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The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

Note: This is a sub-section of The Engineer 1909 Jul-Dec: Index

View the Volumes that this Index refers to.

  • ABLETT, C. A., on The Determination of the Economy of Reversing Rolling Mills, 340
  • Accelerometer, H. E. Wimperis, 524

Accidents:

  • American Railway, 604
  • Colliery, in Wales, 475
  • Crawford Derailment, 7
  • Floods at Monterey, 238
  • Priezland Derailment, London and North- Western Railway, 658
  • Necaxa Dam, No. 2, 101, 143
  • Newport Dock Disaster, 35 Railway, General Report on, 275
  • Rhymney Railway Boiler Explosion, 167. 171 ; (Letter), 199 > » ' ,
  • Submarine, Loss of C 11, 65, 89, 103
  • ADAMSON, E., on Tests of Cast Iron, 389
  • Admiralty—see Ships, Naval Matters

Aeronautics:

  • Aeronautical Motors in Paris, 342, 346, 364— see also Engines and Motors
  • Aeroplane Development in France—see Rheims Meeting I
  • Blackpool Aviation Week, 394, 427, 455
  • Bleriot Monoplane Engine and Channel Flight I 116, 211, 218, 219, 237, 247, 342, 427
  • Dirigibles and Aeroplanes for the French Army, 639
  • Doncaster Aeronautical Meeting, 434, 460 Farman Biplane, 211, 218 219, 237 , 247, 364 427, 455
  • Plight with Passengers, S. P. Cody’s, 190
  • Flight Problems, Solution of, by Graphical Methods, M. B. Logan, 50
  • Latham’s Attempt to Fly across Channel. 82
  • - at Blackpool, 427, 455
  • Paulhan and Rougier at Blackpool, 427, 455
  • Rheims 218, 219, 237, 247,
  • Scottish Aeroplane and Engine, Barnwell. 196
  • Sommer at Doncaster, 434, 460
  • Sommer’s Record Aeroplane Flight, 171
  • Biplane, 211, 218, 219, 237, 247, 427,
  • AGRICULTURAL Machinery at Gloucester, 13
  • Agricultural Machinery at Smithfield Show, 602
  • Air Compressors—see Com pressors.
  • Alchohol, Etyhl, from Wood Refuse, Production of, 403; (Letter), 430
  • Alexanderson, E. P. W’., on 100,000 Cycle Alternator, 42
  • Alloy, Reducing, “Sical,” 615
  • Alloys, Alumimum-Copper-Tin, Constitution and Properties of, C. A. Edwards and J. H. Andrew, 415
  • Alloys, Copper Zinc, Professor Turner and M. T. Murray, 417
  • Aluminium Solder, 578

American Engineering News;

  • 83, 122, 223
  • AMERICAN Foundry Practice and Development, 53
  • Apprenticeship, 608
  • Armatures—see Electrical Matters
  • Armoured Plate, Manufacture of, 64
  • Concrete Trusses, 655
  • Armstrong College Radio-Telegraphic Apparatus, 634 rr

Associations, Institutions and Societies:

  • Association, British :
  • Gaseous Explosions Committee, 271
  • Presidential Address, Professor Sir J. J. Thomson, 212, 238 (Engineering Section), Sir W. H. w • X- White, 227, 253
  • Winnipeg Meeting, 212
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester;
  • Distribution and Application of Electric Power. J. S. Peck, 645
  • Engineering Efficiency, J. H. Stubbs, 390
  • Mechanism of Spinning Machinery, W. H. Cook, 444
  • Turbine, The Exhaust Steam, J. N. Bailey, 525
  • Visits to Cotton Mills, 93
  • Winding Engine Design, G. J. Wells, 586
  • Association, International, for Testing Materials :
  • Cement, Effect of Sea Water upon, 290
  • Industry, Danish, P. Larsen, 276
  • Concrete, Reinforced, International Commission on, 290
  • Cones Pressure Tests, Dr. A. Gessner, 310 Congress at Copenhagen, 276,289, 310, 348 Corrosion of Iron in Water and Aqueous Solutions, Professors Heyn and Bauer. 349
  • Hardness Testing, Brinell Test, Dr. P. Ludwik, 310
  • on Metal, Mr. G. Charpy’s Re- ^^^and Steel, International Specifications for, Le Chatelier Test, B. Blount, 349
  • Martin’s Testing Machine, 310
  • Metallography; Report ; Nomenclature of
  • Constituents, &c.. Prof. Heyn, 289
  • Microscopy and Macroscopy in Workshon nnH Foundry, J. E, Stead, 34^ 379
  • Lubrication, Dr. Max Albrecht,
  • S- S.
  • Camerman, 349
  • Shore Scleroscope, 310
  • Spark Test Experiments, Max Bermann, 311 ^Ppry® 289*® ’ ^^atment of, Lawford H.
  • As^clatipn, International, for Testing ( Materials (imitinued)'.
  • ^*^289 Enclosures in, Dr. W. Eosanhain, Steels, Special, Professor Leon Guillot, 289 Technical Testing, International Regulation of, Dr. W. Exner, 349
  • Testing of Rubber, Yarns, Threads, &c., 349
  • Hydraulic Cements, Professor K. Schule 8 Report, 349
  • Timber Tests in the United States, Professor
  • W. H. Hatt, 349
  • Visits, 290, 349
  • Institute, American, of Electrical Engineers:
  • Alternator, 100,000-Cycle, E. F. W. Alex- .anderson, 42
  • Asynchronous Generators, W. L. Walters, 302
  • Commutating Poles, Tests on, J. N. Dodd, 164 Problems in Steel Plants, R. Tschentscber, 343
  • Rolling Mill Motors, E. W. Yearsley, 200
  • Institute of Chemistry;
  • Position of the Institute, 480
  • Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • I Action of Air and Steam on Pure Iron, Dr. Newton Friend, 389
  • I Artificial Magnetic Oxide of Iron, F. J. E. Carulla, 363
  • Autumn Meeting, 339, 360, 388
  • Blast, Dry, Duel Eoonomy of, &c., R. S Moore, 360
  • n x-x Hniform Moisture in, Greville Jones, 360 Constitution of Carbon Tungsten Steels, T. Swindon, 389
  • Corrosion of Iron, Dr. J. Newton Friend, 363 Determination of the Economy of Reversing Rolling Mills, C. A. Ablett, 340
  • Growth of Cast Irons after Repeated Heatings, Professors H. F. Rugan and H. C. H. Carpenter, 341
  • National Physical Laboratory, 363 be'Jg ^339 E- J- Ljung-
  • Serviceable Life and Cost of Renewals of Per-
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Autumn Meeting and Visits, 415
  • Constitution and Properties of the Aluminium- Copper-Tin Alloys, C. A. Edwards and J. H. Andrew, 415
  • Professor Turner and M. T. Murray, 417
  • Elastic Breakdown of Non-ferrous Metals: Sphingometer; C. A. M, Smith, 417
  • Production of Pure Spe’ter, J. C. G. Primrose
  • Some Causes the Corrosion of Copper and Brass, E. L. Rbead, 416
  • Surface Appearance of Solders, C. Bannister and H. J. Tabor, 416
  • Greenwood and P, J, Bris-lee, 418
  • Institute, The Textile :
  • Formation, 511
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • Marine Propulsion by Electric Motors, H. A. Mavor, 648
  • New Building, 525
  • Pass List, October Examination, 1909 Presidential Address, J. C. Inglis, 473, 513 Eagilway Signalling in India, C. W, Hodson,
  • Institution of Glectrical Engrineeps : Presidential Address, Dr. Gisbert Kapp, 527
  • Institution of Engineers and Ship, builders in Scotland:
  • Fifty Years of Warship Building on the Clydei Prof. Biles, 182
  • Joint Meeting, 144, 156, 181
  • Meeting and Membership, 457
  • °*xJy X®®'™ of Merchant Shipbuilding on the North-East Coast, G. B. Hunter and E. W. De Rusett, 182
  • Slight Sketch of the History of Propellants,
  • Sir A. Noble, 156
  • Tmls and Performances of the s.s. Otaki, Engineer-Commander W. McK. Wisnom, loo, 181
  • Visits to Works in Motherwell, Johnstone. &c. &c., 159, 182 ’
  • Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • Gi^tave Canet Lecture, Lieut. Dawson on Eogineering of Ordnance, 37
  • Institution of Mechanical Knglneeps:
  • Advances of Marine Engineering in the Early
  • Twentieth Century, A. J, Maginnis, 135 Combustion and Heat Balance in Locomotive
  • Boilers, Lawford Fry, 421
  • Compound Stress Experiments, Professor C. A. M. Smith, 657
  • Concrete, Reinforced, A. C. Auden, 106, 133 Dinner and Visits, 106, 136, 169
  • Dixon’s Experimental Apparatus, 610
  • Electrical Operation of a Textile Factory, H. W. Wilson, 136
  • Heat Transmission, Professor Dalby, 420, 432, 461, 481, 493
  • indicat^^j^ 136^^^ Engines, Professor F. W, Internal Combustion Pump, &o., H. A. Humphrey, 547, 562, 586, 609, 616, 617 I
  • Joy’s Gas Pump, 609
  • Lister Drive Power Stations, 106
  • Locomotives Designed and Bnilt at Horwich, 6. Hughes, 105, 119, 140, 146, 147, 174
  • Mild Steel Tubes in Compression, &c., W. Mason 657, 671
  • Summer Meetii^, 29, 105, 133, 169
  • Water Arbitration Prize : Conditions, 29 Wilkinson’s Experimental Apparatus, 420 Worthington and Humphrey Pump Contrasted,
  • Institution of Mining* Engineers ;
  • Annual Meeting at Newcastle, 293, 313
  • Dinner and Visits, 314
  • Fire-damp Ct*ps and Detection of Fire-damp in Mines by Safety Lamps, E. B. Whalley and W. M. Tweedie, yl3
  • Flame-caps, Equipment for the Study of, &c., G. R. Thompson, 313
  • Leak-stopping under High Pressure, &c., W. O. Wood, 314
  • Newbiggin Colliery, Steam Plant and Power House, 314
  • Royal Commission on Safety in Mines, Sir H.H. Cunynghame, 313
  • Sinking Through Sand at Newbiggin Colliery, E. M. Bainbridge and W. M. Redfearn, 314
  • Institution, Mining Electrical Engineers
  • Inaugural Meeting, 662
  • Institution of Naval Architects, German:
  • Continuous Current Steam Engines, Professor Stumpf, 659, 572
  • Cranes, Heavy Shipyard, for Fitting-out Purposes, C. Michenfelder, 560
  • Marine Gas Engines, Professor Romberg, 572 Propulsion by Turbo-pumps, &c., Miersch, 601
  • Turbine Problems, A New Solution of, Dr. Ing. Fdbtinger, 559, 572 Measurements of Rudder Pressure, &c., T. Schwarz, 573
  • New Propeller Research, Fr. Gebers, 601 Organisation of Works, especially of Shipyards, Gumbel, 560, 572
  • Institution, North-East Coast of Engineers and Shipbuilders:
  • Annual Meeting, 601
  • Fifty Years of Warship Building on the Clyde, Professor Biles, 182
  • Joint Meeting, 144, 156, 181
  • Marine Boiler Design, Construction and Efficiency. D. Myles, 501
  • Sixty Years of Merchant Shipbuilding on the North-East Coast, G. B. Hunter and E. W. De Busett, 182
  • Slight Sketch of the History of Propellants, Sir A. Noble, 156
  • Trials and Performances of s.s. Otaki, Engineer-Commander W. McK, Wisnom, 156, 181
  • Visits to Works in Motherwell, Johnstone. &c. &c., 159, 182
  • Society of Arts, Royal:
  • An Imperial Navy, Sir W. White, 531
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Chemistry and Bacteriology of Sewage Purification, D. Sommerville, 514
  • Status of the Engineering Profession, G. A. Thomas, 377
  • Society, Glasgow University Engineering:
  • Locomotive on the Reid-Ramsey System. Huirh Reid, 486
  • Society, Physical:
  • Laboratory Machine for Applying Heading and
  • Twisting Moments, Professor E. G. Coker, 43
  • Society, Royal:
  • Alternator, Compound, Working Model, C. A. Parsons, 4
  • Condensers, Electrostatic, W. M. Mordey, 4 Conversazione, 3
  • India-rubber, Heat Contraction Experiments Professor S. P, Thompson, 3 ’
  • Liquid Crystals, Zeiss, 3
  • Luminous Watch Dial and Military Comnass C. E. S. Phillips, 3 ’
  • “ Panflex ” Spring Wheel for Motor Vehicles
  • Parsons’, 3
  • Seismograms of Messina Earthquake, Professor J. Milne, 3
  • Thorp-Butler Replica-grating Spectroscope, 3 Timber, Photographs of, R. A. Robertson, 3 *‘Tubolite,” Metallic Filament, Linolite Company, 3
  • Auden, A. C., on Reinforced Concrete, 106. 133 194 ; (Letter), 199 ’
  • Australia. The New Capital of, 584
  • Austria, Effect of War Scare on Iron Trade 60 Troubles in, 585 ’
  • Autographic Records of Machine Output, 83 Axle, Flexible Crank, Ivatt, 144
  • Axles, Flexible Crank, 142, 144 ; (Letter) 173
  • BAILEY, J, N., on The Exhaust Steam Turbine 625, o08
  • Bannister, C., and H. J. Tabor on the Surface Appearance of Solders, 416
  • Beams, Rolled, The Strength of, 220
  • Bearings, Kynoch’s Self-oiling, 460
  • Belta, Chain Driving, Peerless "V -Belt Company, 224
  • Bevel Gear Table'’, Chas. Watts, 161
  • Bickford, J. S. V., on Experiments with a Glass Carburetter, 132; (Letters), 173,199,242, 278, 315
  • Birthday Honours, 8, 511
  • Blackman, A. S., on Steam Turbines. 71 Blast, Dry. Fuel Economy of, &c., R. S. Moore, 360
  • Uniform Moisture in, G. Jones, 360 Bohm, Dr. C. R., on Forerunners of the Metallic Filament Incandescent Lamps, 143

Boilers:

  • Boiler, Vaughan Pendred, 420 De Vignes, 420 Corrosion as an Electro-chemical Action, Professor C. F. Burgess, 328
  • Feed Pump, Fire and, Merry weather, 92 Boilers of Brazilian Torpedo B lai Destroyer, Matto Grosso, Yarrow, 4, 6, (Two TwO’page SupplentcKtii July 1909)
  • German Steam Boiler Law, 684
  • Inglis Marine Boiler, Barclay, Curie and Co., 16 Lancashire Boilers at Newbiggin Colliery, 314 Locomotive Boiler, Combined, and Feed-water Heater, 223; (Letter), 242
  • The Broton, 105
  • Boilers, Combustion and Heat Balance in, Lawford Fry, 421 Marine Boiler Design, Construction and Efficiency, D. Myles, 501, 606
  • Rhymney Railway, Explosion, 167, (Letter), 199
  • Suckling Water-tube Boiler, Hawksley, and Co., 42
  • Water-tube Boiler and Superheater for motive, Schneider, 431
  • Wilkinson’s Experimental Apparatus for Evaporation, &c., 420
  • BOOM-BREAKING Experiment, 306 Borough Engineer as Arbitrator, 605 Bottle-washers, Bottling and Corking Machinery, Brewers’, 421
  • Boulton, Matthew, and the Soho Works, 195, 259, 462, 624 ; (Correction), 307; (Letters), 315, 700
  • Brake, Vacuum, Improvements, Gresham and Craven, 301
  • Brame, J. S. S., on Liquid Fuel in its Economic Aspects, 434
  • Brennan Four-wheel, Self-propelling, Mono-rail Car, 510
  • Brewers’ Machinery and Vehicles, 421

Bridges:

  • Armoured Concrete Trusses, 655 Blackfriars, Widening of, 293
  • Bridge and Market, Combined, at Monterey, 83 Bridge, A Steel Bowstring Arch, 122 Broadway Bridge over the Cumberland River, 655
  • Electrically Worked Lifting Bridge at Edinburgh, Armstrong, Whitworthand Co., 509 Jaltepec River, Bridge over, at Santa Lucrecia on Tehuantepec Railway, 205
  • Knippelsbro Bascule Drawbridge, 350 Langebro Swing Bridge, 350
  • Newburgh and North Fife Railway Bridges, 84, 88
  • Nile Bridge, near Mansourah, 550 Bridges, 238
  • Scherzer Rolling Lift Railway Bridge, Burma, Spencer and Co., 294, 296
  • Tehuantepec Railway, Bridges on, 205 Thames, New Bridge Proposed, 528 Wansbeck River, Ferro-Concrete Bridge over, 444, 445
  • Wey, Footbridge over the River, 248 Winniogton Swing Bridge across the Weaver, 359, 361
  • BRITISH Engineers and Russian Trade, 54 Building Stones, Weathering Resistance of, 349 Burgess, Professor C. F., on Boiler Corrosion as an Electro-Chemical Action, 328
  • Burstall, F. W., oa Indicating of, 136, 279 Burton-Alexander, J. T., on Recent Locomotive Performances on the Northern Railway of France, 369; (Letter), 404
  • CALENDARS, Diaries, &c., for 1910, 700
  • Canals for United States Irrigation—sec Irrigation and Waterways, Royal Commission on. 446, 498, 656, 683, 691
  • Car, Brennan Monorail, Four-wheel, Self-propelling, 510
  • Carburetter, Automatic, Polyrhoe, Wadkin, 375 Capel’s, 197
  • Glass, Experiments with, J. S. V. Bickford, 132; (Letters) 173, 199, 242, 278, 303, 315
  • Carulla, F. J. B., on Artificial .Magnetic Oxide of Iron, 363

Catalogues:

  • 18, 72, 98, 124, 160, 176, 254, 280, 305, 330, 355, 408, 543, 700
  • CEMENT, Effect of Sea Water upon, 290 Mill at Vulcan Works, Montreal, 680, 690
  • Cements, Hydraulic, Tests, Professor F. Schule ; Le Chatelier Test, B. Blount, 349
  • Central American Steamship Service, 327 Centrifugals—see Pumps
  • Chain Belts, Driving Pnmps, Peerless V-Belt Company, 224
  • Charpy, G., on Impact Tests on Metal, 348 Chemistry and Bacteriology of Sewage Purification, D. Sommerville, 514
  • City and Guilds of London Institute, Awards of Diplomas and Certificates, 94
  • Coal, Coke, and Collieries:
  • Accidents, Colliery, in Wales, 475 Bituminous Coal, Gas Producer Plant for. Fielding and Platt, 317
  • Coal Dust Experiments, 376
  • Coaling Vessels—see Ships
  • Electricity in Collieries. 481
  • Engines, Colliery—see Engines and Motors
  • Firedamp Caps and Safety Lamps, Papers and Discussion at Institution of Mining Engineers, 313
  • Detection of, Winstanley’s Appa- rftljos 094
  • Hull Coal Traffic,’164, 400. 540
  • Labour Questions—see Labour
  • Mines Eight Hours Act, 507
  • Newbiggin Colliery, Visit of Mining Engineers Institution, 314
  • Royal Commission on Safety in Mines, Sir H.
  • H. Cunnynghame on, 313
  • Swansea, Coaling Wharves and Jetties at King’s Dock, 552, 653
  • Ventilation in Mines, 314
  • Wages, Profits and Royalties in the Coal Trade, 336
  • COMPENSATION, Workmen’s—see Labour Compressed Air, Rock Receiver for, 190 Compressor, Air, Scott, 15 ; (Correction), 41
  • Portable Air, C. Price, 190 Vertical, Cross-compound, Two-stage
  • Air, Bailey, 447 {Two-page Supple- Oct<i}er 29(/t, 1909)
  • Concrete, Ferro-, Wharf Construction at Dundee, 93
  • Reinforced, A. C. Auden, 106,133,194; (Letters), 199, 225 Report, on, 290
  • Slabs, “ Muribloc,” 640 Trusses, Armoured, 655
  • Condenser and Air Pump, Relationship between, R. M, Neilson, 130
  • The “ Consummate ” Evaporative, Deane and Beal, 350
  • Weir-Uniflux, for s.s. Tortuguero, 32 Condensers, Jet, 12 ; (Letter), 69
  • Testing, for Leakages, 226 Condensing Plant at Bermondsey Supply Station, 350
  • and Water-cooling Plants, E. Lunn, 96

Contracts:

  • 21, 46, 74, 98, 124, 176, 232, 256. 280, 332, 356, 382, 408, 436, 464, 488, 514, 542, 590, 620, 650, 676
  • COOK, W H., on Mechanism of Cotton-spinning Machinery, 444
  • Copper, 483
  • and Brass, Some Causes of the Corrosion of, E, L. Rhead, 416
  • Steam for Brewers, Briggs’, 421
  • Trade Combination, 638
  • Zinc Alloys, Professor Turner and M. T. Murray, 417
  • Corrosion, Boiler as an Electro-chemical Action, Professor C. F. Burgess, 328
  • of Copper and Brass, Some Causes of the, E. L. Rhead, 416
  • of Iron, Dr. J. Newton Friend, 363 Cotton - spinning Machinery, Mechanism of, W. H. Cook, 444
  • Counter and Chronograph, Combined, Novel, 344 Coupling for Hose Pipes, Livett, 172
  • Nunan’s 354 Instantaneous Hose, Max,” Limited, 200
  • Crane, Electric Luffing, Waygood, 450 160-Ton Electric Revolving Cantilever, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., 534
  • Goliath, at Melilla, Appleby’s, 460 Electrical Tower, Anderson, 643 70-Ton Hydraulic, at Swansea, Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., 601
  • Movable Hydraulic, C. and A. Musker, 513
  • Three-ton Electric Locomotive, J. H Wilson, 42
  • 160-Ton Electric Shipbuilding, Sir W. Arrol, 187, 189
  • 150-Ton Revolving Tower, Benrather Maschinenfabiik, 576, 580
  • Cranes in German shipyards, 374, 412, 470, 576, 680
  • New Cantilever, at the Wallsend Shipyard, 669
  • Crank Shaft Failures, Mr. Longridge’s Report, 245, 272
  • Catting off a Steamer’s Stem—see Ships Cylinder Condensation and the Temperature of
  • Cylinder Walls, R. Royds, 385, 426 ; (Letter), 502
  • Cylinders, Locomotive Engine, 426
  • DALBY, Professor, on Heat Transmission, 420, 432, 461, 479, 481, 493 ; (Letters), 476, 502
  • Dam, Necaxa, No, 2, Accident to, 101, 143
  • Dams, Pumps, Canals, and Aqueducts for, United States Irrigation—see Irrigation
  • Davis, J. G., and Harding, W. R., Experiments with Centrifugal Pumps, 206
  • Deeley, R. M., on Compound Engines, 623, 637; (Letter), 674
  • Deflection due to Shear, W. C. Popplewell, 309; (Letter), 353
  • Design of Shafts—see Shafts
  • Dixon’s Experimental Apparatus, 610

Docks:

  • Brazil, Floating, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 190, 252
  • Brocklebank Graving, at Liverpool, 169 King’s, at Swansea, 526, 551, 597 {Ttco-page
  • Supplei)i&nt^ Noceinbei' 19^Zi, 1909)
  • Kobe, 12.000-Ton Pontoon Floating Dock at, 250, 251
  • Newport Dock Disaster, 35
  • Penarth, Off-shore Floating Dock for, Swan,
  • Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 316, 320

Dockyard Notes:

  • ARGENTINA’S Orders for Destroyers, 618
  • Dockyard Notes {contin.ucdy»
  • Argentine Destroyers, Four to be Built by
  • Cammell, Laird, 685 Dreadnoughts, Germany’s Efforts to Secure Contract ; Private Yards Question, 536, 560 Kivadavia and Moreno, 685 Bellona, Trials, 536
  • Blanche and Newcastle, H.M.S,, Armament Question, 633
  • Brazilian Destroyer Alagoas, Full-speed Trials, 378 Minas Geraes’ Trials, 560
  • Chilian Naval Expansion, 618
  • Chinese Navy, Postponement or Abandonment.
  • 560 French Destroyer Voltigeur, Trials, 618
  • Naval Position and Navy League, 560 Navy and French Finance, 378 Smokeless Powder, 509
  • Funnel Marking for the British Navy, 378 German Battleship Ersatz Beowulf, 536 Nassau, Speed on Trials, 636
  • Battleships to have Torpedo Nets, 560 Cruiser Blucher, 633
  • Destroyer G, 171, 618 Thuringen Class, Details, 618 Warships Built for Sale, Rumours, 685 Germany’s Active Naval Ptrsonnel Increased, 618
  • Greek Armoured Cruiser, 685 Cruiser Averof, 633 Navy and Turkey, 678
  • Hvalen versics Papin, 578
  • Indefatigable, H.M.S., Armament, 509
  • H.M.S. (Old Apollo Class) renamed Melpomene, 685 Italian Battleships and Cruisers Converted into Colliers, 618
  • Dreadnoughts and Cruisers, Additions to Fleet 618
  • Japanese Navy, Building Rumours, 537 Shipyards’ Output, 560
  • Lion Cruisers, Chief Features, 508, 633
  • Liverpool, H.M. Town Class Cruiser, Launched, 537
  • Naval Engineer Officers’ Status, 685 Neptune, H.M. Battleship, 509 Nomenclature of Dreadnought Cruisers, 685 Norway and Sweden : Warship Proiects Hang Fire, 560
  • Orion and Lion Classes. Gun Question, 508, 578, 633
  • Portsmouth Harbour Dredging, 685
  • Russian Gunboats, Re-equipment of Engines, Boilers, and Armament, 618
  • St. Vincent, Collingwood, and Vanguard, H.M. Battleships, Trials, 509, 633
  • Spanish Battleship Espana, 633 Stoker Recruits, 560
  • Turkey and the Brazilian Dreadnoughts, 536, 560
  • Turkish Monitor, with Tri nod Masts, 686 United States Battleship North Dakota, Speed on Trials, 637
  • United States Battleships, Size of, 633
  • Vanguard, H.M.S., Gun Trials, 560
  • DODD, J, N., on Tests on Commutating Poles. 164
  • Dredger, Gold, Propulsion Screen, for Peru, Lobnitz. 268, 270
  • Rock-lifting Hopper, Viscount Ridley, Fleming and Ferguson, 500
  • Sand Pump Coronation, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 169
  • Sand Pump Pelican, Simons, 58
  • Drop Stamp Battery, Improved Friction, Massey, 304
  • Dynamometer, 600 H.P., Rear-Admiral Melville and J. H. Macalpine, 576
  • EDWARDS, C. A., and J. H. Andrew on the Constitution and Properties of the Aluminium- Copper-Tin Alloys, 415

Electrical Matters:

  • Adamello Power Plant, Escher, Wyss, 430 Alternator, Compound, Working Model, C. A. Parsons, 4
  • 100,000-Cycle, 42
  • Armatures, Machine for Putting Bands on, Tangyes, 378
  • Buenos Ayres, Generating Station at, 263, 267 Collieries, Electricity in, 481
  • Commutating Poles, Tests on, J. N. Dodd, 164 Continuous Current Pressure Converter, Crompton, 40
  • Design of Shafts, with Special Reference to High-speed Electric Generators, H. H. Jeffcott, 411, 439, 491, 583, 623
  • Distribution and Application of Electric Power, J. S. Peck, 645
  • Electrical Driving of a Lead Works, 661 Engineers, Training of. Professor J. A. Fleming, 380
  • Electric Power Stations, Efficiency of, 209
  • Electricity from Refuse; Meldrum’s Destructor, 458
  • in Steel Works, R. Tschentscher, 343
  • Electrolysis Troubles in Winnipeg, Professor Herdt’s Report, 211
  • Furnaces—see Furnaces
  • Fuse, Water-tight, S. W. Martyn, 172
  • Generating Plant for Christiania, Brown, Boveri, 315
  • Generators, Asynchronous, 302
  • High-tension Insulators and Polarised Light, S. Richey and F. Bounet, 301
  • Hydro-Electric Generator, Union Electric Company, 540
  • Lighting Sets, Small Oil Engine, Capel, 197
  • Lister Drive Power Stations, 106
  • Marine Propulsion, Electric Drive for, Wilson, 135
  • Marine Propulsion by Electric Motors, H. A. Mavor, 648
  • Power House at Newbiggin Colliery, 314
  • Rolling Mill Motors, E. W. Yearsley, 200
  • Shop Testing of Direct and Alternating Current Machinery, J, W. Rogers, 646
  • Sparking Plug, Low Accessories and Ignition Company, 70
  • Starting Switch, Adams Manufacturing Company, 117
  • Stepney Electricity Works. 448
  • Textile Factory, Electrical Operation of, H. W. Wilson, 136
  • Tortuguero Steamship Lighting Set, W. H. Allen, 29 ; (Correction) 92
  • Tarbo-Alteroator, 6000-Kilowatt, Howden and Company and Siemens Brothers, 452, 456
  • Turbo-Alternator, 11,000 h.p. Rotor and Stator at* Buenos Ayres, 263, 267
  • Wind Turbine Electric Plant at Private House, Childs, 528
  • ELEVATOR, Mitchell Cantilever Grain, New Conveyor Company, 28
  • Embankment Building Machine, 83

Engines and Motors:

  • Electrical Motors—see Electrical Matters
  • Internal Combustion Engines
  • Ae*’ODautical Motors in Paris : Antoinette, Anzani, Aster, Bayard-Clement, Beck, Berthaud, Brouhot, Bucket, Clerget, Cote (Prini-Berthaud), Darracq. De Dion, Demoiselle (Santos-Dumont), Duthenil, E.N.V., Parcot, Fernandez, Fiat, Gnome, Green, Gregoire-Gyp, Koechlin, Mors, Panhard,
  • B. E.P., Renard, Renault, Rougier, Vendome, Wolseley 342, 346, 364
  • Aeroplane Engines—see Aeronautics
  • Allsop Motor Paraffin Engine, 547
  • Bingham’s Piston-valve Engine for Motor Cars, 521
  • Cooper Piston-valve Engine for Motor Cars, 521
  • Crossley’s Engines at Gloucester, 14
  • Crossley New Type Motor Car Engine and Gear-box, 522 ; (Letter), 565
  • Dolphin, and Knight-Daimler Motor Car Engines, 523
  • Dudbridge, 12 B.H.P. Oil Engine, 15
  • Gas Engine, Development of the, 425 ; (Letters). 459, 476. 502
  • and Suction Gas Plant, Hornsby- Stockport, 14
  • Gas Engines at Gloucester, Campbell Gas Engine Company, 15
  • Indicating of, F. W. Burstall, 136, 279
  • National Gas Engine Company,
  • Hewitt Piston-valve Petrol Engine for Motor Cars, 521
  • Internal Combustion Engine, Ideal Card for, 193
  • Lucas Valveless Motor Car Engine, 623 Marine Gas Engines, Professor Romberg, 672 Oil Engine Electric Lighting Sets, Capel, 197 Works—see Wor&
  • Engines, Hornsby-Ackroyd, 14 Engines at Smithfield, 602
  • Petrol Engine for Tipping Wagon, Clayton, 14 Petrol Engine, Variable Stroke, Gill, 401 Petroleum Engine, 22 B.H.P., Petter, 14, 15 Piston Valve Petrol Engine for Motor Cars, 520 Reversible Marine Oil Engine, Pollock, 614 Suction Gas Engine, Capel,

Engines and Motors: Steam Engines:

  • Compound Ploughing Engine, Fowler, 602
  • Continuous Current Steam Engines, Professor Stumpf, 559, 572
  • Double-beat Engine Valves, 168
  • Engines of the Brazilian Torpedo Boat Destroyer Matto Grosso, Yarrow, 4, 6 i?09)^^'^^'^*^’^^ 2ncf,
  • Centrifugal Pump, Pistons, and Piston Valve of s.s. Tortuguero, Alex. Stephen and W. H. Allen, 29, 30, 34 cf the French Cruiser Ernest Renan, 240, 244
  • of the Italian Battleship Napoli, 184, 192 (Tico-page Supplement, Auqust 1909)
  • of the Steamship Graceful, Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., 344 (Ywo- page Supplement^ October Is^, 1909) for Traioing Trawler Engineers, 404
  • Experimental Drop Valve Engine at South- Western Polytechnic, Easton and Bessemer, 402
  • Marine Governor, Kerr’s Anticipating, for s.s. Tortuguero, 31, 32
  • Ploughing Eagine, Aveling, 603
  • Road Locomotive and Tractor, Aveling, 603
  • Single-cylinder Superheated Steam Traction Engine, Garrett, 602
  • Steam Eagine and Dynamo, Combined, for s.s. Tortuguero, W. H. Allen, 29
  • Engines, Agricultural, Turner, 13
  • Turbine v. Piston Engines in Warships—see Ships, Foreign Navies
  • Ulster, s.s., Oscillating Cylinders of, 261 Vertical Compound Corliss Steam Engine,
  • Hick, Hargreaves and Co., 640
  • Winding Engine Design, G. J. Wells, 586 Winding Engines at Newbiggin Colliery, Robey, 314
  • ENGINEERING Contracts, Technical Guarantees in, 321
  • Efficiency, J. H. Stubbs, 390 and Industrial Finance, 665 Laboratories at the Manchester University, 62, 66 at Melilla, 460 of Ordnance, 37
  • Profession, Status of, G. A.
  • Thomas, 377
  • Science and Business, 666 in South and Central America, Progress of, 531, 545 Engineers and Port of London Rates, 297
  • Royal Reserve, 514
  • English Universities and Engineers, 663 Evaporator for s.s. Tortuguero, Weir, 32

Exhibitions and Shows;

  • Aeronautical Motors in Paris, 342, 346
  • Alaska, Yukon, and Pacific, 161 Brewers’ Machinery, &c., 421 Brussels, 1910, 574
  • Buenos Aires, 1910, 670
  • Lagos Agricultural Show, 1910, 642 Motor Car, at Olympia, 511, 520, 646 Royal Agricultural Society, at Gloucester, 13 Show, Smithfield Club, 602
  • EXPERIMENTAL Apparatus for Evaporation, &c., Wilkinson, 420
  • Explosions, Gaseous, British Association and, 271
  • Explosives, 110
  • Export Trade—see Trade
  • Exports of Machinery, 322
  • Extensometer, Professor Turner’s, 417
  • FACTORY Stock-room Methods, 122
  • Ferry Steamers—see Ships
  • Ferry Steamer, Train, Drottning Victoria. Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 65, 107, 112 ; (Letter), 225 (Two-page Supplement, Julu _ 30<A, 1909)
  • Finland, Development of the Industries of, 234 Waterways and Waterfalls of, 285
  • Fire and Boiler-feed Pump, Merryweather, 92
  • Fire-boxes—see Locomotives, Jacobs-Shupert, 316
  • I^stection of, Winstanley’s Apparatus,
  • Fishguard as a Port of Call, 250
  • Fleming, Professor J. A., on Training of Electrical Engineers, 380
  • Flexible Crank Axles, 142,144 ; (Letter), 173
  • Plight—see Aeronautics
  • Footplate Experience - see Locomotives
  • Forging Press, Hydraulic, Berry, 215
  • Forthcoming Meetings, 510, 536, 550
  • Fbttinger, Dr. Ing., on a New Solution of Marine Turbine Problems, 559
  • Foundry Hints, Some, 160
  • Practice and Development, American, 53 Soho—see Works, Soho
  • Friction Drop Stamp Battery, Massey, 304 Heating by, 348 ; (Letter), 404
  • Friend, Dr. J. Newton, on Action of Air and Steam on Pure Iron, 389
  • Corrosion of Iron, 363
  • Fruit Tree Spraving Machines, Drake and Fletcher, 15 ; Weeks and Son, 15
  • Fry, Lawford, on Combustion and Heat Balance in Locomotive Boilers, 421
  • Fuel, Liquid, in its Economic Aspects. J. S. S. Brame, 434
  • Supplies, Choice and Control of, by Steamship Companies, J. B. C. Kershaw, 181 Fuels, Liquid, Heat Values of, 304
  • Locomotive—see Railway Locomotives
  • Fulton Centenary, 314, 347 ; (Letter), 430, 459
  • Furnace, Continuous Annealing, 688
  • Electric Smelting, 339
  • Fuses—see Electrical Matters
  • GANTRIES—see Ships
  • Gas Engines—see Engines holders at Gateshead, Old and New, 577 Plant at Smithfield Show, 602
  • Soho, Murdock’s, 261
  • Producer Plant for Bituminous Coal. Fielding and Platt, 317
  • Producers, Suction, Experience with. 79.129, 155
  • Experiments with, 79 Gaseous Explosions, British Association and, 271 Gasquet Pasteuriser, 422
  • Gassing of Yarns—see Yarns
  • German Competition in Steel, 693
  • Shipyards, 374, 412, 424, 468,519,521,
  • Steam Boiler Law, 584
  • Going down to the Roots, 56, 64 ; (Letters), 95, 118
  • Gold Dredgers, Modern, Development of, 268, 270
  • Governors, Steam Turbine, 299
  • Grain Conveying Machinery at Avonmouth, New Conveyor Company, 326
  • Elevator, Mitchell Cantilever, New Conveyor Company, 28
  • Greenhill, Sir G., on the Work of Recoil, 64—sw Letters to the Editor on Marine Propulsion Grindstones, Dressing, Brunton and Trier, 644 • (Correction), 676
  • Grinding Machines—Machine Tools
  • Gun Recoil—see Recoil
  • Guns—see War Material
  • HAMBLOCH, A., on Materials for Binding Mortar, 443
  • Hammers—see Machine Tools

Harbours and Waterways:

  • Bristol Channel Ports, 658—see also Docks
  • Clyde, The, at a Shipping and Shipbuilding Port, 302 ®
  • Copenhagen Harbour, Visited by International Association, 350
  • Dover, Admiralty Harbour at, 390, 396, 397
  • Finland, Waterways and Waterfalls of, 285 Fishguard Harbour, 670, 693 (Four-page Supplement, Decembet' 3rd, 1909) as a Port of Call, 250
  • Havre, New Deep-water Quay, 144
  • Kirkcaldy Harbour Extensions, 405
  • Mersey, Annual Report, 145
  • Navigation in the United States, Inland, 406
  • Newcastle Quayside Improvements, 164
  • Port of London Rates, Engineers and, 297 Rangoon, Port Works at, 58
  • Scarborcmgh Harbour, Recent Improvements at, 683
  • Waterways and Railways, Inland, 582
  • HARDNESS of Metals, New Device for Aseer* taining, 538
  • Hay and Straw Baling Press, Howard, 13 Headlights—see Motor Vehicles
  • Heat of Steam. Total, New Formula for the. Professor R. H. Smith, 667
  • Transmission, Professor Dalby, 420, 432. 461, 479, 481, 493 ; (Letters), 476, 502
  • Values of Liquid Fuels, 304
  • Heatiog by Friction, 348; (Letter), 404
  • Herdt, Professor, Report on Electrical Conditions in Winnipeg, 211
  • Highways. Control and Management of, 299
  • Hodson, C. W., on Railway Signalling in India,
  • Homerton Workhouse and Infirmary, 880
  • Hose Coupling, Instantaneous, “Max” Limited, Pipe Coupling, Livett, 172
  • Nunan’s 854
  • Hospital Warming and Lighting, 604 Centenary, 314, 347 ; (Letter), 4oUj 4&y
  • Hughes, G., on Locomotives at Horwich 105 114, 119, 140, 146,147,174
  • Humphrey, H. A., on an Internal Combustion Pump, 428, 547, 557, 562, 586, 597, 607, 609 616, 617 ; (Letters) 564, 588, 613 ’ ’
  • Humphrey Pump, Impressions of, 597
  • Hutton, S., on Yield of Water, Rainfall, &c, 71
  • IMPACT—see Tests
  • Improving Trade, 55, 272, 404
  • Injector, The “ Time-saver ” Automatic, 117 Inland Navigation in the United States, 406 Internal Combustion Pumps—see Pumps
  • Iron and Steel:
  • Action of Air and Steam on Pure Iron. Dr Newton Friend, 389
  • Blast, Dry, Fuel Economy of, &o., R. S. Moore 360 ’
  • Uniform Moisture in, G. Jones, 360 Constitution of Carbon Tungsten Steels T. Swieden, 389 ’
  • Corrosion of Iron, Dr. J. Newton Friend 363 Electricity in Steel Works, R. Tsohentscher, o4o
  • German Competition in Steel, 693
  • Growth of Cast Irons after Repeated Heatings Professors H. F. Rugan and H. C. H Carpenter, 341
  • Iron Trade in Austria, Effects of War Scare 60 Revival, 221
  • Large Steel Castings for the Titanic—see Ships Magnetic Oxide of Iron, Artificial, F. J R Carulla, 363
  • Mild Steel Tubes in Compression. &o W Mason, 657, 671 ’’
  • Nomenclature of Iron and Steel, Report, Professor H. Howe, 290 ’
  • Metallurgy, Professor Hevn, 289
  • Rail Steel, Treatment of, 114 Steg9Enclosures in Steel, Dr, W. Rosenhain, for Iron and Steel,
  • Steel Production, Profits on, 692
  • Rail Trade, Future of, 297
  • ^339’“®^ -E!- J- Ljunberg,
  • Spring, Heat Treatment of. Lawford H Kry, 289
  • Steels, Special, Professor Leon Guillet, 289 tests of Cast Iron, E. Adamson, 389 TT .. y^rious, for Iron and Steel, 310 United States Steel Trust, 454
  • IRRIGATION Works of the United States Government, 292, 311, 337, 386, 440, 496, 548,
  • Ivatt’s Axles—see Axles
  • JEFFCOTT, H. H, on Design of Shafts. with Special Reference to High-speed Electric Generators, 411, 439, 491, 583, 623
  • Jones, Greville, on Uniform Moisture in Blast
  • KERSHAW, J. B. C., on choice and Control of Fuel Supplies by Steamship Companies, 181
  • Kiel Dockyard Scandal, 669
  • LABORATORY Machines for Applying Bending and Twisting Moments, Professor E. G. Coker,

Labour News, Strikes, and Wages Questions:

  • Coal Trade Crisis, Scotch, 63, 89, 113 141 Dispute, 16
  • Employers and Workmen’s Compensation, 167,
  • Labour Exchanges Bill; Financial Statement, Problem in France, 398
  • Mmes Eight Hours Act, 507
  • Pit Lads’ Revolt, 37
  • Population and Unemployment, 35 gP’Pyard Operations, Demarcation of, 39 uSed <596
  • LAMP, Metallic Filament Incandescent, The
  • Poreruoners of the. Dr. C. R. Bohm, 143
  • Land Reclamation tor Park Purposes, 223

Launches and Trial Trips-

  • LEAD Trap Press, Phillips, 695

Leaders:

  • Admiralty Destroyer Policy, 372
  • Aeroplane Development in France. 219 Apprenticeship, 608
  • Armour Plate, Manufacture of, 64
  • Boilers, Modern Marine, 508
  • Borough Engineer as Arbitrator, 505
  • Briquettes as a Locomotive Fuel 666 609 Bristol Channel Ports, 558 ’ ’
  • British Association and Caseous Explosions, 271

Leaders :

  • (missing lines)
  • Canal Commission, Report, 691
  • Coal Trade Crisis, 63, 89, 113, 141
  • Common Denominator, The, 607
  • Copper Trade Combination, 638 Crank Shaft Failures, 272
  • Double-beat Engine Valves, 168 Dover Harbour, 397
  • Electricity in Collieries, 481
  • Workmen’s Compensation, 167,
  • Engineering and Industrial Finance, 665
  • of Ordnance, 37
  • Science and Business, 666 Engineers and Port of London Rates, 297 Exports of Machinery, 322
  • Flexible Crank Axles, 142
  • French Dreadnoughts, 639
  • Marine, The Report on the, 11, 91 Friezland Derailment, 558
  • Gas Engine, Development of the, 426 Pump, 557
  • German Dreadnoughts. 607
  • Heat Transmission, 479
  • Heating by Friction, 348
  • Hudson-Fulton Centenary, 347
  • Inland Waterways and Railways, 682 Institute of Chemistry, 480
  • Internal Combustion Engine, Ideal Card of an, 193
  • Iron Trade Revival, 221
  • Jet Condensers, 12
  • Labour Exchanges, 11
  • Problem in France, 398
  • Locomotive Engine Cylinders, 426 Fire-boxes, 114
  • Performance, 298
  • Locomotives, Ideal, 532
  • London Trade Schools, 559
  • London Traffic. 506
  • Mathematics, Higher, and the Engineer, 219 Midland Railway, Compound Locomotives on the, 637
  • Mines Eight Hours Act, 507
  • Missing Quantity, 426
  • Motor Car Wheels, 246
  • Motor Roads, 247, 273
  • Naval Works Vote, 36
  • Navy, An Imperial, 531
  • Newport Disaster, 35
  • Patents, Compulsory Working of, 246 Reciprocity in the Working of, 454
  • Permanent Way, Life of, 371, 398
  • Population and Unemployment, 35
  • Rail Steel, Treatment of. 114
  • Ralls, Failure of, in the United States, 90 Railway Fuel, 666, 692
  • Railway Passenger Classes, 348
  • Rhymney Railway Boiler Explosion, 167
  • Roads, Motor, 247, 273
  • Rolled Beams, Tne Strength of, 220
  • Rolling Stock, The Purchase of, 582
  • Sand in Concrete, 194
  • Scotch Miners and their Wages, 63, 89,113 141 Scrap Heap, The, 245 ’
  • Standardisation as a Principle, 453
  • Steel Production, Pro6ts on, 692
  • Steel Rail Trade, Future of, 297
  • Steel Trust, 454
  • Stream Line Theory and Collisions at Sea, 221 Submarine, Future of the, 89 Suburban Railway Traffic, 194 Technical Guaraniees in Engineering Contracts, oJl
  • Trade, Improving, 272
  • Turbine, The Exhaust Steam, 608 Turbines, Steam Consumptrnn of, 141
  • in the United States Navy, 638
  • Underground Electric Railways, 36
  • Unskilled Labour, 372
  • Warship Armament, 533
  • Warships, Novel Types of, 681
  • Propelling Machinery for, 532
  • Water Hammer, 322
  • Workshop Accuracy, 63

Legal Intelligence:

  • Minerals Separation, Limited, v. British Ore Concentration Syndicate, Limited, 565

Letters from our own Correspondents:

  • ±11, ^\j±, zza, -zai), 281, 306, 331 .366' 381’ 649,’ 675, 702
  • ^72T“1^<3^?7O 201 47, 74, 99,
  • 201, 229. 255, 281, 305, 331,’355,’ 381 407 435. 463. 487- 61-f; 641 KCK con 675, 701
  • 366 38?’ 256,’ 282, 306^ ’332,
  • 408, 436, 464, 488, 516 542 666 590, 619, 650, 676, 702 ’ ’

Letters to the Editor :

  • Apprenticsship, G. Wyatt Truscott, 377 " B
  • KK?rg^ht','?9^^
  • Centrifugal Force, A. R., 537: H. L. Brown, ^*“®S.537; Kilius, ?;Tat=er^3^0;’4V6?53^6^i^’ 587,’643®-’®'^=- “•
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Experiments with F. H. S., 278; J. G. Davis, 278, 377 Colombian Mining, G. T. Pardoe, 118 Concrete, Reinforced, Beams, H. L. Brown, 476
  • Retaining Walls, A. V. M., 199
  • Sand in, A. F. Bruce, 225 Condensation in Steam Turbines, F. Foster, 94 Condensers, Jet, W. O. Horsnaill, 69 Crank Axles, Breakage of, J. Riekie, 95 Crofsley Motor Car Engines, Crossley Brothers, 565
  • Deflection due to Shear, D. Gillespie, 353 A Fallacies, W. J. H., 95, 138; Wetted Surface, 118
  • Denny Edgecombe Torsion Meter, G. T. Pardoe, 502
  • Drawing an Ellipse, D. B., 377 ; E. Benedict, 430 ; J. H. Bradley, 315; T. C. Broom, 404;
  • J. E. H., 315; M. Kloss, 353; P. Merry del Vai, 278
  • Electric Driving of Textile Factories, W. B. Woodhouse, 502
  • Ethyl Alcohol from Wood Refuse, Production, J. C. Stead, 430
  • Ferry Steamers, McKie and Baxter, 674
  • Gas Engine, Development of the, A British Manufacturer, 476; D. Neustadter, 459, 502
  • Heat Transmission, Professor Dalby on, Mark Robinson, 476 ; R. H. Smith, 502
  • Heating by Friction, J. Lomax, 404
  • Hollow Axles, Crank Pins, and Stud Pins, C. R. King, 173
  • Home - office and Power Gas Engines, Hal Williams, 95
  • “Humphrey” Pump, H. Davey, 613; H. A. Humphrey, 588, 613; D. H. Irwin, 564, 613; J, F. Robinson, 643
  • Interconnection of Engineering Societies, H. W. C., 700
  • Invention of the Steamboat, J. H. Hulls, 430, 459
  • Latent and Sensible Heat, F. B. Aspinall, 9, 68, 173, 502, 587 ; Interested, 68; R. Royds, 537 ; E. C. S., 303
  • Locomotive Boiler Barrels, Long, Antiplea, 242 Crank Axles, R. A. Lewis. 225
  • First Four-Cylinder “Balanced” Compound, in America, F. W.
  • Brewer, 69 ; Railways, 173
  • Life of a, A. Price Williams, 41
  • Practice of To-day, British, F. L.
  • Bassett, 277 ; F. W. Brewer, 199, 277, 502; C. W. Dauncey, 199, 225, 303, 404, 476; H. W. Dearberg, 95, 138, 198, 242, 302 ; Excelsior, 95 ; L. A. F., 137,'242, 303; F. S. Hennell, 315; A. Hockley, 199, 303 ; C. K. King, 172 ; Marine Engineer, 537 ; J. Riekie, 69, 118, 173, 277, 459, 537; A. J. Robinson, 404 Locomotives, Compound, Harold Smith, 674
  • Early Balanced, &c.—see Locomotive, First Four-cylinder,
  • G. N.R., at the White City,
  • F. W. Brewer, 138
  • Marine Propulsion, H. Barnes, 40; T. S. C., 198, 242 ; Fuse, 95, 138, 242 ; G. Greenhill, 118, 198; W. Preidel, 9. 68, 118, 224; A. R., 68 ; J. Ramsay, 198 ; F. R, S., 69
  • Mathematics, Pure v. Practical, P. H. Parr, 303 ; F. J. Romer, 315
  • Momentum, &c.—see Marine Propulsion Motor Cars and the Budget, Taxation of, B. Blount, 199
  • Primitive Engineering of Canadian Loggers, G. A. W., 588
  • Propellers in Tubes, S. W, Barnaby, 225; Yasuzo Wadagaki, 138, 476
  • Pumping Engines, Economy of, U.S.A., 588 —see also Humphrey Pump
  • Rhymney Railway Locomotive Boiler Explosion, J. W. Martin, 199
  • Road Surveyor, Qualifications of, Q. Q., 199 “ Rocket,” The Driver of the, R. B. P., 643 Self-opening Die Hoad for Capstan and Turret Lathes, H. Maplethorpe, 69
  • Soho, Old Tools at, A. C. Franklin, 315 Works, Jas. Forbes, 700
  • Steam, Volumes and Pressures of—see Latent and Sensible Heat
  • Technical Education, Failure of, G. Lewis, 700 Territorials, Engineers and the, F. E. G. Skey, 41
  • Tidal Power v. Gas Power, W. 0. Horsnaill, 41; J. Jamison, 9
  • Time and Overtime, Beechwood, 9 Trans-Siberian Railway, F. A. F., 588 Workshop Accuracy, P. Van den Kerchove, 41 Life-saving Devices in Submarine Boats, Siebe,
  • Gorman, 612
  • Liquid Fuel—see Fuel

Literature: Reviews:

  • Adventures of a Civil Engineer, C. 0. Burge, 142
  • Annuaire pour I’An, 1910, 627
  • Balance, The Construction of the, Dr. E. Brauer, 274, 323
  • Cane Sugar and its Manufacture, H. C. Prinsen Geerligs 91, 115
  • Cotton Mid Construction and Engineering, Recent, J. and F. Nasmith, 627
  • Crampton Lokomotive, Die, mit besonderer Barucksichtigung der deutschen Bauarten,
  • F. Gaiser, 667
  • Design of Plate Girders and Columns, Professor W. E. Lilly, 65
  • Electricity, H. M. Hobart, 693
  • Elliptic and Pseudo - Elliptic Arches, the Ideal Masonry Arch, K. Pearson, W. D Reynolds and W. F. Stanton, 627
  • Fighting Ships, 1909, F. T. Jane, 37, 91
  • Gas, Oil and Petrol Engine, Dugald Clerk, 274, 533
  • Portland Cement, A. C. Davies, 442
  • Poussiferes de Houille, Les, M. J. Daniel, 195 Steam Tables and Diagrams, L. S. Marks and H. N. Davis, 168

Literature: Short Notices:

  • Automatic Screw Machines and their Tools, C. L. Goodrich and F. A. Stanley, 115
  • Azimuth, G. L. Hosmer, 115
  • Bamboo for Papermaking. R. W. Si^ndall, 196 Bridge Construction, A Practical Treatise on,
  • T. Claxton Fidler, 115
  • Bridges, Design of Highway, and Stresses in
  • Bridge Trusses, M. S. Ketchum, 65
  • British Explosives Industry, Rise and 1 regress of, E. A. B. Hodgetts, ol Standard Railway Riils and Fishplates, 442
  • Building Foreman’s Pocket-book, &c., II. G. Richey, 115 .
  • Calculus and its Applications, R. G. Blame, 190 Canada, Mines Branch, Peat Bogs and Peat
  • Industry of Canada, 169
  • Carburetters, Vaporisers and Distributing Valves, E. Butler, 169 . .
  • Concrete Construction, Reinforced, Principles of, F. E. Turneaure and E. K. Maurer, 216
  • Reinforced, in Europe, A. L. Colby, 323
  • Drawings for Medium-sized Repetition Work,
  • R. D. Spinney, 274
  • Electrical Calculations, Elementary, T. O’C. Sloane, 534
  • Installations, Rankin Kennedy, 91, 216
  • Engineering Units of Measurement, J. Ramsay, 274
  • Gas Engine Theory and Design, A. C. Mehr tens, 91
  • Gas and Gas Meters, Practical Testing of, C. H. Stone,116
  • Geometry, Descriptive, V. T. Wilson, 274
  • Guns, Theory of the Recoil of, F. Rausen- berger, 115
  • Hydraulic Tables and Diagrams for Practical Engineers, Capt. A. ff. Garrett, 37 Hydro-Electric Developments and Engineering, F. Koester, 323 ; (Correction), 377
  • Instanter Decimal Tables of Weights, Measures and Monies, 0. G. Winzar, 115
  • Iron and Steel Analyses, Laboratory Notes on, W. Macfarlane, 534, 694
  • Law Affecting Engineers, W. V. Ball, 196 Locomotive Engineering, A Manual of, W. F. Pettigrew, 169
  • Machine Shop Drawings, F. H. Colvin 634, 694 Marine Engineering, A. N. Somerscales, 91 Mechanics, Elementary of, Solids and Fluids, A. C. Jones and C. H. Blomfield, 216
  • Metallurgy of the Common Metals, A. H. Sexton and J. S. G. Primrose, 274
  • Motor Car, The, A Practical Manual, R. W. A. Brewer, 37
  • Motors and Motoring, H. J. Spooner, 196
  • Ore Deposits of South Africa, J. P. Johnson, 115
  • Separation, Electro-Magnetic, G. Godfrey Gunther, 91
  • Polar Planimeter, F. J. Gray, 534
  • Railroad Structures and Estimates, 91
  • Railway Rates, Joseph Horrocks, 91
  • Retaining Walls, T. B. Coleman, 91
  • Sanitary Law and Practice, W. Robertson, 65 Sanitation and Sanitary Engineering, W. P. Gerhard, 216
  • Sewage Disposal Works, Practical Management of, W. C. Easdale, 274
  • Slide Valve Motion for Marine Engineers, Peter Youngson, 116
  • Steam Power Plant Piping Systems, W. L. Morris, 274
  • Turbines, H. E. Collins, 115
  • Structures, The Theory of, R. J. Woods, 274 Vectors and Vector Diagrams Applied to the Alternating-current Circuit, W, Cramp and C. F. Smith, 65
  • Volcanic Origin of Coal and Modern Geological Theories, 196

Literature: Books Received:

  • Algebra, Elementary, Exercise Papers in, E. M, Radford, 274
  • American Institute of Architects, Proceedings of the Forty-Second Annual Convention, 274
  • British Motor Tourists’ A.B.C., L. N. Gill, 274 Cape Colony To-Day, 627
  • Conquest of the Air, Alphoase Berget, 442 Co-ordinate Geometry Applied to Land Surveying, W. Pilkington, 442
  • Deutscher Kalender fur Elektrotechniker, 1910, G. Dettmar, 694
  • Dynamics, A First, C. S. Jackson and W. M. Roberts, 91
  • Dynamo, The, Its Theory, Design and Manufacture, C. C. Hawkins and F. Wallis, 627
  • Etude Compl(^m6ntaire sur la Stability du Materiel des Chemins de Fer, G. Marie, 534
  • Fitting, The Principles of, J. G. Homer, 274
  • Glasgow and West of Scotland Technical College Calendar for 1909-1910, 442
  • Hennebique Ferro-Concrete Theory and Practice, L. G, Mouchel, 694
  • Institute of Metals, Journal of, G. S. Scott, 37 Jron Age Directory, 1909, 274
  • Machine Design, The Elements of, W. C. Unwin, 274
  • Manchester Geological and Mining Society Transactions, 274
  • Mechanics, Applied, Professor Jameson, 627
  • Molesworth’s Metrical Tables, Sir G. L. Moles- worth, 274
  • Oscillations de Lacet des Vehicules de Chemins de Fer, G. Mari^, 534
  • Ore Deposits of South Africa, J. P. Johnson Part II., 534
  • Physical Chemistry, Exercises in, N. A. Roth 274
  • Physics and Mechanics, Experimental, The Apprentice’s Course of, J. L. Maxim, 534
  • Royal Automobile Club Year-book. 19u9, 37 Solicitors’ Patent Practice, G. F. Emery, 274 South Africa, Guide to, 1909-10, A. S. and G. G. Brown, 627
  • Spon’s Workshop Receipts, Vol. IL, Dyes— Japanning, 442
  • Surveying, Exercises in, J. C. Tracy, 274
  • Tabellen fiir die Berechnung von Eisenbeton- konstruktionen, G. Funke, 37
  • Timber, Shipping Marks on ; Timber Trades Journal List, 627
  • Wireless Telegraphy and Wireless Telephjnv. H. E. Keonelly, 627
  • Telephone Construction, N. Harrison, 442
  • LJUNBERG, E, J., on Refining Steel by Electricity, 339
  • Lloyds Register—see Ships
  • Locomotives—see Railways, also Engines and Motors
  • Logan, M. B., on Solution of Flight Problems, 50
  • London County Council’s Tramways Accounts, 83 Port of—see Harbours and Waterways Trade Schools, 559
  • Traffic, 506
  • Longridge’s Annual Report, 245, 272
  • Lorry, Brewers, Leyland, 421
  • Lubrication of Check Rails, Neachell’s System, 632
  • Lubricator, Force Feed Pump, W. 11. Bailey, 92 for Locomotives. C. C. Wakefield, 508
  • Lucas Automatic Sounding Machine, 660, 664
  • Lunn, E., on Condensing and Water-cooling Plants, 96

Machine Tools:

  • Boring, Drilling and Milling Machine, Loudon,
  • 162 ’ and Turning Mill with Drilling Attachment, George Richards, 611 Boulton and Old Tools at Soho Works, 195, 259,462,624; (Correction), 307; (Letters), 315,700
  • Duplex Mechanical Striker, B. and S. Massey, 200
  • Forging Press, Hydraulic, Berry, 215 Grinding Machines (Special Supplement^ November 26Z/t, 1909)—for Names of Makers see Special Supplement
  • Hammer, Combined Steam, and Forging Press, Fielding, 458
  • High-speed Pneumatic, Pilkington, 695
  • Lathe, 8Jin. Centre Screw-cutting, Colchester Lathe Company, 216
  • Large Turbine, Buckton, 248, 249 Machine Tools at Kerr, Stuart’s Works, Stoke- on-Trent, ^^'2(Tivo-'fiageSnp- plementf Octob&i' 1909)
  • T. Shanks’ Works, 160. 166 Milling Cutter, Inserted Tooth, J. H. Barker, 196
  • Machine, High-speed Vertical, Archdale, 300
  • Tangyes, 8
  • Motor Car Repair Tools, Drummond, 547 Multiple Screwing and Tapping Machine,
  • Carter and Wright, 539
  • Planing Machine, Open Side, Hulse, 461 Planing Machine, Smith and Coventry, 183 Power Tests of Machine Tools, P. V. Vernon, 670
  • Shaping Machine, Storey, 432
  • Vice, M. Glover’s, 460
  • MACHINES for Loading Railway Wagons with Coal, 122
  • Machinery, Exports of, 322
  • Maginnis, A. J., on Advances of Marine Engineering in the Early Twentieth Century, 135 Manchester University Engineering Laboratories.
  • 62, 66 * Marburg, Professor, Tests on Rolled Beams. 220 Marconi, G., on Wireless Telegraphy, 630, 658 Marine Engineering—see Ships Marine Engineers, Examination, 642 Mason, W., on Mild Steel Tubes in Compression, &c., 657, 671
  • Mathematics, Higher, and the Engineer, Professor Sir J, J. Thomson, 212, 219, 238
  • Mavor, H. A., on Marine Propulsion by Electric Motors, 648
  • Mechanical Stokers for Locomotives, 172
  • Metal, Impact Tests on, G. Charpy’s Report, 348 —see also Tests
  • Metals, Hardness of, New Testing Device, 538 Metals, Non-Ferrous, Elastic Breakdown of, C. A. M. Smith, 417
  • Metallography, Nomenclature of Constituents, 289
  • Mechanical Transport in the Colonies, 176 Microscopy and Microscopy in the Workshop and
  • Foundry, J. E. Stead, 319, 379 Milker, Mechanical, Hj. Loquist, 13 Milling Appliances, Flour, E. R. and F. Turner.
  • 13 Machines—see Machine Tools Mineral Statistics, Our, 679

Mines and Mining News:

  • Colombia, Mines of, 81; (Letter), 118 Eight Hours Act, 507
  • Scotch Miners and their Wages, 63, 89 South Staffordshire Mines Drainage, 368
  • MISSING Quantity—see Cylinder Condensation Models of Railway Coaches—see Railways Monorail Car, Brennan Four-wheel. Self-propelling, 510 '
  • Monterey, Floods at, 238
  • Montreal, New Cement Mill Near, 680, 690 Moore, R. S., on Fuel Economy of Dry Blast, &c., 360
  • Mortar, Materials for Binding, A. Hambloch, 443 Mortising Machine, Hollow Chisel, A. Ransome, 327

Motor Vehicles and all Matters Relating thereto:

  • Austrian Army, Motors for, 252
  • Brennan Monorail Car, Four-wheel Self-Propelling, 510
  • Brewers’ Motor Vehicles, 421
  • Cooper Double Transmission Gear, 522 Cowey System of Suspension, 523, 546 Crossley New Type Car, Chassis and Details, 522; (Letter), 565
  • Engines—see Engines and Motors Exhibitions—see Exhibitions
  • Headlights. Tests of, at the Crystal Palace, 200
  • Hydraulic Transmission Gear, Motor Mercantile Association, 523
  • System for Motor Cars, 520
  • Machine Tools for Motor Car Repair, Drummond, 547
  • Motor Car Wheels, 246 Roads, 247, 273 Wagons for Use in a Factory, 83
  • Motors for the Transport of Troops, Clarkson. 427
  • “ Panflex” Spring Wheel, Parsons, 3 Roller Bearings for Road Motors, Empire Roller Bearings Company, 645
  • Motor Vehicles and all Matters Relating thereto {continued)*,
  • Rolls-Royce Cars, 547
  • Sunbeam Live Axle Car, 546
  • Wheel, Detachable Road, Riley Cycle Company, 547
  • Wolseley Tool and Motor Car Company’s Cars, 547
  • MURDOCK’S Gas Plant at Soho, 261
  • “ Muribloc” Partition Slabs, 640
  • Myles, D., on Marine Boiler Design, Construction and Efficiency, 501, 506
  • NATIONAL Physical Laboratory, 363
  • Naval Engineer Appointments, 32, 200, 280, 303
  • Navvy, Steam, Ruston-Proctor, 551
  • Neilson, R. M., on Relationship between Condenser and Air Pump, 130
  • Newcastle Quayside Improvements, 164
  • Noble, Sir A., on the History of Propellants, 156
  • North Platte Irrigation District, 312

Obituary:

  • OIL-FRICTION Testing Machine, W. Alexander, 291
  • Oil Fuel, Meyer’s System, 393 in the Navy, 350
  • Optical Apparatus for Gas-lighted Boat, 209
  • Oram, Engineer Vice-Admiral H. J., on Propelling Machinery for Warships, 532, 539. 561
  • Ordnance—see War Material
  • Ore Process at the Open-hearth Plant of the Dneprovsky Works, South Russia, M. Pavloff, 216
  • Oxy-acetylene Blow-pipe Cutter, 512
  • PASTEURISER, Gasquet, 422

Patent Specifications, British:

  • Aeronautics, 100, 232, 334
  • Batteries and Accumulators, 100
  • Building, 258
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 466
  • Dynamos and Motors, 21, 48, 75, 99, 125, 154, 179, 231, 257, 283, 334, 410, 438, 489, 544, 591, 621, 652, 677, 704
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 21, 75, 99, 153, 257, 307, 333, 357, 384, 409, 465, 518, 567, 591, 621, 651, 677, 703 Steam, 47, 163, 203, 283, 333, 383, 409, 437, 465, 517,567, 691, 661
  • Gas Producers, 154
  • Lighting and Heating, 544
  • Locomotives, 76, 99, 257
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances. ?6, 154, 204, 284, 334, 358, 410, 437. 568, 622, 678
  • Measuring and Testing Instruments, 22, 100, 126, 154, 257, 308, 358, 490
  • Mines and Metals, 258
  • Miscellaneous, 22. 76, 154, 180. 232, 308, 384, 410, 438, 490, 544, 568, 592, 662, 678
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 75, 100, 204, 284, 308
  • Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 76,126, 232, 384, 409, 643, 568, 591. 621, 662. 678
  • Ships and Boats, 48, 126, 180, 204, 258, 284, 704
  • Steam Generators, 21, 47, 125, 153, 179, 231. 283, 307, 357, 383, 437, 465, 489, 567, 651, 677. 703
  • Switch Gear, 75, 180, 231, 438, 490, 517, 704
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 308, 592, 621

Patents, Selected American :

  • (missing lines)
  • Clutch, C. P. Hollister, 258
  • Commutator for Dynamo-Electric Machines, B. 6. Lamme, 284
  • Condenser, C. J. A. Gottlieb, 622
  • A. Kuylenstjerna, 204
  • Coupling, J. G. Zimmerman, 284
  • Crushing Mill, N. A. Helmer, 76
  • Drainage Excavator, M. G. Bunnell, 678 Dynamo-Electric Machine, B. A. Behrend, 100 Engine, Compound Rotary, J. A. Eaton, 100
  • Explosive, R. W. Coffee. 48
  • Internal Combustion, G, V. Benson, 622
  • Internal Combustion, C. D. McClintock, 22
  • Lubricating Device, A. Krebs, 204 Rotary, J, Clark, 518
  • Rotary, T. Jorgensen, 76
  • Equilibrium Stop Valve, J. Kcenig, 466 Feed-water Filter, R. C. Monteagle, 358
  • Means for Introducing into Steam Boilers, C. W. Seddon, 258 Fluid-clutch Speed Controller, &c., R. E. Newcomb, 48
  • Furnace, Annealing and Hardening, W. S.
  • Rockwell, 678
  • Annealing, with Inset Sealed by Steam, C, C. Baldwin, 358
  • F. S. Lang, 126 Electric, F. J. Tone, 308 Electric, J. B. Tritton
  • Gas, Liquid, and Method of Making, L. Wolf, 258
  • Producer, G. Hatton, 154
  • R. B. Kernahan, 652
  • H. I. Laa, 544
  • Grate for Gas Producers, &c., H. F. Smith, 258 Guard Rail, C, A. Alden, 56o
  • Guns, Firing Mechanism for, A. Y. Leech, 180
  • Gyroscopic Steering Gear, F. M Leavitt, 180 Hammer, Steam, T. E. Holmes, 284 Hydraulic Ram, P. E, Alger, 438 Induction Motor, Sven R. Bergman, 518
  • Ingot Mould, E. Gathmann, 678
  • Ingots, Sound Metal, and other Castings, Method for Making, R. A. Hadfield, 466
  • Lathe Centre, C. S. Totten, 358
  • Liquid Seal for Rotary Apparatus, F. Samuelson, 100
  • Locomotive, S. M. Vauclain, 518
  • Engines, F. J. Cole and F. F. Scoville, 544
  • Lubricator, J. Kelly, 490
  • for Locomotives, E. Blauhorn, 384
  • Metal Bodies, Device for Severing. E. Wiss, 334 Metallic Surfaces, Method of Finishing, A.
  • Ridd, 592
  • Mining Coal, Method of, D. P. Loomis, 518 Motive Power System, A. Wilstam, 678 Motor, Single-phase, S. R. Bergmann, 76 Nitrogen from Air, Process of Extracting. 0.
  • P. Hurford, 48
  • Oxidising Metals Dissolved in Mercury, Method of, J. Whiting, 592
  • Pipe Coupling, W. H. Hammond, 284
  • Piston Packing, H. A. Young, 490
  • Pump, N. McCarty, 652
  • Rails, Method of Manufacturing, N. Rendle- man, 652
  • Resilient Driving Connection, G. M. Eaton, 592
  • Rods, Tubes, Wires, &c., Method of Producing Direct from Molten Metal, A. H. Pehrson, 358
  • Rolling Mill, Universal, H. Sack, 622
  • Rope Pulley made in Two Parts, J. F. Henry, 232
  • Separating Water from Oil, Process of, J. W. Pittock, 232
  • Slag, Apparatus for Handling, D. T. Croxton, 334
  • Steam Condenser, E. Koerting, 204
  • Steel Car Axle and Method of Making, &c., A. C. Cunningham, 622
  • Process for the Manufacture of, G. J. Stock, 466
  • Superheater, H. W. Jacobs, 568 for Locomotives, 0. W. Ott, 490 Steam Boiler, F. J. Cole, 518
  • Tire, C. H, Keiffer, 154
  • Turbine, W. L. R. Emmet, 76
  • Blades, Device for Fixing, J. Dahl, 410
  • Elastic Fluid, C. G. Curtis, 232
  • W. L. R. Emmet, 100
  • F. Hodgkinson, 668
  • G. Westinghouse, 490 Engine, C. W. Weiss, 204
  • Steam, J. Karrer, 384
  • Valve, G. L. Crook, 438
  • Blow-off, J. V. Schmid, 692 Gear, Reversible, for Elastic Fluid
  • Engines, R. Hensig, 518
  • Mechanism for Hot Water Pumps, G. Caille, 384
  • Mechanism for Steam Engines, G. L. Bowen, 22
  • Stop, J. Koenig, 308
  • Valves in Engine Cylinders, Means for Mounting, L. G. Sabathd. 258
  • Wash-out Plugs for Boilers, Method of Forming Openings for, H. B. Ayers, 180
  • Water Supplying Device for Locomotive Tenders, J. L. Wissinger, 204
  • Water-tight Hatch or Manhole Cover, M. A. Lanbeuf, 622
  • Wheel Tire Contour Recorder, W. C. Arp and F. F. Hildreth, 518
  • PATENTS, Compulsory Working of, 246, 584 Patents, Reciprocity in the Working of, 454 Peat Deposits of Maine, 373
  • Peck, J. S., on Distribution and Application of E ectric Power, 645
  • Permanent Way—see Railways

Personal and Business Announcements :

  • 21, 46, 74, 98. 124, 152, 178, 202, 230, 256, 282, 332, 356, 382, 436, 464, 488, 514, 542, 566, 590, 620, 650, 676, 702
  • PIPE Coupling—see Coupling
  • Pistons and Piston Valves, 23
  • Pistons and Piston Valves, Dean’s Adjustable, for s.s. Tortuguero, .30, 31, 32 ; (Correction), 92
  • Popplewell, W. C., on Deflection due to iShear, 309; (Letter), 353
  • Population and Unemployment, 35
  • Porhydrometer, The, 117
  • Ports—see Harbours
  • Postmaster-General and the City of Dublin Steam Packet Company, 137
  • Potato Digger and Mower, Martin’s Cultivator Company, 15
  • Power Tests of Machine Tools—see Machine Tools
  • Prioe-WilUams R., on the Life of Permanent Way, 371, 388, 398—see also Tire and Rail
  • P^^fose, J. C. G., on Production of Pure Spelter, Propellers—see Ships
  • Propelling Machinery for Warships—see Ships Naval Matters ’
  • Puerto Mexico, Warehouses at, 237

Pumps:

  • Brewers’ Pumps, Albany Engineering Company, 421
  • Centrifugal Pumps, Experiments with, J, G ?7T’377“'^^’ 206; (Letters/
  • Dixon’s Hot-air Mercury Pump, 610
  • Pfe and Boiler Feed Pump, Merryweather, 92 Floating Irrigation, Pumping Plant, 387-^see abo Irngation Works of United States, &c.
  • Gwynne’s ‘ ‘ Invincible, ” 169
  • T* ^“bustion Pump, Professor Unwin’s 597 807 fiiT /i^’ 686,
  • Joy’s Gas Pomp, 609
  • Oil Pumping Engine, Weir, 184
  • Treble-Arm Sinking Pump, Pearn, 561
  • Turbine Pump, Electrically-driven,
  • QUAYS—see Harbours

RADIO-Telegraphic Apparatus at the Armstrong Colleger

Railways and Railway Matters, General

  • Crawford Derailment, 7 ’
  • Friezland Derailment, 558
  • ^'6^2°^*"°“ Neaohell’s System,
  • Models of Early Railway Coaches. 67 37““38MT8^^’ Price-Williams,
  • Rail Steel, Treatment of, 114 „ Trade, Steel, Future of, 297 Railway Accounts, 315
  • Fuel see Railway Locomotives Passenger Classes, 348 n .1- Perry—see Ferry
  • Rolling Stock, Purchase of, 582 Tire and Rail, 492 Trunk Lines, Electrification of, 324 Underground Electric Railways, 36 Waterways and Railways, Inland, 582

Railways and Railway Matters, British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Ashendon-Aynho Railway, 418
  • Baro-Kano Railway, 288, 354 (Tieo-paqe Sumle- nu-nt, Septemier nth, 19091
  • Bray and Wicklow Railway, 38
  • British and ^ench Railway Speed in 1909, 680 Caledonian Railway, Derailment at Crawford, Canadian Northern Railway—see Fort Garry Easton to Watford Electric, 171 Fort Garry Station, Winnipeg, 443 ^^SteamThip°-^see^Sh^s ""??Yarnton'au^ P°-®-- Signalling at
  • w"se®te‘:‘°642"“‘^ De^^anmeltf’s^’^"'*"”
  • Newburgh and North Fife Railway, 84 88 Nigerian Railways-see Baro-Kano Railway North-Eastern and Hull and Birusley Railways Agreement, 528
  • Railway Position, 273
  • Subnrban Railway Traffic, 19i
  • Summer Train Services, 39
  • Thornhill and Royston Line, Midland Railway,
  • Victorian Railways, 603

Railways and Railway Matters, Foreign:

  • Accidents, American Railway, 277, 604 Baro-Kano Railway, Nigeria, 288, 354 (Tim- page Supplement, September nth, 1909)
  • British and French Railway Speed in 1909 8Sn Finnish Railwaysand their^EtK/catiou,’262 German Railways and the State, 276 La Guaira-Caracas Railway Rolling Stock, 545 Nigerian Railway—see Baro-Kano Railway Peking-Kalgan Railway, 688
  • Pennsylvania New Terminus at New York 93 Prussian Railway Electrification, 221 Rails in the United States, Failure of, 90 San Paulo (Brazilian) Superheated Steam Loco- ^5**370^°"^*^** British Locomotive Company),
  • Tauern Railway, 494, 604 ^®23V 259 Terminal Ports, 203,
  • Venezuela, Railways of, 545

Railway Locomotives, General :

  • Axles, Flexible Crank, 142, 144 • fLettsr) 179 Boilers, Locomotive, Combustion and ’Heat
  • Balance in. Lawford Kry. 421 *
  • Briquettes—see Railway Fuel
  • (?et?:rV24^ ?’®®'i-water Heater, 223 ;
  • Railway' Locomotives, General (von- tinued):
  • Compound Engines, R. M. Deeley, 623, 637 ; (Letter), 674
  • Cylinders, Locomotive Engine, 426
  • Fire-box, Stayless, for Locomotives, 316 Fire-boxes, Locomotive, 114
  • Ideal Ijoeomotives, 532
  • Locomotive Brake Blocks, Pressure on, 26 Performance, 185, 298—see Letters to the Editor
  • Proportions and Power, G. J.
  • Wells, 628, 654
  • Superheater, American Locomotive Company, 615
  • with Water-tube Boiler and Superheater, Schneider, 431
  • Lubricator for Locomotives, C. C. Wakefield, 508
  • Railway Fuel, 666, 692
  • Reid-Ramsey System of Locomotive, Hugh Reid, 486
  • Simple V. Compound, A Footplate Experience, by a Fireman, 185, 298; (Letter), 225
  • Stokers, Mechanical, for Locomotives, 172 Vacuum Brake Improvements, Gresham and Craven, 30
  • Valve Gear—see Valves

Railway Locomotives, British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Assam-Bengal Railway Petrol Locomotive, 662 Lancashire and Yorkshire Locomotives—see
  • Locomotives Designed at Horwich I
  • Locomotives Designed and Built at Horwich, I G. Hughes, 105, 114, 119, 140, 146, 147, 174—566 also Works
  • Midland Railway, Compound Locomotives on, R. M. Deeley. 623, 637 ; (Letter), 674
  • Petrol Locomotive for Assam, McEwan, Pratt and Co., 662
  • Rhymney Railway Boiler Explosion, 167, 171 ; (Letter), 199
  • “Rocket’s” Driver, The, Edward Entwistle, 573 ; (Letter), 643

Railway Locomotives, Foreign:

  • Chemin de Fer du Nord, Six-coupled Compound Express and Tender—see Northern Railway of France.
  • Chicago and Altona Locomotive with Pilliod Valve Gear, 252
  • Detroit RiverTunnel Electric Locomotive, 474, 478
  • Locomotives, New French, 668, 669
  • Northern Railway of France, Some Recent L’comotive Performances on the, J, T. Burton-Alexander, 359, 482 ; (Letter). 404 (TivO’page Supplement^ Novembet' 5ZZt, 1909)
  • Paris, Lyons, and Mediterranean Locomotives, 668, 669
  • RECOIL, The Work of, SirG. Greenhill, 64—see Letters to the Editor on Marine Propulsion Refrigerating Machine for s.s. Tortuguero, 31, 32 Machinery. Montagu, Sharp and Co., 421
  • Reservoirs—566 Water Supply
  • Rhead, E. L., on Causes of the Corrosion of Copper and Brass, 416
  • Rivers—566 Harbours and Waterways
  • Road Improvement Experiments, 122 Roller, 10-Tons Compound Steam, Aveling, 14
  • Roads, Motor, 247, 273—566 also Highways Rock Receiver for Compressed Air. 190 " Rocket’s ” Driver, The, Edward Entwistle, 573 ; (Letter), 643
  • Rogers, J. W., on Shop Testing of Direct and Alternating-Current Machinery, 646
  • Roll Mill Housing, Repairing a, Thermit Limited, 644
  • Roller Baarings for Road Motors, Empire Roller Bearings Company, 645
  • Rolling Mill, Hollow, for Making Turbine Rotor
  • Drums, John Brown and Co., 497 (Two-page Supplement^ November 12ZA, 1909)1
  • Motors, E, W. Yearsley, 200
  • Strip, at Bromford Ironworks, 483 Ahlls, Reversing, Determination of the Economy of, C. A. Ablett, 340
  • Royal Reserve Engineers, 514
  • Royds, R., on Cylinder Condensation and the Temperature of Cylinder Walls, 385, 426; (Letter), 502
  • Rubber, Testing of, and other Materials, 401
  • Rugan, H. F., and Carpenter, H. C. H., Professors, on Growth of Cast Irons after Repeated Heatings, 341
  • Russian Trade, British Engineers and, 54
  • SAND in Concrete, 194—see also Concrete ; (Letter), 225
  • San Francisco, Rebuilding of, 86
  • Schools, Technical, at Home and Abroad, 507 !
  • Scrap Heap, Mr. Longridge’s Report, 245, 272 Secrecy in Naval Construction—see Ships, Naval
  • Matters
  • Sewage Disposal in Sheffield, 462
  • Shackle for Tensile Tests, E. Adamson, 389
  • Shafts, Design of, with Special Reterenee to High-speed Electric Generators, H. H. Jeffcott, 411, 439, 491, 583. 623
  • Shear, Deflection Due to, W. C. Popplewell, 309; (Letter), 353

Ships and Shipbuilding, General:

  • Clyde, The, as a Shipping and Shipbuilding Port, 302
  • Cutting off a Steamer’s Stem, British Oxygen Company’s Method, 512
  • Electric Drive for Marine Propulsion, Wilson, 135
  • Fuel Supplies, Choice and Control of, by Steamship Companies, J. B. C. Kershaw, 181
  • Gantries, Shipbuilding, at Bremerhaven, 519, 530
  • Hudson Fulton Centenary, 314, 347 ; (Letters), 430, 459
  • Italy and Canada, Steamship Service between, 190
  • Lloyd’s Register of Shipping, Annual Report, 512
  • Marine Engineering, Advances in the Early Twentieth Century, A. J. Maginnis, 135
  • Ships and Shipbuilding’, General (con- iimicd):
  • Marine Propulsion by Electric Motors, H. A.. Mavor, 648
  • Measurements of Rudder Pressure, &c,, T. Schwarz, 573
  • Porhydrometer, The, 117
  • Screw Propellers of Small Boats, 252
  • Ship Construction, Monitor Corrugated System, 145
  • Shipyard Operations, Demarcation of, 39
  • Sixty Years of Merchant Shipbuilding on the North-East Coast, G. B. Hunter and E. W, De Rusett, 182
  • Steam Navigation, Eirly History of, 366
  • Submarine Signalling, 696*
  • Suction of Vessels, Model Experiments on.
  • Naval Constructor D. W. Taylor, U.S.A,, 221
  • Tanks, Experimental—see. Tanks

Ships and Shipbuilding, British Navy:

  • Bellerophon, H.M. Battleship, 60 (Two-page Supplement)
  • Cyclops, H.M.S., Floating Repair Shop, 77 (Eight-page Supplement^ July 1909);
  • (Correction, 176)
  • Gloucester, H.M. Cruiser, 450
  • Indefatigable, H.M. Cruiser-Battleship, 450
  • Invincible, H.M.S., 525
  • Liverpool, H.M. Second-class Cruiser, Vickers, 474
  • Neptune, H.M. Battleship, 341
  • Newcastle, H.M. Second-class Cruiser, Launch of, 578
  • Orion, H.M. Battleship (A Forecast), 550, 556
  • Submarine C 11, Loss of, 65, 89, 106
  • Submarine D 1, 354
  • Warships, Four New, 662

Ships and Shipbuilding, Naval Matters:

  • Admiralty Destroyer Policy, 372
  • Fifty Years of Warship Building on the Clyde, Professor Biles, 182
  • Life-saving Devices in Submarine Boats, Siebe, Gorman, 612
  • Naval Construction, Secrecy io, 117
  • Work on the Clyde, 696 Works Vote, 36
  • Navy, An Imperial, Sir W. White on, 531
  • Oil Fuel in the Navy, 350
  • Propelling Machinery for Warships, Engineer
  • Vice-Admiral H. J. Oram. 532, 539, 661 Submarine, Future of the, 89
  • Submarines and Life-saving Devices, 106 Turbine v. Piston Engines in Warships, Trials of United States Dreadnoughts Delaware and North Dakota, 634, 638
  • Warship Armament, 533 Warships and Machinery under Construction in
  • England, Progress of, 25
  • Novel Types of, 581

Ships and Shipbuilding, Foreign Navies:

  • Argentina, New Battleship, 462
  • Brazilian Torpedo Boat Destroyer Matto Grosso, Yarrow (Tico Tno-page Supplements, July 2?w2,1909), 4
  • French Armourad Cruiser, Ernest Renan, 240, 244
  • Dreadnoughts, 576 The New, 639
  • Marine, The Report on the, 11, 91 Submarine Manoeuvres, 67
  • German Dreadnoughts, 607
  • Guns of the United States Navy, 687
  • Italian Battleship Napoli, Machinery, 184, 192 (Tuo-page Supplement, August 1909) Turbines in the United States Navy, 634, 638 United States Dreadnoughts Delaware and North Dakota, Turbines v. Piston Engines, 634, 638
  • Warship Chester. Parsons Turbines in Use, 17

Ships and Shipbuilding, Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels:

  • Berbice and Karoola, R.M. Steamship?, Harland and Wolff, 92
  • British Tank Steamers for the Pacific Trade, 393
  • Central American Steamship Service, 327
  • Cunard Line New Steamship, 462
  • Drottning Victoria—see Ferry Steamer, Train Ferry Steamer Guanabacoa, Cammell, Laird, 645; (Letter), 674
  • Train, Drottning Victoria, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richftrdson, 55, 107, 112; (Letter). 225 (Tico-page Supplement, July Z^th, 1909) Flashing Gas-lighted Boat, Unwatched, Str T. Matthews, 209
  • Graceful, s.?., Engines of, Richardsons, Westgarth and Company, 344 (Tioo-page Supplement, OcUibet' 15^, 1909)
  • Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company’s Steamship Prince Rupert, 641
  • Guanabacoa—see Ferry Steamer
  • Monitoria, Steamship, Osbourne, Graham and Co., 145
  • Orient Line T.S.S. Otranto, 27
  • Otaki, S.S., Combined Piston and Turbine Propulsion, A. J. Maginnis on, 135 ; Engineer- Commander W. Wisnom on, 156, 181, 501
  • PaHion Coaling Vessel, Self-discharging, Dox- ford, 222
  • Queenborough-Fiushing Steamers, Fairfield Shipbuilding Company, 57
  • Snohomish Life-saving Steamer, 144
  • Stern Frames and Brackets of the New White Star Liners, Darlington Forge Company, 632, 636
  • Telcooia, Cable-Repairing Steamer, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson. 660, 664 Tenasserim, Steamship, Stern Cut off by Oxygen, 512
  • Tortona, Steamship, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 190
  • Tortuguero, Fruit and Passenger Steamer, Alex. Stephen, 29, 30, 34; (Correction), 92 Trinculo, Oil Tank Steamer, with Meyer’s Fuel System, 393
  • Turbine Steamer Huallaga, Cammell, Laird and Co., 294
  • White Star. Liners Olympic and Titacic, Harland and Wolff, 226,. 585, 632, 636 Winchester, Steam Yacht, Yarrow, 404
  • SHIPBUILDING Berths and Cranes at the Wallsend Shipyard, 669

Shipbuilding Notes :

  • Allan Line Steamship Company, Move Glasgow to Montreal, 318
  • American Shipbuilding, Growth and Tonnage, 614
  • Balmoral Castle, Old and New, Fairfield Company, for Union-Castle Line, 554
  • Bibby Liner Leicestershire, 318
  • Bone, W. J.. Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Company, Death of, 614
  • Boston, Lincolnshire, included in Forth Shipping Company’s Service, 446
  • Brazilian Floating Dock, Order given to Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 318
  • Cairo and Heliopolis, Alterations and Change of Service, 554
  • Clyde Contracts, 614 Trust Centenary, 318 Trustees and Glasgow’s Prosperity, 83
  • Colossus, H.M. Battleship, Construction begun at Scott’s, Greenock, 16
  • Cossack, H.M.S., Trial Results; Sir P. Watts’ Paper, 422
  • Canard Company, Mr. James Bain’s Retirement, 422
  • Canarder, New, to replace Slavonia, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 290
  • Destroyers, H.M., Orders for Twenty Placed, 291
  • Discharge Note System for Shipyard Workers, 110
  • Docks for Dreadnoughts, Admiralty Order, 614 Dredging at Bombay ; Simons* New Type of Dredger, 110
  • Drottning Victoria, Train Ferry Steamer, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 83
  • Floating Dock for Brazil, Vickers, Sons and Maxim, 318
  • Frame Spacing of Merchant Ships, 674
  • Grand Trunk Pacific Railway Company’s Steamer Prince Rupert, 674
  • Harland and Wolff’s Output, 318, 554
  • Henzada, Cargo Steamer, Launched from Denny Brothers* Yard, 83
  • Holidays in Clydeside Shipyards, 110
  • Hooghly Train Perry Steamer for Bengal- Nagpur Railway Service, 614
  • Institute of Marine Engineers, Annual Dinner, 511
  • Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland and North-East Coast Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders, Joint Meeting at ly { Glasgow ; Sir A. Noble on “ History of Propellants”; Engineer-Commander Wisnom on “Trials and Performances of the Otaki.” Other Papers and Visits, 163
  • Iron Sailing Vessel Kentmere as Coal Depot, 351
  • versus Steel, Resistance to Corrosion, 351 Isherwood System of Construction, 351 Jones, Sir Alfred, Death, 674
  • Lloyd’s Register, Change in Rules, 16, 70, 511
  • Quarterly Return, 83, 423 Report, 511
  • Load Line Tables, Revision, 352
  • London and South-Western Railway’s Turbine Channel Steamers, 290
  • Mauretania’s Record-breaking Voyages, 16. 83 Monitoria, Launch from Osbourne, Graham and Co.’s Yard, 70
  • Service Performances, 554
  • Naval Architecture—Chair Instituted at Liverpool University, 163, 554
  • Literature of, 614
  • North-East Coast Institution of Shipbuilders and Engineers, Meeting, 511
  • Olympic and Titanic, Building Progress, 554 Orient Liner Orvieto Launched, 70; Completed, 550
  • Osterley’s Speed Trials, 16
  • Prinses Juliana, Zeeland Steamship Company’s Steamer, Trials, 290
  • Sale of Steamers, Large and Small, 110 Scotch Shipbuilding Output, 290
  • Shipbuilding Depression Abroad as well as at Home, 16
  • Design and the New Cunarder, 290
  • in the North ; New Orders Booked, 318, 422
  • Prospects on North-East Coast, 70, 110, 511
  • Stability of Merchant Steamers, 351 Stability of Ships, 511
  • Star of Canada, Workman, Clark, 422 Steamers for Frozen Meat Trade, Increased Construction, Russell and Co., and Cammell, Laird, 511, 554
  • Thearle, Mr. S. J. P,, Succeeds Mr, H. J. Cornish as Chief Ship Surveyor at Lloyd’s, 16
  • Union-Castle New Liners, 554
  • Vespasian as Experimental Ship, Turbines or Reciprocating Engines, 70
  • Viking, H.M. Torpedo-boat Destroyer launched at Jarrow, 351
  • Waratah, Loss of, 674
  • Web-framed Ships, Absence of New Vessels of this Type, 440
  • SHIPYARDS—Works
  • Shop Management at the Worcester Polytechnic Institute. W. Bird, 268
  • Shows—see Exhibitions Signalling—see Railways and Ships
  • Smith, Professor C. A. M., on Compound Stress Experiments, 657, 697
  • Sphingometer; Elastic Breakdown of Non-ferrous Metals, 417
  • R. H., on a new Formula for the Total Heat of Steam, 667 Solder, Aluminium, 578
  • Surface Appearance of, C. Bannister and H. J. Tabor, 416
  • Sommerville, D., on Chemistry and Bacteriology of Sewage Purification, 514
  • South America, Engineering—see Engineering &c Spelter, Production of Pure, J. C, G. Prim^se; 418 ’
  • Sphingometer, C. A. M. Smith, 417
  • Spraying Machine, Dodman, 603 Standardisation as a Principle, 453
  • Stead, J E., on Microscopy and Macroscopy in the Workshop and Foundry, 349, 379
  • Steam Navigation—see Ships
  • New Formula for the Total Heat of, Professor R. H. Smith, 667 ,
  • Regulator Valve, The “Servo, Hulburd Engineering Company, 378
  • Trap, Paterson, 394 Turbine Governors, 299—see also Turbines Stokers, Mechanical, for Locomotives 172 Stream Line Theory and Collisions at S^a,^221 Stress Experiments, Compound, Professor C A.
  • M. Smith, 657, 697 . .
  • Stubbs, J. H., OP. Engineering Efficiency, dyu
  • Stumpf, Professor, on Continuous-current Steam Engines, 559
  • Submarine Signalling—see Ships _
  • Superheater, Locomotive, American Locomotive Company, 615
  • Superheating, The Theory of, 684 .
  • Supplements, Illustrated—see Separate Section

Supplement, Sixteen-page Special,

  • Grinding Machines, November 26th, 1909:
  • Archdale’s Piston-rod Grinding Machine, Machine for Grinding Shell, and Universal Cutter Grinding Machine, viii., ix., xv.
  • Beyer, Peacock and Co.’s Crank Pin, Universal Lapping and Taper Hole Grinding Machines, iV. V*
  • Birch and Co.’s Plain and Universal Grinding Machines, v., vi., vii., viii. . .
  • Churchill Machine Tool Company s Plain Grinding Machine and Ring and Surface Grinder, xiv., XV. , _ ,,
  • Crosier and Stephens’ Self-contained Treadle Grinder, xv., xvi. . .
  • Herbert’s Large Universal Grinding Machine, Universal Cutter and Tool Grinding Machine, and Twist Drill Grinder, x., xi., xii., xvi.
  • Hetherington’s Grinding Machine for Carding Engine Cylinders, vi., vii., viii.
  • Holroyd and Co.’s Elpctrically-driven Plain * Grinder^ and ^Milling Cutter Grinder, xiii., xiv.
  • Hulse’s Plain Cylindrical, Planer Type Flat, and Locomotive Link Grinding Machines, and Combined Milling Cutter and Twist Drill Grinding Machine, i., ii., iii., xvi.
  • Kendall and Gent’s Bush and Face Grinder and Two-spindle Flat Grinding Machine, vii., viii. .
  • Lande’s Motor-driven Grinding Machine, xiii. Lang’s Drill and Small Tool Grinder, xvi.
  • Luke and Spencer’s Automatic Surface Grinding Machines, xii.
  • Mitchell’s Combined Tool and Twist Drill Grinder, xv.
  • Norton Plain Grinder, Grinder with Crank Shaft Attachment, and Railway Wheel Grinding Machine, v., vi., vii.
  • Reinecker’s Circular Face, Large Shaft and Crank Shaft Grinding Machines, ix., x.
  • Richards’, Geo., Piston-rod Grinding Machine, iv.
  • Roberts’ Disc Grinder, xv.
  • Rowland’s Combined Wet Tool and Twist Drill Grinder, xvi.
  • Schuchardt and Schutte’s Journal and Plain Grinding Machines, xii., xiii.
  • Sterne’s Tooth Grinder, xv. Thompson Universal Grinder, xiii.
  • Ward’s Plain and Bush Grinding Machines, ii., iii., iv.
  • SWAIN, Professor G. E., on “The Relation of Engineering to Science and to Business,” 666
  • Swinden, T., on Constitution of Carbon-Tungsten Steels, 389
  • TANK, Experimental, Management and Equipment, 49, 80, 101 9,000,000 Gallons Water, for Calcutta, Clayton, Son and Co., 44
  • Tanks, Measuring and Testing, at Drysdale’s Works, 595
  • Technical Guarantees in Engineering Contracts, 321
  • Schools at Home and Abroad, 507 Telegraph Cable Machinery for the Telconia, 660, 664
  • Testing Machine for Hardness of Metals, 538 50-Ton Hydraulic, S. Denison, 70
  • Oil Friction, W. Alexander, 291
  • Materials, International Association for, Congress at Copenhagen, 276. 289, 310 (For Papers, see Associations, &e.) of Rubber and Other Materials, 401 Tests of Cast Iron, Shackle for Tensile Tests, E. Adamson, 389
  • of Hydraulic Cements, Prof. F. Schule’s Report, 349
  • Impact, on Metal, G. Charpy’s Report, 348
  • Papers Presented to the International Association at Copenhagen, 348 of Internal Combustion Pump by Prof. Unwin—see Pumps
  • Textile Factory, Electrical Operation of, H. W. Wilson, 136
  • Institute—see Associations, &c.
  • Thieme, H, C. A. —see Heat Transmission
  • Thomson, Prof. Sir J. J., on Higher Mathematics, 212, 219, 238
  • Thrashing Machinery at Smithfield, 602
  • Tinning Metal, Regulations for, 164
  • Tipping Wagon, Clayton and Co., 14
  • Tire and Rail, 492
  • Torsion Meter, Denny-Edgecombe, 471 ;(Letter),
  • Tractor, Agricultural Motor, Saunderson, 13. 14
  • 7 H.P. Compound Steam, Ruston, Proctor, 602 ’
  • Oil, Marshall, 602
  • Petrol or Paraffin, Cyclone Agricultural
  • Tractor Company, 14
  • Tractors, Military, in Germany, 215 at Smithfield Show, 602
  • Trade—see also Labour News
  • Export, 499
  • Trade Improving, 55, 272, 404
  • Iron, in Austria, 60 Russian, 54
  • Schools, London, 559
  • Traffic, London, 506
  • Train Ferry—see Ferry
  • Tramway Car Wheel—see.Wheels
  • Tramways Accounts, London County Council’s, 83
  • Transport, Mechanical, in the Colonies, 176 Troops, Motors for Transport, Clarkson, 427 Tschentscher, R., on Electric Power Problems in Steel Plants, 313
  • Tubes, Mild Steel—s<?elron and Steel
  • Turbine, Exhaust Steam, J. N. Bailey, 525, 608
  • Governors, Steam. 299
  • Impulse Steam, WiHans, 324. 325
  • Marine. Problems, New Solution of, Dr. Ing. Fbttinger, 559, 572
  • Parsons, on U.S. Warship Chester, 17 '0 Piston Engines in Warships—see Ships, Foreign Navies
  • Rotor Drums, Hollow Rolling Mill for Making, John Brown and Co.’s, 497 {Tvjo-page Suppleiiient^ Nooember 12zA, 1909)
  • Schulz Marine Steam, 484
  • 110 H.P. Steam and Dynamo, 486
  • Wind, Electrical Plant—see Electrical Matters
  • Turbines, Steam Consumption of, 141
  • Steam, from the User’s Point of View, A. S. Blackman, 71
  • Water, at Royal Agricultural Show, 13 Turbo-Alternators—see Electrical Matters Turner, Professor, and M. T. Murray on Copper- Zine Alloys ; Extensometer, 417
  • UNEMPLOYMENT—see Labour
  • Unskilled Labour—see Labour
  • Universities, English, and Engineers, 653
  • University College, London, Professor Fleming on the Training of Electrical Engineers, 380
  • Unwin, Professor, Tests on an Intornal Combustion Pump, 428
  • VACUUM Brake Improvement, Gresham and Craven, 301
  • Valve Gear, Pilliod. for Chicago and Alton Locomotive, 252
  • “Servo” Steam Regulator, Hulburd
  • Engineering Company, 378 Valves, Engine—see Engines and Motors Water, Hydraulically-operated, Kennedy Valve Company, 70
  • Vernon, P. V., on Power Tests of Machine Tools, 670
  • Vice—see Machine Tools
  • WAGON, 21-Ton, Self-discharging Steel for Burma, Leeds Forge Steel Company, 275
  • Steam, with Locomotive Boiler, Tasker, 15
  • Tipping, Clayton and Co., 14
  • Wall, C. H. on Soho Foundry, its Men and Methods. 624—see Boulton
  • Walters, W. L., on Asynchronous Generators, 302

War Material:

  • Dirigibles and Aeroplanes for the French Army, 639
  • Engineering of Ordnance, 37
  • Guns of the United States Navy, 687
  • Motors for Austrian Army, 252
  • Ships—see Ships
  • Tractors. Military, in Germany, 215

WATER Hammer, Mr. Stromeyer’s Memorandum, 322

  • Heater, “ Rudd ” Automatic, Wannbacher, 422
  • Water Supply:
  • Artesian Well at Slough, C. Isler, 482 Bury ; The Scout Moor Reservoir, 474 Mansfield, 110
  • Waterwork Filter Plant, 223
  • and Fire Protection, 122
  • WATER, Yield of-5ee Yield Waterways—see Harbours and Waterways Waterwheels and Turbines at Royal Agricultural Sbow, 13
  • Watts, C , on Bevel-gear Tables, 161 Weigher, Calculating Section, Pooley, 93 Weighing Machine, 200-Ton Railway, 83 Wells, G. J., on Locomotive Proportions and
  • Power, 628, 654
  • on Winding Engine Design, 586 Wells—see Supply
  • Wharves, Ferro-Concrete, at Dundee, 93 Wheel, “Panflex” Spring, Parsons, 3 Reid-Riekie Spring, 560
  • Wheels, Motor Car, 246—see also Motor Vehicles, &c.
  • White, Sir W. H., Address as President of Engineering Section, British Association, 227, 253 on an Imperial Navy, 531 Wilkinson’s Experimental Apparatus, 420 Wilson, H. W., on the Electrical Operation of a Textile Factory, 136
  • Wind Motors at Royal Agricultural Show, 13 Wireless Telegraphy, G. Marconi, 630, 658
  • Short Distance, C. A. Booth, 137
  • Wisnom, W. McK., on Trials and Performances of the ss. Otaki, 156, 181
  • Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Shop Management at, W. Bird, 268
  • Workhouse and Infirmary, Homerton, 380 Workmen’s Compensation—see Labour

Works;

  • Cammell, Laird’s ; Lever Brothers ; Horwich Locomotive ; Lister Drive Power Stations, &c.; Visits of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 106, 126, 169
  • Chubb’s Lock and Safe Works at Wolverhampton, 399
  • Drysdale and Company, 595, 606
  • Poster, Blackett’s Lead, 661
  • German Shipyards, 374, 412, 424, 488, 519, 521, 530,576, 580
  • Kerr, Stuart, at Stoke-on-Trent, 392 (Two page Sapplernewt^ October 15<A, 1909)
  • Mirrlees’ Oil Engine, 52
  • Salt Union, Winsford, 170
  • Scotch, Visited by the Institutions of Engineers and Shipbuilders (North-East Coast and Scotch), 159, 182
  • Soho Works, Boulton, and Old Tools at, 195, 259, 462, 624; (Correction), 307; (Letters),315, 700
  • Yarrow, Bird’s Eye View, 184
  • WORKSHOP Accuracy, 63
  • YARNS. The Gassing of, Arundel Gas Regulator and Gassing Frame, Stubbs’ Gassing Frame, 352
  • Yearsley, E. W., on Rolling Mill Motors, 200
  • Yield of Water, Rainfall, &c., on a Moorland Watershed, S. Hutton, 71

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