British Industrial History
The Engineer 1922/09/29
From Graces Guide
1922 September 29th PDF
- Editorial, p 329.
- The Personal Factor in Industry.
- The Brinell Ball Test.
- France and Foreign Trade.
- Electrolytic Methods of Hydrogen Gas Production, by John B. C. Kershaw, p 315. (Illustrated)
- Flood Discharge and the Dimensions of Spillways in India, by George Bransby Williams, p 322. (Illustrated)
- French Engineering Notes, p 341.
- French Suction Gas Lorries, p 332. (Illustrated)
- Fuel Economy, (No. I.), Report of the fuel Economy committee, Before the British Association, p 334.
- Indian Engineering Notes, p 326.
- Institute of Metals, (No. II.), White Metals by Captain J. Cartland, p 319.
- International Railway Congress, (No. II.), Presided over by George Gibbs, p 324.
- Letters to the Editor, p 336.
- Railway Bridges.
- Accurate End Measurement, Henry Baker, of University of Birmingham.
- British Engineers in India.
- Economy in Bridges, Albert S. Spencer.
- Motor Cycle Noises and the Low Audiometer, Professor A. M. Low, p 335. (Illustrated)
- Petroleum Spirit Dock on the Manchester Ship Canal, p 324 - p 326 and p 328. (Illustrated)
- Pipe Line Work at the Gennevilliers Power Station, Aiton and Co, p 336. (Illustrated)
- Provincial Letters, p 337.
- Road Works to Assist Unemployment, p 322.
- Scientific and Industrial Research, (No. III.), p 330.
- Seven Day Journal, Sewage Extensions at Sheffield, The New Cowlyd Dam and other Topics, p 323.
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