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The Engineer 1923/08/24

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  • Contents, p 203.

Main Subjects

  • 10,000 Ampere, 525 Volt, 3-Phase Oil Circuit Breaker, p 200. (Illustrated).
  • 30in. High-speed Drilling, Tapping and Studding Machine, p 210. (Illustrated).
  • American Engineering News, p 210.
    • A 50-Ton Dockyard Crane for the United States Army.
    • Booster Engine on Locomotive Tenders.
    • Geared Locomotives.
    • Cast Iron and Steel Railway Wheels.
    • Motor-Driven Plate Mill.
    • Coal Shipping Plant.
  • A Seven-Day Journal, p 191.
  • Australian Engineering Notes, p 199.
  • Kite Balloons and Airships in Naval Warfare, by Captain P. H. Sumner, p 194.
  • Port Improvements in Chile, p 208.
  • Portable Plant for Charging Electric Batteries, Hesco, p 209. (Illustrated).
  • Small Inventions, p 199.

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