British Industrial History
The Engineer 1885/04/03
From Graces Guide
1885 April 03rd PDF
- Editorial, p 265.
- Steel boilers.
- Electric Marine Governors.
- South Yorkshire Coalowners and Railway Companies.
- Shipping Freights.
- Curiosities of Gas Lighting.
- Private Bill Legislation.
- Experience in the use of Thick Steel Boiler Plates, by W. Parker, Institution of Naval Architects, p 271.
- Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland, Breakdown Tackle for Railway Work, by H. A. Ivatt, p 267 and p 268. (Illustrated)
- Institution of Naval Architects, p 255. (Illustrated)
- A Mechanical Method of Measuring a Vessel's Stability, by J. H. Heck
- The stowage of Steamships, by F. P. Purvis.
- Arranging coal bunkers ... so as to reduce ballast to a minimum by John Nicholson
- The Most Suitable Propeller for Shallow Draught, by J. I. Thornycroft.
- Some Further Experience with Triple Compound Engines, by A. E. Seaton.
- The Theoretical Duty of Heat in the Steam Engine, by John Macfarlane Gray.
- The Application of Moderate Forced Draught to the Furnaces of Small Steam Vessels upon Willans' System, by Mr. Robinson.
- The Strength of Mild Steel Plates and Rivets of Various kinds used in Shipbuilding, by Mr. Wildish.
- Notes on the Strength of Rivetted Joints, by J. Milton of Lloyd's
- Manufacture of Large Forgings for Stern Frames, by D. Purves of Lloyd's.
- Kings College Engineering Society, Fuel, by Mr. Collis, p 271.
- Physical Society, Professor Guthrie, President, Recent Researches on Radiation, by Captain Abney, p 271.
- Telephone and Telegraph Wire Question, p 259.
- Vertical Compound Engine for Electric Lighting, Deakin and Parker, p 261. (Illustrated)
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