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The Engineer 1918/12/13

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  • Contents, p 511.

Main Subjects

  • Editorial, p 511 - p 512.
    • Civil Aerial Transport.
    • Nationalised Railways.
  • Electrically-Driven Reversing Cogging Mill, p 510 and p 513 - p 515. (Illustrated).
  • Labour Administration No XII, by Edward T. Elbourne, p 504 - p 506.
    • Accidents.
    • Technical Suggestions Committee.
    • Protective Goggles. (Illustrated).
    • Women's Section Avoid Accidents.
  • Lamps for Daylight Signals on Railways, p 520.
  • Letters to The Editor, p 518.
  • Lloyd's Register Shipbuilding Returns, p 518.
  • Ministry of Munitions Orders, p 520 - p 521.
    • Export Prices, Iron and Steel - Pig Iron.
    • List of Steel Prices to Come Into Operation For Home Deliveries on and After Feb 1st 1919.
    • Bar Iron for Home Delivery.
    • Cranes.
    • Motor Engines and Vehicles.
    • Shellac.
    • Relaxation of Priority of Government Work.
  • Naval Notes, p 513.
    • The Leonardo Da Vinci.
    • Passing of The Pre-Dreadnought.
    • Construction in The United States.
    • Battleships and Cruisers.
    • A New French Collier.
  • Problems of Aeroplane Improvement, p 506 - p 507.
  • Pulverised Coal Fuel in an American Smelting Plant, p 520.

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