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The Engineer 1923/08/31

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  • Contents, p 229.

Main Subjects

  • Agricultural Implements in India, p 236.
  • American Engineering News, p 237.
    • Six-Mile Railway Tunnel.
    • Double-Deck Concrete Arch Bridge.
    • Standardising American Construction Machinery.
    • Twelve-Hour Day at American Steel Works.
  • A Seven-Day Journal, p 217.
    • Picking Up Mails in a Flight - Royal Air Force.
    • Engineers on Motor Ships.
    • H.M.A.S. Australia.
    • Gliders at Vauville.
    • Another French Aeroplane Disaster.
    • A Hundred Years Too Late - Newton, Chambers and Co.
    • Smokeless Fuel Experiments in Glasgow.
    • French State Railway Control.
    • Successful Salvage Work.
    • Converting US Steamers to Motor Ships.
    • The Boilermakers' Dispute - Boilermakers' Society.
  • Clydebridge Steel Works, (No. I), p 218 - p 220, and p 228. (Illustrated).
  • Editorial, p 229 - p 230.
    • Automatic Coupling for Railway Wagons.
    • Marine Engineers and Oil Engine Certificates.
  • Electricity in Mines, (No. VI), p 234 - p 235. (Illustrated).
  • Letters to the Editor, p 223.
  • Lifeboat Flooding Experiments, p 223.
  • Machines for Cross-Cutting and Rounding Timber, p 236.
  • Motor Trials in Russia, p 237.
  • Obituary, p 230.
  • Short Histories of Famous Firms, Sharp, Stewart and Co, Originally of Manchester, Later of Glasgow, (No II), p 231 - p 232. (Illustrated).
  • The Combined Use of Steam for Power and Other Purposes, by Telford Petrie, p 220 - p 222.

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