British Industrial History
The Engineer 1917/03/09
From Graces Guide
1917 March 09th PDF
- Acquisition of Patent Rights, p 236.
- Atmosperic Engine at Ashton-Under Lyne, Newcomen Engine, p 219. (Illustrated)
- British Patent Specifications, p 235.
- Control of Aluminium Scrap and Swarf in the United Kingdom, p 231.
- Editorial, p 225.
- The Chemical Engineer.
- The Canal Problem.
- Automatic Train Control.
- Random Reflections: Dedications; Charing Cross Bridge; Electric Drivers; Apprentices; Metric Measures.
- Illuminated Chart Table, Kelvin, Bottomley and Baird, p 222. (Illustrated)
- Letters to the Editor, p 230.
- Locomotives of the United Kingdom, by E. L. Ahrons, p 216. (Illustrated)
- Production and Industrial Employment of Vegetable Oils, (No. V.), p 213. (Illustrated)
- Provincial Letters, p 231.
- Railway Collisions at Wigan and Kirtlebridge, London and North Western Railway, Caledonian Railway, p 229.
- Scottish Shale Oil Industry, (No. I.), p 221.
- Training and Work of the Chemical Engineer, by Sir George Beilby, before the Faraday Society, p 219 and p 227.
- Vacuum Brake Improvements, Vacuum Brake Co, p 228. (Illustrated)
- What Industry Owes to Science, (No. IX.) Refractory Materials, p 217.
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