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The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.
The Engineer 1925 Jul-Dec: Miscellaneous Index.

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A

  • ACETYLENE Welding and Cutting, 677
  • Activated Sludge, Treatment of, 247
  • Adamson, Daniel, Design and Construction of Electric Cranes, 461
  • AERONAUTICS :
  • - Aeronautical Research Committee, Report on the Effect of Keyways on the Strength of Shafts, 96
  • - Aeroplane Models : Camera Plastica (for Aerial Survey) ; Duplicate of Aerial Lighthouse ; Miniature Wind Tunnel ; Reid Time Reaction Apparatus, 66
  • - Air Ministry's Exhibits at Wembley, 66
  • - Autogiro Flying Machine, Don Juan de la Cierva, 430
  • - British Marine Aviation, 399, 406
  • - Flying Boat Design, O. E. Simmonds, 287
  • - Melot Propulseur Trompe for Aeroplanes, 301
  • - Progress in Aeronautics, R. V. Southwell, 325
  • AGECROFT Power Station, 329
  • Ahrons, E. L., The British Steam Railway Locomotive from 1825 to 1924, 2, 28; 54. 80, 104, 132, 156, 180, 206, 232, 258, 284, 312, 338, 366, 394, 422, 452, 480, 508, 538, 570, 598, 628; (Letters), 36, 88, 123, 140, 172, 173, 198, 199, 210, 237, 275, 294, 317, 357, 376, 400, 429, 469, 470, 580, 668 ; (Erratum), 481
  • Air Compressing Plant--see also Coal ; also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • Air Compressors, Portable, Reavell and Co., Ltd., 635, 636
  • Air Pollution from the Engineer's Standpoint, John B. C. Kershaw, 168
  • Alcohol from Beet, 527
  • Alcohol for Motor Fuel in the Tropics, 70
  • Alloys--see Institute of Metals
  • Aluminium Alloy Castings, Improving the Properties of, 292
  • American Conveyors, Newspapers, 610, 619
  • Appleton, Professor E. V., on Thermionic Valve Problems, 271 ; also Lecture on Wireless Telegraphy, 271
  • Arc Welding Plant, Two-operator Electric.; Premier Electric Welding Company, Ltd., 550
  • Artificial Light, Effect of, on Fabrics, Experiments, 294
  • Asphalt and Bituminous Macadam Plant, 10-Ton per Hour, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 616, 617
  • Asphalt Macadam Plant, Portable, Roadways Equipment, Ltd., 638
  • ASPHALT MIXERS :
  • - Asphalt Mixing Plant, Davey, Paxman and Co., Ltd., 528 ; (Correction), 656
  • - Asphalt Plant, 8-10-Ton per Hour, Millars' Machinery Company, Ltd., 635
  • - Asphalt, 8-Ton Portable Plant, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 700
  • ASPINALL, Sir John A. F., Some Railway Notes, Old and New, 510
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES:
  • - Association, The British :
  • -- List of Papers, 219
  • -- Meeting in Southampton, 219, 235, 270, 286, 324
  • -- Presidential Address, Professor H. Lamb, 218
  • - SECTION A :
  • -- Thermionic Valve Problems, Professor E. V. Appleton, 271
  • -- Wireless Wave Problems, Dr. R. L. Smith- Rose, 287
  • - SECTION B (CHEMISTRY) :
  • -- Electro-deposited Chromium, E. A. Ollard, 236
  • - SECTIONS B AND G :
  • -- Ignition of Gases, Professor H. B. Dixon, 271
  • - SECTIONS F AND G :
  • -- Modern Ports, Alfred Schofield, 325
  • -- Roadless Traction, Philip Johnson, 324
  • -- Transport Problems, Lieut.-Col. H. T. Tudsbery, 324
  • - SECTION G :
  • -- Fifty Years' Evolution in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Sir Archibald Denny, 219, 221
  • -- Flying Boat Design, O. E. Simmonds, 287
  • -- High Efficiency Steam Installations for Ship Propulsion, Stanley S. Cook, 270
  • -- Quay Walls of Southampton Docks, F. E. Wentworth-Shields, 235
  • -- Scantling Developments in Iron and Steel Merchant Ships, J. Foster King, 235
  • -- Southampton Docks Electrical Supply, H. Wauchope, 270
  • -- Standardisation in Engineering (British Engineering Standards Association), C. le Maistre, 271
  • -- Technical Training for Naval Constructors, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir Robert Dixon, 286
  • -- Value of the Experiment Tank in Relation to Ship and Propeller Design, Edwin R. Mumford, 235
  • -- Wireless Telegraphy Lecture, Professor E. V. Appleton, 271
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued) :
  • - Association, The British (continued):
  • - SECTION L :
  • -- Progress in Aeronautics, R. V. Southwell, 325
  • -- Technical Education, Discussion, 325
  • - Association, Diesel Engine Users':
  • -- Committee's Visit to Electricity Generating Station, 376
  • -- Scottish Shale Industry, Edwin M. Baily, 471
  • -- Working of the Ruston Mechanical Injection Oil Engine, C. O. Milton, 57
  • - Association of Engineers, Manchester :
  • -- Carborundum, F. W. Higgins, 608
  • -- Construction and Maintenance of Electric Overhead Travelling Cranes, Daniel Adamson, 460
  • -- Marine Diesel Engines, James Richardson, 549
  • -- Modern Physics and its Bearing on Engineering Progress, A. P. M. Fleming, 668
  • -- Presidential Address, R. Onions, 412
  • -- Visit to Works of British Helsbv Cables, Ltd., 331
  • - Association of Technical Institutions :
  • -- Summer Meeting at Bournemouth, 56
  • -- Adult and Technical Education, Principal C. Coles, 56
  • -- Technological Student Position, Principal T. H. Hudson, 56
  • -- Training for Management, R. W. Ferguson, 56
  • - Institute, Iron and Steel:
  • -- Autumn Meeting at Birmingham, 111, 262, 290
  • -- Papers, List of and Provisional Programme, 111
  • -- Ancient Iron from Richborough and Folkestone, J. Newton Friend and W. E. Thorneycroft, 291
  • -- Blast-furnace Practice in India, J. L. Keenan, 290
  • -- Davis Steel Wheel, W. R. Martin, 290
  • -- Direct Steel Process for Iron and Steel Production, H. Flodin, 263
  • -- High-frequency Induction Furnaces, D. F. Campbell, 291
  • -- Notched Bar Impact Test, R. H. Greaves and J. A. Jones, 291
  • -- Orientation of Crystals Produced by Heating Strained Iron, Miss C. F. Elam, 291
  • -- Steel Moulding Sands and their Behaviour under High Temperatures, A. L. Curtis, 290
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):
  • - Institute, Iron and Steel (continued):
  • -- Tensile Properties of Single Iron Crystals ; Influence of Crystal Size on Tensile Properties of Iron. Professor C. A. Edwards and L. B. Pfeil, 291
  • - Institute of Marine Engineers :
  • -- Future of the Motor Ship, Lord Inverforth, 470
  • - Institute of Metals :
  • -- Autumn Meeting, Glasgow, 124, 244, 260
  • -- Elections, 244
  • -- Programme, Papers, 124
  • -- Visits to Works, 245
  • -- Alloys of Aluminium, Copper and Zinc, Constitution of, Dr. Marie L. V. Gayler and Dr. Hanson, 260
  • -- Alpha Phase Boundary to the Copper-tin' System, D. Stockdale, 260
  • -- Beta Transformation in Copper-zinc Alloys, Dr. J. L. Haughton and Mr. W. T. Griffiths, 244
  • -- Colloidal Separations in Alloys, Professor J. H. Andrew and Mr. Robert Hay, 245
  • -- Constitution of Alloys of Aluminium, Copper and Zinc, Dr. D. Hanson and Dr. M. L. V. Gayler, 244
  • -- Corrosion of Aluminium Alloys, L. H. Callendar, 260
  • -- Education, Research and Standardisation, Lecture, Sir John Dewrance, 240, 244
  • -- Lead-base Anti-friction Alloy, Professor O. W. Ellis, 260
  • -- List of Papers Not Read, 261
  • -- Physical Properties of the Copper-cadmium Alloys, C. H. M. Jenkins, 245
  • -- Primitive Copper Industry of America, G. B. Phillips, 261
  • -- Properties of Some Aluminium Alloys, Harry Hyman, 260
  • -- Thermal Conductivities of Industrial Nonferrous Alloys, J. W. Donaldson, 244
  • -- Time Factor and Tensile Tests, John Brown, 244
  • -- Zinc-cadmium Alloys as Solders, R. B. Deeley, 245
  • - Institution of Automobile Engineers :
  • -- Presidential Address, The Automobile Engineer, H. Kerr Thomas, 372
  • ASSOCIATIONS, INSTITUTIONS & SOCIETIES (continued):
  • - Institution of Civil Engineers :
  • -- Construction of New Entrance to Tranmere Dock, P. W. Bertlin, 550
  • -- October Examinations, 1925, Pass List (Interim), 593
  • -- Steam Turbine and Condenser Test Codes, 401
  • -- Steel Works Engineering, &c., Presidential Address, Sir W. H. Ellis, 494
  • - LONDON STUDENTSí ASSOCIATION :
  • -- Escalators on the Central London Railway, H. F. Molony, 645
  • - Institution of Electrical Engineers :
  • -- Cost of Distribution, R. A. Chattock, 499
  • -- Dielectric Problems in High-voltage Cables, Percy Dunsheath, 533
  • -- I.E.E. Wiring Regulations. 148
  • -- Marine Wireless Apparatus, Major Bin yon, 524
  • - Institution of Engineers and Shipbuilders in Scotland :
  • -- Marine Spring-loaded Safety Valve, Jubilee, Donald MacNicoll, 621
  • -- Position of British Marine Engineering, A. J. Campbell, 386
  • - Institution, Junior, of Engineers :
  • -- Super-tension Cable Dielectrics, A. J. Tracey, 432
  • - Institution of Mechanical Engineers :
  • -- Applications of Research to Modern Foundry Practice, J. E. Fletcher, 667, 703
  • -- Australia and New Zealand, Presidential Address, Sir Vincent L. Raven, 466
  • -- Awards to Graduatesí Sections, 623
  • -- Cast Iron and Modern Engineering Practice, J. G. Pearce, 667
  • -- Characteristics and Uses of Ground Gears, H. F. L. Orcutt, 585, 589, 618
  • -- Newcastle-upon-Tyne Summer Meeting, 10, 40
  • -- Outline Programme, 10
  • -- Centenary of the Locomotive, Presidential Address, 40
  • -- George Stephenson Fund, 41
  • -- Three-cylinder High-pressure Locomotive, H. N. Gresley, 41, 46, 58
  • -- Visits to Numerous Works, andc., 41
  • - NORTH-WESTERN SECTION :
  • -- Annual Dinner, 691
  • -- Characteristics and Uses of Ground Gears, H. F. L. Orcutt, 676
  • -- Visit to the Humber Portland Cement Works, 33
  • - Institution of Municipal and County Engineers :
  • - AFRICAN SECTION :
  • -- Durban Water Supply, W. M. Campbell, 701
  • - Institution, North-East Coast, of Engineers and Shipbuilders :
  • -- Shipbuilding Position, Presidential Address, Sir Eustace H. Tennyson d'Eyncourt, 426
  • - Institution of Production Engineers :
  • -- Presidential Address R. H. Hutchinson, 427
  • - Institution, Royal :
  • -- Faraday as a Chemist, Sir William J. Pope, 162, 195
  • -- Lectures, One Hundredth Christmas Series, Other Courses before Easter, 671
  • - Society, American, of Naval Architects and Marine Engineers :
  • -- General Meeting and List of Papers, 438
  • - Society, Newcomen :
  • -- Ironmaking in the Forest of Dean, Rhys Jenkins, 575
  • -- Summer Meeting at Gloucester, 18
  • -- Visits to the Forest of Dean, Tin-plate Works, Scowles Iron Ore Workings, Speech House, Stroud Valley, Thames and Severn Canal, andc., 18, 19
  • AUSTRALIA and Young Engineers, 465, 466
  • Automobile Engineer, H. Kerr Thomas, 372
  • Averages and Mean Values, 143 ; (Letter), 171

B

  • BAILY, Edwin M., Scottish Shale Industry, 471
  • Baker, G. S., Frictional Resistance of Ships, 207, 484
  • Baker, G. S., Papers at Technical Societies, 67
  • Band Saw and a Planing Machine, A. Ransome and Co., Ltd., 304
  • Band Saw Relieving Device, John T. Pickles, 10
  • Beardmore-Blake Oil-fired Boiler, Test of, 224
  • Bearings, Plain v. Roller, for Tramcars, 701
  • Bengal Smoke Nuisances Commission, 164
  • Bertlin, Percy W., Construction of New Entrance to Tranmere Dock, 550
  • Binyon, Major, Marine Wireless Apparatus, 524
  • Bituminous Macadam—see Asphalt Blast-furnaces—see Iron and Steel
  • Bobbin—see Textile
  • Boiler Equipment at the Hell Gate Power Station, New York, John B. C. Kershaw, 670, 674
  • Boiler Firing in a Paper Mill, Pulverised Fuel for, 292
  • Boiler Plates, The Cracking of, 554
  • Boilers, Experiments on Strains in, C. E. Stromeyer, 649
  • Boilers, High-pressure, 270
  • Boilers, Stresses in, 611
  • Boilers—see also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • Books of Reference, 95
  • Boring Machines-—see Machine Tools
  • Bottle-making Machine, British, Francis Red¬fern, 395 (Two-page Supplement, October 16th, 1925)
  • Brass Strip-—see Rolling Mill
  • Brazil and its Motor Cars, 201
  • Bridge, New Road, Erecting, over the Mahaweli Ganga, Ceylon, 56, 64
  • Bridges, Girder—see British Standard
  • Briggs-—see Railways
  • Briquetting of Sawdust and Wood Shavings, 483
  • BRITISH ENGINEERING STANDARDS ASSOCIATION :
  • - Seventh Annual General Meeting, 96
  • - Specifications :
  • -- Brass Bars and Soft Solders, 71
  • -- British Standard Voltages, 702
  • -- Cast Iron Filter Plates and Frames, 111
  • -- Ebonite for Radio Reception, 702
  • -- Hard-drawn Aluminium and Steel-cored Aluminium Conductors, 588
  • -- Portable Photometers, 462
  • -- Portland Cement, 386
  • -- Roller Chains and Chain Wheels, 266
  • -- Series of New Specifications, 646
  • -- Tungsten Filament Lamps, 580
  • - STANDARDISATION in Engineering, C. Le Maistre, 271
  • - Standardisation Rules for Electrical Machinery, 677
  • - Unit Loadings for Railway and Highway Bridges, 10
  • BRITISH Industry, Problem of, Sir Wm. Peter Rylands, 608
  • British Locomotives--see Railway Locomotives
  • British Machine Tools for Abroad, 274
  • British Marine Engineering, Position of, A. J. Campbell, 386
  • British Rainfall, 1924, 580
  • British Standard Specification for Girder Bridges, 4
  • Broadcasting--see Wireless
  • Buchi, Alfred, Diesel Engines and Hydroelectric Power Stations, 120, 146

C

  • CAMERON, Alexander, Manufacture of Condenser and Locomotive Tubes, 250
  • Campbell. A. J., on the Position of British Marine Engineering, 386
  • Campbell, D. F., High-frequency Induction Furnaces, 291
  • Canal, El, do Castilla, 340
  • Carborundum, F. W. Higgins, 608
  • Cardboard Box Machine, M. C. Ritchie, Ltd., 94
  • Carding--see Textile
  • Carr, Francis H., Scientific Basis of Industry, 644
  • Cast Iron Plates--see British Engineering Standards
  • Catalogues, 23, 49, 99, 127, 151, 175, 204, 227, 307, 361, 417, 447, 565, 684, 707
  • Ceylon, Erecting a New Road Bridge in, 56, 64
  • Chain Drive, 440 H.P., Hans Renold, Ltd., 374
  • Chemical Industry, French Congress of, 371, 385
  • Chester, Royal Agricultural Society's Show at, 34, flO
  • China, Motor Transport in, 376
  • China, Road-making in, 693
  • Chinese Problem, Professor C. A. Middleton Smith and Peking Correspondent, 300
  • Chromium, Electro-deposited, E. A. Ollard, 236
  • Civil Research, 65
  • Cleansing Work, Public--see Public Works Congress
  • COAL, COKE AND COLLIERIES :
  • - Coal-handling Equipment, New Type, Fraser and. Chalmers Engineering Works, 140
  • - Colliery Compressed Air Transmission Scheme, 238, 242, 261, 268
  • - Explosions, Coal Dust, in Mines, 222
  • - Locomotive Coal Trials on the Southern Railway, H. Holcroft, 658
  • - McEwen-Runge Low-temperature Coal Carbonisation System, 249
  • COMBINED Rotary Cement Kiln and Clinker Cooler, F. L. Smidth and Co., Ltd., 124
  • Compressors--see Air Compressors
  • Concrete Block-making Machine, The "R.V." Block Maker ; Concrete Mixers : the "Positive," "Featherweight" and "Welterweight," with Boom Attachment, Ransome Machinery Co. (1920), Ltd., 586
  • Concrete Mixer, 4L "Jaeger," "Millars" Machinery Company, Ltd., 635
  • Concrete Test Cylinders, 164
  • Condenser and Locomotive Tubes, Manufacture of, Alexander Cameron, 250
  • Congress of Industrial Chemistry, French, 371, 385
  • Congress, Public Works and Transport, 540, 577, 606--see also Exhibitions
  • Contracts, 23, 52, 78, 102, 130, 178, 204, 227, 256, 282, 310, 361, 392, 420, 450. 475, 500, 533, 596, 623, 656, 684
  • Conveyors, Newspaper, 610, 619
  • Cook, Stanley S., High Efficiency Steam Installations for Ship Propulsion, 270
  • Copenhagen, Projected Bridge to Connect, with the Island of Amager, Estimates Under Consideration, 294
  • Copper--see also Institute of Metals
  • Couplers, Railway--see Railways
  • Cranes--see also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • Crane, 15-Ton Electric Gantry, Bedford Engineering Company, 443
  • Crane Essentials--see Standardisation of
  • Crane Navvy, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 588
  • Crane, 50-Ton Titan Steam, Stothert and Pitt, Ltd., 552, 561
  • Crane, Underhung Travelling Jib, for Kilindini, Vaughan Crane Company, Ltd., 648
  • Cranes, Electric, Design and Construction of, Daniel, Adamson, 460
  • Cranes, 4-Ton Electric Level Luffing Wharf, Alex. Chaplin and Co., Ltd., 277
  • Cream Separator, Belt-driven, Cream Separator, Electrically Driven, Watson, Laidlaw and Co., Ltd., 35
  • Crushing and Screening Plant and Improved Block and Slab Making, Mixing and other Machines, Millars' Machinery Company, Ltd., 635
  • Cupola Design, Notes on, 144 ; (Letters), 173, 210
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels, 24, 50, 76, 100, 128, 152, 176, 202, 228, 254, 280, 308, 334, 362, 390, 418, 448, 476, 504, 534, 566, 594, 624. 654, 682, 708
  • Curtis A. L., Steel Moulding Sands, Behaviour Under High Temperatures, 290
  • Czecho-Slovakia, 347
  • Czecho-Slovak Delegation, 329

D

  • DAM Disaster in North Wales, 496
  • Dam, Sennar, on the Blue Nile, 16, 17 (Two-page Supplement, July 3rd, 1925)
  • Dam, Wilson, at Muscle Shoals, Alabama, 8, 9, 12, 29, 38, 68, 82
  • Damming the Karawau River, New Zealand 356
  • Daventry-—see Wireless
  • Dawson, Sir Philip, and Professor Parker- Smith on Main Line Railway Electrification, 182, 208, 341, 423
  • Demarcation-—see Ships
  • Denny, Sir Archibald, Fifty Years’ Evolution in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, 219, 221
  • Dewrance, Sir John, Education, Research and Standardisation, 240, 244
  • d’Eyncourt, Sir Eustace H. Tennyson, Ship¬building Position, 426
  • Diesel-electric Rail Cars—see Railways
  • Diesel Engines-—see Engines
  • Digby, W. P., Vibration Caused by Traffic, 356
  • Dixon, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir Robert, Technical Training for Naval Constructors, 286
  • Dixon, Professor H. B., Ignition of Gases, 271
  • Dock, New Graving, at Sunderland, 111
  • Dockyards, Royal, 167
  • Drac-Romanche Water Power Undertaking, 692, 696
  • Drainage Plants Driven by Internal Combustion Engines, 562
  • Drilling Machines-—see Machine Tools
  • Dunsheath, Percy, Dielectric Problems in High- voltage Cables, 533

E

  • EDGECOMBE, F. T., Measured Mile Trials, 548 Education, Research and Standardisation, Lecture, Sir John Dewrance, 240, 244
  • Educational Intelligence, 75, 130, 310, 333, 364, 475, 596, 653, 681
  • Edwards, Professor C. A., and Mr. L. B. Pfeil, on Crystal Size and Tensile Strength of Iron, 291
  • Egyptian Government Workshops, 315, 322
  • Elam, Miss C. F., Orientation of Crystals Produced by Heating Strained Iron, 291
  • ELECTRICAL MATTERS :
  • - See also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • - Accumulator, An Improved, Tungstone Accumulator Company, 647
  • - Agecroft Power Station, 329
  • - Auto-transformer Starter, British Thomson- Houston Company, Ltd., 411
  • - Boiler Equipment, Turbo-generators, andc., at the Hell Gate Power Station, 670, 674
  • - Change-over of Electric Supply, 88
  • - Commercial Vehicles, Electric, at Olympia, 457, 485, 512--see also Exhibitions
  • - Commutators, 100,000-Volt Transverter, 369
  • - Converting Plant, 672
  • - Cost of Distribution, R. A. Chattock, 499
  • - Dielectric Problems in High-voltage Cables, Percy Dunsheath, 533
  • - Diesel Engines and Hydro-electric Power Stations, Alfred Buchi, 120, 146
  • - Electric Vehicles--see Motor Cars and Motor Vehicles : also Omnibus
  • - Electricity Supply, 612
  • - Excavator, Large, Electrical Equipment for, British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 488, 527
  • - Fifty-cycle Electricity Supply, 465
  • - Frequency, 91
  • - Generators, 25-Kilowatt, for Steam Generating Sets at Littleton, Lancashire Dynamo and Motor Company, Ltd., 471
  • - I.E.E. Wiring Regulations, 148
  • - International Conference on High-tension Electric Supply, 92
  • - Locomotives, Electric--see also Railway Locomotives
  • - Mines, Electric Locomotives for, Prize Award, 294
  • - Motors, 2600 H.P., for a Paper Pulp Mill, Crompton and Co., Ltd., 95
  • - Oil Engine Generator Set, Parsons Motor Company, Ltd., and Brush Electrical Company, Ltd., 72
  • - Oil Engine Plant for Peak Loads, Sulzer Brothers, 95
  • - Old-established Electrical Works, Johnson and Phillips, 1875, 43
  • - Osborne (Adelaide) Power Station and Transmission System, 133, 142, 158, 166
  • - Power and Heating Unit, Beiliss and Morcom, 374
  • - Power-house and Equipment at Muscle Shoals, Alabama, 8, 9, 12, 29, 38, 68, 82
  • - Railways, Electric--see Railways
  • - Rectifiers, 84, 107, 138, 161, 185 220, 233, 264, 287, 318, 346, 368
  • - Ribble Power Station, 96
  • - Rugby Wireless Station Equipment, Lighting, Auxiliaries, andc., 82 (Two-page Supplement, July 24th, 1925)--see also Wireless Telegraphy
  • - Six-phase Transformer Core, 368
  • - Southampton Docks Electric Supply, H. Wauchope, 270
  • - Super-tension Cable Dielectrics, A. J. Tracey, 432
  • - Supervisory Control of Automatic Substations, Metropolitan-Vickers Electrical Company, Ltd., 412
  • - Thornhill Power Station, Yorkshire Electric Power Company, 32
  • - Turbo-generator at Bradford Electricity Works, 547
  • - Winnipeg Power Plant, Successful, Howden- Zoelly Turbines and C. A. Parsons and Co. Alternators, 62
  • ELLIS, Sir W. H., Steel Works Engineering, Colliery Engineering, &c., 493, 494
  • Energy from the Sunís Heat, 314
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS:
  • - See also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • - Air Compressing, Independent, Set, National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 35
  • ENGINES AND MOTORS (continued):
  • - Beardmore All-steel Quick-running Oil Engine, 345
  • - Cold-starting, 35 B.H.P. Oil Engine, Tangyes Ltd., 34
  • - Crossley-Kegresse Lorry Engine, 459
  • - Diesel Engines and Hydro-electric Power Stations, Alfred Buchi, 120, 146
  • - Double-acting Four-cycle Marine Oil Engines for the Motor Liner Gripsholm, Burmeister and Wain, 579, 614, 634, 640 (Two-page Supplement, December 4th, 1925)
  • - Fuel Injection Arrangements, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 34
  • - Internal Combustion Engines for Drainage Pumps, Campbell Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 562
  • - Jacob Perkins and his Steam Engines, C. R. K., 6
  • - Marine Diesel Engines, J. Richardson, 549
  • - Marshall Oil Engine, 150 H.P., for Deep Well Pumping, 296, 302
  • - Motor Car Engines :
  • -- Six-cylinder, 18 H.P. and 30 H.P. ; Four- cylinder, 14 H.P., Armstrong-Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 383
  • -- Six-cylinder Monobloc ; Four-cylinder (3- Litre), Bentley Motors, Ltd., 382, 383
  • -- Six-cylinder, 18-50 Monobloc, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 383. 384
  • -- Vauxhall Single Sleeve Valve 25-70 H.P. Engine, 403
  • -- Wolseley Four-cylinder AC8 and E4 Engines, 402
  • - Motor Vehicle, Commercial, Engines :
  • -- Atkinson Uniflow Steam Engine for Wagon, and Vertical Boiler, 513
  • -- Dorman Engines, New, 512
  • -- “Guy” Engine Features, 512
  • -- Michell Crankless Engine, Crankless Engines, Ltd., 487
  • -- Radial Engine of “Autovan,” Scammell, 515
  • -- Six-cylinder 50 H.P. Engine, Karrier, 513
  • -- Tractor, Six-cylinder 100 H.P. “G.B./6” Engine, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 485
  • - OIL Engine Generator Set, Parsons Motor Company, Ltd., and Brush Electrical Company, Ltd., 72
  • - Oil Engine, 50 B.H.P., and Petrol-paraffin Engine, 24 B.H.P., Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 34
  • - Oil Engine Plant (Diesel-electric) for Peak Loads, Sulzer Brothers, 95
  • - Paraffin-petrol Launch, Paraffin-petrol 5-Ton Locomotive, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 676
  • - Parkeston Mail Motor Ship, Four-stroke Cycle Single-acting Engines, New Type, 170, 190, 194
  • - 5V Petrol or Paraffin Engine and Wallwin Pump ; 5V Petrol or Paraffin Engine, Direct-coupled Lighting Set; Cold-starting Oil Engine, National Gas Engine Company, Ltd., 34, 35
  • - Portable Oil Engine, 20-22 B.H.P., Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 582, 588
  • - Portable Petrol Engine, R. A. Lister and Co., Ltd., 60
  • - Solid Injection Oil Engine, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., 57
  • - Supercharging, 39; (Letter), 171
  • - Triple-expansion Forced Lubrication Engine, Drawing of, Belliss and Morcom, 374
  • ENGINEERS—-see Young
  • Enrichment of Coal Gas by Oil, Fuel Research Board’s Report, 442
  • Escalators-—see Railways
  • Excavator, Large, Electrically Operated, Ruston and Hornsby, Ltd., and British Thomson- Houston Company, Ltd., 488, 525
  • EXHIBITIONS :
  • - Commercial Vehicle Show, 457, 485, 512
  • - Exhibition of Automobile Inventions, 10
  • - International Fair at Salonica, 164
  • - Motor Show, 382, 402, 438
  • - Paris Exhibition, 118
  • - Physical and Optical Societies’ Exhibition, 653
  • - Public Works, Roads and Transport Exhibition, 500, 586, 616, 635, 675
  • - Railway Centenary Exhibition at the Science Museum, 409 ; (Paragraph), 463
  • - Royal Agricultural Society’s Show at Chester, 34, 60
  • - Smithfield Club Show, 643
  • - Textile Machinery Exhibition, 374, 410
  • - Wembley, Air Ministry’s Exhibits at, 66
  • - Wireless Exhibition at Moscow, 164
  • - Wireless Exhibition at the Royal Albert Hall, 302
  • - Wireless Exhibition at the Royal Horticultural Hall, 409
  • EXPANSION Curves, 339

F

  • FAIRS--see Exhibitions
  • Faraday as a Chemist, Sir Wm. J. Pope, 162, 195
  • Farm Engineering, 379
  • Faverdale, Railway Relics at, 157
  • Fiegehen, Edward G., Standardisation of Crane Essentials, 600
  • Filter, Air-intake, Austin, 512
  • Filter, Stream-line, for Lubricating Oil, Stream- Line Filter Company, Ltd., 348
  • Fire-engine, Motor, and 250-300-gallon Pump, Martin Cultivator Company, Ltd., 62
  • Fletcher, J. E., Some Applications of Research to Modern Foundry Practice, 667, 703
  • Flodin, H., Direct Steel Process for Iron and Steel Production, 263
  • Floods, The 1924, in Madras Presidency, 124
  • Flume, Semi-circular Metal, 326
  • Flying Machines--see Aeronautics
  • Foreign Patents, 412
  • Forthcoming Engagements, 26, 52, 78, 102, 154, 178, 204, 230, 256, 282, 310, 336, 364, 392, 420, 450, 478, 506, 536, 568, 596, 626, 656, 684, 710
  • Foundry Practice, Applications of Research to J. E. Fletcher, 667, 703
  • FRENCH ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - 25, 51, 77, 101, 129, 152; 177, 203, 229,.255, 281, 309, 335, 363, 391, 419, 449. 477. 505, 535, 567, 595, 625, 655, 683, 709 ; (Correction), 349
  • - Airships, 335
  • - Alcohol, 203
  • - Anthracite, 477
  • - Apprenticeship Tax, 101
  • - Art and Industry, 535
  • - Automatic Brakes, 255
  • - Aviation, 203
  • - Aviation Engines, 625
  • - Batignolles Tunnel, 391
  • - Belgian Strike, 255
  • - British Coal, 281
  • - Canal Haulage, 77
  • - Carbonising Plants, 683
  • - Coal Production, 281, 655
  • - Coal Trade, 505
  • - Coal Trouble, 153
  • - Colliery Industry, 567
  • - Commercial Seaplanes, 101
  • - Commercial Treaties, 51
  • - Competition Abroad, 363
  • - Cruiser Duquesne, 709
  • - Drac Barrage, 505
  • - Dubious Situation, 77
  • - Eight Hours' Day, 229
  • - Engineer's Status, 595
  • - Engineering Contracts, 625
  • - Export Trade, 477
  • - Export Valuations, 391
  • - Flood Protection, 153, 535
  • - Foreign Trade, 229, 335, 449, 709
  • - French Trade Returns, 101
  • - French View of British Crisis, 101
  • - Future of Motor Fuels, 309
  • - German Reparations, 177
  • - Gliders, 177
  • - Higher Prices, 229
  • - Import Duties, 255
  • - Industrial Chemistry, 419
  • - Industrial Credit, 709
  • - Inflating Exports, 709
  • - Inland Waterways, 535
  • - International Airways, 391
  • - Iron and Steel Activity, 683
  • - Iron and Steel Agreements, 625
  • - Iron and Steel Production, 505
  • - Iron and Steel Trades, 449
  • - Locomotives and Wagons, 177
  • - Machine Tools, 77, 449
  • - Machinery Trade, 683
  • - Marseilles Harbour Extensions, 595
  • - Mediterranean Tunnel, 477
  • - Metal Imports, 567
  • - Miners' Wages, 129, 363, 391
  • - Motor Cars, 335
  • - Motor Fuels, 25
  • - Motor Trade, 419
  • - Moving Platforms, 595
  • - National Economies, 203
  • - Naval Construction, 77
  • - Naval Manoeuvres, 51
  • - Neon Stroboscope, 505
  • - New Lighthouse, 419
  • - Oil Wells, 281
  • - Paris Traffic, 391
  • - Paris Water Supply, 25, 363
  • - Port of Paris, 567
  • - Port of Strasburg, 129
  • - Prices and Wages, 51
  • - Production Costs, 363
  • - Public Works, 655
  • - Rail Convention, 51
  • - Railway Catastrophes, 153, 203, 281
  • - Railway Coaches, 255
  • - Railway Improvements, 309
  • - Railway Rates, 625
  • - Railway Reforms, 229
  • - Road Materials, 625
  • - Rolling Stock, 25
  • - Russian Trade, 683
  • - Scrap Iron Exports, 449
  • - Seaplane Trials, 281
  • - Situation, The, 535
  • - Stabilisation, 177
  • - Suction Gas Vehicles, 335, 477
  • - Taxes and Trade, 655
  • - Trade Expansion, 129
  • - Trade Impediments, 567
  • - Trade Position, 25
  • - Traffic and Freights, 655
  • - Transatlantic Flight, 255
  • - Trans-Pyrenean Railways, 683
  • - West African Railways, 595
  • - World's Trade Inquiry, 309
  • FRICTIONAL Resistance of Ships, G. S. Baker, 207, 484
  • Friend, J. Newton, and W. E. Thorneycroft, Ancient Iron from Richborough and Folkestone, 291
  • Fuel Research Board's Report, Enrichment of Coal Gas by Oil, 442

H

  • HACKWORTH, Timothy, and Shildon, 634
  • Hadfield, Sir Robert, Address at French Congress of Chemical Industry, 371, 385
  • Head Lamp, Electric or Acetylene, Allen- Liversidge, Ltd., 383
  • Heatless Combustion, 352 : (Letters), 376, 400, 401, 428, 470, 490, 523, 546, 613, 646, 691
  • Higgins, F. W., Carborundum, 608
  • High Efficiency-—see Ships
  • High-frequency Induction Furnaces, D. F. Campbell, 291
  • High-pressure Steam, Use of, 697
  • Holcroft, H., Locomotive Coal Trials on the Southern Railway, 658
  • House Refuse Self-propelling Vehicle, Tuke and Bell, Ltd., 676
  • Houston, Sir Alexander, on Extended Use of Rivers for Domestic Water, 577
  • Hydraulic Turbines for New Zealand, Gilbert Gilkes and Co., Ltd., 223
  • Hydro-electric Development at the Muscle Shoals, Alabama, 8, 9, 12, 29, 38, 68, 82
  • Hydro-electric Installation for a Scottish Colliery, James Gordon and Co., Ltd., 492, 497
  • Hydro-electric Power Stations, Diesel Engines and, Alfred Buchi, 120, 146
  • Hydro-electric Scheme for Palestine, 301
  • Hydro-electric Works, Lake Truzzo, 181
  • Hydro-mechanical Transmission Gear, H. Schneider, Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works, 86, 90
  • Hydro-pneumatic Pumps-—see Pumps

I

  • ILLUMINATING Niagara Falls, 124
  • Impurities, 39
  • Indicators, andc.--see also Instruments in Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • Inductances--see Wireless
  • Institutions--see Associations
  • Internal Combustion Engines--see Engines
  • International Conference, Electric--see Electrical Matters
  • International Harvester Company, Self-loading and Tipping Trailer, 35, 36
  • International Railways--see Railways
  • International Road Congress, The Fifth, 73
  • Inverforth, Lord, The Future of the Motor Ship, 470
  • IRON AND STEEL :
  • - See also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • - Ancient Iron from Richborough and Folkestone, J. Newton Friend and W. E. Thorneycroft, 291
  • - Applications of Research to Modern Foundry Practice, J. E. Fletcher, 667
  • - Blast-furnace Practice in India, J. L. Keenan, 290
  • - Cast Iron and Modern Engineering Practice, J. G. Pearce, 667
  • - Cast Iron Plates--see British Engineering Standards
  • - Crystal Size and Tensile Strength of Iron, Professor C. A. Edwards and Mr. L. B. Pfeil, 291
  • - Davis Steel Wheel, W. R. Martin, 290
  • - Direct Steel Process for Iron and Steel Production, H. Flodin, 263
  • - Electro-deposited Chromium, E. A. Ollard, 236
  • - German Iron and Steel Production, 408
  • - Germany, Finished Steel Production in, 429
  • - Ironmaking in the Forest of Dean, Rhys Jenkins, 575
  • - Notched Bar Impact Test, R. H. Greaves and J. A. Jones, 291
  • - Orientation of Crystals Produced by Heating Strained Iron, Miss C. F. Elam, 291
  • - "Perlit" Cast Iron, 317
  • - Permanent Moulds for Cast Iron, 327
  • - Plating of Chromium on Steel, George M. Enos, 188
  • - Production of Iron and Steel, 67
  • - Russian Iron and Steel Production, 1924-5, 547
  • - Special Iron for Motor Cars, 438
  • - Steel Moulding Sands, A. L. Curtis, 290
  • - Steel Works Engineering, Sir W. H. Ellis, 493. 494
  • IRRIGATION Scheme, The Gezira, 211, 216, 217

J

  • JACOB Perkins and His Steam Engines, C. R. K., 6
  • Jenkins, Rhys, Ironmaking in the Forest of Dean, 575
  • Johnson, Philip, Roadless Traction, 324
  • Juvenile Employment, 263

K

  • KEENAN, J. L., Blast-furnace Practice in India, 290
  • Kershaw, John B. C., Air Pollution from the Engineer's Standpoint, 168
  • Kershaw, John B. C., Boiler Equipment at the Hell Gate Power Station, 670, 674
  • Keyways, Effect of--see Aeronautical Research
  • King, J. Foster, Scantling Developments in Iron and Steel Merchant Ships, 235

L

  • LABOUR NEWS :
  • - Labour Troubles in China, Professor C. A. Middleton Smith, 300
  • - Unemployment, 13
  • LAKE Truzzo Hydro-electric Works, 181
  • Lathes--see Machine Tools
  • Launches and Trial Trips, 23, 49, 75, 99, 127, 154, 178, 204, 230, 307, 333, 361, 417, 475, 499, 533, 681
  • LEADERS :
  • - American Locomotive Developments, 553
  • - Australia and Young Engineers, 466
  • - Averages and Mean Values, 143
  • - Century of Railways, 323
  • LEADERS (continued):
  • - Civil Research, 65
  • - Compound Locomotives, 118
  • - Converting Plant, 672
  • - Cracking of Boiler Plates, 554
  • - Demarcation and Hours in Shipyards, 435
  • - Electricity Supply, 612
  • - Farm Engineering, 379
  • - Fifty-cycle Electricity Supply, 465
  • - French Naval Renaissance, 407
  • - Frequency, 91
  • - Future of the Battle-cruiser, 671
  • - Future of Low-temperature Carbonisation, 493
  • - Ground Gearing, 584
  • - Heatless Combustion, 352
  • - High-pressure Boilers, 270
  • - Impurities, 39
  • - Irrigation in the Sudan, 217
  • - Liquid Fuels of the Future, 91
  • - Locomotive Boilers and Steam Pressures, 244
  • - Locomotive Feed Heating, 193
  • - Natural Alloys, 522
  • - Naval Engineers, 641
  • - Naval Programme, 117
  • - Navy and the Nation, 521
  • - “Nelsons” of the Navy, 351
  • - New Battleships, 214
  • - Plight of the Shipbuilding Industry, 191
  • - Porosity, 436
  • - Problem of the Submarine, 583
  • - Railway Accidents, 243
  • - Rational Calorific Values, 380
  • - Royal Dockyards, 167
  • - Shipyard Agreement, A, 697
  • - Some Shipbuilding Conditions, 408
  • - Specialisation, 13
  • - Status of Naval Engineers, 585
  • - Steam Locomotive, 641
  • - Strength, 144
  • - Stresses in Boilers, 611
  • - Study of Failures, 298
  • - Supercharging, 39
  • - Three-cylinder Locomotives, 65
  • - Training of Engineers, 493
  • - Unemployment, 13
  • - Use of High-pressure Steam, 697
  • - Utilisation of Research, 168
  • - Warships of the Future, 269
  • - Words, 297
  • LEGISLATION and Industry, T. G. Otley, 148
  • LETTERS FROM OUR OWN CORRESPONDENTS :
  • - England, North of, 22, 48, 74, 99, 126, 150, 174, 200, 227, 252, 278, 306, 332, 360, 388, 416, 446. 474, 502, 532, 564, 592, 622, 652, 680, 706
  • - Lancashire, 21, 47, 73, 98, 126, 149, 173, 199, 226, 251, 277, 305, 331, 359, 387, 389, 415, 445, 473, 501, 531, 563, 591. 621, 651, 679, 705
  • - Midlands and Staffordshire, 21, 47, 73, 97, 125, 149, 173, 199, 225, 251, 277, 305, 331, 359, 387, 415, 445, 473, 501, 531, 563, 591, 621, 651, 679, 705
  • - Scotland, 23, 49, 75, 99, 127, 151, 175, 201, 227, 253, 279, 307, 333, 361, 389, 417, 447, 474, 503, 533, 565, 593, 623, 652, 681, 707
  • - Sheffield, 22, 48, 74, 98, 126, 150, 174, 200, 226, 252, 278, 306, 332, 360, 388, 416, 446, 474, 502, 532, 564, 592, 622, 652, 680, 706
  • - Wales and Adjoining Counties, 23, 49, 75, 99, 127, 151, 175, 201, 227, 253, 279, 307, 333, 361, 389, 417, 447, 475, 503, 533, 565, 593, 623, 653, 681, 707
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR :
  • - “Armstrong” Class—see G.W.R. Locomotives
  • - Averages and Mean Values, T. Mohn. 171 Battleships and the Shipbuilding Crisis, Arthur Hoare, 294
  • - Briggs’ Railway Collection, Writer of the Article, 199
  • - British Front-coupled Tender Locomotives with Large Wheels, E. L. Ahrons, 123; F. W.Brewer, 123, 173
  • - British Railway Stations and Station Approaches, A. A. Buss, 668
  • - British Steam Locomotive from 1825 to 1924, F. W. Brewer, 140, 199, 210, 317, 376 ; E. L. Ahrons, 140, 237, 400
  • - Bromley Singles, G.E.R., F. W. Brewer, 88, 123 ; E. L. Ahrons, 123
  • - Business Situation in England, F. W. Dean, 469
  • - Canterbury and Whitstable Tunnel, J. G. H. Warren, 88
  • - Catalogues for Australia, W. R. Hebble- white, 376
  • - Chemical and Combustion Engineering, E. Kilburn Scott, 668
  • - Compound Locomotives, A. J. Brewer. 140 199 ; Chas. W. Dauncey, 172, 210, 294, 376, 490, 646 ; R. Axon, 23 7 317 ; W. B. Thompson, 275 ; Progress. 317, 357, 401 ;

F. W. Brewer, 470, 523, 545, 613, 668 ; Compound, 613 : E. L. Ahrons, 400, 429, 469 ; R. C., 429, 545, 613, 646

  • - Congestion and Redistribution of Population, M. Macdonald, 647
  • - Continental Steel Pipes for South Africa, Perrin’s Ltd., 237
  • - Cupola Design, A. Fleming Browne, 173 : Writer of the Article, 210
  • - Difficulties of Overseas Inventors, Overseas 470
  • - Does Railway Electrification Pay ? D. G. M., 37
  • - Double-bogie Tenders, F. W. Brewer, 691 Drilling Glass, John D. Troup, 429
  • - Drilling and Riveting Three-joist Stanchions, H. A., 490
  • - Dry-weather Flows, Eric Crewdson, 62 ; Alfred A. Barnes, 88
  • - Early Locomotive Bogies—see Locomotives with Bogies
  • - Empire Patent, S. P. Christie, 546
  • - Engineers and Salesmanship, J. C., 357 ; Auriga, 357 ; Stormproof, 376 ; Burton, Griffiths and Co., 470
  • - Flexible Valve Gear, C. F. Dendy Marshall, 210
  • - French Naval Renaissance, Compagnie Electro-Mecanique, 647 ; and Note
  • - Future of the Airship, S. P. Christie, 275
  • - G.W.R. Locomotives, F. W. Brewer, 317, 429
  • LETTERS TO THE EDITOR (continued):
  • - Heatless Combustion, W. T. David, 376 ; W. J. Walker, 4C0, 470, 523, 613, 691 ; B. Pochobradsky, 428, 490, 546, 646, 691 ; J. F. Alcock, 401 ; W. A. Tookey, 428
  • - Increasing Production, Harry Adams, 36; H. Alexander, 62
  • - Lima Locomotive, F. W. Brewer, 580 ; R. C., 613
  • - Locomotion No. 1, S. and D. Railway, 275
  • - Locomotive Boilers and Steam Pressures, F. W. Brewer, 294, 357, 401 ; Steam Loco., 317, 357 ; H. A. Stenning, 357
  • - Locomotive Superheating, F. W. Brewer, 647
  • - Locomotive Wheel Diameters, M. Barry, 580; E. L. Ahrons, 580
  • - Locomotives with Bogies, Jas. Dunlop, 123, 172, 199, 237 ; J. G. H. Warren, 172, 210 ; E. L. Ahrons, 198
  • - Low-temperature Carbonisation, David Brownlie, 613 ; H. L. Pirie, 647
  • - Motor Converters v. Rotary Converters, G. Wuthrich, 469, 546 ; Robt. G. Jakeman, 523
  • - Oil from Coal, M.I. Mech. E., 199
  • - Ramsbottom Piston Rings, Wm. Hy. Robson, 275
  • - Riveting Stresses in Boiler Plates, R. C. Kirkwood, 294
  • - Scratch Hardness Tests, A. E. Crisp, 123
  • - Screw Propellers, C. W. Dyson, 19
  • - Simplification (Standardisation) in Industry, A. Williams Price, 123
  • - Status of Naval Engineers,M.I. Mech. E., 613
  • - Steam Pressure--see Locomotive Boilers
  • - Storage of Coal, H. W. Watts, 19
  • - Supercharging in Internal Combustion Engines, Alfred Buchi, 171
  • - Superheat--see Locomotive Boilers
  • - Three-cylinder Locomotives, H. N. Gresley, 123
  • - Variable Blast Pipes and other Matters, Wm. Hy. Robson, 36
  • - Webb's "Precedents," A. J. Brewer, 36 ; E. L. Ahrons, 36
  • - Webb's Three-cylinder Compound Locomotives, "Dreadnought" Class, F. W. Brewer, 210 ; E. L. Ahrons, 237
  • LIBRARIES, Special, Association of, 328, 354
  • Liquid Fuels of the Future, 91
  • LITERATURE :
  • - Reviews :
  • -- Ban und Betrieb Moderner Konvcrter- Stahlwerke Kleinbessemereien, Hubert Hermanns, 245, 380
  • -- Brassey's Naval and Shipping Annual, 1926, 672
  • -- Colliery Working and Management, H. F. Bulman and Sir R. A. S. Redmayne, 673, 698
  • -- Conversion of Coal into Oils, Franz Fischer, 298
  • -- Design of Railway Location, Clement C. Williams, 432
  • -- Electrical Engineer's Data Books, 299, 699
  • -- Fair Winds and Foul, Frederick Perry, 219, 299
  • -- Health and Environment, Leonard Hill and Argyll Campbell, 192
  • -- History of Engineering, A. P. M. Fleming and H. J. Brocklehurst, 554, 699
  • -- Jane's Fighting Ships, 1925, 642, 673
  • -- Mechanical Inventions of Leonardo da Vinci, Ivor B. Hart, 146
  • -- Metalliferous Mine Surveying, F. "Winiberg, 245, 467
  • -- Motor Ships, A. C. Hardy, 193, 699
  • -- Primer of Costing, R. J. H. Ryall, 245, 325
  • -- Practical Water Power Engineering, William T. Taylor, 299
  • -- Resistance of Express Trains, C. F. Dendy- Marshall, 219
  • -- Romance of Navigation, Captain W. B. Whall, 642
  • -- Time Standardisation of Workshop Operations, T. Pilkington, 15, 192
  • - Short Notices :
  • -- Akershus Elektricitetsverk og Utbygningcn av Raanaasfoss Kraftverk, 15, 93
  • -- Architectural Practice and Procedure, Hamilton H. Turner, 93
  • -- Catalogue of British Scientific and Technical Books, 119
  • -- Chemical Engineering Library, 699
  • -- Compressed Air and its Machinery, T. H. Plummer, 169
  • -- Copper, N. E. Crump, 432, 642
  • -- Cost of Freight Transport by Railway, F. W. Rogerson, 554
  • -- Directory of Commodity Specifications, 1925, 554
  • -- Electrical Industry in France, 299
  • -- Electricity and the Structure of Matter, L. Southerns, 299
  • -- Fluid Motion, An Introduction to, W. N. Bond, 93
  • -- Geological Maps, A. Nelson, 245, 401
  • -- Journal of the Institute of Metals, 219
  • -- Les Mecanismes, G. Hartmann, 554, 642
  • -- Lubricating Oils, Fats and Greases, G. H. Hurst, 554, 699
  • -- Manner der Technik, Conrad Matschoss, 15, 169
  • -- Marine Engineering Repairs, Engineer-Captain F. J. Drover, 93
  • -- Mechanism of the Car, A. W. Judge, 325, 467
  • -- Modern Practice in Steam Condensing Plants, A. R. Wright, 169, 219
  • -- Periodicities in Climatic and Economic Phenomena and their Co-variation, Axel F. Enstrom, 119
  • -- Phases of Modern Science, 219
  • -- Principles of Machine Design, C. Norman. 673, 699
  • -- Principles of Sound Signalling, M. D. Hart and W. Whateley Smith, 380, 554
  • -- Saw Doctor's Handbook, 353, 642
  • -- Scientific Paradoxes and Problems, A. S. E. Ackermann, 432, 467
  • -- Steam Boilers, R. D. Munro and G. Ness, 299
  • -- Steam Power Plant Engineering, G. F. Gebhardt, 119
  • -- Summation of Series, L. B. W. Jolley, 401
  • -- Technical Plumbing and Sanitary Science, S. Barlow Bennett, 554, 699

LITERATURE {continued):

  • - Books Received :
  • -- Aden Port Trust, Report, 1924-1925, 219
  • -- A.E.G. Progress, Berlin, 146
  • -- All the World's Aircraft, 1925, C. C. Grey, 219
  • -- Aluminium Overhead Conductors, 263
  • -- American Society of Civil Engineers, "Proceedings," 219
  • -- American Society for Testing Materials, Tentative Standards, 554
  • -- Annales des Ponts et Chaussees, 245, 401
  • -- Annales des Travaux Publics de Belgique, 673
  • -- Annali dei I.avori Pubblici gia Giornale del Genio Civile, 15, 146, 219, 586
  • -- Annual Report of the City Engineer of the City of Providence, R.I.. 1924, 146
  • -- Applied Mechanics, Delft, "Proceedings" of the First International Congress for, 554
  • -- Aprovechamiento de las Energias Naturales, Juan G. Blanco, 353
  • -- Arithmetic for Engineers, C. B. Clapham, 432
  • -- Atmospheric Pollution, Advisory Committee Report, 93
  • -- Austria, Report on the Commercial and Financial Conditions in, O. S. Phillpotts, 554
  • -- Autoclaves and High-pressure Work, Harold Goodwin, 15
  • -- Bats, Mosquitoes and Dollars, Dr. C. A. R. Campbell, 554
  • -- Behind the Counter, W. H. Beable, 554
  • -- Blacks and Pitches, H. M. Langton, 193
  • -- Bradford Technical College, Prospectus, 219
  • -- British Wire Drawing and Wire Working Machinery, H. Dunell, 245
  • -- Busk, E. T., A Pioneer in Flight, Mary Busk, 673
  • -- Calculations for Steel-frame Structures, W. C. Cocking, 93
  • -- Calendar, 1925ó6, Royal Technical College, Glasgow, 263
  • -- Carnegie Scholarship Memoirs, Vol. XIV., 353
  • -- Case Against Nationalising the Banks, O. R. Hobson, 245
  • -- Cellulose Ester Varnishes, F. Sproxton, 193
  • -- Chemistry of Drying Oils, R. S. Morrell and H. R. Wood, 673
  • -- Chemistry of Power Plant, W. M. Miles, 432
  • -- China Architects' and Builders' Compendium, 586
  • -- City and Guilds of London Institute, Department of Technology, Programme, 325
  • -- City of Providence, Annual Report, 219
  • -- Combustion, Theory and Practice of, J. E. Lister and C. Harman-Harris, 15
  • -- Commercial Credit Risks, A. H. Swain, 93
  • -- Concrete, Plain and Reinforced, Vol. I., F. W. Taylor and Others, 642
  • -- Confessions of a Capitalist, Sir E. J. P. Benn, 401
  • -- Continued Education in London, A Guide to, 432
  • -- County Borough of Salford : Borough Electrical Engineer's Report, 1925, 245
  • -- Crystal Age, W. H. Hudson, 299
  • -- Das Deutsche Patentrecht, Dr. F. Damme and R. Lutter, 673
  • -- Department of Overseas Trade :
  • -- Economic and Financial Conditions in the British West Indies, Report, J. L. Wilson Goode, 586
  • -- Economic and Financial Conditions in Germany, Report, J. W. F. Thelwall, 642
  • -- Economic Situation in xAngola, Report, A. B. Hutcheon, 642
  • -- Egypt, Economic and Financial Situation, Report, E. Homan Mulock, 263
  • -- Esthonia, Report, March, 1925, H. M. Grove, 245
  • -- Serb-Croat-Slovene Kingdom (Jugo-Slovia) Report, Capt. Murray Harvey, April, 1925, 219
  • -- Trade of Syria, Report, H. E. Satow, 219
  • -- Deterioration of Structures of Timber, Metal, and Concrete Exposed to Action of Sea Water, Report of Committee, Institution of Civil Engineers, 219
  • -- Die Olfeuerung, Bruno Schulz, 586
  • -- Die Wasserkraftnutzung in Oesterreich und Geographische Grundlagen, Bartel Granigg, 219
  • -- Distillation in Practice, C. Elliott, 15
  • -- Elastische Flatten, Br. Dr.-Ing. A. Nadai, 15
  • -- Electrical Precipitation, Sir Oliver Lodge, 219
  • -- Electricity Supply, 1920-1923, 15
  • -- Elementary Hydraulics, F. W. Meddaugh, 193
  • -- Empire Cotton Growing Corporation, Memorandum by Mechanical Transport Sub- Committee, 554
  • -- Empire Forestry Journal, andc., Fraser Story, 263
  • -- Erection of Engineering Structures and Plant, H. Atkin, 554
  • -- Experimental Investigation into Repetitive Work, Isabel Burnett, 219
  • -- Field Engineering, H. Chapin Ives, 325
  • -- Fourier's Theorem and Harmonic Analysis, A. Eagle, 353
  • -- Fuel Economy and Smoke Prevention, J. B. C. Kershaw, 219
  • -- Future, The, A. M. Low, 15
  • -- Gas and Oil Engines, Running and Maintenance, P. S. Caldwell, 325
  • -- Geshichte des Eisens, Dr. Otto Johannsen, 325
  • -- Gold Coast Railway, 193
  • -- Grundlagen und Neuere Fortschritte der Zahnraderzeugung, Karl Kutzbach, 93
  • -- Grundsatze fur die bauliche Durchbildung eiserner Eisenbahnbriicken, 432
  • -- Grundzuge der technischen Wirtschafts-, Verwaltungs-, und Verkehrslehre, 93
  • -- Handbook on Boilermaking, Kenneth Morrison, 245
  • -- Handbook of Cussonsí Capstan Block Apparatus for Mechanics, 586
  • -- Handbook of Engineering Mathematics, W. E. Wynne and W. Spraragen, 93
  • -- High-tension Line Practice, E. V. Pannell, 353
  • -- High Vacuum Surface Condensers, O. T. McHutchison, 642
  • -- Hornby Book of Trains, 554
  • -- How to Judge the Prospects of New Railways, Lieut.-Colonel L. E. Hopkins, 401
  • -- Hutte des Ingenieurs Taschenbuch, Vol. I., 673
  • -- Hydro-electric Power Commission of Province of Ontario, Report, 263
  • LITERATURE (continued):
  • - Books Received (continued):
  • -- I Collettori Bassi Delle Fogne di Roma, andc., Giampelino Corsetti, 15
  • -- Index to the "Transaction" of the Institution of Naval Architects, 1905-1925, 586
  • -- Induction Motor, Herbert Vickers, 146
  • -- Industrial Administration, Introduction to, John Lee, 673
  • -- Industrial Applications of Coal Tar Products, H. M. Bunbury and A. Davidson, 263
  • -- Inorganic and Theoretical Chemistry, Vol. VI., J. W. Mellor, 673
  • -- Institute of Marine Engineers, "Transactions," 219
  • -- Internal Combustion Engineering, Telford Petrie, 380
  • -- International Review of the Science and Practice of Agriculture, 219
  • -- Jahrbuch der Brennkrafttechnischen Gesellschaft E.V., Vol. V., 1924, 673
  • -- Jamsetji Nusserwanji Tata, Life of, F. R. Harris, 401
  • -- Japanese Journal of Engineering, Abstracts, 219, 432
  • -- Jointless (Magnesium Oxychloride) Floors, P. W. Barnett and B. Bakewell, 401
  • -- Journal of the Boston Society of Engineers, 93
  • -- Journal of the Bradford Engineering Societv, 1923-1924, 586
  • -- Journal of the Franklin Institute, 245
  • -- Journal of the Iron and Steel Institute, Vol. CXI., G. C. Lloyd, 380
  • -- Journal of the Junior Institution of Engineers, 432
  • -- Laboratory Experiments for the Engineering Student, Part I., H. Threlfall, 554
  • -- Laymen and the New Architecture, 325
  • -- Library Catalogue, Junior Institution of Engineers, 245
  • -- Loads on Highway Bridges, Report of Committee, 245
  • -- Loughborough College Calendar, 1925-1926, 193
  • -- Machinists' and Draftsmen's Handbook, Peder Lobben, 93
  • -- Manual of Electrical Undertakings, 1924-1925, 642
  • -- Marine Diesel Engines, J. W. M. Sothern, 642
  • -- Measurement of Humidity in Closed Spaces, Report, Food Investigation Board, 642
  • -- Mechanical Testing of Materials, W. M. Crossman, 554
  • -- Mechanical World Year Book, 1926, 673
  • -- Memoires et Compte Rendu des Travaux de la Societe des Ingenieurs Civils de France, 219, 401
  • -- Mercury-arc Rectifiers and Mercury-vapour Lamps, J. A. Fleming, 245
  • -- Metallurgie du Cuivre et Alliages de Cuivre, M. Altmayer and Leon Guillet, 15
  • -- Metallurgy and its Influence on Modern Progress, Sir R. A. Hadfield, 673
  • -- Michigan College of Mines Year Book, 1924-5, 245
  • -- Ministry of Public Works Annual Report, 1921-22, Cairo, 401
  • -- Modern Railway Signalling, M. G. Tweedie and T. S. Lascelles, 673
  • -- Molesworth's Pocket Book of Engineering Formulae, Sir G. L. Molesworth, 554
  • -- Municipal College of Technology, Manchester, Prospectus, 299
  • -- Nachschlagebuch der Nachschlagewerke fur die Wirtschaftspraxis, Dr. Paul Heile, 380
  • -- National Directory of Commodity Specifications, 1925, 432
  • -- National Physical Laboratory, Collected Researches, 401
  • -- Neuere Methoden zur Statik der Rahmentragwerke, A. Strassner, 586
  • -- Oilfield Exploration and Development, Vol. I. and Vol. IL, 673
  • -- On the Road, W. H. Beable, 401
  • -- Operating Engineer's Catechism of Steam Engineering, M. H. Gornston, 93
  • -- Oscillographs, J. T. Irwin, 193
  • -- Persia, Trade and Industry of, Report, 299
  • -- Photo-electricity, H. A. Allen, 353
  • -- Physical Metallography, E. Heyn and M. A. Grossmann, 673
  • -- Physical Science, An Introduction to, Ivor B. Hart, 401
  • -- Pitman's Electrical Educator, Part I., J. A. Fleming, 380
  • -- Plastic Magnesia, O. C. Ralston and Others, 673
  • -- Polytechnic, Prospectuses of School of Engineering and Courses in Electrical Engineering, 245
  • -- Practical Electrical Engineering-Direct Currents, H. G. Cisin, 93
  • -- Practical Road Engineering, H. E. Goldsmith, 673
  • -- "Proceedings" of American Society of Civil Engineers, 1925, 263, 299
  • -- "Proceedings" of the Chemical Engineering Group of the Society of Chemical Industry, 193
  • -- "Proceedings" of the Fourth International Congress of Refrigeration, 673
  • -- "Proceedings" of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, 93, 353
  • -- "Proceedings" of the Institution of Railway Signal Engineers, 1925, 554
  • -- "Proceedings" of Rugby Engineering Society, 299
  • -- "Proceedings" of the South Wales Institute of Engineers, 325, 586
  • -- Processes of Flour Manufacture, P. A. Amos, 586
  • -- Public and its Utilities, W. G. Raymond, 263
  • -- Punch Almanack, 1926, 586
  • -- Pyrometry of Exhaust Temperatures of Internal Combustion Engines, Charles E. Foster, 146
  • -- Questions in Machine Construction and Drawing, W. Bentley, 586
  • -- Rahmen Formein, Dr.-Ing. A. Kleinlogel, 219
  • -- Rand Water Board Report, 219
  • -- Reibung und Schmierung im Maschinenbau, Dr.-Ing. L. Gumbel and Dr. E. Everting, 93
  • -- Reinforced Concrete Dams, E. J. Harris, 245
  • -- Reinforced Concrete, Elementary Guide to, A. Lakeman, 245
  • -- Reinforced Concrete in Practice, A. A. H. Scott, 219
  • -- Relativity, Sir Oliver Lodge, 15
  • -- Release of Internal Stress in Brass Tubing, R. J. Anderson and E. G. Fahlman, 219
  • LITERATURE (continued):
  • - Books Received (continued):
  • -- Resistance of Materials, F. B. Seely, 263
  • -- Sewage Purification and Disposal, G. B. Kershaw, 93
  • -- Sierra Leone Railway, Report, 1924, 219
  • -- South American Handbook, 1926, 673
  • -- South Wales and Monmouthshire School of Mines, Calendar, 219
  • -- Statik der Boden Konstruktion, Dr.-Ing. W. Schilling, 673
  • -- Steam and Hot Water Heating and Ventilation, Practical, A. G. King, 263
  • -- Strength and Elasticity of Materials, E. P. Coston, 245
  • -- Strength of Materials, J. Case, 401
  • -- Strength of Materials, E. R. Maurer and M. O. Withey, 263
  • -- Structural Drafting and the Design of Details, C. T. Bishop, 263
  • -- Structure of Light, Sir J. J. Thomson, 219
  • -- Studies of Curing Concrete in a Semi-arid Climate, Harrison F. Gonnerman and C. L. McKesson, 586
  • -- Studies in Repetitive Work, S. Wyatt and J. A. Fraser, 673
  • -- Surface Machinery and Methods for Oil Well Pumping, H. C. George, 15
  • -- Surface Water Supply of Canada, Arctic and Western Hudson Bay Drainage, andc., 1922-23, 380
  • -- Swansea Exchange Annual Report, 1923-24, 401
  • -- Tables Annuelles Internationales de Constants et Donnees Numeriques, 15
  • -- Tables and Charts, Giving Values of Xn, A. D. Browne, 401
  • -- Talks About Wireless, Sir Oliver Lodge, 325
  • -- Technical Education : Its Development and Aims, C. T. Mills, 673
  • -- Technology Reports of Tohoku Imperial University, 219
  • -- The Ironmonger Pocket Book, 554
  • -- Theory of Measurements, L. Tuttle and J. Satterley, 380
  • -- Theory of Structures, H. W. Coultas, 673
  • -- Tonnage Measurements, A. Van Driel, 401
  • -- "Transactions" of the Institution of Chemical Engineers, 380
  • -- "Transactions" of the Institution of Civil Engineers of Ireland, Vol. I., 586
  • -- "Transactions" of the Institution of Engineers, Australia, 93
  • -- "Transactions" of Institution of Naval Architects, R. W. Dana, 401
  • -- Turbines Hydrauliques, A. Rateau and Others, 673
  • -- Turning Moments of Conductive Dielectric Ellipsoids, andc., Tetsutaro Miyazaki, 245
  • -- University College of South Wales, andc., Joint Diploma in Coal Mining, 219
  • -- University of London Faculty of Engineering, Prospectus, 325
  • -- University of London, University College, Calendar, 432
  • -- Volatile Solvents and Thinners, Noel Heaton, 673
  • -- Wasserkraft-Jahrbuch, 1924, 353
  • -- Wassermessungen bei Wasserkraft anlagen, Dr.-Ing. L. A. Att, 673
  • -- Wire Drawing and the Cold Working of Steel, A. T. Adam, 325
  • -- Wireless Time Signals for the Use of Surveyors, A. R. Hinks, 401
  • -- Words and Idioms, L. Pearsall Smith, 299
  • LLOYD'S Register--see Ships
  • Locomotive, 10 H.P. Petrol, "Planet," Kent Construction and Engineering Company, Ltd., 586, 587
  • Locomotives, Electric, for Mine<; Prize Award, 294
  • Locomotives--see also Railway Locomotives
  • Looms--see Textile
  • Lorry, Steam, 6-Ton, Fodens, Ltd., 644
  • Lorry--see also Motor Vehicles and also Electrical Matters
  • Low-temperature Carbonisation, Future of, 493 ; (Letters), 613, 647

M

  • McEWEN-RUNGE Low-temperature Coal Carbonisation System, 249
  • MACHINE TOOLS :
  • - Auto-lathe, Belt-driven, with 10 H.P. Electric Motor, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 384
  • - British Machine Tools for Abroad, 274
  • - Duplex Wheel Centre Boring and Turning Lathe, Joshua Buckton and Co., Ltd., 330
  • - High-speed Lathe, Smith, Barker and Will- son, Ltd., 171
  • - Hydraulic Flanging Press for Australia, Fielding and Platt, Ltd., 468, 469
  • - Radial Drilling Machine and other Tools for Garages, andc., Drummond Brothers, Ltd., 384
  • - Plate Edge Planing Machine, Large, Smith Brothers and Co. (Glasgow), Ltd., 700
  • - Spiral Bevel Gear Planing, The Rath, 112
  • MACNICOLL, Donald, Jubilee of the Marine Spring-loaded Safety Valve, 621
  • Madagascar Water Power Project, F. Reynier, 461
  • Madras--see Floods
  • Magnetos, Various, "Fabroil" Gears and "Fabrolite," British Thomson-Houston Company, Ltd., 384
  • Manufacture of Condenser and Locomotive Tubes, Alexander Cameron, 250
  • Marine Engines--see Engines
  • Marine Spring-loaded Safety Valve, Jubilee of, Donald MacNicoll, 621
  • Marine Wireless--see Wireless
  • Martin, W. R., on the Davis Steel Wheel, 290
  • Measured Milo Trials, F. T. Edgecombe, 548
  • Memorial to the Late Sir Corbet Woodall, 88
  • Metals, Papers on --see Associations, Institute of Metals
  • Milton, C. O., Working of the Ruston Mechanical Injection Oil Engine, 57
  • Mines, Electric Locomotives for, Prize Award, 294
  • Mixersósee Asphalt
  • Modern Foundry Practice--see Foundry
  • Modern Ports, Alfred Schofield, 325
  • Mole Tile Draining and Tile Drain Ramming Machines, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 61
  • Motor Car Engines--see Engines
  • MOTOR CARS AT OLYMPIA :
  • - Characteristics, 382, 402, 438
  • - Motor Cars :
  • -- All-steel Citroen, 383
  • -- Six-cylinder and Four-cylinder, Armstrong Siddeley Motors, Ltd., 383
  • -- Six-cylinder and Four-cylinder, Bentley Motors, Ltd., 382, 383
  • -- Six-cylinder and Four-cylinder, Crossley Brothers, Ltd., 383, 384
  • -- Large Saloon 16-55 H.P. Chassis, Daimler, 404
  • -- Six-cylinder Chassis, Darracq, 438
  • -- Eight-cylinder and Six-cylinder Cars, Sunbeam Motor Car Company, 438
  • -- Vauxhall 25-70 H.P. Chassis, 403
  • -- Six-cylinder American Sleeve Valve with Novel Lubrication System, Willys- Knight, 404
  • -- 16-35 H.P. Light Saloon, Wolseley, Ltd., 383, 402
  • -- Motor Cars, Patented Cast Iron for, E. T. White and Co., Ltd., 438
  • -- Garage Equipment, Breakdown Truck, Garage Repair Ramp, Mann, Egerton and Co., Ltd., 439
  • -- Power Transmission :
  • -- Helicoid Starter Gear, C. A. Vandervell and Co., 439
  • -- "Superflex" Shaft Coupling, Simms Motor Units, Ltd., 439
  • MOTOR Parts and Engines--see also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • Motor Tractor Demonstration, 522
  • MOTOR VEHICLES, COMMERCIAL:
  • - 457, 485, 512óFor Engines see Engines
  • - A.E.C. Covered-top Omnibus Chassis, "Ramillies," 457, 458, 459
  • - Albion Thirty-seater Omnibus, 460
  • - Atkinson Uniflow Steam Wagon, 513
  • - Austin Three-speed Tractor, Air Intake Filter, 512
  • - Crossley-Kegresse Lorry, 459
  • - "C" Type and "O" Type Electric Vehicles, Richard Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 459
  • - "Esco" Simplex Wheels, Electric Steel Castings Company, 457
  • - Fifty-two-seater "Leviathan" Omnibus, Leyland Motors, Ltd., 487
  • - Four-cylinder and Six-cylinder Halley Passenger Chassis, 487
  • - Karrier Six wheel Chassis, 512
  • - Lancia "Pentaiota" Chassis, 457
  • - Maudslay Saloon Coach, Thirty-seater, 487
  • - Petrol-driven Fuel Oil Wagon, Pumping, Karrier Motors, Ltd., 487
  • - Scammell Radial-engined Lorry, 515
  • - "Sentinel" Steam Wagons, 457
  • - Sixty-seater "Bristol" Omnibus Chassis, 460
  • - Thornycroft Four-wheel-drive Tractor, 485 (Two-page Supplement, November 6th, 1925)
  • - Wagon, Steam Tipping, Yorkshire Patent Steam Wagon Company, 486, 487
  • MOULDS--see Iron
  • Mowing Machine, Blackstone and Co.,Ltd., 644
  • Mowing Machine Knife-operating Mechanism, Blackstone and Co., Ltd., 61
  • Mumford, Edwin R., Value of the Experiment Tank, andc., 235

N

  • NATURAL Alloys, 522
  • Naval Matters--see Ships
  • Navigation Congress, Date and Programme Arranged, 373
  • Newcomen Society--see Associations
  • Newspaper Conveyors, American, 610, 619
  • Niagara Falls, Illuminating, 124

O

  • OBITUARY :
  • - Barnaby, Sidney Walker, 214
  • - Barnes, John Frederick Evelyn, 85
  • - Bates, Herbert, 438
  • - Bewlay, Hubert, 237
  • - Garfield, Joseph, 237
  • - Halliwell, R. F., 408
  • - Johnson, Brigadier-General R. Marr, 554
  • - Morley, H. W., 612
  • - Myers, William, 673
  • - Sankey, Captain H. Riall (Portrait), 381
  • - Wainwright, Harry Smith, 324
  • - Widdowson, John Henry, 612
  • OIL Engines--see Engines
  • Oil Fuel Burner, Filma Oil Burners, Ltd., 304
  • Ollard, E. A., Electro-deposited Chromium, 236
  • Omnibus, Electric Trolley, Richard Garrett and Sons, Ltd., 196 ; (Correction), 256
  • Omnibus--see also Motor Vehicle
  • Orcutt, H. F. L., Ground Gears, 585, 589, 618, 676
  • Osborne (Adelaide) Power Station--see Electrical Matters

P

  • PALESTINE, Hydro-electric Scheme for, 301
  • Paper Pulp Mill, 2600 H.P. Motors and 400 B.H.P. Vertical-spindle Motors for, Crompton and Co., Ltd., 95
  • Paraffin and Petrol Engines--see Engines
  • Paris--see Exhibitions
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH :
  • - Aeronautics, 130
  • - Batteries and Accumulators, 78, 177
  • - Condensers and Feed-water Heaters, 391, 655
  • - Cranes and Conveyors, 309, 364
  • - Crushing and Grinding, 363, 392, 506
  • - Dynamos and Motors, 25, 51, 78, 129, 203, 229, 255, 309, 335, 363, 391, 477, 505, 595, 709
  • - Electrical Appliances, 683
  • PATENT SPECIFICATIONS, BRITISH (cont.):
  • - Engines, Internal Combustion, 25, 77, 101, 129, 153, 203, 229, 255, 309, 335, 449, 477. 535, 625, 655, 709
  • - Furnaces, 102, 177, 229, 256, 450, 683
  • - Gas Producers, 52, 153, 363, 391, 568
  • - Lighting and Heating, 204, 477, 506
  • - Locomotives, 52, 204, 230, 535, 655
  • - Machine Tools and Shop Appliances, 130, 154, 178, 204, 256. 282, 310, 364, 392, 420, 567, 626, 684
  • - Measuring and Testing Instruments, 26, 101, 130, 177, 230, 281, 505, 683
  • - Metallurgy, 102
  • - Mining Machinery, 51, 130, 567, 683
  • - Miscellaneous, 52, 78, 102, 154, 178, 204, 230, 256, 282, 310, 336, 392, 420, 450, 478, 506, 568, 656, 684, 710
  • - Motor Cars and Road Traffic, 26, 102, 178, 364, 477, 567, 656
  • - Pumping and Blowing Machinery, 204, 391, 419, 536, 710
  • - Ships and Boats, 154, 204, 450, 536, 684
  • - Steam Generators, 25, 51, 77, 129, 153, 177, 203, 255, 309, 335, 477, 683
  • - Switchgear, 26, 153, 255, 335, 419
  • - Telegraphs and Telephones, 51, 77, 101, 203, 229, 256, 281, 309, 391, 419, 449, 505, 567, 595, 625, 655, 709
  • - Tramways and Railways, 102, 336, 449, 596, 656
  • - Transformers and Converters, 130, 177, 256, 281, 335, 363, 419, 505, 535, 625
  • - Transmission of Power, 51, 449, 505, 535, 567, 595, 655, 683, 710
  • - Turbine Machinery, 203, 281, 449, 595 Welding, 596
  • PATENTS, Foreign, 412
  • Perring, W. G. A., Factors Affecting the Resistance of Ships in Waves, 686
  • Personal and Business Announcements, 26, 52, 78, 102, 130, 154, 178, 204, 230, 253, 279, 307. 364, 392, 417, 447, 475, 500, 536, 568, 596, 626, 653, 681, 710
  • Petrol Locomotive for an Oil Refinery, Drewry Car Company, 10
  • Photometers--see British Engineering Standards : Specifications
  • Pile-driving Plant, British Steel Pile-driving Company, Ltd., 636
  • Pipe Cleaning Apparatus, "Powrcleer," W. and J. Glossop, 676
  • Pipe Line Construction for Compressed Air Transmission, 261, 268
  • Pipe Line--see also Drac Romanche
  • Pipe Pusher, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 643
  • Pipe Wrench, Thurley Grip-All Company, 294--see also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • Plain v. Roller Bearings for Tramcars, 701
  • Planing Machines--see Machine Tools
  • Pliers for Making Hose Joints, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 636
  • Ploughing Engine, Petrol, McLaren's, 643
  • Pope, Sir William J., Faraday as a Chemist, 162, 195
  • Porosity, 436
  • Portland Cement, Specification, 386
  • Poultney, E. C., Two Remarkable Locomotives 371, 378, 439 ; (Letter), 439
  • Projectors for Illuminating Niagara Falls, 124
  • Propulseur Trompe--see Aeronautics
  • PUBLIC WORKS, ROADS AND TRANSPORT CONGRESS AND EXHIBITION (1925) :
  • - 500, 540, 577, 582, 586, 606, 616, 635, 675--See also Exhibitions, and for Exhibits see Various Headings
  • - Gas Lighting :
  • -- Public Lighting by Gas, Automatic Systems, Charles S. Shapley, 607
  • -- Valuation of Gas Undertakings for Rating Purposes, George Evetts, 607
  • - Highways :
  • -- Public Utility Services Under Highways, G. P. Warner Terry, 606
  • -- Trench Openings in Highways, Roland Fletcher, 606
  • - Use of Tar in the Construction of Roadways, Thomas Glover and Arthur E. Collins, 607
  • - Housing : A Brief Review of Some Modern Methods of House Construction, Percy Morris, 608
  • - Land Settlement in New Zealand, 606
  • - Regional Planning and Road Development, Herbert H. Humphries, 608
  • - Roads :
  • -- Repair of Roads Against Tramway Tracks, Francis Wood, 608
  • -- Scottish Rural Roads: A Suggested Policy, Major W. L. Gibson and Mr. George S. Barry, 608
  • - Sewage Disposal :
  • -- Papers, H. C. Whitehead, 540 J. A* Reddie, 540 ; W. H. Makepeace, 541
  • - Small Holdings, 606
  • - Strengthening Bridges :
  • -- Road Corrugation, E. L. Leeming, 607
  • -- Strengthening of Bridges C. G. Mitchell, C. S. Chettoe, 607
  • - Transport for Public Cleansing Work, Papers :
  • -- Selection of Transport for Public Cleansing Work, J. A. Priestley, 578
  • -- Uses of Electricity for Housing and Institutional Purposes, R. Hardie, 607
  • - Water Supply, Papers :
  • -- Advisory Regional Committees for Water Policy, D. I. G. Gibbon, 577
  • -- Extended Use of Rivers for Domestic Water, Sir A. Houston, 577
  • -- Financial Management and Control of Water Undertakings, F. W. Davies, 578
  • -- Protection of Underground Supplies of Water, W. B. Cleverly, 578
  • -- Regional Policy Committees, M. Ratcliffe Barnett, 577
  • -- Water Resources and Supply, A. R. Atkey, 577
  • PULVERISED Fuel for Boiler Firing in a Paper Mill, Alfred Herbert, Ltd., 292
  • PUMPS :
  • - See also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • - Dabeg Feed Pump, Vickers Ltd., 20
  • PUMPS (continued) :
  • - Deep Bore-hole Pump, Worthington-Simpson, 296, 302
  • - Fire-engine Pump, 250-300-gallon, Martin Cultivator Company, Ltd., 62
  • - Gas-operated Vacuum Pump, Bertram Joy, 462
  • - Hydro-pneumatic Pumping Plants : Continuous Hydrautomat, Intermittent Hydrautomat, Vacuum Hydrautomat, Hydrautomat, Ltd., 413
  • - Lubricating Oil Pump, Mechanical, W. Foster and Co., 644
  • - Main Engine Pumps, 616, Service Pumps and Heating Boilers of the Swedish Liner Gripsholm, 634, 640 (Two-page Supplement, December 4th, 1925)
  • - Marshall Steam Pumping Engine of 1866, 296, 302
  • - Motor-driven Pump, Boulton and Paul, 643
  • - Rees Roturbo Pumps for Drainage Plants, Rees Roturbo Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 562
  • - Stuffing-box for Centrifugal Pumps, Pulsometer Engineering Company, 386
  • - Turbine Pump, Six-stage, Tangyes Ltd., 643
  • - Turbine Pumps for Hydraulic Power Supply, Mather and Platt, Ltd., 354
  • - Wing-Rotor Pumping Unit, 193

R

  • RAIL Cars—-see Railways
  • RAILWAYS AND RAILWAY MATTERS :
  • - General:
  • -- Briggs’ Railway Collection, 108
  • -- Birkinshaw’s Malleable Iron Rails, 109; (Letter), 199
  • -- Century of Railways, 323
  • -- Diesel-electric Rail Cars in Canada, Wm. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 430, 434
  • -- Escalators on the Central London Railway, H. F. Molony, 645
  • -- International Railway Congress, 14
  • -- Main Line Railway Electrification, Sir Philip Dawson and Professor S. Parker Smith, 182, 208, 341, 423
  • -- Railway Accidents, 243
  • -- Railway Accidents, Annual Report, 376
  • -- Railway Notes, Old and New, Sir John A. F. Aspinall, 510
  • -- Railway Relics at Faverdale, 157
  • -- Railway Returns for 1924, 170
  • -- Railway Statistics for April, 1925, 73
  • -- Railway Statistics for May, 1925, 188
  • - British, Colonial and Indian :
  • -- Centenary of the Stockton and Darlington Railway, 42
  • -- Exhibits, Railway Centenary, at the Science Museum, 409
  • -- Diesel-electric Rail Cars in Canada, 430, 434
  • -- Federated Malay States Railways, Report, 240
  • -- Indian Broad-gauge Railways, Mechanical Couplers for, 694
  • -- Metropolitan Railway, Proposed New Line, 677
  • -- Southern Railway, New Electric Stock, 44
  • - Foreign Railways :
  • -- Main Line Railway Electrification :
  • -- Austria, 182, 208
  • -- France, 341
  • -- France, Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean Railway, 423
  • -- France, Midi Railway, 425
  • RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES :
  • - General:
  • -- American Locomotive Developments, 553
  • -- Automatic Control of Locomotives, 547
  • -- Centenary of the Locomotive, Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Presidential Address, 40
  • -- Compound Locomotives, 118 ; (Letters), 140, 172, 199, 210, 237, 275, 294, 317, 357, 376, 400, 429, 469, 490, 523, 545, 613, 647, 668
  • -- Germany’s Locomotive Industry, 523
  • -- Locomotive Boiler Feed System, “Dabeg” Feed Pump, Vickers Ltd., 20
  • -- Locomotive Boilers and Steam Pressures, 244; (Letters), 294, 317, 357, 401
  • -- Locomotive Coal Trials on the Southern Railway, H. Holcroft, 658
  • -- Locomotive Feed Heating, 192
  • -- Locomotive Valve Gear, Model for, Hunslet Engine Company, Ltd., 140
  • -- Narrow-gauge Express Locomotive, Davey, Paxman and Co., 70 ; (Paragraph), 115
  • -- Prosser Locomotives, 511
  • -- Steam versus Electric Locomotives, Mr. Julius Kruttschnitt’s Paper, 237 ; (Para¬graph), 349
  • -- Steam Locomotive, 641
  • -- Three-cylinder High-pressure Locomotive, H. N. Gresley, 41, 46, 58, 65, 545 ; (Letters), 123, 210
  • -- Two Remarkable Locomotives, E. C. Poultney, 371, 378, 439
  • -- Delaware and Hudson Railroad, Two- cylinder Compound Engine, 371, 378
  • -- Lima Locomotive Works Eight-coupled Locomotive Al, 439 ; (Letter), 613
  • - British, Colonial and Indian :
  • -- British Steam Railway Locomotive from 1825 to 1924, E. L. Ahrons, 2, 28, 54, 80, 104, 132, 156, 180, 206, 232, 258, 284, 312, 338, 366, 394, 422, 452, 480, 508, 538, 570, 598, 628; (Letters), 36, 88, 123, 140, 172, 173, 198, 199, 210, 237, 275, 294, 317, 357, 376, 400, 429, 469, 470, 580, 668 ; (Erratum), 481
  • -- Period 1870-1875 (continued), 2, 28
  • -- Period 1876-1881, 28, 54, 80
  • -- Period 1882-1889: Compound Locomotives, 156, 180, 206, 232 ; Non-com - pound Locomotives, 258, 284, 312
  • -- Period 1890-1900, 338, 366, 394, 422, 452
  • -- Period 1901-1914, 480, 508, 538, 570
  • -- Period 1914-1924, 598, 628
  • -- Articulated, Steep Gradient and Miscellaneous Locomotives, 452
  • -- Details, 422, 628
  • -- Engines for Ireland and Overseas, 1870- 1879, 132
  • -- Locomotive Tenders, 628
  • RAILWAY LOCOMOTIVES (continued):
  • - British, Colonial and Indian (continued):
  • -- Tank Engines, Principal, British Railways, 1901-1914, 538
  • -- Train Resistances and Locomotive Performances. 1855 to 1879, 104
  • -- Two-cylinder High-pressure Engines, 1890- 1900, 366
  • -- For Locomotives Illustrated see Illustrated Index, Subjects
  • - Engine Built by George Stephenson and Nicholas Wood in 1822, 42
  • -- Number of Locomotives, 71
  • -- Southern Railway, Express Locomotives, 329
  • -- Stephenson's "Locomotion" Drawing Replica of Original Train, 42
  • - Foreign :
  • -- Austrian Electric Locomotives, 183, 185
  • -- France : Paris - Orleans Electric Locomotives, 343, 425 ; Midi Railway, Electric Locomotives, 426
  • -- Pacific Railway of Colombia, Eight-coupled Locomotive, 224
  • RATIONAL Calorific Values, 380
  • Raven, Sir Vincent L., Australia and New Zealand, 466
  • Reavell, William, on Young Engineers and the Future, 320 ; (Letters), 357, 376, 470
  • Rectifiers--see Electrical Matters
  • Refrigerating Machinery for the Upwey Grange, Motor Ship, J. and E. Hall, Ltd., 678
  • Reinforcement-placing Machine, J. W. Liversedge, 637
  • Research, Utilisation of, 168
  • Reservoir--see Water Supply
  • Resistance of Ships--see Ships
  • Ribble--see Electrical Matters
  • Richardson, James, Marine Diesel Engines, 549
  • Riveted Joints, Tests of, 650
  • Road Congress--see International
  • Roads--see also Public Works Congress
  • Road-making in China, 693
  • Road Roller, 3-Ton "Clearside" Tandem Petrol, Robey and Co., Ltd., 582, 588
  • Road Roller, 9-Ton, "Universal," Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 617
  • Road Rollers, "Advance," with Scarifying Attachment, Wallis and Steevens, Ltd., 636
  • Road Rollers, Steam, Aveling and Porter, Ltd., 637
  • Road Rollers, Steam, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 636
  • "Road Toaster," Roadways Equipment, Ltd., 638
  • Roadless Traction, Philip Johnson, 324
  • Roller, 9-Ton Road, "Universal" Type, Marshall, Sons and Co., Ltd., 60
  • Roller, 10-Ton Steam, John Fowler and Co. (Leeds), Ltd., 637
  • Rollers, Motor, Quick Reverse, Barford and Perkins, Ltd., 587
  • Rolling Mill, High-speed Cold, 688
  • Rotoscope, A. J. Ashdown, 272
  • Royal Agricultural Society's Show at Chester, 34, 60
  • Rudders--see Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • Rugby--see Wireless, also Electrical Matters

S

  • SAND and Oil Trap, W. E. Farrer, Ltd., 587
  • Savage, H. D., Water-cooled Furnace Walls, 121
  • Scapa Flow--see Ships, Naval Matters
  • Schneider Hydro - mechanical Transmission Gear, Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works, 86, 90
  • Schofield, Alfred, Modern Ports, 325
  • Scholarships, Whitworth, Awards, 303
  • Science and Engineering, Dr. M. I. Pupin, 19
  • Science Scholarships at Imperial College of Science and Technology, 164
  • Scientific Basis of Industry, Francis H. Carr, 644
  • Scientific and Industrial Research Report, Summary of Advisory Council's Remarks, 436
  • Scottish Shale Industry, Edwin M. Baily, 471
  • Searchlights--see Projectors
  • Sennar Dam--see Dam
  • Separators--see Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • Sewage Disposal, Various Papers on, H. C. Whitehead, 540 ; J. A. Reddie, 540 ; W. H. Makepeace, 541
  • Sewage Plant--see Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING :
  • - General:
  • -- Conditions in the Shipbuilding Industry, 435, 443
  • -- Demarcation and Hours in Shipyards, 435, 443
  • -- Engines, Marine--see Engines ; also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • -- Factors Affecting the Resistance of Ships in Waves, W. G. A. Perring, 686
  • -- Fifty Years' Evolution in Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Sir Archibald Denny, 219, 221
  • -- Frictional Resistance of Ships, G. S. Baker, 207
  • -- Future of the Motor Ship, Lord Inverforth, 470
  • -- High Efficiency Steam Installations for Ship Propulsion, Stanley S. Cook, 270
  • -- Lloyd's Register Book, 44
  • -- Lloyd's Register Quarter's Shipbuilding, 70, 414
  • -- Lloyd's Register of Shipping, Annual Report, 497
  • -- Lloyd's Wreck Statistics for 1924, 222
  • -- Marine Electrical and Other Devices--see Separate Section, Olympia Engineering Exhibition
  • -- Measured Mile Trials, F. T. Edgecombe, 548
  • -- Plight of the Shipbuilding Industry, 191
  • -- Reduction Gears for French Flotilla Leaders, Power Plant Company, Ltd., 499
  • -- Rudders and Steering--see Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • -- Safety Precautions for Oil-engined Boats, 340
  • -- Scantling Developments in Iron and Steel Merchant Ships, J. Foster King, 235
  • -- Shipbuilding Position, Sir Eustace H. Tennyson d'Eyncourt, 426
  • SHIPS AND SHIPBUILDING (continued):
  • - General (continued):
  • -- Shipbuilding, Engineering and Machinery Exhibition—-see Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition.
  • -- Shipyard Agreement, A, 697
  • -- Some Shipbuilding Conditions, 408
  • -- Value of the Experiment Tank, Edwin R. Mumford, 235
  • - British Navy:
  • -- H.M.S. Emerald, 580
  • -- H.M.S. Nelson, Launch of, 266
  • -- Navy and the Nation, 521
  • -- New Battleships, 218 ; (Letter), 294
  • - Naval Matters :
  • -- French Naval Renaissance, 407 ; (Letter), 647
  • -- Future of the Battle-cruiser, 671
  • -- Naval Engineer Officers, 646
  • -- “Solid Smokeless Fuel,” Conference, 530
  • -- Naval Engineers, 641
  • -- Naval Programme, 117
  • -- “Nelsons” of the Navy, 351
  • -- Problem of the Submarine, 583
  • -- Royal Dockyards, 167
  • -- Scapa Flow Salvage Operations, 248
  • -- Status of Naval Engineers, 585 ; (Letter), 613
  • -- Technical Training for Naval Constructors, Engineer Vice-Admiral Sir Robert Dixon, 286
  • -- Warships of the Future, 269
  • - Foreign Navies :
  • -- German Light Cruiser Emden, 549
  • - Mercantile and Miscellaneous Vessels :
  • -- British Petrol, Motor Tanker, Swan, Hunter and Wigham Richardson, 355
  • -- Coastal Motor Boat for Sweden, J. I. Thorny- croft and Co., Ltd., 320
  • -- Italian Motor Liner, Large, 10
  • -- Lloyd Sabaudo Liner Conte Biancamano, Wm. Beardmore and Co., Ltd., 496, 517, 520, 542
  • -- Motor Cargo Ship Primero, Burmeister and Wain, 293
  • -- Motor Refrigeration Ship Upwey Grange, Fairfield Shipbuilding and Engineering Company, Ltd., 678
  • -- Motor Ship Parkeston, 170, 190, 194
  • -- Motor Ships for the Australian Meat Trade, 33
  • -- Shallow-draught River Steamer Fushun, J. I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 275
  • -- Swedish-American Motor Liner Gripsholm, Sir W. G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd., 579, 614, 634, 640 (Two-page Supplement, December 4th, 1925)
  • SHOWS—see Exhibitions
  • Simmonds, O. E., Flying Boat Design, 287
  • Situation in China, 300
  • Sixty Years Ago, 15, 33, 71, 97, 114, 149, 163, 193, 214, 245, 277, 303, 317, 357, 373, 409, 432, 462, 499, 518, 546, 588, 612, 642, 673, 702
  • Smithfield—see Exhibitions
  • Smith-Rose, Dr. R. L., Wireless Wave Prob¬lems, 287
  • Societies—see Associations
  • SOUTH AFRICAN ENGINEERING NOTES :
  • - 20, 71, 97, 125, 149, 173, 198, 225, 251, 305, 357, 442, 472, 562, 638, 705
  • - Air Service Next Year, 357
  • - Baldwin Locomotives for South Africa, 71
  • - Big Gold Mines, 71
  • - Big Railway Orders, 225
  • - Building Steel Lighters, 357
  • - Congo Copper, 472
  • - Deep Gold Mining, Village Deep Shaft Down to 6754ft., 71
  • - Durban Docks, Equipping, 357
  • - Durban's Electric Plant, 705
  • - Durban's Electrical Output, 472
  • - Durban's New Power Plant, 21
  • - Electricity Controversy, 562
  • - Founding of the Rand, 563
  • - Gold Mining Dividends, 173
  • - Gould Automatic Couplers, 149
  • - Important Plant Addition, 705
  • - Industrial Production, 705
  • - Lake Arthur Dam, 125
  • - Limit of Deep Mining, 562
  • - Locomotive Boiler Explodes, 705
  • - Locomotive Propaganda, 472
  • - Mine Ventilating Fan, 442
  • - Mineral Output of the Union, 638
  • - Mining Tender Rejected, 149
  • - Natal's Coal Trade, 149
  • - New Dredger for East London, 125
  • - Platinum Discoveries, 251
  • - Platinum Mines Reaching Production Stage, 305
  • - Power Plants, New, for S.A., 97
  • - Powerful New Tug, 305
  • - Prince and S.A. Enterprises, 225
  • - Prince of Wales' Tour, 305
  • - Printing Press, Huge, 225
  • - Production of Pig Iron, 562
  • - Quick Despatch, 357
  • - Railway Progress Since Union, 125
  • - Railways, Proposed New, 225
  • - Reclaiming the Kalahari, 472
  • - Record Maize Loading, 472
  • - Record Run on Narrow-gauge Line, 442
  • - Reduced Gold Value, 173
  • - Rhodesia Railways, 97
  • - Rhodesian Railway Development, 357
  • - Rhodesia's Mining Figures, 20
  • - Sinking, A Record, 149
  • - S.A. Gold Mines in 1924, 638
  • - S.A. Railways' Coal Earnings, 173
  • - S.A.R. Steamships, 562
  • - Steel Lighters, New, 638
  • - Steel Pipe Contract for the Continent, 225 ; (Correction), 237
  • - Steel Works in South Africa, 97
  • - Tablet Holders for Fast Trains, 71
  • - Twenty-nine Foreign Locomotives, 44 2
  • - Union Air Mail Terminated, 97
  • - Union Coal Production, 705
  • - Union Exports Motor Cars, 472
  • - Union Mineral Output in 1925, 71
  • - Union Railway Traffic, 562
  • - Union Railway Workshops, 198
  • - Union Rolling Stock, 305
  • - U.S.A. Locomotives in South Africa, 198
  • - Victoria Falls Power Company's System, 251
  • - White Labour Losing Ground in South Africa, 20
  • SOUTHAMPTON Docks--see also Electrical Matters
  • Southampton Docks, Quay Walls of, F. E. Wentworth-Sheilds, 236
  • Southwell, R. V., Progress in Aeronautics, 325
  • Specialisation, 14
  • Specifications--see British Engineering Standards--also Patent
  • Standardisation of Crane Essentials, Edward G. Fiegehen, 600
  • Standardisation--see also British Engineering Standards
  • Steam Condensation, andc.--see also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • Steam Engines--see Engines
  • Steam Generating Sets, 25-Kilowatt, at Littleton Pumping Station, Ashworth and Parker, 471
  • Steam versus Electric Locomotives, Julius Kruttschnitt, 237
  • Steam Turbine and Condenser Test Codes, 401
  • Steel--see Iron
  • Stereo-Photo-Grammetric Surveying, Bernard J. Woodruff, 454, 481, 515
  • Stream-line--see Filter
  • Strength, 144
  • Stresses in Boilers, 611
  • Stromeyer, C. E., Experiments on Strains in Boilers, 649
  • Study of Failures, 298
  • Stump Puller, Trewhella Bros., 643
  • Submarines--see Ships
  • Sudan Government Railways, "Prairie" Type Locomotives, 246, 247 (Two-page Supplement, September 4th, 1925)
  • Supercharging, 39; (Letter), 171
  • Supervisory Control--see Electrical Matters
  • Surveying, Instruments for--see Stereo
  • Sweepers, Motor, Lacre Motor Car Company, Ltd., 588

T

  • TECHNICAL Education, 325
  • Technical Societies, Papers at, G. S. Baker, 67
  • Technical Training--see also Ships, Naval Matters
  • Telegraph Factory in 1875, Present-day Cable Testing Department, Johnson and Phillips, 43
  • TEXTILE MACHINERY AT MANCHESTER:
  • - Artificial Silk Spinning Machine, Power- driven Kneading Machine, Artificial Silk Reeling Machine, Dobson and Barlow, Ltd., 411
  • - Bearings, Ball and Roller, for Textile Machinery, Self-aligning Bearing, Hoffman Manufacturing Company, Ltd., 411
  • -- Frictionless Shaft Bearings, Skefko Ball Bearing Company, Ltd., 411
  • -- Journal Thrust Bearings, Ransome and Maries Bearing Company, Ltd., 411
  • TEXTILE MACHINERY AT MANCHESTER (continued):
  • - Bobbin Cleaner, Roving, The "Termaco," Terrell Machine Company, 375
  • - Carding Engines, Automatic Feeding Machine for, William Tatham, Ltd., 375
  • - Counting Devices for Textile Machinery, Markt and Co. (London), Ltd., 411
  • - Looms : Wide Sheeting Loom, Towel Loom, Automatic Box Loom, British Northrop Loom Company, 411, 412
  • - Loom, Dr. Carver, Carver Textile Patents, Ltd., 374
  • - Loom, The Souczek, with Shuttle-operating Mechanism, Zandov Ironworks Company, 375
  • - Nasmith Combing Machine, John Hetherington and Sons, Ltd., 411
  • - Ring Spinning Frame, Electric-driven, C.S.L. Flexible Roller, Platt Bros., Ltd., 410, 411
  • - Sectional Superheater, Bolton's Superheater and Pipe Works, Ltd., 410
  • - Swiss Artificial Silk Power Loom and Warping Machine, Benninger, 412
  • - Textile Mills, Electric-driven, Laminated Gears for, Bed-plate with Special Motor, Ball Bearings, Sleeve-bearing Motor, Laminated Gears, Ltd., 410
  • - Winding Machinery for Textile Mills, Highspeed Pirn Winder, Metal Swift, Silk Bobbin Winder, Joseph Stubbs, Ltd., 410
  • THERMIONIC Valve Problems, Professor E. V. Appleton, 271
  • Thomas, H. Kerr, The Automobile Engineer, 372
  • Tin Mining, Development of, 293
  • Tractor, "Fordson," Reavell and Co., Ltd., 636
  • Tractor, Steam, with Three-speed Gear, Fodens, Ltd., 618
  • Tractor, Steam, and Two-wheeled Trailer, Tasker, W., and Sons, 643
  • Tractors--see Motor Tractors--also Motor Vehicles
  • Trailer, Self-loading and Tipping, International Harvester Company, Ltd., 35, 36
  • Training of Engineers, 493, 494
  • Tramways, Glasgow, Annual Report, 33
  • Tranmere Dock, Construction of the New Entrance, Percy W. Bertlin, 550
  • Transport Problems, Lieut.-Colonel H. T. Tudsbery, 324
  • Transporter, 12-Ton Electric, at Middlesbrough, Cowans, Sheldon and Co., Ltd., 350, 358
  • Trucks, Turbines--see also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • "Tructractor," Millars' Machinery Company Ltd., 635
  • Tudsbery, Lieut.-Colonel H. T., Transport Problems, 324
  • Turbine, 680-1000 B.H.P. High-pressure Steam, and 1500 H.P. Geared Turbine for Textile Mills, Metropdlitan-Vickers, Ltd., 374, 375
  • Turbines and Generators at Muscle Shoals, 8, 9, 12, 29, 38, 68, 82
  • Turbines, High-pressure and Low-pressure, for Lloyd Sabaudo Liner Conte Biancomano, 496, 517, 520, 542
  • Turbines, Hydraulic, for New Zealand, 223
  • Turbines, Steam, for Mill Rope Driving, Rope Driving Pulley, andc., W. H. Allen, Sons and Co., Ltd., 374
  • Turbo-generator, 20,000-Kilowatt, for Bradford, English Electric Company and C. A. Parsons, 547

U

  • UNEMPLOYMENT--see Labour
  • Utilisation of Research, 168

V

  • VALVE Gear, Locomotive--see Railway Locomotives
  • Valve, Reducing, for Vacuum Automatic Brake, Gresham and Craven, Ltd., 645
  • Vibration Caused by Traffic, W. P. Digby, 356

W

  • WAGON, Gravity Type Tipping, Lacre Motor Car Company, Ltd., 582, 588
  • Wagon, Pig, Steam-driven Six-wheeled, Sentinel Waggon Works, Ltd., 35
  • Wagon, Steam, Win. Foster and Co., Ltd., 676
  • Wagon, Steam, with Four-wheel Brakes, Clayton Wagons, Ltd., 643
  • Wagon, Steam, R. Garrett and Sons, 644
  • Wagon, Three-way Tipping Steam, Robey and Co., Ltd., 582, 588
  • Wagons--see also Motor Vehicles
  • Waste in Engineering, T. R. Wilton, 498
  • Water-cooled Furnace Walls, H. D. Savage, 121
  • WATER SUPPLY :
  • - See also Public Works Congress
  • - Durban Water Supply, 701
  • - London Water, 352
  • - Metropolitan Water Board Report, 490
  • - Reservoir, 8-Million-Gallon Covered Service, at Bushey Heath, Colne Valley Water Company, 456, 464
  • - Rugby, New Storage Reservoir, 561
  • WATT'S Workshop at Heathfield and Facsimile at South Kensington, 114
  • Welding, Arc--see Electrical Matters
  • Wauchope, H., Southampton Docks Electrical Supply, 270
  • Wentworth-Sheilds, F. E., Quay Walls of Southampton Docks, 236
  • Wilson Dam at Muscle Shoals on the Tennessee River, 8, 9, 12, 29, 38, 68, 82
  • Wilton, T. R., Waste in Engineering, 498
  • Windlass, 60 B.H.P. Motor, for Cable Ploughing, J. and H. McLaren, Ltd., 60
  • Windmill Plant, Electrical, Young, Osmond and Young, Ltd., 60
  • Wing-Rotor, Engineer-Captain Sigurd J. Savonius, 193
  • Wireless Exhibition--see Exhibitions
  • WIRELESS TELEGRAPHY AND TELEPHONY:
  • - See also Separate Section, Olympia Exhibition
  • - Accumulator, An Improved, Tungstone Accumulator Company, 647
  • - Daventry, High-power Wireless Station at, 110,116
  • - Exhibits, Wireless, at the Royal Albert Hall, 302
  • - Exhibits, Wireless, at the Royal Horticultural Hall, 409
  • - Inductances for the Rugby Wireless Station, W. T. Henley's Telegraph Works Company, Ltd., 500--and see below, Rugby
  • - Interference with Broadcast Reception by Oscillating Receivers, 210
  • - Marine Wireless Apparatus, Major Binyon, 524
  • - Rugby Wireless Station, 82 (Two-page Supplement, July 24th, 1925)--see also Electrical Matters
  • - Super-heterodyne Receivers, A. E. Bowyer- Lowe, 646
  • - Wireless Beam, 274
  • - Wireless Telegraphy, Professor E. V. Appleton, 271
  • - Wireless Wave Problems, Dr. R. L. Smith- Rose, 287
  • WOODALL, Sir Corbet, The Late, Memorial to, 88
  • Woodruff, Bernard J., Stereo-Photo-Gram - metric Surveying, 454, 481, 515
  • Woodworking Tools, A. Ransome and Co., Ltd., 304
  • Words, 297
  • Works, New, John I. Thornycroft and Co., Ltd., 549
  • World Power Conference, 1926, 702
  • Wrecks--see Ships
  • Wrench, Pipe, Thurley Grip-All Company, 294, 555

Y

  • YOUNG Engineers and the Future, William Reavell, 320 ; (Letters), 357, 376, 470

Z

  • ZINC, Papers on--see Institute of Metals

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