magnetic. See Magnetic

Tests (Materials):

  • Bending Tests, Full-Scale, of 55-ft. Span Lee-McCall Prestressed-Concrete Beam, 815*
  • Compression Tests of Columns, 1.3*. See LETTER, 775
  • Creep Tests of Lead', Copper, Molybdenum and Aluminium Alloys, 682 Low-Alloy Steels at High Temperatures, 713
  • Elongation Data, Conversion Card (Trade Publication), 362
  • Fatigue Tests of Aircraft at Farnborough, 132*
  • Effects of Various Factors on, 368 Hardness Tests, Rockwell, Information Wanted on Scales Used) 632
  • Magnetic Tests. See Magnetic
  • Non-Destructive Tests of Wood, Problems of, 367
  • Shear Tests, Aluminium-Alloy Headless Rivets, 398*
  • Static Tests of Mild Steel, 142*
  • Stresses in Materials and Structures. See Stress
  • Tensile Tests, Aluminium-Alloy Headless Rivets, 398*
  • - — Tentor Reinforcement Bar, 350* See Erratum, 406
  • Tests for High-Temperature Steam-Pipe
  • Steels, 457*. See LETTERS, 583, 643
  • — of Pipe Flanges, 275
  • Testing Machine for Columns, II®*, See LETTER, 775
  • Hardness, “ Bracknell ” and “ Pene- trascope ” (Cabul Tool Co., Ltd.) 697*
  • Hardness, “ Burton ” (Burton Griffiths and Co., Ltd.), 765*
  • Hardness, “ Hardometer ” (Firth- Brown Tools, Ltd.), 697*
  • Universal, for Large Structures Belgian, 751*
  • Torsion Tests of Tubular Welded Radio Masts, 57*
  • Tests, Motor-Vehicle, by Motor Industry
  • Research Association, 730*
  • — Non-Destructive, for Structural Concrete,
  • 749
  • — and Research Rigs of Dowty Equipment,
  • Ltd., 18*
  • — River Pollution, Circular on, 271
  • — of Road-Surface Dressings Distribution
  • Machines, 285
  • — of Submarine Power Cables, for Link
  • Between Britain and France, 450, 464*. See LETTER, 515
  • — Train Resistance, on British Railways, 390
  • — of Tubular Transmission-Line Tower, 3
  • — of Tubular Welded Radio Masts (British
  • Insulated Callender’s Construction Co., Ltd.), 57*
  • Testing, Electrical, Safety Measures for, 746
  • — Field, of 380-kV Circuit-Breakers, 716
  • Testing Laboratory, Electrical, Mobile (English Electric Co., Ltd.), 88
  • See also National Physical
  • — Machines of A. J. Amsler and Co., 710
  • for Endurance Tests on Sealing Materials (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 19*
  • Flatness, Monochromatic Interference (Pitter Gauge and Precision Tool Co., Ltd.), 697*
  • — for Frictional Behaviour of Two Mate
  • rials Immersed in Liquid, 20*
  • Gear, Rolling (J. Goulder and Sons, Ltd.), 697*
  • Hydraulic Press, 12-ton, for Testing Shock Absorbers, 19*
  • Universal, for Large Structures, Belgian, 751*
  • See also Tests (Materials)
  • — Materials, American Society for, Booklet
  • on Some Unsolved Problems, 367
  • — Plant for Large Alternators, of General
  • Electric Co.,. Ltd., 28*
  •  ?— Station for Stators at Barugh Green Works, 763*
  • Staythorpe, for 275-kV Cable, 452
  • for Switchgear, Hebburn, A. Reyrolle and Co., Ltd., 418, 442*, 716
  • — Ultrasonic, Reference Block for, 157
  • — See also Tests (Materials); Trials
  • Teszner, S., on Post-Arc Currents in High Voltage Circuit-Breakers, 716; on Switching Overvoltages, 716
  • Textile Industry, Electricity in, 161
  • Position and Prospects of, 202*. See LETTER, 290
  • — Machinery Industry, Knitting Machinery
  • Prospects, 803
  • Industry, Overseas Demands, 771
  • — Manufacturing Company, Results of Work
  • Study by, 322
  • Thames, River, Coryton Oil Refinery, 687* Investigation on Flooding by, 684 Investigations on Pollution of, 584 Thermal Efficiencies of British Power Stations, 518
  • for Free-Piston Gas-Generator Turbine, 686*
  • of Gas-Turbine Installations, 717*
  • — — of 60-h.p. Industrial Gas Turbine, 508
  • — — Portobello Power Station, 209
  • — Stress, Conference on, 98, 115
  • — Treatment, Metals. See Heat Treatment
  • under Metallurgy
  • Thermionic Valves. See KzZves, Radio; Radio
  • Thermocouple, Embedded, Design for, 489*
  • — and Galvanometer, Measurement by, 180*
  • — Provision of Constant Thermal Datum for,
  • 15*
  • — See also Pyrometer
  • Thermodynamics, Applied, by Dr. A. C. Walshaw (Review), 72
  • to Heat Engines, 35. See LETTER, 98
  • — Compressible Flow of Semi-Perfect Gas,
  • 777*
  • — Graduate School, Birmingham University,
  • 514, 526*
  • Thermometers, Electrical Resistance (Trade Publication), 680
  • — See also Pyrometers; Thermocouples Thermosetting Materials, Mouldings for, Tolerances for, Specification, 41
  • Thomas, B. (Engineers), Ltd., Switchgear for British Railways, 283; Direct-Current Switchgear for Bond-street Substation, 605 Thomas, Sir M., on Impact of Gas Turbine on Civil Aviation, 195. See 193
  • Thompson, J., Water Tube Boilers, Ltd., Coke-Breeze Combustion System, 527* Thorneycroft, W., the Late, 548
  • Thornycroft, J. I., and Co., Ltd., Fifty Years’ Work at Woolston, 776
  • Threads, Screw. See Screw
  • Thwaites, C. J., on Creep and Fatigue Properties of Lead and Lead Alloys, 682; on Age-Hardening Properties of Lead-Anti- mony Alloy, 682
  • Tidal Basin, Tilbury, Siltation of, 684
  • — Institute and Observatory, Liverpool,
  • Annual Report, 241*
  • Ties for Concrete Form-Work (Trade Publication), 617
  • Tilbury Tidal Basin, Siltation of, 684
  • Tiltman Langley Laboratories, Ltd., Smoke Generator for Tsetse Fly Control, 219*
  • Timber Fasteners Under Load, Fatigue Properties of, 369
  • — Photomicrographs for Identification of
  • Hardwoods (Review), 232
  • Time-Study Rating, Accuracy of, 290, 301* Timekeeping Equipment (Trade Publication), 585
  • Timer, Process (Trade Publication), 425
  • Timoshenko, S. P., Collected Papers of (Review), 519
  • Tin Alloys. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Box Making Machinery “ Bodymaker ”
  • (F. J. Edwards, Ltd.), 242*
  • Tipping Platform Hydraulically-Operated, for Motor Lorries (Link-Belt Co.), 219
  • — Wagons, Motor. See Motor Vehicles
  • Tittel, J., on Variable-Speed Synchronous Machines for Hydro-Electric Power Plants, 685
  • Tolerances on Machine Work. See Gauge
  • Tomes, F. H., on Flood Damage in Lincolnshire, 39. See 34
  • Tomlinson, A., on Drawings in Engineering, 707. See LETTERS, 611, 677, 775
  • Tompion Medal of Worshipful Company of Clockmakers, Founding of, 582
  • Tookey, W. A., the Late, 227*
  • Tools, Compressed-Air, Films of, Broom and Wade, Ltd., 391
  • — Grinder. See Grinding under Machine
  • Tools
  • — Hand, Data on Productivity and Factory
  • Performance (Review), 361
  • — Machine. See Machine Tools
  • — Pneumatic. See Machine Tools
  • — Small-, Engineers’ (Trade Publication), 9
  • — and Wheels, Diamond Abrasive, Specifica
  • tion, 456
  • Toothed Gear, See Gear; Gearing; Marine Propulsion
  • Toroidal Potentiometers (Trade Publication),
  • 103
  • Toronto to Montreal, Trans-Northern Petroleum Pipeline, 66, 78*
  • — Yonge-Street Subway, Rolling Stock for-,
  • 342*
  • Torque Overload Limiter (Fords (Finsbury), Ltd.), 734*
  • — Meters. See Dynamometers; Torsionmeters Torsion Tests. See Tests (Materials) Torsionmeter Readings and Ship’s Horse
  • Power, 618
  • — See alls® Dynamometers Tortise, Col. H. J., the Late, 293
  • Tough Brothers, Ltd., Refit of Motor Yacht
  • “ Aries,” 647
  • Tower, Beauchamp, Work on Lubrication, 805
  • — Cooling, for Brewery Refrigeration Plant,
  • 58*
  • Reinforced-Concrete, Nechells “ B ”
  • Power Station, 661*
  • — or Girder, Collapsible, Le Roy, 244*
  • — Steam-Raising, at Calder Hall Atomic
  • Power Station, 795*
  • — Transmission-Line, Tubular, Tests of, 3 Town Gas. See Ga.v
  • Tracks, Detachable, for Tractor Wheels (Bates Bros. (S.M.W.), Ltd.), 667*
  • — High-Speed, Motor-Vehicle, Lindley, 730* Trackless Trolley System, Road Traction.
  • See Trolley ’Bus
  • Traction Dynamometer. See Dynamometer
  • — Electric. See Railways; Trolley ’Bus;
  • Tramways
  • — Engine, Aveling and Porter, at Science
  • Museum, 222*
  • — Railway, Electric and Diesel-Electric (Trade
  • Publication), 744
  • Tractor, Diesel-Engined, for Luggage Trailers (Lansing Bagnall, Ltd.), 186*
  • — Agricultural, American Manufacture of,
  • Report on, 228
  • Diesel Engines for, 309
  • — — 45-h.p. Diesel-Engined (Massey-Harris-
  • Ferguson (Manufacturing), Ltd.), 348* with Hydraulic Transmission, 708*
  • — — Introduction of Pneumatic Tyre for, 584
  • — Production and Export of, 362*
  • — —-in United Kingdom, Increased Use of,
  • 228
  • — “ Bogmaster,” for Water-Logged Soils-
  • (Rotary Hoes, Ltd.), 285*
  • — Crawler, 50-h.p. to 150-h.p. Diesel-Engined
  • “ Challenger ” (J. Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd.), 627*
  • -— Ferguson, Demonstration of Implements Used with, 220*
  • — Fordson-Major, Cable-Control Unit for (J.
  • Olding and Co., Ltd.), 667
  • — Freight, Industrial and Airport (Lansing
  • Bagnall, Ltd.), 186*
  • — Manufacture, Proposed, in Argentina, 228
  • — Mounted Hydraulic Overhead Loader F. E.
  • Weatherill, Ltd.), ATI*
  • — for Soil-Stabilising Equipment (Rotary
  • Hoes, Ltd.), 54*
  • — Trenching Attachment for (Allis-Chambers
  • Co.), 152
  • — Wheels, Detachable Tracks for (Bates
  • Bros. (S.M.W.), Ltd.), 667*
  • Trade with China, Promotion of, 738
  • — and Craftsmanship Exhibition, Alton, 546
  • — Directory, Electrical (Review), 425
  • — Disputes. See Labour .
  • — Economic Survey for 1953, 450
  • — European Coal and Steel Community, 44,
  • 324; Annual Report, 581
  • — Exhibition. See Exhibition
  • — Export, Agricultural Machinery, 362*
  • — — Aircraft, 268*
  • Boiler Plant, 139*
  • British, Problems of, 738
  • Burmese, 706
  • -— — Clock and Watch, 396*
  • — — Coal-Mining Machinery, 136*
  • Cycle, 396*
  • — — Electrical Engineering, Value and Nature
  • 545
  • Electrical Engineering and Consulting Engineers, 801, 806
  • — — Electrical Equipment, 210*, 136*, 331* Electronics, 331*. See LETTER, 483 Engineering, Credits for, 418
  • and Import, Statistics of Engineering and Allied Industries, 2, 10*, 42*, 73*, 98, 103*, 136*, 162, 170*, 202*, 234*, 268*, 298*, 331*, 362*, 386*, 394*. See LETTERS, 131, 226, 290; 483. See Elrafwn, 478
  • Instruments^ 11*
  • Iron and Steel, 2, 11*, 45*
  • Locomotive, 162, 170*, 706. See
  • LETTER, 226
  • Machine-Tools, 98, 103*
  • Marine-Engineering, 298*
  • Motor Vehicle, 11*, 42, 234*, 546
  • Office Machinery, 395*. See LETTER, 483
  • Railway Carriage, 170*
  • Railway Wagon, 170*
  • Rolling Stock, 170*
  • Selling, Booklet on, 610
  • Shipbuilding, 298*
  • by Small Firms, 322
  • Telegraph and Telephone Equipment, 331*
  • — — Television Equipment, 331*
  • Textile Machinery, 202*, 771.. See
  • LETTER, 290
  • — — Valve, 198
  • Wire and Cable, 331*
  • — Import of Ferro-Alloys, 89
  • — Knitting Machinery, 803
  • — Mission to Middle East, Report, 707
  • — Publications, 9, 41, 72, 103, 140, 201, 266,,.
  • 297, 330, 361, 393, 425, 456, 488, 553, 585a 617, 648, 680, 712, 744, 776, 808
  • — Russo-British, 578
  • — Unions. See Labour
  • — Western European, 642
  • Trafalgar Engineering Co., Ltd., Cable-
  • Standing Machines, 539
  • Traffic, London, Problems of, 675
  • Trailer Body, Road, with Moving Floor (Walker and County Cars, Ltd.), 596
  • Trailer Road, 45-ton (R. A. Dyson and Co., Ltd.), 408*
  • — Tipping, for Ferguson Tractors, 220* Train Control, Automatic, and Safety, 326
  • — Derailment, at Abington, of “ Royal Scot,”
  • Report on, 354
  • Between Wilnecote and Kingsbury, Report on, 515. See Erratum, 569
  • — Multiple-Unit, Diesel-Driven, for British
  • Railways, 200
  • — Resistance Tests on British Railways, 390
  • — See also Railway
  • Training. See 'Education
  • Tramways, Overhead Equipment for (Trade Publication), 680
  • Trane Co., Air-Conditioning Plant, 338*
  • Transformer, 300-kVA, Air-Cooled (Transformers (Watford), Ltd.), 600*
  • — Auto, for Very-High Voltage Networks, 785
  • — for Bond-street Substation, 604
  • — for British Railways Substations, 282*
  • — on Electric Railways, Protection of, 328
  • — Foster (Trade Publication), 425
  • — for Hebburn Switchgear Testing Station,
  • 418, 443*, 06
  • — Installation (Trade Publication), 648
  • — Maintenance of Insulating Materials of, 785
  • — Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 531*
  • — “ Passivated ” Oil for (Manchester Oil
  • Refinery, Ltd.), 799
  • — 75-MVA Portobello Power Station, 207*
  • — Protection, Gas-Actuated Relay for (English
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 734*
  • — 12-kVA Single-Phase (Woden Transformer
  • Co., Ltd.), 569
  • — for Very-High Voltage Networks, 785
  • — Wagon, 135-ton for British Railways, 220* Transformers (Watford), Ltd., 300-kVA Air-
  • Cooled Transformers, 600*
  • Transistors (Mullard, Ltd.), 245
  •  ?— Point-Contact and Junction Types (Ampli- vox, Ltd.), 322, 347*
  • Transmission Dynamometer. See Dynamometer; Torsionmeter
  • — Gear. See Gear; Gearing; Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • — Hydraulic, on Agricultural Tractor, 708*
  • — of Power. See Marine Propulsion; Power
  • Transmission
  • Transmitters, High/Ultra-High Frequency (Mullard Research Laboratories), 597*
  • Trans-Northern Petroleum Pipeline, from Montreal to Toronto, 66, 78*
  • Transport, Aerial. See Aeronautics
  • — and Civil Aviation, Ministry of, Report,
  • Railway Accidents in 1952, 6; Proposed Roadway Over Forth Bridge, 28; Report on Derailment of “ Royal Scot ” at Abington, 354; Report on Collapse of Clifton Hall Tunnel, 358; Survey of Canals and Inland Waterways, 482; Report on Derailment Between Wilnecote and Kingsbury, 515. See Erratum, 569; Report of London and Home Counties Traffic Advisory Committee, 675
  • — Commercial, and Roads, Traffic Problems,
  • 168
  • — and General Workers’ Union, Attitude to
  • Strikes and Arbitration, 351; High Wages and Living Costs, 479; Wage Increase for Women Engineering Employees, 575; Suggested Equal Pay for Women Industrial Civil Servants, 832; Criticism of Abrupt Rejection of Wage Claims, 832
  • — Inland, European, Report on, 738
  • — Institute of, Brancker Lecture on “ Impact
  • of Gas Turbine on Civil Aviation by Sir M. Thomas, 195. See 193
  • — Ministry . of. See Transport and Civil
  • Aviation, Ministry of
  • — Motor. See Roacl; Motor
  • — Railway. See Railway
  • — Road. See Road; Motor; Trolley ’Bus
  • — Safety in, Cantor Lectures on, 326, 327,
  • 334
  • — Salaried Staffs’ Association, Examination of
  • Railway Wage and Salary Structure, 31; New Structure for Railwaymen’s Wages, 479, 511; Pay Rates for Salaried Staffs, 543
  • Travancore-Cochin, India, Peechi Dam Irrigation Scheme, 243*
  • Travelling Crane. See Crane Trawlers, Large, Design of, 554
  • Treads and Flooring, Safety (Trade Publication), 266
  • Trenching Attachment for Allis-Chambers Tractor (Mackay Industrial Equipment, Ltd.), 152
  • — Machine, Wagon-Mounted (J. Olding &
  • Co., Ltd.), 798*
  • Trewby, Cmdr. (E) G. F. A., on British Naval Gas Turbines, 622
  • Trials, Agricultural Tractors. See Tractors
  • — of H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,” 567
  • — of Ships and model Prediction, 618
  • — Trips and Launches of Ships, 31, 52, 150,
  • 246, 279, 309, 330, 371, 391, 433, 503, 527, 576, 608, 640, 699, 767, 808
  • — of Triple-Screw Motor Launch for
  • Venezuela, 182*
  • — See also Tests
  • Triplex Group of Companies, Steel Fabrication, Press Brakes and Guillotines (Trade Publication), 488
  • Trolley, Manually-Operated “ Minigrip ” (Didsbury Engineering Co., Ltd.), 797*
  • — Buses, Overhead Equipment for (Trade
  • Publication), 680
  • — — Replacement by Motor Omnibuses, 603 Truck, Battery-Operated, Oil or Petrol-Driven.
  • See Motor Truck; Motor Vehicle
  • — Hand , Hydraulic, “ Sherpa ” (Salisbury
  • Precision Engineering, Ltd.), 420
  • — Railway. See Wagons
  • — See also Bogie
  • Tsetse-Fly Control, Smoke Generator for (Tiltman Langley Laboratories, Ltd.), 219*
  • Tube Calculations, Slide Rule for (Tube Investments, Ltd.), 87
  • — Capillary and Compression, Fittings for,
  • Copper, Specification, 425
  • — Cleaners and Soot-Blowers (Trade Publi
  • cation), 266
  • Tube, Cooling, for Refrigerators (Trade Publication), 808
  • Tube Investments, Ltd., Slide Rule for Tube Calculations, 87'
  • — Railways. See Underground Railways;
  • London Transport Executive
  • — Separator, Dunlab, for Coal-Burning Gas
  • Turbine for Locomotives, 563*
  • — Steel, Plastic-Covered, “ Burcol ” (G.
  • Burn, Ltd.), 731
  • — Straightening Machine (Bronx Engineering
  • Co., Ltd.), 667*
  • — See also Pipes
  • Tubewrights, Ltd., Tests of Tubular Transmission-Line Tower, 3; Exhibits at Factory Equipment Exhibition, 420
  • Tubular Construction for Travelling Cranes, Advantages of (J. H. Carruthers and Co., Ltd.), 411*
  • — Steel Engineering; Cinema Film on, 544- Tuck, Major-Gen. G. N., on Engineers’ Task
  • in Future Wars, 133
  • • Tunnel and Bridge Projects, United Kingdom Booklet on, 168
  • — Clifton Hall, Collapse of, Report on, 358
  • — Conon Valley Hydro-Electric Scheme, 90*
  • — for Kariba and Kafue Hydro-Electric
  • Schemes, 644
  • — for Kemano-Kitimat Hydro-Electric
  • Scheme, 418, 430*
  • — Rimutaka, New Zealand, 623
  • — Roadway, Sweden to Denmark, 134 Tunnelling, Colliery, “ Marietta ” Miner for,
  • 296*
  • Turbine Gas, Blading for. See Blading
  • British Naval, 622
  • at Beznau Power Station, Experiences with, 146*
  • 4,250-h.p. Coal-Burning, for Locomotives, 561*, 592*
  • — — Developments in, 148
  • — — Effective Utilisation of Materials in, 305*
  • — — 60-h.p. Industrial (Rover Gas Turbines,
  • Ltd.), 507*
  • — —- 750/1,000-kW Installation (Ruston &
  • Hornsby, Ltd.), 68
  • Laboratory, Birmingham University, 514, 526*
  • 500-s.h.o. Long-Life (C. A. Parsons &
  • Co., Ltd.), 718*
  • Metals for, 589 Peat-Fired, Experiments with, 304
  • — — Production of Blading for, 620
  • 200-h.p., for Ships’ Emergency Generators (W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 637*
  • —- — 350-h.p. for Ships’ Generators (W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd.), 638*
  • Testing by Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 214*
  • — — for Turbo-Diesel Aero Engine, 571*,
  • 573. See LETTER, 611
  • Types and Development of, 717* Use in Power Stations, 138
  • Weight-Power Ratio in, 401
  • — — See also Engines under Aeronautics
  • — Hydraulic, in Canadian Power Plants,
  • Statistics, 501
  • — — Conon Valley Hydro-Electric Scheme,
  • 90*
  • — — 140,000-h.p., Kemano-Kitimat Hydro-
  • Electric Scheme, 418, 431
  • 21,000-h.p., Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 497, 528*, 579
  • See also Power Plant
  • — Internal-Combustion, Long Life, 717*
  • — Pumps. See Pumps, Centrifugal
  • — Steam, Blading for. See Blading
  • for Calder Hall Atomic Power Station
  • (C. A. Parsons and Co., Ltd.), 795* Developments in, 148
  • — — Marine, Geared. See Marine Propul
  • sion
  • 60-MW, Portobello Power Station, 174*, 206*
  • — — Work of Sir C. A. Parsons on, 740*,
  • 771
  • See also Turbo-Generators
  • — Steamers. See Steamers; Warships “Turbinia,” S.S., Radial Flow Turbines of
  • 741*, 771
  • Turbo-Exhausters and Blowers (Trade Publication), 9
  • — Generating Set, 550-kW Geared (General
  • Electric Co., Ltd.), 634*
  • — Generators, 5,000-kW, Coryton Oil
  • Refinery, 688*
  • — — for European Heavy Equipment, 423 Gas-Generator, 1,250-kW Free-Piston
  • Alternator, 686* 500-kW H.M. Yacht “ Britannia,” 567 Large, Testing Plant for, 28*
  • — — 52-5-MW, Nechells “ B ” Power Station,
  • 660*
  • Original, of Sir C. A. Parsons, 740*, 771 60-MW, Portobello Power Stations, 174*,
  • 206*
  • 1,200-kW, S.S. “ Arcadia,” 663* Turner, Dr. A. N., on Control of Quality in
  • Rolling of Aluminium and Aluminium Alloys, 649
  • Turner Brothers (B’ham.), Ltd., Calendar (Trade Publication), 72
  • Turner and Brown, Ltd., Fans and Ducting of
  • Corrosion-Resistant Plastic, 60* Turning. See Machine Tools
  • — and Boring Mills. See Machine Tools Tustin, Prof. A., on Scope of University
  • Education, 577
  • Tiitsch, P. H., on Solidification of Iron-
  • Phosphorus-Carbon Irons, 809 “ Twinner ” Pipe-Flanging Jig, 478* “ Twinner ” 6-ton Welding Manipulator, 758* Twist Drill. See Drill under Machine Tools Twose, E. V., Ltd., Road Roller Driven by
  • Ferguson Tractor, 220*
  • Typesetting by Photograph® developments in;
  • 739
  • Tyre Failures and Railway Safety, 326
  • — Pneumatic, Agricultural, 21st Birthday of,
  • 584
  • — Wear of London Transport Executive
  • Rolling Stock, 145
  • UGANDA ELECTRICITY BOARD, Annual Report, 290; Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 482, 497*, 528*, 579*
  • Ugine-Sejournet Process for Hot Extrusion of Steel, 450, 463
  • Ultrasonoscope Flaw Detector, 473
  • Undercarriages, Aircraft, Drop Tests of (Dowty Equipment, Ltd.), 20*
  • Underground Railway, Toronto, Electric Railcars for, 342*
  • Tube Railways and London Traffic, 618
  • — — See also London Transport Executive
  • — Services; Hydraulic-Thrust Boring Machine
  • for (E. Pass and Co., Ltd.), 60*
  • Undersea Workings at Seafield Colliery, 678 Underwater-Coal Seams, Platforms for Proving, 295*
  • Unicum Co., 4-ton Mobile Crane with Telescopic Folding Jib, 830*
  • Union Pacific Railroad, Gas-Turbine Locomotives of, 593
  • — Trade. See Labour
  • “ Uniporn ” Horizontal Diesel Engines, 254* Units, M.K.S. System of: Guide for Electrical Engineers, by T. McGreevy (Review), 140
  • United Kingdom, Farm Machinery in, Report on, 228
  • — States, Agriculture in. Use of Aircraft in
  • (Review). 265
  • Air-Pollution Control in, 546, 549*
  • and British Engineering Education Compared, 321
  • Bureau of Mines, Circular on Nature and Uses of Vermiculite, 559
  • — — 230-kV Capacitor Installations, 786
  • — — Colour Television in, 802
  • Department of Labor, Report on Productivity and Factory Performance of Farm Tractors, 228
  • Development of Steam Turbines in, 148
  • — — Developments in Water-Borne Aircraft
  • in, 199
  • — — Engineers’ Council for Professional
  • Development, Annual Report, 99
  • and Europe, Standardisation in (Review), 329
  • Export Trade, 738
  • Galvanising Techniques in (Review), 648
  • High-Purity Metals Mission to, 381
  • — — Motor’-Vehicle Industry in, 267
  • Navy. See United States under Warships
  • Power Transmission at Extra-High Voltages in, 715
  • — — Railways. See Railways; Railroads Research Fellowships, Award of, 190.
  • — — Science in, for Year Ended June, 1953,
  • 163
  • — — Small Hydro-Electric Plants in, 47
  • United States Steel Corporation, Annual Report, 392
  • — ?— Trends in Motor Vehicle Industry in,
  • 802
  • —.— See also America
  • United Steel Companies, Ltd., Iron and Steel Production, 1953, 94; Research Work of, 194; 212*; 275-h.p. and 400-h.p. Diesel- Electric Locomotives, 248*; Blast Furnace at Scunthorpe, 324; Cambridge Scholarships, 325; “Steel Ride” Film of, 671 Universal Decimal Classification, Treatise on (Review), 102
  • University, Birmingham, Investigations on Physical Nature of “ Knock,” by Dr. B. N. Cole, 111*; Work Measurement Research Unit, Work of, 290, 301*; Graduate School of Thermodynamics, 514, 526*
  • — California, Wave-Research Congress, 800
  • — Cambridge, Investigations on Steel Struc
  • tures in Plastic Range, 210*; Courses on Managers in Industry, 231; United Steel Companies’ Scholarships, 325; Department of Engineering, Report on, 487; Compressible Flow of Semi-Perfect Gas, by Dr. D. B. Spalding, 777*
  • — Durham, Course on Growth and Develop
  • ment of Industry, 741
  • — Glasgow, Apparatus for Measurement of
  • Plastic Strains in Steel, by D. Morrison, 141*
  • — Manchester, Structural Analysis by Digital,
  • Computer, 226, 239*; Production Engineering Course, 678. See LETTER, 741; Radio-Telescope at Jodrell Bank, 826*
  • — Melbourne, Research on Gas-Turbine
  • Combustion Problems, 624*
  • — Nottingham, Stuart Lecture on Long Life
  • of Internal-Combustion Turbine, 717*
  • — St. Andrews, Opening of Ewing Building,
  • 232
  • — See also Education
  • Unsolved Technical Problems, Booklet on, 367
  • Upton, D. E., on Design for Embedded Thermocouple, 489*
  • Uranium Production Plant, Springfields Atomic Factory, 97, 124*
  • Uskmouth Power Station, 60-MW Turbo- Generators, Testing of, 29*
  • U-Tube, Levelling by (Trade Publication), 680
  • VACUUM BRAKE. See Brake
  • — Dust Collectors for Collieries, 296*
  • Vacuum Oil Co., Ltd., Coryton Oil Refinery, 687*
  • — Tube. See X-Rays; Valves, Radio
  • “ Valjoh ” Dowel-Making Machine (Trade Publication), 266
  • Valve, Block, Multiple, for Hydraulic Power Transmission (Keelavite Rotary Pumps and Motors, Ltd.), 797*
  • — Control (Trade Publication), 297
  • — Crude-Gas (Trade Publication), 456
  • — Exhaust, Anti-Corrosive Coating for (H. Wiggin and Co., Ltd.), 89*
  • — Globe, Copper-Alloy, Specification, 456
  • Valve Industry, Productivity in, Review of, 198
  • — for Oil (Trade Publication), 488
  • — Pneumatic Cylinders and Line Fittings (Trade Publication), 776
  • for Industrial Use (Baldwin Instrument Co., Ltd.), 821*
  • — — Miniature (Trade Publication), 9
  • — Pneumatically-Controlled, for Aden Oil
  • Refinery, 536*
  • — Radio, Manufacture, Cinema Film of
  • (Mullard, Ltd.), 421
  • — Reducing, Hot-Air (Hymatic Engineering
  • Co., Ltd.), 702*
  • — Safety and Relief (Trade Publication), 266
  • — and Valve Gear. See also Engines
  • van Iterson, F., on Thickness of High-Temperature Steam Pipes, 131. See LETTERS, 67, 197, 259, 583, 643
  • Variable-Speed Gear. See Gear
  • “ Variax ” Profile Milling Machine, "194 “ Varley ” Industrial Solenoids (Trade Publication), 456
  • Varley, Major P. C., on Brittleness in Alu- minium-Magnesium-Silicon Alloys, 649 Vats, Steam Heater for (Ward’s Patents, Ltd.), 86*
  • Vehicle-Building Industry, Wage Claims in,
  • 415
  • Velofeeder System for Grinding Machines (Simon Engineering Group), 799*
  • Venezuela, Triple-Screw Motor Launch for (Vospers, Ltd.), 182*
  • Venner, Ltd., Car Parking Meters (Trade Publication), 553
  • Vents, Steel, for Core-Boxes (Temple Instruments, Ltd.), 341*
  • Ventilating and Heating Engineers, Institution of. See Heating
  • Industry Year Book (Review), 41
  • — Plant for Civil-Defence Centres, 278*
  • — for Refuse-Disposal Installation at Port
  • Glasgow, (Newton Collins, Ltd.), 28 f Ventilation Equipment (Trade Publication), 680
  • Ventilator and Window Remote-Control
  • System (Teleflex Products, Ltd.), 600* Vermiculite, Properties and Uses of, 559 “ Versatool ” Woodworking Machine, 312* Vessels, Pressure, Embedded Thermocouple for, 489*
  • — Small. Specialised (Trade Publication), 72 Viaduct. See Bridges
  • Vibration Dampers (H. Clayton-Wright, Ltd.),
  • 760
  • — in Marine Turbines, Electronic Instruments
  • for Investigating, 276*
  • Vibrator, Goodmans, for Load-Bearing Tests of Roads, 470*
  • — Screens Heated Electrically, 569* Vibratory Equipment (Trade Publication), 585 Vickers-Armstrongs Ltd., Caisson of- Queen
  • Elizabeth II Dock, 154*; Launch of “ World Harmony,” 262*; Launch of
  • H. M. Submarine “ Explorer,” 360*; Altitude Test Tank Graviner Explosion Suppressors for, 495*; “Viscount” Aircraft, 674; S.S. “ Orsova,” 824* Victoria, Lake, Uganda, Rainfall on, 497 Victorian Government Railways, Australia,
  • 2,400-h.p. Direct-Current Locomotives, 184*
  • “ Victory,” H.M.S., Treatment for Death- Watch Beetle, 328
  • Vidmar, M., on Four Tvpes of Rotary Exciters, 685
  • Vienna Meeting, World Power Conference, 1956, Arrangements for, 743
  • Villiers Engineering Co., Ltd., 1-1-h.p. Single
  • Cylinder Petrol Engine, 26*
  • Vinten, W., Ltd., Use of G.E.C. Heavy Alloy in High-Speed Camera by, 671
  • Virginia Gold Mining Co., Dynamic Braking on Mine Hoists, 285
  • Visco Engineering Co.; Ltd., “ Reciprojet ”
  • Air Filter, 222*
  • “ Viscount ” Airliners, Success of, 674
  • Voce, Dr. E., on Thickness of High-Temperature Steam Pipes, 67. See LETTERS, 131, 197, 259, 583, 643
  • Voice, E. W., on Sintering of Iron Ore, 45 Vokes, Ltd., Filtration and Silencing Equipment Exhibition, 671
  • Voltage 'Recorder, Two-Channel Direct-
  • Cun ent (Evershed and Vignoles, Ltd.), 245*
  • — Regulator for Owen Falls Hydro-Electric
  • Plant, 530
  • Vospers, Ltd., Triple-Screw Motor Launch for Venezuela, 182*
  • Vosper, J. S., on Re-Striking Voltage Conditions on 132-kV and 275-kV Networks, 716
  • Vulcan Foundry, Ltd., 1,000-h.p. Diesel- Electric Locomotive, 505*
  • Vybak Polyvinyl-Chloride Sheet for Ducting
  • (Bakelite, Ltd.), 60*
  • WADDINGTON, G., and SON, LTD., Industrial Gloves and Protective Clothing (Trade Publication), 41
  • Wade, C., the Late, 227
  • Wadsworth, J., on Accident Prevention in Iron and Steel Industry, 454
  • Wages. See Labour
  • Wagon Construction Programme, British Railways, 66, 70
  • — Mounted Trenching Machine for Railways
  • (J. Olding and Co., Ltd.), 798*
  • — Motor. See Motor Vehicles; Tractors
  • — Railway, Industry, Position and Prospects
  • of, 170*
  • — 135-ton Transformer, British Railways,
  • 220*
  • Waikato River, New Zealand, Hydro-Electric Scheme, 67
  • Wainwright, C., on Precision X-Ray Diffraction Spectrometer Ring, 82*
  • Waitaki River, New Zealand, Hydro-Electric Scheme 67
  • Wales, Gas Grid in, 830
  • Walker Brothers (Wigan), Ltd., 650-b.h.p. Steam Haulage Engine, 506*; Control Equipment for Diesel-Engined Railcars 601
  • Walker and County Cars, Ltd., Road Trailer Body with Moving Floor, 596
  • Walker Crump and Co., Whale-Catcher, “ Setter IX,” 374*
  • Walker, Dr. P. B., on Kinetic Heating of Aircraft Structures, 116
  • Wall, Concrete, of Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 130, 153*
  • — Retaining, Railway, Concrete Buttresses
  • for, 509*
  • Wallace Productions, Ltd., Film “ Steel Ride,” 671
  • Wallace and Tiernan, Ltd., Chemical-Control Equipment for Water Treatment (Trade Publication), 41
  • Wallace, Sir W., Award of Churchill Medal to, 645
  • Wallquist, Prof. G., on Calculations in Hot Rolling, 806
  • Walti, F. O., on Oil-Free Reciprocity Air Compressor, 533*
  • Wansbrough, G., on Power Link Between Britain and France, 515. See 450, 464* Wansbrough-Jones, Dr. O. H., on Science in War, 133
  • War, Engineers and Scientists in, 133
  • — Office, Mechanical Handling Vehicles, for,
  • 186*; Conqueror Tank, 483*; Demonstration with Fork-Lift Trucks, 615
  • Ward, J. M., on Corrosion of Steel-Cored Aluminium Conductors, 183
  • Ward, P. T., the Late, 613
  • Ward’s Patents, Ltd., Steam Heater for Vats, 86*
  • Warder, S. B., on Comparison of Electric Traction Systems, 481, 490
  • “ Warehouser ” Fork-Lift Truck, 797* Warfare, Use of Aircraft in. See Aeronautics
  • — Naval. See Warships
  • Warley, A., the Late, 227
  • Warragamba Dam, New South Wales, 400*
  • Warren, W. P., on Scope for Electronics in Industry, 524
  • Warships:
  • Admiralty Research Establishments, Grants to, 675
  • British Naval Gas Turbines, 622
  • H.M. Minesweeper, “ Appleton,” Launch of, 433
  • “ Dunkerton,” Launch of, 433 | Highburton,” Launch of, 776 — Navy, Statement of Defence, 1954, 257 — Ships, Gas-Turbine Installations for, 721*
  • — — “ Reclaim,” Television Equipment of, 555
  • “ Victory,” Treatment for Death- Watch Beetle, 328
  • — Submarine “ Affray,” Television Survey of, 555
  • “ Explorer,” Launch of, 360*
  • — Yacht “ Britannia,” 486, 522, 540*, 565*
  • Naval 200-h.p. Gas-Turbine Drives Electric Generator, 637*
  • — Salvage of “ Comet ” Aircraft, 392
  • United States Navy, Researches on Buckling of Columns, 13*. See LETTER, 775
  • Wash, Land Reclamation from, investigations on, 491
  • Washer, Spring, Phosphor Bronze, Specification, 71
  • Waste and Soil Pipes, Code of Practice on, 266 Watch and Clock Industry, Position and Prospects of, 396*
  • Making and Repairing, W. J. Gazeley (Review), 297
  • — Stop, Instrument for Stopping and Starting
  • (Camerer Cuss and Co.), 61*
  • Water Board, Metropolitan, Fiftieth Annual Report, 189
  • — — Metropolitan, Sydney, Warragamba
  • Dam, 400*
  • — Cell, Triple Point, as Thermal Datum, 16*
  • — Cooling, Intake, Coryton Oil Refinery, 688*
  • — Filters. See Filters
  • — Friction. See Ship Resistance
  • — Hammer in Sludge Pipe Line, Prevention
  • of, 308
  • — Heaters. See Feed-Water
  • — Heavy Atomic Reactor at Harwell, 612
  • — Level Tubes (Trade Publication), 680
  • — and Oil Mixture, Separator for (White’s
  • Marine Engineering Co., Ltd.), 150*
  • — Pollution Research Board, Annual Report,
  • 584
  • — Power. See also Hydraulics; Power Plant;
  • Power, Water; Turbine, Hydraulic
  • — Repellant for Masonry (Trade Publication),
  • 393.
  • — Retaining Structures, Joints in, 379
  • — Supply, for 11-in. Continuous Bar-Rolling
  • Mill, 820
  • — — Public, Ancient and Modern, 232
  • See also Irrigation
  • — Tanks. See Tanks
  • — Treatment, Chemical Control Equipment
  • for (Trade Publication), 41
  • — Turbines. See Turbines, Hydraulic; Power
  • Plant
  • — Tube Boiler. See Boiler
  • — Wheel. See Turbine, Hydraulic; Power
  • Plant
  • Watermen, Lightermen, Tugmen and Bargemen’s Union, Overtime Dispute at London Docks, 255, 447
  • Waterways. See Rivers; Canals
  • Waterworks, Glasgow, Centenary of, 231
  • — See also Water Supply
  • Watkinson, H., on Earnings, Living Costs and Production, 223; on Arbitration in Industrial Disputes, 388; on Employment of Elderly Persons, 607
  • Watson, Sir A., the Late, 548
  • Watson, H. H., on Assessment of Particle Size, 594*
  • Watt Bust for Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 289
  • — Club, Centenary of, 189
  • Watt Room at Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 323*
  • Wave Excluder at Dekhela Power Station, 684
  • — Making Resistance of Ships. See Ship
  • Resistance
  • — Research, Council of, Annual Conference,
  • 500
  • Way Dam, 1,800-kW,-Hydro-Electric Scheme, 47
  • Waygood-Otis, Ltd.. High-Speed Passenger Lift for Hampstead Station, 509*
  • Wear of London Transport Executive Rolling Stock, 145
  • Weather. SSe Meteorology
  • Weatherill, F. E., Ltd., Tractor-Mounted Hydraulic Overhead Loader, 477*
  • Webster, N. E., on Recruitment of Mining Engineers, 190
  • Weekly Survey, 2, 34, 66, 98, 130, 162, 194, 226, 258, 290, 322, 354, 386,'418, 450, 481, 514, 546, 578, 610, 642, 674, 706, 738, 770, 802
  • Weight per Horse-Power of Various Types of Engines, 401
  • Weighing Machine for Crane, 200-ton Spring Balance (G. Salter and Co., Ltd.), 626*
  • Weil Current for. Testing High-Voltage Circuit-Breakers, 716
  • Weir, G. and J., Ltd., Marine Refrigerating <• Equipment (Trade Publication), 266 Welbourn, D. B., on Drawings in Engineering, 611, 775. See LETTERS, 677,. 707
  • “ Weld-Prober,” Portable, for Weld Examination (Kemworthy Jig and Press Tool Co.), 765*
  • Weldall and Assembly, Ltd., 140-ton Hydraulic Press Brake, 86*; Steel Fabrication, Press Brakes and Guillotines (Trade Publication), 488
  • Welded Ship, Corrugations of Bottom* Shell Plating in, 586
  • Welding, ArgOn-Arc Electrodes for (Murex Welding Processes, Ltd.), 606
  • — Design, Course on, Quasi-Arc Co., Ltd., 110
  • — Electric, Safety Measures for, 747
  • — Engineering Association, German, Exhibi
  • tion and Conference, Essen, 659
  • — Institute of, Spring Meeting at Porthcawl
  • and Bristol, Arrangement for, 355
  • — Journal, British, New Publication, 182
  • — Low-Temperature (Trade Publication), 361
  • — Machines, Cold-Pressure, for Aluminium
  • and Copper Conductors (G.P.A. Tools and Gauges, Ltd.), 765*
  • Dielectric, for Plastic Materials (Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 118*
  • Multiple-Projection and Cross-Wire (Sciaky Electric Welding Machines, Ltd.), 635*
  • Seam, 75-kVA Pneumatically-Operated (Sciaky Electric Welding Machines, Ltd.), 635
  • — Projection, Electro-Pneumatic (Standard Resistance Welders, Ltd.), 246*
  • Seam; with Wire Electrode (General ElectricCo., Ltd.), 445*
  • — •— Spot, 4-kVA Electronically-Controlled
  • (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 407*
  • — Manipulator, 6-ton “ Twinner ” (D. Ross
  • and Partners, Ltd.), 758*
  • — in Marine Engineering, 590
  • — of Montreal to Toronto Petroleum Pipeline
  • 66, 79*
  • — Pressure, of Molybdenum, 683
  • — Process, Arc, for Motor-Cycle Frames
  • (Philips Electrical, Ltd.), 349
  • — Research Association, British, Reference
  • Block for Ultrasonic Testing, 157
  • — — by Quasi-Arc Co., Ltd., 476*
  • — Resistance, Data Book on (Trade Publica
  • tion),. 9
  • — and Riveting Equipment, Portable, Suspen
  • sion Device for (F. Rankin'), 121*
  • — Shop. Plant, Yates, Exhibition of (Surrey
  • Tool Development Co., Ltd.), 669
  • Welfare Work. See Labour
  • Wellerman Brothers, Ltd., Concrete Buttresses.for Railway Retaining Wall, 509*
  • Wellingham, Col. H. J., the Late, 613
  • (Wellington Tube Works, Ltd., Heat Exchanger for Gas Compressor, 667*
  • Wellman Smith Owen Engineering Corporation, Ltd., Charging Machine for Alu- minium-Coil Annealing, 822*
  • Wellworthy Ltd., Pistons and Piston Rings (Trade Publication), 201; “ Al Fin ” Bi- Metallic Bonding Process, 409*
  • Wendeborn, Dr. H. B., on Sintering as Physical Process, 16
  • Wemick, Dr. S., on International Co-operation in Metal-Finishing Problems, 748
  • West, A., and Co., Ltd., Control Gear for Dover Car-Ferry Bridge Winch Gear, 25*; Switchgear and Motor Control Gear (Trade Publication), 411; Control Gear for 955-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotive, 317*
  • — of England Employers’ Association, Work
  • Study School of, 388
  • — of Scotland Iron and Steel Institute. See Iron and Steel
  • West Yorkshire Foundries, Ltd., Overhead Pallet Conveyor with “ Dynamatic ” Coupling, 732*
  • Western Australian Government Railways, 410-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotives, 50*; 250-h.p. Diesel-Mechanical Railcars, 792*
  • Westinghouse Brake and Signal Co., Ltd., Electro-Pneumatic Brake for Electric
  • Railcars, 343*; Air Compressor for Alternator Brakes at Owen Falls, 529*;
  • Portable Aircraft Engine Starter, 569*
  • Westminster Abbey Lighting, for Coronation (Trade Publication), 41
  • Weston, C., and Co.. Ltd., | Impax ” Spring- Loaded Oil Seal, 247*
  • “ Westruk ” Portable Aircraft Engine Starter, 569*
  • Whale-Catcher “ Setter IX,” 374?*
  • Wheels and Brushes, Industrial (Trade Publication), 456
  • — and Chains for Single-Bottle Width Slat
  • Conveyor (Specification), 648
  • — Gear. See Gears; Gearing; Marine Pro
  • pulsion
  • Wheels Grinding. See Grinding under Machine
  • Tools
  • — of London Transport Executive Rolling
  • Stock, Wear of, 145
  • — and Tools, Diamond Abrasive, Specifica
  • tion, 465
  • Whessoe, Ltd., Pressure Vessels for Uranium Reactors at Calder Hall Atomic Power Station, 795*
  • Whitburn Colliery, Strikes at, 351, 383
  • White, Sir B., Wolfe Barry and Partners, Port of Aden Developments, 293
  • — Metal. See Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Nile, Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme,
  • 482, 497*, 528* 579*
  • White’s Marine Engineering Co., Ltd., High- Efficiency Oil Burner, 84*; Oily-Water Separator, 150*
  • Whitworth Society' Annual Dinner, 391
  • Whyte, W.. on Statistical Control in Metal-
  • Working Operations, 649
  • Wickman, Ltd., Chucking Machine, Automatic Multi-Spindle, 439*
  • Wiggin, H., and Co., Ltd., “ B.A.C. Brightray ” Anti-Corrosive Coating, 89*; Nickel for ?Electronic Applications, 122*; Nimonic Alloys (Trade Publication), 266* Nickel- Alloy Spring Materials (Trade Publication), 362
  • Wild, M. B„ and Co., Ltd., Winch Gear for Dover Car-Ferry Bridge, 25*
  • Wild, Dr. R., on Chemical Constitution of Sinters, 17
  • Wilkinson Rubber Linatex, Ltd., “ Linatex ” Diaphragm Pump, 471*
  • Willans Works; Rugby, Preservation of “ Fullagar ” Diesel Engine at, 165*
  • Willcox, Dr. F. A., the Late, 645
  • Willesden Railway-Carriage Sidings, Lighting of (General Electric Co., Ltd.), 56*
  • Williams Brothers Corporation (Canada), Ltd., Trans-Northern Petroleum Pipeline, 66, 78*
  • Williams, C., on Adhesion Test for Electrodeposited Chromium, 747
  • Williams, W. J., on Undercooled Graphite in Cast Irons, 809
  • Williamson, Group Capt. G. W., on Operational Applications for Water-Based Aircraft, 199
  • Wilnecote and Kingsbury, Warwickshire, Train Derailment Between, Report on, 515. See Erratum, 569
  • Wilson, Lieut-Col. G. R. S., on Safety on Railways, 326
  • Winch Drive for Caisson of Queen Elizabeth II Dock, 154*
  • Winch, G. R., on Trends in Air-Conditioning Equipment, 337*
  • — Gear for Dover Car-Ferry Bridge Spans, 25* Wind-Load Tests of Tubular Welded Radio
  • Masts, 57*
  • — Tunnels. See Aeronautics
  • Winding, Colliery, Slant Haulage Plant at Pantyffynnon Pit, 122*
  • —- Mine, Dynamic Braking of (Metropolitan- Vickers Electrical Co., Ltd.), 285
  • —. of Stator Coils at Barugh Green Works, 761*
  • “ Windogrid ” System of Continuous Fenestration (Trade Publication), 680
  • Windows for Ships (Carron Co.), 475
  • — and Ventilator Remote-Control System
  • (Teleflex Products, Ltd.), 600*
  • Windscale, Cumberland, Atomic Factory’ at, 97, 124*; Pile of British Atomic Energy Research Organisation, 289, 313*; Plutonium Production at, 610
  • Winget, Ltd., Concrete Plant, Owen Falls Hydro-Electric Scheme, 499
  • Winn, C., and Co., Ltd., Fire Appliances (Trade Publication), 266
  • Winston Electronics, Ltd., Ultra-High Speed Photography (Trade Publication), 425
  • Winter Concreting, by P. Nerenst, E. Rastrup and G. M. Idorn (Review), 201
  • Wire, Aluminium, Manufactured by Aluminium Wire and Cable Co., Ltd., 538*
  • — Drawing Machines of Aluminium Wire &
  • Cable Co., Ltd., 538*
  • — Loads in, Measuring Devices for, 812*
  • — Rope Cables, Operating, for Hangar
  • Doors, 658*
  • Splicing with Ferrules (Maritime Stores, Ltd.), 406*
  • — Ropeway, for Warragamba Dam Con
  • struction, 400*
  • — Steel, for Springs, Specification, 71
  • — and Strip, Press for Cold Forging, 24* ? Wireless Telegraphy. See Radio
  • — Telephony. See Radio
  • Wisconsin Michigan Power Co., 1,800-kW Dam Hydro-Electric Plant, 47
  • Wistreich, J. G., on Control in Rolling of Sheet and Strip, 649
  • Witton Works of General Electric Co., Ltd., Testing Plant for Large Alternators, 28*; Activities of (Trade Publication), 266
  • Woden Transformer Co., Ltd., 12-kVA SinglePhase Transformer, 569
  • WOhler’s Tests. See Fatigue under Tests (Materials')
  • Wolfe, Lieut.-Col. M. A., the Late, 293 Wolverhampton and Staffordshire Technical
  • College, Extensions to, 292
  • Women Civil Servants, National Association of, Demands for Equal Pay, 223
  • — Desire for Equal Pay by, 223, 832
  • — Workers. See also Labour
  • Wood, Dimensional1 Stability of, 367 Wood Flour Millers, Ltd., Graviner Explosion Suppressors for Wood Grinding Plant,- 494*
  • Wood, H., and Co., Ltd., Intrinsically-Safe
  • Flame-Proof Signalling Equipment, 830*
  • — Non-Destructive Tests of, Problems of, 367
  • — Photomicrographs of Hardwoods (Review),
  • 232
  • — Refuse Collection (Trade Publication), 553 Woodall-Duckham Vertical Retort and ©ven
  • Construction Co., Ltd., Portslade Gasworks, 643, 656*
  • Woodley, S'. P., on Aircraft Production
  • Problems, 7. See 2. See Erratum, 157 Woodworking Machinery. S'ee Machine Tools
  • Wool Grease (Trade Publication), 617
  • — Industry, Electricity in, 161
  • Woolston Shipyard of J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 776
  • Work Study in Chemical Factories, Formation of Advisory Committee for, 518
  • School, Bristol, 388
  • Working Environment in Factories, Conference on Improving, 704
  • Workmen. See Labour
  • Works :
  • Acton Works, London Transport Executive, “ Blowing Out ” Shop for Carriage Underframes, 248*
  • Allendale Works, Crawley, of W. Edwards and Co. (London), Ltd., 381*
  • Ampress Aluminium Foundry of Wellworthy, Ltd., 409*
  • Ansty Works of Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., Aero-Engine Test House at, 214*
  • Barugh Green Works of Brook Motors, Ltd., 761*
  • Dorman, Long and Co., Ltd., Developments at, 802
  • Engineering Works, Employment of Women. See Labour
  • Fagersta Steel Works, Sweden, Extensions to, 358
  • Falkirk Works of British Aluminium Co., Ltd., 738, 754*, 822*
  • Gasworks. See Gasworks
  • Longacres Works of Marconi Instruments, Ltd., Extensions to, 369
  • Marfleet Works, Hull, Priestman Brothers, Ltd., 252
  • Normanby Park Steelworks, Soaking-Pit Practice at, 783
  • Port Tennant Works, Swansea, Aluminium Wire and Cable Co., Ltd., 538*
  • River Don Steelworks, Sheffield, Plant at, Fifty Years Ago, 196
  • Templeborough Steelworks, Tests with Open-Hearth Furnace at, 194, 212*
  • Willans Works, Rugby, Preservation of “ Fullagar ” Diesel Engine at, 165*
  • Witton Works of General Electric Co., Ltd., Testing Plant for Large Alter- .nators, 28*; Activities of (Trade Publication), 266
  • Works Management Accountancy Service, 642 Education and Training for, Booklet, 33 Effective Utilisation of Materials, 305* — Factory Health, Safety and Welfare Encyclopaedia, by C. C. Plumbe (Review), 41 ’
  • Management of Small Firms, Conference on, 322
  • Research and Design, Co-operation of for Greater Production, 263
  • Time-Study Rating Investigations, 290, 301* ’
  • — Measurement Research Unit, Investigation
  • of Time-Study Rating, 290, 301*
  • — Ministry of, Britain’s Atomic Factories, 97,
  • 124*; Extension to Radio-Chemical Centre, Amersham, 630*; Codes of Practice. See Standards
  • Workshop Training. See Education
  • — See Works; Machine Tools
  • “ World Harmony,” Oil Tanker, Launch, 262*
  • — Power Conference, Vienna Meeting, 1956,
  • Arrangements for, 743
  • World Tankers Corporation, S.S. “ World Harmony,” 262*
  • Worm Gear. See Gear; Gearing Wrecks. See Accidents
  • — Raising. See Salvage
  • Wright, J., Decorations of S.S. “ Orsova,” 824*
  • — Lecture on Buckling and Stability of
  • Columns, by Professor N. J. Hoff, 13*. See LETTER, 775
  • on Choice of Power Units for Civil Aeroplanes, 683
  • Writers, Engineers as: Growth of a Literature (Review), 487
  • Writing English, by D. J. Graham-Campbell (Review), 487
  • Wyatt, Dr. O. H., on Thickness of High-Temperature Steam Pipes, 197. See LETTERS, 67, 131, 259, 583, 643
  • X-RAY Diffraction Research at National Physical Laboratory, 514, 520
  • Diffraction Spectrometer Ring, 82* Treatment, Linear Accelerator for (Philips Electrical, Ltd.), 694*
  • Xzit (Great Britain), Ltd., Dispersing Sludge in Fuel-Oil Tanks, 120
  • YALE and TOWNE MANUFACTURING CO., “ Warehouser ” Battery-Operated Fork-Lift Truck, 191*
  • Yates Welding-Shop Plant, Exhibition of, 669 Year that Made the Day (Review), 9 “ Yeoman ” Cultivator, 787
  • Yorke, R., on Dynamical Analogies, 162. SEE LETTERS, 67, 775, 805*
  • Yorkshire Engine Co., Ltd., 275-h.p. and 400-h.p. Diesel-Electric Locomotives, 248* Young, T., Experiment on Optical Interference, 654*
  • — Worker in Industry, Conference on, 511
  • ZAMBESI RIVER, Kariba Gorge . Hydro- Electric Scheme, 644
  • Zephyr Nuclear Reactors, Harwell, 265
  • Zerny Engineering Co., Ltd., Pulley Wheel with Dualock Locking Hub, 600
  • Zimmerman and Jansen Crude-Gas Valve (Trade Publication), 456
  • Zinc Alloy Die Casters Association, Certification Mark for Zinc-Alloy Die Castings, 263 S'ee Alloys under Metallurgy
  • — Plating, Organic Finishes for, 748
  • Zoller, R. E., on Babcock Marine Boilers (Trade Publication), 808

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