British Industrial History
The Engineer 1913/09/19
From Graces Guide
1913 September 19th PDF
- A Semi-Fireproof Railway Carriage, p 305 - 306.
- A Consideration of British Express Locomotive Design, No III, by E. A. Johnston, p 295 - 296.
- British Association (Concluded from p 286), Address to the Engineering Section by Professor Gisbert Kapp - President of the Section, p 317 - 318.
- British Association, No I, p 300 - 303.
- Editorial, p 309.
- Railway Accidents and The Public.
- Control of The Clyde.
- Railway Labour Problems.
- The Science of Metals.
- International Electro-Technical Commission, Dr E. Budde, Presided. p 306.
- Launches and Trial Trips, p 322.
- Letters to The Editor, p 314.
- Mercury Vapour Lamp and Plant Growth, p 311.
- New Generations for Diesel Engines, p 312 - 313.
- New Portable Hand Pump, p 316.
- Progress of Engineering in the East, No XIX, Shanghai Municipal Electric Works, p 300.
- Second Report to the Corrosion Committee of the Institute of Metals, by Guy D. Bengough and Richard M. Jones, p 313 - 314.
- The Compressive Strength of Concrete and Stone, p 296 - 297.
- The Giovi Line and Chiappella Station, No IV, p 297 - 300. (Illustrated).
- The Supply of Coke Oven Gas to Municipalities, p 303.
- Twin Scherzer Bridges at Dublin, p 304 - 305 and p 308. (Illustrated).
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