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The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.
The Engineer 1916 Jul-Dec: Illustrations Index.

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A

  • AMAR Appliances for Maimed Soldiers, 207
  • American Petrol Excavators and Tractors, 435
  • American Railway Apparatus for Measuring Coal for Locomotives, 171
  • Arrol-Johnston’s Motor Car Works, 52, 56
  • Ashton’s Malting Apparatus for Cotton Fabrics, 27, 28

B

  • BALDWIN Steam Storage Locomotives, 234
  • Baldwin Steam Trap, 355
  • Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Locomotive Ashpits, 150
  • Barimar Limited, Use of Oxy-Acetylene Welding, 234
  • Bath Ironworks Steam Turbine Yacht Winchester, 535
  • Beaumont-English Tupnel Boring Machine, 502
  • Benedicks, Professor Carl, on Thermo-Electric Method of Studying Allotropic Changes, 22
  • Bennis, Ed., and Co.’s Automatic Elevator for Shells, 423
  • Berg, S., on The Misox Railway, 480, 488, 523
  • Binks’ Vaporiser and Carburetter, 7
  • Blakeborough-Boyd Sand Moulding Machine, 468
  • Bloor-street Viaduct. Toronto, 394, 398
  • Braidwater Spinning Company’s Mill at Ballymena, 3, 12
  • Brazil, Pirahy Tunnel in, 60
  • Brearley, A. N. and H., on Some Properties of Ingots, 299, 310
  • British Thomson-Houston Company’s Electric Plant at the Braidwater Spinning Company’s Mill, 3, 12
  • British Thomson-Houston Company’s Polyphase Alternating Current Commutator Motors, 574
  • Browett, Lindley and Co.’s 400 Brake Horsepower Four-cylinder Gas Engine, 140 (Two- page Supplement, August 18th, 1916)
  • Brown-Boveri’s Phase Advancer, 25
  • Brown Brothers’ Steel Wire Cutter, 416
  • Brown, H., and Co.’s Long Screws, 142
  • Brunton Tunnel Boring Machine, 502
  • Burham, Power Plant at, 94
  • Bushnell. United States Submarine Tender, 323

C

  • CASE, T., W., on a New Way of Converting Light into Electrical Energy, 154
  • Catskill Aqueduct, Drainage Equipment for the Hudson River Siphon, 454, 464
  • C 5 and Deutschland, German Submarines, 74
  • Channel Tunnel and Other Projects, 388, 422, 431. 457, 492, 502, 525, 552, 569 ; (Letter), 494
  • Charing Cross Bridge, 8
  • Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railway, Electrification on, 136, 144, 159, 168
  • Clan Urquhart, Steam Pipe Explosion, 88
  • Collis, A. G., on Developments in Switchgear Control, 49, 75
  • Cuba, Narrow Gauge Steam Storage Locomotive for, Baldwin Locomotive Works, 234

D

  • DAVIES, C. E., Power Required in Rolling Metals, 134
  • Decoudon Laundry Machinery, 385
  • Detroit Gas Turbine, 220
  • Dickey Clay Company’s Vitrified Clay Septic Tanks, 98

E

  • EDISON and Swan’s H.O Wet Cell, 330
  • Elephant Butte Dam, 185, 190
  • Entwisle and Gass, Automatic Rotarv Washing Machine, 582
  • Entwisle and Gass. Beetling Machinery for Cotton Fabrics, 162

F

  • FARMER, Sir James, and Sons, Machinery for Cotton Fabrics, Bleaching, andc., 26, 70, 116, 120, 162. 165
  • Flamingo, Unloading Dredger, Lobnitz and Co., 233 (Two-page Supplement, September 15th, 1916)
  • Flemington, N.S.W., Power Signalling Installation at, 547, 556
  • Ford Motor Company’s Works, Combined Steam and Gas Engine, The Hoovens, Owen and Rentschler Company, 527, 532
  • France, Standard Gauge Steam Storage Locomotive for, Baldwin Locomotive Works, 234
  • Freeman, F. R., Simple Diagram for Reducing Tacheometer Readings, 82
  • French Atlantic Liner Paris, 510, 514
  • French Screw Gauge, 234
  • French State Railway Locomotives, North British Locomotive Company, 96, 276 ; (Letter), 462 (Two-page Supplement, August 4th, 1916) (Two-page Supplement, September 29th, 1916)

G

  • GERMAN Airship Wrecked at Cuff ley, 211
  • German Cruiser Breslau in Turkish Hands. 432, 440
  • German Cruiser Danzig, 432, 440
  • German Cruiser Kolberg Sunk. 432
  • German Cruiser Miinchen Torpedoed, 432, 440
  • German Submarine No. 3, 384
  • German Submarines C 5 and Deutschland, 74
  • German Torpedo Craft in the War, 501 (Four- page Supplement, December 8th, 1916)
  • Gerrard’s Works, Swinton, Gas Producer-Electric Power Plant at, 94
  • Gifford, Dr. R. D., on Power Factor Meters, 149
  • Glazebrook, Dr. R. T.. on Limit Gauges, 224, 240
  • Glossop Ironwork’s Paper Coating Machinery, 204
  • Great Eastern Railway Standard Goods Engine, 301
  • Great Northern Railway Composite Brake Carriage, 416
  • Greenhill, Sir George, on Speed Sighting and Wind Deflection in Artillery, 133
  • Guayaquil, Ecuador, Water Supply, 407, 418

H

  • HAMLET, Swedish Motor Oil Tank Ship, 346, 350
  • Harrison, Charles A. (Portrait), 389
  • Holden and Brooke’s High Lift Centrifugal Pump, 560, 561
  • Holland, Pumps for Draining Inundation in Werkspoor Company, 30, 34
  • Holt Manufacturing Company’s Military Tractors and Wagons, Petrol, 435
  • Hoovens, Owen and Rentschler Company’s Combined Steam and Gas Engine at the Ford Motor Company’s Works. 527, 529, 532
  • Hudson River—see Catskill
  • Hull, Locomotive Coaling Plant for North-Eastern Railway, 326, 331 (Two-page Supplement, October 13th, 1916)
  • Hurst, J. E., on Cast Iron for Engine Cylinders, 549

I

  • INDIA, North-Western Railway of, All Steel Coaches for, Leeds Forge Company, 364, 372
  • Isler, C., and Cos’. Deep Well Pumping Plant at the Leathersellers’ Hall, 148

J

  • JACKSON and Brother. Cotton Printing Machinery, 116, 120
  • Johnson, J. H., on Modern Electric Searchlight Projectors. 227, 252, 294

K

  • KAPP’S Vibrator or Phase Advancer, 25

L

  • LANCASTER and Tonge’s Piston Throttle Valve, 330
  • Llay Hall Colliery, Wrexham, Pit Shaft Sinking by the Freezing Process, Simon-Carves, Limited, 460, 461 ; (Correction), 494
  • Lobnitz Dredgers, Two More Types, 233 (Two- page Supplement, September 15th, 1916)

M

  • MAMMOTH, Train Ferry for New Orleans, 322
  • Masson, Scott and Co.’s Art Paper Coating and Drying Plant, 182, 273 (Two-page Supplement, September lst, 1916)
  • Mather and Platt’s Bleaching and Other , Machinery for Cotton Fabrics, 26, 70, 116, 120, 162, 165
  • Mather and Platt’s Four-cylinder Gas Engine, 436, 437 (Two-page Supplement, November 11th, 1916)
  • Mather and Platt, Paper Coating Machinery, 157, 182, 204, 249, 251, 273, 282
  • Maxim, Sir Hiram.S. (Portrait), 486
  • Miles Walker’s Phase Advancer, 25
  • Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day’s 350 Brake Horsepower Crosshead Type Diesel Engine, 414 ; (Correction), 442
  • Misox Railway, S. Berg, 480, 488, 523
  • Monometer Manufacturing Company’s White Metal Melting Furnace, 423
  • Morton Multiple-Jet Ejector Condenser, 38

N

  • NEW ORLEANS. Train Ferry for, 322
  • New York Subway, William-street Section. 111
  • New Zealand, Hydro-Electric Power Plants in, 194
  • New Zealand Iron Sand, Smelting, 582
  • New Zealand Swamps Drainage, 214, 218
  • Niagara Falls, Aerial Ropeway at, 16
  • North British Locomotive Company’s Engines for the French State .Railways, 96, 276 ; Letter), 462 (Two-page Supplement, August 4th, 1916 ; Two-page Supplement, September 29th, 1916)
  • North-Eastern Railway Plant for Locomotive Coaling at Hull, 326, 331 (Two-page Supplement, October 13th, 1916)
  • North-Western Railway of India, All Steel Coaches for. Leeds Forge Company, Limited, 364, 372

P

  • PARIS, French Atlantic Liner, 510, 514
  • Parsons Trench Excavating Machine, 435
  • Pennsylvania Railroad, Daylight Lamp Signals on the, 195
  • Pennsylvania, United States Battleship, 17
  • Petters’ Paraffin-Electric Set, 584
  • Pirahy Tunnel in Brazil, 60
  • Pollock and Macnab, Shell Nose Screwing-on Machine, 286
  • Polton Paper Mill Power House, Midlothian, 578, 583
  • Popplewell, W. C., on the Influence of Speed on Endurance Tests, 339

Q

  • QUEBEC Bridge, The New, Accident, 232, 236, 239, 322, 327 ; (Letters), 348, 369
  • Quebec Bridge, The New, Erection of the South Cantilever Arm, 363, 387 (Two-page Supplement, October 21th, 1916)

R

  • RANSOME, A., and Co.’s Mechanical Tree Feller, 104
  • Richards, Geo., and Co.’s Boring, Facing and Drilling Machine, 54
  • Russell, S. J., Petrol Scraper Shovel, 376
  • Ruston, Proctor and Co.’s Oil Locomotives. 38, 39
  • Ryder. A., Indicating Gear for Internal Com-bustion Engines, 575

S

  • SALMON Creek Dani. United States, 260. 264
  • Scandinavia, Electro-Thermic Smelting of Iron Ores in, 5
  • Schofield. G. H., Safety Device for Colliery Cages, 83
  • Selson Engineering Company’s Revolution Counter and Watch, 425
  • Sharp, C. N., Simple Photometer, 330
  • Sheaf, River, Covering in, at Sheffield, 506, 507
  • Shorey, J., Rotary Shaping Machine for Aeroplane Propellers, 572
  • Simon-Carves, Limited, Freezing Process for Shaft Sinking at Hay Hall Colliery, 460, 461 : (Correction), 494
  • Snelling’s Detonator Testing Apparatus, 330
  • Spaulding Dam, United States, 260, 264
  • Sperry Gyroscopic Stabiliser, 168, 172 ; (Letter), 211
  • Stevens, E. A., Description and Trial of the Turbine Steam Yacht Winchester, 535
  • Stewart’s Fishing Net Works, 95

T

  • TINFOS Electric Smelting Furnace, 5
  • Toronto, Bloor-street Viaduct. 394, 398
  • Turbine Furnace Company’s Boiler Furnace, 30

U

  • UNITED STATES Battleship Pennsylvania, 17
  • United States Navy Tests of Oil Burners with Natural Draught, 286
  • United States Submarine Tender Bushnell, 323

V

  • VERMONT Marble Working Plant, 304, 308

W

  • WALLACE, W. M., on the Whirling Speed of Shafts, 113, 184, 203
  • Walrus, Dipper Dredger, Lobnitz and Co., Limited, 233 (Two-page Supplement, September 15th, 1916)
  • Warminster Collision, 256, 443
  • Watkinson, Professor W. N., on Diesel Engines with Low Compression, 266
  • Werkspoor Company’s Pumps for Draining in Holland Inundation, 30, 34
  • Western Wheeled Scraper Company’s Automatic Tipping Railway Wagon, 95, 100
  • Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company’s Shell Lathe - with Automatic Electric Control, 124
  • Whitehead and Poole’s Cotton Fabric Machinery, 162, 165
  • Widgeon’s Stabilising Gyroscope, 168, 172 ; (Letter), 211
  • Wilkins, Lieut. F. T., on Trials on a Diesel Engine, andc., 368, 444, 447
  • William-street Section, New York Subway, 111
  • Williamson. J., and Co., Iron Key for Railway Chairs, 61
  • Wilson, J. H., and Co.. Five-Ton Electric Locomotive Crane, 469 : (Letters), 494, 508
  • Winchester. Steam Turbine Yacht, E. A. Stevens, 535
  • Woodhouse Automatic Clutch, 400
  • Woods-Gilbert Rail Planer Company’s Tramway Rail Grinding Machine, 285
  • Worcester, T. A., on Iron and Steel Electrical Conductors, 125
  • Worsdell, Thomas William (Portrait), 15
  • Wyles Motor Ploughs. Limited. Petrol Tractor for Mowing and Reaping, 32

Subjects A

  • AERIAL Ropeway at Niagara Falls, 16
  • Aeroplane Propellers. Rotary Shaping Machine for. J. Shorey, 572
  • Air Raid of September 2nd, 211
  • Aqueduct, Catskill, Drainage Equipment for the Hudson River Syphon, 454, 464
  • Art of Coating Paper, 157, 182, 204, 249, 251, 273, 282 ; (Letter), 348 (Two-page Supplement, September 1st, 1916)
  • Artificial Limbs for Maimed Soldiers, Monsieur Amar’s Devices, 207
  • Artillery, Speed Sighting and Wind Deflection in, 133
  • Automatic Elevator for Shells, Ed. Bennis and Co., 423
  • Automatic Tipping Railway Whgon, Western Wheeled Scraper Co., 95, 100

B

  • BLEACHING, Dyeing and Printing Cotton Fabrics, Machinery for, 26, 70, 116, 120, 162, 165
  • Boring Machines, Tunnel, Beaumont-English and Brunton, 502
  • Boring Machines—see also Machine Tools
  • Bridge, Charing Cross, 8
  • Bridge, The New Quebec, Accident, 232, 236, 239, 322, 327 ; (Letters), 348, 369
  • Bridge, The New Quebec, Erection of the South Cantilever Arm, 363, 387 (Two-page Supplement, October 27th, 1916)

C

  • CAST Iron for Engine Cylinders, J. E. Hurst, 549
  • Channel Tunnel and Other Projects, 388, 422, 431, 457, 492, 602, 525, 552, 569 ; (Letter), 494
  • Clutch, Automatic, A. E. Woodhouse, 400
  • Coaches—see Railway
  • Coal for Locomotives, Measuring, 171
  • Coaling Plant, Locomotive, at Hull for North-Eastern Railway, 326, 331 (Two-page Supplement, October 13th, 1916)
  • Coating Paper—see Paper
  • Colliery Cages, Safety Device for, G. H. Schofield, 83
  • Collision—see Railway Collision
  • Concrete Lining in Tunnels, Placing, by Means of Compressed Air, 354
  • Concrete Roofed Reservoir at Guayaquil, 407, 408, 418
  • Condenser, Multiple-Jet Ejector, Morton Ejector Company, 38
  • Copper Steam Pipe Failure on the Clan Urquhart, 88
  • Cotton Fabrics, Machinery for Bleaching, Dveing, and Printing, 26, 70, 116, 120, 162, 166
  • Covering in the River Sheaf at Sheffield. 506, 507
  • Crane, Five-Ton Electric Locomotive, J. H. Wilson and Co., 469 ; (Letters), 494, 508
  • Cutter, Steel Wire, Brown Brothers, Limited, 416

D

  • DAM, The Elephant Butte, 185, 190
  • Dams, Constant Angle Arch, Spaulding Dam, Salmon Creek Dam, 260, 264
  • Daylight Lamp Signals on the Pennsylvania Railroad, 195
  • Deep Well Pumping Plant at the Leathersellers’ Hall, C. Isler and Co., Limited, 148
  • Detonator Testing Apparatus, W. O. Snelling, 330
  • Diesel Engines—see Engines
  • Drainage Equipment for the Hudson River Syphon, Catskill Aqueduct, 454, 464
  • Drainage of New Zealand Swamps, 214, 218
  • Drainage Pumps in Holland Inundation, 30, 34
  • Dredgers, Two More Types, Lobnitz and Co., 233 (Two-page Supplement, September 15th, 1916)
  • Drilling Machines—see Machine Tools

E ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • - Braidwater Spinning Company’s Mill at Ballymena, 3, 12
  • - Edison and Swan’s H2O Wet Cell, 330
  • - Electrification of Isolated Factories, 3, 12, 52, 56, 94
  • - Electro-Thermic Smelting of Iron Ores in Scandinavia, 5
  • - Furnaces, Electrometall, Helfenstein and Tinfos, 5
  • - Hydro-Electric Power Plants in New Zealand, 194
  • - Iron and Steel Electrical Conductors, T. A. Worcester, 125
  • - Light, New Way of Converting, into Electrical Energy, T. W. Case, 154
  • - Modern Electric Searchlight Projectors, J. H. Johnson, 227, 252, 294
  • - Modern Methods of Correcting Power Factor, 25
  • - Paraffin-Electric Set, Direct-Coupled, Petters, Limited, 584
  • - Phase Advancers, Brown-Boveri, Miles Walker, Kapp, andc., 25
  • - Polyphase Alternating Current Commutator Motors, British Thomson-Houston Company, Limited, 574
  • - Power Factor Meters, Dr. R. D. Gifford, 149
  • - Power House at the Ford Motor Company’s Works, 527, 529
  • - Power House in Paper Mill, at Poitou, Midlothian, 578, 583
  • - Power Signalling Installation at Flemington, . N.S.W., 547, 556
  • - Switchgear Control, New Developments in, A. G. Collis, 49, 76
  • ELEVATOR, Automatic, for Shells, Ed. Bennis and Co., 423

ENGINES AND MOTORS:

  • - Combined Steam and Gas Engine at - Ford Motor Company’s Works, The Hoovens, Owen and Bentschler Company, 527, 529, 532
  • - Crosshead Type Diesel Engine, 350 Brake Horse-power., Mirrlees, Bickerton and Day, Limited, 414 ; (Correction), 442
  • - Diesel Engines with Low Compression, Professor W. H. Watkinson, 266
  • - Gas Engine, 400 Brake Horse-power Four- cylinder, Browett, Lindley and Co., Limited, 140 (Two-page Supplement, August 18th, 1916)
  • - Gas Engine, Four-cylinder Double Acting, Mather and Platt, Limited, 436, 437 (Two- page Supplement, November 17th, 1916)
  • - Indicating Gear for Internal Combustion Engines, A, Ryder, 575
  • - Petrol Engines, Paraffin for, 7
  • - Trials on a Diesel Engine, andc., Lieut. F. T. Wilkins, 368, 444, 447
  • EXCAVATORS and Military Tractors and Wagons, Petrol, American, 435
  • Explosion of a Copper Steam Pipe, 88

F

  • FACTORIES, Electrification—see Electrical Matters
  • Ferry, Train, for New Orleans, 322
  • Forging Department of National Projectile Factory, 47 (Two-page Supplement, July 21st, 1916)
  • Freezing Process for Shaft Sinking, Simon- Carves, Limited, 460, 461 : (Correction), 494
  • Furnace, Melting, White Metal, Monometer Manufacturing Company, 423
  • Furnace, The “Turbine” Boiler, 30
  • Furnaces for Electro-Thermic Smelting, Electrometall, Helfenstein and Tinfos, 5

G

  • GAS Burners for Industrial Work, 355
  • Gas Engines—see Engines
  • Gas Turbine, Detroit Gas Turbine Corporation, 220
  • Gauge, French Screw, 234
  • Gauges, Limit, Dr. R. T. Glazebrook, 224, 240
  • Grinding Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Gyroscopic Stabiliser—see Ships

H

  • HARDNESS Tests Research Report, 515
  • Heat Transmission through Boiler Tubes, 10
  • Hydro-Electric Power Plants in New Zealand, 194

I

  • ILLUMINATION Testing Instrument, C. H. Sharp, 330
  • Influence of Speed on Endurance Tests, W. C. Popplewell, 339
  • Ingots, Some Properties of, A. W. and H. Brearley, 299, 310
  • Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines
  • Iron, Cast, for Engine Cylinders, J. E. Hurst, 549
  • Ironfoundry Cupola, Melting Steel in the, 462
  • Iron Key for Railway Chairs, J. Williamson and Co., 61
  • Iron Sand, New Zealand, Smelting, 582
  • Iron and Steel Electrical Conductors, T. A. Worcester, 125

L

  • LATHES—see Machine Tools
  • Laundry Machinery, Modern Steam, 340, 385
  • Limit Gauges, Dr. R. T. Glazebrook, 224, 240
  • Locomotive Ashpits. 150
  • Locomotive Coal, American Apparatus for Measuring, 171
  • Locomotive Coaling Plant for North-Eastern Railway, at Hull, 326, 331 (Two-page Supplement, October 13th, 1916)
  • Locomotive, Electric, for Underground Haulage 309
  • Locomotive, Standard Goods, Great Eastern Railway, 301
  • Locomotives for the French State Railways. North British Locomotive Company. 96, 276 ; (Letter), 462 (Two-page Supplement, August 4th, 1916) (Two-page Supplement, September 29th, 1916)
  • Locomotives, Oil, for Mines, Light Railways, Factories, andc., Ruston, Proctor and Co., Limited, 38, 39
  • Locomotives, Steam Storage, Baldwin Locomotive Works, 234

M MACHINE TOOLS:

  • - Boring, Facing and Drilling Machine, George Richards and Co., Limited, 54
  • - Multiple Drilling Machine for Motor Sleeve Valves, 300
  • - Rotary Shaping Machine for Aeroplane Propellers, J. Shorey, 572
  • - Shell Lathe with Automatic Electric Control, Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, 124

MACHINE TOOLS (continued):

  • - Shell Nose Screwing-on Machine, Pollock and Macnab, Limited, 286
  • - Tramway Rail Grinding Machine, Woods- Gilbert Rail Planer Company, 285
  • MACHINERY for Bleaching, Dyeing, and Printing Cotton Fabrics, 26, 70, 116, 120, 162, 165

MAPS:

  • - Channel Tunnel Proposed Plans, 526
  • - Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway, 136
  • - Elephant Butte Dam, Site of, 185
  • - Misox Railway, 480
  • - Mount Egmont and New Plymouth, 195
  • - Swamp Areas in the Auckland Province, N.Z., 218
  • - Tauranga and the River Omanawa, 195
  • MARBLE Works, U.S.A., Electrical Machinery in, 304, 308
  • Measuring Coal—see Coal
  • Melting Furnace, White Metal, Monometer Manufacturing Company, 423
  • Melting Steel in tne Ironfoundry Cupola, 462
  • Metals, Power Required in Rolling, C. E. Davies, 134
  • Meters, Power Factor—see Electrical Matters
  • Motor Car Works, Electrically-driven, Arrol- Johnston, Limited, 52, 56
  • Motors, Electrical—see Electrical Matters
  • Moulding Machine, Sand, Blakeborough-Boyd, 468
  • Mowing and Reaping, Petrol Tractor for, Wyles Motor Ploughs, Limited, 32
  • Multiple-jet Ejector Condenser, Morton Ejector Company, 38

N

  • NATIONAL Projectile Factory—see Projectile

O

  • OIL Burners with Natural Draught, U.S. Navy Tests, 286
  • Oil Engines—see Engines
  • Oil Locomotives, British, Ruston, Proctor and Co., Limited, 38, 39
  • Oxy-acetylene Welding, Barimar Limited, 234

P

  • PAPER Mill Power Plant -at Polton, Midlothian, 578, 583
  • Paper, The Art of Coating, 157, 182, 204, 249, 251, 273 282 ; (Letter), 348 (Two-page Supplement, September 1st, 1916)
  • Paraffin-electric Set, Direct-coupled, Petters, Limited, 584
  • Paraffin for Petrol Engines, 7
  • Paraffin Vaporiser and Carburetter on a Daimler Car, Binks Limited, 7
  • Petrol Caterpillar Tractor and Train, Holt Manufacturing Company, 435
  • Petrol Engines—see Engines
  • Petrol Scraper Shovel, S. J. Russell, 376
  • Petrol Tractor—see Tractor
  • Phase Advancers—see Electrical Matters
  • Photographic Paper—see Paper
  • Photometer, Illumination Testing Instrument, C. H. Sharp, 330
  • Piston Cracked from Overheating, 550
  • Piston Throttle Valve, Lancaster and Tonge, 330
  • Pit Shaft Sinking by the Freezing Process, Simon-Carves, Limited, 460, 461; (Correction), 494
  • Portrait, Charles A. Harrison, 389
  • Portrait, Sir Hiram S. Maxim, 486
  • Portrait, Thomas William Worsdell, 15
  • Power Factor—see Electrical Matters
  • Power Required in Rolling Metals, C. E. Davies, 134
  • Projectile Factory, A National, 47, 67, 78 (Two- page Supplement, July 21st, 1916 (Two-page Supplement, July 28th, 1916)
  • Pump, High-lift Centrifugal, Holden and Brooke, Limited, 560, 561
  • Pumping Plant, Deep Well, at the Leathersellers’ Hall, C. Isler and Co., Limited. 148
  • Pumps for Drainage in Holland Inundation, 30, 34

R

  • RAILWAY Carriage, New Type Composite Brake, Great Northern Railway, 416
  • Railway Chairs, Iron Key for, J. Williamson and Co., 61
  • Railway, Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul, Electrification on, 136, 144, 159, 168
  • Railway Coaches for India, All-steel, Leeds Forge Company, 364, 372
  • Railway Collision at Warminster, 256, 443
  • Railway, The Misox, S. Berg, 480, 488, 523
  • Railway Wagon, Automatic Tipping, Western Wheeled Scraper Co., 95, 100
  • Reservoir at Guayaquil, Concrete Roof Reinforcement, 407, 408, 418
  • Revolution Counter and Watch, Combined, Selson Engineering Company, 425
  • River Sheaf, Covering in, at Sheffield, 506, 507

S

  • SAND Moulding Machine, Blakeborough-Boyd, 468
  • Saw, Tree felling, A. Ransome and Co., 104
  • Screw Gauge, French, 234
  • Screwing Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Screws, Two Long, H. Brown and Co., 142 ; (Letter), 258
  • Searchlight Projectors, Modern Electric, J. H Johnson, 227, 252, 294
  • Sewage Disposal Plant, Dickey Clay Company, 98
  • Sewage Purifying Plant, Small, 60
  • Shaft Sinking by Freezing Process at Llay Hal 1 Colliery, Wrexham, Simon-Carves, Limited, 460, 461 ; (Correction), 494
  • Shafts, Whirling Speed of, W. M. Wallace, 113, 184, 203
  • Shaping Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Shell-making Machinery—see Machine Tools Shells, Automatic Elevator for, Ed. Bennis and Co., 423

SHIPS AND SHIPPING MATTERS :

  • General:
  • - Gyroscopic Stabiliser on the Yacht Widgeon, Sperry Equipment, 168, 172 ; (Letter), 211
  • - Oil Burners with Natural Draught for United States Navy, 286
  • - Train Ferry Mammoth for New Orleans, 322
  • - Two Years of Submarine Warfare, 342, 384
  • Foreign Navies:
  • - German Light Cruisers, Losses of, 432, 440
  • - German Submarine No. 3, 384
  • - German Submarines C 5 and Deutschland, 74
  • - German Torpedo Craft in the War, 501 (Four- page Supplement, December 8th, 1916)
  • - United States Battleship Pennsylvania, 17
  • - United States Submarine Tender Bushnell, 323
  • Miscellaneous:
  • - French Atlantic Liner Paris, 510, 514
  • - Hamlet, Motor Oil Tank Ship, Swedish, 346, 350
  • - Widgeon, Yacht, Sperry Gyroscopic Stabiliser on, 168, 172
  • - Winchester, Steam Turbine Yacht, E. A. Stevens, 535
  • SHOVEL, Power Scraper, in Steamer’s Hold, S. J. Russell, 376
  • Signals, Daylight Lamp, on the Pennsylvania Railroad, 195
  • Signalling, Power, at Flemington, N.S.W.. 547 556
  • Smelting of New Zealand Iron Sand, 582
  • Soldiers’ Artificial Limbs, M. Amar’s Inventions, 207
  • Speed Sighting and Wind Deflection in Artillery, Sir G. Greenhill, 133
  • Steam Engines—see Engines
  • Steam Trap, J. Baldwin and Co., 355
  • Steel, Melting, in the Ironfoundry Cupola, 462
  • Steel Wire Cutters, Brown Brothers, Limited, 416
  • Submarines—see Ships
  • Subway, New York, William-street Section, 111
  • Switches—see Electrical Matters

T

  • TACHEOMETER Readings, Simple Diagram for Reducing, F. R. Freeman, 82
  • Tamping Machine, Self-propelled, 300
  • Tests, Endurance, Influence of Speed on, W. C. Popplewell, 339
  • Textile Mills at Ballymena, 3, 12
  • Thermo-Couples for Heat Measurement in Boiler Tubes, 10
  • Thermo-Electric Method of Studying Allotropic Changes, Professor Carl Benedicks, 22
  • Tractor, Petrol, for Mowing and Reaping, Wyles Motor Ploughs, Limited, 32
  • Tractors and Wagons, Petrol, Military, Holt Manufacturing Company, 435
  • Train Ferries—see Ferry
  • Tramway Rail Grinding Machine, Woods- Gilbert Rail Planer Company, 285
  • Tree Felling by Steam Saw, A. Ransome and Co., Limited, 104
  • Trench Excavating Machine, Caterpillar, Parsons Company, 435
  • Trials on a Diesel Engine-—see Engines
  • Tunnel, Pirahy, in Brazil, 60
  • Tunnel, The Channel, and Other Projects, 388, 422, 431, 457, 492, 502, 525, 552, 569; (Letter), 494
  • Tunnels, Placing Concrete Lining in, by Means of Compressed Air, 354
  • "Turbine" Boiler Furnace, 30
  • Turbine, Gas, Detroit Gas Turbine Corporation, 220
  • Two Constant Angle Arch Dams, 260, 264

V

  • VIADUCT, Bloor-street, Toronto, 394, 398

W

  • WAGON, Automatic Tipping Railway, Western Wheeled Scraper Company, 95, 100
  • Wagons, Petrol Caterpillar, Military, Holt Manufacturing Company, 435
  • Washing Machine, Automatic Rotary, Entwisle and Gass, Limited, 582
  • Water Supply for Guayaquil, Ecuador, 407, 418
  • Welding by Oxy-Acetylene, Barimar, Limited, 234
  • Whirling Speed of Shafts, W. M. Wallace, 113, 184, 203
  • White Metal Melting Furnace, Monometer Manufacturing Company, 423
  • Wire Cutter, Steel, Brown Brothers, Limited, 416.


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