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The Engineer 1926/09/10

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Contents, p 279

Main Subjects

  • A Seven-Day Journal, p 265
    • Unemployment Grants
    • A Huge Suspension Bridge
    • Industrial Casualities
    • Motor Fuel Progress
    • An Industrial Conditions Delegation
    • Smoke Abatement
    • Foreign Naval Contracts
    • The Coal Dispute
    • Germany's Industrial Position
    • The Motor Ship Wulsty Castle
  • British Patents, p 293 - p 294 (Illustrated)
    • Corso Carbonara (Italy) - Regulation of Fuel Supply to Multi-cylinder Engines.
    • BTH and A. A. Pollock - Improvements in and relating to Dynamo-electric Machines.
    • BTH and H. Dreghorn - Improvements in and relating to Dynamo-electric Machines.
    • BTH and H. W. H. Warren - Improvements in and relating to electric batteries.
    • Lucien Levy (France) - Improvements in or relating to Directive Aerials.
    • Callenders Cable and Construction Co and Alfred Edgar Wilson - Improvements in Jointing Sleeves or Ferrules for Electric Cables.
    • J. Gell - Lathe Tools.
    • A. Brebner - Non-dazzle Headlights.
    • G. de Bethune (Belguim) - Rotary Furnaces.
    • H. Hitchon - Separating Oil from Water.
    • F. W. Le Tall - Improvements in or relating to Protective Devices for High-frequency Electric Signalling Systems and the like.
  • Comparison of Static and Dynamic Tensile and Notched-Bar Tests, p 275 - p 276 (Illustrated)
    • Introduction
    • Energy for the Breaking of a Test Piece
    • Relation between the Statical and Dynamical Tests
    • Repeated Impact Test
  • Editorial, p 279 - p 280
    • The Shenandoah Disaster
    • French Naval Progress
  • French Engineering Notes, p 293
    • Advancing Wages
    • Tunnelling the Vosges
    • The Rhine-Rhone Canal
    • Sailing Ships
    • Stainless Steel Patents
  • Iron and Steel Institute, (No. II), p 269 - p 270
  • Modern Metallurgy and Ancient Industries, p 287 - p 288

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