British Industrial History
The Engineer 1922/09/15
From Graces Guide
1922 September 15th PDF
- British Association, (No. I.) Strength of Railway Bridges, p 277.
- Ministry of Transport New Rules.
- Economy in Bridge Design.
- Influence of Rivet Holes.
- British Patent Specifications, p 287.
- Chinese Engineering Notes, p 264.
- Deflection Testing of Locomotive Axles, A. J. Amsler and Co, Switzerland, Engineers, p 279. (Illustrated)
- Editorial, p 275.
- The Cruising Endurance of Submarines.
- Economic Basis of Wages.
- Gennevilliers Electric power Station, (No. II.), p 267 and p 270 - p 272. (Illustrated)
- Iron and Steel Institute, (No. II.), Flow of Steel at Red Heat, by J. H. S. Dickenson, p 265.
- Letters to the Editor, p 281.
- Meuse Lock on the Meuse-Waal Canal, (No. II.), by Dr. L. R. Wentholt, p 261. (Illustrated)
- Nations' Food Exhibition, p 266.
- North Eastern Railway Express Passenger Electric Locomotive, by Sir Vincent Raven, Engineer, p 274 and p 280. (Illustrated)
- Planche Rotary Compressor, by M. R. Planche, p 280. (Illustrated)
- Provincial Letters, p 283.
- Respirators for Railway and Industrial Purposes, p 284.
- Scientific and Industrial Research, (No. I.), p 268.
- Seven Day Journal, The Circuit of Britain Air Race, Disinfecting Liners and other Topics, p 269.
- Thermionic Valves on Public Supply Systems, p 281. (Illustrated)
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