British Industrial History
The Engineer 1923/01/26
From Graces Guide
1923 January 26th PDF
- 5-Ton Coke and Iron Transporter, p 94 and p 98 - p 99. (Illustrated).
- A Separating Barge for Oily Ballast Water, p 91 - p 92. (Illustrated).
- A Seven-Day Journal, p 89.
- An Innovation in Meter Reading, p 91.
- Australian Engineering Notes, p 99 - p 100.
- Cobalt Steels for Permanent Magnets, by J. Ferdinand Kayser, Part (II), p 83 - p 84.
- Editorial, p 95 - p 96.
- Research on Cutting Tools - Mr Dempster-Smith.
- Cast Iron.
- Electrical Research, p 88.
- Great Northern Railway - Three-Cylinder "Pacific" Type Passenger Engine, p 90, p 92 and after p 100. (Illustrated).
- Indicators, Micro-Indicator for High-Speed Engines, by W. G. Collins before the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, p 100 - p 102. (Illustrated).
- Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Dr Hele-Shaw, President in the Chair, p 87 - p 88.
- Lloyd's Register Annual Summary, p 97.
- Machine Tools for Locomotive Work, by Mr C. D. Andrew, p 96 - p 97.
- Obituary, p 96.
- The Engineer in the Chemical Factory, p 84 - p 85.
- The Ruston-Hornsby Motor Gear, p 91.
- Traffic Problems in Buenos Aires, p 99.
- Twenty Years of Diesel Engine Building, by Eng-Lieut-Commander L. J. Le Mesurier, p 85 - p 87.
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