British Industrial History
The Engineer 1903/06/26
From Graces Guide
1903 June 26th PDF
- Calculation of the Weight of Casting with the aid of the Planimeter, p 659.
- Chemical Congress, No. 2, p 637.
- Editorial, p 651.
- The Apprentiship System.
- The Value of Research.
- Metroplitan Railways.
- Sheffield and Chicago.
- Electricity at Niagara Falls, p 646, p 647 and p 650.. (Illustrated)
- Engineering Standards Committee, Committees and their Chairmen listed, p 653.
- High Speed Brass, p 658. (Illustrated)
- Institution of Civil Engineers, Engineering Conference, Guilford Lindsey Molesworth, President, p 640.
- Organisation and Administration of an American Railway, by Lieutenant-Colonel Yorke.
- Relative Advantages if Overhead, Deep Level and Shallow Subway Lines, for the Accommodation of Urban Railway Traffic, by S. B. Cottrell.
- The Use of Petrol Motors for Locomotion, by M. Edouard Sauvage.
- Apprenticeship in Engineering Training, by Professor John Dewar Cormack.
- Screw Shafts by John List.
- Drilled v Punched Rivet Holes in the Hulls of Ships, by A. F. Yarrow.
- Smoke Abatement, by G. T. Beilby.
- Transmission and Distribution by Single Phase Alternating Current, by E. W. Monkhouse.
- Institution of Naval Architects, President the Earl of Glasgow on Harland and Wolff and Workman, Clark and Co, p 656.
- Launches and Trial Trips, p 660.
- SS Harald, built by William Gray and Co.
- SS Caln MacLeod, built by Furness, Withy and Co, Engines by Richardsons, Westgarth and Co.
- Isle of Lewis, built by Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Co,Engines by North Eastern Marine Engineering Co.
- SS Swanley, built by David and W. Henderson and Co.
- SS Guido, built by Craig, Taylor and Co, Engines by North Eastern Marine Engineering Co.
- SS Knutsford, built by Robert Stephenson and Co, Engines by Richardsons, Westgarth and Co.
- SS Greenwood, built by Blyth Shipbuilding Co, Engines by North Eastern Marine Engineering Co.
- SS Hussar, built by Tyne Iron Shipbuilding Co, Engines by North Eastern Marine Engineering Co.
- SS Freke, built by Chantier Naval Anversois Co, Engines by North Eastern Marine Engineering Co.
- SS Harald built by Joseph L. Thompson and Sons, Engines by George Clark.
- Letters to the Editor, p 657.
- Milling Machine Feeds, John Tangye of Manchester.
- International Congress of Hygiene at Brussels, September 1903, Herman Alfred Roechling.
- The Mosely Commission, B. E. Young.
- Portland Cement in Ireland' Charles Spackman.
- Steam Jacket Research, Henry Davey.
- Indian Railways.
- The Conservation of Energy.
- Heavy Guns and Boilers.
- Drilling Machines at Yarrow Works, William Asquith, F. O'Rourke.
- Gas Engine Plant, Crossley Brothers, D. H. Irwin.
- Oil for Keeping Down Dust, Glengarnock Chemical Co.
- Mars Vertical Displacement Air Pump, Thomas and Marsland, p 638 and p 639.
- Royal Show, p 654. (Illustrated)
- Prize Winner: Goold, Shapley and Muir, Thomas and Son.
- Exhibitors: Robey and Co, Marshall, Sons and Co, Ruston, Proctor and Co, James B. Petter and Sons, Richard Hornsby and Sons, Blackstone and Co,National Gas Engine Co, Campbell Gas Engine Co, Brown and May, Newton Electrical Works, R. L. Capell, Forward Engineering Co, R. Cundall and Sons, John Scott, Walter A. Wood Mowing and Reaping Co, Ivel Agricultural Motors, Daniel Albone, William Foster and Co, Sargeant and Co, Thomas Robinson and Son, H. P. Vacher, J. and F. Howard.
- Royal Society's Conversazione, p 653.
- The Civil Engineer's Career Limited, p 659.
Sources of Information