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The Engineer 1931/08/28

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Main Subjects

  • Alexander Power Development Scheme in Ontario. Illustrated. p.214
  • British Patent Specifications p.233
  • Current Prices for Metals and Fuels p.232
  • Editorial p.223
  • French Engineering Notes p.233
  • Geophysics - Part V. Illustrated. p.213
  • Launches and Trial Trips p.234
  • National Smoke Abatement Society p.220
  • Obituaries
    • None
  • Oil-Electric Railway Motor Car. p.220
  • Provincial Letters p.229
  • Railway and Road Matters p.221
  • Rand Water Board - Annual Report - p.224
  • Relation Between Pure and Applied Electrical Theory. p.220
  • Seven-Day Journal p.211
    • The Salford Electricity Undertaking
    • The Brimsdown Extra High-Pressure Alternator
    • Oil-Electric Traction for Railways
    • The Late Mr. James Adamson
    • Improvements at King's Cross
    • Costs in the Shipbuilding Industry
    • The Schneider Trophy
    • The British Exhibitor
    • Salving the P. and O. Liner Egypt
  • Sixty Years Ago p.217
  • South African Engineering Notes. p.228

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