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The Engineer 1911/01/13

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  • Contents, p 43.

Main Subjects

  • Alloy Atherium, p 50.
  • An Ocean-Going Oil Ship - (No. II), p 33.
  • Editorial, p 43.
    • The Reformation of Boiler Engineering.
    • Marine Oil Engine.
    • Electric Tramway Developments.
    • Submarine Life-Saving Appliances.
  • Engineering in America in 1910 - (No. I), p 45.
  • French Railways, p 32.
  • German Royal Laboratory at Gross-Lichterfelde, p 47.
  • Patent Journal, p 55.
  • Progress of Engineering in South and Central America - (no. XXVI), p 31.

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