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

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ACCIDENTS:

  • Bletchley Collision, 174 ; (Letter), 211
  • Boiler Explosions, A Year’s, 37
  • Crowborough Derailment, Report, 32
  • Failure of a Copper Steam Pipe on the Clan Urquhart, 88
  • Railway Accident Returns for 1915, (5, 14
  • Warminster Collision, Great Western Railway, 250, 443
  • ACTIVATED Sludge Sewage Treatment in America, 170
  • Aerial Ropeway at Niagara Falls, 16

AERONAUTICS

  • (Missing lines)
  • AGRICULTURAL
  • (missing lines)

ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES: Association, British:

  • Calculation of the Capacity of Radio-telegraph Antennae, &c., Dr. G. W. O. Howe, 230
  • Decimal System in Currency, Weights and Measures, Sir R. Burbidge, 297
  • Disruptive Effect of Carbon Monoxide at 400 deg. to 500 deg. Cent, on Wrought Iron, Dr. J. E. Stead, 254
  • Female Labour, Report, 274
  • Fuel Economy and Electrical Power Distribution, 275
  • Fuel Economy, Report and Discussion, 255
  • Gaseous Explosion Committee, Interim Report, Dr. Dugald Clerk, 229
  • Industrial Fatigue. Report, 296
  • Industrial Unrest, Report and Discussion, 255
  • Limit Gauges, Dr. R. T. Glazebrook, 224, 229. 240
  • Methane, Pressure on the Electrical Ignition of. Dr. W. M. Thornton, 229
  • Motor Cultivation, C. B. Fisher, 254
  • Newcastle Meeting, 205, 224, 229, 240, 254 274, 296, 356
  • Oxidation of Nickel Steel, Dr. J. E. Stead, 254
  • Popular Science Lectures, Report of Committee, 246
  • Presidential Address, Mr. Gerald Stoney, 205
  • Pressure Oil Film Lubrication, H. B. Newbiggin, 229
  • Principle of Similitude in Engineering Design, 'r. E. Stanton, 356
  • Radio-telegraphic Investigations, 239
  • Reduction of Solid Nickel and Copper Oxides by Solid Iron, Dr. J. E. Stead, 254
  • Standardisation, Engineering Standards Committee, C. le Maistre, 229
  • Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • Cast Iron for Engine Cylinders, J. E. Hurst, 549
  • Friction Clutches, W. G. Gass, 399
  • Industrial Considerations After the War, P. W. Reed, 345 ,
  • Pneumatic Grain Handling Appliances, Cecil j Bentham, 494
  • Association, Incorporated Municipal ; Electrical:
  • Electric Vehicle Committee, 73 |
  • Association of Mechanical Engineers, Birmingham:
  • Electricity and the Economical Use of Coal, R. A. Cliattock, 348
  • Institute, The Iron and Steel:
  • Autumn Meeting, 278, 299, 332
  • Effect of Blast-furnace Gases on Wrought Iron, Dr. J. E. Stead, 404
  • Influence of Some Elements on the Mechanical Properties of Steel, Dr. J. E. Stead, 278, 287
  • Manganese Ores of the Bukovina, H. K. Scott, 299, 332
  • Notes on Pearlite, Professor H. M. Howe and A. J. Levy, 299
  • Papers by Dr. Stead, Dr. Arnold, H. K. Scott, and G. F. Zummer, 299
  • Proposed Alterations in Membership, Committees, &c., 278
  • Some Properties of Ingots, A. W. and PI. Brearley, 299, 310
  • Steel Ingot Defects, &c.. Open-hearth Steel and Bessemer Steel, J. N. Kilby, 299
  • Thermo-electric Method of Studying Allotropic Changes, Professor Carl Benedicks, 22
  • Institute of Metals:
  • Annealing of Brass, C. H. Mathewson and E. M. Thalheimer, 284
  • Autumn Meeting, 284
  • Cadmium in Spelter, Professor Ingalls, 284
  • Development of the Spelter Industry, E. A. Smith, 284
  • Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • “ James Forrest ” Lecture : Appliances for Handling Materials’ at Ports, Sir J. P. Griffith, 366, 389 |
  • Presidential Address, Sir Maurice Fitzmaurice, 424, 435 j
  • Institution of Mechanical Engineers: !
  • Assistant Engineers for the Ministry of Munitions, 513
  • Dr. Unwin’s Second Presidential Address, 376 Engineers for the Ministry of Munitions, Dr. Unwin’s Letter, 513
  • Hardness Tests Research Committee, Report, 613, 515, 637
  • “ Thomas Hawksley ” Lecture : The Gas Engineer of the Last Century, Harry E. Jones, 410
  • Trials on a Diesel Engine by the Late Lieut. F. T. Wilkins, 368, 444,.447
  • Variable-speed Gears for Motor Road Vehicles, R. E. Phillips, 646, 560
  • Institution of Mining Engineers:
  • Absorption of Oxygen by Coal, J. I. Graham, 257
  • Annual General Meeting, 256
  • Form and Structure of the Coalfields of Scotland, D. Ferguson, 257
  • Permeability of Coal to Air or Gas, and the Solubilities of Different Gases in Coal : Formation of Water in the Oxidation of Coal, J. I. Graham, 257
  • Presidential Address on the Influence of Science, Education, and Legislation on Mining, Wallace Thorneycroft, 250
  • Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders: i
  • Annual Meeting, 400
  • Engineering After the War^A. D. C. Parsons, E. L. Orde, and G. H. Tweddell, 400
  • Tests, Air Pump Apparatus, at Richardsons, Westgarth and Co., 380
  • Works Organisation, G. H. Tweddell, 506
  • Institution of Petroleum Technologists:
  • Norfolk Oil-shales, W. Forbes-Leslie, 347
  • Society of Chemical Industry :
  • Annual Meeting in Edinburgh, 69, 92
  • British Coal Tar Colour Industry and its Difficulties in War Time, C. M. Whittaker, 92
  • Chemistry and Engineering, Dr. C. Carpenter, 467
  • Disadvantages of the Present Patent Law, W. P. Thompson, 93
  • Extraction of Tar Fog from Hot (:las, G. T. Purves, 93
  • Fuel Economy, Professor Armstrong, 69 Influence of Patent Laws upon Industry, W. F. Reid, 93
  • Influence of the War upon the Tar Distillation Industry, W. H. Coleman, 92
  • Manufacture of Fine Chemicals in relation to British Chemical Industry, C. A. Hill and T. D. Morson, 93
  • Manufacture of Synthetic Organic Drugs as Affected by the War, F. H. Carr, 93
  • Overhauling of the Patent Law, J. W. Gordon, 93
  • Presidential Address, Dr. C. Carpenter, 69 Production of Alkaloids as Affected by the War, D. B. Dott, 93
  • Progress of British Rare Earth Industry during the War, S. J. Johnstone, 93
  • Society of Engineers:
  • Mineral Resources cf the British Empire, Dr. W. G. Fearnsides and Dr. C. 628, 581
  • Visit to Johnson and Phillips’ Works, 98
  • Society, The Faraday :
  • Refractories, Discussion, 412
  • Society, Royal, of Arts:
  • Coal and its Economic Utilisation, J. S. S. Brame, 493, 513, 635
  • AUTOMATIC Clutch, A. E. Woodhouse, 400
  • Automatic Elevator for Shells, Ed. Bennis and Co., 423
  • Automatic Tipping Railway Wagon, Western Wheeled Scraper Company, 95, 100
  • BARGES—see Ships
  • Benedicks, Professor Carl, on Thermo-electric Method of Studying Allotropic Changes, 22
  • Bentham, Cecil, on Pneumatic Grain-handling Appliances, 494
  • Berg, S., on the Misox Railway, 480, 488, 523
  • Berthaut, General, on the Future of Forts, 409
  • Blast-furnace Gases, The Effect of, on Wrought Iron, Dr. J. E. Stead, 404
  • Bleaching, Dyeing, and Printing Cotton Fabrics, Machinery for, 27, 70, 116, 120, 162, 165
  • Bloor-Street Viaduct, Toronto, 394, 398
  • Blount, Bertram, on the Production of Glass for Scientific Use, 81
  • Board of Trade Iron and Steel Industries Committee, 126
  • Boiler Explosion, A London, 495
  • Boiler Explosions, A Year’s, 37
  • Boiler Tubes, Heat Transmission through, 10 ; (Letter), 65 j
  • Books of Reference, 200, 239, 263
  • Boring Machines—'^e^ also Machine Tools i
  • Boring, Tunnel, Machines, Beaumont-English and Brunton, 502
  • Boy Artificers for the Royal Xavy, 66
  • Brame, Professor J. S. S., on Coal and its l^lconoinic Utilisation, 493, 513, 535
  • Brass, Annealing of, C. H. ZMatthewson and E. M. Thalheimer, 284
  • Brazil, Th© Pirahy '3'unnel in, 60
  • Brearley, A. W. and H., on Some Properties of Ingots, 299, 310

BRIDGES:

  • Charing Cross Bridge, 8
  • Quebec Bridge, Accident, 232, 236, 239, 322, 327 ; (Letters), 348, 369
  • Quebec Bridge, Erection of the South Cantilever Arm, 363, 387 {Two-page Supple- went, October 27th, 1916)
  • BRIGTON, Fuel Economy Scheme for, 309 Brinell Test, 466, 513, 615
  • British Coal Tar Colour Industry, &c., C. M. Whittaker, 92
  • British Cotton Growing Association’s Meeting J. A. Hutton, 98
  • Briti.sh Empire, Mineral Resources of, 528, 581 British Empire Producers’ Organisation, 401
  • British Industrial Organisation for War, 191 : (Letter), 212
  • British Industry, Federation of, 121, 280 Briti.sh Rare Earth Industry, Progress cf,
  • During the War, S. J. Johnstone, 93
  • British Science and Industry, 57
  • British Trade in Foreign Countries, Promotion of, 550
  • Burstall, Professor, on th© late Lieut. Wilkins’ Paper on Trials of a Diesel Engine, 368
  • By-Products, Coal Tar, 401
  • By-Products, Coke Oven Practice, Recent
  • Improvements in, Dr. G. P. Lishman, 93
  • CADMIUM in Spelter, Professor Ingalls, 284 Calenders—see Machinery for Cotton Fabrics Canada, Hydro-Electric Plant in, 587 Canada, Mineral Production of, in 1915, 178 Canal, Th© Forth and Clyde, 395 Canal, Welland Ship, Canada, 242 Capital and Labour, E. W. Petter, 43 Carburetter—see Motor Vehicles
  • Carpenter, Dr. C., on Chemistry and Engineering, 467
  • Carpenter, Dr. C., Presidential Address at the Society of Chemical Industry, 69, 121
  • Carr, .F. H., on the Manufacture of Synthetic Organic Drugs as Affected by th© War, 93
  • Case, T. W., on a New Way of Converting Light into Electrical Energy, 154
  • Cast Iron for Engine Cylinders, J. E. Hurst, 649 Catalogues, 45, 130, 177, 270, 290, 360, 450, 471, 666
  • Catskill Aqueduct, Drainage Equipment, 464
  • Centrifugals—see Pumps Channel Tunnel and Other Projects, 388, 431, 457, 492, 502, 525, 552, 569, i (Letter), 494
  • Chatterton, Alfred, on th© Development of Mechanical Engineering in India, 36, 44
  • Chattock, R. A., on Electricity and th© Economical Us© of Coal. 348 ; (Letter), 392
  • Chemicals, Fine, Manufacture of, in Relation to British Chemical Industry, C. A. Hill and T. D. Morson, 93
  • Chemistry and Engineering, Dr. C. Carpenter, 467
  • Chemistry, Industrial. The Past and Future of, 113, 146, 170, 210, 230
  • Chile, Engineering Progress in, 285
  • Chinese Engineers for British Firms, Professor Middleton Smith. 646
  • Clearing House f'^r Machinery, 395, 405
  • Clerk, Dr. Dugald, Report on Gaseous Explosions, 229
  • Clutch, An Automatic, A. E. Woodhouse, 400 Clutches, Friction, W. G. Gass, 399
  • Coaches, Railway—see Railway Matters

COAL, COKE, AND COLLIERIES:

  • Coal and its Economic Utilisation, Professor J. S. S. Brarae, 493, 513, 535
  • Coal Output Deficiency, 370
  • Coal Tar By-Products, 401
  • Coal Trade Difficulties, 383
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  • DAM, Elephant Butte, 185, 190
  • Dams, Two Constant Angle Arch, Spaulding and Salmon Creek, 260, 264
  • Davies, C. E., on Power Required in Rolling Metals, 134
  • Daylight Signals—see Railways
  • Decimal Systems—see British Association ; also Letters to the Plditor
  • Deep Well Pumping Idant at the Leathersellers
  • Hall, C. Isler and Co., Limited, 148 Depreciation of Controlled Plant, 419 Detonators, A Test for, C. G. Storm and W. C. Cope, 330
  • Diagram for Reducing Tacheometer Readings,
  • F. R. Freeman, 82 Diesel Engines—see Engines Dilution of Labour on Clyde and Tyne, 166 Dock and Harbour Dues on Government Ships,
  • 122
  • Dott, D. B., on the Production of Alkaloids as Affected by the War, 93
  • Drainage Equipment for the Hudson River,
  • Syphon, &c., 454. 464
  • Drainage of New Zealand Swamps, 214, 218 Dredgers, Two Types, The Flamingo and
  • Walrus, Lobnitz and Co., Limited, 233 (.Two- page Supplement^ September iQth, 1916)
  • Drift in Artillerj’ Fire, Sir G. Greenhill, 2 Drilling IMachines—see Machine Tools Drugs, Synthetic Organic, Manufacture of, as Affected by the War, F. H. Carr, 93
  • EDINBURGH Tramways, 413
  • Education of Engineers, 18
  • Educational Intelligence, 66, 73, 164, 246, 290, 406
  • Efficiency, Edward E. Wall, 494
  • Efficiency, Human, 4.89

ELECTRICAL MATTERS:

  • Braidwater Spinning Company’s Mill at Ballymena, British Thomson-Houston Electrical Plant at, 3, 12
  • Charging Electric Vehicle Batteries, 82 Control of 15,000 Horse-power Motors, 126 Converting Light into Electrical Energy,
  • New Way of, T. W. Caso, 154
  • Direct-coupled Paraffin Electric Set, Petters, Limited, 584
  • Dublin Electricity Supply, Colonel d’Alton’s Report, 411
  • Electric Power Supply, 351
  • Electrical Industry in Germany and Austria, 154
  • Electric Vehicles Committee, 73, 82
  • Electricity and the Economical Use of Coal, R. A. Chattock, 348 ; (Letter), 392
  • Electricity on the Farm, 13
  • Factories—see Isolated
  • Fuel Economy and Electric Power Distribution, 275
  • Furnaces for Smelting Iron Ores in Scandinavia, Elektrometall, "Helfenstein and Tinfos, 5 ; (Letter), 127
  • HoO Wet Cell, Edison and Swan, 330
  • Hydro-electric Plant in Canada, 587 ’Hydro-electric Power Plants in New Zealand, Two Small, 194
  • Iron and Steel Electrical* Conductors, 125
  • Isolated Factories, The Electrification of, 3, 12, 52, 94
  • Locomotives—see Railways
  • Marble Quarry, Vermont, U.S.A., Electric Power Plant, 308
  • Modern Electric Searchlight Projectors, J. H. Johnson, 227, 252. 294
  • ^Modern Methods of Correcting Power Factor, 25
  • Paper Mill Power Plant, Reorganisation of, 583
  • Polyphase Alternating-current Commutator 3^Iotors, British Thomson-Houston Company, Limited, 574
  • Power Contract, An Unusual, 142
  • Power Factor Meters, Dr. R. D. Gilford, 149
  • Power Generating Equipment, 6000 H.P. Combination Steam and Gas Engines, 97
  • Power-house at the Ford Motor Company’s Works, 527, 529^
  • Poxver Signalling Installation at Flemington ‘ N.S.W., 547, 556
  • Railways—see Railxvays
  • Shanghai Electricity Undertaking, 51
  • Southwick Electricity Works, Brighton, Fuel Economy Scheme, 309
  • Switchgear Control, New Developments in.
  • A. G. Collis, 49, 75
  • Thermo-electric Method of Studying Allotropic Changes, Professor Carl Benedicks, 22
  • ELECTRO-THERMIC SMELTING— see Electrical jMatters
  • Elephant Butte Dam, 185, 190
  • Elevator, Automatic, for .Shells, Ed. Bennis and Co., 423

ENGINES AND MOTORS: General:

  • Cast Iron for Engine Cylinders, J. E. Hurst' 549
  • Supply of Marine Engines, 373

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Internal Combustion Engines:

  • Combined Steam and Gas Engine, 6000 H.P., at Ford Motor Company’s "Works, Hoovens, Owen and Rentschler Company, 527, 532
  • Combination Steam and Gas Engines, 6000 H.P., 97
  • - Crosshead Type Diesel Engine, 350 B.H.P., Mirrlees, Bickerton, and Day, Limited, 414 ; (Correction), 442
  • Diesel Engines with Low Compression, Professor W. H. Watkinson,_ 266
  • Diesel Engines v. Steam Turbines, 324 ; (Letter), 370, 392
  • Four-cylinder Double-acting Gas Ejigine, Mather and Platt, 436, 437 (Two-page Supplement, November 17th, 1916)
  • Gas Engine, 400 B.H.P. Four-cylinder, Browett, Lindley and Co., Limited, 140 (Two-page Supplement, August ISth, 1916)
  • Gas Engines, Premier, at Burham, 94
  • Gas Engines, Ruston-Proctor, at Gerrard’s Works, Swinton, 94
  • Indicating Gear for Internal Combustion Engines, A. Ryder, 575
  • Oil Engines for Farm Service, Worthington Pump Company, Limited, 4
  • Trials on a Diesel Engine, F. T. Wilkins, 368, 444, 447

ENGINES AND MOTORS: Steam Engines :

  • Combined Steam and Gas Engine, 6000 H.P,. at Eord Motor Company’s Works, Hoovens, Owen and Rentschler Company, 527, 532
  • Combination Steam and Gas Engines, 6000 H.P., 97
  • Compound Superheating Ploughing Engine, J/Fowler and Co., Limited, 4
  • Portable Steam Engine, Steam Traction Engine, &c., Marshall, Sons and Co., Limited, 4
  • ENGINEER Volunteers, First London, 24, 46, 54, 76, 98, 126, 139, 179, 202, 225, 246, 272, 292, 316, 324, 382, 406, 430, 452, 476, 522, 542, 568, 584
  • Engineers, Education of, 18
  • Engineers on Foreign-going Steamships, 416 Engineering Design, Principle of Similitude in, T. E. Stanton, 356 '
  • Engineering Industries, Organisation of the, Engineering Industry After the War, 257 Engineering Problems in Mesopotamia, Sir
  • Willcocks, 310
  • Engineering Progress in Chile, 285
  • Engineering Standards Committee, C. Maistre, 229
  • Engineering After the War, A. D. C. Parsons, E. L. Orde, and G. H. Tweddle, 400
  • Engineering Works, Women’s, 37
  • Excavating Machines, Petrol Caterpillar, for Trench Work, Parsons Company, 435
  • FACTORIES—see also Works
  • Factories, Electrification of-—see Electrical Matters
  • Factories, The Human Element in, B. S. Rowntree, 441, 443
  • Farm Machinery, 587
  • Fearnsides, Dr. W. G., and Dr. C. G. Cullis on the Mineral Resources of the British Empire, 528, 581 #
  • Federation of British Industry, 121, 280, 550
  • Ferguson, D., on the Form and Structure of the Coalfields of Scotland, 257
  • Ferry, Train, Mammoth, for New Orleans, 322 Floods, Great, in America,’ 142
  • Forbes-Leslie, W., on The Norfolk Oil-shales, 347, 351
  • Forging Projectiles—see Projectiles
  • Forrest, James, Lecture on Appliances for Handling Materials at Ports, Sir J. P. Grifilth, 366, 389
  • Fox’tli and Clyde Canal, 395
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 98, 197, 223, 246, 270, 290, 302, 332, 357, 380, 405, 428, 447, 474, 495, 508, 644, 563, 584
  • Forts, The Future of, General Berthaut, 409
  • Freeman, F. R-., on a Simple Diagram for Reducing Tacheometcr Readings, 82
  • Freezing Process, Pit Shaft Sinking, Simon- Carves, Limited, 460, 461 ; (Correction), 494
  • French, J. W., on The Grinding and Polishing of Optical Surfaces, 443
  • French Screw Gauge, 234
  • French Workers, Visit of, 82
  • Friction Clutches, W. G. Gass, 399
  • Fuel Economy and Electrical Power Distribution 275
  • Fuel Economy, Interim Report, 200
  • Fuel Economy, Professor Armstrong, 69
  • Fuel Economy, Report and Discussion, British Association, 255
  • Fuel Economy Scheme for Brighton, 309 Furnace, The “Turbine,” 30
  • Furnace, White Metal Melting, Monometer Manufacturing Co., 423
  • Furnaces, Electric- -see Electrical blatters
  • GAS Burners for Industrial Work, 355 Gas-Electric Power Plant at Burham Works, 94 Gas Engines—see Engines
  • Gas Engineer of the Last Century, Harry E. Jones, 410 ; (Letter), 446
  • Gas Producer Electric Plant at Gerrard’s Works, Swinton, 94
  • Gas Turbine, Detroit Gas Turbine Corporation, 220
  • Gass, W. G., on Friction Clutches, 399 Gatewood, R. D., on Military and Technical
  • Considerations of Battleship Design, 469 Gauge, French Screw, 234
  • Gauges, Limit, Dr. R. T. Glazebrook, 224, 229. 240
  • Glasgow Fire Brigade Efficion cy, 401
  • Glass Research, 250 Glass for Scientific Bertram Blount,
  • Glazebrook, Dr. R. 229, 240
  • Gordon, J. W.. on the Overhauling of the Patent Law, 93
  • Government and the Irish Railways, 667, 560 Graham, J. I., on Permeability of Coal to Air or Gas, and the Solubilities of Different Gases in Coal; Formation of Water in the Oxidation of Goal; Absorption of Oxvgen by Coal, 257
  • Grain-handling Appliances, Pneumatic, Cecil Bentham, 494
  • Grande, Julian, on the Electrification of the Swiss State Railways. 104
  • Great Britain from a German Standpoint, 458 Greenhill, Sir George, on Drift in Artillery Fire, 2
  • Greenhill, Sir George, on High-angle Fire at Aircraft, 36
  • Greenhill, Sir George, on Speed Sighting and Wind Deflection in Artillery, 133
  • Griffith, Sir J. P., on Appliances fox* Handling Materials at Ports, “James Forrest” Lecture, 366, 389
  • Grinding Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Grintling and Polishing Optical Surfaces, J. W. Jfrench, 443
  • Gyroscopes, Stabilising Ships by Means of, 169 ; (Letter), 211—see also Ships
  • HANDLING Materials at Ports, Appliances for. Sir J. P. Griffiths, “ James Forrest ” Lecture, 366, 389
  • Hardness Tests Research Rcjjort, 613, 616, 537 Hardness ? What is, 465
  • Heat Transmission through Boiler Tubes, 10 ; (Letter), 65
  • Hichens, W. L., on the Importance of Increased Production, 17
  • High-angle Fire at Aircraft, Sir G. Greenhill, 36
  • Hill, C. A., and T. D. Morson, on the Manufacture of Fine Chemicals in relation to British Chemical Industry, 93
  • Holidays-—see Labour
  • Holland, Draining Inundated Areas, 30, 34 Hudson River Syphon of Catskill Aqueduct,
  • Drainage Equipment, 454, 464 Efficiency, 489
  • Human Element in Factories, B. S. Rowntree, 441, 443
  • Hurst, J. E., on Cast Iron for Engine Cylinders, 549
  • Hurst, J. E., on Melting Steel in the Iron- foundry Cupola, 462
  • Hydro-electric Plant in Canada, 587
  • Hydro-olectric Power Plants in New Zealand, Two Small, 194
  • IDLE Machinery, 395, 406
  • Illumination Testing—see Photometer Importance of Increased Production, W. L. Hichens, 17
  • Increased Production, 419
  • India, Development of Mechanical Engineering in, Alfred Chatterton, 36, -14
  • India, Ventilation in, 102
  • Indispensables, Question of, 374
  • Industrial Chemistry, The Past and Future of, 113, 146, 170, 216, 230
  • Industrial Considerations After the War, F. W. Reed, 345
  • Industrial Fatigue—see Labour
  • Industrial Organisation for War, British, 193 ; (Letter), 212
  • Industrial Peace, 533
  • Industrial Research—see Research
  • Industrial Unrest—see Labour
  • Industries, Engineering, Oi‘ganisa1ion of the, 118
  • Industry, British, Federation of, 121, 280, 550
  • Industry, Engineering, After the War, 257
  • Influence of Speed bn Endurance Tests, W. C. Popplewell, 339
  • Ingots—nee Iron and Steel
  • Institutes and Institutions—see Associations Internal Combustion Engines—see Engines Inundation in Holland, I’umps for Draining,
  • The Werkspoor Company, 30, 34 Inventions, Peaceful, 373 Inventors and the War, 242

IRON AND STEEL:

  • Board of Trade Iron and Steel Industries Committee, 126
  • Cast Iron for Engine Cylinders, J. E. Hurst 549
  • Effect of Blast-furnace Gases on Wrought Iron, Dr. J. E. Stead, 404
  • Electro-thermic Smelting of Iron Ores in
  • Scandinavia, 5 ; (Letter), 127
  • Hardness Tests Research Report, 513, 515, 537
  • Influence of Some Elements on the Mechanical Properties of Steel, Dr. J. E. Stead, 278, 284, 287
  • Iron Key for Railway Chairs, J. Williamson and Co., 61
  • Iron and Steel Electrical Conductors, 125 Manganese Ores of the Bukowina, H. K.
  • Scott, 299, 332
  • Melting Steel in the Ironfoundry Cupola, J. E. Hurst, 462 ; (Letter), 584
  • Organisation of Iron, Steel, Engineering,
  • Shipbuilding, and Allied Industries, 529
  • Oxidation of Nickel Steel; Reduction of
  • Solid Nickel and Copper Oxides by Solid
  • Iron, and Disruptive Effect of Carbon Monoxide at 400 deg. to 500 deg. Cent, on Wrought Iron, Dr. J. E. Stead at the British Association Newcastle Meeting, 254 Smelting New Zealand Iron Sand, 583 Some Properties of Ingots, A. W. and H.
  • Brearley, 299, 310
  • Steel Ingot Defects, &c., Open-hearth Steel and Bessemer Steel, J. N. Kilby, 299
  • Steel Wire Cutter, Brown Brothers, Limited, 416
  • Supply of Manganese Ore, 115
  • Thermo-electric Method of Studying Allotropic Changes, Professor Carl Benedicks, 22
  • What is Hardness ? 465
  • IRRIGATION in South Africa, 267
  • JOHNSON, J. H., on Modern Electric Search light Projectors, 227, 252, 294
  • Johnstone, S. J., on the Progress of the British Rare Earth Industry during the War, 93
  • Jones, Harry E., on the Gas Engineer of the Last Century, 410 ; (Letter), 446
  • Jutland—«ee Ships, Naval Matters
  • KERSHAW, J. B. C., on Refuse Destruction, 317 ; (Letter), 369
  • Kilby, J. N., on Steel Ingot Defects, &c., 299
  • Krupp’s, Women’s War Work at, 15
  • LABORATORY, The National Physical, 53, 87

LABOUR NEWS, STRIKES, AND WAGES QUESTIONS:

  • Capital and Labour, 43
  • Coal Trimmers’ Agreement, 73
  • Dilution of Labour on Clyde and Tyne, 166
  • Holidays for Munition Workers, 171
  • Increased Production, the Premium System, 419
  • Industrial Fatigue, Report to British Association, 296
  • Industrial Peace, 533
  • Industrial Unrest, Report and Discussion, 255 Labour Cost per Piece, 511
  • Labour’s Delusion and Danger, 401
  • Labour. Problem, 238 ; (Letter), 258
  • Malingering, 79
  • Pre-war Conditions, 557
  • Rowan Premium System, 549, 576
  • Stoney, Mr. Gerald, Address to the British Association, 205, 215 ; (Letters), 242, 258
  • Threatened American Railway Strike, 186, 216
  • War and Current Thoughts, 645
  • Women’s Labour, 274—see Dilution of Labour and also Works
  • LATHES—see Machine Tools
  • Laundry Machinery, Modern Steam, 340, 385

LEADERS:

  • Activated Sludge Sewage Treatment in America, 170
  • Airship and the Aeroplane, 305
  • American Railwaymen’s Demands, 216
  • American Shipbuilding, 237
  • British Industrial Organisation for War, 191
  • British Mercantile Shipbuilding, 441
  • British Science and Industry, 57
  • Channel Tunnel, 579
  • Clearing House for Machinery, 395
  • Coal Trade Difficulties, 283
  • Coal Wastage. 121
  • Co-operative Research, 192
  • Depreciation of Controlled Plant, 419
  • Development of Shipping Registration, 489
  • Dock and Harbour Dues on Government Ships, 122
  • Electric Power Supply, 351
  • Electricity on the Farm, 13
  • Federation of British Industry, 121
  • Forth and Clyde Canal, 395
  • Future of British Railways, 580
  • Future of Cross-Channel Traffic, 261
  • Future Shipbuilding Demand, 305
  • Human Efficiency, 489
  • Human Element in Factories, 441
  • Increased Production, 419 industrial Peace, 533
  • Jutland, the Battle of, 35
  • Labour Cost per Piece, 611 ijabour Probieni, 238
  • London County Council Tramways, 58 Malingering, '/9
  • Mechanical Lnginoering in India, 3G iMr. Gerald btoney’s Aadi'ess, 215 Munitions lactones, 262
  • Norfolk Oii-shaloa, 351
  • Organisation of Kesearch, 511 l‘eacotul Inventions, 373
  • Petrol and its Substitutes, 122
  • Pre-War Conditions, 657
  • Problem of Aeroplane Supply, 466
  • Propeller Immersion and Llliciency, 10J
  • Quebec Bridge Accident, 239, 327
  • Question of American Competition, 13
  • Question of “ Indispensables,” 374
  • Railway Accidents lu 1915, 14 ; (Correction), 55
  • Railway Travel Problems, 633
  • Railways of Beland, 667
  • Resistance of Submarines and Airships, 237
  • Science for All, 216
  • Ships of War and Commerce, 215
  • Single Operation versus Automatic Machine Tools, 145
  • Some Railway Questions, 146
  • Stabilising Ships by Means of Gyroscopes, 169
  • Sterilising Water Supplies, 337
  • Supply of Marine Engines, 373
  • Taking Stock of Knowledge, 284
  • The Navy, 79
  • Turning of the Tables, 283
  • Two Tears of War, 101
  • What is Hardness ? 465
  • LE MAISTRE, C., on the Engineering Standards Committee, 229

LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS:

  • America, 24, 46, 90, 110, 132, 155, 202, 248, , 272, 316, 362, 382, 405, 425, 447, 474, 498, 568, 587
  • Australian Notes, 360 I
  • England, North of, 19, 41, 62, 84, 106, 128, 161, 175, 198, 221, 243, 268, 288, 312, 336, 358, 379, 402. 426, 448, 473, 496, 517, 641, 563, 686
  • Lancashire, 19, 40, 61, 84, 106, 128, 161, 175, 197, 221, 243, 267, 288, 312, 333, 357, 377, 402, 426, 448, 471, 496, 517^ 540, 664, 686
  • Midlands and Staffordshire, 18, 40, 62, 83, 105, 127, 150, 174, 197, 220, 242, 267, 287, 311, 333, 357, 377, 401, 425, 447, 471, 496, 518, 640, 664, 685
  • Scotland, 21, 42, 63, 85, 107, 129, 163, 177, 199, 222, 244, 269, 289, 313, 336, 360, 379, 403, 427, 449, 472, 497, 519, 541, 566, 686
  • Sheffield, 20, 41, 63, 85, 107, 129, 152, 176,
  • 198, 222, 244, 268, 289, 313, 334, 358, 378, 402, 427, 449, 472, 497, 519, 541, 665, 686
  • Wales and Adjoining Counties, 21, 43, 64, 86, 108, 129, 153, 177, 199, 223, 246, 314, 336, 359, 379, 403, 428, 450. 520. 542, 665, 587

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR:

  • Ability or Experience, M. B., 212 After the War, C. R. Parkes, 302 :
  • Limited, 370
  • Aluminium Alloy Castings, Aluminium Alloy Pistons Company, 370
  • American Tons and Gallons, C. 9^ Evennette, 212
  • Audibility of Gun-firing, Observer, 40
  • Badges at Society Meetings, Member of Several Societies, 348
  • Beit Driving, J. T. 'Towlson, 39
  • Bletchley Accident and Track Lavout, L. A. K, 211
  • British Trad©—see Expansion, &c.
  • Canal Haulage, J. Walwyn White, 392 Channel Tunnel, J. Batey, 494
  • Coal Wastage, Coal Consumer, 166 Converting Centigrade to Kabrenheit, W. A. Littell, 139
  • Cooigardie Pipe Line, Aguas Corrientes, 242
  • I^eeimal Association Report, E. xA. W. Phillips, 98, 258 : J. Stormonth, 139, 196, 268, 280,
  • 301 ; E. Merry, 166 ; A. Maclvor, 196 ; T. H. Relton, 212 ; P. W. Petter, 212 ; R. H. Burnett, 301 ; J. L. Lees, 302 ; Tolerator,
  • 302 : Old Fossil, 332
  • Diesel Engines v. Steam Turbines, H. Patten, , 370, 393
  • Draughtsmen and their Employers, Covirt, 73 ; C. A. Longley, 98
  • Eleetricity and the Economical Vs© of Coal, W'. Chaney, 392
  • Electricitv in Engineering Workshops, J. A., 212
  • Electro-thermic Smelting of Iron Ores in Scandinavia, J. O. Boving, 127
  • Knglish ^Measures—see. Decimal Association
  • Expan.sion and Development of British Industries, P. A. Reuss, 138 : J. H. Butterworth. 166 •
  • Foreign Competition xWter the "War, 'Phren’d Miller, 447
  • French “Pacific" Type Locomotives, IV. J. Griggs, 463
  • Gas Engineer of the Txast Century, R. B. Prosser, 446
  • Heat Transmission through Boiler Tubes, R. Knox, 66
  • Importance of Scientific Treatment of Coal, Sydney H. North. 193
  • International System—see Decimal Association
  • Invention of the Steam Hydraulic Press, R,
  • B. Prosser, 127
  • Labour Problem, J. W, Hope, 258
  • Light Railways, H. Hamel Smith, 584
  • Marine Salvage Work, P. B., 139;
  • White, 212
  • Masters and Men, A. E. Kershaw, 242
  • Neglect of Science, A. S. E. Ackermann, 73 O ? ? H. Sharp, 280
  • Petrol Question, T. D. Parr, 139 Photographic Papers, T. Illingworth and Co Limited, 348
  • Plea for Up-to-Date Bridgework in the United Kingdom, R. H. White, 392 ; H. R Lewis, 462 ; H. L. White, 639 ; C. Gribble, 508, 663 ; G. Kenworthv, 608, 663, Pl M’ Gibb,639
  • Power of Cranes, W’. J. G., 494 ; J. H. Wilson and Co., 608
  • Power Required in Rolling Metals, C. E. Davies, 197
  • Projectile for Smooth-bore Ordnance C T Crpwden, 39, 98 ; C. F. Dendy Marshal^ 65, 127
  • Propeller Immersion and Efficiency, Benno 139, 197, 242 ; A. R. Liddell, 166, 212 ’
  • Quebec Bridge, The Accident to the, H. Leader, 348, 369
  • Question of Progress, R. G., 370
  • Railways, Trade and State Oymershin. C. G Howsin, 331 ; H. R. W., 348
  • Rattler v. Alecto—see Propeller Immersion Refuse Destruction, G. Watson, 369 Reinforced Concrete and Ferro-concrete, W.
  • N, Twelvetrees, 127
  • Royal Automobile Club Russian Ambulance Fund, A. Stanley, 139
  • Russian Trade, Engineer, 320
  • Salaries of Trained Engineers, Arcadian, 268 ;
  • Only an Engineer, 280 ; Aguas Corrientes,’ 280 ; Also an Engineer, 302
  • Science Teaching in General Schools, Prior Lien, 392
  • Screw, A Large, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whit- worth and Co., Limited, 258
  • Screw V, Paddle-wheel—see Propeller Immersion
  • Shipping of P'ood, A. S. E. Ackermann, 494 Signalling on the Pennsylvania Railroad, A» H. Rudd, 584
  • Single Operation versus Automatic Machine Tools, E. R. and F. Turner, 166
  • Spelter Manufacture, H. Martin, 302 Stabilising Ships by Means of Gyroscopes,
  • Sperry Gyroscope Company, 211
  • Standard Size of Catalogues, Progress, 212 ; A. P. Trotter, 242 ; A. S. E. Ackermann, 268
  • Steel Scrap Trade, J. Oxley, 332
  • Stresses in Sheet Piling, Student, 193 ; PI. C. A., 127 ; G. S., 139 ; A. A. Stoddard, 139 ; X.Y.Z., 98
  • Vertical Boiler, J. T. Towlson, 166, 280
  • War Inventions and their Application, A. E. Menzies, 301
  • War-time Generosity, Shylock, 302, 332 Water-tight Doors in Ships, Njj-bet and Co., Limited, 639
  • Worsdell’s Apparatus for Transferring Mailbags, R. B. Prosser, 66
  • LIDDELL, A. R., on Longitudinal Stresses of Ships, 344
  • Liddell, A, R., on the Yield of Riveted Connections in Shipbuilding, 29
  • Light, Conversion—see Electrical Matters
  • ^"*^^40 * ^^^^'Gbrook, 224, 229,
  • Lishman, Dr. G. P., on Recent Improvements

LITERATURE: Reviews:

  • Air Supply to Boiler-rooms of War.shins Richard Allen, 14 ’
  • Aircraft, F. 9’. Jane and C G. Grey, 103
  • Canadian Pacific Railway, The Story of the Keith Morris, 142, 329 ’
  • Concentrating Ores by Flotation, T J Hoover, 280, 397
  • Development of English Building Construe- , tion, C. F. Innocent, 329
  • English and American Tool Builders, J W i Roe, 263, 353 ‘
  • Ploation Process, T. A. Rickard, 280, 397
  • Gyroscopic Theory, Report on, to the Aeronautical Committee, 1914, Sir G. Greenhill 69
  • No Limit: Book of Weights, Steel and Iron, A. Woodcock, 142, 329
  • Oil Fuel Equipment for Locomotives and Principles of Application, A. H. Gibbings,
  • Panama Canal, an Engineering I’reati.se, G W. Goethals, 142, 216
  • Raphael Meldola, Reminiscence.s, &e., James Marchant, 26.3
  • Royal Naval Air Service, In the, War Letters of Flight-Lieutenant H. Rosher, 413
  • Stresses in Wire-wrapped Guns and in Gun Carnages, Lieut.-Col. C. L. H. Ruggles 375, 576 ’
  • Trade as a Science, E. J. P. Benn, 59. 239 Typographical Printing Surface.s, L A
  • Legros and J. C. Grant, 352
  • Welfare Work : Employers’ Experiments lor Improving Working Conditions in Factories, E. D. Proud, 217, 306

LITERATURE: Short Notices:

  • Aeroplanes The Design of, A. W. Judge, 329 Carbide of Calcium, Manufacture of C Bingham, 142, 329
  • Forging of Iron and Steel, W. A. Richards, 69 Industrial Gases, including the Liquefaction of Gases, G,. Martin and Others, 142, 307
  • Lathe Design, Construction, and Operation, Oscar E. Perngo, 171
  • Mechanical Handling and Storing of Material, G. F. Zimmer, 217
  • Mineralogy, Elements of, F. Rutley, 171 Pioneer Railway Engineering,* ’ Herbert Chatley, 171
  • Wonder of Work, J. Pennell, 577
  • Work and Wages: The Reward of Labour and the Cost of Work, Earl Brassey, 1916,

LITERATURE: Books Received:

  • Aerodynamique, N. Joukowski, 376
  • Aeronautical Engines, F. ,T. Kean, 280
  • AV in Theory and Practice,
  • \V. Pl. N. James, 280
  • Alternating Currents, Treatise on the Theory
  • of, A. Russell, 142
  • American Civil Engineer’s Pocket Book, 263
  • ' Books Received {continued}:
  • American Petroleum Industry, R. F. Bacon and W. A. Hamor, 413
  • Annual Report of the United States National Mutieum, 1916,'123
  • iVrcliitects and Builders’ Pocket Book, F. E. Kidder,
  • Architectural Building Construction, W. R. Jaggard and F, E. Drury, 142
  • Arithmetic for Engineers, C. B. Clapham, 76
  • Atti Del Coliegio degli Ingegneri Navali, &c., 217
  • Bridge Engineering, J. A. L. Waddell, 280 Britisli and l^oreign Marbles, &c., John Watson, 280
  • British Rainfall, 1916, H. R. Mill and C. Salter, 280
  • Can we Set the World in Order ? C. R. Enock, 280 -
  • Canada the Country of the Q’wentieth Century, Watson Griffen, 217
  • Centrifugal Pumps and Suction Dredgers, E. W. Sargeant, 16
  • Cold Storage and Ice Association, “ Proceedings,” Vol. XXII., 559
  • Conferences de Chimie Minerale, Marcel Guichard, 353 •
  • Contribucion al Estudio de las Ciencias Fisicas y Mateinjiticas, &c., 413, 443
  • Cours d’Hydraulique, J. Grialow, 363
  • Cours de M^canique, Leon Leeornu, 280
  • Directory of Manufacturers, Wholesale Importers and Exporters on the North- Eastern Railway System, 142
  • Dynamo and Motor Attendants and their Machines, F. Broadbent, 280
  • Eclipse or Empire ? H. B. Gray and S. Turner, 375
  • Electrical Engineering, Principles of, G. Kapp, 280
  • Electrical Measurements and Testing Direct and Alternating Currents, C. L. Dawes, 375
  • Electric Railways for the City of Sydney, Proposed, J. 3. C. Bradfield, 59
  • Electric Switch and Controlling Gear, C. C. Garrard, 280
  • Engineers' Costs and Economical Workshop Production, Dempster Smith and P. C. N. Pickworth, 443
  • Excess Profits Duty and Profits of Controlled Establishments, Spicer and Pegler, 413
  • Faults in Electric Light and Power Mains, The Localisation of, F. Charles Raphael, 59
  • French and English Commercial Correspondence, W. Chenob-Maurice and C. Laroche, 142
  • Gas Engine Ignition, E. B. Norris, R. K. Winning and W. C. Weaver, 142
  • Gas, Oil and Petrol Engines, A. Garrard^ Gasworks Directory and Statistics, 17, 443
  • General Cargo : An Introduction to raanship, R. E. Goddard, 443
  • Heat Treatment of Steel, H. Brearley, Hydraulics, R. L. Daugherty, 142 Hydraulics, Practical, Text Book of. J. Park, 59
  • Iron and Steel Institute : Carnegie Scholarship Memoirs, G. C. Lloyd, 443
  • Lektrik Schtunas de Lumiere, W. P. Maycock, 142
  • Machinery’s ” Screw Thread Edgar Allen, 76
  • Manual of Motor Mechanics Efficiency Tuning, L. Mantell, 142
  • Masonry Dam Design, including High Masonry Dams, C. E. Morrison and G. L. Brodie, 263
  • Mathematics, Elementary, for Engineers, E. H. Sprague, 559
  • J.

A.

S. to, T. MINES, of the Mathematics, Practical, for Technical Students, T. S. Usherwoo<l and C. T'rimble, 280

  • Mechanical Drafting, C, B. Howe, 26‘i Mechanical Engineer’s Handbook,
  • Marks, 142
  • Jline Surveying : An Introduction
  • Bryson and G. M. Chambers, 280
  • MINES BRANCH, DEPARTMENT OF OTTAWA, CANADA :
  • Description of the Laboratories Mines Branch, Bulletin No. 13, 16
  • Investigation of a Reported Discovery of Phosphate in Alberta, H. S. de Schmid, Bulletin No. 12, 23
  • Mining Mathematics^—-Senior Course, S. N. Forrest, 676
  • Motor Boat Manual, 142
  • Motor Cycling Manual, 217
  • Munitions of War Acts, John Chartres, 16
  • Naval Architecture, Theoretical, Text-book of, E. L. Attwood, 142
  • Navy League Annual, 1916, R. YerXmrgh, 7G Notions Generales sur les Appareils a Reaction, Paul Popovatz, 375
  • Oilfield Development, A. B. Thompson, 443 Peace, The Coming Crash of, T. C. Elder, 142 Pictures of War Work in England, J. Pennell, 676
  • Portland Cement Industry, W. A. Brown, 443
  • Power Transmission by Leather Belting, R. T. Keat, 559
  • Prismatic Compasses, Manufacture and Te.sting of, F. E. Smith, 142
  • “ Proceedings ” of the British Foundrymen’s Association ; Foundry Trade Journal and Patiernmaker, 15
  • Records of Railway Interest in the War, 217 Roads and Pavements, The Construction of, T. R. Agg, 413
  • Ruler and Compasses, H. P. Hudson, 142
  • Slide Rule, Practical Manual, C. N. Pickworth, 142
  • Spon’s Electrical Pocket-book, W. H. Moles- worth^559
  • Stabilit^^jf Arches, E. H. Sprague, 280
  • Steel, The Physico-chemical Properties of,
  • C. A. Edwards, 69
  • Telegraphy, T. E. Herbert, 413
  • Testing of Tars and Pitches for Roads, J.
  • Hutchinson, 123
  • The Fan, C. H. Innes, 280
  • Theory and Practice of Modern Framed Structures, J. B. Johnson, C. W. Bryan, and F. E. Turneaure, 280
  • Through French Eyes : Britain’s Effort, H.
  • D. Davray, 375
  • Books Received (continued):
  • University of Hong-Kong Calendar, 1910- 1917, 659 . ,
  • University of London, University College, Calendar, 1916-17, 559
  • Value for Rate-making, H. Ek y, 142
  • Walsall Chamber of Commerce "i eai Book, 217
  • LLOYD'S Register—see Ships
  • Locomotive Crane—see Crane
  • Locomotives, British Oil, Ruston, Proctor and Co., Limited, 38, 39
  • Locomotives—-see also Railway Locomotives London County Council Tramways, 58
  • Lord Kelvin's Life and Work, Some Aspects of, Dr. Alexander Russell, 484
  • Louis, Professor H., on Waste in Cool Production, 69
  • McEOCEID, H., on the Select ion of Centrifugal Pumps, 318

MACHINE TOOLS:

  • Aeroplane Propellers, Rotary Shaping Machine for, J. Shorey, 572
  • Electric Tramway Rail Grinding Maclime, Woods-Gilbert Rail Planer Company, 285
  • Horizontal Boring, Facing, and Drilling Machine, Geo. Richards and Co., Limited, 54
  • Multiple Drilling Machine for Motor Sleeve Valves, 300 . . ,
  • Shell Lathe with Automatic Electric Control. Westinghouse Electric and Manufacturing Co., Lifhited, 124
  • Shell Nose Screwing-on Machine, Pollock and Macnab, Limited, 286 .
  • Single Operation versws Automatic Machine Tools, 145 : (Letter), 166
  • MACHINERY for Bleaching, Dyeing, and
  • Printing Cotton Fabrics, 27, 70, 116, 1-0,
  • Machinery, A Clearing House for, 395, 4O.T Malay States, Wolfram from, 495 Malingering, 79
  • Manchester, Royal Agricultural Show at, 4 Manganese Ore, The Supply of, 115 Manganese Ores of the Bukowina, H . K. Scott, 299, 332
  • Manufacture of Drugs—sec Drugs
  • Marble Quarry, Vermont, U.S.A..
  • Power Plant, 308
  • Marine Engines—see Engines
  • Measuring Coal-—see Coal
  • Mechanical Coal Stage at Hull, North-Itasteni Railway, 331 ,
  • Mechanical Engineering in India. Development of, Alfred Chatterton, 36, 44
  • Melting Furnace, White Metal. Momuneter Manufacturing Company, 423
  • Melting Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Mesopotamia, Engineering 1 roblems m. Sir M .
  • Willcocks, 310 , . o IT r v
  • Metals, Power Required in Rolling, t. J.. Davies, 134; (Correction), 197
  • Military Matters—see ^Var, also Ships
  • Milking Machine at Manchester Show, 4, 5 Mineral Production of Canada in 1915, 1/8 Mineral Resources of the British Empire. .».8, 581
  • Mineral Statistics, Gur, 28
  • Minerals and Metals, Proposed Department of, .>85
  • Ministry of Munitions, Assistant Engineers for the, ]>. W. C. Unwin, 513
  • Ministry of Munitions, Changes in Organisation, 233
  • Modern Steam Laundry Machinery, 340
  • Motor Cultivation, C. B. Eisher, 254 , (Lettei). 280

MOTOR VEHICLES AND MOTOR MATTERS:

  • Motor Car Works of Arrol-Johnston, Limited, ' 52,-56 ,
  • Motor Making, Private, Stopped, 413 F Paraffin Vaporiser and Carburettei Daimler Car, Binks’ Appliance, / Repairs to Motor Cars, 573 _
  • Road Surfaces for Motor palh^ 130 Variable-speed Gears- for Motoi Vehicles, R. E. Phillips, 546, 560
  • MOULDING, Sand, Machine, R- A. borough and W. Boyd, 468
  • Electric on a Road Blake-
  • Mowing and Reaping Petrol I vactor foi, ' Wyles’ Motor Idoughs, Inmited, 3-
  • Multiple-jet Ejector Condenser, Morton Ejector Mrurttioir’volunteers, Skilled Men as, 474 Munitions, Cost of, 320 Munitions Factories, 262
  • NATIONAL Physical Laboratory, 53, 8-
  • National Projectiles—see Projectile s:s'*S“ K"‘S3. Dvinins <»»“ S™"'“ *
  • SS zSa. r.™
  • Plants in, 194
  • Niagara Falls, Aerial Ropeway at, 16
  • ?S)lk Oil Shales, W. Forbes-Leshe, 347, 3..1

OBITUARY:

  • Bate, William Henry, 467
  • Blackstone, Edward Christopher, 353
  • Burnett, Robert Harvey, 559
  • Colver, Robert, 513
  • Colville, Archibald, 535
  • Colville, David, 353
  • Davidso/j, Captain James Samuel, 32
  • Doxford, Sir William Theodore, 307
  • Harrison, Charles A. (Portrait), 389
  • McKinney, Robert C., 389
  • McNeill, Bedford, 284
  • Markham, Sir Arthur B., 118
  • Maxim, Sir Hiram S. (Portrait), 480
  • Nowbigging, John Gibson, 389
  • Pilkington, Mr. Herbert, 480
  • Price-Williams, Richard, 263
  • Ramsay, Sir* William, 76
  • Rowe, James, 353
  • Shaw, Colonel John Reginald, 421
  • Thomas, Richard, 307 330
  • Worsdell, Thomas William (Portrait), 15 ; (Letter), 05
  • OIL Burners with Natural Draught, 286
  • Oil Engines—sec Engines
  • Oil Locomotives for Mines, &c., Ruston, Proctor and Co., Limited, 38, 39
  • Ontario, Construction of Camp Borden, 193
  • Optical Surfaces, The Grinding and Polishing of, J. W. French, 443
  • Organisation of the Engineering Industries, 118
  • Organisation of Iron, Steel, Engineering, Shipbuilding, and Allied Industries, 529
  • Organisation of Research, 511
  • Oxy-acetylene Welding, Barimar Limited, 234
  • PAPER, The Art of Coating, 157, 182, 204, 249, 251, ’273, 282 ; (Letter), 348 {Two-page
  • Supplement^ September 1.9Z, 1916)
  • Paper jMill Power Plant, Reorganisation of, 583 Paraffin-electric Set, Direct-coupled, Petters Limited, 584
  • Paraffin for Petrol Engines, Binks’ Appliance, 7
  • Parsons, A. D. C., E. L. Orde, and G. H. Tweddle, on Engineering After the War, 400
  • Past and Future of Industrial Chemistry, 113, 146, 170, 210, 230
  • Patent Law, Overhauling of the, J. W. Gordon, 93
  • Patent Law, the Present, Disadvantages of, W. P. Thompson, 93
  • Patent Laws, The Influence of, upon Industry, W. F. Reid, 93
  • Patent Rights, The Acquisition of, 24, 46, 66, 90, 110, 132, 156, 180, 202, 226, 248, 272, 292, 316, 338, 362, 382, 406,- 430, 452, 476, 500, 523, 544, 568, 590

PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, British:

  • Aeronautic'^, 271, 361, 405, 451, 499, 589 Batteries and Accumulators, 521, 567, 590 Concrete and Cement, 90
  • Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 89, 131, 315. 451, 521, 589
  • Cranes and Conveyors, 201
  • Dynamos and Motors, 45, 65, 89, 155, 179, 201, 225, 271, 315, 361, 405, 451, 521, 589
  • Electric Relays, 499
  • Engines, Internal Combustion, 23, 65, 109,
  • 131, 155, 179, 201, 225, 247, 271, 291. 315, 337, 361, 381, 429, 451, 475, 499, 567, 589
  • Engines, Steam, 567
  • Feed-water Heaters—see Condensers
  • Gas Producers, 543
  • Heating and Lighting, 46, 89, 110, 156, 316, 337, 405, 544, 568
  • Locomotives, 45, 155, 180, 315, 429
  • Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 65, 109, 156, 226, 247. 292, 316, 338, 361, 381, 405, 451, 475, 500, 590
  • Measuring and Testing Appliances, 90, 109,
  • 132, 337
  • Mines and Metals, 24, 338, 429, 452
  • Miscellaneous, 24, 46, 90, 180, 201, 248, 272,
  • 338, 362, 382, 406, 429, 452, 476, 500, 522, 644, 568
  • Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 24, 65, 132, 201, 226, 248, 337, 429, 452
  • Ordnance and Armour, 66, 201, 226, 248, 362, 406, 429,. 521, 543, 567, 590
  • Papermaking Machinery. 46
  • Power—see Transmission
  • * Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 23, 45,131, 156, 225, 271, 291, 337
  • Ships and Boats, 24, 66, 89, 110, 132, 156, 225, 247, 316, 590
  • Steam Generators, 46, 155, 179, 291, 361, 543
  • Switchgear, 89, 131, 180
  • Telegraphs and Telephones, 23, 109, 291, 667
  • Tramways and Railways, 66, 2/1, 381, 476 Transformers, 109, 155, 225, 499 Transmission of Power, 291, 499, 543 Turbine Machinery, 45, 131, 179, 337 Wireless Telegraphy, 65
  • PEACEFUL Inventions, 373
  • Pearlite, Notes on, Professor H. M. Howe
  • A. G. Levy, 299
  • Personal and Business Announcements, no, 226, 292, 336, 360, 380, 428, 460, 498, 620, 542, 566
  • Petrol Scraper Shovel, S. J. Russell, 376
  • Petrol and its Substitutes, 122 ,
  • Petrel Tractor for Mowing and Reaping, VVyles
  • Motor Ploughs, Limited, 32
  • Petrol Tractors and Wagons for Military Trains, Caterpillar, Holt Manufacturing Company, 435 ' . - __
  • Phase zldvancers—see Electrical Meters
  • Phillips, R. E., On VariAble-speed Gears for
  • M:)tor Road Vehicles, 546, 560
  • Photographic Paper—see Paper Photometer, A Simple, C. H. Sharp, 330
  • Pipe Line, The Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie, 147 ;
  • (Letter), 242
  • Pirahv Tunnel in Brazil, 60
  • Piston Cracked Through Overheating, 650
  • Piston Throttle Valve, I.ancaster and Tonge,
  • Limited, 330 . _
  • Pit Shaft Sinking by the Freezing Process, Simon-Carves, Limited, 460, 461 ; (Correction), 494
  • ploughs—see Agricultural Machinery Pneumatic Grain Elevators, Cecil Bentham, 494 Popplewell, W. C., on the Influence of Speed on Endurance Tests, 339
  • Power with By-product Recovery, T, R. Wollaston, 161
  • Power, Electrical—see Electrical Matters Power Factor—see Electrical Matters
  • Power Required in Rolling Metals, C. E. Davies, 134 ; (Correction), 197
  • Pressure Oil Film Lubrication, H. B. New- biggin, 229
  • Pre-war Conditions, 567
  • Printing Cotton Fabrics—see Cotton
  • Production, Increased, Importance of, W. L. Hichens, 17
  • Production, the Premium System, 419
  • Projectile Factory, A National, 47, 67, 78 {Two- page Supplement, July 215^, 1916 ; Two-page Supplement, July 23th, 1916)
  • Projectors, Modern Electric Searchlight, J. H. Johnson, 227, 252
  • Propellers—see Ships

PUMPS:

  • Air Pumps, Experimental Apparatus, Tests, 380
  • Drainage Pumps for Inundation in Holland, The Werkspoor Company, 30, 34
  • High-lift Centrifugal Pump, Holden and Brooke, Limited, 560, 661
  • Pumps for Hops and Fruit Spraying, Drainage, &c., Worthington Pump Company, 4 Selection of Centrifugal Pumps, D. McEoceid, 318
  • Vacuum Pumping Engine for Dairy Work, Worthington Pump Company, 4
  • PURVES, G. T., on The Extraction of Tar Fog from Hot Gas, 93
  • QUEBEC Bridge—see Bridges
  • Question of Indispensable.^, 374
  • RADIO-TELEGRAPH Antenna;, &c.. Calculations of Capacity of, Dr. G. W. O. Howe, 230
  • Radio-telegraphic Investigations by British Association, 239

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: General:

  • Automatic Tipping Railway Wagon, Western Wheeled Scraper Company, 96, 100
  • Daylight Lamp Signals on the Pennsylvania Railroad, 195
  • Disputes and Strikes—see Labour
  • Iron Key for Railway Chairs, J. Williamson and Co., G1
  • Order in Council as to Railways, 560
  • Power Signalling Installation at Flemington, N.S.W., 547, 55G
  • Railway Accident Returns for 1915, (>, 14 ; (Correction), 55
  • Railway Travel Problems, 633
  • Railways and the Government, 249
  • Some Railway Questions, 146
  • Wagons on Railways, Government Order, 650

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: British, Colonial, and Indian :

  • Bletchley Collision, 174; (Letter), 211 British Railways, 297, 463, 571
  • Future of British Railways, 680
  • Great Northern Railway, Composite Brake Carriage, 416
  • India, All-steel Railway Coaches for North- Western Railway, The Leeds Forge Company, 364, 372
  • London, Brighton, and South Coast Railway, Derailment at Crowborough, Report, 32
  • Railways of Ireland, 657, 560
  • Warminster Collision, Great Western Railway, 256, 443

RAILWAYS and RAILWAY MATTERS: Foreign:

  • Electrification on* the Chicago, Milwaukee, and St. Paul Railway, 136, 144, 159, 168
  • Electrification of the Swiss State Railways, Julian Grande, 104
  • French Railways, Winter Service, 1916-1917, 613
  • Misox Railway, S. Berg, 480, 488, 523
  • Pennsylvania Railroad, Daylight Lamp Signals on the, 195 ; (Letter). 584
  • Simplon Tunnel, The Second, 630

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: General:

  • Locomotive Ashpits, 150
  • Locomotives, Steam Storage; Baldwin Locomotive Works, 234
  • Measuring Coal for Locomotives, 171

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: British, Colonial and Indian:

  • Great Eastern Railway Standard Goods Engine, 301
  • London and North-Western Railway, Locomotive Performance on, 343, 433
  • North-Eastern Railway, Plant at Hull for Coaling Locomotives, 326, 331 {Two-page Supplement^ October \^th, 1916)

RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES: Foreign:

  • Cuba, Narrow Gauge Steam Storage Engine, Baldwin Locomotive Works, 234
  • France, Standard Gauge Steam Storage
  • Engine, Baldwin Locomotive Works, 234 French State Railway Locomotives, North
  • British Locomotive Company, 96, 276 : (Letter), 462 {Two- page Supplement,
  • August 1916 ; Two-page Supplement, September 1916)
  • RAND Water—see Water Supply

RANDOM REFLECTIONS:

  • 374, 396, 420, 442, 466, 490, 680 {see special Index)
  • REED, F. W., on Industrial After the War, 345
  • Refractories, Discussion- at Society, 412 512, 534, 558,
  • Considerations
  • the Faraday
  • Reid, W. F., on The Influence, of Patent Laws upon Industry, 93
  • Reinforced Concrete—see Concrete Remington’s Proposed Tunnel, 492
  • Research, Glass, 250—see also Glass Research, Organisation of, 611
  • Research, Scientific and Industrial, 187, 192, 219, 230, 260, 380, 511, 514 ; Letter from Institutes to Advisory Council, 286
  • Research, Scientific, at the Universities, 551
  • Research—see also National Physical Laboratory
  • Reservoirs—see Water Supply
  • Resistance of Submarines and Airships, 237
  • Revolution Counter and Watch Combined, Selson Engineering Company, 425
  • River Sheaf, Covering in the, at Sheffield, 606, 607
  • Riveted Connections—see Ships, &c. Road Surfaces for Motor Traffic, 130
  • Rowan Premium System, 649, 576
  • Rowntree, B. S., on The Human Element in Factories, 441, 443
  • Royal Agricultural Show at Manchester, 4
  • Russell, Dr. A., on Some Aspects of Lord Kelvin’s Life and Work, 484
  • Russian Trade—see Letters to the Editor
  • SADLER, Professor H. C., on Barge Forms, 682
  • Sand Moulding Machine, R. A. Blakeborough and W. Boyd, 468
  • Saw, Steam Tree-felling, A. Ransome and Co., Limited, 104
  • Science for All, 216
  • Science and Industry, 96
  • Science and Industry, British, 67
  • Science Lectures, Popular, Report, 246
  • Science, What Industry Owes to, 478, 606, 554, 670
  • Scientific and Industrial Research, 187, 192, 219, 230, 250, 252, 380, 511, 614; Letter to Advisory Council, 286
  • Scientific Research at the Universities, 551
  • Scott, H. K., on Manganese Ores of the Bukowina, 299, 332
  • Screw Gauge, French, 234
  • Screws, Some Long, H. Brown and Co., 142 ; (Letter), 258
  • Screwing Machines—see Sfachine Tools
  • Searchlight Projectors, Modern Electric, J. H. Johnson, 227, 262, 294
  • Selling Engineer, 506
  • Sewage Disposal Tanks, Vitrified Clay Pipe, Dickey Clay Company, 98
  • Sewage Purifying Plant, 60
  • Sewage Treatment, Activated Sludge, in America, 170
  • Shaft Sinking, Pit, by the Freezing Process, Simon-Carves, Limited, 460, 461 ; (Correction), 494
  • Shafts, The Whirling Speed of, W. M. Wallace, 113, 184, 203
  • Shale Oil Industry, D. R. Steuart, 92
  • Shanghai—see Electrical Matters
  • Shaping Machines—see Machine Tools
  • Sheffield—see River Sheaf
  • Shells, Automatic Elevator for, Ed. Bennis and Co., 423
  • Shells, Machinery for—see Machine Tools

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: General:

  • American Shipbuilding Boom, 307
  • Barge Forms, Professor PI, C. Sadler, 582
  • British Mercantile Shipbuilding, 437, 441
  • Canal and .River Barges, 262
  • Capital Ship—see Naval Matters
  • Development of Shipping Registration, 489
  • Engines—see Engines and Motors
  • Failure of a Copper Steam Pipe on tlie Clan Urquhart, 88
  • Future of Cross-Channel Traffic, 261
  • Future Shipbuilding Demand, 306
  • Instructions to Surveyors by Marine Department, Board of Trade; Formula for Foreign-going Ships, 416
  • Lloyd’s Register Shipbuilding Returns, 141, 437, 441
  • Longitudinal Stresses of Ships, Arthur Liddell, 344
  • Propeller Immersion and Efficiency, 101, 237 ; (Letter), 139
  • Resistance of Submarines and Airships, 237
  • Sperry “Active” Gyroscope for Stabilising
  • Ships, 172 ; (Letter), 211
  • Stabilising Ships by Means of Gyroscopes, 169
  • Train Ferries—see Ferry ,
  • Yield of Riveted Connections in Shipbuilding, A. R. Liddell. 29 i

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Naval Matters:

  • American Naval Programme, 80
  • Battle of Jutland, 35
  • Boy Artificers for the Royal Navy, 66
  • Capital Ship of the Future, 319
  • Light Cruisers in the War, 209
  • Military and Technical Considerations of Battleship Design, R. D. Gatewood, U.S. Navy, 469
  • Oil Burners with Natural Draught, Tests in U.S. Navy, 286
  • Ships of War and Commerce, 216
  • Submarine Cruisers, 6000-Ton, 73
  • The Navy, 79
  • Two Years of Submarine Warfare, 342, 384

SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Foreign Navies:

  • American Naval Expansion, 122
  • American Shipbuilding, 237 Austro-Hungarian Navy, 479
  • German Light Cruisers, The Losses of, 432, 440
  • German Submarine No. 3, 384
  • German Submarines C 5 and Deutschland, 74
  • German Torpedo Craft in the A^'ar, 601 {Four-page Supplement, December Sth, 1916)
  • Italian Dreadnought Leonardo da Vinci, The Sinking of, 239
  • United States Battleship Pennsylvania, 17
  • United States Navy, New Ships for, 301
  • United States Submarine Tender Bushnell, 323

  SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING: Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels:

  • French Atlantic Liner Paris, 610, 614
  • Motor Tank Ship Hamlet, 246
  • Widgeon, Yacht, Gyroscopic Stabiliser on, 169, 172 ; (Letter), 211
  • Winchester, Turbine Steam Yacht, Description and Trial, E. A. Stevens, Jun., 536
  • SHOVEL
  • (missing lines)
  • Some Aspects of Lord Kelvin’s Life and Work Dr. A. Russell, 484
  • South Africa, Irrigation in, 267
  • South America, Trade Openings in, 189
  • Speed Sighting and Wind Deflection in Artillery, Sir George Greenhill, 133
  • Spelter, Cadmium in. Professor Ingalls, 284
  • Spelter Industry, Development of the, E. A. Smith, 284
  • Spiral Riveted Piping, 142
  • Stanton, T. E., on Principle of Similitude in Engineering Design, 356
  • Stead, Dr. J. E., on the Effect of Blast-furnace Gases on Wrought Iron, 404
  • Stead, Dr. J. E., on the Influence of Some Elements on the Mechanical Properties of Steel, 278, 284, 287
  • Stead, Dr. J. E., on Oxidation of Nickel Steel; Reduction of Solid Nickel, &c.; and Disruptive Effect of Carbon Monoxide, &c., 264
  • Steam Engines—see Engines Steam Pipe Failure—see Accidents
  • Steam Trap, J. Baldwin and Co., 355
  • Steel—see Iron and Steel
  • Sterilising—see Water Supply
  • Steuart, D. R., on the Shale Oil Industry, 92
  • Stevens, E. A., Description and Trial of the
  • Turbine Steam Yacht Winchester, 535
  • Stoney, Mr. Gerald, Presidential Address, 206
  • 215 ; (Letters), 242, 258
  • Stresses of Ships—see
  • Ships Strikes—see Labour
  • Submarines—see Ships Subway, New York, William-street Section of the. 111
  • Switchgear— see Electrical Matters
  • TACHEOMETER Readings, Simple Diagram for Reducing, F. R. Freeman, 82
  • Taking Stock of Knowledge, 284—see also Iron and Steel
  • Tamping Machine, Self-propelling, 300
  • Tanks, Vitrified Clay Pipe, for Sewage Disposal, Dickey Clay Company, 98
  • Tar Colour Industry—see British Coal Tar
  • Tar Distillation Industry, Influence of the War upon, W. H. Coleman, 92
  • Tar Fog, Extraction of, from Hot Gas, G. T. Purves, 93 . *
  • Telegraphy—see Radio-telegraphy
  • Tests, Endurance, Influence of Speed on, W. C. Popplewell, 339
  • Tests of a Large Surface Condenser, Willans and Robinson, 399
  • Textile Mills at Ballj’Tnena, 3, 12
  • The Tanks, 467
  • Thermo-couple for Temperature Measurement —see Heat Transmission
  • Thermo-electric Method—see Electrical Matters Thompson, W. P., on the Disadvantages of the Present Patent Law, 93
  • Thrashing Machines—see Agricultural
  • Toronto, Bloor-street Viaduct, 394, 398
  • Tractor, Petrol, for Mowing and Reaping, Wyles’ Motor Ploughs, Limited, 32
  • Tractor, Universal, 20 B.H.P., Saunderson and Mills, 264
  • Tractors and Traction Engines at Manchester Show, Steam and Oil, 4, 6
  • Tractors and Wagons, Caterpillar Petrol, Holt Manufacturing Company, 435
  • Trade, Future of» 51
  • Trade Openings in South America, 189
  • Train Ferries—see Ferry
  • Tramway Rail Grinding Machine, Woods-Gilbert Rail Planer Company, 286
  • Tramways, Edinburgh, 413
  • Tramways, The London County Council, 68
  • Tree Felling by Power, A. Ransome and Co., Limited, 104
  • Tungsten, The Manufacture of, 469
  • Tunnel, The Channel, and other Projects, 388, 422, 431, 467, 492, 502, 526, 554, 569, 579 ; (Letter), 494
  • Tunnel, The Pirahy, in Brazil, 60
  • Tunnel, The Second Simplon, 630
  • Tunnels, Placing Concrete Lining in, by Means of Compressed Air, J. H. MacMichael, 354 “ Turbine ” Furnace for Boilers, 30
  • Turbine, Gas, Detroit Gas Turbine Corporation, 220
  • Tweddell, G. H., on Works Organisation, 506
  • UNIVERSITIES of Liverpool and Manchester,
  • Visits by Journalists, 651
  • Unwin, Dr. W. C., Letter on Behalf of Ministry of Munitions, 613
  • VALVE, Piston Throttle, Lancaster and Tonge, 330
  • Vaporiser and Carburetter, Paraffin, Binks’ Appliance, 7
  • Ventilation in India, 102
  • Viaduct, Bloor-Street, Toronto, 394, 398
  • Volunteers, First London Engineer, 24, 46, 54, 76, 98, 126, 139, 179, 202, 225, 246, 272, 292, 316, 324, 382, 406, 430, 452, 476, 522, 542, 568, 584
  • WAGON, Automatic Tipping Railway,
  • Western Wheeled Scraper Company, 95, 100
  • Wagons—see also Tractors
  • Wall, Edward E., on Efficiency, 494
  • Wallace, W. M., on the Whirling Speed of Shafts, 113, 184, 203

WAR MATERIAL AND WAR MATTERS:

  • Drift in Artillery Fire, Sir George Greenhill, 2
  • Future of Forts, General Berthaut, 409
  • High-angle Fire at Aircraft, Sir George Greenhill, 36
  • Inventors and the War, 242
  • National Projectile Factory, 47, 67, 78 {Two- page Supplement, Jtdy 215Z, 1916 ; Two- page Supplement, Jidy 2^th, 1916)
  • Speed Sighting and Wind Deflection in
  • Artillery, Sir George Greenhill, 133
  • Test for Detonators, C. G. Storm and W. C. Cope, 330
  • Two Years of War, 101
  • War and Current Thoughts, 545
  • Warships—see Ships
  • Women’s War Work at Krupp’s, 15
  • WASHING Machine, Automatic Kotary, Entwisle and Gass, Limited, 583
  • Wastage of Coal—see Coal

WATER SUPPLY:

  • Coolgardie and Kalgoorlie Pipe Line, 147 ; (Letter), 242
  • Deep Well Pumping Plant at the Leathersellers’ Hall, C. Isler and Co., Limited, 148
  • Guayaquil, Water Supply for, 407, 418
  • Liverpool Water Supply, 118
  • London, The Water Supply of, 328
  • Rand, Water Supply of the, 173
  • Sterilising Water Supplies, 327
  • WATKINSON, Professor W. N., on Diesel
  • Engines with Low Compression, 266
  • Welding, Oxy-acetylene, Barimar Limited, 234
  • Welland Ship Canal, Canada, 242
  • What Industry Owes to Science, 478, 505, 654, 570
  • Whirling Speed of Shafts, W. M. Wallace, 113, 184, 203
  • White Metal Melting Furnace, Monometer Manufacturing Co., 423
  • White, Sir William, Memorial to, 73
  • Whittaker, C. M., on the British Coal Tar Colour Industry, &c., 92
  • Wilkins, Lieut. E. T., on Trials on a Diesel Engine, &c., 368, 444, 447
  • Willcocks, Sir W., on Engineering Problems in Mesopotamia, 310
  • William-street Section of the New York Subway, 111
  • Willows for Baskets, Cultivation and Manipulation, W. P. Ellmore, 6
  • Wire Cutter, Steel, Brown Brothers, Limited, 416
  • Wireless Telegraphy—see Radio-telegraph
  • Wolfram from the Malay States, 496
  • Wollaston, T. R., on Power with By-product Recovery, 163
  • Women’s Labour—see also Labour
  • Women’s War Work at Krupp’s, 16
  • Works Organisation—see Selling Engineer

WORKS:

  • Electrical Equipment at Works—see Electrical Matters
  • Johnson and Phillips’ Works at Charlton, 98
  • Motor Car Works of Arrol-Johnston, Limited, 62, 66
  • Munitions Factories, 262
  • Stewarts’ Fishing Net Works, Electrical Plant at, 96
  • Women’s Engineering Works, 37

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