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The Engineer 1888/11/23

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Main Subjects

  • Australian Engineering Notes, p 429.
  • Douse's Automatic Fire-Check, p 427.
  • Editorial, p 435.
    • The Terni Steel Works.
    • Prospects of the London Water Supply.
    • The Water Supply of Paris.
    • The Sun's Distance.
    • Tramways in the Past.
    • Indian Experience of Break of Gauge.
    • The Utilisation of Bessemer Slag.
  • Experimental Determinations of the Results of the Working of a New Fan (Capell), (No. II) - By Mons H. Bochet, p 425.
  • Horizontal Underground Pumping Engines - Hulme and Lund, p 431 and 437. (Illustrated).
  • Hydraulic Lift, Columbus Monument, p 428, 430 and 434. (Illustrated).
  • Illustrations of the Use of Theory in the Work of The Engineer, concluded from p 420, - By Professor Unwin, p 429.
  • Notes on the Laws of Steamship Propulsion - By Robert Mansel, p 426.

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